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XLTHIRD SERIES :
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WISHED IN THE TEAR 1832.
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Kobbins at Lowesvllle.
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Mm ,,,iefiaia mat it win be so in
FEBRUAKY 20, 1830,
T0 1, 4 50 I 6.00 " 7.50 I 11.M 15. ;
IVaT 'llVj 15.75 I 80.50 SS.5 '40.W ,
IJ3? I- RiH B H : ft -
4; 1 -BfiaEiWHlifcJ
She rIUnwI brcngt Itkh amid tlie com i
S ClaspM bj tlic golden light of morn.
iiKe ine sweet liea rt of the sun, ;
Who .many n golden kw liad won. j
On lif cheek an aujtamn flash,
Deepjj- riieiid ach blaah
In the miiUt ot brown win horn.
Like red poppies grown with corn, i
; i - .. . f j ". , j
Koiitid her eve her tresaea fell. -f
Which were blackest muiecoajd telli
i But longlashes veilM a light, j
l nat iiau else been all too urigbt
I And her hat, wiUi Jiady uriio;"iatlit
- Mnj. W. M. RobbiJs spoke to a larSe ' Li El''1 oe so id govern-Xbus Jar he ha, notbeen pnt forward
' crowd .tid, rW.-W Congress, bat VheJaT biding hi,
Inesd., v.eUStUb, ftHf U1 Tl'iS f lW f lhree tbe 8 raid" time bopefal for political hoa
:ingtowiisliip were present mid the whole j nahOmUity &kUulal iVwyWcf.$taiestThich are inost iiDioft4nll'or8 In lfotore'-r M , . "
was .eseortcsl from Mooresvtlhy 'by the j -,-on tlie Uaieut of S&tiohat 6ne;nconanlerciah industrial "taz-mvinVaml fU'n.-Utttt.U ,.n - n .
4 n it rurdi tn"'f nil tiiuvu' t f h ' ii! if " fiii.M 9i u j 3 . ; , Iu ui1 x -pay ,nS ana cause, w i tfi a grateful recol lection tha t
fiLiu i ia a. a. a s . a . . mn 11 in a :a a a aw ;
duced and welcomed by Mr. J. H.Sharpe,
president of the 'Lowesvills clnb. A
correspondent says : ,, s . :
; "He uttered no maledictioss against
v -our opponents, nor did he find it ueces-
' a i lit.. .- -irrrr i t i
. 5lThus he ,to.Kl amid tb .ckslf V
ft ran 4 Praising Cotf WUbweeieit WkVnWH. eta1
I1 ."f.ftj t one can fail to be-
Swre, I said, Heaven aid not tees4XSt
when he sums
iu u iiuucoi, oiulcic luiiu n iiusc unit
a lahsyttfl?nedTand poisoned br
the Siso, and prTCr.t3 the nirht.
weai3,and!llshtiics9SC''row tho cheat ,
EwseiOT to l;avo tlid ri?ht remedy,
Wtfere I rean thou shoaldst Imt irlean Xil it JiX-ll -
Lai thy sheaf adownd wTAtK'T
SlnireSmyarvestTarid my .mette!0"8 and Partle8 U,at wo mar be
ucu iu a euiuuuMi cause, xie innue :i very
decided impression on all who heard lnnr.
f and strengthened thg $ averlnglabd fiave
What was: the Credit MobiUer ?. jS00" counsel to those of opposite views.
: I , i ' X" ,i'h. .1 am' very sure that not a word that fell
fldl, xvnK ouu.
Several correspondents hare.reqnes
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3 ' r,.
from liis lips rankled in any man's breast.
d Such SDeecues". na lie TnitTeaT m nat
- . t v;:v-"-.--".f - j . necessiry ooja jrnst upiii oij koqu. ! uoi. J,
as niviteofbut was prevented,
.ff.B .1 Tl!
i ii wert KciiiiK cii Tilt m)Pikfrs nr tii ijiiii-
the CreditMobilier to the people areilcss persuasion, who wereannouuee! to
clear to their miini 'present. But we Imd such an ei.juy.
