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The following mulled persona offer themselves as
Candidates for the offices named below—subject to
hb decision of the Republican County Convention :
JOHN, L MITCLIELL,IIeboro.*
,I.I , ..PONALDS OI4,IIsboro.
Gen. It. C. CC/X. Liberty.*
'HENRY L. CARD; 9nIII an.
Fort IlrourrEn AND RECORDED,
I4llittia L. DEANE, WeLlshoro.. l '
4AS. LOSARD, ,Wellsboro.
` Fon COUNTS_ 77y.....tstnaert,
C'..„l"; MILLER, Tioga.
Ai. V. PURPLE, Deerfield.*
R. B. BOSE,
;JAMES WILKDIFION, Charleston.*
DUEL BALDWIN. Tioga.* .
c. JiIIOWTAIsID, Wellaboro.t .; ,
it. - not.UNDS, tlesetrifg.*
J. W. TUBBS, Lawrenceville.*
P. C. VAN GELDER, Wellaboro.*
Forl Cot;l.zrr Comat.rasiorrit
C. W. LOVELESS;TMga.* •
'0111F.014 I3ACON, Delmar. •
EPHRAIM' HAIIT. Clialles 6ll .
A. 11. lITEST.DItOOK,Tioga.. ,
I:DGAit ItINNELI Jitellaum
WILLIAM W. WV CIT, Faultl6;c-41.3
• Fo Cotrwrr Smrtron
ISEXEL STONE, Delmar.
Wvllosbcira, Pa., July - 3, ISS?
Val: GELDER & BARN - Ea.—Gentlrmcn: 'Please announc(
that I ain a candidate for Delcate to the State Cunsti
t atonal Conaetition, subject to the deciaion of thi
Republican COIIN entibn,. and respectfully solicit th
f-uppirt of my Republican trietla.
- . JEROME B. NILES_
1 nu a candidate for Delegate to the Convention to
amend tlip constitution. JOHN W. 0111:11NsEY.
I wish tolie elected a delegate to the 'approlithing
Constitutional Convention. I solicit the supprn tnt
my friendl. THOMAS L. RANI . ..
. . ,
We are• Ccqueeted to ,iiilnounot_ the name or& F.
WILSON as a candidate for Additional Law Judge fur
this Judicial District, subject to the decielon of the
Republicau Conve'Wei/. July 4, 1372. . ' ' ,
' Jots 3,187'2,
,Mr. F. E. Smith —Sir : Under tandiug that we lime.
to elect bOlue one )toAlltlßiOnal W Judge for this ills - k
ti let at the next election, and tha you are a eanalittlt
for that boaltlon, we beg leave o addrette you - this
note'. There are a largo ulunber U: tlto citizens of the
i LiAr 1c t who believe the °lnce. un tecessary, and who
have favored auiluow favor the r peal of the act cre
ating it. It, therefor?, you slum el be elected, and the
law should be repealed at the req, lest of a respectable
number of your coDBI.II//e/a4; W0111(1 you _Craig)). so
that the law might become effective? your early re
ply, and your eons( ut to its publication, it desired,
would oblige us. .11. Ore truly yours,
1). O. focitohto, to. 13. Low.p.r.,
8 d. PACKAD, I).L. AIKEN,
A. M. llenntit. • T. L. BALDWIN,
H. S. JOUNbTON. • C. B. 3ldirriku , '''-.,
Ross & WILLIAM.,' J. F. Erariso, -\
C. H. lin morn, E. F. BitANC/I, •.,
Messrs. 0. 11. Lowell, C. 8. Mather, S. S. Packard,
and othern.—Genarsie , i • Yours of the :34.1 Inst. is re
ceived. I have du hesitation in saying that I do not
desire any office In the gift of the peoplo'ngainfit tlleir
conviettOri f it 4 IlerC9:llty. I el:i aware 41 8 d -of th e
feeling res )(w i ling the office in question, and that the
will of the leeple was shamehilly defeated last it, inlet
in rosp. et to its abole.danent. Indus the Mlle,: will be
tilled li' sfline one at the tee NA election, I otter myself
.it it ill ,(11 , 1ate ler nommatton by the tieptiltheati par
ty, tifid s load I be n. , (silnnti il mill ',jetted. anti lb,
ac t , (oath, t the oils, he subsequently ri pealed at the
it WO 4 1.1•4 1'..14, i,l'airlt minit.er ~I iiiy i imsiiiiiel.b.,
I frill ..11,11.1/1 I t'4•„1!, that the, act inay beemii.
. ft.. hi. I,m .iri• at Ills ,ty to Mot this us )oil thiiil.
i ' ru t e , lum 3, lir.; hilly, I'. I:. Hsi tit.
WELL...nom>, inly J. lti;t!.
it , s. . 1 I. 'nib:hell, Wench...we,. —bed iS, 'I ho
ondt raigned bet el, e that in the prteent nituation o r
flap ( (mg'', ...Pio n] Disin 1., it i 8 desirable that Tiogu
. ounty should p csent a candidate for the nomination
for member of Como (:,s.
lthould the nomination be cone , ilt d to this i Lndy,
~, I.„erigiti.tc the importance of pi ccenting otie who
titan fitly rehrePent the twat 1011310 montinient of
the I ii‘drir t ; one who I; ' i tin, nit. a pronounced
Republican, mid Mit , t • , .- zoialy to the prim tides
Linder which the party ... ~,.... all its past encase;
and Nib" is also nit actual. , i'lee from vomit cleat it ith
gm—quills 01 merely local inter( at.
helmet that you possess in an eminent t1,:141.-e the
mpl thfications ualicated, and that the Interests .J the
Itepubllcan patty and of tho public would be pyeativ
pr.onoted by ydur election, r.e do respectfnlly request
that you will pet Mit your-name to be used an the can
didate of this eou»ty for the Congressional nomina
tion in this district, oubjeet to the decnjon of the
Republican conference Very respectfully yours
Oro. W. MEnmetc, THOS. 126.96.36.199'..N,
()FGOOD, NN at. 1.3 A(
A. 11. Ifortros, J. F. Cam - aNs,
W. J, 1.1010.0. N, Tons R. ItoirEN,
0 11. KELLIY, T. A tiannm
.1. P. Poll ri,, E. A.
E. J Jolla;
F ltonr:zoN, Crt.kti. TOT:es,
Ilcon YOU':,:, W. T. MaTurn-,
e. T. Cuammcm .1. L. Itomo-om
P. V. V is Nrs, .la•ik's li. Catmocm,
Jot licxronp. It. W. Wita,raatg.
