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The,!,Gre4,-.o.ltipigo: , : , Fjsq!
Pitlloo of Property DestroYe&
We ptiblisit below extracts of tho lel
egrain to 'the F.lniira Advert/pre Of I ho
great - fire ak - fothiws: •
11uPPArli, . ti - -;-The tire cothtnene
d, about J 0 'clack last night, nekt, the
earner of - Jefferson - and Deleyan — stD,
and swept everything before it, taking
north eastetly course through the cote
Old part. of the tits.
culls t..; business portion of the eity
Ie destroAell." 'the banks, express
(lid teleurrph Offices, except the .7').1
'bone, six - k-levatois and the water works
have been burned. There Is no water
in the eity.,- Not less than ten thous
and bui Whigs have already been des-
Uoyeir The tire has burned a disyta ice
of live' tinlet , atitl-is still raging.
• The followieg . message, signed lby the
.11mt.ii Of I !neeago,-Was sent to the May
or fr,q. I.untr: t I Is, morning:
"lend ut turd for the eutfetiog. Our city is in
ko ws and ;inr zater works are burned "
The iotAte* e.eeed $50,000,000. AU
the bunks \vele distroyed and much
011j:1411g. !l'he Mayor lies telegraphed
tei prinripai cities for food.
• About WI,. o'clock this motning the
tire:eros4-44t t too liver at the Adam's St.
Itridtte:: f t '-thin destroyed the.. Gas
Worke, t spread itself in every
. :in t ! hilliest every building
11.nrrison street north ty the (Thi
-eago river i 4 destroyed, including the
More than nue-half the population
are now ranning the streets with the
viieleOt nousehtild treasures In their
arms, and tin ths.lr back In utter confu
sion, nt.t I;nowi ng whither to go:
" Fearful sufferlnetnust follow and at-
Fully tift.r thousand people are at
this Aunt - nein homeless and houseless,
not ltnoWing where to lay their heads
or get anything to satisfy the 'cravings,
It is not known as yet whether any
lives have been lost It is feared, tho',
that there hut,.
1 Wasltingtoo, Madison, Afarket, Clin
ton, *lelrerktM, Buffalo, Griswold, Me-
K.eu nail Duvets, with all that. part of the
city' are completely devastated.
One huge blackened; charred mass,
is all that remains of-the neighborhood
bounded by the aboVe streets.
• The vessels -in- the river are totally
destroyed, numbering between thirty
end forty. The finest blocks of h cuses
In' the city are datroyEd. It will take
ireeksbefore a correct-idea of the des
trUotion can be, had. -The Are has ex
ceuded for u circuit of three miles. , Both
.ildes of the Chicago river are in ruins.
' The. city, to-night will be in ,total
darkiio.s. Which will add to thelinten
sityof the misery and terror now felt
throtighout the city limits. The fire
could he, sten hundreds of miles away.,
.Vftre Weida excitement prevails, and
t4rrOr is depicted on the countenances
1 c,f ht'indreill 119 they hurry through the
greets ottiq,riug curses and prayers.
The whole litetinessportion of the city
fs in ashes from Harrison street north
to eill'Jewo a. , .eiiiie,,,,and east of the He
r i r r 0) 1 A 1.,t! w. cone.
1 . 'Die iml,ornetl sreets for miles are
Ud with hoio.eho d goods.he
' Ni, .trre dat I' til think what the loss of
. lite bray 1 , t , . Titt‘ flames swept through
. c;tie eit!, %.kli ['to rapidity of a prairie
acv, awl molly must have perished.
The We , terii I.7nion Tellegraph. Com
patty has , n. .t eeded in getting up a few
wires fi toil a hastily improvished Oleo
iii.t he .1 iii t hei ii part of the city estah.
Fish 1 lif; c4a lal‘i n ieat.loll in nearly all
Mahlikelit olkl's of 114*i:4141We are
'muting from -very quarter.
At (..) P. \l., it 1:4 estimated that at least
one ha toirci! thousand people are home
less and lip a -uttering condition. The
. most geoi-rous offers of assistance in
money, rood,- or anything wanted, are
!:•41alitig in toy almost every city anti
t, ( „1, % .,, (I,,,,ogboitt the country, by tele-
XiiLiih. :like Mayor' has responded to
'leveret , 'tier:, asking that cooked- food
t.e provided as coon as possible.
