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XUAUV 30. 174.
The I, J iAiuIitora having beeu en jjaijcd during last witk in auditiu tlic ac counts of tht County Treasurer, and the t-ouaty account, completed their lalwrs on Wudni-sdiy la-t. It is very -ratifying to St-arn that the county ottk-crs dur.us the ,-jtsl year conducted the afl'airs of the county in such a satisfactory manner as to tihow a U tter state of aflir than has ever .-xisttfl before in this county. The Treas urer's accounts were settled up probably with better satisfaction than has ever been done by any of his predecessors. The ac counts agreed to the very cent, and the Auditors report that the books have ljecn kept iu such a u.auner as to save them at leat several days in the auditing. The tax payers will also be gratified to learn that the county i free from debt, and that there is an available outstanding surplus fund amounting, with cash iu the Treasury, to home twenty-seveu thousand dollar mid that they will lw relieved uf at least iwo. and probably three mills ou the dol lar cf their taxi the cusuing year. TiinXKW Elkttiox Law. -Th new election law about bem:: put upon tho statute books which has already passed the Scuatc and will no doubt bo sanctioned by the House at Harrisburs, is to a great extent a renactmeuioi u. u - sidcofrhiladelptna, mod.l.ed to mer re-enactment of that heretofore in frce out requirements of the new Constitutor The rnbarjiiJ but pro vision is made for appoiuting overseers by ;hc courts. The election is to be kept open front seven in the morning until seven u ti e evening. The result, when counted ofT, is to lx; publicly proclaimed from the window, and triplicate -returns are io be made out .'itid one copy delivered ,o the minority inspector. Theme-cling ..fre'.uru judges cn the following Friday is. alK)'.ished. The certified return of each district must 1-e delivered to the Tro thonotary of th proper county on the day after the election, or not later than the KTond day, if the p!are of election is more ihau twelve utiles distant from the county town, with no railroad communication. Ths Court of Common Pleas meets for ih? purpose of "counting the returns, which arc to be prewnUnl by the Prot hono rs v aiI publicly read. Where two or nre'couuties arc joined in a district for xw purpose, return judges to certify the i. -suit will be appointed by the Court. IVillots arc to have a number written on them by the election officers corresponding wlili the numlK-r of the voter on the list pi by li.e clerks. Care is taken to pro Ket the purity and tanctity of the ballot, and severe penalties are provided auainst atumpts at fraud or any betrayal of the manner in which any i-erson has voted. The law thu far app ars to Ik? well digested and practical, aud so far as we in the coun try are eonccrned will make little i rc'pti !ile change, in the conduct of our elections. Jickk. Davis having denounced in the nap.-i Hon. Henry S. Footc, of Missis sippi, as "constitutionally a liar," Fooie returns the compliment with interest, aud "-presses his willingness to fight. Th. re a strong jirobability of a duel, aud if so, Wenrich. of the Srliusgrove 27, aud Eiehholtr., of the a,i' nit, it is said, con template being present. And iu the event of the fall of Davis, the former will act as representative chief inourner,and the latler pall-K arer. for Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania liegis'.ature have thus lar failed ou the "grab" for Purdon's Di-ff.-si. Will not some pious and considerate member propose a a substitute that each nwinlicr, clerk, Ac. be supplied with a copy of the 'liiblc" and "Palcy's Moral Philosophy" at the public espcusc. Sim K our last issue we have beeu highly comphnicuted ujon the fine ap:earauce of the Amekk-an, and its excellent good print. Some have eveu concluded that we had procured an entire new dress of type, but we will state that all is owing to the work produced by one ot C. lVttcr, Jr., & Co.'s power pres'e, on which the Ameri can is printed. We are free to ay that " have not seen a press that gives better -alisfaetion, for fine distribution and good work generally. It supplies our waut pre cisely, and we could not be induced to ex change for any other press we have yet seen. In fact, we consider the Potter press the best country newspaper press in use, ns there is nothing wanting that could add i. making better work. Ai cording to the" annual statement of the leaci:;g mercantile agency of New York, tlie entire number of commercial und tinaucial failures, throughout the vvliede country during the past year was .".,11 against 4,'tW in 1572. Total liabili ti'cB i22",4"it,(nj against $121,0.n;KKJ iu 1S7J, In Penu-ylvania there were failure-, with liabilities amounting to 1.- ll.'l.O'H' A H.w years ago, when the Northum ! i -Und Couuty 7iov' was edited and published by Eichholtz & Iay, it liecame notorious for libcliiug some of our best and most respected citizen,. Mr. Eichholtz ih.-u laid the blame on Mr. Day, his part ner. Mr. Day is nA in this viciuily, aud not connected with that paper, and it is wondered who now will get the blame for the libellous article appearing in that pul licalioti. ( 'QVA't Tl-n oe T f'jl'KK IX THK FlttsT DK.i:i:-The trial of Moif,,nVl on' Tim; (colored,) for tlie murder of AlT.:!1 Pm Iiiu, near Middlctown, Dauphin couuty, lermiuatcd on Tuesday last. Tlie jury, after lieing out about four hours, returned . f Lt fire! Af.irtH " a veiuict fl inmoLi m - B The prisoners pn serve 1 a calm demeanor during the polling of the jury, but hung their heads when returned to prison after llw- verdict wrts received and the juiy dis charged. Dkatii of Ex-CiiiEr Ji sti e Thomp-H.X.