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The Somerset Herald.
Decemtwr 31, MT2.
OixiralGkorokW. CAsaof Tittii
burgli, bau been ielected President
of tit Northern Pacific Railroad.
Oca State Legislature and theCon
FtitutioDal Convention both assemble
on the 5th of January next. The lat
ter body in Philadelphia.
Tub Cumberland Daily Xetcs, of
Saturday last, pays that, Vice Presi
dent Colfax when in that city on
the previous day, stated distinctly
that he did not intend to accept the
editorship of the' New York Tribune.
A lkx. Murdoch, Esq., Marshal of
the Western District of Pennsylva
nia, has resigned, and the President
has anuointed. and the ' Senate con-
firmed, Col. John Hall, for years
t hief clerk in the office, in his stead.
Col. Hall will make an excellent
Marshal, and his appointment will be
a popular one. i
Thi Soldier's bounty fend bill pass
ed the House branch of Congress on
Thursday, by a vote of 115 yeas to
55 nays, after being amended so as to
give every soldier, musician and offi- -cer
who received an honorable dis-j
charge, after ninety day's service and
every seaman, marine and officer, and
their widows, one hundred and sixty
acres of land. This will be a good
thing for the soldiers, but disposes of
about 400,000,000 acres of what is
left of the public domain. Better give
the land to them, however, by far, '
than vote it awav annually to rail
Captain Charlemagne Tower, of
Pottsville, whom it has been asserted
etood ready to pay eomettro hundred
and fifty thousand dollars to bribe
the Legislature into electing him
17. S. Senator, declines being a candi
date, and it appears to be conceded,
that Gen. Cameron will be re-elected
without Republican opposition.
This is as it should be. During the
late campaign the opposition persist
ed in making tho fight turn on the
strength and character of the "Camer
on ring," and the magnificent victory
M on, entitles our veteran Senator to
the honor. We are still old fashioned
enough to lielieve notwithstanding
the civil service reform that, "to the
victors Wong the spoils."
The Judiciary committee of the
HotW has agreed to report a bill in
creasing the salary of the President,
after the fourth of March, from $25,
000 to $50,000 it annum. The ia
eretwe is placed on the ground of the
greatly augmented expenses of living
since the passage of the act fixing the
present 6alary. Scores of gentlemen
in the country receive larger salaries
as president et corporation than
does the official head of the nation.
The President is compelled to enttr
Uin Foreign Ministers and'other dig
nitaries, and his expenses are conse
quently much greater than those of a
private ' gentleman. The salary
should be commensurate with the
dignity and generosity of the nation,
and as within the last four years pri
cts have nearly doubled, it is but rea
sonable that the President's salary
should be increased in the same pro-!
If we remember, aright it was
President Grant who once paid, the
best way to get rid of a bad law is U
insist on its rigid enforcement.
Whether he said so or not. we think
the President is actingon this axiom in
his enforcement of the "Civil Service
Reform.7' This so called -Reform7'
is beautiful in theory, but an outra
geous humbug in practice. Civil Ser
vice Reform is an invention of the
Democrats, who when in power, pro
claimed the opposite theory that, 'to
jthe victors belong the spoils," and
was wired upon by -Liberal Republic
cans as a specious cry wherewith
to beguile the people during the late
canvass. Rotation in office, has hith
erto been held a wise and salutary
doctrine, but civil service reform cuts
this up by the roots, establishes a
privileged class, and totally ignores
the fundamental principle which
places the offices of the government
within the reach of all its citizens.
All the people should have the right
to compete for the honors and emolu
ments of office, but civil service re
form will exclude ninety-uinc out of
very hundred aspirants. ; It is there
for fraud upon our Republican in
stitutions. It not only totally ex
cludes some men from office, hot it
retains in position others whom the
Advocates of the doctrines de
nounced as unworthy.- It would en
able lads fresh from their books to
pass good examinations, while it
would exclude practical, thoroughly
trained business men from positions.
It would riMhtf "offices with men pos
sessed perhaps, of scholarly attain
ments, and not a particle of adminis
trative ability, while the men of abili
ty, other than mere book learning.are
excluded. Fred Grant, lately from
West Point, would to-day stand a
. better examination than his father,
the President, and such men s Com
modore Vantjkrbilt, or Col. Tom
Scott, managing the largcst corpora
tions andjnaacyci interests in the
country.conld not pass examination for ,
petty office. Thetheory that a faith--ful
competent pnblic officer thould
not be removed because of his politi-
el opinions id a plausible one, but
carry out the doctrine to its legiti
mate results, and you make Gon.
Grant President for life, and at his
death , elect hi private secretary,
whom years of wrrLce have made fa
miliar with all the official duties of
Chief Magistrate, to' the vacancy.
What aTTunibugT la it a guirantee
of a man'a honesty that be passed a
creditable examination f You must
take that on trut, and when the con-
trary proven, he i , kicked
Why flot test bis other qualifications 1
in the same way ? No b of rules,
no prescribed form of erauiination J
will prove a man's capacity Tor dis
charging ordinary Lusiness avoca
tions, and if men are to be perpetual
ly retained, because tiny Lave by
nractiee acouired a certain amount of
knowledge suitable for the position,
yon build up a privileged class of
office holders, men reared to office
and entitled to it, ltecause so reared.
The Harrisburg correspondent of
the Beaver Radical speaking of the
rcyganization of the Senate at the
coming session, 6ays :
"To displace Col. McClire, (from
"the committees on Finance and Con
stitutional Reforms) would be an at-
"tempt to degrade him, and would oe
"resented by some Republican oena
"tors. and the sneaker cannet afford
"to do it His ability entitles him to
"all that he or bis friends claim, and
"it will not be safe to try to ignore
"him, no matter wh. t a few Republi
cans may demand. Republican
"Senators, who stand high in the par
"ty and with the politicians, will re
"sent anv indignity to Col. McCli re,
"and if it is known that it is intima
ted or has been proposed, there will
"be a trouble at the organization that
"is not now anticipated."
Here is richness J The Republican
party of Pennsylvania must cringe to
McClcre, ch 1 It is not safe for the
coming speaker to ignore him. Re
publican Senators of high standing
will resent it W-h-c-w ! Now let
us see if McCLrRE and his allies are
going to bully the next cenate. It
appears to be conceded that Senator
Anperson of Pittsburgh who was
defeated last vcar by McClires
vote is to be Speaker, a position for
which he is not fit. if he docs not
think it "safe" to ignore this political
bravo. Let us see the "Republican
Senators who stand high in the par
ty" show their hands in resenting a
political indignity to this swash-buck
ler. Let us know who these politi
cal nosegays are. That McClvbe
has ability is undeniable, but why is
he entitled to any more consideration
at the hands of a Republican Senate,
than is Bitkalew, or Wallace, or
auy other Democratic politician, with
brains!, Nay, why as much? lie
procured his election if elected he
was by false pretenses. He an
nounced through the public priuts,
and on the stump wheu a candi
date that if elected he would not an
tagonize the re-election of General
Grant, and he deliberately falsified
that pledge.aad led the President's bit
terest maligners throughout the can
vass. He defiantly placed himself
outside the fold of the Republican or
ganization, and there let him remain.
' Degrade him," indeed! How pat
that word has become in the mouths
of demagogues, since Charles Si m-
neb was removed iroin the chair
manship of the Senate Committee on
Foreign affairs. If there be degra
dation attached to the name of Mc
Cli'RE, it is self inflicted. We insist
that he is entitled to just as much con
sideration, just as much respect, as is
any other inplacable foe of our organ
ization, nothing more, ncthing less,
and w want to bc m fair show of
hands on this subject. Let Senator
Anderson cower before this threat if
he will ; let the virtuous Senators of
high standing espouse the cause of
this renegade if they please, as for us
we are one of the 'few politicians",
who- demand that this man be treated
as an unscrupulous foe of our organi
zation, with no claims for position,
that a Republican is bound to respect ;
A Bold 4pratlaa.
