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Tux proper committee has recommen
dophe„-APalladeipids Council to appro.
pried g 500,000 for land damages. and
5200,000 tor improiements, asked for by
the Park Comoussionera
Tosrof the Harald
hrs ble s:P b - pres o ented with the largest
he ever saw. It is a Follows:Aar, meas
ures lei inches, and weighed when taken
from tpetreeLone pFud.szot three quer
tars;. ;,^r, tit' :AS' y^. .::4 ft
Aurrioes or TM! PRAM elected on the
_l2th of October. who intend to eeeeP , the
. office, sreregnired to notify the prothon
otary Miele acceptance within twenty.
rite days allir the eleetioitiOn order to
'DEPUTY ArroRNET GthataLL'iallls
Wsta Sarre hiss consented to`warinin
with the nett* AUouney-Getteral, Vetstr:
*rid' Brewaer s leiaz tut* the' 440
shall have been thofengintrlandlisamed
1 , with alltheliusinessatul Lana, of the lie
elicit,* 111 Natanigian„=dri:
Schuylkill Canny thgte Wag en.
trehreir Mon the liatdfi , rotept While
le votes is polled,snd
rc tigniloo,no y tiklbst;phicilgitdle!,
At i pf the Onefftnidred and Fif
're "at Of Nansytraata._
. teem opened by the. :reels-at Kleatis
... bilitt4t aftenriudaillhopg
`' the ear Alf Davis,gils bow ft.
calved. the Statofftdjohnit Galena
him the Wiz Deparggent.-q'
Mn. - Aistrt Gann, itilitettaren
orFndiltstown, BlaG.comity, felgilliwn
a sisirWay tbh other 41y. sad std en
ken hoop lying 5 0 . 043 OF 9g e A
portkon °Unitizes* aadtlo t frc
lip' were arthplettly men*
face, and hikopperisw by*an 4- 7
XitarturtrAirosons. lbileithis been
sword into titirce'sal e OMOSir'w — is sat
llitighodelphist hiving de
tolicelethat y after tiis re'
cent ,dedsion: lie. G. had previously
been swim In District Mammy pro
i rr=6: 2 t)tftflalter to the,
A Prrreatmaa maatgachuer ' of tabula
stam p la mans, atm
managed to let It &at Its way Into the
44 4 0 °A 4/lerwqn=k , , who
was to ' cietiy• ft 'Te the latter
Individual wee aways ay swap
taken tr o n abba!kliata tomalte
An ha . the
ur.,3,t= 4 4.6)=-gb.:l2,
._,..m..4188.8.131.52.4.dr za s
. gut :a mpet's*,
, Autraa. ikol:xihur 49-
shape ol tie ftal aa ja
readily ea !fit yea
../n OOl l/ 04 -_,Ali WO" -,elaide,does, not
. r ohatkroiusadsihit cork Wag
i nonconductor, Wary from the heat 41.6
I gn " e nix 7 tin. i a - - li 31 , _
W. H. Domani, -Esq., informs the
Meadville Msoubtieass that the evmmt
' girOttilidgisitiffg bethedarka:lx.b.
hat the totattoo of vatri n m Its
- 4 itile inurtiW• atf " "yt,
.....oglacen esta so,- b 7 loan% an
Blir utid ,t. landsti formal.
, hi , Amid he
Tt ditedtdm the Islip( ;Ussee.
.7iginii - lir ihn. , Remitilant •tto -sty*
• - •toewillif around OftPendlOitm:''' '
1 . 7"..
_.-- Aireri ta , itieeptioti- Mn
,``the BrOokitsie4t . ltikalphis;vn lit
....7nrdity. night,- Hugh- - Imo
TiOtighestyV k lhs,"."Csalticicer legaidants,
;...were taken Sollispostrai Staskra Acid
"'licked op.= tireryntiotessrf,preniation
.( 0 0 watt to,T l , l ,nros.lin nal* ne, l ll .41-
731 stinted :elope. , Airillandtedynikesaan
'• ?.van on durfiL,givnl.rinan'Altd
• - dooritf the Doming; anamery. strautc
' leadlnritelati l , litnr- , qtinair
.., ° .stsull 'daylight,. whet:Fhe rill.
'taken band lOW 1 .1 1 NOW Sten "
j... B..iiCs . :in.Wile • Eastertiliehlitty
..'••,y - - al Phiradeight&-on. , Morr!
.„41y,,1e 4kbai:oo% - I.OIIIMIS at kolas coy.
-7yrinor la kid-pleadled gtdltyaltss Imam
,',•or•StsiediS s ek,nielltlZieUttr: - ida._ ,____/10ent
-, lotted, repsontstr7stsuinsocui.iarumpart
'.-. ) lBB.7,loseregyotoV ha - Lp4sginient_Ti
' ''„Confl dyccirportlMS "Pl . feCOMI r ' "...or
fiiccot: ...two stader'whfch the pilsosi
r Inalliitnat intilat Me latttstrion
,!-Ilanciif, not dons thp lour yous f and he
rledsto bodischargaL . .7 - 4...77 r ,
4' •': Yf '• ... . -•-..c•r•.ti,i'. 1.,
". loinShlctona, ST:, - armiantidtl7.
zen of Wheeling, W.Vs.,..silei* alb
residence in that city on Tuestity lm luthe
4143=t i tfr age,llay_begn et
P&; La, Tealltg. , Os
, fatheesistoilytameto Organ anni_iii
near Pittsbargar In 1784. In 1804 sir.
XcL. weatoo, linabiostaa, Pa., and
.; =44 1 .4 4 4 dirli Wil f el At ir =
Its , -. Thpl,4",pdas3o 7llettabirriti
7-7 2 . 4 1k P wentiliiii4.- kJ wagon,.wagon,.aninte
, • Wheeling s 1
IT. 7 keed , boliei- - P47 1 41
- house In 'meth "Whitillio arid lived in A
thell it= 4 2 1' 0 4 Oka °A v .-
. - •
tionsl'snadt took definite "bap in "Coo.
"gress 7 loilnesalieditanitititts•
- min4ttateconituto " dd
'lo4b WsZeliciikt Ifs, g the
• esaierraiNkinowalir Polka Rig, Hit
• aatenwomitif ital-an i .- 7 0 a- Za
' - IdosisShepberd, Peter Ytimll,.iknol
ii3indagtilia" . Tr ui V 7i4 .
in Thlangl_ ..C 2l 4'
JacS Akler At. 7o ' iddlovoLdwa,
1911aaaa.Huklaa, t.DalLy, And
~.. gorge White. - 4Littuxuristrisvai a . At.
7. thrhoo,lir. 'Kanto ,litg_lilitepres9a..
%imbs theNlrgini&.,l - aw•
Wee i'llsro '' of • 'Malin.... Iti
-7 . -- sad n EthuOr4 . . ll ifi . 1.,.....
, ' bii7:allaiwrif a Arilia " l' i r' ' '• 41
iseauldp La Ms coaustaallA
_period la the history of mankind the ,
, of whtch the Torld new. Ay. _
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Be was oldtr than oar nattonsi*
foot score Yttril sad ten cony wwar to
mese inlidstataitilVas bsrharoalt
*A* *irk there *rat a PIO
looratkinot • fi)ot amaleta.
',ben Goi Stephenson/Mao= a.a
`ors locoroodra on rat, sod beck Wood
wen the - birth of Norse sad blf 4leclAct
—The ecieraremis of the Sew York
llndraon littereLenedir n mom's*:
tardily In New maims.
. Minim and.invt4 e " 7
,w York. sentalen. " The bun
ed the NM* WhAtion.
&IMMO . senoerniertli4.Q4;7lFlZ,
manban and sberanurts
=nets fqtql"e' ya#arur_
lianhanidtbotto attandadif. . •
t train on the Edo Railroad, on
noirW , ,itord Now York, to . Bollralo„m
alfildp_traadr,twal Out. awn • o f
banns. Tba*oolo - Rold sons
amok. - It to saVtlst _ 00110 11411 to
ataraoaera were ealIN
theamident wawa. gat
InNow York, 10000tonanr itIMP ardd_at.
$5,60 dowa $5,25; UAW taattatatzta,
-beat at 5.1,475 i dowlttatralaritODO tons
• grate WlZ at down - to 11,28 e COO top
ea at 7,0015-ta:ll7r 17,000 tan!- dote-All
sliti3o down ti)sB,o7li. and 10,000 tons fd
• Oustirl" WA to 6 , 02 * • -.-
THE DAILY te i GAZETTE,
PENNIMAN,' REED &
Office, 81 and 86 Fifth Avenue.
P. B. PENNIMAN, JOSILII
P. =MOE, 11. P. HEED,
YL12011.8 AND ntoramons.
TELMA OF TEED DAILY
Deltrtw fly rprera, ~ .f rk •••• • • •-•
131 x Inches of snow at Ede on Sun
* IV 1" , "
night ' stated to
Lave- played havoc with the =gathered
" B. P. Whirring, Democrat, wu elect
ed District Attorney of Perry county by
THr.alung shot with which Twitchell,
the Philadelphia murder, killed his
mother in-law, Mrs. 11111.ku been found:
'Nut fatialia& l iitt Pmeditue Line
otikv, radian,' county, ban been changed.
James licCallister succeeding Nelson
i g tems Pruniss is on trial in Philadel
p ii; on the charge of emoting-Um death
r iauglifelsk , by thioWing a coal oil
p at him, in Juno last.
Commute C. Nctlass, aged about 19
yeses, whose parentareside at Gettysburg,
goommitted suicide at lteadvile on Bann ,
pyLJug; by shooting himself with a
Aunxrw, 'Hanna Cumber% residing
In Nemplield township,,' Westmoreland
county, bee beeneommlued to the jail at
Greensbug, Gauged with murdering her
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-NEWS E .
