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C. VAN Oltlan, Editor and, Proprietor.
Wedneaday, Oot. 11, 1871
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET
FOR AUDITOR. GENERAL:
Cot;. DAVID STANTON,
01 , IiEAVER•
c irOß til3llloli GENERAL:
C - ROBE TB. REATH,
DISTRICT TICX,E T.
For PicoWont Judge;
HON. H. W. WILLTAiIii
Hozi. B. B. SPRANG
31111:k: I. MITCHELL
r,,r Ilidriet Attorney,
3 :. STRANG
Fi,r Ae•oainto Judges,
L. I. SMITH,
T. 0. HOLLIS.
A. F. PACKARD
Go to the polls and vote early.
Look at your tioket- before voting.
Vote the straight RePublican tioket.
See that your neighbor goes to the polls
Let every man work, and the resul
will be a GLORIOUS VICTORY!
A DAT IN ArANCE.
We did not expect to issue this num
beruntil after election ; but the quiet
little games of our adversaries require,
tanking, anti we go to press a day in
advance of our usual time. Why we do
so is explained below.
REPUBLICANS ! LOOK OUT FOR MIXED
TICKETS! The Democrats are getting
up a. spurious 'ticket, with the name of
)1 . -: P. Elliott for President Judge, the
other names being those of the Repub
tioan nominees. This mixed ticket will
foiste,l 4,tt many voters, and wit'
:Amin it way tneeced. Be Vigilant.
you have clawless neighbor, who bi
lt6ely t.. l. v ti posed on by %lid' t Tkr,
tool; ttftc.t. lii. Ili:I:M. If nu (toes Vote it,
see it that he votPs with 116 eyes
ft It(' (,!d vatiie is politica, and has
I.l' Oil 1,,e1(11 e now in ti eI(A-ely contelitet
eieetkAl, I_l4 . ltik to tt
There way he other changes made
- and (•tttr la l tio games tried, .of ttLirt
tire- t ognizant ; °Ltnd cve van
""t give III " advice to eveay lieptibU
can tt in ihtehill vote the etraip,ht
See that ',uur State ticket has the
name of David Stanton for Auditor
Genera), lull] that of Robert B. Beath
for Surveyor Ucueral;
That your ticket for Preaident Judge
has the name of Henry W. WitHants;
and that your county ticket has the
names of candidates as they are pub
lished at the head of this column.
Do not swap votes: you cannot gain,
and will be almost sure to lose by It.
We have the strength to win—in
State, district and county. it only re
mains to use it.
Vohniteers, , Bead I
Look I)ut, lio• piasters.
Last week there CRT 6 to light a little
trick, which, though not new, is cer
A friend of ours, who was one of the
first to enlist in 261 f and who went thro'
as at original Buoktail, received thro'
the post office a circular, inclosing ten
paean, five for Gen. M'Candless, and
five for Captain Cooper.
The slips are printed on pink paper,
and are intended to paste over names of
Republican candidates, so that any one
desiring to vote for the Democratic no
minees under a itepublioan heading,
may. do so on the sly. The slips are
prepared like postage stamps, and,
when well licked, are 'warranted to
stick ; though we think Ingst of the ex
soldiers who receive them hereabout
will prefer 1 ' Hotting" the candidates.
The slips aro folded in a neat little
note, of which the following is a copy
" PILILADELPHIA, o,:t 2, 1671
" 31y Dear Sir :—Oh adcount of our foruder
comradeship In tho army, I have the honor to
inclose you a few slips, and, earnestly request
Jour vote and personal Influence at tho enruiniF
.election. Very truly ydurs.
Al'eandiess has mistaken the
locality, in sending these slips to Tioga
No doubt there is here and there a
man who went through 'the war like a
hero, who will veto for ISlTandless and
the party which prolonged the war by
retarding supplies, discouraging enlist
ments, and encouraging the enemy,
while 80,000 'of our best and bravest
were/starving and rotting down in An
But the men who weut through (Jet
tysburg, the Wilderness, from Atlanta
to the Sea, and, worse than all, through
Southern prison pens, will not thank
Clan. M'Candless for his cowardly invi
tation to sneak-hunt the ballot box like
That sort of thing . may take among
bounty jumpers: but our men, who
went into the war without - a thought of ,
pay or bounty, generally vote as they
We have always entertained a rather
favorable optilion of Gen. l‘l'Candless,
as a man. Brits war record was highly
creditable up to the time when he threw
down his sword and declared that " the
post of .honor was the private station ;"
and we are sorry that ho has been in
duced to try this scalawag trick—for it
is nothing else; end th i s word is a De
We hope, for the honor of this coun
ty, that there will not be found a single
,palifer in the ballot boxes.
if any soldier sees it in that light, let
him vote for Bi t Candless and Cooper;
but don't vote a lie, by using paters
under a Republican heading.
And, Geri. Weandless, permit no to
suggest that you have mistaken our
people. You have lost preatig
good. men, by lending yoursel 1
unworthy election trick that wo
little credit to the fifth ward:
You will get some -perhaps
soldiers' votes in this county.
Thank Heaven, ybu wlll'ge,
wore honorably than you ask tl'
!The circular and pastera renal
friend in an envelop biLaring
of William M'Clelland, M. C.
:14th Congressional. district of ,P
vania. As a specimen •al
think it rather noticeable. --
We have only to add: vote. f
Candless and Cooper, if you ki
better ; but don't disgrace your
by voting a pester.