On Thursday night 'the jewelry
store of Messrs. Richardson A Co.,
at the cotner of Fifth avenue and
Market street, was entered by a party
of bold burglars who carried on jew
elry and plate to about the amount
off two thousand dollars. When the
store was opened yesterday mornjng
the confusion of the show -cases and
jewelry showed something wrong,
and upon investigation being made
it -was discovered that the thieves
had entered a cellar door and cut a
hole through the floor behind the long
counter, so that they could not be
seen from the Ktrect Upon getting
inside the burglars proceeded to help
themselves. A quantity : of gold
scraps, which is used in reparing, Ac,
was taken. One of the show cases
was opened and a few articles taken
out, but the operator confined them
selvs principally to the rear of the
store, and liebind the counter Among
the articles taken were thirteen dozen
silver napkin rings, six or eight silver
card cascsv about the same number of
children's sets, in silver, several dozen
wlver fruit knives, two elegant pearl
opera glasses, just received the pre
vious evening, four gold watches, a
large number of silver match boxes,
and a large number of Amcricau
watch movements without eases.
The goods taken amounted to about
two thousand dollars, though if the
thieves bad-wirrreoVd in their at
tempts to break into the safe they
would doubtless have made a much
larger haul. So far there is not the
slightest clue to the bold operators.
The policeman who is regularly on
that beat was off duty on that night,
his place being occupied by a substi
tute. It is thought probably that the
robbery was cominited by a party of
those cracksmen who arc continually
floating around from one city to an
other, with an eye a!waysepen for
New York, December 19 Three
million dollars worth of stock of the
New York, New Foundland and Lon
don telegraph company has been sold
to Mr. Cyrus W. Field, and $2,700,
000 paid to-day. Mr. Field bonght
out Moses Taylor, Marshall O. Rob
ert, Peter Cooper, Wilson G. ' Hunt
and other stockholders. English cap
italists have acted with Mr. Field in
the purchase. They offered to the
New YorltNew Foundland and Lon
don telegraph company one per ccnte
for the privilege of calling the amount
of stock which they held at ninety,
within a limited time". The sharehold
ers were requested to call to-day and :
receive the balance dae on their stock.
It is said tho office will : be removed
to London. An immense profit hns
been made upon this stock, not less
than forty per cent, besides a large
yearly interest ',. '
Iowa has a school fund of over
$3,000,000, which yields an annual
income of $25,000.
OIK WASIIINUTON LETTEB.
Washington, Dec. 19, 1
The House has failed to pass the '
appropriation to pay for the improve-
ments made by the District Hoard oi
Pnblic Works in front of the national
property. Final action has not been
taken, and will not be, in time to se
cure action in tho Senate prior to the
holiday recess. This is- a sul ject of
regret, as'lhc money due from the
United States for work done for the
enhancement of the value of its pro
perty is needed to pay contractors
who owe the money, or a large part
of it to workinir men whose merry
Christmas will be turned into bitter
ness, and the actual need of personal
comforts. Much of the opposition and
consequent delay have been caused
by the quibbling of the opposition
and the failure of the Republicans to
inform themselves on the subject of
the justice and equity of the claim,
Mr. rarnswortb, who, since bis defeat
before the people, snarls and snaps at
evrvthinir. Ehowed his littleness of
soul in an argument to show that, be
cause some of his constituents (wno
are now somebody's else) sold corn
cheap, therefore the national govern
mcnt should repudiate a just debt due
for work and labor necessarily per
formed. It came out in the discus
sion, that be and others in tho opposl
tion had voted anjappropriation to
buy property for the extension of the
capuoi (grounus, which imoieuj,u
extension of the principle on which
the House was asked to make this ap
propriation. Mr. Dawes -is, in some
respects, an excellent leader of the
House, but he certainly lacks sonic of
the elements of success in pushing the
rubbish of captious opposition prompt
ly out of the way. It is to be noped
that Congress will do justice to the
District in this regard soon after the
members enjoy their Christmas holi
protection to emigrants.
Yesterday was set apart for the
consideration of tho Immigration bill
in charge of Mr. Conger, but that
gentleman, in order to allow the Dis
trict of Columbia bill to receive
prompt action, consented to a post
ponement until the 8th of January
next at 2 o'clock, p. M. This is
most important measure, and ought
to be considered and passed without
unnecessary delay. 1 be growing in
flux of foreigners, which will soon
reach half a million jier annum, makes
it incumbent on the country to pro
tect emigrants who come to our shores
from the impositions practiced on them
on the passage and in our ports.
The Secretary of the Treasury has
just issued an order plainly ignoring
all right of an agent who hies a pow
rA itnrnnr for the collection ot a
claim before' Tiis department, to de
mand its protection in the collection
of his fees. Heretofore, the regula
tions required the sending of drafts
and warrants to the care of the tntor-
ney who had filed a duly executed
power, so that he could denund his
fees on delivery thereof to the claim
ants in whose favor the draft or war
rant was drawn. The law makes
claims before the department unas
signable, but the advisors of tho Sec
retary have doubtless caused bim to
exceed his authority in thus treating
a lawful compact between client and
counsel with entire indifference.
Nearly all government claims are col
lected on contingent fees, and therein
is constituted the right of the attor
ney in fact to le protected against the
selfishness and greed of clients, who
generally live at a distance. The right
of a principal to revoke a power of at
torney after interest is acquired by
rendering professional services, can
not be lawfully or justly recognized
by a department; and if the order is
not revoked, the attorney win be
cheated out of half his fees. The
Department is a quart court of equity.
and, as such, is bound to protect at
torneys practicing liefore it
Senator F. P. Blair is not yet in his
seat, but is confined to his home with
paralysis. He is said to be convales
cent, "but still requires the use o
Senator Boreman, of West Virginia
has not, thus far, attended the present
session of the Senate. The reason
assigned is a good one, being no less
than having a case of small-pox in his
family. By an order just issued, on
and after Saturday next, the Treasury
Department will pay, without rebate,
interest for United States loans, due
January 1st, 1873.
It is proposed to erect the Patent
Office into a separate Department, and
to detach the bpsiness from the Inte
rior Department A bill will soon be
reported in the House to that effect
Dart as; AttrtBptatHlft-fcwa stoaaery.
Pittsbi ro. Dec. 19. Mr. Melchoir
Vcrner, a cattle broker, on Monday
had made large sales in the Allegheny
drove-yards, and at night, in company
with another cattle kroker, started in
a buggy for his home, at White Hall,
six miles from here.
When about one half the distance,
two men; armed with pistols and
clubs, jumped from a hiding-place,
and each presented a pistol to the
heads of Mr. Verner and his friend.
A struggle ensued, when one of the
ruffians fired his pistol at Mr. Verner,
but missed him. ' ' ' " -
They then began using their clulw.
and inflicted severe injuries on Mr.
Verner and his friend. They vbnui
ed as loud as they were able, and.
fortunately were heard by some par
tics in a tavern, on they road, about
two hundred yards distant ' They
rushed out, wheu tho robbers fled.'
They were traced by their fit
prints in the snow for a considerable
distance, bnt nearing thefity-the
tracks were losf One of the robbers
dropped a fancy ;fur glove and this
may possibly lead to their detection.
Awfal rale afa Waataa
Thc'Bethlehem Tim-' of the ith
instant savs: This morning' Mrs.