Buildings are being bitiwn up on the
ii.. ; ,e Ih. $ll..- -.., m..ccurpt. to arrest us
The North-‘Western i l l ailroad Com
pany are running trains on both its
branches, a hid) are crowded with flee
' Reliable geoilenien from the North
Division tiring the joyful intelligence
that the water works are uninjured.
The reibune building, which was
supposed to he fire-proof, has finally
sUCearnheri : every theatre,. the six lar
gest elevators, the immense depots of
the Michigan Southern and Illinois
Centrtil ratiroalls; both the passenger
and freight depots of the latter; mere
than a score of churches, - and 'mtiolf of
-1 the shipping-In the river ...are all des
OCTOBER 10.—A Chiertgo dispatch
sass : "ft j is now certain the, loss of
life has been very heavy. ,: A whole wa
gon load of dead bodied was carried
thro' Wabash 'Av. last evening, but I
could learn nothing as to the precise
matinef of their death. Xt said by some
to have been the result of an explosion
tifspirlts;-by others to have been caus
ed: by falling wails.
~The fire continued to burn all last
night on the north side, but this mor
ning is under control. It - is literally
true that there is nothing remaining of
that side from the river south to
from Park ou,the north, and the
nafth branch- of the river oti the west
. to the Lake on the east.
This portion of tie city, except along
the main river, w ere they were bus
iness blooke was occupied by dwellings.
Two-thirds of the population of this dis
trict were Germans and Scandinavians.
These people are now homeless, soma
of' them in frame buildings on the
inorth-western section and others on the'
Throughout the day yesterday a re
newal of the wall of fire on the west 81de
was looked for, and a change of five de
grees in the direction of the wind would
hate led to this result. There would
thorn . aye been ,no refuge for any.
Everyb,edy bad their clothing packed
ready ,to start for the prairies at any
nioUtent ; but God averted this last
poisible addition to our - disaster.
At onndown the wind lulled, and at
three &clock this morning the rain so
fervently prayed for came. It did not•
rain long, but the roofs of the houses
and the ground have been wet, so that
'fiory it is possible to have tires and cook
food for the-multitude.
Fifteen, hund red citizens were sworn
In last night as, an extra police force,
and the seererltry of War authorized
General r•.•!beritiftit to employ nil the
aVallable troops for guard, and issued
en order for ono hundred thousand ra
tions. Five hundred soldiers arc on
The incvndiaries are busy, but seven
.eight have been hung or shot at sight.
..uppliesi are being forwarded from all
sections of the country td relieve the
snaring. Even London England bas
largely contributed to alleviate the nee
dy; /rile Insurance Companies have
lost heavily, some of them will no
doUbt go under.
OCT. city Is patrolled by
military. The bank vaults all appear
The soldiers are making no arrests,
but killing the turbulent characters on
the spot. Garrotting and thieving are
frequent at night.
Forty-one persons were shot in mak
ing arrests last night. The station
house is filled with prisoners. The
number of bodies recovered from the
ruins now reaches ninety.
The total loss of grain is definitely na
oertained to be 1,600,000 bushels. Four
vessels were loaded with grain for the
East today, and the eastern movement
will continue, as there are fully 5,000,-
000 bushels now in store.
OtToiannl.2.—Eighty dead bodies are
now lying in the morgue, mostly found,
on'the north side. It is certain that
thts,is but a small portion of the num•
ber caught in the flames Red utterly
The Coroner yesterday held an in
queiit on slaty-four •bodies, Only two
o? them were recognised—one, Henry i
Thinian a banker, and the other Peter
, • 1
The Lolly of a wan who craw ed9nro'
the water main has, been rseog 140,a5 ,
that of a fieCkson,'Of.:lll,ll,lo,oll4
Twenty bodies werO' ,
basement of two buildings iffirtv!!; ,
side near Chicago
V firLiwil,'Efiltor ail& Pr,
N ellipibta•ot I , 00 Is.
Thti ittunia otT on 'Tuesday ,
seem to think it - 01'Whe'' *ay 'without
a n y obrt thCie —ft large item-
. neaiiy "iiIV the . towioll4a;
liol'onglis not • 'veal ag. at:- at
tire Republican ticket is elected In . the!