We have had little to say of 1
eerning the rawle.m funds :el
been malting n good portiol
South uninhabitable for Repo
white or blach. preferred
until a few of MI tt hits were
which wore pending in the
States under the I:uklux law;
wished to judge fairly of the o
of the law, under wh kik over
klux outlaws had been arrest
were awaiting trial, in North ti
alone. Not that there, were mu
Fritts in North Corolinu than i
Stated ; there were really less ;
State being more loyal, arrests could be
morelreadily made, and' it wasi not as
certain death' there to testify against a
Koklux gang, as in Mississipi)l or S.
Aready some 41 convictioi
been obtained, ten of the crlmi
ving pleaded guilty; and it see
tain that a large proportion, of
rested will be punished. But t turns
out that many of their were the mis
guided tools of rascally leaders, and.the
latter,•seeing the result, are daily leav
ing the State in terror. The Washing
ton Chronicle has a long editorial,
which every Republican oughtto read,
and from Which we will make Itch ex
tracts as we have room for. After re
counting the outrages which had been
inflicted on loyal people SO th, the
CiPonicle sa,;,-Fi : •
ft was in vain, for months and mMin, that
the3e facto scare laid before Congre s and the m
Northern people. They were etiti - and per..
e l ,
verted br the Kukiux p1e!..3 North a well as
South They acre denied. Ittitaidee ared they
had been started for political effect. _ * ' * •
Tito Northern people Nvero roared to see the
danger that threatened the country, a d at last
Congress pas-cd shat is called the Kukiux act.
This was not daoe however until elisctiona In
whole States had been darried by link nx intim
idation unit violence. It was not done until
thousands of good citizens of the SanterkStates
bad been scourged and maimed, and hundreds
murdered on account of their politica opinions.
These scourged and murdered citizens were pot
Democrats. They were not traitors to their
country. They were not unrepentan rebels.—
flat they were loyal, and were wlaippeki for it.—
ney icced their country supremely, an they died
for it. Their blood, " like that of aorificing
Aber?, cries even from the tongueless caverns of
the earth" for retribution and for punishment.
A fritnd, writing us front Raleigh, while the
litthlux trials were going forwaXd, says i :
" 1 ivitoesred the sentencing of Shotwell and
his cnnfederatex in crime. f a ,stranger had
walked into the court room while the ,`ledge was
delivering hrs response to the appeal for mercy
011 the part of the defendant's counsel, ho would
have been nt a h 93 to Ilogigmrto the prisoner, for
the Democratic statesmen and lawyers present
looked no guilty. They were about r witness
tho sudden and unexpected downfall o their po
litical attic:, They sat there to see o nveyecl to
a felon's cell, members of a band o assassins
which they had assisted in organizing, whose
crimes they had palliated and excused, and from
whose operations they expeoted to p i rfit. Al)
could see that their consciences smote hem, ang,
many felt that, instead of the snore igtrant aniti
loss influential members of the ans, these, In
justice, ought to take the road to prisal.'?
Every one knows that Enktuxism weld never
have existed to ani• extent but for the active aid
given it by the DeUmeratie lekders of the coun•
try. This brood of scorpions and star senLs was
batched In Tammany, and lot loose upon the
Southern States, with the consent an motion
of thu Southern Democratic leaders. The sole
ohjeet 1411 A, and le, power.
Our Raleigh friend is right. Tho g eat crimi
nals, who deserve most to be punishe , are the
Democratic lenders. Tho murderer in broad
cloth is worse, if possible, than the In .rderor in
rags. The former usually plans cooly and dd
liberately. Ho has others to commit brimes by
his order, which are to hoist him t0 1.,i plaeo and
power. But the latter, often an igno nt, as ho
Is always a vicious instrument, receives his or
ders' thinks his whisky, chews his tobacco, puts
on his disguise, mounts his horse, goes out at
night, aad whips, terrifies, maims, bursts, drowns,
murders, and returns to: his home, fool ng ho has
done a good for his party. Be more to do
thisv , '
',,t. If ho does not do it, some me.. er of the
den kill him. That i 3 part of
which the !micro preparcci.
We trust more of the leaders will b
and thnt retributive justice will deice,
the courts upon this whole brood of e
With the exception of them
well, non?, of the convicted on
ed lender:;. The rest aro for
part poor farmers, such as In
mountain coves in the wester
The ,iireeman's Journal and
Regiater, printed in New Yor:
admitted to be pretty_ good
authority, and in the 213th
number of that paper we find ;
which so freely and' boldly
the pernicious and anti-repnblean dog
mas of the Romish Church, -that we
feel impelled ly a sense of duty to the
TM bl ic to print such extracts aS we have
room for. And we ask every reading
man and won an to read care ully and
weigh impartially this openl " i avowed
claim that the children of Ca holic pa
rents shall only receive such dUcation
as can lie given them with a s rong in
filtration of Itomanism . "El her they
must he educated for the bigoted tools
of the Romish Church, or they shall
remain in ignorance," is the urden of
that pontifical song. Perhap • Ameri
cans will consider theruselve entitled
to decide whether such a class of train
ed bigots are to grow up in th l eir midst
as a part of the hndy politic. The Jour
nal says :
Tlic; dhy is soon cowing when the ,•yes of Ca
tholics will be opened wide to the fee that school
ha traction for Catholic children met be, not in
directly, bar directly, tinder Catholic direction--
reNgion—tropcherc,—in their comingin, in their
going out, on the walls of their sehotil rooms; on
the lips, as well as in the hearts, of ail their tea
chers ; incorporated it all their forgone, and
taught as the dutyrest to be praqticed every
hour. Even , with all this, Catholloi will have
enough of solicitude, if they know their.duties,
in regard to their children, in this agb of contra
diction, of materialism, of sensuality, and of
'false directions. I
Tho Catbolio Church has, long ago/ by the di
rections of the Vicar of Christ, rope ted contin
ually, to dull ears and sluggish hoartS, said that
no Instruction'ought to be given to t i he children
of Catholics, except such as was under the inspi
rations and instructions of the Cathdlio Church.
