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The Sunbury American
Is Pt ni.isnEn Evert Fiiin.tv, iiv
EM'L WILVERT, Proprietor,
Cormrof JJdrd St., a,i l Mula Kjnm,
At One Dollar ami Filly On Is
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lU'niiiiiiim.ufll iUTlumit Ik 1. Uyt d lil af
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.tiiug imj'iid miIm.im -
liivMcun of tins celebrated Institution, has
":w,l',u l:,c certain, spt-dy, pleasant and
uuci-iuai remenv m tne world for ail
DISEASES OF IMPKUDENCE
t eaiviieis ot tue Back or Liiulis, Stricture.
1 fr.tiH r i t . . . -
ui aiaui-j anu Blander, lnvoliin
Ury Discharges, Iiupoteiicy, General Dcl.ili-ty.-"
Nervousness, D.vspepsy, Languor, Low
Spirits, Coufnfion of Ideas, Palpitation ol
the Heart, Timidity, Tremb'in-s, Dimness
of Sicht or Giddiness, Disease! of the Head
Throat, Noee or Skin, Affection of Liver, Liui''
Stomach or Bowels these terril.le Disorders
rising from the Solitary Habits or Youth those
ecrct ond solitary practices more fatal to their
victims than the song of Syreus to the Mariners
of Ulysses, blighting their tnot brilliant hopes
of anticipations, rendering raaniac, Ac, impo?
ible. TOUN'G MEN
specially, who have become the victims of Soli
tary Vice, that dreadTul and destructive habit
which annually iweeps to an untimely Rrav
inoiisaiids ol young men or the mot exalted
talents and brilliant intellect, who intent other
wise have entranced listening Senates with the
thunders of eloquence or waked to testacy the
living lyre, may rail w ith full contidence.
Married Tcrsons or Youuir ilea coulcuiijiatlng
marriage, aware of Pbyeical Weakness, ll.i,
i Of rVoorentive Power Impotcncy, Nervous Ex
tiUblllty, I'alpHation, Organic V eakucss, Ner
vous Debility, or auy other PisiplaliUejitioii,
He who places thnself uudcr the care of Dr. J.
may lelifriotuly confide in bis honor as n gentle
man, and confidently rely u'iou his skill as a I'iiv-
Iuipotenry, ioea of Power, Immediately Cured
i ..tt i:. it .. t " I
uii iuii lEur Ke-ioreu.
This Distressing Atfcction which render Life
miserable and marriage imposeibli is the eiiaH v
paid by the victims of improper indulgence:.".
Young persons are too apt to commit exceses
from not being awnre of the dreadful const icnees
that may ensue. Sow, who that undiands
the subject will pretend to deny that the oer
f procreation is lost sooner y "those facing into
improper habit than by the prudent T Uvi,U-
beinjj deprived the pleasures of healthy uS-primr,
i ne inoM serious and disl ructive symptom s l o Ix -t li
body aad mind arise. The system becomes
ran-ed, the Physical and Mental Kunesii.ns
Weakened, Loss of Procrcativo Power, Nervous
IrriUbility, Dyspe, An, Palpitation or the II. art,
!ndteMiou, Constitutional Debility, a Wasting
f the Frame, Couj,'b, Cotisumption. Decay and
A 11 Kt WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
Persons ruined in health by unlearned prrtcn
ders w ho keep them trillinir month after 1110:1th
itthinif poisonous and injurious
should apply immediately.
Member of the Royal Colleire of Sur-eon-, Lou
den, Graduated from one or the most eminent
Orejjes m the United uu, and tlio greater
riri of whose ile has been pent in the hospitals
f nndon, Pris, Philadelphia, und elsewhere
kas efTected eon of the most ustonUhiuu' un
that were ever known ; many troubled wiihrinc
inc: In the head and ears when asleep, crcat
nervousness, bcini: alarmed ut sud.leu aoauds,
bashfuluess, with frdjucnt blushing, attended
sometimes with derangement of mind, were cured
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
J. addresses all those who have
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IMSH E SI 50 IX ADVIM'E.
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Rates of Advertising.
On inch, (twelve lines or its wjnivalerit in Nocpeii,
1 H-e) one or two !nsert1cn.il..OO; three insert iodr K.8
SUNBUKY, PA., FRIDAY MORNING, Al'JlIL I I87G.
II. II. KASK, Attorney at Law. SL'N
HIRY. PA. Olliee i.."f..l... i.
(adjoiuin-theoiMeeofW. f. (iTv. nou-h. Es.'i. 1
i'iv.f.; 1 . .. . '
ties promptly attended to.
iiiiiiiiry, March l'i, lsr,'.-ly.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ANTl COI STV SOMCITOIt.
Office 011 Front Stieet below Market. Sunburv.
Coileclions and all le-al business promptly
attorney at law,
AMI ACTING JUSTICE OP THE PEACE.
Nevt Door to Jii.lire Jordan's K-sidenen. Cliest-
nnt Street, Sunbury, Pa.
Collections and all Ieira! matters tiromntlv at
ATTORNEY A 1 LA Y, AND
c tixc; jr.sriri: of thi; ika i:.
C1AI.! COAL! 'OAI.!-;iJANriJROS.,
1 WiiiiHTsand Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
WHITE AND RED ASH COAL, SUNRURY, PA.
Orders will receive urompt attention.
AXTIIItACITE COAL !
YMMJXTIXK IUKTZ, Wholesale and
f Retail dealer in every variety of
A.MiiKACITK COAL, UPPER WHARF,
Al! kinds or Grain taken in exchan-rc for Coal.
Orders solicited ami filled promptly. Orders left
at S. F. Nevin's Confectionery store, on Tliir.i
trcet, will reeieve promjit attention, aud money
i-"""". me fume as at me olllcc.
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Tnree UK-li. a. ...
Quarter ,'on;n a..
N.oiivcyamlnir.theiol'eetionsof claims, writings,
nud all kinds of'Les-al business will be attended
to carefully and with despatch. Can be consult
ed in the F.uirlUh and German lanirnaiie. Ollicc
in Ilaupt's buildmir. Market street, Siinbnry. Pa
W. C. PACKER,
Attorney at Law,
November 0. 1ST2. tf.
O It. ItOYKIC. Attorney and Counsellor
at Law. Olliee in Wolvertou's Law build
iiii;, Second stieet, SUNBURY, PA. Professional
usiness atteudeil to. in the courts of Norilonn
oerland and adjoining coneties. Also, in the
Circuit and JJixtriH Court lor the Y?tri u Dis
trict or Pennsylvania. Claims nmmt.tlv coll,..-!.
1 a-t .. . - 1
eu. t-articuiar attention paid to ei.-. ; JJ,tl,r.
mittcy. Consultation can bo had in the (Jer
man Iani.'uai.-c. j,r!1 .,7.-,.
On hand, aud made lo or.b r
Scotch (Jranilc 3Iuniimciits
lmirted to order. Shop 0:1 Fourth F'reet
near Market, Sunbury, Pa,
c , , W. .M. DAU(;ilERTY, Prp'r.
Suiibuiy. Jan. 1 1, ISTfi.
THE SUXBUliY AMElilCAX
Tlio Largest and Most Complete Esta!
in X01 tliumljcrlauJ County.
A ThonsniMl Ycuvh From Xow.