A;few years ago the United States; en- . ' ,- ..ft.tri.n..h t
erybtuh- and especial
&TPiasrrjrm ..euro you, :7Tf? r.r-f ittw Voke w
irofeenel aid faCsT Credit MobHier; theroad relations! of Vere so,
dowed magnincieutlywltlits landa-'ind'Tri i Tli
f tlil . f mT" irood humor with ev
bonds andctUAX4WVte priyilrgefc, aiT;',!.., n.., w m
I .ir. ..t . t..iii tt! J . ?';
i-T1 J.rs rtU,iC u," UD,"nrandeServe!.the p.efix
rc,hc Railway. : U hen certain al.rewdfff) cmjU, jj,,,,
- nrnnortw irtiaMct" ...i.:..u .i. i..i. - ; . . .
I i , - -.. w . ... W Ew I WUkIKi
j !.U..L il .! .... . l -r - .
It Cannot Tor thn ernpntl it nr nf hreA m:il.n.
.- v. ... . . lutiiiviia
'liib -WrA ft
coNKtiNo's assault clox the bet "g flourishes in its face.
From tbe New York Evening
ons voted to
oon after the
It was tnftTtitfSaVa.n or on Uie Pacific slope. Now bribe.
lauU upon thetibestliareriiurpo. atWesrepresent Rit..,;Bosa Sheperd -proclaims from a
ses and hopes of tjhVRepub part o tharommercial, rain in Mexico that, next to Grant,
andtundera?lipreiencepl;.!iri i, the -mart after his
HOPE OP REPU1
The Pan Presbyterian Coandl, which
conrencsat Philadelphia next Wednes
day, will discus "Modern Theological
Thought," "Religion io Secular Afikirs
"Inspiration, Authenticity and Interpre
tation of the Scriptures," Distinctive
Principles of Presby terianism," "The Ap
plication of the Gospel to Employers and
j Employed," "Christianity the Friend of
the Working Classes," "How to Deal witk
Fs carefully fendv Its-onlV oljeet1wajntftuteda comparison, not between 1872-73. He knowa how Garfield Young-Men Trained in Science in this ag
to revive and'reihthat,; n possessed of his house at of Unsettled Opinion," PresbyterlanUm
ious and malignanfcM sectionalism .f.lfcluIiean and Democratic States, .Washington, and he holds in his own in a1'0" to Civil and Religions Uber-
ainst. whtcli all thV belfef' metnberSi H"1 thea the entire basis of his super- hands Evidence that made him ouail " "Religion and Politics," The Vica-
1 1 1 t . . ...I- i ,"! !!!- v t M ... . 1 k 1. . . I . . - . ...
anuereiwjngycjw ue oonirasi between .own Heart.- And- he has - reason for
such a shape ifiat j& A If onr orator ' this good opinion, considering what
be to repel yeryttwnjof.e been ad lionestt statesman, as he the chairman of the appropriation cora-
feelinsrs and honest jocicl ivCwhbln'ft politician, he would have mittee did for him irT iKa ;,- .f
An exchange say, : It is easjr to
stump Rhode Island." A grand stand
is erected in the middle of the Stated
and the thing is done with a single
speech. Parties of the opposition go
into Connecticut until the speaking
t"tlie party haveheeai struggling for : structure
the last ten vears. It svs in so riiahv a"i he would have had no scarecrow
words that the issue, oft he presentoani- al an
would have fallen awav onn nnd will A rious Sacrifice of Christ." "Diffusion of
4 -- j ww m m w ww WCUIU w UWIJW V V. A I
a W I T . 1 . Y a a -m .,-- .
he sees fit to use it. rresoytenan iieraiure," -ramily Kelt-
Every one of the Credit Mobelier
gion and Training of the Young."
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J.VwI-Sfi'ti P' 5-"rtS t nvl.rM.
" ' A v ('7 ( i. -TJHiri--' I
to liis name. I vih
1 U canvass the whole
, State." Charlotte Observer.
... . i . i t ! TUP Gfrrrrvt wrn t --.ti .Tcrirn ii i i ...
paign is sectiotiai unci on ijr sect lonai j , " v joooer;. now living, wno snarea witli How PEOPLE G FT SlCK Eatincr
Hnrl in order to urova that ib frames l i S inii ukui. 'Garfield in that: rorrimtinn ia ehnnt. L. i . . . .
