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13111nasuun RVlgitY INETMESD+ 7 ` '24I.O!ZING,
AT MONTROOI3, StISQ'A Co PA.I ET
HAW LEY '& •C R USE R '
spaoits & PRornETQltsy ,
At Two D liers per Year , in Advntee
tie an adver
tieinff medium is unsurpasied in this' section. It
reachee the Farmer, Mechanic, and business man. Its
circulation le constantly increasing: and its`advertising
rates reasonable. Rates will be given at our °Mee or
by -nlAil. Advertising contracts pni-ablo quarterly.
01.1 PitINTING:—Our office is*upplied wAlt four'
vr i et iog preseet, together with a large variety of
bortito. taticy inks, eto., wi i th which we are prepared
to do work in the best style and at pricoa lower than
an; competitors in any section. Samples shown and
estimates cheerfully - given at our oMpe, Work order
ed by iAait willreceivo prompt attentfou.
t, B. If AWLEY. . • - ' Wi C. CRUSEB.
. ND BLAKESLEE,'
toreeysat Law,34•sntrose, Pa: Office oppoalit
the Tathell !louse.
r I. LO TT, ATTORNEYATLAW,
1' • Mootrosie, Pa. Office on Pnblic Ave second
door above IVAISICRAT Office, , . ,
a a trose, March UM; •
neys at Law dud Solicitorii tnßansrrptcy. Ommce
Ito. 49 Court Street, oriel . City , National Bank; Billf„r
-borriton, . WidScovlnt.,
Jane 18th,1SIS ,Jnuoitz 74Bwrr.r.
- - -
E DGAR A. TURRELL,
COUNSELLOR AT Leff, • ,
No. 170 Broadway, Now York City
May 12, "15.-if Feb .11, 1874.-iy)
AV M. CROSSMON,ATTORNEY
V at t aw. Ofilee over the First 'Nation
Bank. Montrese,Pa. W.A. arSISIiON.
Montrose. April 19; 1876.-4.; -
W' D. LUSK, Afinoney and Coun
. sailor at ,Law, Montrosei. Fa. pence .on
• 31ontrose, , Dec. 18,18741. •
T B. it. MOO LIAM, . AT
-0 • toroeyeatLaw. Office over W. H. - Cooper Br.
CO'S link, 31011tr050, I'a.. May 10, 1571.--ti"
O'NEILL, • ATTORNEY AT
• Lavi. Office over - lit. A. tyoies"ging Store,
Brick Block.. Montrose, Pa. [ J.titte 9,
WARREN & SON, ATTORNEYS
y y at-Law; rack Pay Claims a Speciioy. Office
tlrtdoor eloctpoyd's Store, MontrOae.Pa.
W. SEARLE,. 'ATT6RNE . Y ''.AT
• Lavi, office' over the Store of 11.: - Viiianer,
intheßrick Blockjitontrose Pa,: L.Amg4.:",69.1
W McCATJSLAND, D. Phy
v v • SICIAN AND SURGEON, llentrose; Pa.
laving lqeated permanently in Montrose. l °get' ray
professional services to ail persons whO desire skillful
and teientifle treatment. -,
Office, Dr. Thayer's old stand. - •
Residence. Dan Coon's brown house„ unfit' Mr. I:
Drinker's residence. Calls by day or niglit, In. town
or country, promptly a ttended.: •- •
Skillful treatment and moCerate charkee.
Montrose, June 20,1877. '1 - • 25-411
D R. W.I. RICIIARDSON,
cian and Sutton, tenders hieproressinnals er
vices to the citizens of Montreseand vicinity. , Qffice
tit his rcsiderce, on the corner east of .the Foun
dry. • . tAttg - .1, 1869.
E. SIN YDER D HOMEO-
* *,f , •
phthic Physician and Sureen, haaPERIKA
NENTLY LOCATED in - New, Milford, PAL: at.
the 'Calm Hotel. , , • , -
S. POTTER,' DENTIST, WISHES
" ..1. to inform the people of 'Montrose and Vicinity,
that he is permanently located', in the second story of B.