I!T l'Al X It. IIATN'n.
STEAM l'OW Ell mESSES,
II. KASI2, Attorney .it Law, SUN
BUR Y, PA., olliee in VVolvertoii' l..ivr
bulletins, Second Mreet. Collections made in
.nriliiimierlaud and adjoining counties.
ALL the latest Plylc nini novcllics selected .it
the lute importers' and jobbers' openings.
IHRDS. WINtJS, FANCY FEATHERS, OS
TRICH TIPS AND PLUMES, SILK
r.i r. ij.v j..LV KI KENS,
HATS AND BONNETS
In Felt and Straw, nnd all New an,! Stvlicl, .t
MISS L. SIIISSLER'S
Oct. 15. 1S75. Market St., Sunbury.
TIIK ( IIOK1ST IUY UOOIIS
M.niil I.i:m. Aik'.icw II. iJili. Frank. S. M.rr
MX.V. niLI, A MAICIC,
ATTOUNEVS AT LAW,ofMi1
-Next door to the Prc-I.ylei i.,n chuu h, Market
P.'5 Northuniberland Co., Pa.
JAM IS II
M ILLINE II Y
AT A j A W
TiOUNET AT J j A W AND
United States Coiisio vnit. oiliee wiili S.
li. Hoycr, Kmi.. in Wulvertou's I.nv Hnl'.lin.r
O V. WOI.YKKTOX, Attorney at Law.
KJm Market Square, SUNIiURY.PA. Pridession
ul biiMin-ts in this and adjoiniii'' counties promi't
y attended to. -
ll.rinc.lr.i. I.. :.. , .J.
inn uij;ence ana solitary
habits, which ruin both body and mind, nnfittini
them Tor either bujiues-y, study, society or Mar"
Tuesb arc some or the sad and melancholy
effects produced by early habits or vouth, viz:
Weakness or the Back and Limbs, p'aius in the
Baekatid Head, Dimness or fc?irht , Loss or Mus
cular Power, Palpitation or the Heart, Dvspcpv,
Nervous Irritability, Derangement of iiirestivw
unctions, (ieiu raJ Debility, Symptoms ol Ckm
aiMiui-lue learrul effects on the mind
r much to be dreaded Lobs oi Memory, Con
tuiiiou or Ideas, Depression or Spirits, Evil
oitbodiues. Aversion to Society, feeir-Distrust
Love oT Solitude, Timidity, Ac., are some oi the
ytiium 01 m.it uj:e cau now
tuJii n-Uu r 1,, : . 1.. w- -
u,hS their vitfor, becoming, wcat, pale, nervous
and emaciated, having a tiiiK'uUir appearance
about the eyes, cough aud symptom ol consuiup-
UU' TOL'XG MEN
Wlio have uijured tb lubclves by a certain prac
tice intlulpca In when alone, a habit rrcjiieiitly
learned trom evil companion, or at school, the
eihxts of which are tightly felt, even wbeu
aslesp, and if not cured, renders inarnaire impos
hible, and destroys both miud aud bo-ly, should
What a pitv that a youiii; man, the hopeo! his
comitrr, the'darliu? of tiis parents, should be
iiatclici from all prospects and tujoj uieiits ol
lire, bv the consequence of deviating fr-mi the
pi.th of nature aud induljrim; in a certain j-' trct
Labit. Su h t-ersons must before eoiitem:..atini;
refect thHt a sound mind and body are the inos1
m c es-ary requisites to promote connubial happi
ness. Indeed without these, the journey throu-h
life Im-couics a weary pilj:riinaL'e ; the pri.sjK.et
hourly darkens to the View the luiud tecouie.
saado'wed with despair and lille.1 with tlienu lau
eboly rellei tion, that the happinets o( anothei
becomes blighted with our own.
A CERTAIN DISEASE.
Wheu the inlFjruided and imprudent votary ol
i.un finds that he has hubihud the seeds ol
this i-aiuful diseabe, itXoo often happens that an
ill-limed sense of shame, or dread or discovery,
Meters him from applyinz to those who, from
sducHtion and respectability, can alone bernei...
him, delayinii till thoustituUoil symptoms ot
this horrid disease rftnke their apaiauec, such
as ulcerated sore throat, diseased uose. Hoclural
Pains in the head and limbs, dimness oT si'bi,
derucs, nodes on the shin bones aud arms,
blotches on the head, face and extremities, pro
rressiii with frlpbtrul rapidity, till at last the
t-ilate of the mouth or the bones of the nose Tall
T. .,a ii.p victim or this awrul d:scase becomes
a liorrid object or comniisxratiou, till tleath puts !
a triod to his dreadful sutlerinsr, by sendiu-
him to "that Uudiscovered Country from whence j
no traveller returns." j
It is a melancholy fact that thousands DIE ,
victims to this terrible disease, through falling
Into the hands of Ifrnorant or unskillful 1 RE
TENDERS, who, by the use or that deadiy 1 01
eon' Mercury, Ac, destroy the constitution, aud
iaeai-able r curintr, keep the unhappy sullcror
taonth after month takin? their noxious or in
jurious compoonds, and lnntead of beintf restored
to a renewal of Ufe Vigor nnd Happiness, in des
pair leave him wtth ruined Health to n;,'h over
bir ralliun disapl-oiuimeut.
To such, therefore, Dr. JontisTOV pledges him
self to preserve the most Inviolable becrecy, and
from his extensive practice and observations 111
the great IIotpitals of Euro, and the first 11:
this country, viz : Enpland, France, Philadelphia
i.ml elsewhere, is enabled to offer the most cer
tain, f i-ctdy and cectui.l remedy in the world
l.r ull diseases of imt rudencc.
' OFFICE. NO. 7, S. FREDERICK
JIASSKIl, Attorney .it l..i- M-v.
BURY. PA. Collections'
I he counties of Northumberland, Union. tMiydcr.
Montour, Columbia and Lycoming. njiilO-li'j '
Dl. . li. MAKTIX, Olllce in Dru
btoro, Clement House Blo( k. Office hours :
from 11 a. m., to 1 p. m., nnd from C, to ;i p. m.
nt all other hours, when not Professionally di
aled can be found at his icsi l, ne,-. Chestnut
Street, SUNBURY, PA. P.irLieulnr attention
Civeu to stirirical cases. Will vUit Patients
either 1:1 town or country.
C. GO It IX,
ATTTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Olliee on cast Market street, opposite the City
Hotel, Sunbury, Pa. L
Promtit aud "careful altentio:i rau
Ms KATE BLACK. Market Sou
Sn 11 bury I'cnn'n.,
Will be found the most complete, attractive and
v m .ij-csi More 01
CHOICE DRY COODS.
..mmm in: o; j.adies Ores. Goods, Woolen Goods
. .. ,,, iui; largest c-stablithments in
s, nt, Litir;,
1..1UIL.S a (.'IIIDREX WoOLl-XSItA II7.S.
sj, 1-i7 '" niildrens W,:en f;o.ds,
k-1 ;.,,'Iv' t,i' Uil,,""'S Sash Ribbons, Neck Ties,
" "'- '.icy aim nam Hosiery, First
vu.u.in ,.:ht an.u.ermantown Wk1.
XU TI0XS AND TRIMMISUS
IN OUK.nT VAKIHTT.