'l'. 0. How, It. C. BULLS.
WELLquono., July 12th, 1872.
.".iaen: Your fl tttermg letter of the let has
1)1 n duly considered. A nomination, by the Repub
tin of Tioga county, for a place as Itcprescritstive
ut in national councils, is an honor which no man
should eitder ambitiously seek ur
ha tilt' dr, lcne.—
If. upon 'sober second thought,' ypn shall still be of
th ~p ution that it is well to submit my name to the
It - .publican voters of the comlty for ew h nomination,
I place myself at your disposal.
[roue fi.now llepublicana of the county shall indorse.
-yo•tr "pinion, VIM :man ,--nn viy nrUnC 10 Inr,
greesional Coiderees of the district, to, the choice of
Tipp:), I shall feel honored beyond my desert: and if
tne Confetees shall deem it for the highest interest of
the District to adopt the nominee of T:oga as the ran
(Write for the office of Representative, I shall recog,
111.7, ', in their voice, the call of duty; and if the peo
ple of the District shall ratify at the polls the nomina
tion thus made. I pledge myself to use all the powers
I p "sscss in the endeavor to discharge the duties of the
, old e. Of the value of this pledge you, gentlemen,
wh know me hest aro best qualified to judge. Very
till'} yours. J. D. MITCHELL.
To Hon. H. W Trio. (tray, li T. Chandler,
11. C. birupnon and MIR s.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1872
ULYSSES S. GRANT,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
JOHN F. 14ARTRANFT,
of Morttyultiery Coartly
FUR MIPli F:511.: lUM V.
if Bothlford “,uritu
of TYcx -rak;County.
Fon CONGICFS437VN AT LAIIOI-7,
lIARRY (,1 , INDIANA ;
1,1310E1, TODD, or (WatsFauaii,
1.1 1.1.6 %YU. AT LAIME TO TliE CON*IIITIJ rIONAI
M MEREDITH, Pflll-ADELPIIIA
(lILLINGI.IAM 'YELL, PIILLADFLPIAIA
HARRY WHITE, INDIANA 1
WILLIAM LILLY. ClatuoN ;
LINN ILARTHOLOMEW, Senuyt.KlLL ,
IL N WALLISTER, Ciltir.ll;
wH,LIAM 11. ARIP-.TRONG, Lycomiti‘:
WILLIAM DAVE-z. ;
I %NW:4 I. la.yNor,hs. ,
(;E.) .V. WRENCI.I.
hAvIDN. tYtll PI:, ALLF.6.II.Ni ,
W 11. AINEV, LED , •D,
D , IUN II IV II F.”
Mewling of the Republican County Committee,
Pur^u,ince of n...tn e the:Et publican County Com
mittee met at the vit.& e ^1 .I.Chn W. f.tternaey, in
T ~, g a. tit aptointkA t 1 .1 410Wi111. 4 ( ') /Militke
A tuee. tor the ve writ' 13otaatightf11)
ill, I ttity of rril4f.i, ttho 011111 a tnlN a th e B oan i A o f
3.10. tton 1,.r the Vt• \ districts in which they reside :
T. Shaticidi. J. C. Jams
111-4. - Nithf—L. D. Seeley. Ilatvey A:Sinimora
+lll.Gillis lrartt, Evan I.lllott.
'hat hrtili Beach. J. S. Mowry, D. 11. Lee.
TUT—John Haverly. It. Walker. F.. Klock
Raro—A. lictinitt; 9. Gcrould, I. Hart
OW/60*—C C. Ackley, R. Gee, George Iliadic.
D. bm , a.—M. W. Wetherbee, E. Jeffers. 11.
Id— a. Lee, 11. 11. Ingham, C. F. 13illingk.
porianee. P. Buckles, C. C. Ward.
Elk—J. Beach, John Maynard, Loren Wetmore.
tlirminy. , ,oi—lt. U. Close, W. Van Dation, John Zra.ra
Fait Bro.l. --P. W. Knight, U. Stratton, .T.
6 , iinP3--0. A. Smith. Jesse° Locke, W. Vermilyea,
Maui Won—John Alui.s, Jr., S. Bogen, D. W. Walker.
Jackse,i_clark Stillman, Jos. Sedinger, F. Spencer.
Km...reale. L. Case, Giles Roberts. Joel Johnson.
Latertncer c—E. F. Branch, J. F. Rusting, C. S.
Lawr, curs' Colegrove. L. Smith, Jos. Guile.
. Sheller, C. F. Veil, J. 11. Levergood.
ihowohi—A. J. Ross, Henry Allen, Wm. Hollands.
.71 idrthl.tiry-..C.llanunOutUl. C. Potter, 13. O.
.1/04,5--Joh Doane, R. Custard, E. Blackwell.
Maine, T. Haight, Stephen Peters.
11. Baxter, Mark Seeley, Hiram Merritt.
0 , ..e.0ht—,C. It. Taylor, C. L. Hoyt, C. Tubbs.
Riehmend—lE. R. Haight, E. L. Sperry, S..Wkilttakel..
,Oriplien; E. Backer, J.,Argetainger.
Sullivan- i t .W. Seymour, M. Palmer, Chas, Jaquish.
.shippen•--S. Scranton, J. A. Darling. H. Broughton.
I'ioga Tier --C. W. Loveless, E. Niles, (leo. Hazlett.
Barn- T C. 13. Farr, 0. B. Lowell, F. H. Adams,
Union—A. A. OriStfold, W. Rathbone,J. M. Whitcomb
Weitzbore --J. B. Potter;W;Sinne, N-T. Chahaldr.
Word—Wallace Chase,_B. Seeger. J. W. Kinch.
Westfir/d —Wm. Iltirlburt, A. H. Sayy , s, C. Thompson.
IFeff (field llero—T. C. Sanders. B. Erusen, O. Close.
The Committee passed the following rganint.tonsi
That voters belonging to the Reptibllcan party In
each township and borough shall meet on the PITH
DAY OF AUGUST next, at the sevemlplaces of hold
ing elections at 2 o'clock p. `m„ and proceed to vote
for one person for Congressman, one person for As
sistant Law Judge, one person for Representative; ono
person for Prothonotary, .one person for Treasurer,
one person for - Recorder, one -person for Commiss
ioner, one person for Auditor, and two Delegatea to
the Constitutional Convention in this tionatorial
trict. That the polls he opened at two o'clock p. 111.,
and losed at seven 'clock.
The voting shall be by ballot, written or printed,
and the name of each person voting shalrbe written
on a list at the time of voting, and uo person shall '•be :
all Owed to vote more thatinnce for elein lace.