Wide Spree Conspiracy In
Turkey—El Bons in Belgi
um Minis rial Crisis in
Spain Over lmurgent Leader
to be Shot— eath of a Innis.
ter Plenl tentlary—Quiet
Deigns in W ce—llev. Tem
ple and the Bishopric of El
:eter7lerions Moen - of Mr.
CBy Telegraph to th. Tutsbareb Bautte.)
PARIS, October 27.—The Petrie In It.
hone to-day. smuts that a wildesproid
considxsoi, him Lpeu die d . In the
TdrUab Wovlnties of Alto= and Keno.
"'MIRROR connection with the revolt' at
Cataro, In the Austrian Province of Dal.
mutts. Several meets of persona Impil•
Ott osigilhave,bEten madq by thopV.horittes.
isd*lialivAttiVoik ltM imrack
union seised. It ta reported that the
governments of Austria and Turkey have
come to an undendanding whereby they
will sot Jointly in the ireipprossion of the
OUNSTAICTINOPLE, October 21:—Exten
sive preparations are making here or
the reception of the Emperor of Amnia
totems, October 27:—.Titail Franciu
m Martin, Envoy Extraordinary cod
Minister Plenipotentiary tram
ras. In this city yederdev.
4 1 11OigillBilabOdit seriatudy and
his recovery la considered doubtfuL
Rev. Mr. 'Dapple publicly expresses
his regret at the anxiety and excitement
mused by his promotion to the Eichoprib
Of Exeter. lie would ber,ol4 ellAy
the feelings 'which itave been arottaed; bat
declines to make goy explanation.
is confident that his intercourse cith the
.ciaMyi Were the Ogling sgeinst Min
Minn, October 27.—The Ministerial
cra' ife avie ;Mr partite lista eluded
to postpone their differences
Wimp, in Insurgent loader. Du been
aentenoed to death by the Connell of
War at Babas. •
The'Deputtio from Porto Rico have
withdrawn the request to Government
to defer epeeist legislation by a decree
for that lalapd, having received eatiatilo
togyirtplanattotto Is to Um intatitioaa of
. _ ,
,P.stua. October 27.—The city is tran
quil. Thugehaze r beett_no distarbaness
whatever.' Tfief Rmeseit attended the
Theatre Francais* hut evoolo
The Emperor returned to Compiegne
_The eity =Utilize lianqull. and IP.
InthentiOnli or disturbances have sub-
Iteciser.s4 October fr.—The °teatime
on* in Am. l l Represent
so far indicate etrengttfof the
Ministerial party will bs conellerlttaY
93,4; American eternitiesuiet and atm
Aries 21,i; Mattis 97; Atlantic and Prost
. Pawl'. Oct. 47. —SuMing—Bourse dim
S o lp arl , i, , A A " f• .
nrni • Odettect v„..45 up, #eare
Im u i roor . Oct. 72
aitaZentntldrUthsvospbules .12 402; Or.
leen L1M0L234 , odes 4900 Cal.
Menlowhite Wheat 10a 60; red western
911 $1 1 1 Mal winter Os 6d. Western dew ,
.Carn—aatzsd Iths. .mats 9, ad .
Peas - 44 6d.- Trill 4121 ea. Beer Ma
Lard Ma:. aurae Ms AL Bacon Ms
Nee naval stores dull. Refined petrol..
'Lairtmir;Ckl. 71.:--iatning--7111101* 47e
Pander= at Antwerp Item's* 603 .
sudirned EanielsilaWass—ateoater Excur
sion Party—Equearian imam of Ern.
city Tdensob. 1 ks Pittol;ml filsootto.)
ST. _ Loom, October , 2b.-T he President
and several directuis of the Toledo, We.
I:l4o44l4 ,l griluteraltailriald Oa' . iketd on
loanoili'etaiieded with the . Consolida
tion of thatz rood..Elitr•Stie 'Ake More
road, and theconalotitin'of the conical-
Clued road with St Laub hy , the Decatur
Med NealiGt.lLtede Rtilmitd.! The party
will leayelo dayf mn H i n. Kansas Oity .. by way
of, the North 0 road, . d scow
14itig. i d.. .Ottlarel. ili ,/ lit ! .'
'Et'momm• exestralett . party,' tintobtlO
tog aboAtwo,kmaleod, arrived here Yea
terdsyrid ww visit varlobs' point. on
etuk.:Nswase.ead - risoldo krinitxbur,, With
' thforleir - of - purchaidirtra large trait lit
ty aline frorneehtmen, Spring ,
SeldSetriAlleirlowlaMENtle. eadoeMmtl•• •,n
them - are many who .yritttr =oath nere
was similar emulsion. • - - • . 1
-' A. oonditkand are Oat was Made 'to-
Iday.tty.the mamma or She ilfOn•lifonlie
theilLAAlodasion with the well 'knenen
New TO* lirdlG ,faeitAl, McDonald. for.
a mensal bronze equeetrian .statue Of
Red. Netheolel roonierhe wee kilted et
thetettle or Hilion's Creek. bathe early
put or the war. Mr:. MeDottal. 4 l
make it' 'eatipletti - Model ' wit hlti ' new
montherend ifithraemptollor the ease
dation the workwill,pmeeMl-10,0401n
)BbittlaPliftb uovolausg, to to • book
too, soot mak tin, wooed ,in!,l4fayet
Park,_ WhichnWw already 'contains a copy of
HoodoitedinWOOMtif Harriet Hat- '
-Ateeatnattsof Thal El. Button.'
4 Lalii o - .pa r irpLaii :Mil
' itt/ ‘ iiiioM. ' 11;1111ktli ' Hentintees4 l
Fasony pabotad by Dramas Green
Teac:.,....1 •.:0474,614!:.•:1nf . ,s• - ••;.1 ,
ter Tom* to ea Pittsburgh Owens. i
Onzeorto,H o cG;l 7 .--ITEwTtikoV-ildriho
stlfridtilinini::, Thelotimeymen bate
i Maddligfdigialtillitellatitethny will
MOP TO sEllkl Ordll.g l 4,oolWCl
socedis he hear new amber Oficee, -
endemployers hue weeded to the de
mander Me stalkers, antlwalikned I
Irkel s Zeletlett Pl"li terLil i fil i k=
ed., , wldait . , •.- ommulttee Ad. give was
Appoisted r lVU With Is' Valli*
ennumlltiM ted 4' O n Nicol'.
Union, El See Moselle halm Pewee ,
The TelkesTnlOn met this morninitmd
eaten MS to treat with She employers by
cottes. Thelthilwi tnaorrtead
.hops - Oct. heYirm Work,' ft
=V4 y the Holm
00015511 M ho o dsirra
r anl'hs° are=r-tir th e
ad- at tag Rat ional r , 11 1,10 1( the
Mose VskimPlthdlitgal'ick WAIN and
leettolf OM . fOntla would heFitiso - Gam
Et! - 4 .. * lifiotEl • ;10ffiplerlifo. Se
' . 11 '1.11T'''
. green planned BM hY dirtdr•
_tillfptearlebleb Mr. Barges had
were alid: taken hosnli t m .
i g u l d hgt.
Harritthe greater, theyhaving drank
Morn rooky. They will probably all rat
° w e e. , 'al . .. • ,;s — .
.ri► A __ - '. .. . • j'
. I.OI7IEIVEL4it - i ft/
- . 1
[By Thempb to the Plitsbangb rimue.l ' i
Lommusgotki.V.,--The Grind Ledp
of 1.0. 0 1 . W. Of. tint's:Ay, today eleia
im toe folknanc officer: B. 8., Prey
/ .. I , an . Ll .tm„art Wm. - White, Grand Secr
1 . froirPrrip, OrandTreamrel:
si tsresentaUve to
=goof the p Wave, The
t *pith* Atenetitntioe of the
I -Grand Lodix l / 4 at theists:anneal
allitsiovirsii klosogllVloPtog, 142 th
1W The s Per Mas the nesaloo
to to bald at Any point In. the Wens MO'
air. 44".Wged ylo the sole of the
i l. ll Weeeta tt hlei r ber•-ieetroW
ay Telt pat* to, Um PUtibillill Glasittii.) . ,
anicmAgirrogi , omo_byg
express train dr ths-Eire
;log on the Aneepteluinua raid yesterday
• •. • • •... wastreownoHtbe track while
menthe at the lets 'of thirty or Wit*
SULtalim En hmillt - . A „whist . broke
MilestlMMOrGrziwbrollenma. or Ora a
rotators on the rail shattered the wheel,
and every, tar wiettoown oil .the think.
ZnawerdEmpossenger can, Wand
' Horpables nen The train woe broken
by the notommion 'into three parts. tot
*Ma paasenpr wee killed or men fatal.
NEW YORK CITY.
Proceedings of the Social Sd
ence A eructation Coupes-
atonal Investigating Commit
—Two Children gullocated —A
Hoar Telegraph Operators'
(By Telegraph to the Plttabosgh Gazelle
NEW Toren, October 2f, 2889.
At the Session ' of the American Social
Science Aasociatien, a paper was reed,
written by H. I. Dawes, representative
hen Massachusetts, on the mode of pro
cedure in cases of contested elections.
Mr. Dawes, In the paper, after giving a
detailed history of the mode of ,proceed.
ore In this country, oonalnded by saying
"that an areendment to the Constitution
was .neoeistiary to bring about a radical
but some Improvement may be
had by Clumginir the means of appoint' ng
the committees and loch • public senti
ment as would put an end to party
actions. This public sentiment was
necessary, as members now content
themselves; with simply reoordlng their
name*, and leaving the discussion of •
case to the parties directly interested;
thus making an engine out of political
parties, working out their ends, and In
volving the Institutions of the country
in their pertness and fate...