"tlie iiut.ctnient ot. .a. w ioie, people,,' , j- j '.Atx ' . . , , I. oconet, Patterson, ot Jew Hamp- much fluid at meals' t drinklnb iiolu
lance oi inese srreai miuaie otates. ut nr!i.- t ! or
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irer and the demagogue.
. f it: ! ni . o. .
Kobbins. who truly 1 1" i"e lowest spirit oi tue carpet-Dag- . - snire, uson, ot Jowa, Uingliam, onotl. wh;v ami ntKpr i.,fnTn.
- I - ! Iltnn I 1 nliiifi af a r -... . . I . a I . t. M - I j - . . l
; mauagers oi iiusconcnrn came to count up
1 the cost of the work and to cast iir S the
I nssets jto be applied to it. they found; nn j Qek. Hancock's' Good Taste. A New
enofuipu balance on the right Kide'othe ; Yorl. letter to tlie Philadelphia Ledger sajs;
j InWIc j In pinler to absorb thw !alince ; -An earnest effrt has been male by'promi
; and transfer it Jtheir own Packets, theyjent Democratic politicians to nursuadc
-,inimeuiaiei. proceeiieii lo.iorm an insule General Ilaneoekr to be hresent at tlie'Tam-
J7?rh prr , "c unpn an manv Hall y.-mocratic demonstration to-
xft nJT?7 ?rr y ivanta charter culleil the ted- morrow evening, but it has notbeen suceess-
..ufn x it Mobaliehieh wasac
.to a policy if it haJ the Coin,'., Allison. . Lozati, 'KellJ. and I ,Z " " L"'?
i..:.. - I : . 1 I. ' T " " 1 v I ll rx .j , . . IV.illll I J ViOl ni. wu.euii n
The entire animus of Mr. Conk ling's PH----aucmie uie,r,vmpa. lUe of the thera a9 eontemp. medIc?nes: keening late hou at ni.th
ppori. uut .wnat can ue ,.t.i a-.ii k i . , . . . "'
o ni.:.; i . .
ii in - . hw-cmt'-! Tmiiits am suuuort. nui w ai ran hp . i t i i .t ..t
rn.? is i nat me 1 resident snouiu f rr iuousiy aescrioeu ine cattle ne naa i ei-.:..- : t. ?
to,lcA.Al.iliiUUW?..P-. "PP-, bough,, areengaged in one form kWhi.Tt, tWt:
ilcctc.1 be controlled bv the machine. " " -uu":' lu """" , atl'er in this bnsineM. .tlin i, . "w,;- , ;.K
He i..,tWttldWKlil Itisa cause of satisfaction, says l,n,lv ,,mLntl . t. .1.. .
Imirably adaitfed faV With oommend-ble ood taste, the come i llie instriinieiit of predpmiiia-
nnhIltlTEtf.- ?l,at Gc:ural ha V' ' ,,c n'mittce-to under- tin" inleresfs'of W thoJe parts of the
j llilp HilIfeH trl-f istani at he is still an officer of the United Iulo where ''iSiduction, consump-
ril'ltWitf h Ji.ytf? tri-itfi IUOKt ; remarkable. aud -neeewfiilfe.a-es armv. and that tho'tichtlurc miglit . , V;itf ' J-Vi ii; -i
E&&&iX&M hiitnrv - 'vet - - . . . , . ,. ti'.ui, building, tilled acreage, railwav
i x-xushsiHtoH IfrVXraEZM iV -i- ,"toO i- not be no impropriety in the ItepulJum ' f. .
uj-fV, , r 1 rAf4mt.r of the Union; Pacific, Tttie ' eandidnte for thVvict'Prcsidenev. Gerw Ar- . traftic, postal return,' ect., happen
Ii.. r i. r. i .i i - 1...4 .:.
i(i.iii 1 1 1 t v i r.iii i limit ii;ii ty mil. in .1 rv . . . 1 1 1 .1
impartial odmiuwtratton ot the luties : . " . - me otar, tnat tnese public thieves are open . exchangine the warm clothes
nun very large minority in lire xve- solid for Garfield and tint thtv Iiivp j .11
ii- o. . t.t . souu Iwr arnea, ana inai iney nave Worn 111 a warm room durincr the day
oubhean atates which constitute nn i 'i 1 . i ..-' I p
r . A :" 7 nrusC;inemseives to ineJronr, so tar for costumes and
essentia, pari 01 me emoerauc lorce ag to be seen and knwn of aM men
nearly half the people, in fact ? ifofc Observer.