That one of the board of each atrial:Who shall ber
elected by a majority of each board,WWl rueet-nt the:
Court Rouse in Wellsboro on Friday, 23d .flay of
August next, at one o'cloebp.)Z, havitik tho oertillety.
returns and a list of the voteri.togetber Wifkgthe votes,
cast for each candidate, and the person who ishall have'
the highest number of votes for any office shall balk...-
dared the regular nominee of the Republican party.
Any two or more persons having an equal number of
,votca for the same office, the return judges shall pro•
reed to ballot for a choice; the person having the
highest number of votes to be the nominee.
The return judges shall be competent to reject, by a
majority vote, the returns of any district where there
is evidence of fraud, either he the returns or otherwise.
;And the return judges shall have .power to appoint
conferees -Congressional and Judicial, or either, Battle
rase Islay re ilire4--wheisb llbeinstruetcdto , soppv_t
the person'Who shall have received the higfi r eAt
her of votes cast Air that office in the county. And the
return judges may at their meeting change .tho mode
of selecting candidates, if they are satisfied that a
change is ncc4peary. - Andpe . .rettern judges shall ap
point a Standing Committee for the county fee the en
In case ofl R.:alley in any, board, at the time fired
for opening the polri, the vacancy shall be supplied
'by any member or Members of the vigilance commit
tee who shill be present or in attendance. • - • '
HORTON, ink. IOIIN w. GUERNSEY4_ ,
See'y, - ' • - Chairman.—
July 3, 1812.
Second Malmo4.) Nof the Committee. -
At a meeting of the Republican Comity - Coniinittee
thin 19th day of July, 18711, the following resolutions
were unanimously adopted for the guidance of tile sev
eral Vigilanre Committees:
nesol rot That the several Vigilance Committees ap,.
pointed Ly the County Committee he requested to'
meet promptly, Open the polls at the hour slated, and
return make a fair showing the number of volts given
tits each candidate, and cause the same to be returned
hy one of their number to the Convention following.
And win isms, The manner of young at the several •
tkuship cauelisiii' - has fbeen f llifferenefir different
wnships, and it is desirable to nave a uniformity
4(1044; That ail tickets:shall be singlet. tiektif Pant
lainitig only one name for any one °thee or candidate,
and that each voter shall be entitled to vote ens ticket
for one candidate, for each oßice to be tilled, the same
as mas formerly practiced in the State and County
• Reseircii, That all parnons shall be entitled tq vote at
said Lances who have' heretofore acted -with 'UM Re•
pinilicau party and will Pupport. the ticket to be nom
inated by the Convention tqbe hold.puratiaut to bald
caucuses. •‘,„ '2; , 1
Re.infred, That Republican clubs, be Orgaoized in
each diction dietrlot in the county, and lied the sev
eral Vloilauco,Comtuittees,be authorized a n et request
ed to organize such Oohs, and re pel
1 . - 5 4 1 C 1 Oraa OM -
Hon to the ehnirMnu of th e County f .
We wkil send the AnITATOR from this date
until the close of the campaign, (November
1311 i,) to new subscribers, for FIFTY Claus
IN- ADVANCE. -
Tioq.s, ;JULY 5, IWV.I.
Tlie paper will, during, that time be mainly
devoted-ti the disimssion pf the political
questions o the day, :old the unyielding
support of tilia "Republican principles - and'
Republican noniittees. Believing it. will
prikye an Oleic* A . r nod .cuuse ;
we ask our friends t extending
its intitimice by inc• irculat joy
during the campaign.
As the price'at trinbarely
covers the cost of white paper, prin'i'llw and
mailing, the- cash Mutt accompany:ri n . r.
6olil closed lust Saturday in New 'York a
From all parts of the country come the meal cheer
titrf, %lords of fitwersa for tbc , Ltutdocmyric nemiucea
(tre,le) mid Itlown.—S,lailhO2 POIIOO el.
There you have it. And this is the enter
tainment to whicirftepublicans are asked to
So longer 'lgo than last - April, Min W.
Forney pfedged r As support to General liar
tranft, should he be nominated, in these un
equivocal terms: " Gen. I[artranft, ns ice i
have before said, is a good soldier and a
worthy man, whom we shall, of course, sup
port, should he be selected by our State
The Stokes trial came to an end last week
in New Yotk,,ruulting in the disagreement
of the jury, seven holding him guilty of
murder in thwilist degree and five favoring
a verdict of manslaughter in the - Ibird de
gree. The trouble , :eemed4o arise nn the
- 'lt lv repnrt Prl
that the next trial will be hell in some coon
ty other than Nest:: York. • -
The editor of the Cincinnati Commercial
is a strong supporter 'of the 4 biktge of Chap
paqua, but he can't quite agree with the Dos
tor in his estimate of 'Gratz's neat lqtle . ef
fort at New Haven the other evening. Here
is what Halstead thinti4 of it:.
" Gratz Brown's little speech at New-Ha
en i rattier the most remarkable effort Since
the sympathies of youth' dossed the;
bows of the Mincio,' and exceeds !Andy ,
Johnson's great effort when he was inaugu-'
rated Vice President. We are not surprised
that the cholera morbus folkiwed such ex
treme exertion of the intelleettitd,faCtiltles."
Greeley Republicans! just observe what
the enemies of Republicanism think of the
situation. The ,edi tor, 'of the Dover Dela
ao it is urging Democrii6 to.vole for Gree
" While we have but little confidence in
Greeley, and no respect, for;liis principles or
past record, we have no doubt that he will
be earitpelled to conduct his Admi»Nrutifitz, if
elected, in obedience to the wishes of those to
whom he will be indebted pr hi:s election."
There you , have the NN hole 130 , 3.: •1h in a
There was greate xcitement in Mad id last
Friday because of an attempt to assassinate
the King and Queen of Spain while drMni
home at midnight. Their carriage was fired
upon, but neither of them was hurt. One
of the assassins was immediately killed and
two others captured. The first result of this
attempt is an enthusiastic outburst of sym-
pathetic rejOicing among all . classes. No
doubt the new dynaSty is rendered. all the
stronger by this - foilid outrage.
We print in another column the displayed
head of one of Mr. (ireph - iy's Missouri or
gans., copied as nearly likri the original as
our type will permit. It . ..xill be remember
ed that the editor of this Greeley organ is
the gentleman to whoni Mr. Greeley•rote
a letter of advice hist spring as to the Dem
ocratic nomination. We commend the sen
timents of Mr. Pat. Donau and his Cauca
-I.fid to the intention of every Republican.