This undeniable tenohing of - the Cathblio Church
can bo put Into several forms :
let Form : Let no instruction be itven to the,
Children of Catholics, that Is not permeated by
the positive religious tertelling_e—dilmse and
practice of the Catholic religion.
2d Form : If you cannot give the l i ildren of
Catholics school instruotion under the direot aus
pices of the Catholic) religion—dogmai t s and prao
thorn have no seoular ins ruotiodt in
This may seem startll neither m re , to some o
( f our easy
'going Catholics. But it s,nor less
than the substance of the,proposition set forth as
form Ist, which the Vicar of Christ, teaching the
Universal Church, has uttered over and over
These thoughts we had meditated,: hoping to
have made them a pendant to an offiotal promul
gation from an American Caiholie l dignitary,
whose official sanction would have !given them
greater weight. A vague rumor bad told us that
a high ecclesiastical prelate was about to issue
his command for hts diocese—in order, to deliver
his soul from responsibility for the blood of the
souls of the 1 the ones that is poured out at tb•
top of many rif the streets or-his arehleoptsoopal
city—that, henoeforth„lit CritiNic could, willunt
km=ll4,oBl' sure, MO.' ft. Child , of his. to an
achool i lin the :spity.4 izeekt t l tt.a Who*.
116 school. Ms conautatal, As'errteVisitfisaca,tik
the'.votle:of the af!hoHc assireb,l**6l. by
Mar of :Chtiot,loll ock'doutit hto4ot6-'litterigi
What we WIC interideir ale 41` , - arghtrie*Wiltif,
public; must, now, be taken as "a '
in the desert;'--it is, indeed, in. duel / The'
desert is composed, here in New York, , of 'tens of
thousands of gallant follows, sons of Catholics;
and who do not know how to say anY triyer; dor
do they know how many. persons there are in Lisa
holy Trinity ! Who is responsible for this ?
We, partly We have not done near all we
could bare done. But we render heartfelt thank
to Hod that we have never 'been bilidened eltlf
Official 'responsibility for allock—tri thili %fa
cy 'white-robed, in their youth abandoned.
We believe in the largest (individual)
religious freedom. But we should not.
therefore feel under obligatietni3 to
(lure or endorse thugism. Nor do we
recognise the religious freedom
has, for 900 years, been the exponent of
religious slavery. Au order 'or Chiuch'
which assumes the right to dictate im
perionslyltt all matters of religious be
lief, and to hold the very souls of twin
in its control, not only here•but in : the
hereafter, is an outrage on the plain
common sense that should rule a repub
lic. And if any one knows of any
country, where Rome has 'had the or
dering of schools, anti has turned 'its
teachings in a republican direction,, we,
'should like to read that page of history.
, • ~Nvo
[ r MO
fain l ly
I to wait
The rotten fingers
,of Rrnnanism are
just losing their grip on the awakening
nations of Europe, and the, attempt to
get a death-grip on our young republio
is meeting with startling success, part
ly through the supineness of our easy
going .people, but more through the cor
rupt pandering of halter-deservingpol•
Melons, to whom that format religion'.
is best which they can best use. We
care not what a man's reitglon may be,'
do that he is content to enjoy itin peal*
and leave his neighbors to the enjoy-0
went of the like privilege., '
But this nation has a rlght j to seothat
every American child'has,a broa4,,free t
elementary, education, unmixed with
sectarianism; : also, to niake that isluca
t lon Compulsory k".-1113(1,430,14!ng_ipf1ei...
ably the doctrine of religious free—
dom, it follows that the nation.4llo,
"right to put down, whatever. interferes
with it: Now, is it not a fundamental
ruts. of: the Both Church to detiy
gloua freedom 9 Will any intelligent
man deny St?
Some of the lealingdagilep ha*kbeen
•agitating_ the siibject Of appointiiig.eic
rebels to lucrative offices, and the mat.:
ter is .being looked into pretty. Sharioly.
Pre,siden t- Grant was, lately_ appealed. to
on the subject, and hi declared at once
that " i f well authenticated oases of, the
appointment of rebels or rebel sympa
thizeis:to- the Departments in Wash
-1110-M Were brought to' him,
aet in the matter promptly, and that
such persons should be remov,ed aOnce.
The President remarked that he desired
of course to leave the management of
Ithe department affairs to the members
Of his Cabinet, but that if any of qiem
had nrade the objectionable'
ments charged, and had discriminated
as Mleged against honorably discharged
Uion soldiers in making those
pointment 3, ho would demand the re
moval of those appointees, let the con
sequences to the offleers,who appointed
them be what they might."
