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THE REPUB ICI
JUDSON HOLCOMB. r o *incirro .
CHi3. L. TRACY,
JrDsos zrozcp Editor.
" &atonable lazes honestevenditures. com
petent officers, and no stealing." Harper
Sir Catered la tke Post Ogles at Tairaada as
%CMS'S CUSS NATTER.
THURSDAY, NOV 17. 1881
VIELEBSON Of i'AVE:TOTE
• . INPENIVSYLE:4I944.?
That Pennsylvania is' sabtanidally
and reliably Republiean by a very
decided - majority on a fall and fair
rote with an acceptable ticket, is
beyond question. What then is the
lesson to be drawn from the result
of the late contest where General
Bally, the nominee of the party for
the only State office 'voted lor, is
only elected by a plurality of 7,002,
with a majority of the popular vote•
against him by over 40,000? Mr.
Wolfe, a self-uomfnated Inciedendent
Republican candidate who did not is
any manner represent the true Inde
pendents of the State, receives over
50,000 votes. Of his vote 35,000 at
learit, were Republican. Had thv
15,000 Dimosrate who voted for him
mkt their' vote for Mr. Noble, the ist
teriwould have been elected by 8,000
majority. It is only through Demo.
=tic votes cast \for Welk) that Baily
revived a' plurality \ over Nohl,-.
The result teaches that it is a danger
ous experiment to' nominate candi
dates at the - personal dictation of
party leaders who are not acceptable
to all elements of the party, and
that the rank and file of the party
will Rot stand a repetition of such it
tyranical nag of machine power over
. Boss Quay announces himself
since the° election, as a politica re
former; and has expressed .hirns..l
favorably to the nomination o
t Grow and Caven as the 'next norui
nees for Governor and Lieutenan
We have a distinct3reCollection
that Cameron, QuAy &Co., were for
Grow for G ivernor when Hilt was
nominated, and for Grow far United
States Senator when Mitchell was
elected, and; for Davies for State
Treasurer when Bally was nominated.
That is, they were for them until
the machine had secretly perfected
machinations to defeat
and, then they were thrust aide and
asked contemptnossly: "what are you
. to do about it? No, Mr.
Quay, wait until the Republicans of
the State ask your advice. Until
you know that these gentlemen are
ready to be fooled by.you ani your
machine.. Wait until you know
that the Republicans of the Old
Wilmot District would support
Mr. Grow. Yours is the song of
the political Siren, tolall,into secu
rity while you entice us upon the
rocks and breakers of political chi
,dash us to pieces by
machine power enforced by the help
of Democratic counties in our State
Conventions. You and your ma
+r chine, was ostensibly for Davies,
~but inwardly his deadly enemy, be
.cause he refused to be bound by
king caucus on U. S. Senatoi.
Our last ponnty. Convention gave
due notice of where .the Republicans
.1 Bradford stand on the lineation of
the establishment of a pontificate in
Pennsylvania politics by the passage
- unanirseusly of the following resole
4 .t?ilesol.v.d. That we approve the
action of our Senator and hepresen
tatives in the last Legislature; their
•cindependent action relative to the
ielectiun of United States-Senator was
I , , c demanded by an outspoken pro
) non:iced sentiment of their constit
*faits, and in acting with respect to
that sentiment they but performed
a recognized t publie duty."
Here is where,. Bradford stands,
and where she will stand. She will
rebuke the bosses in spite of all , the
appeals that may be 'inade, when
ever the opportunity presents itselt,
as she ha, done in the recent elec
tion. No amount of persuasion
could prevent the result which gave
Mr. Bally a majority of but 1,418
while the leading candidates on our
Repnblican county ticket had a ma
jority of nearly 3.000. This is siguifi
cant, and Cameron - Quay & Co.,
_ will understand its import. While
Republicans, for the sake of man
tabling the orpnizate:on intact were
, earnestly appealed Ao support,. Mr.
Bally, the appeal Was vain. ' The
good sense and self !expect of the;
intelligent Republicans of Bradforti
cannot be outraged by the bosses - -
- with impunity. No more boss rule,
no more unit rule for us. There
must be respect for the popular
rights of the:Party masses. Then
and not tillAten will there be bar
., mony. Bradkord is as true to Re
publicanism as the'needle is to the
pole, butahe cannot. be spat upon
with impunity by party bnsses.
Representative McKee believes
that 31r. Grow bargained with Cam•
eron to withdraw !rote; the contest
for the Senatorialship upon the
proniise that heshonld be ,;the next
nominee for Governor. The Jude
pendenta_refused 'to 'ratify the bar=
gains, which was to make BEaver
Senator, and - rem.c.ve him from tge
gubernatorial contest, and out :o1
Grow's way. How was this Mr.
The result of the recent' elections
demonstrate that the Republican
party is attached firmly to its princi
dies, while the Democrats are dis
tracted, indifferent, and hopelessly
ORGANS AND aizArons.
Fror the Ames, before ebietion.
Wolfe rather has the bulge on Edi
tor Smith of The Pr en, The editor
is on the stump making, ' eloquent
speeches for Bally and criticising
Wolfe for bolting against the besses
this particular year instead of some
other year. Wolfe . f. lows Sthith, and
Answers his ,spseches by reading a ser
ies of editorials from The Pres pro
t&iting against tll° machine nomination
of Batty, and • predicting a general
smash if the bosses didn't listen to
the editor. These editoriallmake a
brilliant speech :for Wolfe. and fully
vindicate his Independent revolution. .