" The tree is known by his fruit."
The argument of the demurrer before the
General Term of the New Ydrk Supreme
Court in the Cases of the Tauunany thieves,
Tweed, Connolly and Fields, took place last
week. The point. of the 6murrer is that
the people of the State are not the_ proper
parties plaintiff; that the action should, be
brought by the Board of Super Visors of Neiv
York county. After hearingthe argumepts
the Court adjourned until September, when
the decision will be announced. , Then
question will go to the Court of Appeals.=
Meanwhile the thieves hold the spoils, anti
support Greeley and Gratz:
A little while ago Horake Greeley had a
great (161 to say because a certain political
gentletnan had been engaged in real estate
speculations with Tweed of Tammany Hail.
He thought it was strong evidence of cor
ruption to be found in such company , even
in a business way. What, then, are we to
think when we find Horace Greeley entering
into a partnership with this same Foss Tweed
and with the hardly• le:ss nOtoriouslftithan
iel Sands? And thSt, too, for the purpose
of manufacturing tobacco and cigars of
things in the world! " To smoke is attem
oeratie virtue; to chew is that virtue inten
sified," saith editor Greeley, and then the
man Greeley : Uinta around and joins an
ciation for the express purpose of making
and vending' fine-ctit and, long nines, Aitd
in'eolunany with Bill aweedt 'filifen and
Brethrent", ye whO have always,beiieveti in
the personal purity and sincerity. HOT:10:i
Greeley, read the documentary' prOiit
these facts in another cohininof this (Japer
and see what you , l.hink#outit. .
- .'Raphael -?..ketur4e4,tha, first-chum pirate,i,
Wlto:priewyeanciahace made the . ;neeto retf'
:1 12 e4rtg(tat:Itiokile hiat t Alaturgtiylliek
which he welcomed florace 4teqex to the
deck of the Alabama. Re is reported in the
Itlobile•Register; a leading,,Greel ey. organ; ps
" The cloud-at Wyse biggef • than a
man's hand—kept gathering until it burst at,
Cincinnati. We till looked toward it with
ttnsiety,anit ) ltope. •.-TAke -pi at form i 4
pies adopted there' was hailed with delight.'
In due time .theAlaitinntre qonveptioa Met
tmcl adopted the :So that
is Horace Oteiticy,whtt._ has, einue,,fe,the
Captain or ore Ahipttimr, itiwpot 'lhe'CaPJ
tain of the Alahamti Who ilitorgOine to Gree
' ley. I stand where I 'alWays-, stood. am
an original Greeley man. I prefer, him to,
any war'Democrat "
The caitor of the Catskill (N. Y.) Record
ir isn't feeling tirst-rategliis warm ,weiithei.:
Ile is sadly, cast down-1)1 feet, humiliated,
He has been doing something he is ashaiiied!
Of—soniething he will.regret as' long 'as
lives. This Li the way he' confesses the dis
graceful net (the italics are of s): - • -, •
For nearly twenty-tiVe years we have.
adhered to the fortunes of the Democratic
party, participating - in its triumphs and de
feats, with unswerving and unfaltering dove
tick; , tot txt:day ye per foga 08,wipft,dis,
fut and humiliating act of our life in placing
sit'onr_mast-head the natnes of 'llOrace Gree
ley antril. Gratz Browir Althoughindulg
ing in the belief that the action of the BM=
tiniore. Convention absolves individual DeM
&rats from allegiance to the unnatural n e in-,
illations, we, us the publisher of a party 'or
gam, dutifully sink our personal preferences
and prejudices for the
,publie-good. * ,a "'Mr. Greeley is net our CliZlice. No Dem
eerat eau Vote for Greeley as the, representative
of his principles, but' only! for4fieTtirPose of
assisting to defeat .Grant and his corrupt, ty
rannical military ring. In the election of
Greeley we shall not obtain all thatme want,
,tor all that we believe might have been obtained
lig the election .1 a Democrat." - -
They are nice men to prate about View.
riicnl rings"—these Democratic editors; who
confess themselves the unwilling tools Of a
Miserable faction that they hate and despise.
Mr. Greeley is now the regular I effiocrat
ic candidate for the most important office in
the gift of. the people. He lies already tai.
ken pains to assure us' that the beinoCracy
are not converted from their old heresies and
Villainies, but that in nominating him they
were more Democratic' than ever before.—
What tit means-those who -have read the
Tsibune for the last , few years hardly need.to
lie told. But how Mr. Greeley regards those
renegade Republicans who propoSe to vote
for the Democratic candidate Way not be so
well understeed, : WO therefore quote the
ollowing from his pen, so that each of them
natty look upon his picture, and see himself
as otlers'see : him: "Let hint say what he
will, the triumph of the party to which he
has apostate d is the triumph of oppress-
ion, the disfrar(chisement of a racerthe
branding of our 'ftktlers as knaves or idiots
in proclaiming that all men : have an inalien
able right to life, liberty and the pursuit
of happiness, and that f •3nts derive
their just powers from I i)t, of, the
governed.' Hell from I j'stirred to
demoniac' joy by the *etude Of \ such a
treachery, and every traitorous ruffian o,
in the dark dens of this emporium, gleeful
ly drank health and success to Jeff. Davis
while Lee's guns were thundering at Gettys
burg, or, a few days later, fired draft 'offi
ces and 'devastated orphan asylums in aid
of the rebellion, will now rapturously hair
him " as a companion and a brotheo'.,
A Brown study_
- Since tt Anay-Junnson-;--rup
lor, Alderman, Governor and—for our -sins
—President, was wont to " swing ,around
the circle," leaving the Constitution and the
Flag of our Beloved Country in the bands '
of every irreverent crowd that could be got
together to gape and jeer at a live Presi
dential buffoon, our politics have been some-
What devoid of the element of broad per
sonal burlesque. This ,fact; no doubt, has,
been little regretted by the more judicious;
Wit to.tliat large class of men who prefer a
rearing, farce to the best of high comedy,,it
has been a matter of no Small concern. To
them our political diScussions seemed to be
growing unduly-dignified, - - and they, were
forced to fly fforreliet tKliv,fly fictions
The's° were very good,
to be sure, but they werenot (ll:lite:equal to
the genuine , artiCle. The
, jokers, had, tested.