Gents' Gloves, Neckties, Hiuikerchicfa, A
fill! assortment or Soaps and Perfumery. n
invitation is extended to nil to call and see the
choice selection. Miss KATE BL ACK.
A XKW STOCK OF
MERCHANT TAILORING GOODS.
OKDEK Pltoni'll.v FILLED.
U00K, CAIJI) AND JOU I'EIXTIXG
EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE.
SHOW CARDS, ,
MERCANTILE LETTER HEADS,
UN V ELOPES.
I sat within my tranquil room ;
The twilight shadow sank and rose
With slowly Uickcrinu motions, waved
Grotesquely through the dusk repose.
There caino a sudden thought to me,
Which thrilled the spirit, flushed the brow
A dream of what our world would be
A thousand years from now !
If Science on her heavenward search,
zoning the stiller charts apart,
Or delving hour by hour to win
The secrets of Earth's inmost heart,
If that her Future npes her Past.
To what new marvels men shall bow
Marvels of land nnd air nnd sea
A thousand years from uow !
If Empires keep their wonted course.
And blind Republics will not stay,
To count the cost of laws which lead,
Unci ring to the Stale's decay,
What changes vast ol riile and realm
The low upraised, the proud laid low
May greet the unborn ages still
A thousand years from now !
Our creeds may charge with mellowed times
Of brightening truth nnd love increased.
And some new Advent flood the world
In glory from the haunted East ;
While souls on nobler heights of faith
May mark the mystic pathway grow
1 icarcr ixtwcen tlicir stand and Heaven's
A thousand yenri from now;
Such things may he, but what perforce
Mutt with ruthless epochs pass t
The millions' breath, the centuries' pomp.
Sure as the wane of llowcrs or grass ;
The earth so rich 111 tombs to-day,
Thero scarce scums space for Death to sow
Who, who shall count her chnreh-yard wealth
A thousand years from now I
And we, poor waifs, whose life-term files
(When matched with Aftkic aud Befoui
Fleet as the aimless wind, or wave
Breaking its frui! heart on the shore
We, human toys that Fate sets np
To smite or spare, I marvd how
These souls shall fare, in what strange sphere,
A thousand year from now f
Too dim, too vugne, for mortal ken
That far phantasmal Future lies ;
But Love ! one sacred truth I read
lust kindling in your tear-dimmed ey. s ;
That states niny rise and states may set,
With age Earth's tottering pillars bow,
But stillness Love can ue'er forget ;
And though we know not 'where' i:or'how
Our conscious lore shall blossom yet
A thousand years from now !
iiiotnpson, Moses Sullivan, William C.
v.ook, amea A. M'Devitt, Charles J. See
ley. Charles 8. retterman. Georse S. Bon.
uei, u. j. Damn e. r.if rlcL- V,, UnK,...
I' it; 1 1' T ' . J
lectori oe tTi.l. :w
nuiu ojuj in 1 uee.
Mr. t.iiott moved the annoinlmr-nt. nf
comtuiuee of nine to renort nnmea f,.r,t. .1
f 1 1, " "'w-
Kaiua auu ancrnatos to the Cincinnati Con
V A"reet: t0- James ? Kutan
Amos Gartside. Williani -pnioif va
?V TrS!UiUk' F W il Paticr-
son, c Xj iiauee and E V Smi
Mr. Cessna moved a recess until ."$ o'clock
auieiiueu u niCCt at 2t ii'eWlr A .1
tn nnl f!r.ntmni;n.. .1 " , "
rpi T ""'Nitiiiou iiujyurneu.
r t. it -y n 11011 reassembled at 3 o'clock.
u, A citerraan, irom t he
"ii iiurmanent nrran ?nt
! following for
President Edward M'Pherson of Adam
ice Presidents, 1st, ED Cobb; 2d, Jo
SenhSvhrnn.lt d 1. 1. '..
! K,ir.,Sn Jnc?33 ; 5th, Thomas II Kern
A'AdamSth, Adam Albright : Jth. Will
-. , iuiU, oarauei iJavis ; 11th. J
ulace ; 12th. Gen Wm MiMtu. i .i.
iSo?L,h(TUTGfi8,in"er ; 14th' Jereraiah IIahn
12th, J J Clvde: Kith. John a,i... .17,,.'
Jacob L. Bixler ; 18th, II J Keeder ; 19th
fcih:0;-11' "on Lew,,
oo 'r Trf. L ner;2Jd, David
25th, W T Humphreys ; 2Gth, Thomas V
iioyd:2ith. William If if n- ou.i
C III Lresaler; 19lh, Lewis C Heil ; 30th!
AValiace Guss; 31, John A M'Kt-c: 32d,
Dr Wm U Mosser; 3:5d, Captain William
Ir J Johnston ; 3oth, Hon William II
Koontz; 3ah, C M IJrewer ; 38th, J II
Hag-erty ; 3!nh, J it M'Afee ; 40th Sam
uel A iscotl : 41st. Dr A W ciwrJi . 10 1
U li Rogers ; 43. Geonre Trnniimn i t.7.
21 D S Atkinson, C W ?,aker
Andrew Stewart, Wm Parshall.
22 C L Ma2ee,
J II Hampton,
23 II W Oliver, jr.,
J A Chambers,
21 MS Quay,
W S Moore,
23 11 Iluloffson,
20 L G Lino,
Henry C Blosa,
27 Thos M Walker,
j 11 Uamaa,
C W Eachelor,
j a. ii.'uevitt.
P S Keeder,
Jno W Donan.
E L Davis,
C A Sullivan,
Geo S M'MulIcn.
W S Brown.
E W Smiley.
Mr. liutau. from lht committen of nin
10 making his report said that the Lancas
er couutv deleirates nrofeatr.l
Beieeuon of district delegates to the IvJa
tional Convention ; but the protost was not
needed, the Convention having already de-
.u..ul.u uj moua 01 selectinz district
Mr. Bresslnr. of "Wirt ff:.-.i ..- r..i
ln f t UUUO.U Hie IOI-
'""'ux. wmcn was reri
WUEUE.V3. A COIlllition rf rrronf f...
Clal (llKtrpa 11 1 .
,., " pioaient iij ou: coun-
"j-, uiiecungaii the departments of bust
um, especially tiiose who are dene,,.
, w.tu V7.VV IV'.UI
lvertieieiits most be paid before imsertiou, excaw .
where uaniee have aecuost.
f'a ,"u,i"; 'weuty ctuU it lice, nd ten eeuU tor
e'-rji uUtqnont iiuortiun.
Jr for the hmt two huee, .ud 1.00 for ench adoltioii.1
Governor Ilartranft'a name to tLat Con-
mention as the choice of Pennsylvania, and
nn.'tnri .n earnest. constantand united
Ka?d nPn aI1 questions to bo
teo frr ari3in- ia the Cnven
anu a t lhe- VOte of Vlvania as a
unu a, the majority of the delegation shall
followed t?,L lW! h aPP,aD. that which
uoa oeing 0ud and continued.
j. ne resoluuona were unanimously adopl-
Mr. Minor, of Lavetu. n im-
2j) ' j -w.v. wuc iuuuvy
Ilesohed, That thin .-1
the State Central Commit ti. ZL?Z"m
perfect orsioization oTtta'-'L"
K i;iMt iAVA STATU ( X VE.