The whole Wolfe story is told in
the editorials of the now Baily organ
and'the Wolfe revolution clearly fore
shadowed as inevitable in ihe'event of
the nomination of Bally. It4ily was
declared by the editor as having "no
popular support"; as one ``whose only
civil record is his blind devotion to the
Grant column at Chicago, and whose
only chance of nomination is in the
coerced submission of dependents to
the dictation of leaders',; as one whose
nomination would "rouse a storm," and
make it impossible for the Republican
party "to live in the stifling atmos
phere of individual dictation and arbi
trary management"; as one whose
nomination was au insult to the dying
Gartielkand that would "flaunt in :the
face of the country a reassertion. of the
offensive . domination which was rebuk
ed ' and defeated -in his (Garfield's)
nomination," and 'as one whose triumph
would be solely , the triumph of bosies
over the peopleof the Republican par
The only excuse that seems inssible
for Orator Smith to make is that Edi
tor Sniith and Orator Smith tire differ
ent institutions; but Wolfe doesn,t ap•
ve-ir to ace pt the refinement of..politi , ,
earlogie that divides up editors and
orators in that style. t__2
Politicians and Prophets.
Front The Press, al lir election.
General Bail+ rather 'has the bulge
on prophet McClure, of the Tintes..The
prophet was on the tripoi.making elo.
quent predictions for Wolfe, and criti
cizing Baily Hs running to be defeated
this particular year instead of some
othlr year. Baily follows McClure
and answers his prophecies retxling
a - series of e'ection returns from the
Times showing that a general sm •sh
has befallen - th- predictions of the pro
phet. These election returns make a
brilliant report for Bally and fully vin
dicate his running.
The whole Baily story—that is,
fiction-'-tis told in the late editorials of
the , now Wolfe mourner.-and the Baily
disaster welch didn't come r clearly
'foreshadowed as inevitable from she:
nomination of Wolfe. "Bally," it was
declared by the prophet. "must be pre
pared for the most disastrous defeat
ever suffered by any Republican in
Pennsylvania.,'; 'again, ."the issue •is
irrevocably settled by the people, and
nnuy win ne ueirams try 'a Ittyge pm
rality."; still again. "Baily will be beat
en an al Noble will be elected by all' the
plurality anybody wants"; and finally
the prophet exclaimed with a beautiful
burst of profound political philosophy.
unfortnate for many people, and
especially for those aspiring to position
and leadership in politics, that their
foresight is sadly at variance with their
hindsight. If they could always foresee
political currents as clearly as they
hindsee, them, politicians and org ins
would not be so much given to ludic
rous and disastrous blunders."
The only excuse that seems possible
for prophet McClure to make is that
politician McClure and prophet McClure
a+ different instiutions; but Baily
dmn't 'appear to accept the refinement
o( political logic that'divides up politi
cian and prophets ;it th it style.
hhe vote of Hon. James H. Webb,
in his own and adjacent townc',
bespeaks the resp ect and confidence
mantained for him by the people
who know him hest.
The Rerublicans of New York
have carried their State tii•ket ex
cept Rusted for Attorney. General,
The Legislature is Democratic..
The Republicans of Bradford have
reason to be well satisfied with the
result of the Election.
The Mahone Itettiquers h•«e
sw.pt Buurtionit.m from Virginla.
The Mgr of Bethlehem,
The San Francisco B , tpribt • says:
"One of - the clergymen of this city
Rev. Robert McKelezleLle r ferred in •
discourse on "Science and Religion" to
the expected appearance of a notable
celestial visitor. This is a star which
is sometimes called the Star of' Bethle
hem, and which, accmding to some
astronomical calculations; is now due,
and may at ahy time blaze forth in all
\its brillianci and celestial glory. This
star,was last seen in 1572. It stone
out - Suddenly where no star was visible
before,and'was so bright that it Could
be seen at noonday.. It graduallyllad
ed assuming various hue s as it did so,
until it dissappeared Thii wonderful
star is believed to have been seen iu
the year. 1264 and 942, Its apparent
period if extended backward indicates
an appearance of this star about' the
time of;the birth of Christ . ; hence its
name. Star of Bethlehem, If you
wish to know where- to watch for it,
look some forty deg i rees.:to the; south
west of Jupiter, and you , will` see • a
group of stars , arranged thui%
These are in the constellation Can
aiepeia, and, the letter "o"._ shows Where
the great star la expected to appear.
CUITEAU I S TRIAL.
cowman o' l!ttincex—ms rams=
WWl= Is . READT—WARTS TO MAKE
A smut Li count.
NEw Twat, 'Nov. 12.—The Post's
Washington correspondent says tbst
Gniteartld bim tl at he Wass ready to
have his trial begin' on Monday. Th.
assassin 'patided bim a note for publica
tion, which tbe' War leo took. Its pur
port was, that with the permission of
the Court, he intends to deliver a
"graphic speech," setting forth his
fence. He made the announcement
thus, in 'order -that, prominent butte
rnut interested in, his tmse might hear
No special ; preeautione have been
adopted by the Marshal with a view to
013 safety of the prisonnr in las tranNit.
Toe authorities x have no apprehension
of vivlenee. Cluiteau feels lets fear now
He lias still doubts as to his personal
*lady, Ind yesterday sent a note to-,a
detective asking bim to see Oat_ proper
arrangements were made to secure his
Mrs. Bcoirille called at the jail this
afternoon, and was n►ncb affected.