-Ex-Chief Justice Thompson, of the Supreme Court, fell dead in the Supreme i r,.,i ; 1M, lade nliia. on eoi.es oui l -- day morning last, whilst attenuing .o j-ro- fcssional duties. . . "Xow ietthe l'residentsend in the name I wj,-l!c a nian wjl0 wa6 btanding ou the side of some 'loyal' scoundrel and he will surely j walk wn( froin l)18 lliauner) v as evi 1 couirajel.".si:Jt..-'.'ro.-f ; . w.llt5lin,r fr pom,. OIK.f approached The editor of the Selinsgrove 7'"" s ,M I Uie milier UIlj, without saying a word, mill true to h rebed proclivities. The re- j revol vcr and shot him down. Some jdtfWfMr. Cubing lor Chief Justice, on , & cr90nB) whowcrc standing .rVun.l thiUiecorr..,;OI1ded with and , , witueS9cd lhe murder, attempted SaM aS IW,JCUI , I to arrest the assassin, but, with the revol- nredacy he ij, ail urage, and , he threaU:I,c t0 dl0It any J , - owjeVv ;ouc who attempted to interfere, and pass- The time for holdW,,, the next State Fair j quickly down the street disappeared in in Pennsylvania has l.j fiSed for the last j an a!ey way, r.ud nothing. li-n sm n of Tu.day of A-ptetulK-r. The length ef the j )lim 8i,lC(.. meeting in to hp four da5s. The place will j uc 8 described as of about 5 feet Inches Dot 1. decided until the March meeting of j in elat,:re, with a scratch on the left cheek, ihe !ale Agricultural Society. ' a mark on his nose-, of dark complexion, ..... r, "".""" "" , ' Mack hair and moustache. He was a i . e h inocratshave nominaled Col. A. j u.ou u btTorc in k. Met lurr, as a candidate ayor of ; tran i,n.-d for Ph-ladelphta tn opponHon to Mayor M- , I u , The Kentucky Snate, which recently j refused to lH-rtuit the United States llag to be raised over tin Male Jlouc dur ing its session, has now by a large ma jority, defeated a bill for the suppres sion U' lawlessness in that banditti-ridden Commonwealth, it is understood that the Ku Klux iutend t- compliment that body by the passage 01 a suitable resolu tion of thanks lor these vital proofs of pa triotism and devofian to the true intt-rests of society. The Tottsville Junnud says: YrhUrday moniing or Tuesday night, as the hour was near that of midnight, an Ashland your.g lady arose from her bed in her sleep, walked out the third story window of her father's residence, and was taken up terribly injured. The unconscious victim of somnambulism is Miss Sallie Garner, daughter of Mr. L. F. (iarner. She fell a distance of over thirty feet, and bad oue of her lower limbs broken iu three places, lesides rectiviug other injuries. At last accounts she was lying uncon scious. It was not known that Miss tiar uer ever walked iu her sleep. The loom in which she retired with her sister, on Tuesday night, had previously been occu pied by a brother, who was a sleep-walker, To prevent harm white he occupies the j room, the wiudows were furnished with iron liars. Sometime airo the young la- i dies were moved to this room, and the bars taken away as useless. AVe received a verv pleasant klter ofj, " , . ' -i'i-"-"J , , rr it- i v - i- 'deep sleep, bu was startled 5,s the jrhast V " y 7""' "TT lj.onie, for a boUf AncMlvne l.iiiiinent wmcli we gave nun, ana wh.chhesays has entirely cured hun of 1 the troublesome and dangerous c-.ug.i he j had when here. J On the death of o,, of England s mos , eminent phj sie.aus. au his ellects were sld , by auction, and among other things was a seaJed packet, marked "Advice to Physi- . , . n-, : cians," which brought a grca price. 1 he . purchaser oiK.pcn.ng the packet read as follows: "Keep the head cool, the bowels " . , 1 , . . dren and the feet warm. If physic :sne- irL" 1 f I cessarv. use Parsou s Purgative l ibs : they : LL . 3y , . arc t he most scientifically prepared pill that j ,. , , , , as appeared m the last hundred years. - ! Louis Kossuth.thc once great Hungarian ' leader, who, by his eloquence and positiou, j attracted the world's attention is now eking i out a pr-nurtjus existence at Turin, on j what he can earn from teaching, said to be less than two hundred dollars a year. He j 13 old, infirm, poor, and almo.t forgotten, j I Telegraphic News. j ! r.iKloftlie Coal TroiibW Tin- Ml - iter UeMinie Work fo-tlaj. WlLLF.sts.Vi: UK, Jan. 1 1. Tho following proposition to the miners was made pnMic this morning :-- Office of the i.KHir.w am n ii.ki.s- .-r (v... Cmii-itv Wini.xnii'l:!' J..W...I. v -..-..j .... ., , , Pa., Jan. A 174. To Miners aud I.a- j berers of hafts Aios. II, iz anl l..- t.en- 1 " propositions :- 1 . I l..n.t.T mol'j .!! tt..i t. it mr out i.-e worh. win ne res.imen in -"'"' pauy at once at the prices during 17.1, aud, un.l.-r the same arrangement, accept- ing the proposition inaite ty cnaries i ar-1 rish on the 2J,j j.,y (lf April, 1S71 The above terms to be accepted for a per iod of one year from January 1, 187. O other proposition will be eutertaincd. G. II. Paiikish, General Superintendent. I lie nieii will sccep: toe terms aru ne-: m n lf11 . I. gin worK on ioiuiay. ino iiKesoarre i Coal and Iron Company are paying their ! men to-day. ! Itrnlal Muriler iu Iho Coalx ICe triouH. Pottsvii.i.h, Jau. 21. Mr. lhadley, of Forestville, was murdered about eleven I o'clock last night by a man named Farrel, while eating supper. Farrel shot lh adley i in the bide, aud then afterwary cut him in i found the residetiee of the twins was sev two and thew the murdered man down an I cral miles from the village, and, the hour air hole of a deep mine uol far from win re j being very late, 1 was unable to go there, the murder was committed. His wife gave ; As the doctor's information was not en- the alarm, and the murderer was arrested at twelve o'clock, being caught in his house. He is now under arrest at Miners- i ville, and'will be brought to Pottsviheand j lodged iu prison. A hearing of the case i will be had at once. There is much ex-1 citement shown. No cause is eiven for the i foul deed. ' " It! VSI A. j THE MAKKIai.E OF THE MKE ot KiUN- : IHRiAXITIIEOKASJIrCIIEssMAIIA. ! Sr. rrri-nsiu-iie;. Jan. o.'