Frederick Rapp, of the Board of Com.
missions?. of Immigration, read a paper
on immigration, to which he
has only the right to protect
the immigrant on the high seas—after he
/UM his ease la purity a notice istigits
hob th which' the State alone is Interest
ed. If Congress should take hold of /dm
his case would soon become the subject
of PotitSbot thileirteri, and the resultmay
be imagined. About fifty per cent. Of
all new corners go to the country, and of
those again, about seventy-live per cent.
go to the Walt. So that in proportiozi tp
US areekrid POplidatioff New de.
rives less benefit from immigration than
the western States. The healthy, Indus.
Wong and wealthy emigrant gm. .
*redly gem wed or south, and
the worthless anise. ninths Meted
The Board of Immigration swevents
disease (rein spreading. lii over
the country. •li.H apadally Ithportant
that the imenutrant, aborthi nosheimpoaad
upon, as he then kids his• elasticity of
mind and trust In his new relation, add
becomes more of a harden than a source
of profit. The Immigrant la still theme
fully obased in his tannin to tills coml.
try, and Congress shobld endeavor to ef-
foot pops internationalMatto for his
protem. It: has /I tine opportunity
[TOW In. this offer of the NOM, eetlXllll2
Confederation. Let it be done as sate
next paper read was by Professor
Fien The ds Bacon, of Tale College.
subject of Vaccination as an Lte or
Runk Health. The importance wee
9 4 931 1 13 i of Ifiertaelng. 410 haratreikinui
which vaoctnation can be given to the
public, and while It seemedOm=
his Dir.hlaresintry thatteMpt to
veminabin,tipori every taxis snider Jetzt
pettedtleis, ye; the 'Clovernment may, In
-tradricut Ways, f•••• IV 04 precesai---
dret;-by itteastabllanmeht Of Murano(
Vaccination bye_ the General Goverteet,
with a lelllndeilt. WWI of einem the
duties cif Odd bureau to consist In sup.
Plying vacctuernatter of ea uninspeactia
ole character to all Newer persons en/k
-iwi application fir thercumr, issenunds.-
'time, studying Mid diffusing evidences
relating thrisocleiatioti.aud In conferyilig
' With with eisnadulooers from Meetly
oral Stain, as might desire, Information
orield. becoad, Commlaslotts of Inquiry
to be apoomted by the sevier w =
yob bytnetividttal e Staberphoilki be
-, ,detablished open the Ilterislinslit.
Charles Francis Adams. Jr., next reed
a Carefully prepared pa r on the elm-
Caput President of .ha In
I. l.MAltur advocated Mete bleat Sy- a
=vote, Instead of by electors.
reform Is essential to political
health. All who nave considered the
subject Mita at Mo tlanchlja4l. that •
chugs Intim condi totitiniainsperative.
The necessary tuodnications will be
round reduced to form In the capon - pt
Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio, on the New York
r • Avelalng earWleekSepersi }rare
! read m'Bilotto of the 'Clan Gereloa4l37
George W. Curds, ocod The National C.
Ku of 1870, by Hon. James A. Garfield.
Gen. 100. A. Logan, •Congresaman at
large from 1111nola, will deliver ad:
Area blabs* takauteriguns Mar
on Friday afterndon.
The COnareletotMl Bab-Committee On
Foreign =Ore were In metal= today to
inve 2 ditata Atte tentiped ,_,•lll , teeettnent of
atklgtr u ereneaLei!reraguaky.
DiOrhf lite-enfy *knew exam
Med. He dented that they were treated
as prtsonese on board the Waspypr 1111-
calyect any Indigo/0\ go no witami
' define fir Bliss, Ind was' obliged to keep
him under surveillance. He dlacredited
the statement that alba was tortured b
Lopez, is he describes.
The drew of Hun Amos, one of the ate.
resawast HerrlftMemellte Watte:took
"fire lull eterhlne,lmt tbrottomee mimes
tingnlsheSed promptly that she was lit
rOttinMeek Betel , Wend, yes.
Lena two chlldiehef Joseph Williams
while playing with matches, bred the
erinendffdeatielito - 1,1961
The strike of the Frank In Line Tele.
graph O pe n g , ore_ oppyhpsi . Toe Own
, paw' , aoe3dee to the &that& of the Nwir
York operators for an advasosof twenty
=h= Ir.frakilltV i tLe
operators hate refuse to return to w ork
until the others are reinstated. near*
raWr ila Plr e I
d a.4 , 4 1,1 floriehistrj inehearalkit.'
Mahone Conroy, of Albany, Sweeny,
of Bt. John, N. R. sailed on the steamer
Java)toihkg ea routs to Sochi ; ;
The ieport that the Tittle ship` tchistl•
tuttun, eight tons, was to sail for Bum*
Is a hoax.
under admire of ReTellee Officer Water.
L rTh am at4l4 B llVA T ifort i rfa g l fix
G of whisky and andnalari ) to
P a k'. A.` fitil hctr .
I took plane tole evening far the mingle
of ratifying the ndiginations of the Dena
oeratio State Urairention. Me mew
r" me fl erY (* ) ,n tilras 4 '="
We mars meeting was held In Tarniiii4
Hall, and anteggnadded ever iN Mayor
fialli4ddremee were 'made by B.
Om Senator Ounierrley, and other New
maze meeting of GUMMI Repub
monde& bald thadght" ar caodj.dr.tl
- The hall. wee crowded. General
Sigel and othersmade addreseas. Rawl
ludo= ratifying, the htede Republican
notidiiittohr Weis adopted. The , pro
ceeding' wore enthusiastic.
well to Nu ewer Kate, woo reilthA
ces'hlyr.p :9 4h. P , SiblUla ewu.4
CLIWINII4TI. October R.--.Tphn
ner,ifiliPliniei,ittewiptedialcide In hill
row m at the hotel this afternoon, at dye
hy euttic4i bli Ithrwit with a
pocket. *Wks The woupd . eiFtemiled
+l4POiLth, ehiu mog. Pie paves
inatecotir; ono deep, iauf in - 141 tete
raise the Large veins and *Werke. Weak
from the loss of blood, and =Me 10
speak; be wittaken tetbehatplLiti .
surgeon thinks be will not MOM' II
left letters—one requesting a- hien
another to his sister Rita Oistz wro
W u P. U., Pest bed , Li dtlegheny
le Pat tr/Wi PP" ewe
letter.'aufbrfits dame to pm for hie
goal, and awing that If his •mother had
lived this would. net have happened, and
chit be would Como more en, she read It
Hsbas been. twos In the hospital:with
lirlum tremens. He was sober at the,
ti twai T n't ll .7 ll 4 3l V! ar inkt
Annual Meeting - et Friend. ' • .1614).
nelailli-irfAAWAnan 'grad. '
TPeanell to the Plttatergb ()unto
gic1t49 , 9?..9 4 1t0*Vg.. - 7 , 00. aluldnl 4
tporithen of the Society of Friends 'nob
the north. pistol tbroustso4o
eveniptt to ettemj their artossj mai:ft
at [keratin briOterth Cabala",
O. Pltwerald. Ise . merchant In this
atty. stomagned Weide tab month* fit
Arnelkerboty bjoyJnlt hoot
meets hero to-borron www
Rev. ELV. Alexiigiereilito of Prim.
too, Ina been eleeted:Krofessor Ict,the
Pbstobilso Milan ThOokittlhal
!Mune Mews *cola '4
ritr TerinPh w Mist .Mb Liaiette.l
Storm Is riovallieg here to-night. Tito
street, railways us) compelled to an snow
POCR O'CLOCK, 4..1Q
Attention I Dined ileekers4—
Grunt, Alen*, and the Fit
te-etath Amend utent—Reve
' • .
nue from Virainiia `l'obaceo
' Blot Uistltterfes Seized—
/ FalUog on in Tobacco Crops
--Supreme Court Indian
I Outrages—Pacific Railroad—
Athiniontil War nrdeD
:By Talograpit to in. Plttsbursh
WARMINITI4OI, Oct. 27, 1869.
/21 0 TO ALL OONCIZRNED.
l i fted' /lowing order has been
bailed by Jim, President of the United
Staten All ntininumlattints In wrltin g
Intended (or tiro
OifthaGoVerninent, and relating to pub.
lie bushman, of whatever glad, teelud
leg suggestions for leglabnion. claim,
oontracta, employment, appointments,
and rinitirtegle from oilleA. and pardon*,
must be transmitted th rough the Depart
ment to' witich the ea . a 'of the subject
and matter of the otoremniestwo prop
erly belongs. Communications other.
`Wise transmitted will not receive atter, •
,Biceder of the President.
Secretary of Mate-
Ai - narrow. ofiethe smignits I
Department of mate, Washington, Got.
16.1804-.Notioe ti hereby givelito appli
cants for office, that there are no existing
vacancies in the Department either si
home or abroad. Vacancies, hereafter
occurring, will be filled only an written
application addresaed to the Secretary,
and Sled in the Department. The De.
pertinentwill not receive applicants per.
tonally. No answers will be made to
applicants unless the applicant is appoint-
ed, and in no case will papers Hied In
Support of an applicant be returned to
the applicant. Attention to tbb notice
will are the appllicanta much Inman.
donne. HAwit.ron Your,
kiadß DRPARTNIENT warm=
A neraer, just lam from t
War Depiaiiit,dlreetathat ed
ing pima, be made general depots of
subject only to order. from these heed.
quarters and the Paymaster General:
New York City, Brevet Brigadier Gen.
Brown, Aseugunt. Paymaster Gemara':
New Orleans. Colonel McClure, asiatant
Paymaster . Oerwrall Ben Feeneteco.