P. Stamp's new building; oppoeite Cooper's Bank. All
kinds of Dental Work done in the best manner. , .
N. B.—Nitrous Oxide, Laughing Gass, given for the
.ainless extraction of teeth.
Montreee, April stb, 1.876.—tf
R. W. W. SMITH DENTIST.--
.1--f Room at his dwelling, next door north of Dr.
Halsey's, on 'Old Foundry. 'street, where he would be
happy to see all tho'se in want of Dental 'Work. fie
feels eon fident that be can plesse all, both irt quality of
work and in price. Oillcebours from 9 A. 3t.tO 4 P.as.
31ontrose.Feh.11,1874—tf • \
A. LYON; SIIdOESSOR - . TO,
431.• Abel Tithell, dealer' in.;'Dnagi, :Medicines,
Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs. 'Tess, spices,.
Fancy Goods,Jewelry,Perititnery, hbe. : _•,
lloutrose,May 19.1875.: •
EAGLE DRUG STORE IS THE
piac. to get Drugs and .litedcinei, Cigars, To
bacco. Pipes , Pocket-Books, Bpectales, Yankee No
tions. &,P.,. Iltick Block , 'A-'B: B - URNS•
Ido_ntrose, Pa ~../day 'sth, 1875.
\TALLEY H.O USE • GREAT BEND
Pa. Situated near tfie Erie Railway Depot.—
lE. a Lirge ands commodinns house. Has 'undergone
thorough repair. Newly funds - lied rooms and'
mt-nts.splen tables,anciall things compiler
is 4 a fast class hotel., • HENRY ACIXERT,
s 1 873.-t ' • Pronrietbr:
VXCIIINGE JIOTEL. M.- 3.
riugtun wishes to inform the pnblic that havin g•
rented the Exchange Hotel ,in - Montrose; 3ie3B now
pr4..pare4 to liedommodate the` traveling pnblie in
first-slut;t•Ftyle. . 7 -
C; SUTT-QN, :
AucTIO4.st.BER : -
' Feb. 7 . , 1877. tiioC6ttirt,,Pit.
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Aff;' , th " 0 let: =-
Jtiae, 14 1574.
VIL - 4
infi 3N:U ;I;er, ta.S.,utyrg,llito
Etgii> e omptl tlteetragLne.2BO—Zyother
April 25 ,1,57.7.-8 m ,
j s O. WHE4TOR,
CIVILERGINF,Ett tatA SURVETO3,
P. O. address, Franklin Forks,
• 8 usgtiellanna 00., Pa.
UIQK, Job LPl:intiog
CHEAP, - - '—‘""'-- at itr
NICE. - i 1 b . "4011163. tl-4:
A LkMN - MVP BLANKS mem
.„ MAT THIS (NEM
, • •
A -.W. 0, OOLEY,- BUILDER,
-CAA' _ STILL ON , TILE TRACK I •
EverY'etyle of buildings erected, -and everything
furnished, at-GREATLY REDUC4D PIIICES4 Contracts
cheerfully . fuirtished. Stpir building a specialty. - None
but`expenenced 'workmen tolerated. jan.20, 1 75.
Montrose, March 22,1876.-3yl •
vti..BURIIITT, DIIAL.EIt IN STA 4
!I pie and Fancy - Dry, Goods, Crockery, Hard
re. Iron, Stoves, Drugs. Oile, ,and Paints; Boots
a dShoce, Hats and Ceps,,Fare,.Bnilalo Koine,
,cories,Provisions, 86c.. ' '
New litzliord.,Pa.,Nov 6, , Il2—tt. i - • -1
WA. TA.YLOR 11:4eafter Hanish
- TY to the people of. Montrose and
vicinity, haw, Baked or Clam Soup . Alio, Ice Cream
on hand at all times. Dining rooms over E. C. Bacon's
store, south Main Street. _
Jana°, ISTI. W. A.
