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PUBLISHEI) Evany . WEDNESDAY i t tenwrifu t
AT MONTROSS," 131.7 W Co.; PA.; ny "• •
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HAW LEY & _,C RUS ER
- - NDITORS Si PROPRIETORS, ' -
• At Two Dollars Per Year in Advance. •
TO ADVERTISERS:—Tto Dmiocaii. is an adver
tieing medium isytineurpussed in .this section: • It'
reaches the Farmer, Mechanic. and business elan. ' = Its
circulation is constantly increasing. and - its advertisir.g
n o e s reasonable. Rao _will be giYen at our officeior
by inn tt. Advertising contracts payable
JOB PRINTING: --Our Office , is supplied with four
pr i n ting pressee, together with 3 large variety of typ e , -
'borders, fancy inks. etc., With' which we are prepared
to do work in the best at* and at priens . lower than
an y c ompetitors in any section. Samples shown and
estimates cheerfully. given at our o ffi ce. Work order
ed by mail wit lreceive prOnplatittition.
3. B. - - -W. O.',,CRUSER.
iS 4C,AL.1 2 1.1:15 -331:7SXMIT=E;
ATTO,RN ETSI t
T ITTLES :AND - '.BLAKESLEB,..
torneya at Lamr,3folitTo4a,,Pa,,-- , Office ppppaite:
the Tarbell House..
' - ip,:BLettsrEs':
T 0TT, , ,.ATK.17-ORNEY. AT , LAW
•• 0 •,11.ontroc.-i'ti.-,...1 Otticer'cray,tiblii*Ave
door bOVO' Pl:ltocavr
outrose; 3isrch .28; .1576. -•
16 1 % 1 COVILL AIN DEWITT :ATI:OR- .
net's at Law and Solicitors in Bankruptcy . . 011icf.
N 0.19 Court Stfeet ~ d 4 e er ,City National Bank, Bing
tamton. N. Y.. - _ Wtit. Scovirt.,
June ieth. inl3 , JEROME DEMIST.
0111T3E1.1.011 AT LIW, •
No. IV) Broadway, New Yokk City.
.Itay '7s.—(F . eb .11. 1811,-1y)
f t O. IVARREN ; ;:AITORNEY;“
±),..• Law, Bounty, Ba•cl'ay, l'4nsioini--and
gtendt•il .0111c.p..firt•I • oot
below 13(is : d'p.4frhe; MantriLiEe.Pg.,;" [Atik"l','69.]
I\7 M. A. CROSSMON i .ATTORNEY
T , 'at Law. 0f460 ovei ZlAtton
Bank, Moritto•pe,Pa. . W. A',.Criossmox. •
Montrose, Aprill9; . •
lAT D. LlTSK:!attorney and Cour).-
I senor at Lair, .Montro:?ei - Pa.' Office on
3lontrcee, 13, 1576y1
T B.' & MoCOLLUM, 4 AT-:
• torneys at Law.. Cited, over, o W..H. Cooper • it;
do's Bank. Montroee. . "May 10 ; IS7l.—t.f
• Law. qifice ot'er M. A. Lon's Ding Store,
Brick Bloch. -211ontrof.ae, Pa. [ Jane
DW SEARLE ATTORNEY. AT
. Law, office' over the Store of M. Deanne:,
inthe Brick.Block,Montrose Pa. jAng..1,'69.1
TiR. W. RICHARDSON, PHYSl
cian and , Surgeon, tenders hi sprofessional ser
vices to thecitizens ofliontrose and vicinity. Office
at his rusiderce ,on the corner east of the Foun
dry. j.ikug'.l, 1869.
E. SA YDAR, . D.,. - ROMEO
• pathic Physician and Surgeon, 11.4aa PERMA
NENTLY LIJCATED New 3illford, Pa. effice at
the C.;nion Hotel:
Aug 23,1814.-tf •
T S. POTTER, DE NTI S TT.; WISHES
-4 • to inform the people of - Montrose and Vicinity,
that he is permanently lopated v in the Second story oi E.
P. Stamp's. new building; opposite Cooper's Bank. All
.kinds of Dental Work done in - the• best manner.