GK. ( AIU 'A M.A IIKK.M irket Street,
. SUNISUKY, l'A.
Dealer in Druj;, , MeUicines, l'iiints, (ills,
Class, Varnishes, Liquors, Tobacco, ( iiT:irs,
Pocket lio)kB. Dairies, Ac.
71 1. I.I AM It. I.KIMAN,
JI STICE or Tlln l-KAi i;,
Collections and nil other business etilruleJ to
his ease urill receive pioiuj't attention.
Shaiiiokin, J;u. til, 1STC ly.
GEOIUJE M. HKX.V,
StmjfMt' HuHhnj, Mirla Squire,
1 prepared to do all kind of work j.eitainiiiir
to Dentistry. Ite keeps constantly on hand
bir.'e. assortment of Teeth, and other Dental
material, from which lie ill be able to select,
n,l ineci tne waiiltof his customers.
All worK warranted to "ive satisfaction, or else
tlii. iiioticv refunded.
The very beet Mouth Wash and Tooth-Powders
kept on hand.
His references are the numerous patrons for
whom he has worked for the last twelve ear
Kuubury, April si, li'
ftottls mxtJ iicstaurants.
I III VT IKkl SK. Third Street below
larket, tuiihury, Pa. PfclKIt 1U li
UKL1.. Proprietor. Kooms m :il aim co-iiioiiaon-.
Tables supplied with the delicacies of the season
and the waiters attentive and oblwiuc
feunqury, Jan. '-'i, 1(n75.
Has just returned from the Kastern cities.wilh an
elciraut aeicrtions 01
-TTMH-1 STATKS HOTKI.. W. F.
J Kl I'CH EN, Proprietor, tlppositu the De
pot SllAMOKIN, PA. Every attention irivcii to
travellers, and the best aecoinnio lations given.
Apiii s.ist:;. tf
CiLTiyoui;, M. 11.
Uft hand side pohiR from Baltiiuore street, a few
do.r from the corner. Fail not to observe uuiuc
and number. ... , 1
ltf-So letters received unless pottnid and
eonlaii.'inp a stamp to bo used ou the reply. Per
son writing ahould state ajjc, and scud a portion
of advirtifcmcnt describing fymiaoms.
There are so many l'aitry, Desn:uiiiir and
Worthless Impnstcrs advertising themselves as
Phy-ieians. triUinp with and raiulii); the t.ealtli
of all who uufortuuiitely fall into their Vvcr,
that Dr. Johuston deems it necessary to sayes
i. iarlv to those nnaequuinted with his refuta
tion that liis Credentiais or Diploma ulwajs
ham; in his office.
EMXiRSEMENT OF THE PKESS.
Tlie many thousands cured at this Establish
ment, year after year, and the numerous 1111-1-oiUnl
Sumical Operation performed by Dr.
Johnston, witnessed by the representatives or the
press and many other papers, notices of which
aave appeared atraiu and ai;a':n before the public,
be.ides his kUudiiiB a a tteutUuian of character
and retponsibilitv, is a suflicieut guarantee to he
' ofllieted. Shiu d'iseases speedily eurcd.
April . 1S75. lv
I TMIH IC ASU II.AM MII.I.S
Thiid Street, ndioinln? Vhila. & Erie K. It., two
Ninitri s North of the Central Hotel,
1UA T. 'CLEMENT,
IS prepared to furnish every description of lum
!.cr required by the demands of the public
Jlaviua all Hie latest improved machinery for
niauiifa.turiiic Lunber, he is now ready to till or
trs "f all kinds of
FLOORING, SII)IN;, DOORS SHUTTERS,
tAhli, BLINDS MOCDDIN;a, VE
RANDA, BRACKET!, ' .
nad a') kiuds of Ornamental ScrowlAV'ork. Turtt
ins of every description promptly executed. Also,
A lanoE AssoiiTwrNT or '
HEMLOCK and PINE. Also, Shintrles, PitJt.ns
Orders' promptly tilled, midshipi-cd by vLl":l,
vatioxai, 11011:1.. Ai'fii'STrs
i VV M.II l'ronrietor. (leorjretown North d
County, Pa., at the Station of the N. C. R. W .
t;hoiee wines aud cigars at the bar.
Tlie table is supplied w ith the best the market
all'ords. (iood Mablini; and attentive ostlers.
nl'M M I-1IS KT-STA I It AST,
Commerce St., SUAMOK1S, PENN'A.
HaviiiKjnst refitted the above Saloon for the
accomodation of the public, is now prepared to
...rv, fri..iwU with the best refreshments, and
fresh Lager Beer, Ale, Porter, and all other malt
TVMKi:! IXSIKI 1!
J. S. C'UIIIIHIIIUS,
In the Craves Building, Ea-t Market Street.
S U X 15 u it v , r E X X ' A ,
Reprcsei.ts the very beft Fire, Lite and Acci
dent Companies. Fire Insurance is his specialty,
lie represents such companies us the .Ktna of
Hartford ; Royal, of Liverpool; Home, of New
York, and Amazon, of Cincinnati, the mott re
liable companies in existence.
Mar. ID, 170. If.
" AUCTION EHH.
Oir.-r his services as auctioneer in Sunbury and
vicinity, llavinir had much experience, those
havin.' sab s r vendues will find, by employing
him, that he will sell Roods al i.''l l'"ctP' aml
that I'is charges are reasonable.
March 10, '70. Cm.
of the finest French Brands, Iriminiugs, vc.
lie is now ready to receive orders for
SPl'.INC AND SUMMER SI' ITS
of any desired style. The latest styles ol pal-
terns 011 hand, and
NEAT PITS OUAUAXTEED.
Vou will find prices at leant as reasonable as
elsewhere, (iive me a call.
l'oniTll ST., Oj'jwUe CITY HOTEL,
S I N BURY, PA.
Sm.b.iry, April SI, lS7r.-lf.
wat in:s, ji:vi:i.ky v sii.vek-
John AV. Slooiini,
Comer Third and Market Sis, Sunbury, I'h.
AS completely renovated his Store Room.
and opened the largest assortment 01
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEI.R SOLID SIL
VER AND PLATED WARE,
ever exhibited in this nart of the State. Every
thing in the Jewelry line is kept in store.
of every description and of the finest quality.
Particular attention paid to repairing
AViilt lirs, 'lork, Jowt-Iry, Ac.
HAIR JEWELRY made to order.
Sunbury, March 0, 1S74.
John II. Sr.u.. John M. S iinoi k
m:i.i. a scik.oi it.
Second Street, Wor.i.snonr, Pa.
POI.KItJX AXDDOM E.STIC LIQUOKS
WINES, BRANDIES, iINS,
1'ure ! Kj AVIiImKoj,
Arri.c WiusKKV, Cokoials, V:c.
Ail Liquors sold t;aurranteed as represented
Orders promptly attended to and public pa
tronaire respectfully solicited.
SELL Ac fcCHONOUR.
Jd St., Womelsdorr, Bi lks Co., Pa
Feb. '.'7. 1S71. lV.
New Millinery Store,
III.KM, NorthM mnly, I'a.
Everything that is needed in the printing de
parlinciil will be executed with promptness and
:it lov prices. All arc invited to call and exa
mine our samples. No trouble lo Rivn estimates
and show go.!. We shall cheerfully do this
to all, who call for that purpose, without charge.