James Gunning, of Bingen, on the
line of the North Pennsylvania ' rail
road, while standing on ohc of the
ore-breakers at Ball's iron mine, near
Bingen, was struck' by a car and
thrown down the shaft to the depth
of about twenty feet, into one of the
ore-washers. These washers are large
revolving cyliuders, with projecting
spikes, driven by steam. The ore is
thrown in and separated from the
earth by the spikes, and washed by a
continual flow of water. The un
fortunate woman wascanrht by these
projecting spikes,- and1 made two rev
olutions with ; the wheel before the
washer could le 'stopjxd. Tbo result
may be well imagined, She- was
literally torn to piece. Th-mon
were awe-stricken at the spectacle,
and scarcely knew whither to turn.
i The woman's husband was an un
willing spectator of the truly heart
rending catastrophe, and was well
: - - . i .. . . !
... j . ,(CME.USOTE8. WTABBEDTOPEATII. ' FaalOIITFl L OCCCBami.. AV Ad-Vrti.nU tL?-Z---
j There are five hundred female post
t masters ia the United States.
A StTanton man'who persisted in
smoking in bed, now roosts calmly on
liis nogpen, wnicn .-w.-aj.- .... o.
Indiana farmers band together and
run aaur kraut factories on the same
principle that cheese factories arc con
ducted. - Young ladies who are learning "to
skate arc 'putting more stuffing in
their waterfalls and making other
preparations for falling down on the
Recently there came through the
Savannah city post-office a registered
letter from some foreign country, con
taining $20,000 worth of diinond.
The gentleman to whom the letter
was addressed voluntarily took it to
the custom-house and paid the legal
duties upon it. Some people call
this insanity. Good men call it fhe
highest evidence of integrity.
"Gentlemen, where do you think
that beefsteak comes from ?" said the
landlord, planting his thumbs in his
waistcoat armholcs. ' k rom near the
horns," was the quiet reply of one of
the boarders. It is singular, but that
landlord has not put any conundrums
to those boarders since.
The Old South Church, Boston, has
been leased to the United States gov
ernment for a term of two years, for
use as a postofice. 1 be government
pays $23,000 per annum.
A Republican politician at White
water, is., wrote two letters after
electron. One was to his sou con
taining the single word "Hurrah !"
the other full of consolation to a
weeping friend, who had just
lost his wife. In his excite
ment he got them mixed in directing,
and the result can be imagined.
The New Hampshire Presidential
Electors were astonished to find that
not one of their number was a user of
liquor or tobacco in any form, or ever
bad been during their lives. - hx-
Governor Hale, the oldest member of
the Board, had never in his life even
paid for a glass of liquor for any one
Some idea of the extent of the
shooting business in this country can
be gained from the fact -that New
England manufactures 200,000 me
tallic cartridges daily. Of this
amount Springfield makes fully one-
It is fun to go to school in-Min-
nesota ; in the town- of Alden both
teachers and scholars were shut all
night in the school-house by one of
the snow storms that dance around
in that region. ,
The reports of about twentv lines
of railreads centering in New York'
show a revenue for the past eleven
months of f 13.1,000,000, comparing
with? aboot $120,000,000 over the
same lines for the same period in 1871.
Mr. George Frederick .Rose, a gen
tleman of ample fortune, died lately
in London, lie had shut himself up
iu his room for years, and neither left
it or allowed any one to enter, and
absolutely perished from want of
food and soap and water.
The new shops of the Pennsylvania
Central railroad company, to Ik built
bet ween the Hackensack and Passaic
rivers, near Jersey city, will be when
completed the largest structures of
the kind in the world. Some idea of
their immense size may be obtained
from the statement that one of the
foundation walls is a mile in length;
The Pennsylvania railroad torn-
pany rurnisbeB each oi its engineers
a silver watch (ohronomctcr balance)
worth about eighty dollars wholesale.
The company also sees that the
watches are properly regulated and
repaired, when necessary. When the
engineers relinquish their positions
the timepieces are returned.
There is now nearly completed at
South Bethlehem, Pa., the largest
rolling-mill known in tho civilized
world : the main mill being 936 feet
long and 111 feet wide, the wings
forming a cross 334 feet long, the
whole, being built in the roost solid
manner of stone, iron and slate. The
boilers are outside the main works,
the stacks being built of the best
solid iron, riveted. They are four
teen feet in diameter at the base, and
about 130 feet high. .
The Pacific Railroad thinks it can
defy the snows this winter, even if
they are as severe as those of last.
Over the mountains it has raised its
track for one hundred miles from one
to seven feet, so that the winds will
keep it clear; snow-sheds over the
track have been built for an aggre
gate distance of fifteen miles; the
snow-fences have been extended to
eighty miles, and their monster snow
plows of n weight of thirty-five tons
are building to open the blockades
that may, in spite of all the rest, come
from long and severe storms.
A letter from Pallas, Texas, to the
Houston Agrx says that twelve "In
dian" cattle thieves, were lately
caught in one of the western counties
and hung to a limb of. a tree, be
cause there was no "limb of tho law"
to plead for them... Before hanging
them their faces were scrubbed," and
eleven of the twelve did not pan out
as Indians tbey ibeing unprotected
orphans, from Kansas mostly. '.' '',
A boy about fifteen years old was
put in the Tombs of New York, re
cently for drunkenness. He protes
ted to the keeper that he had not been
drinking, bat that he was born drunk
Mis speech and staggering indicated
intoxication, but it appeared on ex
amination that this is his normal con
dition. His father was a confirmed
inebriate, and, since x he was three
years old, the . boy , has manifested
these symptoms. , , . .-....
Cars Car Fatal.
The Iowa papers recommend peo
plo to use their corn for fuel. The
Council Bluffs 'Nonpareil, says: We
are gl'd to see. that many of our citi
zens are taking advantage of the low
price of corn to lay in heavy supplies
of it for fuel. .We have experiment
ed with it the last week, and find
that it is an admirable Substitute for
both wood and coal, and that at pres
ent prices there is both economy and
comfort in its use. A ton of corn,
33 bushelsat 17 cents per bushel, is
$5.60. We consider this equal to a
cord of hard wood, as 'supplied and
measured in our market, at $7, the
cutting of this cord, $1.50 ; total. $3.
50. : Thus making a saving of nearly
three-dollars a cord. For kitchen
fuel it is superior to wood, except
bickory, and cheaper 1 than that It
makes a very hot fire with a. great
deal of blaze. . We judge that three
tons of corn are equal to the . heat . of
one ton of bard coal, while ia econo
my of its nse it in equal to one and a
half ton. of coaL Iu small families
and email bouses then is always
great waste of hard coal, while there
is none in the use of corn. ..
Terrible Affray BelweeaTwo Lattery
.New iork, leeeiiiier u. trie
murder of Nicholas W. Duryea by
John E. Simmons last night was the
cause of great excitement thi morn
ing in the neighborhood where tho
trasredy. occurred, i Duryea'a wife
called at the police headquarters this
forenoon and cave orders for. the re
moval of her husband's bodv to the
undertakers, where a post mortem ex
animation will lie held. There are
few new facts to aseertaia in regard
to the murder. A further examina
tion of Simmons' left leg shows the
fructure to bo a bud one. He will
scarcely be able-to leave the hospital
in less than a month, bimmons was
the bead of the policy business in
this city and Duryea held a similar
relation to tho fraternity in Brooklyn.
Tbo immediate cause of the dispute
is reported to be the failure of Duryea
to pay $10,000 which he borrowed!
from Simmons some time ago. The
quarrel was further intensified by his
endeavors to supplant the latter in
business. ' It is considered that any
oue of the wounds on the body was
sufficient to cause death. It is un
derstood that Simmons will claim
that he did the killing in self defense.