N. B.—Nitrous Oxide, Laughing dass, given for the
painleqs extract Kin of teeth. -
Montrose, April stb, ; " ;
DR. IV: W. SMITH DENTIST.—
if Rooms at his dwelling, next door north of Dr.
Betsey's, ou Old Foundry 8 trecto,diere heetvotalti be
sappy to see all those in want of Dental :NV ork.. He
feelscontideni that hathecanpleaseall;bothinijnalitiof
wink and in price. 01.11u:hours from 91._ 2d. to 4 P. X.
Montrose. Feb.ll, 1974--tf
DRITGGIS'IS.- • /
yr A. LYON, SUCCESSOR TO
luL. Abel Tur~re 1 , dcaier in Dregs. Medictnei,
Chemicals, Paints. Oils, Dye-stuffs, Teas,. Spices,
Fancy Goods. Jewelry, Peri =cry, 4C..
31ontrose, May 19,1876.
3GLE. ST ORE,. :IS, „TELE
plaCe to get Diuga and gigars,
hacco,Pipe4, Pocket-Books, Sp ectities, Vanlcee No
tions. ,tc. :Brick Block -• • - ' BURNS.'
AfontrosC.Pa.,-May 5t13,13715. •
VALLE Y .110 USE, .-GREA T 13E.,Nb,
Pa: Situated near the Erie Railway Depot.—
Is a large an a commodious b OUP e. • , Has:undergone a
thorough repair. Newly furnished rooms and sleey
lag a tist class hotel. - HENRY. ACRERT,:' .
PXCHAIti GE: .110 TE L . ..
ringtan wishes to inform thepnblic illathaving
rented the Fachlingre Hotel in Montrose, 'he is now
prepared to accommodate the traveling-, pnblic tit
. fast-class style. , . - . - •
Montrose, An di 28,1873..
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MONTROSE 31E4T • 11AitliET. 1
.. Public Avenue. ' IfTi4Stelaas nieati always on
hand at. rettisonable prices. .Sausage, Poultry. (M.. In
season, The patronage of the publfcla respectfully' so
licited. ' . • WALLACE ?LEWITT • . i .
Montroii.e, Jan 1' 18"1 '
Al C. suriToN.;
T. E it t
Feb. 7, 187 7. A V (3
G. s qLBERT S. 'IOEINSOY,'
March .q 9, 1876 .plat6P0.$q,,Pa
Jane„ 14 A:T.:Tit/NEER, Ati_lret 93 `. •
11474-y 'S'' BicioitlyxVlPa.
SU:RIYEYORS.'•;..._';- , : , •; - '.'..':• 5 . 1
I , FIS; - QIVIL AND
1 1 r: g Engineer, Vtirib' id, Va . . and Pito
nog promptly and accurately 'done. tater
CITILk , NOIITENE WI; 151:iiirrriA;
P.O. addret4;ypn,kli)l4fo,tice, ',3
Su equettanua 00., Pa.
i - ,:: ‘ .. , !,44'iw . , ,eiN4,._.
1~ CHEAP, 4Pk.
i at ,
104),E.,, _This Oftu;e
JOB' PllllVllX(i':'`of"ti**iii4 lit -: I?j,ti
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VOL 3 4-
V. COOLF;Y; EIIILDERI
• STILL ON THE TRACK!
Every style of buildip'gs,: erected; : and, ".everythiug
furnished, at GREATLY REDUCED PltIcES. Contracts
cheerfully frfrnished. - Stair ' building a npecialty. 'None
bat-experienced workmen tolerated,,, • , y• 3an.20,775.
Montrose, March .22, 1876.-3yl ' _
n ,- 131:1RRITT, , DEAtER , STA-.-ple end Fancy Dryi Goodir,'Croekein Jlard-
Wire. Iron, Stoves,,, Drugs, Oils, Paints, Boole
anctShoes, Hate and Cape, Furs; Bnitalo Robes, Gro
ceries,Provisione, Etc, , L. -
W. A; TAYLORmiII 11?:reafter.lntnish•
VT to - the people -of ; , Moitrose 'and.
vicinjty,,Raw, Baked ,or Mani Soil). :Also, Ice - Cream:
on hand Dining room§ over si. C. Bacon'
note, vonth ;Vain Street , .