; ?' Order for Subscription. Advertising or
.Jot- Printin'', .hiiiikfully receive.!.
EM'L WILVEItT, Projuietor,
Ilcpuhlican State Convnnfinn na.
numblcl in the Opera House, at Ilarris
Imrz, at 12 o'clock, ai., ou Wednesday,
March if'.ltli, 1S70. Anion., tb.. ,l,.h.,i..
were moat of the leadiuj; nu u of tliu party
who particiimted in U,e proceeding with
nu interest and j)irit that evinced a deter
mination to deliberate for the ood of the
country find party, Xo wrangling or dis
turbing elements were prtscut and the pro
ceedings were marked br a
,.iithubia8ui seldom seen in political conven- j
occasion by the fcnrtitlon or popular airs.
Following is a detailed report T
Convention was called to order al 1
o'clock by Col. II. M. Hoyt, Chairman
State Central Committee. The roll of delu
ate8 whs called by A. Wilson Xorri., Sec
retary, and every district reported fully
represented. rive delegates from the
P.epublican Arsociation at Washington
were accorded seats on the tloor of the
TKMPOlt AUY OROAXIATION.
Hon. John Cessna, clmirmau 01 the cau
cus, then nominated (Jeneral W. H.
koontz. of Somerset, as tempoiary thair
mau. The nomination being unanimous.
ly ratified General Koontz came forward
and delivered an address.
ADDKKsS OF GENERAL KOONTZ.
General Koontz said the Commonwealth
ouoht to be potential in the coming nation
al convention. Two years ago the Demo
cratic party achied such success at the
poneral elections as save it a decisive ma
jority in the popular branch of Congress.
It Las made loua proiespious ui itwoum).
abuses, but the thouglittul people 01 una
country will expect but little iu that direc
tion from the administrators, wuu mo N, m
annexed, of Jacob Thompson, Joim .
loyd, Toucey and .lellerson Davis, ine
Hepublicau party lays claim to popular
onlideiicc, urst, irom tne utter 111uap11.11
,f il.i. DtMiiocralicnartv to govern : second
from its owu bright and splendid achieve
ments iu the wast ; and third, for its high
aims and purposes in the future.
Thin nnrtv lias resolved Hint tne siriiuhiu
of official life shall be elevated. It lias
1 .1.. .... t.i t..n L 1 r.ti rtt ' '
resoiveu iiiai uusuiaj iunu 01.....
It has resolved that the reign of terroi
tiii-mioiiniit ftm .southern section 01 iuis
fountrv shall cease, and that the rights,thc
rwi lift I ri.'his. of rll. high and low,
1 . ' 11.1. 1
rieli and poor, oiacK. uuu uh.n.,
shall be the undoubted aud recognized law
of the Republic. With these high aims
and purposes, with our nonoreu wnuui,
i. .i ti V. Hnrtrtmlt. than whom none are
more brave iu the held, nont couiu oe
more trusted iu council, a pure and honest
iniin to be. the standard bearer of this par-
.,o.(,. tiw.rp can be no doubt that In the
litll t 1 1 ul" w .
f..inr victorv will, as it lias in the past,
nerch upon the banners ot the ucpuuncau
. -.TT. 40lh' E V Matthews
oeui .iv Alison; 47th, John MI1-
.....u , wm, ueorgo v Allen ; 49th, M W
Caughey ; oOtb, Hon S Xewtou Pettis.
SecrcUioies-Luciaa llogers, William L
V , ."- u covert, Harrison Sny
der L.chard Ueltz, Charles A Porter,John
'.'"".".ayres, John T Thomp.
-yo, .. imam oiimti, Aaron stover, C T
!?'., rn1"1 .-wpe, A Ilerr, Amos
Kuttcr, Charses S Gilbert. I W Grow, J K
Iawes, L T Harland, JG Xokes, J K
Loyle, I r (, X Cl.uc. A P Stevens, J U
M'Laughhn, James Kell, Dr D Deckert
, ;S I;f"boK,I' c'apt J T Zug, George li Or
:ady, J 1, i, Kinsloe. Cant Chnrioi t-
Samuel J Jordan, S A Smith, C B Could, j
aulloru, Mark Donley. R J P.ic,ard
son, Samuel Steele' Col S Weyand, George
Uursier, R Sweitzer. Ilartlv Il.m,.
".T 1S'AtdM' J-.reraiah Lyons, J P
Stlby, U Metteck.
Sergeant at Arms William J Carroll
Doorkeeper James Schuyler.
Messenger A M Fields.
by Hon John I Mitchell and W i
the ban J playing 'Hail t0 tho Chief.'
Mr. M'Pherson said :
(kntleuten rf the Von cent ion: Knowin"
your anxiety, which is but natural under
the circumstances, to finish the importaut
(.lift iphioh I, V t .
.u1Ua, orougni you togetlier, in
tlio most expeditious manner consistent
with the forward dispatch of it, I only de
tain you to say that I thank you for the
high honor you have conferred upon me.
lhe Committee on contested seats re
ported as follows :
i'he undcraiimed. a mmmitti.a o,,..:..i . 1
oy this Convention urn wintt.i,i ......
Oeg leave to unanimously report that they
have carefully examined all written evi
dent upon their daily labor for support?
And whereas, Many schemes have been
proposed to relievr thk
currencTe-8PeCia!!y 'm Ur ba8i" of
tom!!et,Cierea"'.N rIan3 PrWl seem
to meet the great emergency now upon us ;
And whereas. It, is a fact of history that
CVtrv fltiiinclul ,...,; .u . . . J. a
1 , vuoio niruugn wuicu we
.....V aaocu nas oeen causal h i.,
protection to American ; "'"rT
neut of the tariff, and in. Z.l "
no f ; 1 ' ... ""'"mi ui uuui's
f 7 B . WU1CU comc in tompetl
uon wuu our home labor: the
ConvfiS .aia he. Jsment of this oW. Ghegan and Harry Ilun
.'t lltciiu V LTIIR mplhrul tf wli.f I 1 Or - 'Ihirrf I K T .
lies 1U a ftft PnOTEHTIVH TiDrifr. i.:i. ami W!ll;. T i t. ...''"
ahnii " . . iriuuii o. ivonv ; x ourtd. Kobert S.
iCLCUa ranvaba M
largely due ; and the industry and abilitv
with which Major A. W.
ed m the management of our political cam
paigns daring the last five years, takn th;
opportunity to give expression to the obli
gations which their zeal has. placed the
Republican party under, and to earnestly
invite them to continue durinz the nevt
campaign to serve the party in the capaci
ties in which ther have alrej.d h
distinguished ability, aad that the State
Committee of 187(i bo appointed upon the
basis adopted at tlie Convention at i"..-
ter last year, with Gen. IT. T TToi-f ...
Chairman and A. W. X'orris. Secretary.
After the appointment of the State Cen
tral Committee, the Convention adjourned.
Members of the State Centbil
Committee : PhiladfTniiiiB':,.,t ti;f-;
James McAvoy and James L. Brown : Se-
ia lH,UUrrl'B OUT A 4.l.,Af.
siiall aflord employment to the thousands
austsoi me cheapness of foreign
3" w u e uu m m;inJ instances
i. ? l" "reicneauess and want.