This La right. .;We entertain no bit.
terness against an ex-rebel who honest
ly and fully acceptethe - sitUitlith ; bilt
we don't want to see him appointed to
a inciative office NV bile A disabled Un
ion soldieg equally competent, is left
to hobble off to a Soldiers' Home - for a
The Mormon Bubble is in a fair way
of being pretty effectually pricked, at
last.. It was known sometime ago that
a plan was in contemplation for arrest
ing Brigham Young rind trying him un
der the laws for adultery ; whereupon
the official organ at - Salt Lake made the
grandiloquent announcement that,
while President Young would respect a
summons, he would not submit to ar
On the 2d instant, however, U. States
Marshal Polk arrested his Polygamio
Excellency, on a charge of lewdly and
licentiously cohabiting with sixteen
different women. Brigham is sick and'
can't attend, but he is held a prisoner
in his own house, under; oharge-of a
deputy Marshal ; and it looks just now,
as though he is destined to be held rig
idly to his trial, which can have but
one result. And, if the laws belnfleX-,
.ibly adhered te in his 'case, It will he
the death blow of Mormonism.
It strikes us that a good: I deal of un—
necessary fuss is made_ over the One
term question. The principle may be
well enough, and it is likely that we
have competent statesmen enough to
go around on the one-term primiPla, so
far as the Presidency is concerned. But
it Is well enough to remember that onr
one-term Presidents have not been po
litical Successes, to any encouraging ea
tent. Any one of our' two-term Preal
-del t41_ .., w• will compare quite raiorablY with
ire Buchanan, or Johnson.
We believe neither of these four, could
have managed a -- itpelection of himself .
to the presidential chair; and Pei:hap?,
the . people may, e trusted to say, whet-.
ther ft.:public s rvant who has served
well Is wanted for a second term:
George 0. Evans, the swindling Col
lector, has been arrested in Newi York
on a requisition from Governor .Geary,
and taken before Judge M'Cunn. Ev,
ens when he ran away from Pennsyl
vania, naturally gravitated to the Tam
many thieves in New York, and they
did their best to secrete and keep him
out of the hands of justice.
To have Evans brought back on the
requisition of a Republican Governor,
tried before a Republican judge, and
punished with the sanction of the en
tire Republican party, was taking the
wind out cif Democratic sails at a ruin
ous rate. Evans was not wanted' in
this State—by the Democracy until
after election. He was a trump rd to
play off against Tamniany. It as in
vain that ive 'Protested %against h rbor
ing or aiding him in any way to ' vade
justice. In vain we declared ti t we
only desired to get hold of and ) Wish
him. If we made an example of Ev
ane, what was to become of the stock
In trade on which such papers as the
Harrisburg Patriot base" political spec
ulations? No; Evans must be' kept
out of the hand's of justice, at any coat
of money or principle. A large reward
was offered for his arrest, and, stimula
ted by this; the detectives succeeded" in
arresting himand taking him before a
Democratic:lodge in New York.; .
Can Erni , man tell why the patty
which has been denouncing Evans
throughout the campaign, Et 10 " ata BO
a to kCep him from 1p just tklal
ink r ilshuieutT 'Yes; Alin. The
A •iy do snot,, 4Wii* '%lOll,
,tikjuatice, and for 4014
at t •
why Judge 014
pliantlool of Tammany; , , Drettir4 the
case - Of Evans froni:thelienob, is very
well explained in the Harrisburg Tsis
graph /,,,arld we.propoltlt i I t o,unote from.
its editerial of-the 0 Itibtfiiit'Ctibughte
; ter, and shi . 4w why we 2carkuut, v - as,ye*
get hold of Evans and bring him, to to
strict account. The Telegraph .saya : ,
''" The - defaulter and fugitive was a
Republican. An iin portant,: election
was pending. The Democracy:were
jubilant, anticipatibn ot the adVan
tage to be: derived from a furious denun
ciation, cirthe Republican dricolual.—
Butt their hopes were instantly wither
‘ed by the universal demand of The Re
publican-press, Politicians 'and - people,
for the arrest end punishment of the
culprit. Foiled and disappointed by
this - unexpected turn .of affairs , , the a
droit and unscrupulous chairman 'of the
State Central Committee of the Demo
cratic party of Pennsylvania conceived
a dark and desperate schemete assist
his Party.. 'Several Republicans of pro
mineqce were denounced byl-the Dem
ocratio press as partnere in guilt with
Evans. Time and the courts of justice
will pass on that question, and to these
we leave this. part of this strange histo
ry. . But, it is impossible to deny that
their inexcusable defense of Evans's
theftjbefore a warrant for his arrest was
issued, and their otherwise inexplicit
, ble seal ~and ,anxiety to °protect him
since, give more color to, these- charges
than the respectability or general truth
, fulness of their accusers. -
" "Let what may! be the reasons for
their conduct the ablei =unscrupulous
leader of - - the Democracy was. , quiok_to
dated their nervousness and anxiety to.'
smother investigation. Negotiations .
were Straightwayupenc 1:717, which the
. afoieittid'Dimocratio lea ner CoVihilinted
to prevent the arrest of Evans, and'the
'dreaded - exposure of his allegedaccopV
pliocis on.oondition that these itophea..
tedsPublicans should exert. their in
amino° for. the election of the
erotic ticket. The ugly bargain was
soon closed. Evans lied to the one ref? i
up-which the Demooraey 'held abaci-
ted to.hgte the rogue, and they .41 On/
Thus.for three weeks, justlce..waafoiled.,
Security for a time begot its usual folly.