DUTTEALAI BROTHER AND SISTER VISIT HUI
Wesursaror, Nov. 13.--Arraugo:
meats have been made to sent all thf
Ilectatera allowed in the court room.
during the Guiteau trial, which opens
JohnCluitean, of Boston, and Mrs.
Scoville, of Chicago, visited their brutli•
er this afternoon. Thtt interview lasted
two hour& The prisoner betrayed no
unusual emotion, and recited, the 'story
of his crime.
UiIAT OVITE.W . S COUNSEL SAYS
Mr. Scoville stated this evening that
his client insisted that it should be his
prerogative to make a statement in the
court to morrow, and that Guiteau has
been engaged for, ten clays iu preparing
a document setting fc rth his views,
which he will proboldy present us soon
the court opens, unless prevented by
Judge Cox. . .
Mr. Scoville Faye that it is not' the
intention of the def•uice to introduce
technical ohjerions in_ selecting a jury
,They will .entlevor to obtain jurymen
eapatile , of reinicrim; a fair verdict afie?
arinOhe evidence, nd who will not
de carried sway public clamor
again 4 their Convictions.
All latest date only nine japara bar
ev . n • elerol4l..
PRESIDENT ASTITUR S PRoCLAMATIoN
THURSDAY NoVE3IBER 24
By the Pr-.!..sident of the U,iited States
. in- long been-the pious - en-tom - of
our Op nle with the closing of, the year
to leek' ack upon the blessings brought
to :them, in the changing courge of the
s visors, and to return thanks to
tqe All-giving Source from which they
flow. And although at this period,
when the falling laid admonishes us
that the time of oar itscred day is at
band, our nation still lies in the shadow
of a great bereaveaout and the -mourn
ing which his filled our hearts still finds
its sorrowful expression towards the.
God before whom we but la , ely bowed
in grief and suplication, yet the count
!r6 bens:lira uthLrt4a_harua_.L"......- 1 ,--.
us during the past twelve, months cull
for our ft4vent gratitude and make it
fitting that we should rejoice with thank
fulness-that the. Lori ill, his infinite
mercy has most signallY favored our
country and par people.. Peace with
out and prosperity within have been
vouchsafd to us; no pestilence has
visited our shores; the abundant privil
eges of freed6m, which our fathers left
us in their wisdom, are still our increa.s
ing heritage, and if, in parts of our
vast domain, some ufflictiOn hai - visited
our brethren in their forert homes, yet
even this calamity has been tempt-red;
and in a manner sincHied by ithe gen
erous compassion for the '_sufferers
which has been called forth throughout
oar land. For all . these things it is
meet that the voice of the nation should
go up to God in devout homage, where
fore I, Chester A. Arshur, President of
the United States, 'do recommend that.
all the people observe Tuursday, the
24 h of Novem - rer, instant, as a day
of national thankagivrg end prayer, by
ceasing so iar as may be. from their
secular labors and meeting in their rev-
eral places of worship, there to join in
ascribing honor and praise to Almighty
God whose goodness has been so mani
fest in OUI history and in our lives„end
offer earnest prayers that his bounties
may continue to ns and to our chil
In witness whereof I Irmo hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of the
United fitatei to be afliVed. D.mio at
the City of Wa4hingtonihis fourth duty
Of November, in the year of our Lora
ne thonsond eight hiunlrod and Aglity;
and of the independence .ot the
Unit. d Statem the one ;nwired and
[Signed]. CHESTER A. ARTOUIt;
By the President: JAMES G. BLAME,
Steretary of Awe
M limns spun:toes I.tatt firgt . "re
ka HI marriage - iiecarred by ste.iltb on
\ the banks of the Alip:-h•sippi river, noir
\Niinvoe, 111. Joseph Smith '•sealed" to.
Jtmea Noble :a second wipe Noble's
first wife soon died of a broken,heart;
and the second wife went insane and
also died. When Smith married Noble
the: atter also mat - rka Noble to a seq
nnd wife. The first nes. Smith . clang
to the4prophet until a killed him,
and then married a Gentile, and at last
“cconnts was' still living Int N•itivoo.
Iti tiefence'of - polygamy the , exl , itipl#s
of Abraham, Issa , J4Cob,
amid and Solomon are eitki
Lit coroboration of the Book of Mormon
we oro pointed to the buried citi-ts pt
Piilenvue and Urxmal iu Central -
I ea; to the 'mounds in the Mi4simtplii -
V dley, and to other well-known vestges
of a prehistoric race.. When .a good
lit_raiou dies who has "liv4d up to his
refigion" and b.as had a ()apart or two
wives" and fifty or sixty children, be
. &Fes not bt.come a mete angel, like an
ordinary Christian; he becomes a
with a world of his' own to leigu over.
A Mormon wife who Opposes the poly
ganiouti marriage ti her :husband goes
to hell and is udestroyed." A Mormon
who obeys the mandates.of .Ihe .church
in most respects, but-neglects to.go into
polygamy, becomes a. [dere angel, who
must be a kind of .eeleatial . servant. to
the gods of other augehi. Rm . wife
mu.t shale in the same hnuiiliating fate:
The doctrine of "blood 'attonement" 'is
this: That apostate's
throat is cut the spilling. of, •:;bis" 'blood
upon the ground will save his:lia:id. If
.he is left to die' a' natural • death, his
'soul will go to hell. A great many
• `apostate souls have been. saved in 'Utah.