R IvIEAJ ' MARKET,
M ° pn i bi T ic2ve S n E Avenue.. First-Class meats Minya, on
hand at reasonable , prices. Sausage; poultry; &e:, in
season. The patronage of the public is respectfully so
licited. WALLACE HEWITT.
Montrose. Jan. I,
W B. DEANS", -DEALER •IN
Y • Books, Stationery, Wall PaPer, Newipa
pers, Pocket Cutlery, Stereoscopic 'Views, Yankee
Notions; etc. Next door to the Post Office, Montrose,
Pa. .2 . -,W. B. DEANS-
Sept._Bo, 1874. • .
BiLLIN G STROUD, FIRE , AND
' Life Insurance Agent. All bitstness attended to
proniptly. on fair terms. Office first door east of the
bank of Wm. H. Cooper it Co., Montrose, Pa t
JAIL 1, 1871. ' ' BILLYNGS STROUD.
-ROVES, - FASHIONABLE
X , I Tailor, Montrose, Pa. Shop over °Muffler's
Store. All orders tilled In first-olass style. Cutting
done to order on short notice, and warranted to lit.
Montrose, June 80,'75. - -
T. 'PURDY. MANUFACTURER
•.a. of wagons of all kinds: Also makesa specialty
of wbod work for sale. •Repairs . promptly attended to,
Uses only best sttick, and aims to make only first-class.
work.," • , • (april 26;1876. • •
LUISO KNOLL ISTIAVINq AND
hair Dressing. "Shop in Searle's "new bnildinn'i
below Express Ofhee, where he .will be fonndready
to attend all who may want anything in hisline.
Montrose Pa. Oct. 18, 1869.
WEW MILFORD MACHINE SHOP.
a.lAll kinds of machinery made, or furnished to or.
der,; Repairing promptly attended to.' '
• - J'ULTUS sulwrz.
New Millord,May 11,1616.-I.y. -
TEFFERSON GRIFFIS I DEALER IN
tfi Hardware, Iron, Honseiarnisting Goods,
Groceries and Provjsions, ood, Stone, Jappaned and
Pressed Tin Ware, ac., Svc. 4 march 15 - , '76. '
kJ.AMPLE SAFES.-LFAIMEL:I4 &. CO.
% (Herring's patent) eonetantly en hand:
~ BEL RAGS STROUD.:
Montrose, Feb. 23,1872-1 y •
:N.: CABINET, 'OD
y eh* Manufaeturerp. routni •Mainstrept;
Mcintrine, Pa. ' , tang ;•• 1. 869 4
wat. ooPitiA )to,
GENERAL tANEZENG BUSINESS DONE
COLLECTIONS. MADE ON. ALL•
POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACCOUN
TED FOR AS HERETOFORE.
Domestic and Fpreign Exchange for sale
United States and other Bonds bought
and sold. Cuipons and City, and
County Bank Checks cashed.
OCEAN' SYMMER :PASSAGE, TICS
ETB TO AND FROM EUROPE.
INTEREST ALLOWED orb special time
_ Deposi,ts, as per agrkement..
In the future, as in the past,. , we shall endeav
or tutransa.ct' all, money 4usincss= to the satin
faction of otir patrons and correspondents. ,
1 WM. COOPIP.II. - id; CO. •
Mol trose March 10 '77 --tf Bankers .
FIRST NATIONAL .BANX
' . 0.01*, : c.ip,*T4..;_;'. -- .';,4*; 41 ) ,- ,
~', . .X4.3Elleicrit
Tp thar, .n.evr and coinmodiouslx. Building on
Traitsaci;3 . *o-busiiiesp of
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p,, t. : -... 4pßo, PA1LLL'7?.; ,...,,-",:::. -:
211.4piri)se,:-garahi2s;lBl 6 ... r:-: _:' -1-: :: * i . .. : -
N.°TE THIB • `
• , We ,are doing all kinds of
iop:" . p r ni:N,Ti'lip
' as GOOD STYLE, axd at
LOVMR , PRICES :THAN .