Bran Brigadier General Leonard, De.
puty Peymeter General; St. Louts,
&eat Brandies. tlionral Pry, Deputy
Paymaster General. All other mane
Oetwertit ecrauctet u bernotons tinder
the Immediate oornmaud of department
and division oammanders.
PR=UVRNT GRANT AND /UODR DM%
Unita nthafer, itehihsitAinia •
convene= with President Grant yes
terday on MI =Neel of the blissiaMpl
election. He called the President's at.
t00100.t0.4 ptitaletted telegram Wets
effect that Judge Dent was represented
es serge .tbet , the. Premdent :mtetatned
atm as oandidate for Governor. The
rold4sni maid he had hluseelf seen the
statement and had enclosed it to Judge
Dent. inking If he bad been ore
z a" ! rep or ted .
y I To. titiVir7lVilty!
ThePreaident father elated that In Au
gust led be addressed Judge Dent • let.
ter_adeising him not to . coma% himself
lien the etrestertsitre movement waken
the party now supporting 4. leurri, the for.
Leer 'Meng, be laid, the enemas of the
adinirdataggen *pa ides - goveretutam..
While he was on goad personal reshot*
with Judge Dort, he rovertheletu felt
bound, by public duty, tooptenehlateleo.
lion,epd .gestre, success Alcor&
The h` tel Amettatlfindly trod em.
y repulsed to Senator Thayer.
fie believed from what ho had head that
OM" FP" OP .1.411'
Warm has teen received at the
(ken Serve, Mee of a very marked
earthquake wave having been recorded
on the mikradeterlag. page Or_iftnn
ymoomm en Friday ism M tialmilr.
P. r. Prom — thia th e ocetiLlarte Or a Mo.
lent earthquake in Nome distant ftrt of
the Anando Oman • may be Inferfed, of
which nun will doubtless be Mosived
here before long. The earthquake
air -dlmmda . In tIH,, tech the, tine
v hoectred In' Rat, to Augare,
of Mat year were announced in the mime
way. These waves travel errata the
PlicW:oteum at an averiq;e all of about
threlillaideel end elity.ndlee , ass hour,
depending on the depth of the water
along the track of the wave. From the
ide on the otat to
t i = it r i erdet i be le made, the eremite
I depth of that ocean has been found to
be about two thousand, fathoms.
William F. Witholer, United Maim
hiszahld at Helene, Montana TerriMl7,
has forwarded to Secretary Ora a report
of the United Mame Grand .../ury of the
Third dwilcial Wand Montana Tar.
rltory in regard to robberies sad mur
dersmined upon ettlasas Mitre by
bards dr Indium within His
mat few months. The report la ahrdivin
th=e properthat the e
ofilce i r b .
i s of the
neccessury to give them full fat:Meth= 1
or If the means in their hands are net id,
=l;(mate, they will represe nteromeot tho matter to
of g here,,wqo ham
and ov thnto punish add pre.
vain Indian demOidiamt
°' • • itiWbe rotor. •
A spatial telegram to the Wilmington
N. G., j'atusaf, hated Doldsbard,
m **Our town was thrown into et
4 Stard i si l pf ht
eve g, and lamed until o'okolet
between the United States trouts eta.
Woad here and Herron. About seven.
ty-ilve gone were tired, and one goldlOr
and one negro wore wounded. It fa not
Plit t iataiitaraoo SII4IOI , and our
au knee mtnloadb idterept tb
mak We West There Warethren
fights—the negro,* retreating at Met" i
11LUnTal OP DIBTILLIFIU3. r
Information has been received at the
Internal Reyentm Witco from ,the Odle*
Still MCI thei Teutdrfetuth Xistrigeo of
Pannayivania of the WSW* of Emery d,
South's distillery, valued at 00,000,
The Collector of the Third Virginia
titbit reports ths seizure of J.
bridge.* distillery, and the Ocffleetor of
the lied.lintiOnie Petrie} reptille the
seldom dr Ora Wile ldlhJlas eats-
Deateetive Brooks, of Pennsylvania, re:.
pone Monism of the distutely sty, tp
Good, and the rectifying house of S. 11,
Hartman d Co., at Lancuiter, Pa., tot
.71113"70 : 144 trinikine4ilthati
Supervisor Fresbary, of Virginia, tu
rns to the Internal revenue <elm Mud
e State C°lrsedavennot Ills au
bar 00, was 02,10 1 , pp, against Mr
614 01 Mr 'the eame period of act an.
He Dalmatia -the increase of Mound
inon tu rst+ . !! Weenie lOr ;the yeth
;1 1 40,144entit th ree trai t Ilona of do
(Mar ann POI PIPTIOPPTIP
7e7QMITIMiIat iltOM the; itubjeatn=
.loath Mettdm o
ent to thip
tire waßld to convoked this mou in l
ate=4ollllt& VISIT =a=
Tbe ns o e ebrth •
k w le l mlilnlids
t n e
e n l la m no i nueyr ties*
," fr .IUMTIOILV4MAD.
The ennitiiiiiimers eppMuted o'll4
frpr i tt lo pa mamba and report On the
nettle pociflo Whited, hat
• la soolo it 44 4, Mar* 114
.e r ot to ooneinde [telt report 114'
:WAIF Wait. They travel OM
t road 12y daylight at the rata - only
Om MI es en hour, but stopped to
pm three het I
.siiinumwatiVr• 01 .
the_,Supreme Goad to
,lovillad MOD skid 're ply
to the MM.
Op of M. Ph li llfw 3tegter=tgrgil
undoubtedly matter of
nnpue In the Ferrer atem" - Tfui pato
Jurisdiction bating beeelikiletztined,
Volirt !UPI hoar titil motion Pm . 100
Anitirlulaaris oputia.l to make fit,, ,0004 uNefciper
retina aim wag
tilafindiliat'-iettedved • a the p
trt . t ff .
at as thipttO thip•
globs and Marybindi - aad"tbratft4
otacky and tbe west chant '
The reported Moat last-night in alms&
mlneatute a further denalsoe*.
MUK:MkTON, N. 0
Trial of the Celan Offlone_wnwir fqr
charge Probable, •
ter rsirremb lo tar IPlroverall 6.r12.1
Wtranarcitagi October 71,—Tbe trial of
the °Moen of UM Cabs Ina resumed be
fore the Dined Maces Oonsudeidoner
Jimmi Deenijaq one of the anglsiers,
Davie, one of the matinee of the Cubs.
and Capten BUM and Mohan Belles,
both old Revel °Mears were examined
for the dellime. The testimony was very
favorable 16 the deka:Mama and greatly
weakened the mildew. of Gordon, the
=*ltem ; the Government
Mid GO he had been offered
Sweaty dollars to rite evidence against
The Imp Maud 1M very mineral now
that the oftms inti be Machined.
Heavy Mum 1 6144116.-VenielliAshore.
(By TolttßoOO to BB Otttaborgh Gozertto.)
Oswzoo, Oatobeit 27.—A mow storm
and high wind luistridled here lost night.
The schooner Austral* Wien with bar-
ley from Throilrent 'adore a mile
and • half below city and damaged
the eargo. The l probably be
gotten off. The *boons Acorn with
lumber from Mr: pope, went aabOre un
der Fort Outwits And will be • total
wreck. The felxedter lowa, from Fort
Nahum, laden weak barley, Is labors
•blRh and drys' •blot eve sidles above
timpttalent to Got. Clotto.
(117 Selesisott to the Plitstotrib Oasono.)
BOSTON, October W.—Eit Governor
Oleg% was re-elected President or the
Baird of Overseers Of Harvard Oolleee.
George W. Oooiey, for several years
Mario& Attorney 01 ftffolk county. died
in an Lupins Amy's.* yesterday.
—The Grand Didban Sons of Tete- .
perinea met in Dayton Tuesday.
—Gnaw & Co.', atameras burglarised
of 01,800 worth of clothing and goods on
Monday night at Dayton, Ohio.
—The Synod of (luckiest-I (0. S.) has
juat celebrated at Maud lion Its fortieth
stiniversary, and adjourned Tuesday.
—The farmers report baring distinctly
felt the shock of an earthquake In the
e n aster put ot Duchess county, New
York, on Tuesday.
—A dispatch hum Goldsboro, North
Carollos, states that at °marred there
ktiar the 24th er , In which one negro and one
ao we wounded.
—Oa the Dayton lad hllohlwan Rail
road, Tuesday, a train mn over and
aided an old deaf man named Cooper,
who was walking on the track neer Troy.
—The American Hotel and several
storm adjanent were blamed in the vil
lage of Charlotte, New York, yesterda
uturnidw. Lss, $lO,OOO, mostly
—TheMethod Ist pal Church has
illty.elent Rabbi Lcols, elemm hun
dred teachers and Woe thousandpits
In Hamilton counte r Ohio, to
recent reports. --
_George Stone, Of' the firm of &cm.
Nichols Mono, a ries York. Sari. Gell-
Grant mu any of his. fazoliy ever trans
acted any grid or other brokerage WW-
I nem through that firm
—At the Municipal election la WU
more yesterday fin , tesmbere of City
Comte% the entire Cletoottrstle ticket for
both branches was steeled, the rate W
thcht, and the election nntutudly
Sstuniceml State tion vend= will
Hit early day. The till pen.
MID the aio WI peas today. No
In the Lrehdatare relative to the
Fifteenth Amendment, which is not
likely to ba WSW.
—The iron plated ship Caostlintkm left
New York yesterday far London
with • mew of wives aboard —liv m
sad two briorioaadisodologe. The Con.
asitutlaa la sweaty-three feat la Werth
and eight teas Istadr, custom house
ILIIDOCIZIeIIi that O. Tooker , one of Ito
putts spinet wham chines ware re
cently prehdred samosedion with the
Ukqesi solored bounty Crenerotions, hes
disproved ble , issawkdo at the treads
ar proper responsibility kw them.