' ,This, in substance, is the Mormon. re.
Won. —Sal" Avulse° Cheonfekt
THE OFFICIAL FIGURES.
Geste' iyal Bally Shvettli bV Nandi', er To.
009 Oyer Mr. Rate.
*The followiog are the otileial Octal
it7 for Rails and Noble, opito4ng- can
didates ft.r. State Tie:tau:et - at the re
Clearll , l4 1,153
. ..... 597
!Centro. • 1.147
0 , ari0n.... • - 295
Fayette.;. ... : .. .294
ia ... ... 230
Montour. ' 449
No rtbantnpton... 2.464
Vorthtmiberland . 1,4-2
ilnke , .... 567
'Perry. . . ..... 15
Sullivan ....... 260
Armstrong.... ~. 4271
Bearer 295 ,
Bradford 1,41 rt
Dauphin 6931 ,
Delaware - 413,
korat • - IA
Indiana. • .1,949
taw/ ewe tMG
Lackawanna ...... 1.4
Mercer • 3641
WcIE sA 385
Warren.... ..... 567
Washington . 659,
.... ... 44,032 Total
Plurality for Bally, 7.002
. Mr. .Wolfels Vote. •
Mr. Wolfe's vote us officially reported
:a as follows; '
Adams 37,Tswrence 800
Allegheny.,..., .. 5.94e 1 ; Lebanon 59
Armstrong 3 II ;Lehigh 69
Beaver 375' Luzerne.... ...... 1,450
Ued ford ... 5... .... 13 9 / 4 coming .... .... 447
Berke 13' acKean ... ...... Isil
81air.... ...... .1... 297 Montour 130
tsradford .... 1,5101 dercer............ 5.1
Bucks ... ..... .... 556111111 M .... 197
Huller-- . 8111 dome. • • 34
t =kris.— .. : .... ICI ' tlontgomery.... . 944
Cameron... ..... 5... 14 i Northampton 411
- storm .. ..... .... 10 i:..orthumber‘aud . 9,054
Centre . ... . . ..... Uoll'erty.. - i. ..... .... 108
Ches tor I)4lll , ike
clarion .. : ... ..... • /3•l!ebitadplphi . s . .. ....
:leariceiti: '' .- :::: 49, rotto i...... ...... '4B
Clinton ....... .... 350,8 c unylkill ...... .. 2,161
columbis.'... 13. inyder.... ....'.. URI'
Cumberland . 150mi.lifan 1 00
Dauphia ...... .... i
ES ttusquebanha .., . 127
Deli ware - .... 1,574; L toga—. .'. • 271
Elk 20',Untou ' 1,720
Erie „ , „.. .., 2o.e; Veziaugo: ... 653
Fayette .... ~ —. lull, Warren .... 200
Forrest Sul tliaabLigton ...... 113
Franklin • 1471Waynet ... 744
Pl:l'ton .. . : ... . b !Wes two:viand: -,'..... 214
firearm.. li: i WI o min g. .... 3u
Linn , il.gclun ...
Jefferson ..... ..
Notes and Opinions.
Chauncy 1.. Filley .gets it straight
from she Olube-Democrat as follows:
"We recognize in him a man who has
his uses in polities, and who •is fairly
entitled to the rear is of office if he
chooses to seek them. We do not
recognize in him, or in anybody, else,
however a man to be regarded in the
light i,f a soverign pontiff , for this
State, with absolute power fol. - the di
rection of the Republican party, its
leaders and its measures." - •
Blanton Duncan, referring to the
Confederate bond speculation, says:
When Lee surrendered, there was a
large amount amount of money in
Europe in - ',the hands of .disbursing
agents for:.?:, the Navy, Commissary,
QuarteraMer, Ordinance, State, De
p.irtmenotc. The money was
placed iii4nglish hands, who 'agreed
to hold it. far a certain period, and- to
be diSposedof for the interest. cf the
Confederacy.. He doesn't know what
becae cif it,
Mahone and his methods are, not en
tirely to the taste of the • Providence
Journal, but it says the prohobition
movement in North Carolina was one
phaie of the revolt agsinst Bourbon
restriction; as was the greenback • ex
cuse for a new party ,in Mississippi,
of , the Liberals in
Virginia and will give en,•ouragernent as
well as shovrthe method fSr. succesrful
action to the large and growing gel
meat in the S- 'uth, which has no de 7
s re to be tied down any :longer by the
traditions of the old slave holding De-
In Chicago Joe Jefferson once' went
to the ,theatre to play Rip Van Winkle
when he A' a s much exhain-ted after a
day's hard fishing. WI en the curtain
rose on "thethird act it disclosed the
white-haired Rip immvrsed in his
twenty years' nap. five, ten, fifteen
minutes passed, and still he d;d not
waken. The fact was that Jefferson
was really• sleeping the sleep of he
just, or rather of. the - fishermal who
had sat eight 'louts in the sun withont
getting a bite; ifinally, the gallery got
to be uproarious, and one of the "gods"
wanted to know if there was "going to
be nineteen years more of this snooze
Mrs. - Elizabeth, Thompson; after
whom one of the
pe was .recentlynamed, spent the
early part of her lire in Boston, ,wh re
she married the Th Xmas Thonap
sim, at 'whose -'death, about sixteen
years ago, she inherited the large fo
tune the I•as since devoted to the
noble an t i .wide-stheqd charities with
which her name is associated.