AndY'agreen-seat, and aftei thatPetrOleumei
bottled cider wasn't just the thing: ,_
But the blessed - rain ; alike übon , the
just and the unjust, and Providence provides
for the merry-minded as well as for the so
ber-sides., 'While the- people were . doing
their lmist to extract what 'fun they might
from good Dr. Greeley's Short-horned Ruta
bagas and Southdown Cucumbers, there
came upon them a sudden great and-.happy
surprise. It teas - like thunder-from a clear
'Sky, and also like the pop of a champagne
cork .`at one of Dr. Greeley's Democratic
dinners—it was surprising, and it was prom
ising to souls athirst for the farcical. The
curtain is drawn back; there is a quick flash
and a rush, a sudden summersault into the
middle of the Saw-dnit 'ring, and there he
stands in all the glories of vermilion and ul
tramarine, grinning and bowing this way
and that to tile astonished spectators. And
.then the fun begins. ,
• He had come all the way from the West,
where the corn is the tallest,. and the mules
—and their fathers—are the biggest in all
Creation, tdentertain adEasterneroWd, and
he succeeded. r He told, them he hadn't been
thereiefore - in twenty-five years, • whereat
there as applause,—because he had stayed
away so long, perhaps. lie told them, "
have been crowned swith one of the most
distinguished bonors," and he proposed to
divide his coronet • with them. Here " a
Voice" cried out,. " Good enough." Good
enough! We should rather think it was good
enough. Why ; it beats Andy-and his Con
stitution all hollow. After this offer to di
tide Crown with•them—and a mighty
liiinlsonie offer it was, too—he went on to
tell \thern what he said they already knew.
""'have stood by the cause of freedom in
its darkest day ; and I may say without arro
gance that 1 have labored for it and 'fought
for it manfully and we.ll."' • We rejoice 'to
say that this noble sentence was greeted
with applause. It was so modest and unas
suming—in short, so like A. Johnson's hap
piest efforts! But let us return td the Gen
tleman of the Crown: "I say, then, that
when I speak to xott isienk,wit 1 frank
ness and fearlessness of one who is conscious
of having been undeviating in ,devotion to
the .great and sublime principle." , Just what
the great and sublime - principle i n ns, does'nt
clearly appear; but we - musn't be too exact
ing of a gentleman who has been crowned.
No doubt the'crowd, understood it for,
they cheered: . 1 The'next sentence 'is' rather
114 and heavy for this hot weather, and so
we paraphrase it. ; The, substance of it is 1
11;tat when the Demneralieparty ives up
everythitilkietha4ACtor 'MIA% thegentle
man et tlinienrol,iet,,i . -'hri paor
givesthe - highest eVideiiee that; hits eifeitWeli'
avert in this countrycf.self-abnegatiOn 'and
patriotic, purpose:" The gentleman is too
huintileVbalf - ;:uledest,y will lie :The death
of him pet., "T'airiotid purpose" is all
right, but. " self-a$ ttegation," forsoothi—
Where is the 'helf-abnegation of accepting
Aljt,3„,4ittlership of a man 't who issopi.
iettliid , g , beeit Undeviating
.111 grew ! and anblinte
'mho Mari labored i axultfllYy,4n d
It , enr of a man who can44:attiiviihtattnr-,
tOgainKt",),, " I have been .040 i fe:ditt.iiitirtif k :!,.
party, great or small, w01ki11t . 4 4,...,..pr0tni1: 7
yes, Sirt . pedud---:if such U.leader?''
ye are grievcd _to %WC,
'Minibns of the Despot in the crowd, for the
t.ll's t thlit-WlieVitfut Arttiofr men
tioned tiie Philadelphia Convention
Giant claquersreliCVed theinses by cheer:
'lig and ehippingtheir liandfi,-• but they. Were.
right, say, we, for linterrtlpting tikf • fun; and
su said-Mr. litode.4ty: That'S right. , I am
glad to sec that, there are 'it' f fetv 106 have
the, ytnikenCe'l4thhile , iitat'Aereis SLR, a
t:lepmbliean party t " .. .That
,settled the hash
of the Minions aforesa id; twe rather reckon.
1 66 ger ,
' Ron blic a n partylthent : - Let, u see; :there
Me "great 'and ' grand * slat eStrietrii" "tire' ,
, lafgest brain: ill " the ablest and,
tiest,",t4 wit, the D.oetor; there is the,,Gen:
tletnatt-whfrhas been . Crowned; ( there is the!
''t great,liwir'ty' 'Might"
, whiCh .
say.s to itself : WO:will V - ote . '". for those genes
tienten i " namely, thew boetorand -.1;" "be;
thefirpi t .he'hqtr'2at;li.tie .
;Then; on the other han4 . 'there is "11.8.:
Grant," 'arid.tliere are aiew "place-holdera
and stipendiaries'Cited-Lthatls'all. Co wonj
der Pantaloon wj94l u i with,l l 4 remark,
.r Ili' iiO`ROOrk,"=tlie VOdeity' 4ra'7l' - erOp
out, yoU',4 I L-"hat I nut - ft ink to 'pay to
you,iliat'isit4;not be, snrprised,if General
grant, in this Contest,- does not.carry three
Stateain the•natiOn." "'Poor - Grant!' What
cult lie expect' o do against a ticket whose
head, is -a -great and grand statetiman," and
who4e - very:tail-hits been croWtted?- I 's
But; even as in the 'days of Aridy, the
" bafie, thick Republican element': :wouldn't
stay snubbed, -and so when-our orator-men
tioned the - nomination of ` t U; S. =Grant"'
ihere - ,were cries, of "Right!"
,This was a
little too much, and Bombatites fired up at
Once: "Right; do yon say? It may seem
right to place-holders and stipendiaries, but
to the great mass of the people of this coun
...tty,; who dO,not yelieve
Men!, in corruption in high places, in car
pct.-bagging, nor in assaults upon our free
institutions, it will never seem right."
Was asqueleher, and it as reeeiVed . nitlt
cheers which mollified our touchy gentle- ,
man Somewhat, and he proceeded in a hap-:
pier frame of mind: " What tiklyou See at
Baltimore?" The _conundrum was-at once
solved by " a voice" , which cried
I nd "A,
funeral !" Whereat there 'Was laughtei‘:
terly disdaining to notice, this impertinent
interruption, • the noble oratok weritiem to
tell how 'the "great party'' .Was, going to
vote for the honest, true and brave,!!
meaning the Doctor and big /. Was hard- .
ly necessary, but it was verykind of this
magnificent gentleman, who had been crown
ed, to avow his Aletermination " to goto the
last ditch" with the Doctor, and ho was prop
erly rewarded for that noble and original
sentiment by " gre . at cheering." And then,
after a few more merry- quips, we are told
'the citizen's dispersed in the best of spir
its." Well,, ‘‘,o should rather think , they
Vight after such a roaring raree-show as
Now• let us see, lyl4ii. the Poctor's personal
organ thinks of all this buffoonery. Here
it is in the IT, *tile's' own words: " The
speech of Guy. 1:1." Grat7, proWtx at Nqw
Haven, yesterilay; on politics,
.• wits a singu
larly . forcible and dispassionate review of
nu 1,-4.,r, ; yonational dee!