Vat the Pat brae scones
Reetegihmeh the gnat . Laths int
bodied in the words, ailationt Is the
tintiletalagag," and knowing , Mei ail
temnonamettourd alt the oonoomilensta
! Qsod crattaid lice isms trawl
it'll. ~ - Mani. It is very tesdnesd.
themthat ow* hatibie beat &Mired.
lor *duet*" :40 *miry omits of know.
Wl* wheat, ball , MtlitY bagen bits*
the meta Shona and become lealgore•
tee end enlightened with their benign
=in head balgriened whan this
their being tampered, and
boner ready to Mad wain sionlisd.
Our pavane and Moopuests gm tn,
numerable ble wideness or
being untutored enemata* Thar
lases were not Wed *tow to
4, 1 * ilk* ghats of War Angiefituroa
brethren, bat lianal. *Kb the brute
awl= Mirs vas_ not taught that
education was the beat. legacy a panto
wad leave his child; or' that the pose*
usaof homes' onemw self
rsdenta al. elevated
ba7 ant lierale. fatale:4*d
awl, would raft fill or ultimate sera
case and ereethally lead on to tabula
bat they had alwaSs nalltated to than
the darkest aide of the oleture—audde s
than. Indeed. banns of wood and drew.
aliel of wa np They had no freedom of
*wed -Mil . comolan.
Knowledge' was beyond their 4
the whip and swum ever. In nada*
to be applied. Thsy bare been met a
curl would with. thus far shalt
thou sob but no LAMM. ~They have bad
no beacon light to cheer them* that
='a mama but etwoure**wee e d
hem doenetleitey=mot deep.t r .
beam more could be attend, but the
been Madders. and 1114 to oweillowlng
when reinuntlra the away wrongs per.
panted upon , ma
what itelplasethey snots
bare be* - had loom itil
l i t aatat ban 'mig the
oiler of Mi day, lama however, hoe
been adduced to *hitt 'u theamplest
and roast esalaantate what has be*
theatatus ot ine4tozz.,th Arm*
re.' Their Mental an Gems thus
nenueneent end ea* sum
area generation been made top
keallY fad the Waft Meets. Ti,
'win* th in
ars tottanto Wade), walk,
lug 1n new *I-beaten rat"
Alive not.thepookeedearefh t ==
haprovement, Sea* the Metro* and
Impolitic expreadons so often prerndent .
• In lieu of an thin, when arbdomires
did *MOM apostate,. hivingovidanes
of all the elements of a man, brothat
and scholar it ROltbontit thee It Would , h are t een t he mean , at ova bf Windt.
ening our olabas to ettlanthip and is.
apart—of freeing the literature of OW
country Inca all aintaido taint
and pollution—sod the minds
IC ,tbszosde nom all blood.
*se and e union gor thoughts wen
112 Vlthij_ still we hoped on , hoped
ewer. When the war Alf Wetly ata
Union erl xid the hone pert displayed
by the . Wets** .lbtollita blood
and toil, cloud sod hos. anti the tartan
sequel. seemed josely to have oommand
ed silks Abe adminticalW Ahab and
siethenn with died faraway lb*
stains ot- a fet of b= z i
Siren the caleitie Mid reM i
dei, and made Xenia? , thithealord
theught (and tb a -high de,
rase of t pqo)` 1111 Manes/ of
prijudies.rV Oe aM 01:41ele. oencdor
w ood be entirely removed, and OW*
i nt I X r Pti r l =4 "l". ' 9l2 e
loveMl tar du r u m .
and aspirate= Jule Mau . matte to
tipen ' to! • the 0 grata , yea h ;01
"the **awn O O re la lattabblvhaese City
al niedoo) M . UNPVINIIIOO.
teen lomennet , Nested by a
c r ti e a r i
teeleC ' na*Ay :, th e
-w• eszkl mom!
Wiliiiwita awl by which we hay
attaineunsteandpanottem would notate.
Ase. our pfirla• walks should. .Thend.
ond reviser Vittotaiwb alike*** a
gemeed- equity, allow** int Mry ,
Inds is= r lN`ioll 1147.0ther other-clues of
Pee* slig-a chrtu
etanelde... taseli o p klthe od
their white and ore; Lu c ad jet
oseriyell th e aver ' of trade, poem.
Vou s art•Voti. ,Ttaly,louner4
tor Ofe MOM and
arduAti , Le•spmVuom and 11c•uwb-i
• %edam. They homes prep
07 tbounialuswi Ka maw*
goentadoet themselves they wil es
,ffillieried Sragbaal die falastail Thei
p era roue r
vermembir that Ood renbleth" the
Sad to the :Inman' They
pads intlentir the node delivonalie nit
melba= in thatialgender Kg WNW ;
hood of alod—imowbwthot. „
• . " N i l ll * um4 e l . P engo a te it ie_ . • 1, 4 •1 14 •
, on ear" sem. withes la v...
amildtim9 ha wonluOtes." '
WYK 0.. alfal4laanh
Two Hundred and kitty Barrel Well
aria on Pitncoe Creek —Development
The Timmins •-rieraid of Tuesday nye:
" Yesterday not a Hills excitement was
created at Eitiembarg and on the creek
by the announcement that a new two
hundred barrel well had beau &truce on
the Independent tract, west ritbolo
creek, between Slumbers and the Na
dated wells. The well Is located on the
Trombly tract of the tract above men
tioned, is nine hundred feet deep and In
the sixth sand rock, of which there are
twenty het. Pumping was commenced
on Monday night, and the well began at
ono to yield green OIL The yield dur
ing yesterday morning and Monday
night was, by tank measurement, at the
sate of fully two hundred barrels per
day. Yesterder afternoon the yield un
derwent an increase. and last evening it
was measured by the A. T. Company's
gauger, and found to be at the rate of
fully two hundred and fifty barrels per
day. The working Interest of the well
la owned by Mews. Wlnsor Bros. &
Welch. The well la, by seventy barrels
the largest producing well In the State,
"The tract on which the well Is situa
ted was formerly owned by the Indepen
dent OR Company, hence the name 'ln
dependent tract. ' This tract has not
been develo pe d longer than • year, and
tax been divided into smaller iddle
tracts. The wells het sank on it were
drilled into thellith or black oil produc
ing send rock, and ill that were properly
tested produced black oil In paying
quantities, and some of them produced
as much as seventy-flve barrels daily.
Alter the O'Hara & McFarland wall, on
the Pittsburgh and Cheatham:loll cum-
W'n's Use, Upper Cherry ran, was
sank Into the sixth sand rock, or green
aril rook, and produced Pugely, many of
the owners of wells on the Independent
track sank their walla into the same oil
boning rook, and generals with highly
satisfactory results. Anothe r well In the
immediate vicinity of the Menus.
ear & is being tested, and last
evening was showing y. The Erik
hag of th two hundred and fifty barrel
wnl, followed closely upon the striking
the Bronson and Thompson weirs,
each of which yields seventy to eighty
barrels daily, and which are both on the
same belt, th r oi=n different farm.,
I will greatly ad on the
telt, pathylarly as it o r 7111,7 partially
The same pater says:
"The history of oil development In the
vicinity of this city Is such as to Justify
expeinations that imp &Twat or
bfllt Is sun iig• anaismarare4 in the
surrounding hisnd valleys. Wherev
or oil swings babble upon the surface or
the revisits sand rock Is Mond beneath,
some day or other new wells will be
struck by the enterprising operator.
Within • radius of two or three miles of
Titusville, there are probably to-day one
hundred and twenty well in operation,
with a total daily production of eight
; hundred barrel; and theft , aro • larger
number of well going down in this vi
dairy to-day than in any other part of
the U we except the A !login
; ny riverdMrlet, which is dozens of oaths
In Length. The wells in this vicinity not
I only con km to drill them and to run
them, from their aearnole tO
: but they hold out longer anti the oil also
commands a higher price than in more
I remote fields, where
, tation ms be In cu rre d
..The Church Run district end vicinity
has done muck to Mane end support the
ateetualloal end bonnets interests of oar
city, and many of our citizens have been
active and prominent from the start in
prosecuting oil development them, As
an Instance cirche value of farms In Oil
Creek lowirshfp, we wens Informed by
the owner of one of them, which Is now
Frotheiriergely, that he reared an
offer of • 060, • Mew weeks sines for a
tract of than IMO amen It seemed a
chimerical Idea a her years ago to bore
tor oil to the north or west of our tiny,
On the runs or hills, which are today
flowing rivers of oil, to speak figura
tively; but fortunately for our city, man
were found who were wiling to risk
their money and mks their chances, and
WkelAkeilllpenied • loollirtithatertiv.
proven to ors, If not a wise sagacity, oar.
Minty far the es who pioneered Um
; witerel happy am an thrtunate eeeddent.
The old taste of tarritary were far from
coachman. We hays batter tool', more
asperiatioad drillers now, sad better
knowledge of every branch and liege of
oil development. The oil belt which
prints In the direction of Hydelown
abeald he Mowed up vigtirciiny. The
Mene tomography, the same nil springs
are hand between this city and Hyde
town, which appear in many other pro
ducing districts. The aid Hicks well.on
ZttilOil Creek, in which work was
stair bemuse the tool ware lam in It,
&boa 4 he resasoltated, and the Herr and
other outlying f aro pat in coae of
thrirough tasting and developmen t s A
ie. thousand dollars invested in this
dr way may make as the gainer by a hun
Beaver County Tamers' Institute.
Siersoottoo or 1.1 CUD11 , 311 GUM .1
Raw Batcarron, October 27, 1869.