Mrs. 0. Whitney, , of Boston
twe've years ago used to paint a single
rosebud in water colors on a cabinet.
S:te had never taken a' lesson
in painting, but was gifted with so
much talent that these flower cards
sold as fast as painted, and the goner
ally-finiqhed five dozen a day. Mr.
Prdng the chromo wan, happened to
come across some of Mrs. Wh tnf-y's
work an i he imtneeiately engaged her
as a flower designer and at a salary of
$5,000 . a year, with the exclusive,
,right to her talents:
Joseph Johnson, the acter, wrote a
. gentleman that "My first'
appearance on the stage of life topic
place in Philadelphia* on the 20th of
February, 1829. It wpuld be quite
impossible for me to give you a full
list of all the .pfUtAt have played, but
the following are some of the principle
ones: Bob Acres, Doctor eangloss,
Asa Trenchard, Dr. 011apod, Caleb
Plummer, Toay Lumpkin, - N. wman
Noggs, Dogberry,_ Mr. Golightly,.
Touchstone, Fixture, Launcelot,,Gabbo,
Diggory, (WI forgot; Rip Van
Winkle. I think - I have played Rip
VanWitikle about 2,500 timea—anil
for which I may be forgiven in anoth6r
and better world, where there will be
no matinees and no managers."
Arnenia TownliVit. ' •
Asylum Township - •
*than - TOwnship. Ist . 01Striet....•
" 2d Marie!
• •' Sd District
Athens Borough:Ut ward ,
• .• Rd Ward........ .:
Barclay Township •
Burlington Township -
Burlington West ownship .
Canton Tciuship...... - .
Colornbi.Town. - Fdp .
Herrick Township .....
-Leßaysville Berough..„ ..... . ....;
New Albany Borough
Pike Town ship.... ..
Rome Towns' ip• • • • •
tionth , Creek Township......
Sylvacia Borough •
Sbeshequin Township, . ....
standing stone Township
South Waverly Borough. .... -
Terry Township • -
ToWanda Borough; Ist Ward ... ...
" 2d .Waro.
Towanda North Township
Troy Township... ...........
Tuscarara Towtishio '
Warren Township-- . ..........
Aya Towi ship
Total 1 •
. • '31,030
! jseison, Oreetiback eandidite for Stain Tr'
Woodburn. Greenback, for Sheriff, 646 ; Orentt,
Registe.and Red.ir ter: . Th)mpson 439 for Treti
ferry 69 for Comminioner; stalbird 462. sad BAH
Masonnt—Saifrs majority over Noble is
Leonard, 243; Webb over Cron. 933. • ' .
btill damnify ike Mountaini.
PlattsbuVg is the County Vkat of Clinton
County, N. Y., situated on both sides of-the
Saranac river at its entrance into Cumberland .
Bay of Lake Champlain, a port of entry. It
is noted as the scene of a naval battle and the
capture of a II itish fleet on Lake Champlain
in inf. It is a very pleaaant town. and thg
churches and other interests are about the
same as in other places. Ido not have moch
Aid* to attend:church, only on the Sabtrath.
I fcft Plattsbnrg September 29th. taking a
northerly directioa slag the mountain—and
as pne rids s along, and if be has a mini to
think . of God at all, he can read God's
antudiwork , in these rocks,tu shapes and fo ms.
In height. 'which give them such granduer,
Laid is thoeartii:a natural morta:.—the plants
creetoiog out :front between the stams, bad
ding and blootuing. sending forth their
aroma cni the mountain air. How tutu) , have
blossomed and faded with none to admire bat
God alone. The trees seem to be supported
by an unseen power. The ravines. chasms.
glens. and water-falls all telt , vou of God's own
work,wt.bout the iagenuil of man to improve
it. You cangit more knowledge of Gid from
there mountains, than from all the theologi
cal sermons that has beau delivered from all
the pulpits iu christendom. squiped
place called Moors for the night, on Friday,—
went up to the Canada hue, the place : where
the long dispute about where the line should
be, and at 3 r. M. I took hold of the iron post
gnat is dated 1342-40' antittel for time
between Sot , 'Queen's Dotniniols
and the U. 8. A. 1 !yin started - fora wester
ly courae,•stoppinu at Centerville, thence ou
atom twenty miles through rattlers will wil
derness, the north-western Mit o Am* moun
tain: We can . Dawes ceaeu. ta-arktdea-amr
• Mil; but the ("Minion will aria(' in our
minds what if these States were all a wilder-
derness acid I INAS , going to land somewhere as
she itgthroi landed on Plymouth hock?
After traveling Om miles we rested for the
night at a niece caled Malone. The Its; twen
ty ml es was a beautiful tract of. land, nice
October sth. This evening as lam sitting
by the wart n, queering fire' my mind site to
my oan' home, where I imagine you are all
gathered in the tamily circle, where I have
met with you so often in my childhood, and
how much-I should enjoy being there t 6
night instead 'of writing..
The change of weather here haiabeen gr - Att.