.. . .
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...].:;:.-.'...,,'.-1iiiiii , 0119...4i4e4: . :::: , :;.-:- ..::.
,thrAtb,,w3D -—4 l ift MIT AT AZT'S" COST—
..KONTI-I.Q-$1% , 5.-.TA.:iI:4: - V:LIT:-.1q —. .).:8.7.7 .
THE - RETURN.P7q.:,*E942.?D,-.-':.,IN
The rumor that the nwpahers of the
Louisiaa Returning ,Board . have beep
indicted - in the 'State Courts for perjury
and misfeasance in theAspbarge of their,
dties as canvassers; vote'. for elec
tors of president and Iripe President,lip3
been alterritt* affirmed ' , and denied for
several daSliOliui is noW 'verified:
Natnrally the fatit or tes a good, deal of
consternation at Washington, as_ well as
in New Orleans, =and there-_ is sa forOid
able movement to PreventthesenOtorions
knaves - from,:receiving' the 'punishment
they : richly merit and'4liich Will'aSinred
ly follow their conviction. That Wells
and kis, associates are - guilty of perjury
and forgery no sane observer of the
events of the ,- last sit ~months has a
rasonahle douht, and it isniortifying to
read that men 14 , h in autho i rity
iug,l4 an effort to stifle investigation and
shield the culprits from the; penalty of
their crimes. We are nfiwllmg to be•
lieNe the statement - blazenli made in the
.New. York_.. ; _ Tribune that bargai4
tween Stanley Matthews somebody
else protects tbe Returning POsit against
criminal prosicution for notorious folonY;
and , that the Cabinet "bait aerionsly.aon - -:,.
sidered whether: there. is ,nsit:Asome may.
which Federal authority - *may. be inter-
posed: to prevent the trial. the re-
cognition of .. poyernor hicholla has pre.;,
dinated upOn . the understanding that-the
crime of Wells and his fellows should , be
condoned; thee , people -cannot • too, aol3n
know hew, when and by . Whom. such ati
infamods' - agreement was made. ; Who
exacted the pledge ? Who giveit? , ,WhO
has profited by ? All concerned there!
in , are as 'guilty as' the perjurers 'and
forgers who robbed - I.lolliSitilloy °V her
We cannot. -believe
such agreenier4 was, ni4d.e;butrif made
it wilrnever be:Carried ciut.,
`lf the people"-of Lonisiani , 'oarinot go
to- law for the redress of their, wrongs;
their plight is pitiable iiidied:2-
Anderson, . Cazeriaie Kenner' Fare =
still the legally constituted '; Board. of
Canvassers of the State,' invested With..
authority delegated to 'no s.
Other 'Set of
'men in the #nited States, and the Blec-_
torsi Commission decided. , _ that their ac:
_fraudulent, cannot be rec
tified by legislative authority. They have
notoriously perverted the voice . ,of; the `
people as expressed at the polls, and , may,
do so again unless estopped by,the courts.
The aggrieved : State not only has - the
right but it 'is her - duty to make an ex- ;
ample' of the . guilty parties, thereby`pre
venting • repetition of the wrong and,,
; showing that i , the . authority and majesty:,
of. the people eannot . be defied with imr . .'
But whether "the - 'acused are a .