Keferred to Committee an Hp
Mr. Strang, ff. Committee on Itesr
j, . ? "?-lM Allowing resoltions :
we ncrejy "hirm the
i V V. r. J -" '"-""'iwu Ulie
t,ii,a ai aucaster in 1375, and. in
view of recent events nt Vh;nr.tJ
emphatically endorse that part of ft which
demands 'honest men in olliee men with
enougn to know dishonesty when
icf nee it, anu courage enough to liht It
""wicur uiey nnd it' Tin R,mih1i
nvrl I:. . . .. I ..v-cl.
""J ' t'JIUlUlLLl'll nv ira nr.nn. Il- .
ltlon.S. its historv nml it. .1.,.; .. -
, it, . o uu in
trepid and houest .nlminwti-ic.ir.
affaiis, and wherever in Xntiom.T stQiQ
or municipal life maladminUtrtwU i,.
existed, or doos exist, we demand that it
.M.w:u ami corrected, and the guilty
jt-uucu , aim to mis end we pledge the
lull measure of our support as citizens
cuu as voters.
iitcu suu v:niam il. i,ist; Fifth li Y
Bonham and . A. Ilownil sit-ii. 'it t
Smith and Thos. Xoble ; Seventh, Ezra"
Lukens, John McCullough, and 3L S.
ri i . -
vyijanes u. ainer.
Adams-E. McPherson, Gettysburg,
Alleahanv IF. S Viom; ii u 7
John X. Xeob. William If Mi'!c.0. i,
ert Leed, James Boyd, Abraham Winters,
IIi: SUNI5UKY AMERICAN
-yy ILtltlASI W ITKIC,
IIuumc, Nlifu ami Fresroo
Will iht'. inl to uminiiip. rai"'R
oil. .it churi ljuc. hulls
Fr-'o init in
. at bhort lio-
JS, l7i'. Chi".
K1I., FLOIK, CKAIM AM 1MIOS
1MIATE. ryY. unJ.Tiirni'd having conner-tcl tins Coal
X .uim'PS with his exteiiwveFl.OUK.: fiRAlN
trails, is pri'paml to supply familii's with the
VF.ICY ItKST OF COAL.
C HEAP FOK CASH.
Eirir, Ptove nil Nut, ronntantly oii hanJ. (Jrain
takVii in cxfUunSre fr Coal.
: u1m priaml to oui ply lo farmers and
THE NATHlXAh SOLUBLE HONE.
Tliis l'hrifi.hatc U of a higher gra.le than j
UMial iu lhB, country, ami is eolil at a roasimablc
Suiil.nry, S' i't
MKS. KATE MI'.CK nsjiectfjlli iiilorins the
l ublic that xhe h is opctiej a
MEW 5IIM.IXF.KV STOKE,
on Front ttroi t, llrrnln, wlu re sho has jut
t;M-iit-(t an rntirc lif-vr ftock of Fall ami WinttT
Millinery fiomls of lhe latrrt tjli;ainl ialli"k,
im m 'JJDBB3'J34
FEATIIF.US. FLOWEUS, ItlllliUNS,
and all (i.Kiils rounJ in a firt clnf MiHinfry
ytorr, whirh arc olh-rcd nt ritrenn ly low i.rici a.
Lntlii'i aru pspiciallv inviti'd to rail ami t
auiineiU the niw htylifc, anil nsrtni tho
Il-rinlon, Oot. 15th, linn.
HAAS' EXPETOKAXT The Great
Rcinrily for CoiiL'hs, Colds, CoiiKUnitioii, and
all l)isi-asc of th Throat nnd Minf. Will
Cure, and oftoti when npimrentiy honelLs ue
iw.nit. mnv nnt nomtilete the work, hut if the
....t;..,! .,,n in, Ufa the use of the EXFECTOlt-
ANT, takinsi in regularly, relief will noon hr ob
tained, and a Cure made. I'KICE 50 CENTS.
Sold by all Uriigsixts.
W Unl a I'lijHi in Sj.
(iltKKN IiillAK, I'a.
I dispensed ynr Hans' Expectorant iimoiig
. .,.iii.i i.ml it has urovcd more ffflcaeioin
than any other medicine of Its clnss that 1 have
been unig in my medical career,
Li Misi.i.e. M. D.
BEST A D VKlUSISd MEDIUM
In the Central part of the Stale,
III one of the Most Thrifty, Intelligent and
SECTIONS Or PENNSYLVANIA.
Sample copy of paper sent to any address lice
That wa htnlr tniha r';: .:
(i . . " viuu:uuuu
wuitm w glve us candidates for Presl
l"''".".uu v ice A-resident who are above
U5i"uuui u wuose personal integrity
Hie nation can most surely trust ; andthat
It'll (1 Ian lA.lr i i ..
... 1WJ. iu our irieuos throughout the
Vtw io inaKu sure mat, in presenting can.
uni.iies ior congress aud the Legislature,
.... j ..... on,. musu oniy wuo are known
i ui: iiunesi, capaoic and faithful to
in rl v
The chairman concluded amid long con
tinued plaudits of approbation.
i.l .1. Wevand. Thos. It. Cochran. Cy-
.,c t l.v S. Newton l'ettis aud llU"ll
Mullen, were elected temporary r-dcia
"" . . . . . r
Jud-e Pettis moved tlie appointment oi
si rnnitnittce ot seven on contested e;ii,
u na nitreed to.
Mitivit ....... ,
i...:.... l..itiva I ' s. (ii bert. J. Ik. i m
luui...".. .. . .... , r'
Af... A. M. Hcrr. li. Uiciiarosou, vs.
M. Marks and U. It. Smilii were appoiui-
, .1 uimli .iiniimttce
V. V . OUt... w....- . p
tr st i-.ui.T moved tlie aDiionumeni oi n
committee of one from each Congressional
.i;i.w.t .lrnft resolutions, which was
uiaiiKt . . .
agreed to. ,
M If llinif ham. J. Havmond ciagnorn
n r . . i
Dr. M'Adams, Christ. Kneass, Atiam ii
bri"ht, George " ltullock, Samuel P.ut'.er,
Jacob Knabb. Tliomas li. coenran, janies i
K. Dawes, Pencliot, ineo. .-iiong,
Thomas A. lliley, J. .) Clyde, A. i. iei
Pi. It. Strang,' George T. Swank, John II.
Shiebly, K. G. l ahnestock, John a. i -
Kee. J. I. M 'Connie, i.eorge i."in,
Josiah Spear, John Bower, Silas J. Marlin,
A. G. Apple, P. Y. Hays were seiecteu us
Mr. Fetterman moved that the Senator
ial district be selected to report ollicers for
permanent organization. Agreed to.
AYilliam 15. Collins. Charles V. Thacher,
Harrison Snvder, Ptlis P. Fips, John
Cloud, It. K. Smith, Wm. 15. Kllmn, Da
vid Martin, Wm. J. Smith, Sam'l F. Gwin
ner, Geo. AV. Grant, Joseph A. Shoemaker
N. M. Wood, Frederick Smith, Joseph 15.
T .mollis Ihvvid Williams. J. G. Ilcilmau,
IT V.nnnr. L. 15. Kaler. G. S. f. Alex
ander, G. L. Halsey, William Lilly. S. II.
linv 1) l. Dvnovan. II. J. Olmstead,
Hnhort. A. Smith. P. L. llackf?uburg, Cal
vin i Smiih. Andrew G. Cropper" George
P. Smith. Jeremiah Lyons, James 11. M
Chim James A. M'Nn'iL'ht. K. T. Tut ton.