The culprit, mistaking the condition of
.alikire, at last ventured , to - come, from
his hiding place and the Viggo* de,
Waives,' incited by 'a heaYY.rerard,
pOnneed On him. • ltrtita sonftstd4l cilyer
'Ms arrEst,' judge IPOutin, - Ititirtmattiet
moat pliant toot ofaU the took It UM
foratapapurrosai hattottied 4p-iota- of
ilab4aB ,corpus I 41 r a bearing, for
'forin'ii - sakeithli Jai& was oh the point
Of discharging Evans, when his conn-
Sel'deciaidd his desire to - havelhe Wt.
est investigatiopt, au tl„ tcl. 'this end, ask.
ed the court tifiretain his client under
its jurisdiction, and adjourn the hearifig
until noon the following day. This
was a trick to keep Evans in the pqwer
of M'Ounn, for fear his wonld - bi arrest
ed again and fall uniittr the jurisdidtion
of somw-one _else.lind no ono ; else,
even on the bench . of New Xork,, wae.
eapabke of the monstrods`wl'onewhiew
ill'Cunh was ordered to'perpetrate, and
Will'Yet perpetrate, to oblige his mas-*
At noon the, following day . F.vans ap
.peared,.wlth a ;printedbook, id Which
his defense Wits elaborated. • M'Cunn,
with amusing gravity listened - to a la
bored defense of the defaulter as to his
crime; with which qdestion the court
had nothing to do. Andon the conclu,
sion of the ex parte examination was
about discharging the prisoner; 4n the
teeth of the warrant for his a rrest, the
requisition on Gov. Hoffman, and the
endorsement of that Govern,or granting
the request, after a heaozg qa full as
that bqfore .AllOunn !
" The only thing left for the .ofticers
thdrelieldedbf theirlagialk held prifr
one was to demand an adjournment
- until couunei cuum De noun: ueuair
of our Commonwealth. This request'
lil'Cunn dared not refuse, but in grant
ing it he did , the work:of those who
" The Demodatic managers of Penn
sylvania intend to keep Evans out of
our courts until after the election 1 We
want to try him for his crimes, and if
possible recover the money he has filch
ed from the people. The Democratic
leaders, oaring nothing for the people
or their rights, have determined to hold
Evans under their wing until after the
second Tuesday of October, to see what .
the Republican traitors, acting through .
the 'temperance reform' movement, can
do in fulfillment of their promise to de
feat the Republican party on that day I
If they succeed, Evans and his confed
erates are safe under a Democratic Le
gislature, that will order a willing De
mooratio Auditor General to audit that
defaulter's accounts in conformity with
his. wishes _and the nooasiage of Ms
partners in crime. And a Democrat! ,
Legislature `will not deal harshly with
any gentian:lab whose efforts were of
value in making it Demo c ratic.
"The Case o ff Evans is adjourned to
Saturday October. 7. . Lengthy: argu
ments, will then be made, before 'the
court. .11IYOunn_ affect' to require
time to makeup his decision - already
Made:. • Theban will LW agtdri ltdjOuthz I
ed for a week.' In the mean time our,
election Ina be over- 3 -and Vallaoe's
paw the cotarpirabg to Chad /attics
.forirbe l fulfflisd I • '
" RePublicans Of Pennsylvania! do
you riot see the 'open, palpable crime by
which pour defeat is contemplated and
arranged? How can any Republican.
longer open his ! ears, to the, blatant, ,fel- t
lows, who. under a mark' a moral re
form,' and under the pity of 'prominent
Democrats, - ar e going about urging
them to desert their party for a fraud
which is detigned to elect the Democrat,
to State ticket and Legislature, and that
alone, lin fu/fidinaent of the moat ecgrabt
and criminal cOneVrack that
liOl - 14as ever deeded I't'' • ' • •
Observe ! We do not seek' to einem
Evans—we only ask.his rendition and
fair trial.: Now, Who doeergereen him,
and for whatipbrposer • ' ••
- Mayor Hall has been oited to' "appear
before .instiVe'Dikly , , to answer 'charges
of swindling and'einhe?..kifireisit'ef the
public monies. lEfe'ansWertc . 'bi attoi
noyt that Jusileely basin° juriadie.
thin. in the cas e , an d : that lie (Hall) can
only be proceeded- a gainst In a higher
court, for malfeasance -in °Moe. ' .
The .00minittee are after the Tamale,
ny rogues in' earnest, and shoW no die.
position as yet to let up. The IVibusi
wants them forced to disgorge, which
is sensible, and aboyiktne qnly punish- : „
meat they fear. And another good
point recently made by the - Trfbune, in
view of the Ring's attempts 'to' incite a'
riot; was its comparison of Nei York
affairs to those of, San Francisco, and a'
hint' of the same remedies which the .
citizens of the latter , city adopted to
clear the moral atmosphere. •
Only get out a large body of-N. York
business men, and call it something be
sides a mob, and we 'dare say recruits
might be obtained at the Tribune Office.
Itpcbefort,. the Communist, has been
tried,,and sentenced to transportatimi
for life. We have no space to give even
a summarY.of. the French trials of
Communists; they would fill, a volume,
even if condensed : but
,those who rea d .
tbeth carefully May possibly agree with
us in what we said last whiter, i. e.,
that whatever there.was of true repub
licanism in France, was Tested in the
Connnunbts. - . .
