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The Dnilv Review.
Towanda, Pa., Saturday, Dec. 3, 1881.
6. \V. ALVOItD. NOBLE N.ALVORD
Mtrrinr" ttn/i/fis cent* per
month. Wry it!
Secretary Folger has issued the lOGth
call for bonds, the amount to be taken up
The New Orleans Times , Dem., sees
that the heavy blow that has been struck
at sectional politics by the result of the
recent elections in Virgina cannot be too
highly estimated,and says it is the first
of movements to break up the Solid South.
The report of th 3 Naval Advisory
Board recommends thc ( construction of
thirty-eight unarmored cruising vessels,
and a number of rams, torpedo gunboats
and torpedo boats. After eight years, if
the programme of the Board is adoped,
there will be available for the service
twenty-one ironclads, seventy unarmored j
cruiser, five rams, five torpedo gunboats I
and twenty torpedo boats.
North Carolina, South Carolina and
Georgia are all ripe for revolt from the
Solid South. A fair vote and an honest
count would show heavy anti-Bourbon
majorities in all three States to day.
Whether they have the leaders capable of
bringing about a successful revolt by
next election day is a doubtful question,
but sooner or later the change will come,
and lie is a very sanguine Democrat who
thinks it can be delayed till after the next
Presidential election. I
Guiteau has established a precedent in
Judge Cox's remarkable court which per
mits every murderer on trial for his life
not only to conduct his own trial but to
blackguard every witness who is to ap
pear against him, and every man, wit
ness or otherwise, who presumes to
speak unfavorably of him. The Judge
did not even threaten when it was estab
lished on Saturday. "Mr. Prisoner"
seems to have both the court and the
counsel for the prosecution in willing
subjection. The country is in a very dif
ferent frame of mind.
Congressman elect Brumm, of theThir
tcenth Pennsylvania District, who was a
Greenbackcr, has written a letter to a
person named Williams.conected with the
National Greenback Committee, that
he will not under any circumstances
enter the Kepudlican caucus for Speaker.
He does not say that he will not vote for a
Republican candidate after the nomination
is made. Should he withhold his vcAe,
the result will be the same. The Missou
ri Grecnbackcrs and J. Ilyatt Smith will
vote with the 117 Republicans for the
nominee of the caucus.
Secretary Folger has not yet matured
any plan for disposing of the surplus
revenues by the purchase of bonds. lie
is aware of the necessity for putting out as
much of the surplus revenues in the re
duction of the d -lit as possible, and is al
so convinced that there will be no bonds
off ire I un 1:r the Windom circular.
He will before the week is ended, how
ever, issue a circular by the terms of
which a reduction of the debt can be
accomplished. What proposition he will
make to the holders of bonds or what
class of bonds he proposes to buy is as
yet undecided by the Secretary.
The wedding of Miss Lillie I). Tyler, of
Damascus, Wayne County, Pa., to Mr.
John G. Mitchell, of the same town, took
place a day or two ago, precisely one
year from the mysterious cure of th e
young lady, which she desci'loed to the
Press correspondent. Miss Tyler had
been an invalid for upward of six years
with a peculiar disease which kept her
confined to hcr room most of the time.
She was treated by eminent physicians
from New York hud Philadelphia, but in
rain. In October. 1880 she heard of a
female in Connecticut who cured people
by prayer, and to tins person Miss Tyler
wrote, receiving a reply appointing the
2Gth of November as the day when Lillie
should, with her friends, pray for her res
toration to health. The day came, and
Miss Tyler was so weak she could scarce
ly raise her head from the pillow. The
company included her family and pastor
Ilev. Thomas Wescot. At noon they
commenced their prayers, and before
night the young lady was able to go
about the house,and as her cure has been
entirely elfected, she has just redeemed
the pledge made long ago to Mr. Mitch
ell, and they were married last Saturday
by the same clergyman wo prayed so fer
vently only a year before for her recov
ery. The case has attracted widespread
attention and the story as told by the
bride is true in every particular.
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