UM) • canvass. , The„speaker - seemeu.ttit tb=
nude himself of, all personal interest in-the
contest, and spoke only as a statesman calm
ly, viewing the situation from an capita
point of " Exalted" is good. In
fact, it's all good—almost as good as Brown
on the Crown.
Some three weeks since the Binghamton
Rfpublicati pUblished the Charge that several
months ago Mr. Greeley entered into -an
agreement with a leading Democrat of New
York whereby he - Censented'th becoinci the
candidate Of. ,the party he had all his life
been professing to hate and despise. ;Our
readers will see from the RefiuNican's
which we publish on the -first page of
this paper, that the charge is no vague, gen•
ere' one, but that the date 'and ',circumstan
ces are all giVen, and the " high contract- ,
ing parties" named, with the assurance that
if 'the facts stated are denied by either par
ty., conclusive testimony will he furnished.
But neither of the parties implicated• has
up to this writing undertaken to deny tli44
charges, which are of the most 'specificoli,
rect and damaging character., Mr, .GreeleY
has made several public utterances since
they were put Thrill. He is a man who
hot in the habit of leaving any question nn
answered; but he hasn't yet seen fit to tell
us what -he knows 'about trading for We
Democratic- nomination. Does he fear to
provoke the proof proffered. by the Bing .
hamton editor? It would seem so.
But that gentleman is evidently determin
ed that the parties shall thoroughly under
stand the charges made, so he re-states them
iu Mr. Greeley's favorite mode, as follows:
"In order that the Issue may the more plainly ap
pear, and that they may, have opportunity of denying,
or admitting, or erplaining the' facts, as they shall
prefer, we put those facts as we understand them in
form as follows:
~ 1. That Horace Greeley agree& in October, 1871:
on his own behalf, to be a candidate for President Of
the United States, if Horatio Seymour and the Demo
cratic leaders would support him; and 'held a' times
pondotice on that subject, of which one letter was de
fed October 4, Dal; that Mr. Greeley forendly.recog
nized this agreement, and communicated the fact of
the Democratic position to Reuben t. rented:o4l.o
consented to give his assistance to the'fiChetrui.
*O2. That lioratio Seymour (Who was regarded 161
himself a candidate) and some of the liemocratielead:
qrs subsequently agreed to give air. Greeley ).he
support contlitionallyi That Horatio Seymour cot
municated With Waldo Hutchins on this subject, 1p
reforenee especially to the Cincinnati; ConventioMoJe.
That Hotatio Seymour acknowledged Me correspond.
ence of• himself and 'Hutchins in a'letter dated May 1,
1872, three days before the Cincinnati Convention was
9. That Waldoilutchins responded, and becamea
delegate to that Convention. That the fact of Demo
cratic coalition was Well understood by some of the
delegates to the Cincinnati Convention; and that the
expectation of this Democratic support aided 9r se
cured air: Greeley's nOnlination.
Nowiire propose, if the points we make here are
denied by any one of the persona named, to publish
the testimony of the bolder of the correspondencewo
have mentioned—which correspondence we have seen,
in the handwriting of Horace Greeley and Horatio
Seymour, including accounts of interviews with for 7
ace Greeley and Horatio Seymour, and others; such
testimony , showing, with the evidence .of the letters,
and ample corroborative evidence, the mode in -which
Mr, Greeley and Mr. Seymour were brought together,
and embracing much information of 'fletait• We shall
give Mr. Seymour and Air. Greeley a witness of their
own, who has been provided with 'his certificates 41
character by themselves, and Where they do not dare
to discredit. Shall wohave a response T'
We confess-we knOW nothing of
chargesexcept what 'appeaFs.on: the fli,ce of
them; but there are sonic factA
to corroborate diem. At anyMte, they are
made by a reputable journal In the most
positive manner, and it will hardly,,tlo for
any of the parties to 'stand too long on their
atter. Let' thu,precietis
quartette this country editor to cOnfu
sion; if they can. If they do not; the pub
lic, in view of what has taken place, will be
inclined to believe Ms story true., . ,
Greeley's, Connection with Tweed: ,
„ (Proin'tl , lol.St. *e.g.]
The Chicag o Trilaine has
to deny the act that 'Greeley - 000.eirer mix
ed in any„way With Tweed. Itti ignorance
.of New York jiolities may be some excuse
for its not . being ' aware „that Greeley tried
bard to shield. the puomany - Ripg all lot
rthat his ackn wledge
ic i l lsand Alvard, cimbin ,
t gr: rills in th r 4 a Le n & a a t tu ti re le
oware WNu' - Hut Inns,
Sheriff' Brelitfein,t,'Mo rissey,
Thre arkliot,colou facts,
ma 'Still Witatheard of in t
„:.' Btit f inciie_evide ce is w
lees ,Intimate- personal CO ,
Tweets &Co. here ou hay
and _ certified' copie , acco
sworn af fi davits, of the dee
couTanyi .. H .... s; •, s.. -.! ~ Is -,- ji'
* 1 bT ATE OF NEW ' 'criiii, , O if AN'ti covx
TY OF A NEW YOIIK,, l We, athanl Bands,
f i oses H. Grinnell, ORAC GREELEY,
ainuel...W, Barnar I,t WM., -M.. TWEED,
'O4 Q. Holly, ,II nry Ho dredge, Court.
landt Palmer, ar.,ra d Albe R.:,Yeatou all'
of, thesahliaty, co tyand tate, do here. •
-by certify that we sire to form a`compa-
ny, pursuant tp the zovisio 5 of An - act .of
the Legislataxe of tle ,State I-New York, 1
pass.e4,rePri*y 17, 1848, en itled. 'An act •
to authorize the for nation f 'corporations,
for manufacturing, mining, echanicat, : o r
chemical pqrposes,' and of t 6 .several acts
of the ,said Legisla are -atnending and ex-,
tendingthe provisi ns of said ' act.' • That
the corporatelmunel of the said company is;
Co, be , ',The Tobacco, Manufacturers' .Assb..
elation.' That the ,objects :for which • said
company is to, he, formed, are for matnifac
turingstobaccb.cind cigars by machinery and
otherwise, an for inanufacturing machine.