An autopsy was inado this afternoon
on the body of William W. Duryea,
the victim, by Drs. Wooster, Beach,
Vandwater, and T. C. Knox. The
external examination revealed four
teen stab wounds and cuts and a frac
ture of the right leg. The injuries
are all on the left side except two
cuts in the neck. There are two
slight cuts on the face, one near the
left eye and the other about two
inches lielow it on the cheek. They
were evidently done with the point of
the blade. There is a deep cut be
hind the left ear and a similar 'one
just below the car. These are about
two inches in length. There are two
slight wounds in the neck close to
"Adam's apple," and one in the left
side behind the angular jaw about an
inch in length. There arc two rough
cuts on the hack part of the left arm,
two cuts on the right hand and a
wound over the left hip. The right
leg is fractured a short distance above
the ankle. There were only two seri
ous wounds tho one behind the ear
and the one bolow the lower part of
the ear, which divided the carotid
On opening the bodyjjthe organs
were found in a healthy condition,
the stomach containing about aqnart
of fluid, mostly blood, which must
have been swallowed. The wound
over tho le ft hip extended downward
and the knife had penetrated the ; 1l nrccows at an arerajroof twentr
Blulominal cavity. ' On oneninjr the i five dollars rnch. Mr. Greeley 'a
head the brain was found to be in a
normal condition, and it was discor-;
ered that the occipital bono had been
rK-netrated, m that the blow behind
t he fnr immt. he heen eiren w th
inimentm force. Thin would
caused death after a short time.
the lnmiediatc cause of aenth was
hemorrhage from the severing of the
The deceased was" a man of small
stature and slight frame, his height not
being more than five feet seven .or
eight inches, and he did not weigh
probably over 140 younds. There
was not the slightest muscular de
volopment IT is age was about
thirty-eight years, and was born on
Long Island. Considerable money
and bonds were found on his person
but no .weapons.
The Late Rtertu la Englaad.
London, December 20. The late
heavy storms have swollen the
streams throughout England to a
great height and several of them have
overflowed. Windsor and Eaton arc
flooded. The river Trent and its
affluents, the Soar and Derwen;, have
risen above their banks, submerging
a large portion of the country iu
Derby and Nottingham. In some
sections of those counties only the
tops of the trees and hedges are visi
ble. Heavy land slips have occurred
near Dover, and the railway commu
nication with that town is interrupted.
Th town of reter-borough, in
Northampton county, is flooded, and
many residents are compelled to
take refuge from the water in the
upper stories of their dwellings. A dis
patch from Liverpool says four hun
dred and forty-nine persons, including
passengers and sailors, have perished
by marine disasters during the past
ten days. Thirty persons were lost
by the sinking of the ship Matchless
ofT the coast of Northumberland
LOSS OF BRIDGES.
. Paris, December 20. It is proba
ble that some of the bridges crossing
the' river Seine in this city will be
swept awa' by the fixds.
. ' HKAVV STORM.
' Naplks, December 20. A gale of
unprecedented violence swept over
Naples yesterday. Much damage
was done to property in the city and
the shipping in the bay.
Preraleae af the Horae Dlaeaae
aTnwarth aad Vlelally.
Lea vkn worth, December 18.
The epizootie prevails to a great ex
tent. In eighteen livery utables some
five hundred animals are sick and
over half the private horses of the
city arc affected. The street cars are
withdrawn from the Fort' Leaven
worth road and oxen haul the cars to
the Fifth avenue fine. Mules work
ing seven Lnndred feet under ground
are also affected. The disease also
prevails to a great extent among the
government horses and mules at Fort
A Rami- IfauatnJa.
! Chillioothe, Ohio, December 18. !
A burning mountain in : Paxton
township is the sensation atopic here
now.' The firo is supposed -to have
originated about the first rf October
last, and to have caught from parties
burning brush. The fire ta in the in
terior of the hill, which is thought to
bo filled with coal; petroleum and
other inflammable substances.
farrlrMa la Barynaa, ohla.
Cincinnati, December 10. -A f7ar
f.efpceTal says: In Bucyrus Ohio,
to-day Charles Cramer, a boy twenty
years old, was lodged injail for shoot
ing his father, John Cramer, an old
and respectable citizen. The deed
was done in a quarrel. A revolver
was osed. The ball entered the nose
and passed toward the- brain. The
wound is supposed fata?. '. '' v ;
A Wanaaa Beatea Death la a Bta-tlaa-haaae.
ffi-!. -., : .; (
Pmr.ADKi.pniA, December 19.
Johanna C. Connors, acred 65, was
beaten to death to-dav in the police
station-house, Bedford street, by Sally
Buck. .Thev were both ' drunk.
had been taken in as prisoners.'
-ictifn had jast ben libemed fropii
A l abarer laterally ;roud to Oral.
on, of the most frightful and a paii -
ing occurences ever wilm-hsid
Newark took place yesterday niorii
eight o clock, in the new
reservoir in course of construction in
the old quarry at the head of .Mill
s.treet, near tho Soldiers home. For
several days past a force vi men
have been endeavoring t remove
monster roi k about as large a rail
road freight car, and which was em
bedded in the embankment, with
standing all efforts to dislodge it, de
cliuing to budge even for blasting
powder. Seated on the top of it yes
terday Morning taking his "drass" at
tho drill,' was Patrick Nolan, a fine
light hearted young fellow of twenty
one. , suddenly as if of its own ac
cord, the trrcat boulder ro ed out
with poor Nolan clinging to the drill
ing iron on top. In an instant al
most the unfortunate youth wan lost
from sight, and the stone had stopped
rolling. 'Great God !" cried a work
man, "poor Patsey is underneath !"
The men had been standing transfix
as it were, with terror at the sudden
and awful fate of their companion.
The exclamation of the workman
aroused them, and they rushed in
vain to "poor Patsey's assistance.
He was not only out of their sight,
but beyond the help of the whole
world. It was not until they had
split the rock iu two and then em
ployed a team of oxen to move the
halves that the horribly mutilated re
mains of tho dead man were recov
ered. They were taken to the
morgue. No more work was done
yesterday by the survivors. A sec
ond man had his foot badly crushed.
Aartloa Rale at Chaaaaaaa.
The auction sale at Chaimanua
Saturday of live stock, agricultural
implements and household furniture.
brought low prices and an agarreirate
of less than one thousand dollars.
The. famous old cow, twenty-four
years old, was sold for seven and a
half dollars. An immense subsoil
plow, too heavy for four yoke of oxen,
was knocked down for sixty cents.
Other patent plows, presented to Mr.
(Jreeley by inventors, were sold at
prices ranging from forty to sixty
eonta each. Mr. Greeley's favorite
old aorrcl mare brought twenty-seven
dollars. Miss -dn Greeley's black
ponies were bid in by her representa
tive for one hundred and sixty dollars.
An Alderncy bull, valued at six hund
red dollars, was sold for thirty dol
lars, two yoke of oxen for sixty-two
and mnetv-two dollars respectively.
daughters will rent the farm on
shares next year.
j . Tin result of tho Trcsidt ntial elec-
-"' "U"uuceu ov uic r.ieciorai
tion as announced by the
couege ispiren neiow. The Ucath
'or .nr. ureeiev nas causea the clec-
toral vote to le strangely mixed :
For U. S. Grant . - -For
For B. Gratz Brown -'
For Thomas A. Heudricks
For Chas. Jenkins, Ga.
For David Davis
For Henry Wilson
For B. Gratz Brown
For A. H. Colquit, Ga.
For N. P. Banks
For- Geo. W. Julian
For John M. Palmer
For Win. S. Groesbcck
UllWa. far Aaaaia Hta Wife.
Upper Sandusky, O., Dec. 18.