,! • Thwt,tloet pal•porttoti_ of the • town .of
Wltichy+o, , Oanatta,. way destroyed- by
tire* ofthe twenttig of the:J.2th , Instant:
Thci ica4t.m'atre-emtimateil'at-$l5 MA , ' A
inati ‘rn's itri•ebted i Rev o
16()Ilteil In -.WI.
look' for - , e4ilYing t
by a large MajOrity
ma gives a'rnajority - Of t 16,600,
00 1 0, mid lowa 3r00p.. Ctie Le
are itepui)lieari.. We now 100
York State„ ,g ‘ kyc 4)0 Tam
mocracy .one,.good sogad,thr
a large'Reimblicau majority.
Rubset Erret, Chairman 3oi
publican State,Cornruittee of Pennsyl
vania, says: have ei tried the
State by a iilajority of 18,000. , We gain
0116 member of the ion hou iu Ottut;.
beriand, 'one in Bilotti,' two In . Luzerne t ,
one-in Franklin; one in • Civanbria, arid.
Tose hone. We fgain -one Senator 'sure
in entiaberland and- Pranklin 'and pro
bablY one in Lurzern6, giving us both
.. •.- -
The majority:in tills - bororigh for , Mr.
Elliott, over'"Wlilth"tre - Dem i ocrats are
tnakriig - ; fib*: - 15; tali tilo'W7es 'Orphaned as
follows : ; The Republicans new that
I,l,llllatba, , ,s.electiOn was a sure .thing,
and took but little Interea ink ,the mat
ter; }vials Elliott's. friends worked up
everything 4ti the shape of a vote, so as
to give, him, a respectable show., .41r.
Elliott is a elever fellow, and of course,
his associates not only vo d for him',
but askt - .41 others to give him a "corn•;-
pliinentary vote" in the bbrough, 0 his
electioliWas impossible. ' I . ' .
Ciiieug6 Is not dead, but Et
a day. Proln its stnonhleri
the city will Poon risEi toretn
try. Front the past Olteiprli
sinus setivity-tif that city,
muted in the belief' thittwe'
see either side qt* its once.
streets lined with rtplendid
for the aceounnodation of
business interests. wit
People ; mut wit h' t his spirit
t activity, ()nee prom
soon take ite•pinee ns in dny
The Irmo Ohio
Republican gains. The 1..4%
Hays sleeted by about, 30,00
State 3 T eket 20,000 M
The ex polure of the robbbry by the
Tamm any. t nan agora In Nev, York city,
the leader pi of the Democracy, strength
ens the tkOple in the beli p t that the
Republican party is the' onorin whlch
to confide. The majority in this State
is fixed at 20;000, Philadelphia' ivinil
6,000. 'People everywhere have come
to the irresistible coriclusion that a Por
ty7bich has failed to govern i its, own
ditadel honestly, cannot longer be trus
ted by the people. I.
Texas goes democratic b y intimida
tion and Violence." A telegam to the
Philidelphia Press 'says : The eecbad
district gives Capnori,' Detr, 231 •fliii
ilarity," some counties not yet heard
from ; first district, five counties heard
from, ,oves Herndon, Dern.i a net ma
jority of 525; third district, fe:Ur,coun'-
ties heard from, giveS °reciting, Dem.,
nat maJerity of 2,320 forikth district,
twelve counties heard givee'Han
cock., Deni., a net reaPiiikk .f 1,382. •
NEW RAILROAD ROUTE.
The subject of a railroad from To
wanda to Warren,' via TroY,Wellaboro,.
Coudersport anti SmethPort, is now be
ing agitated very strongly by the peo
ple. The Lehigh-,valley iiCatl, which .
hes direct Conmivalcation with Phila
delphia and Ne'v York, is seeking a•
through, line West. . If , it bun its line
from Towanda to Warier', as indicated
above, alionl.ll3o Miles,_it will then have
direet • e - Ominimietition between New
Yoi IC, Bt. Louts and.Cthica o—more' di
rect (him any other 'of the great 'corn;
peting lines now doing b siness, and
Which wilt be quite insuffl, lent in ten
years to carry on the increased trade.•= 2 --
Thlsproposed route would open 'up.a
riCli 'forming country, and a rich and
undeveloped timber and 'coal:region,
and would he of vast impoftance to the
people along the route, as well as to the
great. Eastern and IWesternleities. The
four great competing lines bf trade, the
New York Central, the Er l e, the Penn
sylvania Central, and th , Baltimore
and Qhio railioads,. leave tis great gap
unreacheti t , 4.liieh would be a direct
route: West, and in our jud mentremu-,
nerative to any compare that pay
build the road. ' Let any erson take 1 17
his - map and carefullyl3lance over his
propbsed route, and we ar quite :tire
that he will at once see its real, im' , or
tatice. Such a toad would nutke . Bs
boro a central point, and give our eo
ple railroad advantages egial.to, places
of greater importance. , E ery person
should be interested in thiS'route and
help . to keep Alm ball rolling . until it
becoxes a fixed fact.