,ry,h,nd utensils for 4he purposeot 'manufac
turing, tobacco and ,'cigars, and for purchas
ing all the proper stoelc,s, tobacco, materials,
utensilsand maehiery , for. • manufacturing
tobacco, cigaXti ute nsilsand Machinery, and
also sox the fuithei, , purpose of selling the
tobaeco,,eigexs, utensils andtmaehinery E 0
to ale manufactured as afnresaid. , i That the
amount of the capital Stock'of said compa
nyjs to, she 1 0,ne Aundred and, seventy-five
thousand dollars: That the. term of the ex-'
istence of said conipany, is to be fifty years.
That• the- ntimber bf . shares .or whichi said
capital stock is tonsisrisitei.be seventeen •
'-hundred and fifty.' That the number, or the
trustees who WWI: wage the concerns of
`said company for t e first ;year is nine, •and
the names of, sue . trustees- ore , Nathaniel
rids, Moses H. rinnell, Horace Greeley,
Samuel -W. i Barn rd, William M. Tweed,
Itenry Jp. HOliy, eery Holdredge, Court.
1 lariat. ,Palmer, Jr., and : Albert S. Yeaton,
'and that,theopera ions of said company are
lb be carried on in he city, county and State
of New 'York. z D ted New York, April2s ;
, ATH LEL• . SANDS, , ,L:3. -
R. MOSEB L. ;GRINNELL, 1.5...
% BORAC GREELEY,• .'
• I Saba W. BARNARD, L L.B..
• V WILL M. TWEED, 1 . 's L.S.: ..,
-. HENRY . C. , HOLLY,;' ''
• `6' , ... .1110 MY IioLpREDGE,
COURT DT PALMER, Jr. i.e: .
':, . 1 Amaral S. Yual-cal, • - L. e.
Owl , AND CO [ incrir (sr- NEW Yona, as:- On this 25th
day of April.'one thohsand eight hundred raid sev
enty-one, before me personalir appeared Nathaniel
Ban4s. Moses H. (Iri nell, Horace, Greeley. Samuel
W. Barnard, William . Tweed. Henry C. Holly, Hen.
ry Holdredge, Cour ndt Palmer, Jr., and Albert S.
ti t c
.Yeatoo. Mt to mo Illto n tO4 be the mime individuals
described in and who have signed the foregoing car
tillcate, and severally knowledge& to me that they
signed the same for t, e uses and -purposes therein
mentioned. ;, ~ I Phi. 0. fluista.N.
Notary Publig., N. Y. County.
Lay 23, 1871. ,
t STATE or, Naw •YO ',
lona, eat I, Charles
and county, and Cler
State for Bald county,
the aunexod witb the,
don of the Tobacco
file In my office, end
In witness, whereof'
name and affixed my
CITY A.IID Comm os Nat , '
7„oetv, Clark of the said city
of the Eitipreme' Court of said
do certify.that I have compared
original,rortitleato of incorpora-
Ithinufieturera' Asaociatiou on
that the same Is a correct tram
of the • whole of finch- original.
I bard hereunto subscribed my
official seal this 18tti day of April,
Ctiaalmn E. Lonw, Clerk.
DlOoyaltif,.. • , ,
Patriot having undertaken
limn Hartley,• the Demo=
for Ainliter General, was
I e late war, the . Hollidays
lea in the following coneln-
' " Hartl
to deny that Wi
disloyal during t
burg Regigor rep'
sive manner: 1
" The assistant editor of the Harrisburg
Patriot, William Hartley and the editor. of
this paper were 11, raised in the same neigh
borhood, were I. acquainted w ith each oth
er from childho d, and all resided in Bed
ford during the reater portion of the war,,
our friend of,,th , Patriot being, at that time
,t llo rOUgh Rept I ican and Abolitionist., end
a!hrave soldier in the army. Bedford, lip
propottion to it population, contained, more
rebels and rebel ympathizers than atv other.
town, probably, in the State. Through this
ittlnerwa, It mu. unranfa far_a,rec.rnitanz .er
enrolling officer to go througn a great !r
of that c unty—and a number were
shot at„ and a veral murdered: ' William
Hartley was on of the most active and out
spoken of thes sympathizers. Of all the
christian churc es none were more loyal'
than the Metho ists. Hartley was a mem
ber, and he alo g with others got up a strife
in that church on account of 'its loyalty to
the Union, sepayitted from it, and for a long
time, under the ministrations of that old
sympathizing f end' of the traitors, Rev. 'S.
Kepler, held m etings in the court house.—
After Kepler le t for the South 'with other
congenial spirit , Hartley joined the Episce
pal Church. T e bad feeling, shooting and
murder in that ounty were all attributable
to the ieachiu s of Hartley and the other
sympathizers * th treason in - that place.—
Well de we ren ember threats, made in our
presence, by th present assistant editor of
the Patriot ivhi st on .a visit from the army
,t.o his home, to hang Hartley and others for
their outspolte treason , and treasonable
; teachings. Lit e ,did we tlieri think that he
uld ever be foetid On the same side with
H rtley, and supporting him with his pen
fo office. But this is one of the strange,
unaccountable ',hinge resulting from politics.
Hartley ignot entitled to the vote of any per
son wholov the Union or who fought
against his reb lfriends." .
list Known by His Fruit."
" The Tree ,
[Copied from ono
Mr. Orealoy7s Miaaourl Organs
S IS LIBERTY!
spair of the Republic t
The l eonstitution of 1860, and the Rights
' ' ortho'Sfateg • '
i . 1 I lir 'Doctrines. '
'flits is a, Witt e. Man , s 'Goverameut, made
by White Men, . or Whito liieti l and
their Poste ity,- FOrever 2• , ' . •
DOWN WITH THE DIFTERNTH BIIDAIINEDDRNT I
ToW I Repudiation Of the Monstrous Tan
' ice War Daht I—That, /Iccnised, ITncon
, 4itutional Bur den ,ucculnul ated by an Un
constitutional Mob styling/itself 'a Con
gress; in the' procution of an Unconsti
• tutiottal cihsade,; for the accomplishment
Of an. UncOnstitutionel and liarri4 .ThAr
I• • .
DOWN :Wyk' • eNumetatllts , AND TLTATIOki
Sul:ordination ojk the Military to the Mit Authorities!
1 1/ TH THE SATRAPS
Egructi/lizzution , 7?'