guilty or not, the notoriety of the-offence;
and the prevailing belief in, their guilt
.tnade a presentment •by the Grand -Jury ,
. fiecessity. • ;Failare. too
mike that presentment would have been
criminal ,neglect of duty; whatever ~ the
political considerations .-involved., , ' The
wishes of President , . _Hayes and... the,
pledges of Governor-Nieholli iii 'refer:
enee to the Matter are entitled:to:fio con-f
sideration,' , The -law„,haii been violated` - ;,
let the facts be fully ascertained ,andlhO ,
guilty.-be brought to punishmen t.j It' is
given out that' - Wells and Anderson' ire_
going to. Washington to beg protiption
and appeal to thecountri. TheirPrayere
and appeals will avail :,,them 'nothing:
The rottenness of their official character
is well known,, and, nobody net already'
involved in: their crimes', - either' directly :
or indirectly, will dare raise his ,voice, in
:.their behalf.=s It is to be hoped that the :
Louisiana court will do its duty fearleis
ly, let the consequencei be, what' they
may. It is of . the firet .importance that
the,true inwardness .of , the 'transactions
orthat Returning Board shall be brought
tolight for the L vindication.- of the truth
' of history and
~for the protection of . otii
tihe'eopiltzi.::oi: - :itouieiarta,sem - iticlinea.
to ','go` bo.ind'.:th .: Reor#itit 'l3.4iirV.
tiiiil::ore - I) . uri.ch . lot them . ii . tt;iiiitk pie:l3lo*
stick: of ' A.:: te,Ozt.-.' 6 6 / 2 1 1 :00: 1 0 - ',:.' :I . 9lierit)zi
the gilitoii.li.:::.. - :: :, - -',-_, - ,•..:i.:,,,'_ 1 , - .:.,::-,:.. : - .-::.- - i•,
- - -,:cincinuatti. 18 paying t 4,000 a day for
ita Cincinnati eouthern - Ballroad now.'
fee.r_it, a :patitOl.ic4nt - y,jdonnibent
:defence sof :,-1117.' . - . 11.14:e4 sinking 'The
ma;igniut assaults mad'
of li s administrative policy, by,,ttip . parts'
that. nominated him and: came within a
a m pion of 2 votes-of.; :oleo tin - 0
That Stpla,:iih6;;PreSidenty tvon
the - - yelierneitt . apptohatiOn of Repub
licati '6 : S46*,a,
.=, j A4vi c e
Reto#oriottering: a;- dispOSitioni' tO life l ip'
to. his plOges, • and '.'satiety?the'patrietic s .
se n ti men t-OfOnly ',ioodfOr
;To state It.thleil.f:ithlol
~ .. • •
over *hat... is:, linstteikably. infam - ou:s
Hayes' coarse, and Ojeet all . that*truith 7
ful, eipsdient: andprtriotic. We gap-
:it' different ; - ,foOrop•
lence, fiand;andYbrolien , pledges: have
• Come so_ ingrained the _Radical policy
toiyardsllie!south;.that liberality , wisdom
and honesty marks a new depailur that
neither the' l4adeia' s Ofl, - .the - .of the
Oqty can 4ptOpiate-Oi.,l4idorstand.,
Mr gapes' Southern policy ; is sound,
patriotic and• wise, find the political
hoodlutris that hissed:and hooted an en.:
d'orsemerit Of it out of th6:Radical State
OonventiOn in merely, marked
theinselves, out -as intolerant bigots, rv=
gardless of Rape' pledges and their
party's has not moved
4pr:id:liberating the South.that ie not
sustained ; by the glittering , generalities of
the Cincinnati Platform - and-his ownt let
ter of acceptance t \ lt' Very . possible
docuinen tsWere intended to Mislead
just as fortner ones.", Giant's . phrase 'let
us have peace" for instance—viere
`ed for that purpose, and kicked -overboard
for a Policy of hate and oppression, as
soon as the election - Was over. :It is to
Mr. ,- Hayes' 'credit that 'he_ has had the
manlinesa.to stand by hit' written pledges
according to their most 'liberal interpre
tation,and'has done it "too, in' opposition
lo:the- arigrY protests : of the: - Very ;Men
who, were his `authorized; agents in, the
frau& that put him., in . the Presidential
chair. We, 'Candidly' `-think is --the
most enjOyable tid 7 bit- of Christian re
venge_ Demberats have had out Of ; thi s
;whole businew .
Theidiots of the lowa Radical Conven-
Lion 136tray'a most ma l ting' ignorance of
the 'march of- events 'in- their regolutionk.