!. j The mania-e of the Duke of Edcnburg ! aud the C rand Duchess Maria was soleiH-l nized at on.- o'clock this afternoon. The day was observed as a holiday, and since j early in the morning, when salutes were I fired, the streets have been crowded with j pc ot)t imxmtlYft HIE EVENT 1" EN'iil.ANH LomhA, January, i:. Flags arc die-' played from all the public and many pri vate buildings to-day in honor of the mar riage of the Duke of Ediuburg. Windsor Castle, the residence of ihe Prince of Wales at Smdringham, and other build- i nigs occupicii oy me royai iamiiy, arc juo- tni li i.'i-oi"i!i il with liinii'oe'. ThroUL'h- ... .l.,. o.;r,eo..trv the bells are rin-in- i..iw.no, .. .-.he, on.imU uid marriae-esi-r-1 vices are bein - celebrated in the English i ,., " ! hie MAi'.uiAoE 1-onTios. ; i or. w tiy, i lien, noes inc uocior per- The Crand Duchess has been royally j sist in saying that it was from a shock or provided for by her father. She brings to j flight that Keg died? ... her husband a dowry or ,0"A), and will ' Mr. A.- I iio.X kuow: but I bend Dr. receive a yearly allowance of 1,00 This Hill . rfeTilngMVoi th say that he would last at;io':iil wlu u added VjjhT:iuuu'iytU,vr have the IxMli.t of th. dead twins voted to the Duke of Ediuburg by ParHa- inent last milliner, aud th:; annuai allow- ance made by the Jucn on hi. Incoming r n . i... ....l .,f 1 1., . .1 llllir 1(1 t.l. .WW. IT .......yi". IJLIIII1YC ... , - - ' . - - of the icventie which they will derive from their investments. Altogether, the Duke will be one of the richest uncrowned prin- ces in Eurojy?, and will be in no danger of coming to waut. Another .Murder. Wilkksiiai'.ue, Jan. 4. Vct,.f,l,, ,,f. t i HO ! i t luiiu'i.i.n fi.nr mill tiei ftVlof-K' ;i ( m ttlong ia 1 ittstou, ou his way home from work, lca!h of ihe Siamese Twins. The death of the Siamese Twins in an nounced to have occurred on Saturday, the 17th inst., at their residence near Mount Airy, X. C. A New York 7? correspondent writ ing from Mount Airy, gives the following account of an iuterview with Dr. William HolliiiL-swoi th, relative to the death of the twins: Ir. lJ'dliiigsworth explained that Chang had an attack of paialysis shortly after re turning from Europe last year ; that he had beeu sutleriug from pueumouia, or se vere lung cold for the past month, and that he (the doctor) believed that it was expo sure before he had sufficiently recovered from this malady that caused his death. Ou Friday Eng was as well as usual, and Chang not apparently much worse. Eng was in excellent spirits, and seemed re markably cheerful and sprightly. Chaug, on the other hand, from the debility caus ed by his paraljsis and cold, together with a certain stupidity resulting from the use c . l. -. : .... ........ c,, r. .1 ., 11. ... Ol it, mucii SLi.nu.au, a ...u., .... and snappish when spoken to, win, h of late was hi accustomed conduct. All the family retired at the usual hour. l-ng's wife and children slept up stairs; the twins slept downstairs. It was hvc 0,)ck in the morning when one of Kug's , sims heard, as he thought, a call from his uncle Chang. Uespondiug as quick' as possible, he came down stairs, auc g.mg to the side of the bed upon which his uncle I f'liono I-jv fiiiim! liim lvin' n ........ ;.. j and singular apiearance A tliC fealures, k.hicb worc au expre8jj wf in :fuo I ..... w,.r,. m,.i, .,...,.,, i, i,.,,! -rf, & ( xamiu;iti,m lhc bv cov. rcd his uncle was dead, and uttering j( whoJtf .j of into the roo:u in their night dresses, tumu,f iml , w t,cat, .m J . "... the doctor and fort hang s wife and chil , , ... , , , , dren, must have so terribly shocked Eng , , . , ... that his nervous svsteni became completely - , prostrated, and h- never uttered a word , . .. . ,frE, exci pt the single cxpie-siuii, 'And I must die. I )." Two houis from tin discovery of Chang's death, Drs. William llollingswortli and Taylor arrived, only to lin.l tlie twins dead. Correspondent. How long do you think Eng had Iven dead xvlun you arrived? Dr. II'l!ingsworth.- N"o more than ten or fifl'M'ii minutes. Cor.-Do vou think his th aih was caused .:..,.,,..,...,:,,,, or nrtrrv vanz from one to the other through the ligament 1'.-t united them? j Jlr I( am cotid,-nt that Ena's death j wa, j.rl,,,.,.,! Jjy n, such cause. ; I)( ( nnl Mivyt, u,, ! , , ... , . .1 t. .1.. OI jiiinio sticn vna. tronnecitoti iiiroumi me iii;,,m,.tlty i. W t , . I .... 1 1 .J i II.- l no nt. in cause i nave aneuu- ... . t , .i j 'o "i-m wiien one wa sick aim me omer j in good health, and when ti.-re was as j mucli as twenty teats .lilli n nc; to tlie j II)iu:o ; ,iuir puUatiuii. o.r.-- What, then, in your opinion, caus i.'n..-s ,icaih'r Dr. II.--The gn at shock and terror in spired by such a union with death, added j i tvl.i..!, wjv !.- lu lii'f tvliii-li iireviiiled "" - - . iH tween tlietn that when onedieil ttie omer . wouid. These' combined to destroy his mental faculties and paralyze his physical rUt.r a1(j j "Uecumlicd to the dread visitation. Cor. You do not think, then, that if the ligament had lceu severed his life would have been saved? Dr. II. I do not. I rather think that any operation, utiles pettbrmed immedi ately upon the di-eovery of Chang's death, would have hastened his (Eng's) death. Wit AT AN m.i ritiKxn SAYS. Cpon my arrival at Mount Airy I entirely satisfactory, I next sought and obtained an interview with Mr. Isaac Arm- field, an old intimate friend of lw twins, who was present and helped to lay them j ut after their demise. j "Mr. Armi'ield,"' I asked, "is it your ) opinion that Eug died from the shock or flight occasioned by his brother's death.?1' Mr. ArmlU Id. Xo, sir, it is not. Iain as Wl.jj ,;;,tlsij,.,i ii,;it blood (lowed from ol. the other through that connecting li-an blood (lows in mv ritrht and left arm. : Col r. spondetit.