-• Jan 40, 18TI, ' • - ~W . 7 A. TAYLOR..
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B • - DEANS -- ,D,EALER , IN
. Booki, Stationery, Wall . Paper, Newspa
pers, Pocket Cutlery, Stereoscopic . Views, Yankee
Notions, etc. Next door to the Post Wilco, Montrose,
Sept. 30, 1874. . z
RILLIN GS STROUD FIRE AND
a- , Life Insurance Agent. All bueiness attended to
promptly. on fair ternis. ,Olllee first door east Of the
bank of Wm, H, Cooper & Co., Montrose,. Pa. „ -
Jun.l; 1811. ' BILLDTG'i STROM).
JOHN GROVES 413
T., Tailor, Montrose, Pa.. Slop over Chandler's
Store. All brderu tiled In •first-class style. (hitting
done to order on short notice, `and warranted to At.
Montrose, June 30,95, - •
p T. 'PURDY, MANUFACIRER
.-va• • oOvagons.of all kinds. Also peelalty
of wood work formic. Repairs promptly .att ded.to.
Uses 'only best stock - , and'•ainis to make only first-claSs
work. • . [apri126,1676.1.
: outs • KNOLL SHAVING AND
haiirlressing. Shot) in Searles 'new btildlng,
; below Express Qftite,• where he will. be forted ready
'to attend all who may want anything in. his line..
1- Montrose' Pa: Oct.' 13, 1869...
EW:MILFORD MACHINE CHOP.
All kinds of maellinery made, or furnished to or
der. Repairing promptly attended to. .
• JULIUS SRULTZ.
New Milford,3lav 17,1876.-15, •
TEFFERSON GRIFFIS,DEALER fIT
UP Hardware, Iron, Nails, Honseinrnishing Good*,
Groceries and Provisions, Si clod; Stone, JappaOed and
Pressed Tin Ware, .cc:, 45tc. march 15,.'76. -
Q.AMPLE SAFES.-FARRELL & CO.
(Herring's patent) constantly en hand.
. BILLIAGS ?STROUD.,
..yontrose, Feb. 28; 1871.—1 y 4
WT W. SMITH, CABINET &IND
V._, • chair Manufacturers. lreeti;l Main street,
Montrose, Pa. [ang. 1.1869.]
g4,. - -'4, i TmoT:I. - $l - R ~4, J 8009
..-:. : ._,.. 4 01+.11:7R0A51.E, .P4... : - : '... .' _:-..,.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, DONE.
COLLECTIONS lIADE ON ALL
POINTS ,AND PROMPT LYcAOCOLTN
TEP FOR ASIIERETOFORE.
Domestic and. Foreign Exchange for sale.
.United States awl other Bonds boug,ht
and sold. _ COUpons. and City and
County Bank - Checks cashed.
OCEAN STEAMER. PASSAGE TICK
ETS TO AND FROM EUROPE.
iNVIREST ALLOWED on speciartime
....Deposits, as per agreement..
. In the future, as.in the past, we shall endea,*--
or to transact all money business to the satls
faction of our patrons and correspondents.
Win. U. COOPER & CO.,
Montrose, March 10 "75.--tf. Bankers.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CASH CA PETA.L. . :.:.:4100,000.
W•t3E, Wt. 4CO M.ID
theii new. and eoniodion# Bank Balldiaig on
in Public Avenue.
Triquiiicrts the business oL
3.(kßetlii.Nl l B FARMERS;
. , W3l TURR.ELL PRESEDENT
G. B. El.bittp,_o4i.swo..
Mon - trots% Nara •
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.We re do4.g gall kinds, 0f..-
Ne r f„
,t In as GOOD. STYLE, and
" THIS "OFFICE.