How soon would it sink into utler im- ,
of his olliee, aecortling to certain fixel
political princ'ijilcs, but he is to he-
Unfii im-i ri Tf m-.mT. - t,
i . v -. r ' . i. . . . m .
1' Ccntirlo'ia ZMsoobfo Cold. Hrvrcnra7
J'irfifaK to tho Taste.
men. hers of the Ciedit MobSIier contract i thur. attendimr the At ademv of Music meet-
icmelvrs forthe '-construction : inir the other cveninir. to listen to Mr. Conk-
"'."'"H f the lineiatid . fixed theiriown fisiues limr, he beimr different! v eireumstanecd.
for the work.' Theyj thus Strinned ! the could not see the why clear to nn imitation
. ; . K !' . ! - . . act -- ! w . . J
01 ins cxamn e. 1 nerc is someinins: uuc to
the dignity even of the candidate of a great
Union ,Iici.ic of everything-of .Value l,be-
i loningjo jtt aud set jt over tit the,Cr.ed
to be iihe(it5CliWant. Jlut tluit is
not in the spirit of our constitution.
riie constitution fixes with great min-
utencss t detail tlie modes ot our
t . 1 1 ' !..:
eieuiions, and wucii an eiccuou m
closed it regards the result as the,
a . -1 fi I I CHI . ; it Mobiher. With one hand they robbed mrtv for1 tlie nresidenev. anart from the mil-
1 oVFya tiltitli'ii it,u' trt!aur.v f ,t le railway company .land : itary olficeand upon this Gen. Hancock is act of the whole peoplei In order to
'tJ.lrij g5,?.y jt'H 1 wi,h tl,e M.t!ier tht,y Htuff:u, plunder ! .naturally disposed to insist. Public opinion, get an expression of the manhood of
. . -.. I into the treasury of the construetion rinr, without regard to Klitis, it is morally cer- , -;... l! !,,(, .qlmo
BeUsvs Dysprpaia and izoxxsnemx. . t , . . .J-. . . ... . ' , the , nation, eacu vtite counts asone
' j ' T ' - 1 whence it was distributed to the individ-, tain, will sustain him. The circumstance is , . . . .
' W roiisALpBY AiX drogi3TS. ,a i . . . e , ... ,i ... ... . rl and is as nood .as any other vote, and,
i .t ; .! s I nnl roiisimatorR in the form of dividends worth mentioning, it onlv as another of the to
Gov. "Vance in Harrisonburg: Job n
ise and Paul also tbere but n
Addressing: the same Party.
r An rn IT it nrfn 1 if ol f rtntpunpn 4 l-i a
1 . . 1 . . 0 Wise and Paul also there but not
opiuious, or even prejudices, oi the
North and West? It could not live
a year in the enjoyment of its power;
and its allies at the North would be'
irreparably destroyed. Besides, the
largest States of 'tlie South," and
those which are likely to have the
exposure incident to
evening parties; compressing the stom
ach to gratify a vain and foolish pas
8iou for dress j keeping up a constant
excitement ; fretting .tbe mind with
borrowed troubles ; swallowing quack
From the itichmond Dispatch. nostrums for every imaerinarv ill : ta-
- I W F W
Harrisonburg, Va., September, 20. king meals at irregular intervals, etc.
-Gov Vance addressed a large gath
ering here to-day. He handled the Wilmiqntox and the King's
assistant Republicans with gloves off, Motntain Centex nial.. Col.Chas.
fOEIf P. JSEiniY, CTJRSAK & CO.,
24. Collar riftoe, mT&wr TTori.
of cash, bonds apd stocks..