- -Then you think it was the death of Chan- that precipitated the death of EngV Mr. A. Yes, sir. After Chang's death the blood from Eng's body (lowed into his, but there leing no responsive vitality it coual uol tiw Lack, so thai r.ng iiieu irom exhaustion and loss of blood, and not from any shock r fright. Cp to the time of Eng's death the liganieut, which is some eight inches iu length, was warm as far ns where it entered Chang's body, which was cold at the lime. The very nature of the ligament, which is four inches wide and as thick a my wrist, passing from the abdo men of one to the other, and iu the centre of which is the one navel of the twins, is ! nroof positive that the same blood that (lowed iu the vein., of one Howd also in thoM- ..f the other. : than the whole of Surrey county. : Cor. --What appearance did the ttvins jucsent after death? Xi'r t'lim r tv'iii no'iilv lil.n-k in tin c. i sri... i,...i ,i;...ii.. fit or I lil I , KU" I " - ; in great agony Fug looked as if he had : been asleep ' Cor, -Do you know whether Eng made j any expression of pain before he died? Mr. A. Yes. I inquired particularly hoot i Imt .mil foiiiii' lleit lie called re- jH-at'edly to those around him to rub and .U l,- .,r.,.u n.l !..., l..t l. ... .rnm,w Ml 11 III.- t i I li IIIOI ia' ' 'i t.nrc ioii ir:i t ioti rif loss of blood or that the circulation was impeded from some cause, and this confirms ,lle in t10 opinion that the death of Chang superin - dueed ahat of Eng. xo orECATiox o the i.ioament. Xo effort whatever was made to perform an operation on the ligament with regard to ascertaining whether there was an ar- tery passing through it or not, as that phi' ded by the members, many of whom would have, materially interfered with j congratulated him upon his forcible speech, prospective greenbacks, and present spec-j The popular demand for one cent letter illations would have been nipped in the ' postage has been manifested through sev bud. Embalmed ami preserved as they J eral members, who have introduced bills in are, the bodies of the twins will have a : the House upon that subject, Publishing market value from which money can al- houses thieughoitt I he country endorse the ways be realized by those having posses- j proposition to reduce postage on books sionofthem. The liyamcnt cut in the and other printed matter one-half, while iutrnM, of science, the ciirioiity would be! the retail dealers oppose the measure, destroyed, and, consequently, the sr-pa- Hills have been offered covering U rate dead bodies would be of no value. above, propositions, and are now under I have been informed ou the most au- consideration and discussion iu the House thentic authority, that Dr. J k- Hollings- j Committ-e on Postollicis and IWroads. worth, while on his way Xorth, stated here that his mission there was to dispose of the dead bodies of the twins on the most favorable terms he could negotiate. This accounts fur the veil of mystery which has been thrown over the deaths of the twins, and furnishes the clue to the object in sup pressing the real cause of the death of Eng, by attributing it to the shock or fright oc casioned b' Chang's death. The sum asked for the privilege of a post mortem examination is stated to be $3,000 or $10,090. Correspondence. I'KOH tVlSHIVtiTOX. I'r.'i': i-ur ;-i-.e-ial Corresjjoudein. AVAsIIINOTON', D. C. January '2, 171. ) 1 .. Wilo.rt: The improvement iu the AmkimcaX last week was a decided success. I must con gratulate you oii its enlargement and fine appearance. Eookiug at it with a prin ter's eye I find much to praise and nothing tj oomk.,un- Vou fosCTVC cr0(1it for your U,,,,,;.,., spiril, d,sirc t ,,!,,ue, and . y t,.o u-c an t..ll;1 meaM of aJ I vcrt5tsi. revt-r-m your well-doing. i aml - o blish a I , -,.rx , . not , ........ 1 , - - D y journal m no respect. ing the promulgation of truo llepublican principles. You have the people with you, and with their approval you must suc ceed. In looking over the Postmaster General's last annual ii port, I find the following statistics, which may be of interest to your readers : Stamps IsMc-it in lTii Stamped nvlti.-, ploTn. . ta'.npi-it niv. Iop.-.-, I-. 'tn.-l Newspaper w r ip; rr lnlale:l-1S Mrt.tisi.is: oo l,7i-'..M2 () i,5H.:f.T :o ....r.-.rat.. .'0,:'.,.,77') CO Inei-casc it. value over 1S72 of . 1,:'.2'.,1 IS. There as also issued to the various Departments of the government, stamps. riivcloiifi and wrappers to the amouut of Sii'i.t'l 20, t prepay postageon business communication-. Since the repealed' the fraukiug privilege n!i the D.parimenls must picpay postage. This amount was used in nix months, and certainly the fig ures will be doubled by July 1, 1S71. Taking into consideration the mimber of IT extra' clerks e.uployed to keep the account of these stamps, and placing them ou let ters. iVc, there i- ii" saving over the old plan of franking. To be sure, it makes the financial exhibit of the Postmaster (ti tuial look i tier, but it sceins to ine it is only "robbing Pet. r Ij pay Paul." Another fact should !c mentioned in this connection, viz: no matter the amount of mail sent ov r the railroad daily, be it ten pounds or ten tons, the companies re ceive the same pay. The daily CA " irk of this city, says of i this subject: "There are a great many fea- i tures about the abolishment of the frauk existeuce j . .,r1 ,.. v;;ii.. t,. tlie ,uf I " ' I naked eve. Among other delightful me ! mi ntot s the Si cretarv of State has had to 1 .... ..,.. i .... ,...,., .;,. i f ,.itt JljlV) w u .. s..un.