Bruce Husscp, a hard-working far
mer, of Lymochtc township, this
county, returned home on Monday
evening under the influence of liquor,
and being displeased with some do
mestic matters, he began to abuse hi?
family, whereupon his wife and four
children left him and went to the
house of John Gibson, Mrs. Hussey's
brother. Mr. II ussey followed and
entered the house; a quarrel ensued,
and Gibson took his rifle and shot
Husscy through the head, killing bim
instantly.' Gibson has Wen arrested.
Twrrlfle Kfaraa la Eng-laad.
' London, Doc. 18.
Rain has been falling for the last
twenty-four hours and the storm is
the most severe of the season. Large
tracts of land in Leicestershire arc in
undated. In Derbyshire snow has
fallen to the depth of twelve inches.
The telegraph lines in all directions
badly damaged and telegraphic com
munication with Liverpool, Leeds
and Hull is interrupted. At Grimsby
the gale was a hurricane ami many
disasters are reported. The ship
Laconia, from Philadelphia to Rotter
dam, went ashore in the storm and
became a total wreck. All on board,
except one were saved.
Paris, December lf. The Seine
has overflowed in this city. The
quays are flooded, the stores near
them closed, and all traffic. in that
quarter is carried n by boats beyond
berey suburb, on the rirht bauk of
the Seine. The houses in the viciuitv
of the river arc standing io one vat
lake of water. , .
New ' AdwrlieneHt.
PLANING MILL !
aII I LLI 111 at Co.,
Ar- oow prepared to ife all khala of planing b4
SASH AND DOOKS,
IllBaltiT anil ' TJqDr" RaBiBs.; '
BK AC K ET8, &o
Or anything aaed In building. We axa alao p ra
pe, red to aaw
And any thing ia that Una of boajnena.
All kind of work done to- order. .
Ordora iromitlly filled,
- . 1 -. ZLPALLaPHHJLIFr'I,
UaaKlanaa, Suawrast e, Pa., Jnly jt, W7i
AKEHTI WAXTEIk PAM
Prof. FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
O MAXHOOIK WnvntHfmn ...i ih-i.
Metaal InUr.reaativn: Lore. ttaLaaa.IVwer.a0.
: u Wante.l f.r Cabal
1 Child's Commentator
.ih.llllll.r forthe 1IO.WF. CIRCI.r.
- iisxi t,,n. vm Fmsm'mvi. Ttietc(mi nrte
of 111 trr.ir Wir Kru.. .ri rj umii; .
N'otlitnu like II wm miMMimI. tor -irrumra
rtreim 11. Si. iHi.ri'.Kiai:.,3i Para. i. I.
VCJ EN'tS W AXTi:n. We enrnlre empl"y
nirul lur all. riihi-r t 4 'I"- uuu
m wurk l y Mr. If. H. Sum
Kluthrra. Siirb Jri'inimrt nlren"T- Mua.
Write ami PariK-ulara In. WOKTillNtl-
TO.N. Pl'STIN ., llrlf..r I, :.
K f TiI.'Oll I' d1 AKn7a wnntcl ! All
O U thm of working pI'le. of
either x. jruungr or el. I, make wrv mi.ncjr al work
fr Uf in tlirir riirt moment orall the time than
at anything elw I'artkuUn tree. Aililreaa CI.
ST1NSUN' A C:0., PuriUatl, Maiue.
AC (I IDEM L
laturc In the TKAYELEBS of Mar.ronl, It
Kt SSIAN MIS-
W'holod.ile to I he tmle. Sinstleeana
fnt. pnntpoM. on riHTtpt of l.
W.HERMAN T. FKl'EAUrF, Ri-a-llaift Pa.
n(OK KEEPING m.vle eary. Ererr clerk ami
r.jfrrhant ran loam at i.n. Ik mallei,
Sue. H. OOL LDlNli IlKVAAiT, Buffalo, K. Y.
BOORS, SASHES, BLIfflS, k.
St-n'l for Illustrated C'atiiloyue to
BKAPLEY A CI' E HI EH. M & M Dcjr St., N. Y.
,1 GREAT EVEOT:
We hare dccMcJ tuilUtxMc of onr Immenne itork
(if IlilliaM T (! at ni -rn a little mirr nmt.S
rirsi-CMMiaxiw . lame, complete, atnj on nil
hand tallica made orrr new. ."ia. IC.'O, Ac. A
Krrat rsrk'ty to aim .ail l.uyern. fv oa fur ;atw
KAVAXAUII 4k DECKER,
Car. Canal and Outer Nt.. X. T.
I unsnrpftfwd aa a Promoter of the Growth of the
Hair and WbUk'T. It 1 neither aticky nor
rrrafy, yet It nfU-na and rinoothe the Hulr far
belter and more permanently than any Oil or Po
made. I'il a a Hair In-wiii(f. it produ.-es the
moft beautiful and liutruuxl. Warrant'! per
hVily ha nn lea. In exquisite p-rfume le quite un
riTnled. belnor lllllll from the world-rcn'iwnrd
Koeea of 'ahincre. Larsre bottle, enly AO cent.
Addrea AM.' HEN tlACif A II ILL Eh, 40U N. 31
St., Philadelphia. Pa.
The Weekly Sun.
ONLY 81 A YEAR 8 PAGES.
The beat Family Paper.
Tna beat Acrlraltaral Paper.
The beat Polltlral Paper.
The beat Ktorj Paper.
The heat Faahlan Report.
The beat at tie Market Beparto.
The beat Geaeral Jlarket Reparta.
The heat Paper Bvery Way.
THE WEEKLY NEW YORK fc't'N.
Eliii pae. M column. 1 a Tear, cr lef than 2
cent a numlier. aVnd war 'h flir.
Addrea TH E S L'N. New York City.
i. D. LIVKKXKi.
jEI.M Ax LIVEXtJOOD,
SAUSIil'Itr KLKUCK. I O.
Son ebb wt CorxTT, I'rsVa.
Draft bought ami oM, auJ ailrectionf m;i.le on
all parts of theeimn'ry.
lmerert alltiwed vn iims denovlt.
Sp-.-cial armnirmeut with Oiurdinn and ot ter
who hold rnnne in trim. Jan IT 7"i
For the affeetnal enra of Ehenma
iam. Gont. Nrnralsia. ITieDia. and
aa a Blood Purifier, it baa no equal; for
all dieeaeee ariaing from an impure atate
ox mo oiooa. ite kbzcmatio cov
rocxo reaibe the source of all
trouble, and effectually baniebea the
diaeaaa from tba rysiem by it im.
mediate action on the blood.
ASK YOUR CRUGGiST FOR IT
R. C. Sellers A Co.
The nnparalelled meer r.f the "Vletur Sewing
Machine,1' Kat ami We:, open a in! oprtu
nlty tor Sowing Machine amenta ami re.nUle
men to lake the aifeney fur thi eoniit v.
Fiir elrculara, sample of w.k and lrrm.addn-ta
J. L. FERGUSON
NO. 1227 CHESTNUT ST.,
IV oh. 13 and S.
RTMTT.TA EIMILDJUS CTJRABTTIR.