'e above inatitute convened In the
enbool hall of New Brightem, on Monday,
the 25th In.. at 2 r. K., County Super
intendent 0. M. Fields in the chair. The
Sabring officers wan elected: Repot*.
log Sonsterr—T. R. Donates, of Bridge.
wider. Munition Elsoretaries—Kla
Beßamage, of Rochester, and Benjamin
health. of FaUaton. Executlve Coin
sauxce—ii. P. Taupe% of New Brighton;
Ines S. A. Pratte, of &cheater; J. R.
Misty, of Racoon; J. Whitehato, of
Hanover; and Maggie H. Reed, of Dar
lington. • Reeepdon Committee the
ten:here of New Brighton schools, and
Dr. Stanton and J. Carbon Rao.
Prot G. L Eberhart. of Itlitanning
Union Schools, addressed the Inaillat•
00 the tuditlrmity of State involtut D3f
Seaustp r = J l.—lnsittute was addree.
ad by Rev. . 13.2411111. of New Br
ton. on the subject of education. T.i gh H.
gave We method of teaching
'Poltarmx. October 29.—Inctitjite con
vected et 0 o'clock and was addressed by
Prot J. A. Cooper. of Edinboro Normal
Etchookon the 'abject of English °ram
mer. n Prof. Vanpalt treated the subject
.ot Intellectual Arithmetia.
4.lterenes' adees--Prot. Cooper let
*mod on Textbook.. and Peachbo r Eng-
Hat. Hamner. This arm cartel very
Crto teachers. Prot. Thy or, of
Ir de lietulnary_ addremed the loin.
tate on the beet method of teaching
Geography. &mend cabers made brief
Feemaitii on the same subject
Rev. A. G. Wallareant New Brighn,
addressed the Innings on the Teache to r:
I reeponeibilithe Bar the moral trending of
6casiet—Prof. Jacobus. of
Betl, delivered an sdreocn Heroes
and Heroism, Prof. Cooper on the
Teacher's Profession, and Met Randall.
of OMR% New 'York, 'Pral=6l3chools,
more some mei fine select
Wittbiesday. October 27.—lostitute eon.
sued at 9 A. at. The seedon• arm occu.
pled by Prot Mow ontmahing history,
and Kra Randall on reeding.
Thus fa the lamitute Ina been very
•Intaneting—a fine mates&
Every performance haa been highly
creditable. cannot but do
• Prat Cooper and Mrs. lare do.
a ettellent senior, and we think are
' . le fally ppm:later% Oct cooly by the teach.
as meant, but also by the citizen
Tbs attendance Is Mtge.
• 6 11tra. Randall will sive at entertai
Meat on Mandy evening, and the Ina& n.
Sate wiltadjourn on Friday. Mare anon.
evening Charley Ramsey, an in
of color, appeared before Mayer
'puts, width he has Oftenlione before,
Vt chugs of pocket pinking. Mr. oohn
arks was the proesentor. and Allem
Mu a party wen In a when on Ohio
Mem yesterday afternoon.en Char-
Ley, one of the number, made a bet that
he was the largest man of the party.
Ussatuoments were taken. and consider
abis laliffiltllllllS wee created over the
of ilr.'liarka stated he opened his vest to
allew Charley to measure kb waist. His
pocket book oputainlng about .68 was in
ithi , mat pocket. After the mesansin •
be mime the ltakethrwk. almost sim
ian:Motu with Cliarlere departUre. He
made itdbrumdlon bMrethe Mayor, end
Chute, wu arrested Mier * two bones
gairob, tut Eid Do money. In default
othell he wu committed km trial,
rr""v -- r• Mork.
.jhthllor tr. ricer" the great. music deal
er* WI new on Mud the largest stack
in , isnos
de In of
ign d Organs weer Otib in this
aotoprislng imerntheats of every
orfarnitant and °Mho 1110111 bean
latiland empathetic tone. Their prices
I$ lower than , aay other home h e th e
- rdpr e And persothiyho wen issestt Abe b pi e th d to. s;
etraments at the terea_
, &Mid be etre to ar vidt Mellor rt. ble
:rooms. Eathentha the Week SS Filth
attune, nert door below Masonic Ball.
• °mama has 28,000 inhabitants.
, Tint mercury at Milwaukee was eight
I degrees below zero Monday morning.
II Tax THOUSAND orange trees were re
cently destroyed by a fire in Banta Bar
Timex ix an American and English
printingestabllshment in Paris —an out
growth of the great exposition of 1867.
Art indignant father caned the wrong
lover in San Francisco, a few evenings
since, and got off cheap with an apology.
Tux English Baptista have subscribed
618,000, and desire American Baptists to
raise a like mom; for active in Pala.
CONTRACTS have been made for the
caissons and towers of theOyer
East river between Brookly n and New
FORTY =OUT hues have been last by
accident at the Ohio river bridge, at
Louisville, WILCO the work was com
IT is rumored that a consolidation of
the Central 'Railroad of Pennsylvania and
the united Jersey companies Is about to
Km Indians stock raiser, Mr. W. W.
Thrasher/or Connersville, has taken pre.
minim at different fairs this year =cant.
leg Co $1,027.
Twea.vs soldiers, NI insane, members
of one regiment, passed through Omaha
Arizona, a few days Mice, en route to
New York to be p--.d in asylums.
In Springtield and Gower townships,
Cedar county, lowa, not a single Demo
cratic vote west cut at the recent elec
tion. The former mat 155 and the latter
86 Republican ballots.
In a Wisconsin family there are five
daughters weighing over 1,000 pounds.
The weight of the father is 201 and of the
mother 225 poeods. Agpegste weight
of entire family 1,58.5 pounds.
Tan Supervisors of lowa county, Is.,
arraigned before the Federal Court at Des
Moines for contempt in refusing to levy a
tai to pay railroad bonds, were discharg,
ed upon promising to obey the ardor, of
Tint total number of public 'patients in
the State Insane Asylum in lowa is 880.
The coat of keeping them dozing the
quarter, boar), clothing, treatment, and
cash advanced cm their discharge, was
A warms in ki.,,,nis t o s Magazine
cues It as & ism that the muter of a car.
tats Banday ragged school In Loudon has
to la the children out In time to pick the
pockets of the people leaving church, or
else lose his poplin
Mrs. A. P. Hioa of Littleton, N. EL,
has aped the city of Lowell, Nam, fatten
thousand dollars damages for injuries
caused by a defective street, and tha city
government has refused her over to cora
prom's's, for three thousand five hundred
Tun RlAng Bun Rumrance Com pa ny,
of Indiana, haws retired from budneen
considering that there Is no fair prospect far remuneration to the agutaa employed
and placed at risk, in view of the recklets
competition now prevailing in the boar
To gratify an old railroed ardie, the cil
ium of the town of W Clilltan
county, lowa, voted almost solid for the
removal of the county seat from DeWln,
although they, the Wheatlanden,
have logo thirty miles to court, illotelot of
twelve as formerly.
A coaorme's risquErr al Penn, 1111-
Dols, last week cute to the conchudoz
Mrs. Margaret Clancey, of that plies died
In consequence of • blow mbsdnlsteral
by ber hustand, Lawrence Claneey, on
the Mat, with •• .stove-lltter," Indicting
a wound on her forehead.
la Polk minty, lowa, • colored man
named Marsh was elected Supervisor of
Roads bymat. • majorlfy of nine fifteen
The CoppmbadMdird pute
'Mk certhlcate tonne Daelsorbonendeed
only two votes. Davie refuses to qualify
and Insists that Marsh be Installed,
Taxawam, Tenn., they have 'nat
ural monstrosity, a child with two heads,
four arms, double thorax aad abdomen,
two separate end distinct vertebral me.
tonne, two hearts, two pair of lungs, end
two pair of genitals. The Renders fem.
hem& They are mated nearly &veto ficis,
an te d the unnatmal Imninction hag three
A Genx•sr Lutheran minister, named
Hugo Buell, from the town of Waterloo,
Wis., armtenced to six months Imprison
ment for seducing • German girl of that
committed stdcide let week. Da.
piece. tug dir =lineman( he confessed to hav
ing committed two murders, giving the
data of each occurrence. but aftenrard
Tun New Orleatusfor soma
time pest, Lave been ven~4Lting the fact
that the State was being defended of
money, =me In the aggregate
several hundred ting
thousand dollen, under tee ,
color of law for the relief of the veterans'
of 1812 and 1814, the plural Impression
being that there were not a hundred of
Ude clue alive. Judge Able has mesa
bled the Grand July to invettlgate the
Tim report of the Pacitle &Mud Com
=Won, upon which the dual acceptance
of the road depends, will be ready for pre
..• taloa to the &Meta; of the =3?
bk,the close of this week. It term
that the Commlsahm
bas speed to recom
mend the acceptance, while at the sum
time It points out some details In which
the ma& have not yit teen brought My
up to the requirements of the law. These
lacks are held to belong to • .cbres far
which time Is needed, such u settling at
embankments and ballsalltm. The Com
mission Is unanimous In the opinion that
both Dees are ha much better condition
than is usual for new roads.
AT ran Rhode Island Teachers' Irian.
WIN • few &It ago. Prof. Phillips adieu
ered a lecture on rhe methods of non
In Europa. He considered that Germany
affords the bed system. They am
menced four hundred years ago. How
than In the lower walks are educated.
With a • • potation of 85,00mp0, Prusda
has , ,ooo in. the common schools.
This is equal to the ratio of children of
Feper age to attend these echools. -Latin
LaCOMMelleed 111 the age of nine. The
education ot Hauls up to 1110 IWO of fang'
teenis eludes exclusively on Language..