(S but u . . Adding to this the I J 1 j salary of the man who has to put them ou j the envelopes, four of whom hav broken j down since the act took ell'ect, and it makes ; a very pleasant little item of expense." Figimsdo not lie (paitieu'.arly those I ' , i saving to tlie goveriimenij, ana a glance i over them will show the fallacy of this pet I policy of reformers. (?) j tuite a lively discussion took place in i the House em Saturday last. Mr. Hob- j bins, of Xorth Carolina, a former rebel j general, spoke a written speech in opposi j tioa to the Civil Itights bill. In the ; course of his remarks he was bitter against the colored race, frequently alluding to them as "niggers,'" He declared they were unequal to the white man iu every rcsjKct; he was not even a "black white man;"' he was a musical, frolicsome, danc- ing, jovial fellow; in fact he was the world's 1 "Merry Andrew." He scouted the idea j that the negro would tight, but had seen a ! few of them, inspired by whisky, brought up to the scratch. He continued in his j tirade, and the import was the ignorance j and inferiority of the negro race. He also en 1.1 i f lirt ivnrii irk Ci!iUt 1 Itiitl f. kt limit oin. 1 14 II., U V.iV. OV n.C i uiil blem (the eagle was for the white man), he would take theero which was a medium sized bird, and represented mediocrity; it was the right color, and would fully rep resent their thieving propensities. Mr. Cain, colored member from South Carolina, immediate ly obtained the tloor 1 10 reply. ifc "7.ofr nous, um :nn- oi'l jtr'ii'tfo.tinu. 1 he colored man went this high-toned Southern gentlcmau j (not, however, using any low or vulgar phrases,) in a way that c:iusedhitn to roll up his speech, lock his desk, and retire from the hall of the House- to the saloon in the basement for lunch. Mr. Kobbins dared not remain lo receive the eastiga tiou, in words, of a man who was once a hl:IVo Alluding to the question of Mr. Hob- bine' why the slaves did not exhibit their fctiperioriti1 while slaves by- uprising and throwing otr the shackles that bound them while the men were absent in the field lighting during the rebellion, and the slaves had only the women and children to fear, wl0' thoy did not embrace thai op ! portunily to gain their freedom, Mr. Cain I lh'' eolored race scorned to do such an aci, and would spi"ii ttio freedom obtained iu that mao;ier: that they warred not against hejplcss women and children, and only fcught men who were brought face to face in battle, and that no doubt the gen tleman from Xorth Carolina recollected that f id, for he had got out of their way pretty quick on one oce-asion. To the taunt of inferiority and ignorance as crilied to them, he said, "The colored race labored faithfully for you for two hundred years, and where is the school house which ! . .. ... i c .... .1., n ii.nt I you erecien ior u.e.i uu5 - j time? Can you point it out to any one?" . w . . i r. 1 1 . 1 ..c .. j e 111:11 alKr a" ul 3 ' HOUS laoor, llll" ell.e...il.l iiuunnr'n .--i .n them to Africa, but he thought such a course would not be pursued just at pres- j et; and even if they did he was sure the i gentleman aim HIS menus noun n.n.u io.- '')W llietu. io toe enn mai uiej iin-in, oini ... .1 . i ..... .t J ,1' 'ir " 'vices. The gentleman had spoken of their etiei ts to educate the ne- 1 P""- .' -iocks, me mp- i I1'"1- c,pt' ll" tumb-m-w and the lash; these we c me means iney useu io ui iug these oarbarians into a state of civiliza tion " A ; the close, Mr. Cain was warmly ap- Shonld the latter bill become a law, par ties who desire to purchase book3 of any description can deal directly with the pub lisher, as the cheap postage would enable him to do so, thus saving money, and do ing away with tht; services of the retail dealer. This would not suit booksellers in the countn', but the people would profit by it. The Hanking and Currency Committee, at its meeting yesterday, agreed by a vote of ten to one to report adversely upon Judge Kelley's 3-C" bond scheme. The gentlemen composing this committee could sec no possible means of inflating the cur rency by this method of Mr. Kelley's. To obtain the bonds the people must put their money in the Treasury of the United States, and without any clause in the bill to have the money again put in circula- tion, it might as well be locked up in the !innt or hid tvwav in some dark corner of Wall street. Yours, fraternally, II. D. W. oris xi;u yokk i,etteic. THE CHIEF JUSTICE liLAtK WELL'S IS LAND AND TWEED LABOR THE NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT. Xew Y'ork, Jh . 27, lsol -. i THE CHIEF JUSTICESHIP-, The appointment of Morrison IX. Waite, of Ohio, to the Chief .Justiceship, meets with favor at tho hands of the be3t citizens j of Xew York. True, the average Xew j The streets run filth in rivers, and if this Yorker would have been better pleased had j weather should continue, an epidemic of some man better known, or rather more ! some sort may be reasonably expected, widely-known, been selected ; but as Mr. ; A j;Ew religious MOVEMENT. Waite came to them heavily endorsed, they ; The clergymen of the various Evangeli accepted him gladly. Any body but Cush- j cai Churches of the city have determined to ing. Speaking about "well-known," the jgin in February an united effort in the Xew Yorker means by that, well-known ir. way 0f a revival of religious feeling, iu the Xew loik. A mau who is well-known in Xew York is esteemed by Xew Yorkers as callable of doing anything, and as fit for any position under the stars. I heard an amusing colloquy between an Ohio man, who had had "the mere local reputation"' of Mr. Waite thrown at him till he was tired of it, and one of these metropolitan gentlemen. "Who would you have had ?"' asked the Ohio man. "Why, Pierre-pom, of course.'' "Oh. my dear sir," said the Ohio man. "he wouldn't have answeredjat ail. He is something of a lawyer ; but, iny dear s.r, Am ih a hu e ?'