They: j ean on the `l!resident and CongrOs
t) 'intervene in SOuthern affairs just ;as if
we' Were back - in the days *hen eaCh State
was iteatrapy under Sickles, or Terry, or
Shertnan. There is one lamentable fact
about this,' It - shows the, sort, of political
edadatiOn theYonnger ,brood of Radicals
-have been receiving =since the.war, closed.
Their intelligenee dinet'seeni . to be much
iitiyond that: the plantation negro,
Why, teeOn trolling reasOn4hat compell
ed Mr. ,g 40,, to :a , liberal Southttrn.policy
Was. ,that , hist hands ':were tied = by- the
judgitren'ta of 'the ,Siiiireme Court the
one iide;:and ~by th'. 'farther fact - that the
DemoOratie'Repreaentatives held thi.' rmy
and *ma net, trive'a 'dollar or a soldier ;
tope_ rpetuate the Southern pelloyof9-rant
rand Radicalism. 'effect: llayeei
Was virtuous 'under `compulsions As`
Noth Mg, 13howg t .T more', atron gip what z
.iottert hulk the Republican party li-Lilo-AT . -
\'Porrliptly:i : is 'bffieeod r br
and. jobbers=-=how.Skrangely hiS cut.:
foray that being organized .
against. gayes; - For; rivhat P For apcept:'
ing the inevitable for ,'giving -peace and.
prosperity, to` South:--toring oidtime*
,r,elationS li?etiveek alp sections.;
vindicating;thc rights . of the.' Stateß and
the rights of self-governtnent—and nanish 7 ,
ing the bayonet Oa , controlling;
domestic' "But was the
Dmociatic faith- it mos Tilden'spolicy"
yawp out the Radical Bourbons. True. ,
"It Will kill our party." True :again`l
but it sitiii'-inevitable
tration of. the idea -' that truth *shed -, to
Tho - - - -.ttext ;:., Re - rp.ollotiw: 00iiii,eintiok--,. 0
„. ;.. . . `.p resent
... . „_.
Pcipoyo - 04 !iii . q.: - -,.:ii.:'0tr0g0..4, , ,
ietir - 000, in litlOat t ',Oilii::y.6opp4 f;'.'7o.-04 :
ftiitiOpie.iitt,ll.**.. l Y4rit : :1t1ia.044000.
40..tedeti4ifittizi* - ; , Ni**,_lo3..t*iiie:'o
011440*-OW - tiii'l)ittiV , .'-'?:! , i - ': - _t 4.';."---
P-MWS - A,:RD - .. RUSSIAN&
• In. respect to, ::sobriety and ,cleadlinest
'Private - suldiqrs Compare ,
Rnisian soldiers. Their:- simple
consisting mainly,of water, mtitton,
and black=. ; bread s --coirespopOit of
the London Times writing fiuni Slinada,
'• 1 1
To :bein at the' base, .I-have every-
where : f6iind tlie - rank an-fie bound..
'Take yOAir sample 'wheresoever y6ti like
here, am'ong cavalry, artillery, orinfantry
and the result. is .the'satne. get
tough, , broad sh;onldered, patient lOoking
and obedient ; .Soldiers.: - They" ) have their
vices;, but, their. - especial., strength in
their perfeat sobriety. _With canip - of I .
will not say 'how. many- men btitWith
gr4t:Camp like this, UYerWhelining'thili
little town, the grog shopkeepera.are
aitnply being .ruined liecause there 40 , 129
business, and 'the streets are as quiet'as
the..city, , of, London Sunday-,after
noon. I have Seen . otherarmies, and not
one thatlhave known has,bad thnt
In. this respect; the ( correspondent 4*cies
notaell as good n Story of the .Russians
_ Thu,s4nong the liassians being tiara&
ed into the trains at Bricharestthe:othei
day',. I counted seven staggering men at
Bin the morning, and - the offiee4 ',took
no . notiorie' whatever of their 'condition.