On Monday it' rained all day, so it was very
• muddy; and laathight it froze so hard that it
bore the horse uhi on the hubs. It froze most
all the fruit; they say here they never
so cold a spell so early in the scribe. I. :an
out contrast in imagination, the present with
the first settlers bere—they cutting their way
through the forest by niarked•tftes and no
one to cheer thein—but building their camp
Are to prepare thr it frugal meal,—and when
,urth's sable me. it'll) was thrown, over the
tiVeape, they laid them down to rest from
; bet. ils of the day, with nothitg but the great
canopy of heaver. above them—while I was,
greeted by mine -cost going to the barn for,
rue purpose of arming that my noble steed that
oad carried me Batt, over many rough p laces,
es wed as smooth pathways, was well - provided:
for—then going to the sitting-room to enjoy
the warm tire, and painting to the dining
room, where a well prepared meal was neatly
..prea I by mine hooter, who was in waiting.
We itatisty our huogry appetite•i;by partaking
of the bountiful repast and find a comfortable
Place for lodging A contrast -indeed We
shall stay here some time, until our basilicas
rt quires a change.. • H. Taunt.
One of the richest treats the members of
the C. L. 8. C.; ever eui,eeol at ebantanqns
wits doling the last assembly; Prof.:). L.
Coming, of New .I Jerrey, delivered ten lec
tures on the an •jeot of art. * • "
Prof. Corning hi a h enthusiastic lov r art,
:As maw crud the minutest details o its
history. and his accomptuying descriptive',
Teter:ex glow with ttie-',V•rvid . logo ace
iiis iiiipinng Aherne. Qcto'ier No. Chatdau•
Our of the wrist of At , eturat.. spoken of
above, was entitled '.'What Woman has done
in art for a thonsind years.." Prof. Corning_
closed with the Throwing , eloquent tribute to
the genii* . of' this beautiful and talented,
Amerin.a Woman .ad atria. •
"The nobleppemorial br time statue of
kdmiral,Farragtii w s vseented by Mrs: yin
me Ream Boyle, and now stands io Farta;ot
Wa4ungton.l . Like many another
successful workers in literature or art, this
gifted lady has 'let loose, upon herself, a.
whole quiver full of the arrrws of jealous crib
elm. &little army of masculine competi
tors, who vainly sought public commissions
granted to her ha -e been especially liberal
in depreciation of her works.. Bat tioae can
'deny to her the es +initial goalie es of a true
artist, constitutional genius a id Andefatigable
ludnatry. 'The no 'le memorial of America's
greatest :naval h are is worthy of its place
among the art creations which adorn oar
National Capitol; and entitles the gifted lady
who lsecuted it to an 'honorable rank in
such record as has now pissed under review."
Read the now a.ifertisnment of George .
Ott: a prother. marble workers,
‘Vd"sinking depot. They ,are both practical
and skillful workmen in their line of me,chan
4m, and promise the best of work at cheaper
than °idiom's! prices. Their marble. is main
ty tom the Meeks; quarries, Vermont.
hence they call theleyard the "Eureka Mar
ble W irks." They aea trustworthy and de
serving men, and they solicit a share - of the
patronage of those in want of _work in their
line. • •
" - Jamarvudx. Luserne Co, Pa*
I bat a gore tl♦ok, for a long time and Dr.
Clark lohnson's Indisu'illood Syrup baa bet on
ad me grattly. 4 - It is all it is recommended to
POCKET BOOK LOST.
On Itondp. Nos. lith r on the ioad - trona To.
WM= bilaalan; pocket boos consider.
abl,y,nosn. onntelsios one tea dolls? and. one
live dogs. bill. with govern, reweiae, notes. eta.
The Inger wig be liberslii rswarlied by leaving
it at the Rervauclq - •
• ' • • , S. innnr. -
id Comity, Npvenitier 84884
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'TORN & THOMA&
a lt ietet ibioatitY
14 - 75 - 1
surer, had 409 votes; Wilson, Prohibition
reenback, for Prothonotary, 121 s; Huston, 2
rer; ilolcamb bad iss, Turk, 535, Hines, 3:
•7 531 for Auditors,
118; Horton over Russell,. 2811: Blackman
When a medicine performs suck cures u Hid
ney-Wort is constently doing, It 'mar truly be
said to have wonderful rower. A carnenter In
Montgomery. Vt.. had suffered for eight yea's
from tits worst of kidney dlaisse. and had been
wholly incapacitate , ' for work. Re says: . "One
box made a new man of me. and I since•ely be
lieve it will restar., to health all that are sing.
larlyaMictod." It is now sold in both liquid
and dry form....Daahsry, NAN
VTDITOWS e Or
.ooWe Court of Bradford County`-Estate of
A. A - Mune', deceased, late of Athen. borough.
in said county.
The uudersigned, sr Auditor appointed by
said Court to distribute thane,s in the bands of
A. C. Elsbree..F.l.. Kinser and Martha ,Kinner ,
administrators of the estate of A. A. Eloper. de.
erased. as shown by, their first and final.secount
filed in said court, will attend to the duties of
hwasid appoiotment at tivo• offleek of Gridley k
Payne. in Tevratyla borough, oit_HATURIMV.
DEC 10 • at 9 o'clock a. m., when and %here
all persons baring clatmi upon said money.
must present the same or be forever debarred
from coming in upon said fund.