((( r(hnttio. li Ant'" ...i.. r i , ... ' : it i ci'.;, I. oyr .r( if , 1 1 i f'f'A'"ec . i He wouldn't do." I1L A CK WELL'S IL A X D. There is a narrow strip of land, dropped into the waters of the East lliver, and run ning upward about, two miles, from oppo site the foot of Fiftieth street, which has been brought into unusual prominence of late, from its having become, the residence of the Ex-I!oss, Wra. Marey Tweed. Devot ed entirely to the Institutions of the De partment of Charities and Correction, it contains a population of over seven thou sand souls and such souls ! From Lu nacy on one end of the island, through all the forms of crime and pauperism and dis ease, to Small I'ox on the other, it is mine of study for the sociologist, and a place of i:rave interest to all. The northern point of the island juts into the boiling tides of HeU-Cate, and bears a fine light-house, newly constructed by the labor of the convicts in the Penitentiary. Xear this is a singular structure Fort Maxsey the work of an old man, who for some forty years has been an inmate of the Lunatic Asylum, and who, for all this length of time, moved by the same delusion, has toiled and toiled, building and re-building, with the belief that the defence of the city depends upon his works. Every board washed ashore by the current, every scrap of iron or stone he can pick up, all the paint and nails which the small sums given hiin by visitors can buy, is utilized, and the product, with its wooden guns, its moat and draw-bridge, and what-not, is a won der of patient, coherent woik and reason ing, from an insane couvictiou. Xear by are the buildings of the Lunatic Asylum, with some twelve hundred inmates ; among them many, the peculiarity of whose- delu sioiis renders them especially interesliug. These delusions are for the most part plea- Bant ones dreams of exalted power un- 1 bounded wealth, matchless beauty. You will see in that budding a woman of, per haps, forty-five, who claims to be the moth er of God. Shu was, twenty years ago, the most prominent of the teachers of Xew York. Xow, she tells you gravely of her visit to heaven last evening, and of what she saw and did there, and she pres.-nts you with diamonds, which are gl iss, ob tained from the coal-scuttle. Another le lieves himself to be the Emperor of the world, and is decorated with stars and gar ters, cut from his bed-quiit. He turns round three times at each sentence, and tells yon the exact way in which each coun try of the globe came into the possession of his family and himself. Then there is a tall, fine-looking man, who perfectly ra tional on all other subjects thinks that be is our Saviour, and refuses to water his garden bceauso if his Father, Cod, wished it watered he would send rain, and to in terfere would be disobedience on his part. Further down the islaud comes the Woik Ilouse, filled with drunkards, vagrants, street-walkers ; and further still the Alms Ilouse for the aged, blind, decrepid. Or.e department of this institution is the Incur able Hospital, occupied by old meu and women, paralytics, and sufi'crers from in curable disease. More than oue has come here to end a life which has endured al ready for more than a century, and all have exceeded the allotted three-score aud ten. Xext is the l'euitentiary, with its '.khj cdls, all full, aud its distinguished guest, Uoss Tweed, performing resignedly aud quietly the menial duties of hospitr.-lordcrly. What au episode in the political annals of Xew York ! Win. M. Tweed, who ruled us all, who gave and who took away, whoso statue was to decorate out public squares, brought up a felon on the very boat which had so often borne him and his retainers of the Ainericus Club as distinguished visi- i tors to the island, tumbled into the bath- tub by a man whom he had himself ap I pointed, shaved, cropped, clothed in stripes j and cast into a cell six feet by four ! There ! is a funny side to this as to everything else. Upon tho card which hangs over j Tweed's bed, like those of the other cou j victs, his occupation is given as "states I mau," an unintended satire. Hut I have dwelt too long upon the insti i tutions of this island. They are admira bly managed. Dr. A. E. Macdonald, a ma-i of not more than thirty -eight, is the i chief of staff iu the hospitals, and to him ! the credit for the perfection of the maua.v,e J ment is eutirely due. He is devoted to his ! profession, and both iu medicine and sur I gery rauks with the ablest and best iu the ! country. He is a man of worderful at ! tatunients, which, combined with great ex i ecutivcability, makes him emphatically the I man for the place. j LAUOR IN THE CITY. On Friday last another attempt was i made by the foreign agitators to bring about ! a coullict between labor aud capital. A ' meeting was to have been held in the City j Hall Park, but it was not held. The real . laborers were too busy aud the agitators could do nothing without them. The times j are undeniably hard, but there is, never- j theless, labor for every man who will work. And to show the groundlessness of the movement the Commissioners of Emigra tion have offered to pay the fares of a large j number of the idle, able-bodied immi grants to parts down South, where labor is in demand. These foreigners will keep on disturbing things till one of these fine days they will raise a native-American party that will amount to something. The Communists and Internationalists in Europe have griev ances ; here they have none ; and the la borers of liew York feel that these distur bers are making unnecessary trouble. THE WEATHER AND STREETS in New Y'ork is of a style that has never been seen here before. January 24th was