JAC/LA.02 1 744 Xeenb U., Sept. 26tb, 1;74 1 ,
Mary .1413eeksoihi poly epld inflY.l E. and '! Baur:,
line` M. Tailienim, died or dyilatiy, 7igid'otie"
4„.l..nanaus CLAiftk: We - are infiirmed. that:- Abe
most persistent and- Unyielding Aittlisa, private
citixens whohave.cdalma vs. the llritieh riovern:
-anent are Dr. J.... 9, Ayer.ir,Co., of LoWell t .lidasi r
the manufacturers of Medicines. They will con
sent to nothing less than that their demand for,
medicines destroyed by the British, pirates - shall
be pp.! , in gold - Mid in deli:trate the last' cent.
They are e oblennd-by the'fact • that 'the de l ...
etruptlon of heir aithillA by the Ing/iShin China
'andelsesvh elfOr where are tie.t• that trouble=
'brae nation trampling 'upon somebody?) have
hitherto bee paid in full, and they note, say that
they shall bl. They however propose this com
promise : rive us Callpla and we .wlll oil it
even, been , -0 :wp . ,p_ilu then send our remedies
there witho t duty. [Washington News. ..
When a discoverer in any soiehtitle •subject,.
asks the co.operation 'of the learned in science,
to teat the merit and truth of his discovery by
severe teat and practical results, and then to In
dorse and recommend it, it is fair to presume it
is valuable foi the purpose intended. Stich has
been the course pursued by, Messrs. Hall & Co.,
proprietors of Rail's Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Renewer. ' And all those who havelested it,
(among whoni we may mention Dr: A.A. Hayes
and B. Dana Rayes, : phemlst,s; and State Assay
ers of Massaebusetts; Walter Burnham, M.
Prof. otattrgery in , Pentt , 'University, Made).
phial; Geo. Gray, M. D,,Professor of Anatomy
and Physiology) assert it Is the best preparation
in use for all ; cutaneous, ditiases of the scalp.
Restores gray, hair to its original color, pimiento
the hair from falling Out, Creates a new growth,
It is certainly worthy of a trial. '
Netcbaryport 'Herald of Gospet Liberty.
nce . XXlir.OU
IVEISS, S. riupeON, Prof. of Blioitttoit
"vriU Read in •
..BOWEN 1" CONE'S HALL;"`
Friday evening, Odloher U. Doors open at l iri
o'clock. Readinge:toloinmenoe at B.o'clook.--
Admittance 26 cents: Reserved Seats 95 cents.
Tickets can be proeurad at the
• - •
1. Twenty-fourth Bible.
2. Pdetry—Wovva Days
. Blether and, P0et,. ..,... 111,rs.Browaing•
An , Order fora BOn.re Alloo,Cary.
'4,0:- ?pitman and Thishe;..: ... Sex.
7. Langly Lane,..., Robert Bnoluman.
•8. Bono of Ivry " Macaulay.
9. Ralf. Lee s t ro L d Mink* aray..-1 - •.. -
101 Vegend,of firegene....:Adelaide - Proctor. •
11: , Over the River Miss Priest.
12. Mies Maloney on. tho.phloolo Question,.
is. Hai4aah Jane, I%;.v.Poirolento V. Neatly.
Cot. 1271.4 t. . • -
FOR BALE-AM *Of latiaOivelti Daerdeld
township ilOTio - ree Iniprotod:: .fletd farm
liar on the Road leedineroin Otoeola to.Wells
bdro, Si miles from We' former pled°. Piloe $3O
Inqnite of the anbilortztbtorallityre
o ,et : A 4, 1871.
MBA , undersigned will contract with respon
eible partiel for the clearing and grubbing
of thegromide set aside , for the Wellsboro and
I.oranceville Railroad nor Artttim; distance,
Ilkittlive miles. Also •foif the , elearlas along
the_ potato road from Wellehoro to Antrim as far
th6Blll Brook Coal Company's lends extend.
' ' ce,4o/±4AI3 BARIUM, Agent,
• Antrim Coal Mines.-
Antrim, Pa., October. 2, 1871-2w.,'
• . For Sale:
4,PLOORof 100 choice Merino Sheep at
- • .s2,so.per head, . C. B. HOYT.
goeola, Tioga Co., Pa., Oct. 11, 1871.
Gen'l Insurance Agency
KNOXVILLE, TIOGA CO., PA
Life, Fire, and Accidental.
Asseto over $24,000,000,
ASSETS OP COMPANIES.
Ins. Co. of North Ankesioa, Pa $8,060,626 60
Franklin Piro Ins. Co. of Phila, Pa, 8,087,452
Forth 13 iltiettfilOteroAntile Ins. Co.
of London and Fdinburg,- • 10,000,000
North Amer.,Fire Ins. co. of N..Y. • 600,000
Niagars-Firo Ins. 0°44 N . 1,000,0,00
igiiteiefialat. Fire he. QO l York, PA, 80,889
Ph ai n i: Idle O. of Hart
ord, (I°n 5081,970 60
Penn'sk Cattle Ina. Co. of Pottsville. 600,000 00
'Total ...... MATlVnirei
insurance promptly eirected,by mail pr other.
wise,' on all kinds of lirri•perty. 'All . lollies
promptly adjusted and paid. Live stook Instr.
againstdeath„ Ere or theft.
'I am also agent for the Ander Ere Inc Co.
of Cincinnati. Capital, $1,600,000. •
All communications promptly attendeCto
Maw/A *sin Street, Ed door above Charoh
Pa. ' WILD. 0111T.11
' April2s,!ls7l—tf. Agent.