N. —.lZ,lanle,,. on hand or., r
-printea =t9 . .oraerp.•
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ST.4 s 4*±) 33"Z' TH.Fa 11,1 : 6‘.4 4 3T' .ANY O6ST-;
NQNTIOSE -- 1 3. *,-- . 4,c,' - : i 1.77,=;
THE SILVER qUE'SJIIION.r
• We are'glad. to - hear - Witii - eeS that there
is one metropelitan `journal: in the state
of,Peunsyl,vania, that 44 in eve r yet ,heeh
frightened, beleagured oiginfluenced in to
-:servile support - of flie ‘ s .bondliOlding
power of 'the' chintry'in":is':-e'ncrOaell !
me,iits upon-, the righ -of .
That naper andi'we
itgree fully with , it in saying'Ont the ail
vergfitstiOnislecoinm_ becoming prominent
every day;Land,itis gauge of
political battle in the,nearluture, and of
excited contests -.inCongrelis the . coniing
fall and winter. There': are:. a variety of
dispatches airnihg to
di€,.close !gr. Hayes? views_ and :Othera-that
lie 'll4s not yet ',formed definite couclusiont.
,sindying - up the queStion.: just
where he will land it is diticult to`. a 4
John Sherni,ni. h(TeVPri INA - pp
.through his reticence. ails., the
correspondenta , of the Ciri4innati ' Com
mercial and,' ;Chicago Trib4no with a
lengthy "authoritative statement' of his
views in his own language. The long
and short of ,this'deliyerance js that Sher
man favors : the. remonetization.of.silver
and t l he making 'it'a legal terider•to the
same extent that greenbacks 'are a legal
tender,--that is for all public and private
debts except customs dues_ nd the inter
est and principal of the national debt.
The precioui bondholders,you know,must
belaken care of• his affright to void
tt e conetict in their interest,but all wrong
to live up to it in the interest,of the peo
ple.: The administration, it is urged,
will-settle down 'on this polidy, and com
mend ita endorsement, to the,extent of
its civil service, influence,,ou the coming
State conyenti9ns. Stanley Matthews
is thus reportett,by afriendlYcoriespond-
Senator Stanley Matthews Who arrived
here last night, and whose relations„Witb
.Presic:erit give to his mews special
sign ificance, endorses - Secretaf* Sherman'S
project. He ;
says that.: the - Itepublidair,s
of .ohio will undoubtedly take grounds
in . their Coming, State Convention in
favor of coining :the old silver dollar of
412 1 - graini, and Making-it lawful money
to the same extent that the greenbacks
are noW.,. The - Democrats, ,he believes,
sill go for the unliMited
of silver, and there will - thus be a square
issue bet Ween the two parties.
. 1 :
We think Democrats will cheerfully ac
cept this "square issue,'". and throw in: a
most . decided opposition to Sherman's
scheme of forced resumption to make ,
things more .-lively. We can go to the
people with .unstiuted c,?nfidencein the
The Cincinnati Commercial, probably
the most influential Repnblican or Hayes
paper in Qhio. tells Mr. John Sherman
with reFre4hing frankness that his device
won't daiswer. These-extratts are to the
Mr. Sherman's. talk, however, makes
clear one ,thing that we have not at any
time doubted. The Secretary of the
Treasury is opposed to the restoration of
silver to itsold place in the United States
as a money metal. He thinki he has, gOt
upon a middle' ground on this 4nestion,
but he is mistaken. He must 'either fly
or swim 7 -he' cannot wade. .
'And then,' referring,to the demoneti„
zahon of silver by. the act of:1873,
A great wrong was `committed ' There.
is but one Way to redress that•wrong','and
that. is - :to: restore the relations bet Ween
silVer and gold legallY to, exactly what
they were inlB73,before the coinage was
regulated' in imitation of the British gold
system—restore the laws 'relating to, the
money standard to what they. were July 14
1870; the date . fixed . to determine the
standing-`value of the domain which the'
bonds the Secretary has been selling
are to be :paid: The silver dollar Nas'a
Standard 'coin . then. •
Sherman''is,yery :'seriously mistak
the ,temper of the,'people this'
question. The dernan th at • they ti - iake r
r and it admits 'of evasions
or' expedients. The 'toilfs . must 'be befOre
resumption - the -- ;very coins that '*ere
Standard *alheJtily 144870.''The.coina
is 'which" the hot ds 'ire to 'be'Paid , EntiSt
be the coin specified` hi the-act `of inter='
pretation 'of March . 14; ' -Tkii specie
bizsis upe4 . ' ate "resume iniosthClhe,
specie bast heprii:lve sitspend
ed. - _ ;
This' hita'the nail .onithe head .