as mnu, warm, ana Daiiuy as was ever known in any May. Windows were uni- j versally open, and in the middle of the day ; fires were allowed to go out. It is fortun- ate that the depression in labor is accom- appreciate weather that admits of a cut ting down of expenses. Hut what a condi tion this warm weather leaves the streets in I Xew York pays 100,000 per .month for street-cleaning, which is never done. Theaverage citi zen hails the advent of cold weather, for the filth is frozen up ; but this gcason, it is all iu a state of fearful liquidity j hope that it will spread all over the coun- try. Daily prayer-meetings are to be held, nightly meetings for preaching in the churches and all the available halls ; street preachers are lo be set at work iu the open air ; printed matter ia to be used persis tently, aud the advertisin g columns of the daily papers are to be utilized, to awaken i the masses to a deeper feeling in Heligion. i The various Christain associations join in : the move meut, the object of which is to ; cruah ()U, the Rrowui; tcnuency to hMJfe j .. an( the wj,ketjne9S whi(.h isbecora j in fashiyuabIe. It is a singular fact lhat. ! tee bom ax catholic church ' : has signified its willinnpss to ioin in the movement. 1 he priests of that denomina- j tion' admit that seme such movement is necessary to rescue their people from the growing inlluence of rum and dissipation generally. Dissipation is the first thing to attack, and te:hers of all denominations feel the necessity of a movement upon it. The movement will, doubtless, be a great success here, and will, of course, spread. Tlie year 174 will be memorable as a year of great religious fervor. Pietro. KIM WORDS. The Associated Reformed Presbyterian says For years Perry Davis' Paiu-Killer lias been known as a most useful family mediciue. For pains and aches we know nothing so good as the Pain-Killer. For many internal diseases it is equally good. We sjieak from experience, and testify to what we know. Xo family ought to be w ithout a fvjttle of Davis' Pain-Killer. Messrs. Perry Davis i Sox, Prov. It. I. Gents: Although a stranger to you I am not to your invaluable medicine, Pain Killer. I formed its acquaintance in 1S47 and I am ou most intimate terms with it still ; experience iu its usecoufiriws rcy be lief that there is no medicine equal to Pain Killer for the quick and sure cure of Sum mer Complaints, Sore, Throat, Croup, Bruises and Cuts. I have used it iu all and found a speedy cure in every case. Yours Truly, T. J. GAUDIXEK, M. D. Judging by our own experience whoever once makes a trial of Perry Davis' Pain Kiler, will not fail to recommend it widely as and unequalled liniment, aud valuable in ternal remedy for colds and various other com plants. Every Mo nth. The efficacy of Perry Davis' world-renowned Paiu-Killer in all diseases of the bowels, even iu that terrible scourge, the Asiatic cholera, has been amply attested by the most convincing authority. Mis sionaries iu China and India have writteu home in commendation ot this remedy in terms that should carry conviction to the most skeptical, while its popularity in com munities nearer home is ample proof that the virtues claimed for it are real and tan gible. Among family medicines it stands unrivaled. Ikmlnn Co u r'u r. The Suturdaij Ereiumj Guzfttf of Iloston, savs : It is impossible to find a place on this bioad land where Perry Davis' Pain-Killer is not known as a most valuable remedy for physical pain. In the country, miles from physician or apothecary, tho Pain Killer ischerished as the exculsive panacea, and it never deceives. "Perry 1 'avis' Pain-Killer is really a val uable medicament, aud, unlike most of the article, of the day, is used by mauy physi cians. It is particularly desirable in loca tions where physicians are not near ; and. by kcepiug it at hand, families will often sa ve the necessity of sending out at mid night for a doctor. A bottle should be kept in every house." Jbiston Traveller. "We have tested the Pain-Killer, and as sure our readers that it not only possesses all the virtues claimed for it, but in many instances surpasses any other remedy we have ever known." Jlerohl of Go.xl T.ih ertij. Jan. i. 1S74. lm. Htbi .bbcrtismcnis. I!.ii:ttlelliia A Kreatliug Kailroad. W IXTEK A HUUX (J EM EXTS. i)pt F.Mi-.fut stii, 1st:;. TitAiNs J.kvvi: Heissuon as Follows: (Sinoay Kxt'EI'TEn.) For Stiainoki.!, 10.10, 11.00 a. in. and 3.55 p. m. For Mt. C'armrl, Ashland, Tamaqna, Pnttsville, Ueailin it ml l'lihadelpliiu, 10.40 a. in. Tuains roii HintNnoN, Leave as Follows: (Si ndays Excepted.) Leavi- Shamokin at R.00 a. m. 1.50 ami S.55 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, 0.15 a. in., R.-adiuff 11.15 a. m., PdUsvillo, 12.10 p. m., Tatnaqua, 1.20 p m. Ashland, 3.35 p.m., Mt. Curtuel, 3.21 p. m. Tuains Leave Haiiuiiicku, as Follows : For New Turk, 5.30, S.K) a. in. and 2.00 p. m. For I'liiladeiiJhia, 5.30, S.10 a. t.i.,2.00 and 4.05 p. in. SlSIIAVS. For NYw York, 5,30 a. m. For l'liil.'dclphia, 2.00 p. ni. Tkaims fou Harkisiickc., Leave as Follows: Leave New York, '.t.00 a. iu., 12.40 and 5.30 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, t.15 a. in. 3.30 and 7.15 p. m. SlM.AYS. Leave Nw York, 5.30 p. m. Leave Philadelphia. 