HAVK POOVED, FROM TUB MOST AMPLE
experience .an entire rnceas: Simple Prompt
Kmcicnt and lieliabl 3. They are the only Medi
cine perfectly adapted to popular ae o aimple
that mi take can not be made in niog them : ao
harmleaa aa to be free from danger, and o efficient
as to be alway reliable. They havo rained the hiKh
eat eonimendatioa frorj all, and will alway ren
J. Cnrr Cent.
r.rin. Cnnreetton. foflrataattona.
tVonua, Worm Fever. Worm Colic. 15
Crying-Colic or Teething of Infanta. 95
" DtarrtMra, of Children or Adult.... 15
" Iyaeatcrr Griping, Biliou Colic. 15
" t aoWra-IWui nana. Vomiting 16
u Coagha, Cold, Bronchiti. 16
" Nearalcta, Toothache, Faceache. . . 35
" Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo 15
" OjraiMpata, itillona Stomach 15
. " BaBpreaaeel, or Painful Period.... 15
W hi tea, too Profane Period 45
" Cranp, Coagh, DifEcult Breathing.. . 25
" Salt Rhcam, Eryaipela. Eruption 16
" Hheaaaatlaaa, Rheanutie Pain... 15
" Keveraad Agae.Chill r'everAguea GO
Pile, blind or bleeding. 50
Ophthalmy, and Sore or Weak Kre 60
Catarrh, acute or chronic, InnaeaEa. 60
WhoopinK-Caaah .violent coagh 60
Aathnia, oppreated Breathing GO
KarlHaeharjree, Impaired hearing. 60
Serafnlm, enlanred eland. Swelling 60
" Iropy and acanty Secretion 60
aea-Hickacaa, aicknea irom riding 50
KldneyUtaeaee. Grarel. SO
" Mtrraa Debility, Seaflatal
Knlaalona, involuntary JU La
th rtre 1 00
!- 51 v Boxes, wfth one tl rla! of
Powder, vary neceeaarjln leriou
ce ......................5 09
flare Mowth, Canker. 60
I HaaryWeahae, wetting bed. SO
- Palatal Period, with Rpaasa ... 60
HalTeriaa; at change of life 1 00
" KptUpaypaatn. BcVita' Ince..l 00
- LMpli4Aei ulcerated ore throaL. 80
FA MILT CASES
Of 35 lange wlal. containing a marine
Jbr every ordinary dleeaa a hually b rab
: Icel tn. with book of direction A 10
Of XO vlala, with book, Morocco Ca .
TtfOarlal. with book. Morocco CV.....
Veterinary Bpeettte ffluld), tor core or
0e3ea oi an uameetia Aali
Complete Case, with lara; Maaaal.
Lara; Roaewoed Case af AO Ttalst
containing all our Specific, including Vet
erinary and other not enumerated above..
Care Burns, Braise. Lameness. 81
ntH, More Throat, Hprmln, Toothaehs,
Karaehet Reenralala, Hheamatlsna,
Lintaro, Piles, Boils, Stlajrs, Bare
Eye. Bleedlnar of the Laaii, Hose,
Ntoaiaca, ar ar flies 1 voras, vasera
Price, O ox., SrO eta.i Plata, ft, -aaarts,
$!.. , 1 , " J '
tW Thee'Henedie. except POTTO'S EX
TRACT, sad sinote vials of Veterinary Medkine.
r sect by the case or single boa. to an part oi
the countrjr, free of chargr, on rcctiptof the price.
Humphreys' Speciflo -', i
Homeopathic Medicine Co.
Ofllce and Depot, No. IO Bboabwat. Hbw Yobs.
... Far Sale by all Dragglste.
r sale Ijf E.U.filJl,S.iitrrt,i.
True Time for $1.
Magnetic Time-Keeper. Compass and In Unit. .r.
A pcrreet OKM for the pnrket uf rn-ry tr.m-ler,
tr.bler, Iniy, farmer, and h.r KVF.KYHOl'Y dealr
Ing a reliatle tlmc-kei-prr, an l ala a rupcriur eom-
.- C'eal wateh iae, steel wtirka, glaMerva-
LU.all hjanet CiUOlnKcaee. WAIiKANTi.il
todeaotaeurruetUmeandt'i katrpln orie-4f fair
ly naed rur twa year. Nuthlns liko U. Till
pcricet triumph of morhanl-iin will le a-nt iu a
n it can-. l.r.'U.il to any aildnss for onlr i: 3 for
W. Cln uliir a nt free. Trv e.ie. Or lcr from
themanura, VKUKO.NT NUVLLTY WOKKS,
nruttiebvrov t. - r- -r- -- rtixls.
City Cun Works.
Jus: i t.1 rjo.i mi l rjo)en.d with a now and supe
rior wk of H NS. Call r a mi H.r a price list
SineK' Shot (lens, sa tn anti- fa.ni.1. u..i ci....
(ion. to 7i. Ureeolv Lu-kn oa to air.' kl.
- - T- uuvutvers, fo 10 jk. Artrlrr,
K- IJberty fjtti J'Jrtj'.itinrh, ?.
tt II f 'III ' -rt
mm " riieiTv'ina'u: aiifi i iorSw-n- llim.i
M flT107h--k hi lii. - inuuiT rw,
u nvTS ( i!'illan r-r m 'oHi
aril the Imurorrd .Vnrrlmn Kamilr knit:l' M
rl.lne. Tue rlinf !- sir! Iert In Ih: w ;i l i. A r
dre w American krl 'in Mai-him:0.,.'li-'' 'J ;
lat(ta airerC, .IliM.
" LOOK t FREE TO ALL!
I'A pf wnck tt A(?nia. male or female. T" all
W!io will write for n uxwy we will -n-f a crpy
of that -Won-lor i tt'on-irra," the I CM STlt.V
TED 1IOKN ' PLENTY. It contain o.-r hl
ty neautllul llhu. r-Ulonj. and will lie acnt frra to
all who may wnui. Adtln-a L Oaride. Patter
eon, N. J.
cannot do hi itcr than accare
an u'-m y fur T. S. Arthur
Thrao Ycxz ia a l&m-Trap,
a companion to the faiuoiu. .
TEN NIOHTS IN A PAK HOC
Nearly 30.000 ooplr hare been .M: and It pip-
qlarltyiaattUonthe in Tease. One inio a-ni
ha .ld onward of 1.000 cold-. S--urt tcrnuiry
at once. J. M. bXOUUAUT A CO., PuMlnht-ra,
AaiBirallrlaar. M p:pl, the miiMle-aircd,
tlx who are jus, end-ntu llic. and yootli of ioth
a-ca buy and read with the irrt-atc' pmtlt.
MY JOLLY FRIEND'S SECRET,
MO LEWIS' lant anl bra, book. It I moetlnu
with the rreatet ra ; and theru MO., Ell ki
It. Send for onr circular, e'c.. whl'-h are Rent
free. OB). MA' LEAN, Phila.
AGENTS WANTED FOK THE
In the East.
The moot eompreh'-mdre and valniMe rellicloaa
work erer puhijshc ': lo. h-r our new lliu'irated
Fuully liilde, roniainintf nearly !m Sue aeriuture
lllumrniiiin. and h.-. Smith' complete De-tionary
of tho lliiile. fWni: Tor pro-ctu an I ciri-ular,
and we will show vtt wli:it et;eut iy nf thi. the
beet andt-beapertYiiniilT Hlble. and hi w fart they
are clitnit it. Addrena NATIONAL PI" HUSH
1NO CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
fte deceived. mt for ci;nTi. ei I '. -re thrat,
hi rene an I Lr.n-ltinl dilheulllf. u; .-only
WELL? CARBOLIC TABLETS.
Worthlc imitation are on the m-irknt. hot the
only cieiitiho prep:tratirn of i 'arUdie Acid fiir
Lunir di-ae 1 when chemically rmMn.-d with
other well knowu remli-r, aa in these Taldeu.
and all partiea arc ciu'l mcd ir il.il dug any
In all rune of lrrit.irl'nof themnou. mmchrana
there Ta.deta h.u!d be freely ued. liieirelcan.
Inir and healing pmpcrtie are a't'iliHliin.
lie warned, never nc-jleet a e-d I. it h ca-illy cur
ed in U inclpfer: -jte. when It ocvri elin-nle
the core I eiil!"-.ly dl!H'-ul!. uo W eil' Car
bolic Tahiet a a ; "fit!-.