Tint the United States, in slight retnrn
for itsliiigwmpled bdUntyf had taken a
! , r i !- '
tTThe following attested 8tatenielH1,m
vyilwn jkjGriffith,- of the Vallc rofir
pniarhjislieeii went us for the informa
tiun of hte who wish to use i -
mOABlE FERTILIZER FORWHEATr
"we r.e:lF mia9 Ton-.liffierent
Mind of atiuno lor Wheat and a fair pronor
"flofWoHr Brand, which han givn such gen
eral wtisTadiatt Hat we expect lo cJoable four
'e of tMa ; brand his seawn and tt will have
- JJ'Pwin this Keetion of die Valley .H
U tcu toaSLially here" For tem?,
Oil at !i j i Tiiin TtTTT(n ak.
:.l:jm: 1 lUgcnts.
JANIES M. GRAY,,'
..?-' ! ' '"
T Attorney and Counsellor W La: t
f j LiLisBunrx. cy""''
OSfeia the Court Honse lot; liert doo
w Squirt Hanghton. Will practice iu all
MwUnrts of the State.
acjices in ! tlie State and Federal
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ineonveuient to tho 'ring.?HayiuK absorb
tp Everything else they now ,1 desired to
pil t a first mortgage u tjie road, and to
toKelthWboiids; of thittnlso. But! that
could be done only by getting rid of ; the
first mortgagei) the United States; that
again, conld le eflecbrd only by theactof
Cogriss,' To simple- miftded and lipn-
est men this would seem like a ver' diffi-
pult thing to accomplisli 0 them it ! ap
peared easy. epppfilIirkeS' opsrta
certainiimoniit of the enormously valua
ble stock 1 at Jd Credit Mobil ier stock
Tvhich repTeseqted both th plunder of the
past and the plunder of the future and
cave-it to "OakesAbiea, who agieed to
r.ri .r;1 5i..; .t. i - i
fniaceis wnere us wouiu uo ine mosi
cood? ijloiwas ii - member of Congress
ayawaSrJ"i unjusny, suppose m uuqw
cxactlyjtpwtto-miploy it in-order to" cor
rupt ihVsonrces of lfiilatidj). With this
many 'proofs the General has lately given as Mr. Conk ling himself says in the
his Tammany friends that he has a mind of outset of his address "the supreme,
his own, and that, under circumstance?, he tj,e fiaf a,,d the only peaceful arbi-
is UetermineU to own Uimsclt." i, !.,H .i t.. !,.,
IIIC Ul'At All UIU ..M
II "1 I . I.
Bayonet Rule -To say that hutory re- SlioulU De sacredly recoroe I ine con-
peats itself is simply to give vent to an old science, the judgment, the intelligence
truism. Ihe legislative body in Buenos ofall." But no, argues Mr.. Conk
Ayreshw been subjected to bayonet rule. , nr(.r,V;irfr ; U notMlie votes
There, by the last accounts, the government , 0 . A . , ,
ft A tl , , t 1 that ought tobeuwunted,fbut the
troops efitered the chamber ot deputies , . JV T Aan ; "ivl'v
ejected tho members from it and closed the I"1"-?3 w"e,e vu-moiiiF iiwiu. i- nirjr
hall. Oliver Ciom well resorted to a similar are put in by the iwutfivhiclis un-
measurc iu dispersing his obnoxious parlia
ment. On a similar but less effective scale
Gen. de Trobriand, acting under orders from
Washington, dealt in like manner with the
Louisiana Legislature, anj from Gen. Sher
man's correspondence with Hancock we now
tortunateiv imnoverisncu bv a lousr
civil war and many years of carpet
bag extortion and not, they are bad
and dangerous votes; but if they are
put iii by the North, where com
It is a roush
Cormptionfttud he bought th Vice-Pies
iditjeveLsenYBnd the chairmau
oh1ineadlg- cmumtlri"i of Uhe House.
k iJ ft "i ;: S
en, by the votes and influene of these
n the desiretflegiSlation-jras had, and
3 tt?V k.