Jas. F.Millikcn, J. 15. Ascon, It. M. liurk
inan, J. T. Dale, J. A. Agee, Jasper M.
mlatunn tnieala UOOn ttllTWr-OC
Orlady as Senatorial delegate and John
W. Mattcrn and Wm. It. Gilleland as Re
presentative delegates, at the same time
informing this Convention that the warrant
for such conclusions of your committer is
found in the certificate of the member of
the State Central Committee anJ the Chair
man of the Republican County Committee
of the said county. While your committee
ask leave to commemd the conciliatory
courso pursued by Mr. Fisher, the Senato
rial contestant, :n his action looking to
healing of all dissensions ainoug the real
Republicans of that county.
. 1 -VT
J. It. M'ArEK.
A. X. Hkkr,
ClIAS. S. GfLtiERT,
William L. Sjuth,
Cyrcs S. Mark,
It ALPH J. RlCIIAKDSOX,
Tim following ceutlemen were selected
as Electors :
KLKCTORS AT LARGE.
15enjarnm II Rrewster, Philadelphia.
John W Chalt'ant, Allegheny.
1 John Welsh, Philadelphia.
2 Henry Diston. Philadelphia.
3 Christian J. IIofTman, Philadelphia.
4 Charles Thompson Jones, Philadelphia.
Kdwin A Fitter, Philadelphia.
6 Dr Itcnjamin Smith, ltuekac
7 J W. I5eruard, Chester.
8 Jacob Knabb, lterks.
9 John It. Warfel, Lancaster.
10 Dr Soseph Thomas, ltucks.
11 Ario Pamec, Iuzorne.
1-2 Itcwis Pughe, Luzerne.
13 Edward S Sillimau, Schuylkill.
14 William Caldcr, Dauphin.
o Miles L Tracy, Wayne.
1C S W Starkweather, Lycoming.
17 Daniel J Morrell, Cambria.
18 Jeremiah Lyons, Juniata.
19 William Hay, York.
20 William Cameron, Union.
21 J B Donnelly, Fayettec.
22 Daniel O'Neill, Pittsburg.
-: William Neeb, Allegheny.
24 Audrew 15 Rerger, Lawrence.
2o Samuel M. Jackson, Armstrong.
2d James Westerman, Mercer.
27 W W Wilber, Warren.
The following were elected district dele
gates to tho Cincinnati convention:
DELEGATES AT LARGE. ALTERNATES.
J I) Cameron,
W R Leeds,
II M Hoyt,
R W Mackcy,
1 II II 15iugham,
Wm J Pollock.
2 John L Hill,
3 (i W Fairmau,
M II Stanton,
4 W m It Maun,
W II Kemble,
o J M Ityram,
Alleu Wood, jr.,
7 G E Darlington,
J Smith Guthcy,
8 W. S. M'Manus,
E E Griescmau,
J O J Dickey,
Henry S Eberle,
10 II J Reedor,
E li Young,
11 Chas Albrisht,
D A Iteckley,
12 E X Willard,
II W Palmer,
13 L Bartholomew,
Daniel C. Miller,
14 Samuel F 15arr,
I. W. (.'rove,
15 J E Carwalt,
J W Smith,
10 John It 15owen.
17 John Cessna,
13 John Stuart,
19 Cas H Mullen,
20 II T Harvey,
T H Murray,
Jno N Purviancc,
Wm D Forten.
A C Roberts,
Geo S Jones.
John 15 Sepler.
Geo D Phclan,
E II Jeffries.
Jas L Tull.
J Paul Knight,
Isaac W Vanlear,
W H Osborn.
J K Sterrett,
L II Smith.
It F Eshelman.
Dr. A Craig.
R C llammersley,
15 E Schuman.
J 15 Van 15ergcn.
L C Darte.
W II M Oram,
A 11 Stevens,
George F Reutlev.
W M Dietrick,
J C Johnson,
ltcnj L Hewitt,
R A Clark.
AV II Wood,
il Ed Hersh.
J II Haggerty,
John 15 Linn.
lirxnlrnl Tl..t il,.l) i.
.-.vt. ., iuu ivepuuiicaus or Penn
sylvania, having nothing in their past his
tory which they wish to blot out, or toan
o ogiza tor.or would have the nation forget
arraign the Democratic leaders in Congress
and their abetters, for the preference shown
to tlie deadly principles, and for th ...k.
servieuey shown to the defiant leaders of the
force amuesty upon men- twifrotad .oc wa
re pentent to ask it,or lo guilty to deserve it;
and for the combined recklessness aud cow
ardice of their course on financial questions
a recklessness which mischievously holds
out a threat to overthrow existing laws,
and a cowardice or incapacity to originate
a substitute for theai all which expose tlie
l)..mrwratic nar v as without a national
iustinct, or an unsectioual impulse, or an
ffirmative nolicv. and as unlit to be trust
ed by the country which, when last under
their control, they madly hurried into the
vortex of Civil War.
linked. That recent events in the late
slave States clearly expose a purpose on the
part ol the Democratic party to seizj tLem
all, and wield them, as a unit, in the next
Presidential electiou ; that to this end bru
tal and bloody conspiracies have beeu made
to coerce voters, and base legislative con-
gp'.racies are at mis it o rue in iu umuuu
in order that an unprincipled and fraudu
lent majority may deprive properly-chosen
ollicers of their legal rights ; and as against
these outrages we take an appeal to me
nonn'p of the nation.
,,..,...- r, j
ifrnfiirni I nai me cuuiiuuu auicn ui.-
mmil that our nublic schools shall not on.
... . .... i r
v im frw to all. but shall be preserved irom
all special control. All attempts to divide
the school fund, for any purpose whatever
or to divide auy portion ot it into any chan
nel not under "oonular control, is to bo
frowned upon and resisted with unyielding
firmness. The recent deteat, in tne .uuuio-
cratic legislature of Maryland of a consti
tutional ameudruent to secure tlie common
school fund of that. State against division,
reveals at once a crave dansei and its source
on.i with niiipr like facts makes plain the
i,,to- nfi!nncnvi to submit such an amend
t w.0--- , T-...l
i.ient ta thB Constitution Ol me uuin;
tii.iii.ii ne when adonted. will effectually de
MW, J" C It
f..n,1 tho rmiimon hctiool 8VBICU1 irom an
bnomioa nnll Of C!OVCft.
w 1 ... m. il .
litsoked. That tlio attempt oi me imu
ocralic House of Representatives at Wash
iu"tou, iu the face of the depressed condi
tion of American Industry, to inflict upon
the nation a free trade tariff is an insult to
the intelligence of the people, and an evi
.i..iw nf the inability of the Democratic
party to meet the present wants oi tne couu-
try Tlie remedy lor our suuenus muv.
Iriea in in a hi" her. not in a lower, tariff.