Peniana at Ntror?c, ' '•
The Government. received a dispatch
on the 12th instant , dated at St. Paul,
" The FenianS, under . ommand of
Gen. OiDoilohue, attempted •to 'cross
the border lintron the 6th at GeOrge..
town, and 'on' ISlMfday Morning eiiii
tured the'Canadian eutitorii lionse and
Hudson Day - post' at Pembina : + They
were attacked and ,Itizioered' - ..*Alilycii
States trotlpi, 'and Geti.' O'Neil l ,: Who
was also ivittr them, want 'kart
er, together with 200 stand' of arms.
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elect s ,iona
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Staub:A/fa : (R4Y.) atapiit
Minims (Rep.) vverz Ellto
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4 ! pp? witi*,l94;o(ftkie Pfencan tinily
P 4 Avasi.9i,ilm; ,i9.1415-echttitiffilei! pito
ARAI' St. JP; * 4 4 fO ti * l iii P r tr " :l3,tat e i
,troops are , att . erool, ,lilit:d It qtiO4#o4l'
that al/ thVi410; 1 04 . 44 Ociii l43' ,.!af ' l4 l ii -'
neeotenre.ritiq efule," , , 1 ,, r ,
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I .,l l o2tozurcil 'Petr„lA:r; x it.fa iettis Oa
,O'Donohue hes, been jilaigiips fol at.
teelc n fort 'CieS7, al inflflarO r t TelO il g
upon receiviuKsi t ipwit poio the Freireh
half reeds. Therfid !Fee f4tended
4w3pi a thew.NOth cpitiVent,lV.,„;#4i es
been iintAigplpg,wlgl i tlis4; 4l jO rk .. ka,c1 1 . ,:9n
the Dtorthern piecfte.,t'attrpkill__,e9olt,u,kl
on their help .when the ~work
the Board pi! Alder en' - aoklirg as'. 8u-
per Visors, to aid' investigating `
the all ,, ged friinds lii bur oak finances',.
report, , through , Booth,
their ehaliman : ,
"This extraVagant' waste ,of mono§
ex plaini in alteat miairtre' the' flitirra•
ing increase df Vie city:debt; which has
lately doubled every two years. ,Itlvas
$86,000,000 on the Ist of .Janp4r,y, ,1869,
and $73,0i96,600 the tat of. JanuttrYt, lB7 ,.
It was $48,006,000 4m:1.03,414'0t 3anuary,
1870; an $97,287,55' oil the 14th of Sep
tembet;lB7l; ' and` your eommittle ;fear
thatithe aceitmulation of this. debt will
swell the'amountto $126,006,000 within
the ensning.year." ,
il . .
cope th'' for
b. 7 embers
e are war
is - in the
We reprint, this paragraph : from the
full report in• our last issue, to dispel
one, of. the most frequently iterated mis
statements uttered in behalf ' t ot pa i r r,nis
rulers. They assert that the BOa
i t i li of
1 Supervisors was equally tilNided n po
litics, when it undeniably *sett to be
so with the electioti of two Democrats
in 1866. It was,.intended that , the mi=
,nority candidate for,litttpervisor,Wfict:re
'eeived the higheat;vote,ahouldbe<annu
appointed by the Mayor, sa,aa tO
k o :p the
nioatbs . aud_brokaupthis
by giving ElMilth
many Demoerat;ta higher 'vote thin
his Itephbllelth eornpetithr,. and thus
compelling tile ';Mayor to appoint the
former. That' broke tile' Ile' in, the
Board, and it was never restoi:ed: The
Board thence'stold'seven Democrats to
five Republican's', Until the people gave•
(in 1809) Jobti Foley *(ail:l4ller tintl-
TaninianY Democrat). : a 'higher Vote
than his Republican `competitor, and,
thus increased In' 'the
Board - to eight against four Republi-
Cane. Tweed 'tried to' keep Foley out,
but failed, and theretiPou abOlitthed'the
Board'in sheerdisgiiit. ' 1) ! •
Now look 'at'ihe r elatea a i nti ' SUMS 're
pCrted by the 'citizSiirto Cerrimittee, and
nob that the - city and county debt was
-litii . s36,ooo l oop 'on'the' let' nf 'Tainiary,
1130 1 4,ii0 years•aftet the' 'Board of:Ba
pervisiiis ceased to 'he etretiV baltatieed.