H ' 1
a new field of pillage waslaid open to the
ringiinwhich the government and the
. i . " T-V r. '..
stocKnoioers or ine union racinc were
It was not possible that a 'series of
transactions at once so colossal and so in
famous could be concealed forever. There
came a day when the Sun spread this ini
quity before its readers in almost every
detaibi ,- It was the most shocking revela
tion of official -venality and corruption
ever made in the whole course of our his
tory. -Investigation followed, and the
guilt of the accused members was clear
ly ascertained. With a few exceptions,
they added the crime of perjury in the
testimony before the committee to the
crime of bribery. w , i i
"Among others, James A. Garfield wns
brilied; swore that he had not been brib-
led; was ciniyicted of bribery and perjury
by the testimony of Ames and by docu
mentary evidence of conclusive character
and the'couimitteecbtn posed of members
of his own 'party, reported him as a bribe
takerand a perjurer. , ; . v?
Ou Apjrikl, l872xaod costantIyJafier
wanls wbeiieverJtnebill'waS before ;the
Jlonte, General Garfield votwU for the
civil rights bill, making' It a'cMme pbn
ishable by a fine pf $ 1,000 or year's im-.
prison men t, for"apy teactfer, or other ofli-
?er of public schools, or officers of. ceme
teries or .benevolent institutions, or hotel
keepers &e.,to xclnde jpegnsrpjjriv
know that, pending the Settlement of the I merce. industry and inaniifalclurej
presidential controversy in 1876, troops were thrive and large revenues are paid,
y t r . t il I
massea at- v ssningion ,or Bome occui, pur- th-- j anJ: l0esomc voteH
pose which has never yet been divulged, I , ; ,7 , - ' s
ana enutiea 10 ine ruie.
THE SftUTHtsnS BCOABOO.
". In brder to justify his cold-blooded
sectionalism and to, catry the Itepub-
lican canse back to the state in which
Tt waS at, the close of Grant's admin
istration, ignoring the noble and effi
cient services of Mr. Hayes and, his
but which may be surmised.
way of settling matters, and is altogether in
direct violation of the first principles of lite
erty. Nevertheless.1 strange to say, all these
outrages occurred not despotism, as might
be i niagineclmt jn,jountTies . profusedjj,
eoverncd bvItenu(Hean frlfilutlorisP
" . j'.r w " k1-! " f ' "3
TIaxcocI i iN'ArjticfeA E5S.-r:i ew
t. 31. Gen. Hancock pn returning to . j , ,3 1 1 .:.'.
. T1 , 1 cabinet 111 healing old sores and bnng-
rernor s Island , from the city to-day, vau4 . . , .. -. . ,. .
found a delegation from the- Phi! Kearney "g aoour K,',u Vi,,a'"
OnarH rnmnnnv f 'third Wfimrni of the. I Mr. 'Conk li lis? tTCtS UD a tremendous
New Jersey 'militia), who called to present J bugabopi 1 would lea frightful buga
himasixty dollar gold pen. The Guard hJ00 jf jt vere not of i the kind which
a. mm . . I
Held a charity rair ana tue pen was to oe - ;rtWnl,p:.d " His mode of
a n-A r H rr h f nracwlirniiol .TtnindTA trhn I i
rPreivpdthPmo,t votes; 375 were cast for cchstructttig the scarecrow, put-in a
Hancock, 330 for Garfield and 2t for Weav- logical .'fpaV would I)e .this : Firjjt,
cr. , The General, returning thanks-for the the'Dctnocratic mrty, if it swcceetls,
pen, said thsfbd had k sh ori regird for the wou
Id be'cntrolied; by the South ;
city of ElizatWih as being the fornicr home -J, , . South J' ook piie,
ofWinfield Scotland of Col. Clark, his early SJ ' Ulh .If tfftLI
,mmd,r Mr fieore Neubsner. of the Ve,U)l hf fldbflc W ; the TJn.On
dftWtion. honed that tha General, .wouldl And. luvCbtft ;one-fourteentll of ihe
write nis inaugu
The General replied
key4quills, saying that, they bad been pre
sented to hinr'Wr-thd'sarae purpose, and in
case of hjs elcViioff would use alt three;
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Don Cameron's Political Econ
omy. Seilatcif" M ' 'jCanferK jiafs
been oh. a ly4tigvisit toiNVasjiiiigion
to look aftei his new bouse bn- Massa
political sijuatipn e, say?Hf5af M
matter,.of .course that Pennsylvania
is all right fortheKetnbliciittf aVdis
dates. Therr jvai beennif alk pf
the Republicans ; iulingapeakers and
money i n to several1 of, the.so.calIed
doubtful States rtlMonthbut'Doul
says ne is opuosea 10 anyiuipg ox ine
npst to sav in its councils, are Mary- ., ,,. , . , Uf t .