JOHN t. ki I.I.I HI. 1R Piatt St.. N. Y.
2 le airent ler toe I. S.
rrlce 24 ccntaa h i. Send foreireular.
-I A SV1 0 N D
t'OWEIiKt'Lnal KlUXOMICAI. liEATKKS,
Jainca A. LawKtin. PaU-otec,
Pt. LL.KK, WASIiLX fcCO.,S3 Water t., .V. Y
liaproTrd. Vi rlalel and I neqnaled.
I'uriiK any size eoal.
PI IXi;if, W A Ii !' KN" a f ".. Water St. X. Y
A GREAT OFFER!
t li:i.Ss. uf i nm cl'i maker, inrlndinir W
ti-r . at tl-it I
ri"- for c:ih. or part -asn. an I
buu'' ill inall iu
l:i re lirT el:i. ri..n
J7i r;ii:i. V.w r. :
tl.iy lDallnK-u:, -.
. nVnt-m impr 'TPtn-n. fi-r
Olili AN'.U.c iu.w.
u'.ilal ;vle a it-1 Tiriei-i lone
rveruMilr. Illu: rate I vaMl. xe umllwl. Sheet
nuyic an l muU- ne-rviiaiia.
t) AOKTTS ant a!i..lutely tne heat
iiiiix N.k? S,-n 1 i"i ir.-u!ar'.f nt'i
I ni.ri!i-l lliu-. Pamilv rlilile. ,h'e i
llini lux. W lir ii K aw iifi Ilible " r.Ich isKiitbecomlnsannir
Ail, a-. Ani'Hjin tiilt Klire. 1 i
r!flii. Jw ii l ull a eUsp. !l.u.
B-T'.ln- th'; U'ti e t'!ii-f." f.r m:T rv'-ninira.
3 h l.KJO r- !r i'h Amerioaii rHrnir Hi ree
H.-)k." .Tlw Jtiin-lar i. 4d It l,H ranty, Kpizoiit
Ic Xroaltiii-nt, fce. C. P. VV'ut, . Y. ai (liitir.na
1L lit Jt i A.iri -u. l k a...
term ever t lfcre.1,
-Addre. f -r the nviC
rK. LIVIOST'NP. IV FBMA hi miren
iim T1IK ST A N LKY-LI V IXtrS ro.N K EX
IK1UT1I. to Atri'-a. rtav.i volume. iut
lul. t'mitnin IiK-rlenta of the Wnmlirtul fa
rcer f the Cireat Tr;;v-liT. th.- enujitrv. auitnaU.
tiaiives. hnntiu. Ar. Pull account wf thi miJt
intcn-tins pjin nf the icl'.lie. a ?t ent fnrL
Ailiirr l ll I.L.1SIII.M t .. I lilcaito,
11!.; Pliiliulclphia. Pa.; or S rinalw M. SIim.
la one quailed l.y any km.wn remedy. I: will erad
icate, extirpate and ibopmirhlv dritmv al! iim
nnmiltun ia the hlnoil. and wiii elfectually
di(iei all preli.ipoM-l.w to hiUou deramrcmcnt.
ft Mrrr tea,rf at tu a i vaur Licerssd SpUrnt
Unle n licved at once, the I1I00.I ijeoina Impure
bvdek-tereou itifretioii. tircim-in rrofiilius er
kin ilii-wn, iUou hre, Pul.iti. Puule, Canker,
Pimple. Jl, .
lliirt yoa DpijrptU Sliniach t l"nle (IIireB
tli.n is promptly al.iw.1, the vtem I dchiliuitoil
with poverty of the Wood. llMii-ul Trmh-ncy,
General weukne al InertL-v
Hat y.)a vtaknrti af tkt Utrtltmri t Yon are
ia danirerof t'hrmie liUrrliora, or IntUnunation
of t lie ilowel.
Have ywu irtaaar of tkr Vlrrlme mr Urinary
Oresn Yea nr.- eiiooii Ui ntferini( in Ita mot
Art yua riretr, dpiwmr, dull. slu-nrihri!e-pniil
In pirit. wlib head arho. back ache,
coated loniraeanl Inxl t inting nvmin?
For a certain n-rm-ty ftull of trH-se dlar.
taknn and lp.nr.li-: Sir rleiinfinar and pnri
fvinu the vitiated hloml anl ImparUnKviicr to all
the vital foret-e: for hull, ing a; and retnring the
weakened eautllath a ae
which 1 'l.pmounccd by the lradimr mcii.-al an.
tlioritlrnof Im lon and Pari -the mot powrrtal
tunic and alterative known t the mediral wnrld."
Thi I no nirw and onrri.il dia-uvrry hut ha been j
long us-d hy tbu lending phvsi.-Lin of other eoun- i
trie with wondrriui r.-mcli ii r ult. !
lion't wi-nkt-n and Imjioir tlx- digestive organ j
hy cathartM-i and phic. they uive nilv ttmiora
ry rellrl lii li...u. U.ttiilencv aarl dvopi-iAin 1
wilh pile and kinlrud ulacaae arc acre "to .ikw
their ue. I
Keep the t.l.od pnro iual health i nsennil.
JOliN 14. KPJXtKHl. 1 Plait St.-, New Vort
rk.le Asreat S t the 1 'nited .state,
i'rtce. On Iftjllar per Potile. Sintl for Cinular,
1'he S;nekhol.!i-r of ii.o S. merset i l'.eirar.l
Taniplke li.a.1 tVnnnanv vrill take a.itiee that nn !
elts-.iiH Will l-e hell at the t cik! .f c. A. hira-ni-l,
in Alkgheny tii si. m m.. u.j; M. n ,y
of J.ms ir et. In eluci r t '. i .Mana
ger an-f a Tr.T.rnrvr. to 'n:t tr.e nlf .irs of siid
C'uai;iu- f- r it enduing yi:ir. ,
di-rll Pr. i !cnt.
r (lioot.ri i-y-.a. t .;. aai cUrj L'ompiuiy.)
vi rm of a a enh r H
10 MU. of the tVTif.an."
(U.nrt of Somerset Coanly, Pa., loaadiree'.ed. we
will a-ii at pabli? aalo on . -
SATCRDAY, IS'.U V9 D!HIlF.a NEXT
aa tar taa lre. at ljr p. m .tnef dl whn
arufH-rty. tat ihoee.ate iM John Whlpkry.of l ii.
per TorkeyfoU township, (teceaaj.1. to wit:
Xraci 4o. 1 81 note In saii lowniip, Soire r
at ct ant, P. ati.iiiint lan a of llearr Whiiv
ktr; Nancy J. he n. M.na tw and tract Nit,
contr.ltiiDg. tw bent' red and flffen eervs an I
1.4 1 rt Lea, of wr-kh ntit .uu atres.ip-rl.ar au-1
ahont lin meadow; the balance la well limbered.
1 h HBunnreaneata ant a IwiMKor kiar uwWling
house, a ne atory r.Iaiik tenant'lu u.-s-. a denl.le
l..g irn, aw apt.la in hard: ttro are aereral
fUTm'jf .i the i.. ..).. i , l r V. . .1J . i-.. ; .
well watered ara txlievel tc.ifalava!ehle min
er i'. .
Tract No. I. Situate Insim-.'townsl.lnandcrinn-ty,
aiij .iu No. 1, Ian ' of liac liushan i' heir
an.1 Ihtvld S. hnc"K an l ci.n'..-iii. 6U ai re an. I 81
perclKS, ah, ui. 12 acn-s clenrc-l and fiocel, the
reireiee hehm well llmhere-f. y
Tkkmb tmthird. aiter dc.'nctlntr nnd
espec.se, to r-miiu a lien on the pr nuea, the in
terest tolw pal I untmaliy to the widow, C atharine
W hlpkey, k.r life, Irom 1st April. 1-T.l, om-thlnl of
thel alance In barel and the n-iduc in f.mr equal
-.nnu il psyrront. beginning April I, wnf
the han-l money to l- pai.1 when the pp.-rtv 1
iid W ature ebmpliaucc wilh the ron.lilion of
. . JAtlMIORKHAKT.