See' how like an unballested balloon it
hail shot up ever - since: 'Afe they' bon
est•who keep; dzi taiking of a; tied 'Board
ity, when' theat liaitieeit'inch Beard
Ilearts have bad nio Mayor, "nti •6)141,61-
ler, no. District Attorney, ricirnetaber
the Board of Publie'Works.. TheY have
had no power 'except in tpe ilpAde and
fire commissions, neither of which is
involVed in thegreat peculatfons. And
the Legislature'beadone ticithing with
regd to our '•city - but peseTtreed's
abominable levies; and'still
abominable charter. These were bad
enough, but they gave neither money
nor power to Republicans. Iltually,
the tax levies Were passed by the votes
Of all but one or two Democratsin the
Legislature, with just enough Repub
licans (not a tithe of Ole .whole 'mum
ber) to carry,them.
Whet other city was ever ru'shed
head over heels into debt 'as this has
lately -been'. And `all for' What ?•!-Trib.
News from St. Claicand Huron coun
ties, Michigan, 1.4 of the moat distress:-
ing nharnetei. A dispatch dated Octo
ber 11 says: All that .portion, of,. the
State east of ,Saginaw. bay and north of
a point forty miles above l'Ort Huron,
has been , completely destroyed by fire.
A nunlber ;otpersona .have • perished,
and it is feared we have not heard the
worst. The - tiourieliing villages of For
estville, Whitillack, Eini Creek, Sand
Beach and #uron 'City aie'eritirely do
stniyed. and 'Foit 'HoPe
are partially destrOyed.
In all these towns - there were 'large
stores, and'manY, of which ` fi lled
with winter stock. BsterisiV,e shingle
mills, Saw mills, 'Lind' deckif coveted
with lumber, have all been swePinwity.
A _steamer, which left POrtAinion
last night for the relief-OtthOuttfferers,
returned thieiOvening WitiCabbuflortY
men, women and childrenjliveofwhom
are Severelrburned.'" ;
DETnerr, Oct.; 1.2.:444 cutter 'Fes
ie6den reittdied - Pori
with seventeen refugees from the
LakeiShOre, ' two of. wholtv Vire fatally
- burned. NeWs' ‘ lnni just' been 'received
that `tbe largest' portion 'at the -pity= of
Manistee has been destroyed , bylire:—:
Manistee lit'•dn' 'tile' east timid - 6f lake
Michigan i'a.piacti -of '4;000 r-• Inhabitants,
and one of tbtogibatisti7ininberlirodu
.olng towns tin; tilenSfate Llpf later die
'pitch places thelob* at $l - .110000,
0ct; 1 42. - g-rlahtegol.villtige
and Sugar Buall•+4uittienceint'Averwde.
etroyefi by fire on Sunday and Monday
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iiightsiand a large; n tubber I in
,* ; ere hurneo, . xlaalih: , ,,,-- (,-, . •, . -,,-
. , A 0 ispfi , , s fl ; iii_t jigep t :44ll4
'trate 'Green ' : iii; Writtelialt; atlitang •
tlititi it'etetitiio 'ha& airl)feitilio6.`britig,,
-lagva .- -repott i Wirt three f latiridieit and
• twcaty-Ilve bodies, were bud ,at kith ,
tn.° /ati. nigh t , !,t40 1 ,0,t3, Many Iffera-arr•
'evil whiling. . , .- - ,
''. 'Efeventy-iive persohlO*erei'builled , to'
der at Uttlo , Starigebtt 'lbw; And - the
au ring tbronghout the - north Is - tern--
,ble • ,T*9 ; A PI . with.. tAhouvw9puo4 ‘.2. ( '
tbilOpapi-proivitykk.abms ii!tttiPPl l 7l
link as bu kug br:Vhica e.:
'--- rdither soca • Tits 'Otilletemble Ilie's
inear'Grestrßay'haVe Weill Irecolvede ,, ,
--One ;hundred awl Any; inert wero , burn-'
gia, to doattr in, p,, largo hem.* Iyhieh,
pliiii:hhd, , tallop r,Oroge.L'' HitridresTs of
pe9plelvere:dtiyen 'by Ape' liarnsirifito
- the' klier,'*h 'e rabid of fliiiin perlilied.