, lit ' witli tlif K.nnnlihrnim. find tnnt hp I .Mnnrlnv mornincr niwl at on infnrmtl
land. Virginia, Kentucky, leunessce. . i , . . . , -it
. . , . , i - i i i never mienueu to accent auy proposi- meeting oi ine commercial exenange
Missouri and Arkansas, which belong .. r . ., . ,. , . ,, .., . .. , . , . ?
t it tion of compromise that did not allow of that city explained that the ob
to the great middle group, and whose n . n . t .,-""- i' ;t
. & - . - Garfield negroes to name a Democra- lect of his visit was to give the
interests are nearly identical with ' t . i Mr., . . .
v . ,. . tic electoral ticket. people of Y ilmington an opportunity
those of Indiana, Ohio, JNew York!, ! -.r ... t. tu c . . . . . . .
, ; , . TT , , ' AVhile Vance was speaking John of contributing to the centennial cele-
and Pennsylvania. Under I he opera- ii i c t..i u ri u .i t" j -r
i. . . iA ise was addressing a crowd of Jul- bration of the battle of Kings Moun-
tion of the living forces which bring D ... . . .t, . . m r r i . .i
, . , , . vers, Republicans and negroes in the tain. Ihe Jlevteto. from which the
localities together they would gravi- . i' u i . -.u .-. i i i
b i 7 i court yard. liis whole speech con- above information is gleaned, says
tate more and more toward these, and Jn denunciatioa of funder9 and further that Col. Roger Moore, vice
no political party, call it by what readjuster Democrat8. Not a word president of the exchange, who pre-
name vou will, would dare to come in . . n-aiA . r... r ti. .j j . u - i .
' . ... against Ciarneld nor in favor ot Jbian- sided at the meeting, at the request
conflict with the tendencies of opinion ' , rn-.i t i ...
, , . . cock. ot Col. Joues appointed a committee
tri these mighty centres of civilization, W ., p , mni.;ncr i,:. nstl,i f nf i,m4. rrftm tum .Un., v,n.
W Mw w,w, wm m - - - v m wavWB V wa V4VHMIV ra
speech at his pole raising, a big nc- sisting of Col. F. W. Kerchner, and
gro held an umbrella over him. Great Messrs. B. F. Mitchell and Donald
was the enthusiasm for Wise and Paul EcRae, to accompany Col. Jones and
by the Radicals. introduce him to the business men of
What the Demucra'ls of North Car- th - The. conimitt .
Thev were never strongly Southern ; ol ma have done in the cause of edu- X ... . .,
. , i. . .. . ' -c .i . ,. ternoon, when they will make the
and have become decidedly .Northern, cation is easily seenTrom the subjoin- ' '
' . ... ... errand rounds. Char. Observer.
They would never cling for any ed table. W hat the Kepublicans did .
leii'th of time to a policy decisively not do is also easily seen. They came
Southern: their alliances are with the into power in 1868, and spent noth-
iN'orth and West and with them in the ing for schools ; in 1869 they speut There is now in process of construo
end thev will be fotind. Mr. more than a million of dollars, but tion at the Grant locomotive works in
Corikl ing has done much hitherto to nothing for schools. They wasted Paterson, N. J., an engine, which, it
drive independent thinkers from their and destroyed the educational fund is thought, will eclipse for speed any
Republican adhesions and his present and the children of the State received thing yet built. It will look like an
ill-judged, illogical and malicious no benefit from it. The Democrats ordinary engine turned upside down
speech will, we Tear, quicken the de-! came into power in theyearl870, and The machinery will be on top. of the
they have constantly given increased boiler instead of under it, as nsual,
educational facilities to the children aud the boiler will hang very low on
of the State. the wheels. There will be two pairs
We annex the table" of receipts and of driving wheels but instead of imv-
disbursements, which is reliable: ling them follow each other, one pair
ri that UiA6QrUo gAf h5011 -one-fourteenth of ihe
raP alieW4lttW pin.1 mOiicing commercial,1ndnftial, tax
ied by exhtfitfiig twcAuW 'piy iiig 'and !f roe'rlf tntcrests of1' Vh
eqKarrfghts therein with whiti,j!-i a -he considers it would bevf
mmgton Star, X, 0 -!vt.r-J P? Hi - . r - . - r . iX .