miiet'ie the specie:.
fPrel Wei BPBP4tified. i ? a coin
.pia-goldverj,-.24 bonds mark
'; ' •
, • -
the word, used,ln , the„, , law, as the quality
of l carapensatiiin,—and-inlcoin they must;
could;:'wonld, 'shottlit'ind will'' ire aids
At" leasi sivik.we tliinll rs't6 temper Of - , the
Ameriean people - anti,' these 'l.lre not the
times Jbat it . . is prudent. for; the bond=
holdera totrifle - ivith' this -temper , bf
just 'and - illegal .demands. Talk of •
podustton It o the bondholders :clan= 7
_ _ bdhlders, 4
(irons for gold, .apprtotat ed. _ in: value by
the -demonetization;silver,: that want
to 'repudiate WhY
se -geld is worth 'iliniit'eiiht*Per - een
more than silver, 'OO. that they,may*ef,
sieafi 5t,,4.1.6i Tor that
amount of. boods,or-oon.pogs, a .thougand
and eighly.dollars...: It will add over' one
htindied'and sixty .. millions of
the tilitlonhl debt • a . ll l ee offei•ini; tip
the,•knieriOiLP people. t-'9. P. /.93P9verl:
Eta b,onditQltleks of -Ealppe and the 11.1140
States. To state the'ease is to denounte
TOO 4 I UCTI FOR STANLEY.
With, the ; aid of Gail Hamilton, 'Mr.
Blaine is - pore than - a, match tor Mr.
Stanhy Matthews Who seems - to have no
controversial female, relative to,,talie his
part: It_is said - repeatedly that„:l3laine
intends to throW- down the gage of bat
tie to'Sqnley_Mathewi when the Senate
meets 4n. the Southern policy :of Mr.
Hayes. ,As.the originator of that policy
Stanley Matthews will - :be. boundAo lake
it up, The foildwing from , the last let
ter of Gail:Hamilton in the Trthune may
be regarded in thevfight of a prehMinary
declaration of hostilities:
"There seems to have entered since
the 4th - of March a new element in our
policy, indeterminate but incessant; in- 7
tangible but übiquitoitS,' ineffective yet
--,-what seemed his head, the likeness , of
a,kingly crown had '-'otri and men called
it Stanlef:MattheWEl; When phe-
_eyes in, c!,'•rural
districts I.(seetned no bigger than t it man's
hand ;wrestling his „cdtigressional
from 3:tr. : Bannine,and liestling.in mod.
est corners of the reform. - neivsnityers, as
Airs..llayee.'_ ;brother jqeph's , wife's bus
band , but ) the,, .eaStern, genii un
sealed from-their,bottle, it loomed up:as
we gazed and - strode- forth - over' , the
virole . Country. - Oiti govertittient which
had hitherto existed in 'three:depart
ments speedilY took on: a sort of fouith
estate and diyided 'itself into the4egie
lative, the executive; the judicial, and
Stanley- Mattheivs. 1 There rwas an
angry bilzz in ' South Carolina; . 'Stanley
Matthews. had been -Poking his stick into
the nest. ,There was a, scratching be.;
hind-flie s arras in .Louisiana:; Stanley
,* - enscattering 'ratsbane
and stigar.' (len. .
found: his,way _'the Senate 4weetly
but securely hedged`; up with 'roses
Stanley Matthewe head popped up ;on
the Senate side of '-the hedge. ,The
SOuthern:Demodiata . sat sucking their
thumbs, in suspiciOns silence,
Northern...brethren.: . were curYeling over
theiri desks to count out'= thei electors!
