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Editor FED- 21, 1878. getting thin. off quietly. disappearing. for note paper for choice correspondent sends this week. sold his horse a neat black railroad company men In Blair flCO.000 are paid build a house In at the corner of west of the story "Auditors' discontinued after will be prepared matter. the Legislature to proposes to reduce dollars to two mileage. from Dry Saw the nature of miscellaneous appear in our inside. receive more items In each county. All communications, of interest sent attention, and for staud ready at any McFarland, will Church the first morning and evening, following will the same place on festival next and Friday Hall. The object the Lutheran are Invited to of Lock Haven, of Ridgway last Ridgway Township Election. ELECTION HELD FEB. 19TH, 1&78. Below we give the names of thecan-dldates, thecan-dldates, and the number of votes polled for each candidate. The contest was an animated one, and the total vote cast (295) within twenty of the vote cast in the township last fall for Sheriff. The tickets in the field were two, viz: the union ticket, a fusion of Democrats and Republicans, and the regular Greenback ticket. The result of the election shows that the Greenbackers have a majority over either the Democrat Democrat or Republican party, and, within a few votes, as many as the two united. As it is the Greenbackers take six and the Fusionlsts seven of the thirteen offices filled: CONSTABLE. W. S. Horton, G. 157 Frank VanOrsdall, F. J35 Horton's majority 22 SCHOOL DIRECTORS. Peter Meenan, G. 119 S. W. Miles, O. 149 Horace Little, F. l7 Fred. Schcenlng, F. 140 There were two directors to be elected, therefore, Miles and Little are elected they having received a majority majority over the others. ACDITOKS. Charles Holes, G. 'three years) 13. Jas. L. Clark G. (two years) 136 Jas. Penfleld, F. (three years) 158 W. S. Hamblen, F. (two years) 160 SUPERVISORS. Melvin Gardner, G. 155 Morris Sherman. G. 168 John Gulnack, F. ISO Isaac Avery, F. 141 JUDGE OP ELECTION. Edward Derby, F. 104 S. A. Olmstead, O. 127 Derby's majority INSPECTORS. M. E. Lesser, O. Dubois Gorton, F. John VnnOrarlnll fi. 37 131 105 54 The two pcrsous receiving the highest highest number of votes are elected inspectors. inspectors. W. 11. Hyde, F. Byron F. Ely, G. 150 130 Hyde's majority ASSESSOR. J. S. Powell, F. Frank C. E:y. O. Powell's majority. CLERK. Capt. Jas. Woodward, G. J. O. W. Bailey, G. Woodward's majority, 20 140 143 159 132 27 Notes from Dry Saw Mill. Dry Saw Mill, Elk Co TEXT OF Following bill as Senate by Be it house of States of assembled. at the States, 412 grains firovided 837, on superscription which dollars United fineness, shall nominal public otherwise contract. treasury Is rmrchase bul-lon at the less than nor more month, coined into such sufficient to act is hereby money in appropriated. seigniorage be accounted treasury laws coinage, money at such silver resulting 000 and in this authorize certificates provisions Statutes. Sec. 2. Inconsistent act are Sec. 3. fus?age of nvite countries so called, nations as join the to adopt a and silver, establishing money, and value conference Europe or time within mutually executive of the same, invited, or have unite in shall, by senate, who shall behalf of report the President, who congress.