UevAved. That the noglecl oi tne puonc
the State bv the present major
ity in th lower branch of the Legislatuie,
.....1 iIir nlainlv annarant purpose of that
... r j r. .....:,.
ma oritv to needlessly prolong mo k
with the sole object of thereby encreasing
ihnir nnr is wortbv of the strongest cen
cur,, and must, if persisted in, awaken the
just indignation of an outraged people. .
licsohed. That the unitorm policy or me
Republican party of Pennsylvania, in keep
;.... ti.n linnlena of taxatiom while
steadily reducing the public debt.should be
iwrsistentlv maintained. When the debt is
1 out", the nublic expenditures should
... nnniim d tn the civil expenses of the
State Government, the support of her pnb
lit. nn.l anl .lier' ornhan schools, and the
efficiency of her reformatory aud penal in
7? frJrpif That the recomcndation oy
Governor Hartranft of a uniform system of
.... inoi nrtvernment tbroti2uoui tne
State, aud of the adoption of effective mea
nre to prevent a further increase of muni
t.irtnl ill .lelitrdness. is worthy of all corn
mendatiou and should be put into practical
operation at as early a day as possime.
ltfsnh-ed. That in recoiuitiou ot the era
inent services, both in the field and cabinet
the raie executive ability and the unswerv
in rectitude of Governor John F. Hart'
r-infr th Republicans of Pennsylvania
TV . .
...;!. n.) uri.ie nreseni nis name iu iiic
t.ttr..;.i.rTt;r.n nf tho Republicans of the Un
irttt ftir nnniination for the Presidency of
i,o iTnitml States, in the full contidence
that tho great qualities which have render
iratioH of State affairs
model, even by the coafession of political
foes, would insure us wise, capable, un
flinching, honest and successful couduct
of the vast and varied interests of the na
tion, and that tho delegates from Penn
sylvania to the National Republican Con
vention arc hereby instructed to present
Armstrong-A. G. nenry, Kittannin-.
Leaver-David Aiken, leaver.
Ledford-Samuel J. Jordan, Uodford.
Blair-AI Tyhurst, Tyrone
Bradford No report -Iucks-Sarnnel
F. Gwinner, Tayiorsvillc
Butler T. C. Campbell.
Perks Horace A. YnmU r
V. Grant. Readiner.
tambna-Dr. E. II. Plank, Ebensbur
Cameron-B. W. Green, Emporium. "
Carbon-E Will Bayle, Mauch Chunk.
Centre John G. Love, Bellefonte.
Chester Barton D.
ter, and Captain Wro. Wayne, Paoli.
, T,ry' ltalPn' KMt Bradv.
Clearfield Hon. J. fi urnoii.. Vn
field. . J' v'rear
Clinton John W. Harris T vl- tt;..
1, . . - 1 w ttmcu,
.Columbia James C. Tlmr, tt
bun. w"-, "W
Crawford W. S. liose, MewlviJIe.
Cumberland-Wm. M. Dindsay, Carlisle
Dauphin Charles H. ler..n ir-:
t , mll. - vtfcu,t, tiiti l ia-
ourg, and William Irwin. Lvkenstown.
Delaware Edward Rice. Media.
Elk J. O.'W. Bailey, Rid 'way
Erie George W. Colton, Erie.
Fayette Joseph J. Farrey, Connellsville
rorest JohuThoBinson stpvuni-. i-.,..
r . . , . ' 1 uM..iH.vt .5 null
x ranblin Georco It. iVio.t;,. rn.
Fulton Dr. S. E. T)nfrinM xrt.r.t.i!.
Green W. G. W. Day, Wavnesburr.
Htintin Tii.in Tm.oni n t i r ..
mm i vim' r . . k . lacauum, iiun-
I,awreno8 Ju. a. iJuroia, - viwuc
Lebanon No report.
Iehish Robert Iredell, Alientown.
Lycoming Henry Brown, ) llhamsport
Luzerne E1 ward II. Chase," JKilkes-
barre; John G. Noakes, be ran ton.
McKean tv. J- uoiegrove, ioiegravt.
Mercer J. C. Brown, Greenville.
Mifflin E. C. Hamilton, Lewistown.
Monroe Theodore Schoch, Stroudsburg
MantToioerv Maior J. G. McOuuid,
Norristown ; Daniel O. Hitner, Conskockeu
Montour W. il. uraaiv. ianvine.
Northampton N. J. TJenner, Bethle
Northumberland IK. II. AI. Oram,
Perry James McIIenry, New litoom-
ueld. . ,
Potter D. C. LarraBee, uouuerspon.
S.-hnvlkilI James K, Helms, Schuylkill
Haven ; M. M. LeVelle. Ashland.
Snyder Samuel a. n eizeu, ijcuvcifcuwu
Somerset Major E. M." Shrock, Somer
set. . ...
Susauehanna Chap. Jonn v. jnorrw,
Friends ville. ,
Sullivan E. V . Ingham, ZJipone.
Tica J. B. Potter, IFellsborongh. 1
Union George IF. Schock, MirHinbaig.
VanangoCharles W. Mackey, Franklin
IFarren George O. Cornelius, warren.
"Washing lou John C. McNarry, Can-
Wayne Henry jW. oeeiey, iioucu.-.
Westmorland James A. Hunter, Greens-
burg. - , . .
wvommz uyrus u. wiap, iuumauu..
1 ork li. w. lcvaii, oi.
Tn r:n:T.B. Here is some excellent ad
vice which we wish all the girls to read and
remember. There is nothing lovely about
a oirl who is unkind to her mother, and we
sincerely hope, if you have a mother to
love, that you will always irea uet mm
nave you a father ? Have you a moth
er? Do you love them j uins, uo yyu
know the value of your mother? No
body loves you, nobody wia wve you, as
she does. Do not be ungrateiui lor vnai
love ; do not repay it with coldness. U-
loved and unloving, you win live mm
if yon do not love and honor your father
Never call either 'old man or o'.d wo-
. - . r. I. I , T . Zn tKia ItAlir.
man.' il i too ohcu a uwik,
try for young people to name their parents
thus. This is rude, impudent and unduti
ful. Any aged person is an old man or ao
old woman. - ,
There should bo something sacreu, sonw
thin" peculiar in the word that designates
parents. The tone of voice ia which they
t. i -1 1.1 K.. at ffrttlirtun ft anil
are auciresseu muum u ubvu.
respectful. A ihort, surely answer iroiu
a child to a parent falls very harshly ou
the car of any persou who has a true idea
of filial duly. . . ,
BeWe, girls,' that you each wm Tor
yourselves the name of a dutiful daughter.
It is so much easier to be a good daughter,
than a good wife and mother. A child's
duties are much more easilv performed
than a parent's ; so that she who is a good
daughter, may fail to be a good wife or
mother ; but she who fails in this first,
most simple relation need never hope to uL
another so well. Be sure, then, that you
are a good daughter. It is the best pre
paration for ever station and will be its
The secret you dare not tell your mother
is a dangerous secret, and one that will be ,
likely to bring you sorrow. The hours
you spend with her, will not cause you re
eref and you should never feel disappoint
ed o'rout of humor, for not being per
mi'ttedtogotosome place to which you
wih to eo. You should love her so well
that it would noi oc icn. as uubiuucui in
give up the gayest party to remain with
Nothing is more beautiful than to see a
girl take off her things and sit smilingly
down with her mother, because she wishes
it Go and kiss your mother, as you used
to do when a child, and never grow too
large or wise to be a child at her side.
J. M. CADWALLADEU.
10, 1H75. If.
Feb. 11. Is?. ' I'loi3
1UA T. CLE.MKST.