7.15 p. in. J. E. WOOTTEN, fleneral Sup't. Reading, la. Jan. 30, 1S73. COIKT I'KOIXAJIATIOX. Notice in hert-l.y piven that the several Courts of Com mon Picas, General Quarter Sessions of tlie Peace, and Orphans Court, Court ..f Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, in and for the county of Northumberland, will commence ut the Court House, in the borough of Sunl.ury, nl 10 o'clork A. M., ou MONDAY, MARCH the tlth, 1S74, and will continue two weeks. The Coroner, Justices of the, Peace nnd Consta bles in and for the county of Northumberland are requested to he then nnd therein their proper persons, with their rolls, records, imtuisitions, and other remembrances, to do those things to their several ottices appertain'mil to be done. And all witnesses prosecuting in behalf o' the Com monwealth spainst any prUsoner, are requested and commanded to be then and there attending in their proper persona to prosecute nijainst him as shall he jiiot and not to depart withnnt leave at their pcj-il. Jurors are reqitest'-d to be punc tual in th. ir attendance, at the tim! appointed, agreeably to their notices. Given under mv hand at Snnbtiry, the 2'Jth day ot January, In the year of our Lord one thou-sn-jil eight hundred and scventv-fonr. SAMUEL H. ROTHF.RMEL, Sheriff. nnfo c! piloting. T HE SUNBUKY AMERICAN The Largest and Most Complete Estab lishment IN" THIS SECTION. NEW TYPE, NEAT WORK, IMPROVED PRESSES, SKILLED WORKMEN. ORDERS PltOUPlLY FILLED. J-PR1CKS MODERATE. " BOOK, CARD AND .TOR PRINTING EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE. BUSINESS CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, VISITING CARDS, HIIOW CARDS, BALL TICKETS, BLANKS, HANDBILLS, MERCANTILE LETTER HEADS, N'OTB HEADS, BILL HEADS, ENVELOPES, CARDS, CHECKS AND DRAFTS, PROGRAMMES. DODGERS, PAPER BOOKS, MANIFESTS, CIRCULARS. Everything that Is needed in lhe printing de partment will be executed with promptness and at low price. All are Invited to call and exa mine our sample. No trouble to give estimates and chow poxl!'. We shal! cheerfully do this to nil. who e;1l f.r tlmt purpose, without charge. ?"Order3 for Sub-cription. Advertising or Job Printing, thankfully received. Address EMM. WILVERT, Proprietor, SUNBURY, PA. . . Mi' TIIE SUN BUR V AMERICAN Is THE BES T A 2) VER1SING MEDIUM In th Centra! p:irt of the State, IT CIRCULATE.- In one of tlie Most Thrifty, Intelligent and WEALTHY SECTIONS OF PENNSYLVANIA. Sample copy of paper pent to any address tree of charge. . FOR SALE. XJ'ALUABLE property in Purdytown on the V Cattuwissa road. New house 23 by 50 feel 2' ; stories high, finished In tbe bent manner from cellar to attio, 10 rooms. Lot 60 by 200 feet, planted with choice fruit and 6hrnbbery. Also a well of good water at the door, and all other conveniences of a comfortable home. Thsre is also on the lot a good stable, smoke bouse, coal and chicken house, and other outbuildings. Possession given by 1st of April next or sooner if desired. For particulars apply lo T. S. SHANNON, 3d and Market Square, Sunbnry, Pa. Sunbury. Jan. 30, 1674. Can tion. "NOTICE is hereby given tlutt my wife ALICE Al has left my bed nnd board" without any just ane or provocation. I therefore cautioa ail persons not to harboi or trust her on my ac count, as I will not pay any debts of her con tracting. JOSIAH MARTZ. Sunbury, Jan. 23, "74. :;t ADJOURNED CORT. Proclamation. WHEREAS the Honorable W. M. Rockefel ler, President Judge, and his Associates, for this District, have Issued their mandate for an adjourned Court for Northumberland county, to be held on Monday the 2nd day of March, A. D., IS74, being the 1st Monday of said month, in Sunbury. 1 therefore give notice, that all per sons interested, to be and appear at the pla aforesaid nt 10 o'cIock a. m.. or said dav SAMUEL II. ROTIIERMEL, Sh Sheriffs OUlee, Sunbury, Jan. 30, 1? 3cto bbfrtisHKnts. Jp - . At COURT HOUSE, Mm. ft, Thursday, February 5th, 1S74, The Celebrated NEGRO BOY PIANIST, y "BLIND TOM." The great Musical prodigy. ? ' Don't fail to see and hear this most wonderful living cariosity of the Nineteenth Century ! Doors open at 7, commence at p. m. Admission 50cts ; Reserved Seats 75 eta. N. B. Tickets for Reserved Bests may be ob tained in advance at HAZLETIXE'S Book Store. GEO. EVANS. E. G. MAIZE. Geo. Evans & Co., 914 Market Street, Philadelphia, TAILORS and MILITARY CLOTHIERS, Military, Band & Fire Organizations promptly uniformed. Samples of Cloth, with Photographs, sent free on application. Oars being the leading house on Military work. we feel that we can offer inducement which can not be attained anywhere else Jan. 23, 1873. Aaditor Notice. Iu re of the account of L. 5 In the Ciurt of Cora T. Rohrbach, Assignee mon Pleas of North of D. 9. Herb & Co. ) nmberLfii County. rrHIE undersigned, appointed lAndifoT by the L Court to distribute the moneys ia the hands of L. T. Rohrbach, Esq., Assignee cf D. S. Herb & Co., to and among the creditors le gally entitled thereto, will attend lo the. d utie of . his appointment, at his office in Soifcnry,P., on SATURDAY, the 14th day of FEBRUARY, 1S74, at 10 o'clock A. M., of said day, when afi parties interested may attend if tbev see proper. - T. n. B.' RASE, Sunbnry, Jan. 21, 1874. Auditor. - Building Lots For Sale. VTINETEEN LOTS, 25x100 feet, Trontinlif on Vine street, in Sunbury. Pric41-ii Also thirty lots, 25x137, fronting on Spruciild Pine streets. Price $1S per foot. Also eC k lots, 25 x90, fronting on Fourth street betweAf Walnut and Spruce. Price 450. Also 21 lots 25x1 10, . fronting on Third and Spruce streets, between Walnut and Sprues. Price $400. Also 5 lots 21x230 on the north side of Spruce street. Price ?tW0. Also 16 lots in Cakc'own. The above prices do not include corner lots. Persons de siring to purchase w-il do well to call soon. Terms easy. IRA T. CLEMENT. j-.in.23, 3m. j VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. The property of Samuel Gosslcr, deceased, sit uate on the corner of Fourth street and Sfrunokin Avenue, in the borough of Sunbnry, is offered at private sale, on reasonable terms. For particu lars call on, or address PETER S. GOSSLER, Sunbary. JOHN Y. GOSSLER, Scran ton Pa. Executor... Or on M. C. Gearheart, Market street, San--bury, Pa. 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