trade and activity. These States,
though nominally belonging to "the
South," because of their formgr toler
ance of slavery, are now, under free
influences, rapidly amalgamating with
the1 States near and around them.
A Strange Locomotive.
andrgiv third, the whole
vast ' business t.f the lermntrywill be
at .the disposal of .r a -very inconsidera
ble ininorit jiifs; those, who are cou
cerned in -4ttl ojhm:
sionj lindeed,ifit were ''valid-? but
lisiumotioua a, .Tallacv;lurk both in4
the pfemise and couclusion; ana no
boMmeddnierfrigl out of
TUE CITniL'STfATf MUST. DECIDE
5 ' The nretassumption or implica
tion is that the South can succeed by
' Attention is drawn by the New
York Star to the class of men who are
nowj ardently supporting Garfield for
the Presidency. It is very true that
"birds of ; a feather flock together."
kilpat ricH is a caiid fdafe" for; 'Cbrif
gress on the Garfield ticket. Secor
loeson has also been Selected as the
Reptibtican sWudard bearer in the
district where he lives. Landaulet
Williams, is au aspirant for tlie. Senate
from Oregonj and rests upon his .past
laurels as; Grant's "Attoruey-Geueral
for a claim to that distinction.
Schuyler, Colfax is 'urgetl, he says,
to become a candidate lor Congress,
ind he 'deserves that recognition from
tlie 1 (Republicans who: vindicated his
venality' wltcii he' was" caught 'with
Ames'r.bait in hiappckeUni He? iwas
veir quick to" wrtify Ho Garfield's
Miih jtnjfeffity the
same platform with him at Chatauqnai
to give the party candidate tbe beoent
of his moral support; 7 l
.'1871, ., 220,644,
1879, ' 350,198,
Senator Kenan, than whom there are
few more earetnl men in his public ex
pressions, says that he has lately traveled
ninch in New York, and that all dissen
sions now being healed, the Republicans
are now forced to give up the State. I
know of no locality . says he, where there
Hie no republicans Who openly advocate
the Democratic ticket, and, on the other
hand,-1 do not know of a single Democrat
who will support Garfled, and in my see
tiop a very large majority of tho ex-soldiers
are with us. They largh at the
tails abont Southern ' brigadiers and say
they mean to give the Union brigadiers a
a chance at Washington. ' Hancock's ma
jBelkhapf has espousedthe cause of: jortj tt ewfork State will be very
i.Alf,:which UaihnotT Eychi he was at U5
disburse- wilt be on top of the other. The real
ME3TS. Irlriirinrr wbonla will u tliA llttriAr rt.r
vB m m m B ww .vvr w rmmvm vm m j w v g wmm j
1 ...:n t t :. j:
38 981 utlu l,,cy nni 1111 11 in nit; ujipusuc
174'753 rection from that in-which the engine
171,000 is going. Thev will rest upon the rims
191,675 of the other pair, which will in turn'"
jyjOJT rest on i he track- The revolntioa of
the upper pair, by friction, is expected
to drive the-lowcr pair, the tires of
tho latter Kerving a3 tracks for the up
per oncsT It is thought that a good
deal greater speed can be got out of
the machinery by this construction,
and it is expected by tlie inventer
that it will 1)0 the fastest locomotive
ever made. Practical workmen, how
ever, think it won't go at alK It will
look very funny as it is running thro
the country, with the upper pair of
driving wheels five feet in diameter,
revolving up in the air in the wrong
direction at a tremendous speed, and
the eccentrics, rocking bars, link mo
tion. and pistous 00 the-top of tfie