R. PAT NE.
Nov. 16. 1881
ORPHA.NSS COURT SALE
Pursuant td an order issued out of the Or
phew' Court of Bradford county, the undersign.
ed Administrator of the estate of John Aumlck,
demised, late of the Township of Asylum in said,
county, wil expose to public sale on the prom&
sea, on Saturday, the id day of December, 188 , .
at one o' clock. P. at., the following described rea'
estate, situate in A-ylrinx township, Bradford
count , . Pennsylvania. bounded as follow*, to:,
wit: Beginning at the old white oak corner 01
warrant in the name of William Smith, thence
by the North 'Die of that warrant north 14 . 41, de
grees west one hundred and sixty perches to au
old chesunt come of said warrant, thence north
2l de trees east, seventy-eight perches to &stone
heap by a pine; thou south 112 dames east one
hundred an -- sixty perches to a stone beau con.
se ,ll2l "n . heii - .311 -3 placr
of begini- g; containing serenty-lght acres of
land, more-or less, with the appurtenances, to
be sold for payment of debts of .decedent.
Tessa or Bsi E.--Otwl hundred ' dollars to be
bald on broperty being struck down; lire bun
dted &Fars on confirmation oraale, ono half of
Imbiber In six. months after confirmation': bsl
ante in one year after confirmation with inter
est from confirmation.
Jow' lismuirr, Adner of
Asylum, Pa., Nov. 10, 1881.-3 -
GEO. OTT & BROTHER,
At their Marble Works located mast thA Wy
stuaing .repot , in We'll. are prepared t . 4 fur
nish as good quality of marble work as can be
produced to the county. 1
TOMBSTONES and MONUMMTS made and
sold ton per cent. cheaper than you can buy
them at any other marble works in Bradford
Full satistaPtion guarnteed and all jobs put up
Samuel Ott, who has reumtly become a part
ner in the business is • first class workman. We
do our own yolk, and are Aherefore enabled to
fell very much cheaper than any other manufac
. Those wishing work in our Ilne are respectfully
invited to call and see for themselves. We also
do all kinds of emir. Wong in our line. -
Wysautlog, N0v.15, 1881.—Cam
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BUSH, Bridge St., Towanda. Pa.
Noel:* Is hereby given, that there has been
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of WWa and granting Latta* of kdministration
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Penn•ylnuis, accmin•,a of adminlitration upon
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The Met and final account of Lark Bird, guar
d'istrof Mu, Dttiluoll;• minor child of Dennis
DrhicolL late of ' the, township of Athena, de
The first and Anal account of Lark Bird, guar
dian of Patrick Ambrose Drilcoll 4 ,. now dectlised,
who was a minor child of Dennis Driscoll, late
of the township of Athens. deceased.
• The Snit and final account of Samuel Davidson.
Jr, and I. 1 ., Young , executors' ol,the last will
and testament of Samuel Davidson, late of the
townsbie of Sheakeguin, deeesse , L
The first and partial account of Jerome B. Par
sons. Sr , guardian of Mary S. Cross, Ida J. Cross
and Franklin Cross; minor children of Thoinss
iroas, late of the township of Canton,t deceased.
'the first suit final ae^ouut of dolphtis Saxton
.rid L. Si. Leonard. executors of the last will and
testa nent — o: Orlando L.. Streeter, late of the
township of Oranv lie, deceased.
The first and partial acconot of David SI. Bun
admmist:ator pen dent hU of the estate of
Loreuxe M. Ilnudell. late of the township of
The first and final account of Johit,DlTinan
and :lames North, executors of the, itat Brill ant
testiniont of Philhip licDermot, late of the
tqwnshinlof Albany, de-eased. •
The first and final account of Tamer kebaffee,
guardian of Phebe Ct, Chaffee (now Sirs. James It
Titus). minor hfld of N. M. Chaffee, late of the
townshiplet Orwell; deceased.
The first and Anal account of Benjamin M.
. clerk. executor of the last will and testament of
Stephen M. Latimer , lite of the township of
The nrat.and deal account of Louise U. Acker
guardian of Belle V: AoPerman, a minor
child of rAwara C. Acsennan, deceased.
Übe first and aclunnt of William T
Nutt*. adarlastratur of the estate of William
%vstluus, Vita - the Borough of Towauda,
'the first and final account of Henrr West
brook, administrator of the estate of Joseph
am. .........r.t.”, 1. ,, ,, crecrip 131 ASTICIIII, crereasetli. '
'fhe first and final account of N. N. Betts, ad
ministrator of the estate'-of S. 0° meats tiuod.
rich, late of the Borolghilf Towanda, deceased,
who se the administral,er . :..o . the estate of
O'ltestalt edrich Pope. lite of the Borough pf
rowan , deceased. - 5.
"1 hi) econd and final account",-,of H. D. Free
.e.an and W. A. Thomas, administrators of the
estate 'of David Painter, late of the Borough of ,
• The second and Anal account of Jettun Patter
son and James Mason, executors of the last will
end testament of Jatnes 8: Patterson; late of the.
township of Ridgbury. deceased. . --•
The second - and final account of: , Aaron P..
Allen,; guardian of Lincoln Eitevens, c ialror child
Of Manley Bteveita, late of the township of Bur-
Ungton, des aced, by George Allen. name.' as
executor in the last will and testament of said
Aaron P. Allen, now deceased. . -
The first and final account of Mary A. Clifton,
sdnilnistratrix of the estate of John Driscoll,
tate'of the Borough of Troy, deceased.
The second and final account of Martha Ein
net, Floyd L. Sinner and A. C. E sbree. ad/flints.
tratrix and administrators of the estate of A. A.
Eimer, late of the Borough of Athens, deceased.
Tee Aral and final - account of George Gard,
guardian of George. W. Rippeth, minor child tr,
deorge W. Rippeth,—late of the township,- of
Wysox. deceased, by William H. Smith, executor
of the last will - and , testament of said George
Gard; now deceased., I .