-i , : . Trustee.
decll - , ;
af.a.-..1 I? T? ...I. l -v r..
a3jt a?. tn
thn renrt ofVm-i
i " M'"-P... N'.i. TH Nov. T.,
,'.,, A A I SeU lor Id
Margiirct Ann lfed..gle. , von-e.
And now to wit.' 3 1 peeember. 172. On motion
oe-ii iqffu rutin ersee
of A. II. tottrolh, Pikj., attorney of plututitf, the
Court appoint John k. Ki'ie. rq., commissioner.
to take the hUm.r nud rt the facts anj an
rkimerset IVantT :
Kx.ract from the r.-ocrl r;lnd Tth Iteeemher.
lK.2L, P- M. SI HHIH'K. Pro.
Iwil! alttn lto the ontie of ihi. h..v .nn.,i.
meat at the Court ine. In the N,r..ngh oi s..ra
rrct,in TLnrla. 15th Januarr l.T:i .i m.i.i.
In the fiirenavn
Jt'tl.X If. P.I'IK
AIJMIN ISTUATOU S NOTICE.
. L.-lter ofa lminiMnttlon havlmrWi,
by the prone, antheri v. to thean.k)rlgne,f on the
.7m'- Wl(l '- H lr-i. In
delHed to aald estate aro hereby oo.liie.1 to make
ZZ .YZ f".,",Lnl. "' tnose having claims will
LTlowanie!' dl"Btn!ol'ctt-J a-lUeinent and
' , , ," OEORUK SPANflLEB,
U(3'U ... , Aimiuistrator.
Wide Awak.i J'T 'W.
AGENTS aa make better t .
. with than wlt(,'-
, " :''.
Men', Youths' and ei,,.
FaU and Winter
lfarlnif greatly lwna., ,
the pen year, we are w D"r,t";' v
rour approeal a eecti " ftH t, J"
Style, 'l-orkmanah.p yZW Vt
peclaltyof M Matertai.
Fullyeo.naI.lf n-dnr.r.T .,,. 2
one-third ieaa; bat a.ii mJ'n"mi B J'
"- hare an
w,ly auppiu,! with th, w r";;
trKe u.rt AnlaUccl."",' " :
Of Our Own ?rn
whi.h . .
chearr In IVk-o toa any .h, r'
For Boys of AU Arj
Good and very C lieap,
ONE PRICE ! I
A!l Msta 21 tl? 77 Ir
121 Wood St., Cor. Fifth Ave, f
JgCOXOMY IS WLWLTlir
To the Ladle.
TKY OXK OF
Iiloss .t TDmkp's
IinjHvred Patent Self-Heatii
Tui Ipm cn.ri.ijtcif lull share t. ir
my in uoni. !ic Ui. and i veil worth tia
lioa of every h .m- kee (-er. It it r-aul .
a fire inide. like an ordinary Move. Tiw'ri
diricrrttt lxee. weiehtnx fn.iu Ave to'eUM W
It uve one-thiPl te tiaieau irouimt i
mnch lea faii:aeso darar-r U Muo::ja L
ekithea, aul when Ujikie thev hare a aai k
It lends to the ironrr a great defpe f (.ati
lace, l.y the ae ! it. hot pmm are an.ij:
the pen! i not sni.jeeted to tiie airaet ict;
ble beat of a Move or furnace In w:irm wmti- ;
A autficlent proof of the ati!-ti..n sr.-.. J
give, and the furor with which it if nreire.1 ,
already larjre ami ;ill lnrreain umsai
an I which tell how f:it I: i comic; iaiu rw
ua thpjnhinrllic c.untrv. .
Not only are the virtue "of the in rse:
at ln.me. hut the true worth of It i 1,0, j
iiarent every here, that t lM.unla of thcaat
ocintr ol I to varion fcireign niuntrir. ;
Such 1 the eonfl It-nce of the uiai.u.Vtir''
the ex.-rllciwy of tlii. jp.n. that thr . r -
neol a tn ii to pnive it jell raiuaoJeucri
keeper, nn l we warrant th-m to give satutx '
the liirrtioni, are fuliy ot erviJ. I
Mar So raaace of Iron it rromrt4'4ifl
all ih:it i mwart f.ir a family, as it cE v
eoUntly hot w!;ilc in ne, ami culy rejaaai i
Oa CariWani of Oaraal lorn tn-
'I would n be without thi ip.n f.TjBO L'!a
not iret another." is Die ex Hamati-n of th
ue ih iiu-;e wonder. t-
TRY IT! TET IT f
tfFu!1 directioat tnclotti in fmA Irs.
For rale by '
FKAXK H. SI FALL f
hw. no.v.. j t
HirBclavi'.le, Sfcaaerwt asiif.h
Augnst 23tI r.i. ' i
twnvAD 011: offee.sI
A BEA1TIPI L I
85 Cliromo ftr NothiE
-Karlj Morn" asd -Te Yoj lrfr'
AYe will present one of the almve bc3ti i-'
nio to each nt.-n:r to either of tt- i
Papers or Magaxint: j
ll.irir' W.ekly. i; Frank Leslie.
Ratar. 4: Le!ie' L-vJi.-.' Mag;: i;w. !t nrr''
Mniraxine, Al; Moore's ITural V. w T rt-- -;
Hearth anl Home, ti; Godey'a Lly'f 14.
Waverly Mimiinc. v: New York
New York Lc'ger. t: Firei let Vmiiar.r :t .
nrday Night. i: Phr-n-dosiral J.,artui
eriean Yoluiit.-cr. iiS; lriiri Farmer. S si-
American, let Peterson's Magaiine, 1 I .
A I Ire all or Its 5.
PITTSBVKOH SI PPLY tt.. PittM-f- -
One 15 and on.- 20 Horse Etc
IJoilcrs, Smoke-Star., i
' All complete, f 'heap Tor cash. A Hw
W. W. Mt'KAI'Jt''
I nov. 13, "T3-tt C'uaiberljatl-
FOIt A RM H PXKL11 S-'
LNl T t'SK OKiltN. ia
siop. jerftvtlv new. Factory prire. iVl "
nnmh-'r or S.viel-hand Mrhleonn J
rancing in prii-e r-jan anl epwarl. '
at m.Klera:e pric.-. 'all an. I euminr : r
kic rv.'m of
No. M Si jth .Wenne. Pitfi.at f'T
S.lo f gent for Prince a. to.' (nran.
; Ttuni k..h .hi. m,i iiiriiiati.omttK'.
- ... -
L.D. SINE'S NINETEM!
GranJ Annnal EslriSa j
To be drawn Weilnc!a, Janrf i
3 $200,000 OOf
IN VALUABLE GHf
m iUUIC Villi iar-fc ."
$10,000 IN AMERICAN GS
10,000 IN AMEHICAK Stt
Otic ren ef matche.1 rerJi,.
rtairo an I silvi-r mm He. I W
m - ii 1 .ith Siivrr
new, worth pleach: ve lii:elo"a "f
am a. worth On each: m",.'xl.
j wonb loe !; asl and -a'
tnirwatelie (Iu all.) wurih fP j
riJ, rimn. W;ir,. dry. , a?
.Ntualcr el gi:i iS, Vl'kel ;
TIKLO IN M!S Hl.K -..,n..
LNU," -SPKISO FLOW Kks " "'') I
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