• • ,
the Mutes, or
. ANOTHER REBELLION I
R volution must be met by Collate r Revolu
!-4ort •Fgrcel—Yiolenee Arlo
dente!—Att Usurpation should be Over
Itbrown,•if needs be; by the Bayonet!
DOWN WITH TEST OATHS andrEESISTILATIOSS
61'417 - MY rosir:
B. GRATZ BROWN,
with the cor
o defeat every
' honest wood,
in( in this City.
. . OakaLLlalk
e office - :'!at
GRANT ,At. WILSON.
PASSERS, . •
With }Vitralts or any deviro fur all 'parties.
Silk, Bunting auillitusliu Rolla ()fall sizes - Oil , baud
or wade to order, 'Chinese Lanterns Of - all Bizet' and
odyies; Paper Piro Works, Ac., /te. Caini
taiga Clubs tlged at theowest rates st
. 13C LE'S
'CAMPAIGN OT, •
nted 'of Qrec
- it in official
opatile.d , with
11 of a certain
Suit% /672-9 m
; • • •U you want a Wee assortuint 01
FALL ,tNO - ' WINTER GOODS,
111 y ou Want Dreas Good,ot ail Janda
call at BLLDIVIICS Shanty
If you want Bl'k Alpaca, call fur the Grand Dutcheas,
at BALDWIN'S tibanty
.If you want an Ottoman Slum',
Call at BALEIVI2VB Shanty
It you want Ladies fr. Gents' under
call at BApWIN'S Shanty
1; you want notions and trhruningo,
call at BALtiWIN'S Shanty
If you want Furs.
If you want knit 1300d13,
If, you want Hata and caps,
If you 'Rapt Boots audlihoes,
It you pant a set of Dishes,
- salt at BALDWIN'S Shanty
If you want good Teas and Groceries avail,
call at BALDWIN'S Shanty
If you want a ready made suit of clothes.
calf at 13ALDWINli Shanty
If yon want a ault of Clothes le.ara your measure.
at BALRWIN'S Slianty
lf,you want Over Coate,
it you want Buffalo Robea,
call at I3ALDWIN•S Shanty
If_vou want nines that rant be beat ,_ BALD
Cab WIN'S Shanty
We aro anxious to sell these goods before wo leave the
Ofbanty. • T. L. BALDWIN & CO.
Nov. 1, 1871.
y anf now receiving direct nom the Importers a full
1 and Well selected stock of
CHINA AND GLASS WARE
with a good asksortrucut
Table cutlery & Plat 1 Ware;
Table Linen,,JV'aplein,?, Tow
Dry Goods, Clothing',
I will sell at greatly reduced prices to lie room for
a full amicomplete etock of
Table and House Furnishing Goods,
of which I propose hereafter to keep' a full and coin
, ple,to assortment.
April 9, 1879,--tf.
W ELLS BO RO, PA. •
• • E."
• Ai: • who has long been establiand
Gold or 'Silver, Clocks, Jewelry, Gold Maine,
.E.e3rs, Rings, Pins, Pencils, Cases, Gold arid
Steel Pens, Thimbles, Spoons, Razors,
With inset all other articles usually kept in such es•
tablitanonts.'whicliare sold low for
. . ,
Repairing don.? neatly. and promptly, and on short
Jan'.l, 11372-1 y
E it grafted by tho Burgos's and Council of Wells.
born. and it Is hereby authorised by the same.
at theßurgess shall be authorised to impose a tine
not exceeding the sum et ten dollars upon all persona
.whcipermit any nuisance to gqunabated for each day
'after notice has been L. 'lll9=3ON,
July 300872-3 w. , ' Clerk.
49 1.341uth Third Streat,lphia
. 15E10) VOn Oncbuit.
call at pALDWIN'S Shanty
call at BALDWIN'S Shanty
call at BALDWIN'S Shanty
call at I3ALDWIN'S SLztrity
cull ut BAD WIN'S Shunt),
That's . what's the Matter,
' 3fy stock of
in the Jewelry business in
Wellal;toro, has always for sale
various kinds and prices of
&c., &0., &o.
C A S H.
. _ . . Black Silks
/at still lower prices than 1 st season : we have full pieces at $1;1.21 , 1, $1,25, $1,50, $1,75, s2,fiG,
1 $2,25, me% $2,15 per yard.
• Spiing Dress
We shall keep a still larger Stock this year than ever before I , as we now have ample room to show
their Now Goode in this depattmeut received almost daily,
We shall keep in our new gales !loom a try fine stock of Woolens fur men and bops• suits, e. much
I larger stock than we have ever kept.
We have also moved our Hoop Skirt stock up Into our dew sales room, and shall keep a very fine
, i stock of new styles at low prices.
An entice new Asa of spring colors. This Glove is warranted to be equal to any Othqe in the I'llord
' State's either as to 11t or quality., Our stock Is very large indeed.
our regular make, equal in color and quality to any in market, and still told by us without any a,l
.1 Vance in prices, making then the cheapest goods in market.
I' . 1
One or the main advantages to us in opening the NEW SALES ROOM, 1.14 the increased room It gi‘t.
for our Boot and Shoe stock. We are now situated so that we can keep a still L.A.BGEIt STOCK in this
and we shall add new lines of Goods in most desimblf.• makes as our trade calls for them. We shall spll all
work VERY CHEAP and giVe every one that calls on his good pay for their time iu looking at our goods
Corning, May 1, 1872-tf.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY,
C. B, KELLEY
The closest buyers will be eq
i out mon
Corning, , o.pril, 1872. '
WM -1 %7V: Gar
The subsoribors have now in stock in' their •
New r Sales I Room,
$lO, $ll, $1.2 14, $15,.518, $2O, $22, $24, $25, $2B, $2B.
New Spring Shawls
In all the neat desirable styles at the lowest cost arid prices, Alin;
in' great variety. plaids, Stripes, and Sella Calera, in extra qualities
Cloths and Cassinseres.
Nottingham Lace Curtains ill great variety, 2 1 ,1 to 4 yards long, at from $2,'25 to £8 per pair
iby the yard at 37,.;C, 44c, 50p, .52w, 75c
Josephine Kid C-loves.
New' Prints, Nevi Gingharns,
Black Pure 'Mohair,
is now ,
Te assortment itrOomplete
Notions, Fancy i Goods, 4c., &c.
All the people to Tioga Cougty who wish to Inalto ti purellases iu this line arc uyltetl to conic laid
An entire' new Stock
In every department.
awl dOMPAre Prices. -
vinced that this is the place to paY
J. A. PARRONS CO
J. K.. NEWELL,