Thai:fret and s=lu:count of Lawrence Vaught,
administrator of the estate of Joshua lionght,
late of the B tough of Rome. do:teased... • i
‘,, And the same Wilt be presented to the Orphans
,Court of Bradford County, at an Orphans' Court
to be held at ToWanda for said County, on
THURSDAY. the Pik day of DECEMBER. A. H .
ttitil, at 2 o'clochp. m , for confirmation and
allowance. A. C. FRI4BIE, Register.
, tegiater's Odle% Towanda; Nov. 5, 1451.
gr. 8. AND FOREIGN. ;
Frank A. Fonts. Attoroey4t l Law, Lock Box, 356
ifirTen years' experience.
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AT has always
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,butithas new"; , ladies! Cure
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dy compound- • ling, sloughing gild death of the senses 0
in LARSIUK3 -men. taste and leering , this great remedy
amts'. TOLU , a supreme. Poisonous . mucoua eccumula
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MOSSO. sayst 4 POLUaIIEiCK and RYE is an -- WZRKS a POTTER. Breton.
astile Remedy is Pectoral complaints and Is
lld as a Medicinal preparation under the U.
M. Revised Statutes. and when so stamped. may
Zke sold by DRUGGISTS, GROCERS. and Whet.
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illiiffnou I Don't be deceived by dealers
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• PERFUCTICD wig, l i p- g 1 c„ K. ; COLOR
Tt Glees Batter the eilteedgedeelor therev roes&
_The Inrrest. Rafter thlyersreememetel Its me.
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Scrofulous Itching and Scaly Humotg
of the Skin Scalp and Blood Cured.
I will now state that I made a mirsenlons cure
Of one of the worst cases of skin disease) known.
The - patient bra man forty years old: had sofftred
fifteen yeirs. Hu eyes. scalp and nearly his
whole body presented a frightfhl appearance.
Had had the attention of twelve different phys:.
clans, who pretcribea the best remedies known
to the profession, such as iodide potassium,
arsenic. corm:dye sublimate. sarsaparilla, etc.
Had paid g.. 00 for medical treatment with but
little relief. I prevailed up in him to use the
Crrrideat 'Mummer internallysnd the Cu clones
and Cructrat Home externally. -He did so, and
was cosipletely Owed. The skin on his bead, face,
and many oche parts of his body, which pre-.
seated a most Ia thsome appearance. is now as
soft as I smooth as an infant's, with no scar or
trace of the disease left behind. He his now
been c urea twelve months.,
F. R. BROWN, Esq., Barnwell, S. C
Rev Dr. -in detailing_ hie eapecienee.
With the Curicinaßsuntings, said that throngtr
Divine Providence one of his part:shiny eke was,
cured of a scrofulous ,sore, which was (slowly
draining away his Ufa,
by the Cunene* asset-
Vim internally, and Ccricua.t and . CIMICIMA
S-AP externally. The poison that bad fed the
disease was , completely, driven out. t- .
ECZEMA. • .
Sixteen months since en eruption ;broke out
on my leg and both tent, which turned out to' be
Ecrems.'and caused me_ great pain' and annoy
ance.' I tried various remedies with no good re
sults, until I used the animus Essetviter
internally and Cinzetiaa and Currants 801 P
eitnualty, which entirely-cure t me so that my
akin la as smooth mid natural as ever.
LES. 31. PRAILEY; 61 south-St., Baltimore.
C T UR A . . • . . •
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about lob original stories ail' be given. and in
addition Sr% Copritioar NoVICLITS, hi Ann tl
Steptiens; Prank Leo lien*dict, Jane O. Austin,
Marietta tioliey,Lney, H. Hooper. and Mrs. E L.
Gushing. The '
- FASHION PLATES
In 'Peterson" are ahead of all others. These
plelea are engraved nn steel, aims - rue viva.
aiza,-and are unequalled for beauty. - i bey sill
be super:Ay colored. Also. Household.Cootrry.
and other receipts; articlei on artEmbrolde.y.
Flower Culture,- House DecnratiOn—in short,
everything ir teresting to ladles.
Terms (always in alvance) $2 a year,
uspARAT trirmr, OFFERS TO CLELIS:Iia
t&opies for $.3:30 i With a costly steel evrart*9.;
X - '• s. 4.Z0 i - Bran! Ihner WAX: rli", .„
or $ bandaomo Pnoruonaen_dimme. for ifettolfr
up the club. .
4 Cores for $4.60J With an extra- c-py of th e '
6 • . 9.00 ) iilliff/IiIIO for 1802, as a prem.
ium, to the person getting up the Club.
5 Co?lea for 1114.00 With both an extra coal 4 >
7 "' 10.601 the Magazine for Isal. sad , "
large steel engraving, or Pnoreozars &anus• to
the 1 arson getting up the (lab.
For larger clubs Mill' greater ininee
merits. Address, post-paid. _
CHARLES J. PEFERSON, •
- • 30G Chestnut at., rbiladelphia. b
ler Spectiment l m sent prsta , if Written
for, to get up clubs with.
FINE : J OB PRINTING.—AII hind
of - Fine, Job Frintin=
pprtoomptly executed at lowest rat'', *
'mw Baum= Itrzunricsit Office
Dont fail to give us a trial. Good type
modern presets, and aperieseed wed
men. A ll work warranted flrst-clasr.._