This waif a sample;, • but unfortunately
Ttirks the qualities, of thl;absti
nenCe from ; drinking are net conclusive
as to :the fighting capac ity of We two
nations and_ races. The people of th
north of Europe are, hard drinkers, and
of the sotith =of Europe excepifonally
temperate ; but= in- the' long rub' the
northerner has " heen the most - sneaessftil
. - The' following resolution 'was introdnc
'talk the Ne 4 11.ampshire tfoite of
epresentiktives, on Tneiday, by' . ,,,Hcon.
John ran G. -Sinclair, a leading . Decratio
member , : • • • ,
That' the *acts of' thef National'
Adtainistra,tion; in - the `removal of 'United
States t . roOps and therestOration 'of Self
goVernment: the -'states - of Florida;
Louisiana and South, Carolina; atid'the
,prohibiting ' office-holders -from
holding, any connection ' with 'what is
known as the - machinery of pcilitica,
for the purpose, of controlling political
Organizations; caucuses or Convention,
and 'declaring 'that no assts*tent,' for
political -purposes,. on office holders' or
subordinates'shciuld be" . allowed, receives'
our unqualified . approval. - 1
This very. nicely ' coveri, the gron t tid
• r•• , , "
which' the Democracy indorse Mr. ages'
acts ; but the' Republicatif being in
majority in the House the resolution by
a 'party vote was sent to i dsleep, com
HA YES t LETTER.
, Mr. Hayes letter in -regard to the pros
titution- of -Federal offices - to' premcite the
political interests O,party pandidatee has
been sent,tO every Federal . officehoider iR
the United States. A Washington special.
says it-has Created • n - profOund !sensation
among the: offiCials at -- the CapiMl,- alit
embraces 'liithin .- its . : sweeping ;language
the hundreds of officers and Department
clerks who are organized into Statei Assn=
elates for the purpose , of `levying a d 'Ol 7
tedipg,atiOasmeil 4, 'and sending o every
niarftO iot'.i at inipOrtant election s. TheSe
Well, organized.. aspetatiena hat ~, , b ad.
powerful influence in the past, an 'acted
inveriablt upon the deepen° ' iil "Ptit
ittl, piti:6sl-, and . , go' - ;home 663' 17 1- 7 iiio
any nitin"WhO,:dare(:l ,resist : * ilikeere:
Monionsly ) ffhustled outs' of,.oface,
Ex4dayor OakeyK gall has 'final y sac:.
seeded in liqpi)rnpl t rig, :his pur `cise of
disappearing; entirely: from vi of a 4't - k-,.';',
coming ; one. of
. ..0e : long-. list a .mo,
who ire in the . world - ,bnt I not of lit.- .ik ,,
friend of hit; stated Monthly thit
, , family .
an 'attertilit' had beed me b ' his fnends
'to keep him in yfiCW : iiot , t.tvith a jrilidi, .
ot.. Coerroing or - interferink, with , im;11;:,
any , *ay hdt to enable - them 'iihO ld . oe.i
`casion preSent;'lo - ' teiiidei '- Min an . 4803. - . ,
tance in. their - pOWeriiii, eventof h'l:nelp:d
-ing it.:.'Sofnetj'iree weeks ago, hoW4 t er,'
be left London for.. Liverpool, andin 4lia .'
latter city,succeeded in giving hia itph--
ers'the sli , and ''all, trace of bini is tOw
"A'sphd South,7 Bap the Nes! "To&
Bienini .4>asti "in ', , the' sense 'it, wl ink,
that,phraie hasbeet used, ft not age irk,
ble or a wholesome thinß, but the ors
solid the South -and - the ' , North and
. . .. .„.:.-.. , ...., ,
w6lo:ootry cati,be :. **i4Biltiticir
40 litoad*pettiicio6 . lop**llo4,
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ur,i goFeipor:,-..Tfampt . WO" - :000iii 04.1
tori,ti*ig , *l'Or . :)44tt , olk-440(i4iis4
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