I.l, l f4lqpose to sale, on the promisee, in
•alonekn i rf, on the 80th day of September,
le I, the undittitd: 0100011 k of. the following
diet/AM property • •
Lotll known and designated ai Nns. , one , and
tiro in block number Ave in the geld village of
. Bleieburg, lying on.tho west nide of Williamson ,
'treat, being 125 feet in front on, said 'street,
and about 180 feet in depth, as ,
by the map of
3,1 f. Galion's addition to the, village of Blocs.
burg; with a frame Mute, trims barn and frult
trees thereon. Terme: one fourth, on confirm:
Orin of, sale, and the balance in two equal an
—Vie 'above sale ;id plieltpogit; to Octet= WI,
1871, atll o'clock A. bi.
• • , • . 4. G. ARGHTSINGgR.
Real - Estate For 'Salo." ..
ONE ROUSH AND LOT. on State street, on.
tirely new, finished nicely throughout...-.
Cottage style. Terms easy.
One lot on State street, upon which • a house
is being built.
Ten lots on Meade' street. •
Four hundred acres of timber land In Delmar.
'Also, a splendid dairy farm in Delmar, sou—,
taming 876 acres. Inquire of
--,./nne-21; IE7I tf -' - WRIGHT A BAILEY. •
The °onlineions of an Invalid.
pimionin as a warning and for the benefit of
Vida and others,Jwbo suffer from Nervous
debiltr e tic, supplying Ina stuns QS eat! onaL
Written by one who cured bimsel. and sent free on
l'ioalttn a post—paid directed envelope,%
Addre . ifs.eamas. Minus, arcroklynt
i.. „.k , z ,„ & •
!hoary Goods! -2
tif e nAls, l 4l TO 1 0 ,lvt. 411 4 11 !
fa sulsolltp 7 ,t z'
t r I
Fancy Goods, Parasols, Gloves,
oho lo sealing Wien!, low H
in and leo tho ow, good,; - -
•• Oct. /1, /671. tf. Mrs. C. ' P. SMITH.
af be Immo
on • .etnod,yn•
, none will
10 or. non
WELLSOO!IO GRADED SCHOOL,
A. C. WINTERS, A. M., Principal.
Mra.,s. HART, Preceptress.
T. 11. EDWARDS, B, E.
B. 0. WHEELER, B. E.
Miss H. DARTT, M. - E.
" .RATE REYNOLDS, M. E.
• " IDA STODDARD, B. E.
Mica ANNA GILLETT,
CHAR. 0. THOMPSON, Prof. of Drawing.
Miss 11. W. TODD, Inst. and Vocal Music.
' TUITION. •
(Free to all residents of the Borough.)
Cosnuon English $6,00. • - Higher $7,00.
• : NXTRAti...
French,' German; Latin, •Fach, $l,OO.
' Itallan k s2,oo, Instrumental Eluaie,...slo,oo.
Drawing in olasiee, $B,OO, private,...s3,oo.
011 Painting $lO,OO.
Fall' term opens Bisptember 11187 E ,
•;. 4 4 JNO. T. MITOBBLL,..BsoPy.
Wellaboro *us. 18, 1871. ' , .
QDASANTINE, NEW YOBS.
D:-H. Diesel, Physielan•in.Ohief of the
Hospital Ship "Saloon," Quarantine, New York
Harbor, writes: have given. your NRablare
HErta Bursae to convalescents in Hospital with
good resnitc, and-bellevo them to be a good Ton
io Bitters, well adapted to all cases requiring
Suoh is the testimoby of Physicians ie every
section of the country, Tio prejudice abating
against patent medicines geuraily is. removed,
and KLlfilatell Hans ihrratis is acoepted by tho
profusion as supply ing alrantioug
One:Rolla per Zottle. • :' ;• • •
-Out 4,1871-1 m ~, - - • . • •
f• fore ezistbg - between, Isis* and Prank
Beats is this derdittelted by mutual consent.
'The Wisher" - Foundry will hereafter be con'
&toted by the sub;, riber, on hip personal curve.
The beekeloill remain at the counting room of
the foundry for thirty days, and all persons in.
lebted are requested to - call and settle by cash
et immlnott note. ' ISAAC 'BEARS.
October 4, 1871 4t ;
HE following leotureti.have hien engaged
for the Hermato Lecture Course for the en
DIENDELssoIIN lUTINTETTE CLIIII, Nov. 80, 18T1.
(main WILL/AM CURTIS Yob. 12. MS
, ANNA E. DICKINSON ' March 4,187!'
EDWIN H. OHAP/N
NON. IVILEIAM pAESONS
PETROLEUM V. &ABET
GEORGE VANDENHOPP ...
HENRY WARD BEHOEBR.
M. F. ELLIOTT, Preet.
JOHN I. MITCHELL,
JEROME B. POTTER,
J. H. BOSARD,
Sept 27,1871 tf Managers,
„ : 405 THE GREAT CAUSE
- -1-IX-72A A. 24 1 4 ,1 XRI LITCY; '
J'ass Puttiolia, in 'a sow Zincsisict. itict six cents.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and Radical
cure of Seminal Weaknen, or Bpsrmstorrinea, induced
by Beltabnee, Involuntary Bmiselonr,lmpotency,Ner.
you Debility, and Impediments to Marriage generally;
consumption, Spilepsy, and Rita; - Mental and Physical
Incapacity, &e.—By 808. 3. CULVERWELL, M. D.,
author of the "Green Book' , &o.