_ _ •
vots, and to I Atinley Matlhews
distribniiiig contingent nuts 'and candy
in sealed cans. There : was and a
hitch in the approaching extrai session
of• Congress; !.Stanlej , "Matthews was'
tugging at thehiakes; this
tle XiiiproVe Eaeb :Shining
Hour, ;till 44,411mArink nation , : eame , ip
put him in• the same relation to ;the
,Safan'.,te bear to'., the -Almighty, - '"%O
equal in or , buttn4ing
for it by an eternal activity . ." - - ; As Stan
rey Ilitthews had: never been.incorpotat
e'cl into the-constattakiN ane
antiqUity of common some peOple
began to grow`„restive. DispotiStn.
terapered , by aisikesinatjoi• may.be l tv,ppii
enough,form , ,of , goyernment for %his
,bitt, ipatij , '':Atierio4n - ‘cittgehi'Alemnirel:
at forsakingthi c o
:tampered. - w i. biy stanley,natthewo.".,%.:,l
*thQt 5. , ,,P4.0rY§;-P4tlrch, -1 4Fet
Aayla t F B or Re3r:-.41 , 1).11op.
I.,kine;fiti - doThe a 01017:work th`erie , and `at
- - 7 0 11 iir',Titk,,,9 r f'00, 4 40*?
y e 7;
i.'ini , !• ,. 3 - -]1N01'.,25
GOV:, ILO? TRAIN Fr-IoN z gg, ..q,7 . -
Mr. george Mired To*ilsenilOn IV t
lig ,te 14,O)noinnati.
.; ~ . ; . . is ' - • : ,_, , i, .
ths te tit' Ovation given to. Vice Presi
_dent elect Tornio . A.
R ,.._- en d P 014 7- a
Manhattan - Club,' radii Iliat Govemot
llattratift of Pebbaylvtibia iittelided
at the Chili :ahring the preoediminiter
noon anti atigage&impleasiMit7eonierea
tiori With - his 'pemocrOu; motet:quinine&
Mt.- '.Cownseia quotes fhe 'Governbr as
saying` that tthe: Pennsylvania Republi
can politician - ''called '''Hayes' - '2P - OleY a
failure, but he (the Governor) thought
that thepeople.like -,it aid -,that , the
more it was examined-the moreitthenal
, - , ~..,.. :,. i : , , - .
i t lookeit" :Aceording . .. ,to Mr_ Town sea d
Gov." Hartranft aumenneekl .Hopie rather
novel if 'n*,: : pq - B . 4iveiy l , startling, , yiews.
He is reported . -to `kaye , 'said that. ifit', the
close of fthe 'war- ther?: , :wohla fickire been
_• — •
an emigration., of s rebel,- public men to
the North and. nr , --Northern ' officers and
SO/ 4.1 iers ' I b I,ll 4 e%.Sontff. ''' - : ThoSe`,',64lfeller.
ates wb01',.4.1 4 ,,..A0me - , r. lM:ntli , ;•hatb done
much better ,than. those who „stayed at
home," :Of y, course ~ the - GoVernork be.
I ieves that:: Nartheinr, ' mien ' :',who ; - .went
South at the close;of :the :viliri have done
better than-tliose-who - ostayed - at home,"
but Mr, 'To wn SeliaQ does ' 'Mit ' , .iidoit him
as sayin gi id. - `Tlie - rfartianft, jAart would
have been a
.sort -of ,=ristial carpet-bug
gery and would probably have worked
better than -the' attempt Of theliWithein
poloticians to govern bath sections.- But
it would probably have turned out badly
for the "wards, of the nation," the ffeed-,
men. In all probability some newfoiln,
of servitude would by this time have
been invented hy the T keen and practical
Yttikees ' who - under ! Gov. Ilartrarift's
plan would have' occupied,Ahe Southern'
land, and w'.e would in that ease hive
been obliged to settle the slavery question
over again. Furthermore we are inform ! ,
ed by Mr. Townsend that the Governor'
declared that "it manifestly would not do .
to. collect -local taxer, in. the Southern
States by the bayonet,.: which was so bail
an example that every:-Itortherrt com
monwealth would feel the injury ;" ant
againk3hat in_many respects the preient
stagnation was, doing good among the
habits of the people. .., We are producing
almost everything • cheaper than :any
nation in -the w• • -.and he (the 'Govt
ernor) looked to : eVival of good - iiniee f
in America thro , • the opening of inn
merce: to cheap: •ed ' production." If
such: views from Republican- - governor
are riot new and strange there remains
nothing to be, astonithed7: at undeio-thii
8 Ilrl, 1
hePhiladelphia,Zidger notes 6:e fidt
upon which , the 'people . May congratulate'
theraselvei3; that ' the gi7eat SpectilatiOn 'fi t .
bread-stuffs;, which, recently 'paused . auoli
rapid' advances . in priees,, overreact.