Theirown language Is the last to
He thinks grammar might be postponed
until ane or more anguage It l
He considered the textbooks of Germ eaftied• any
admirable. MI the children of Germany
are required to attend some school ham
men to fourteen. The teachers are
thoroughly prepared for their work.
They are examined by the State and ern.
( Flayear. He referred to the
system in ....
*gas, taken from the Garcon
In the main. They have Hat s second and
third class centificatat Tne teachers are
Nsw Ossetia, October 27.—Ootton
alMed firm at Ito fir mlddllnS minor
lace balm mattes VW bates; ea.
cto Havre were 4./SI bales. Oats
ar at 05($680. Hey dull and lowest
a me 122. Pork clardinedi m sts
Mew retailing at lito tbe shoul em der; 21e
fbr clear rib sad eller aides,, auger
mired hams heldatiNe. Other anklet
nnehengea. %blow Hurling 4134
New Yorkslght sategmagalin , to „ti per
Haw Yost, October 27.—The'lnarket
Is steady with but tbwnhangea and there
awe One busi ept ness doing at sates;
we the Lmonla pr o=-
1 teia. WM* ere mimed from- at. to SION
bleach tomilas whko are reduced from
12 to 1130, and Garribalch- reoellanza._
which have advanced from ILA to
i 17%. ln other claw s
ehan m claws of goods Mere
no partionlarg e .
board No. 2 wheat wu active bat ham'
et 22201230 seller the .month. atm
weak at 61%411650 cash end. seller the
month. Oise ncaninal Itagetallii seller
the month. novitiate quiet In the
evening market and nominally them=
as In the Manton.
sitirEo l Oetottot St-41m itookyand
• Wet 22001d00. ilr_hoet, no
Vie~ gate; wlth mall Manta S
at Sbo. Holm lower Ito common and
steady for palm; Woo lass islOsof
boo op Ude Mode AS 1 1 . 1 5, God OM
boo sollotol Boor QcOnts'at
11og2 Noonctux„Oet, 20.—Oit2ta..10wiald
d11Met good ardlnary l 4id• Midst
INA azobersl,lkwhltoll..lo. - Oats
700 • Rye notlor $1.20. Voce 51,12.
Moor pet Itat superfine to Sway. nom,
—olds Son by= 2101 otootadozo 17No•
Dorsoirs, OotobOiS2.—Virtuit: idottptit
15.000 bolo the market to lo bettor. No.
1 whits 111.1201,12. NaZie7 week al WO
pot oontaL flfll *WS dull,
WAHDEN—OCHN ECK —on Thesis, eeelitlhg.
October SOU, 1889, by Roe. rot. donna, Yr.
DAS - 1D S. WARDLY And Ylss ALL•
SCR N LC R. all et Plosbaigh.
hIILL/ 711 -11ILLES—O h Tooaday ..aloe.
Sled, too , a: the teateleactt at the briar, pa
tent*. Jacob klttler, Z . Col. JAS. SHIAPI B
and ICUs SOP 'IA WILL both of Pit ober. b.
PAIT t reSTJCE--Oti Wedtiosdes morale,. Or
oats9la, et * I/ eisk latest - and
deogoter of Neal/nolo S. a.. 1 G
**mesa ca. eKed 14 morel* soe el oar..
not iotters..ls tale place hoe the reddest.,
of her otreeta. No 93 Wylie •tritel. to. o•r.et
9 o'clock C. ■ . That:tends of the Issolly ere Co.
49 . 4CH111 To ads* stoittl‘OctoSee 26.
se SIM o'slock. M r.. CATHAII*NE 1, alto of
rumst from the residence of her buetrad 1p
*9llllpetterg. E 4 l l ar , Lonoll 7. Pa.. me •rrax•
nook.oo igh o'clock. *sleet. of the !tautly are
neepeetteny Melted to attend.
A LEI. AIR EONDEE
.* I.tik tl. "
,weet r k hY k
Mf g .
MOO each. ups fuerat~u
Somamme-Itair.Dwrld Yam D.D.,
LC. D. D.. 7°lxonsa /Mum, 111,q..
cMI23& PEZEILDA S!
A-r ekardinerti ci
AViall /Wog CAN vrtiosu thar Parrs
gsrliktk:ll= Z= l ' ,dna Val
W as, at Woes vanlait boos ft so SI, 3. •
Mor,=for Lo , trisoat. Hosneotise.
hod• ends .r
LEM:soy:to& ologo stall ito,
JOSEPH HEVER & 8001,
No. 444 PENN MUM
Carriages tar Piaaarata. pa.do Marls.
..00141311 t.& aad an 'intent reernaki.s
Caner of Penn and Sixth Streets
• • TOCK
N. w OW COMPLETE
wit= a •• atn• 0.
row SALE OR HERE.
4S WRLBt UP'iIOI~L Slußt,
as mini A.ViIiZZ.
09zoode. /twos awl
3 V.'igl Pk. 3.:44
Our Altair Ravages the laadirtelt Was den,
' r a t
li t 5
. ..41 ej l e t /1 1 11C,. morruAT
1110 Masimal wsn.
relook Adtaladoa, 00 yelp.'
at ot . E 34 Velma. LoNtate ematmota
Tb• Leman 001111$1411 I kie plasma la as
aoaaataa that tarp kayo mad* potttlyeanirmat.
mean trUa ta• atattagataked Lam-
Jobs B. Boa", two Iterates. Briard% rot%
Wendell Plal/Iloa.ltark .0 W. rowel,
YrlPltitr TgliFtVggiirenaMl T tetir:t:
Mho Et ate kaaateittaDa,Tato
dory Tlttoa, Rhatera ?milk_ IL,. hall.taa
wriJo - Am W.-w. Q.
bra. sad btalit ebeTtopondsweg with t lu t a
( Mato 11. Cads. Itay. Ward
Brother. !Whop EllraPloa. Ih.. *Wady sad
am. ?.eats, Aar Unapt xsoouraa. =Waal
Ulm batiets to reserrod mat. without • visa
` ° ansod'l:we g.' „ “a•trg.l7l,ll. :I
W. 14ert-es txontottlee.. • •
W. 1.1. If °WWII), Club. WM BCSOTOIR,
tol l is I e t .LAM. W. unitarian...
oat Lem. Committee.
einci Warman turaarcz (o"
emoczon.. mt. $g UM •
larAN ELECTION for • -
To wry . * for tW emori4oi Trz, will be bell! Or
THZ •PrICE, •
NO, 92 Wittar stretc r r
On 1011)/1, 9111 day u Nornnifierlut,
Retirees the horse or It A. ic..dite.k.
WM. P. AIR Ilecratanr
NEW DOoKs! NEW soaps!
figt.00.37•• • Wary. „
!tort. from Mita
hapro.ls.toe; ams Chrlitlas Aadip.6.
Orcat 11.1.; try Web* Misicates.- • •
endo; Una Onmaa.n.l tit the Bata.
ritO9DVII IMITORT: or wreck= vet
101 . 0 ST ALMAICA An . Xach
JOSEPH • HORNER,
TWO VAILIMOLEI- i t
LAW- ` SOOK3.
I.4 6o;rearmT" a ' s
Tao/us er -W•e•thiit i a " . I ....Teelthlt motion
OM three oaths nether at TM) peps. Beth
pthr both thre. Palthsy.oo.
U. OFIZARY4_II. ♦ IiDPIICLIIIQW Xleit•
etZIWZ. "Tthoely Treatise as the anne. •
The vest weed of San ea the satheavd ,
Sejlththee. sae theffiele,therthelezeentlexest
memo* erILL-thlslitothd, r gemmed tan user
r.4l..7.l47a,egVOSUllwtr ililt(.Ee lß t P ith .Pll t
eSo.Phth. 'Aenl' Ithththr.•
RAY - dlc coapaarr,
at 65 Ina! Sawn. t
13)14:: PRIEST AND , MIN. Ittir
Ai.maralrWiight. vel. $.11.0%
b 7 the Aihart *Ma boot stuff* thely
I Aft . Ttualgta... -.gums intim' Jarvis.
114rittdes urd. 'tam*
tolaouta I sad eseb 411.1112... -• • , •.• ••
'Stories frovElif Attic: 01.80:
esamillaii anis toenstratlyntusingioh
• 4..11.........011i1at..10tts 'O2l/111.lify
V°l42 :MA T lNM il etticaili.oo4
UV, ' a6 ^ 7= l ' ;it axi — d 64 . 716;
eak... o l ll k.s.R4laibox•todn• Y b_ Images,
o n a = l rgen i r e n Sl -!" !
chorea mg.. e-vohnsis„-ttilio.4
Arir lAA oilier `; Ikunts , B7 z. t . 1 .4414
& i v firattlat
ids pr l93 = I yB. )2 A 4l Z . tv ,
• Crer Offsrmiotoollo27Tel. - •
CrIT or AisioNAmWll9Dori.r. 11 169,
IkTancs,..4leated - Prerali
A. BA, MONDAY. Nevoiamt Ash IRIP.
Soo, lard. of4e;i: chug' "'"itry"
Tole del/violet &twain aloes the Wesel Woo
TLt Voter• fly 117QHTSENTE
:. YARD. AIWA' ruumuris,...us adetAS #4l ,
is ulAthas awl plus torboldlas
TIIMDAY I lorember 16;1869,
T. diet ORR rititscnria, -
JUL to the Aniogyprol tom of rylo.
errs or Prrrisrscar.Ciatitsrr MA
Oinca mcrrr> /I 1r
TM Clr.—The asiesionent los
- ft- si .1 Poing taiostelsla
ifts.a. / to Valls) Mliii. Is pew ovadv tor
ersiihistlos and eta vrw eaeolith. . lic . s t. eTtu
!. toad tolllONDATuter:=ll=l,lll6kacouixt
patio H. l. 110011111 ,97fikitifialni,
lyillUralt STREET. ,Ttior
• ‘4 , ,,diriif ie wered:viewa t a saw;
•M asv ",,,„,id. sa ttaryrATl A TOrli r an =
re i rellt P. K.. SO atqa to tliPeaw i ts
1101/ABD y aurie.