The World-renowned author, in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves from hie own experience that the
awful consequences of Belf-Abuse may be effectually
removed without medicine, and without dangerous
surgical operations, boogies, instruments, rings, or
cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter what
his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply,
privately and radleally. This lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
Bent under seal, in a plain envelope to any address,
on receipt of sir cents, or two postage stamps, by ad.
dragging the publishers.
Also, DR. 00'LVERWELL'S "Marriage Guide, price
26 *cents,. Address the Publishers.
01/Al3. J.O. KUNZ & CO.,
127 Broadway, New York ,Post-041ce Box 4,680.
Combined Clover Thresher
- and Separator. -
THIS machine is run by , eight horses with
apparent sue, and requires 'but few bands
to work it. It has no_eqmplicated parts, hence
no breattages'and eonsequent delay MA capon
des. No man eau feed it faster tha " its ability
to thresh, separate, hull and clean in a moat
thorough manner. For style of ftle and grace
ful appearance it has . no equal. t threshes the
balk from the straw, separates ' straw from
lb. chaff. hull, the seed from thd and clean:
the seed for market all at one op tion. Oapa.
oily : from 20 to 00 bushels of see per day.
Manifictruud by the ,Birdsell Manufacturing
Company, 'South Bend, 'lndiana. Oor-firther
' particulars, send to the manufacturers or their
agent for the Mover Lsaf, a paper which gives
fall pa:tiniere in regard to the 'machine, and
has many valuable suggestions relative to the
raising of the clover erop. .Apply to
W. J. MANN,
• Mouth of Mill Creek, Tioga; co:, Pa.
'Sept 2', 1871 Sm
Administrators' Notice. •
1 JITTERS OP ADIAINISTRATION having
jj been granted to the undersigned on the es
tate of Charles H. Hertel, deceased, late of the
townebip o of Riohmond, all persons indebted to
said estate and those having claims against it
witlQ MARGARET' R HERTEL,
' FRANCIS • CLEMENS,
,Riobniond, Sept 27, 1871 ; t3tf! . Adin're.
N Institution to prepare young men for Bus-
iness. The graduates of this College are
Ding commanding and lucrative positions in
nearly every city in the Union. - .
For oirou4n, containing full partiodlare, Spec
tor:ma of Writing, College Bank Bills, Pen Draw
ing, am, enclose ten cents, and address
August 28, 1871-6 m
xaation of Teachers.
Examination for Nose desiring to teach dur.
ing the coining year will be held at
Liberty (Block House) Monday, Sept 25, 1871.
Union (Ogdensburg) Tuesday, " 26, "
Bloasburg, Wednes. "1 27, "
Covington Bor. Thursday, " 28, "
Chas es'n (Whitneyv'e) Friday, " 29, "
Mid ebury (Keenyv'e) Saturday , " 30, 4,
Elio° field ( 8. R.S. H.) Monday, Oct. 2, "
Westfield Bor, Tuesday, " 8, "
Clymer (Sabinsville) Wednes. " 4, "
Chatham (Close S. H.) Thurs. " 5, "
rakland Friday, " 6, " •
Knoxville • Saturday, " 7, "
Farm'n (Campbell a. h.) Monday, " 18, '$
Lawrenceville, Tuesday, - " 17, "
Yackson (Millertown) Wednes. " 18, "
Rutland (Roseville)- Thursday, " 19, "
Mainsburg Friday, " 20, "
Mansfield (State N.) Saturday, " 21, "
Tioga Bor Monday, " 28, "
Wellsbord ,- Tuesday, " 24, "
Delinar (Stony Fork) Wednes. ".. 25, "
Gaines (Vormilyeas) Friday, " 27, "
And the twolollowing Saturdays at Aoademy
Corners. Teachers will provide themselves with
pen, ink and it dos. sheets of foolscap paper.
Examinations will comdience at 9a. m. School
ttlieetiiis and . citizens generally are earnestly
invited to attend
Ix , Ai 41
ta.31 1 ,
s ° 3
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I=L4 144 41
0 a o
Sept 20,1871-4 w
1071 . -a.
A. J. WARNER, Prinoipal
Elmira, N. Y
IB now full
a goodi suitable for the tall 'Trade. The assurlinent iii complete in every
r I • -
IPIE47I:Le7 araCoCle, Cleo.
and invite 4.13 L the people of Tioga County vtio wieh to wake purehasssin this line to ems
and look at
and compare prices. Tho closest buyers • ill be convinced that this is the placu to ;mill:Ltd
money economically. Oome one and all, • ave a nice ride, a good time generally, buy just what
..ii.t LaColinr WlC:lege,
and you will go hone happy nd contonted.
Corning, Sept. 29, 1871,
THE BEST Ilsf THE WORLD ?
WEED SEWING :1.11C1111i7,
With the Recent Improvements!
IS UNEQUALED !
RUNS THE EASIEST
RUNS THE FASTEST !
rE MOST PERFECT IN EVERY PAIRTICULAR!
Don't buy a
J. K. TILLOTSON,
dept. 20, 1871.
is and r Shoes, Notions,
We are nowpiey Of; scoot,
Via The New. 11 Rord,,
IS THE 'BEST MADE !
IS THE SIMPLEST !
WILL NEVER GET OUT OR ORDER !
SEWING MACHINE until you have tried the
en'l Agent, 33 Lake Street, Elmira, N. Y.
A. L. BODINE, ' Agent, Wellsboro.
T. B. RUSTED, Agent, Blosaburg
I NEWELL & OWENS