. .. . .
itself. ~ There has , lately , been a stewly
decline, and ynder th e influence of favOr= ,
able crop - Ireports nowt, c oming'
frowthe'grain-groiing districts, C4'e. de.,
cline promises. ,to continue. There is : no
reason:why, Americans should permit the
war between Turkey and Itussia to iiiilict
on consumers hereabouts two or three
dollar's: inore for a bushel ,of \wheat ;,., and
the sneculators who caused : these utiivar, , ,
,advances are . `• now. paying" the, •
penalty in losses Cansed. by
, the dEclinq.
Prides advanced at a mile greater-rati
in the Atlantic ports than as warranted
by the 'European market,, and there was.
'not the 'correzponding advance.at San
Prancitc . Hence,.the Californians, fin d .
ing tl could. undei:sell the AtlaniiC
market' Or European' export, began :t. ,
avail Ihernselves ofthe,ooportunity,
the - San - Francisco whet market, whiCh,
hattbeen`almost dormant, . Sprang into;
sudden activity week: before last, with
large' engagements : for 'shipment to . Eti.,
,rope. It is equate possible that the die
covery of this may have ' accelerated the'
decline in wheat and fionrhere, b4,what
eyer May,have been the, cause, it is none
the lea true that 'there is a steady,diiwri.: .
,ward tendiney iniire4stuff prices eyery-
7 . The Brad ford #epublican is 'printing,
'some interesting stati s tics on:',the suAleot,
'or' opee.:hciicling viii:,•.,tht
,0r.,u11,14 y,, l' : We
learif,not- only., that Mr 4• Ooodrieh: has
just begun his third term as Surie7Otof •
;the - Port` :of Pliilidtlipliiii 'biit'' (hat lila
;partner i lii the offlOo. of ' the!Bk•atifora, R4-',
Pork'', ,14tiy 4 1 v 44) 1 01 tic'g;n P 6 stn4ii4t2en
10r , ,sixteen , years, =, an d ;., basjust. beetiap;
pointed-for four mbre...:• . H-Tbese tu+tibffieers'
'aleni - givi thetttbriitlii*ir'the iiiiiisti*
of one, T htip,dreq. l 24no. Oi!en t 411c/itirid'
I;loift;ii, hisides teniflousiitid dollars mid
!Mr.'GoOd.rieh alai? reeisived'tliirt - t•thbii...,
sand laoltirs'lluritii'it - Sik ifelra',s6l4,i4 , :it*
‘ ' "i 1 666AI:it : yr - ' , Tbiti - illustriotielltriet`
~... • , . , . , ~
_Oki' 'well' ' 'Bll. tit): fed' i z
'also . ' Cide'iS''illePutv-',.lif' ika:Slo4/:40111 .
',4:411 - 0 'lV,±l 3 liilidelOita .. .11th'it.- iiitary!forr,*
tivettif,ilii' hundred &Akre,- a ii o; „, ;A :
'ani:lther'iifii clerk liiilie;offiiie j. tir iiii - 'Ai.
'sisetiiit VOited: 0t a teil' - Treistire t eiliej*'
Viiii'''./?o,fibli?on - '6,Sittinatetc tiiiP - ,tifv.Or4" l ,,
'aiio, ibis ' SroOd riches • 'Witt ' atdie tlitif:;oot '
::tiiiii bitifdooniti3' -ritiire 'or tiffs - MI '3' 3 :ti. -0 . ,
thousand Aollpre for Oeii''Eis '' ft ...---
ibi iiiiibi of ' thiOi. ailiitite, -. Tall: 7 i I ,
ifiiiiiiolitiiitifreitietotiWy na - * !'.' ':' -4.