THE WEEKLY GAZETTE
the best antl enempest rnmmerel•l •ndhsl ' 7
Cab t,Gel to NV atera renttOlpL•t e
N• termer. oar:haute .or .orrtalat .bald I •
(In9-o. eve- ............ 1
(Yr. ,;.d mint. 14.4 WIWI Wirt
.D . 4 ' • t. a. Pustla.....r•
ES ARR 16.1.1.
MrNOTICE-S— , •To-.1.4." •
Lno"t " Manta
be., exc&mg FOUR t7N24
be miens:el w telex columns annex
TWENTY-F.ll'E CENTS; each
Nona! tine FIVE CENTS.
VT PLonfENT ory r . N.., 8„.
of ail ha d blrCliD,lte4 45 th en notlt.
WTAFTED.—A Suite of FUR
RISHER ROOrlo on co hcr Perm MEMO,
north Arent., Add re.. 0.. tiosorT • MPOICII.
W.47X0. 4 GENTS
TUG EMI?! ' ‘ 71.3 " th
otrPIVSI V A T
Ammo, Marlowe or, (I:treated, Pile* rm,
IA Mal , /10.000 olltobro i.e moot. Id-
Ares. AMERICAN Eli TARO 11 AMUSE CO ,
Roston, Moto., or ISt. Wells. Mo.
820,000 to Loan lo large or small mom,.
THOMAS K. PKTTY.
Blla.,t4ond and Real Zama Broker,
No. 119 Pot thneld arrant.
U rAlirrEnr4 P4 llll X l frati/I.ll‘da
s s To .o.yhsselh• old rsbabla YMILIM.-
La a 0 Pr. s NINO bl enial& thrTitt. MOM.
yd•ura.t 11.1.. lIMIN. An what !Merida SIN
Blast Manus ......a 1,..........evtar &bawling sad thus
o the above. wow V•OrkiD. tnashm a ery Ls lafr-agraml
STottk • P•ll.fiLB, Proprietors at reaamt.
Ilch . EZ & DOTP , LASi. imam of Alleith•••
t County. OM. "arms, of Nan sad Thtrty-WM
ANTED.-- ALGENT 6 L .-0611)
_ per mouth to ell tke only NENofself NIG
CH 09C.IZPne ba ll. lit. areal lad le
I°::Aleuts. . tr,gcr.l•ll4.s4llll.
EZ , ish ,2 47l7T:.p• It I. e .] of wart that 1,11 -
be oaue any amebic. — J00.090 *old./ tief
derma. cote featly Increasing:- if on 11. Mae
to take A 10.../• d
1 .1 , 11 of tOfelugrm - es Aaercr. If.ekf
CO. PUtaburab, Pa . .. 0 7; it.
wiNTWD. —By a .ionaiz WAN..
las bad some exp./dam fal Ab
Goods doss, add boa alto tralro , ed •
tidal. 0 Imatto• at trarellne Age= edit Sala*.
het :la or wboleaala Jobb in g house. allttl/0
/ay Zeta doe Oat ma) Or required.
—Andy to, Patodloo Box bia M. 'Nut..
•than. county, odium
, LFTED.—TIN - 0 Good Tim.
lobt ar g ra . go Work or assort. Wars sod two
LacoClr. t EriArrlloll2l;
• , AtkrakerrtCty, ra.
WANTED. --A Good mule,
ithka and atiewlr • to etakhlri. 'railed •
pleaaaat sltaatlon to a man laially.,,Apply at
65 Bearer street, Altera.) eltys
WANTED. - A Irint
Morild Mater or. mein Dandle mea C II
to Cleeleasit. adderea IlaralMoa.
Anao'd Co . 380 Mad 3:01 Pelee *tram; at'
TITANTED. — .TOMMAGOOD
V V SoCOND 11A ND PIAN •
dress A. G..11,NN.1/Xll[l4.t.lreet.
W l / 1 . NT ED .--I 9 AELDIV 61 ••••411
Lat . :a Second BWrf FRONT ROOM. lin'
Wale fox a inatimko Fan .14 , at O.OIfIS
tam InUrboard. arbo. IIT loam alnite.
•vs , shales of
r_ .11,1 RT ~ F ,ornitatied or CO
iIIFILNISELED 80UM.% addrua R .
gw egy eAl ri ' rOO ao can eta raßK C: 60.
77 9 v
1"4- "". "
A_ roo • m. ursamed, opescn blikony.•
gum> at i!‘ sufte.
T . A "
~..z„E g ultr.iti3itV/3 4 7
rito IL.ET TVIT-11-110.11117=7
i c t/e La the Z. E .Vr s ieAr tk. the_ r.
EOR .RENT,:,-A furbished
11,13. satiable tor mils:wt. illagall4
T 7 Sa l te Strad. Jun Oars Qs rasa,
aalrr —eaten s_
relltay of Alalt.istzG,tbs Impamenetißrkfit
wag Flow, colt-41,211w tictve d4z.
steatilb• COntelearneektrae% arnairmatl:Wig.
stet mart. with iraotaacoebett. ,2VP %1 Wl.=a• •
sztrinesaptllltobs law; •I
SC9 , ftve.r.aren.g: aliptWV.
eO. W 0 bn
rep 00 No. 845 Rean.VZ,
rO SALE.—IRJILDING LOTS
u gi m ß it i ntnnevllle. booth, TRUMAN
Ott pat-LaW. No. 91 99a
rot the domt d'ted so Mors Rooms t
sad-dohm Ims bo.to.m.
M. 1101120 sad Droasist's sundries. so.l
,Abssra Cormsr. tor 0411, 111 . <01111$ Of Irorrt
ety. Yor_particalsrs ad emir C. S.
No.lloo Wasket meet, liserlsOorg. ra. - -
.11 I :
114111:11NOIC. Altewbbay Qty. LA II
ael by I4JI to • 11:11*t Vey; bane /rim
good oraer. Appl to CROFT s ratan%
t'OR 13it La—mint caccog.
D PertDereDlD, wassmonts.
Pica 96 and flif TDDA mime, 34 Matron!, tat
BD feet D. apt... Soar sloth. tlsh. tor lama
t`i -t • • •
T. 41411•11 AND r.varzwo ,L•DS, lb
.1e of exch.,. fur eter cousguy . •
.rafrrebasats. •• • • to of •1022•••. ..
oisestx—soon..wi LL AND
gaVairg ' 4 " ,rx>ll:"% ou rri a
igb Bandze: best loess% tae...117.
dereser,enel Itmea• • tire • Witness; sell erne ,
pgips i . e'er particulars. edema E. xAr.u.s..
ZZL, SHOO Karim street, trarrlsbar g , "
7 7 ,
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• .-jugghmt;.l.A LLICORAIIT CITY. -1. 4 , ••
bfg, atz7o feet Ls being 0...0f trgAish
star °At A a moem: a e a oa a o n r o ta v g
tseovf o t g el o bsoes;
.. - boslttessvott somata e . f . p. beatUt, we,
have decided to: gloss out th is of tho bash.
sews AS sveletwaln. Also • via of !Um
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littenool.oo , evadd lute a good loam eater atm -
los 6 feet. on icor* lea.. Ntellasilsee
• particulars laqvlre at No. 4t Obi e street:Alta
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. Mio Alr ri t itakor " .
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r o; l o w atk.narciro=gll3 l l b" lit
OM goolieberfles aod corn tat
timber mat; dowry opened; odyl nnly - predilaa
nee or Inanntacturlog oatbtahmenta:
'near entlriotoodegoo4 traheatkosa Of all
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mono , sott rood cedar on donor. /Taw or&
alcelltvt stand flar jog
*et a IXII.I}I4IL BRICK 1 dilirdyLlNO do Ms
iota ..ma; lot. :Kinn r.S . /br ed 9 *. Tu
teldstopayi:-Two illowed foe Ind lot-
ID.ataraaaaratitT. , Eiri 1= 1 : 1 1 1
aUar et... 4111 Inuokondool.s
dpisoood couch, .
I: o2ll Wir.tentienolutseeli.i,
I'a IMOliC3l.o3oar lasassaasatar la Heal
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grA.Slli c alg r flekt: l ===
Er will taunt byssall Sara tokayisqlestjails. •
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%Jets aad Vaal plass Afeati,Jis:LlSlt
1)IV A 81EI I refll' OR - STITEIer
ROM Vrtublostan iluvet., 42 2 et front and 92 •-
elnt-et•ell.. lammed a sto.era. tailt
PAINT Billvit HAMM !-P.'9l?• -
. AX1442:1 •- • OCI xad 99 Tklrd whonst.
1 - ;4lErrii! the St. chat stre et
oTIOAT CO • .—f , tralred
.tee- resldanca or tbs ratacraber,
*niers otre.r.. , , AlLegbrlty, sj• L AVM 114 D
ANP WHITS COW. —L-Ilberai rs . w.ad Oa'
Pala for her rerrerem ADvi atllt LTaLc
8RA.418 TO I '
JOHN M. 0001 1 a* CO.;
Bell- and Brass Founders;
ham, lecoonrE k I OLUNG
Agde .Ipromisis to ftder•
113A13131V8 - META L ,
itade - ana kept on liand:
Z iiL COOlefaligOTtakkiCBl*l-,
Firma and Bilareadareiii; *4l-'
PENNIMA ncED .s,
NTED. - MORTGAGFA -
aad BS Marti svetma.