- i AVlttpatokc rota Oreeke Bay says flat;
on Sunday ni htalite trqfte Aute in the;
Belgian; settle, ent of_Arassels,-112 Door
county, . WiscOn sin i OcAtromAre 180 hod-.
see, all the -place 'contained excepting.
stire. - tine persons are missing . - - 11 is
pposed , they - perished la -:the thanes.;
Many videekle tioisie,die from the Affects of
e .11e: "the best thlaig te do in allasi Of Oa land
ilete'potre a Want:per NA mon'. 'Aeedyne Liter
i to;t+.long•nee(cedjunkbpttleiadd:hilt ping of
and. weteT, - then , the whole . dorm
th'e throat:' ` ln te n 'telnutes the here . ° will
begia,toeat. "Izli ,(-' Coif
Parron'e Purgative" Pills greatly :relieve,
if not entirely care dyspeptila,•rhqk everlthing
tileelaile: They have been, tried in some dope
rate cakes,' and' have givelitaotre relief than 'any
- .AGENTS. 1.1".421.TED
For a 'Book' thit *ll Sell:
BY TUB RENOWNED.
This le an original, interesting,and inetractiqe work
full of rare fan and humor,-belng: an , iticount of the
AIIITIOIPS PROFESSIONAL LIFE, his wonderful,
tri . cks and tots, l i p
nc leugheide incidentenn4 143ven
tares ae a Maeda ', Necrorriaer, and yentril ooniet.
Mins:rated with: ri A .
• ' 16.•.Full;Page..E.ftgravlogs:
The volume Is free from any oblectioitable matter
higittoned audiaorallit ,tis ebiWtari
be ;void with deep Ingrid, both end pang. It
Ores' the most graphic( and thrilling accounts' of the
effects of AN ;wonderfal.teats and seagleat t trfolvoaus
ing the most uncontrollable merriment and laughter.
OirmilireeTetins, 4 4e:, with fall Information sent
freo on application to ; .
00.18,1871.-m. 711. Santora Bt. Phtlada. .
" FOR - S'ALE; ' •
A BOUT tO doi6a of land known Ifs the Wm.
ga Co., Pe . ., with threo,dwolling houses, a Okra'
idaw Milt and = earns add other buildings--one
of the best locations' for a lumbering - e 'ether,
tonneacturingestibli &Mena nrilbo Vag& Ball-,
road.. - ; • ‘•:-• ••
Also, nAjoininipt jot pf, aliont 185 itoros,
bout 80"aores ipaiture, - Would Maki a good
farnstlatber' eitougki nit =it t. for- /nor lurnbar,;
Po Als sts 'o a sto i u t t P 7 a 5 7 0 f ne clz:i it t s 4 ' ba r'
"Soule itbdut a mile east 'Of 13'
above desoribed lande-Lvalitable for Ifeestitek
Bark, timber and farming lands.
Also two lots of land oione.,aore a silos
ted at 116111dOtown,,in the towaship of/Middle•
bury--vu which' Unto is a stors,_barn;Ao.
Those desiript : to psrobsse.enqske of:Nitrij
,Jana, ptohott, onie ; prepUses ,at Aitobsirst
. , „
October 18,11171.-tf.t • Tidgaj
TO CONTAAtTOII .=.
T" proposed •sohool th ottstplitli be.i. let at Wel
8011001 houseAear Babtecorellt to the lary...
eat and bidder, at patina' Outcry, do .
day, Nov. 1, 1871, at 2 o'olook-p.it 13$401110a."
dm of the,bouro may bb acerturablittlkt i ;
Oot. 18, 1871,-2ffr • J,. E Tir,BESTER.. !
si• , Lt• ,
• t -•
• Auditor's Xotio? •- 4
TE undersigned appointed an andit9r, ! p
make distribution of tha balance, retualank!
in the hands of John- /:; Kitchell' administrator,
de ' , gni* non cumtestatonto annex*,
of •the, estaW
of Jacob Pcuteman, late of pcsa,.deoease4,
attend to the duties of hie, appoititMenV at,his
office Tioga, Tioga county Ptl;'on "ThtiiiidaY s .
tlte Oth day of licivepber , 14 . e n. 1871, at 1 1 ) ,
o'clock a. ac. whoa and where all poisons olositn
ing any portloit of.sa4 fun.; Must peasant acid'
nrovetheii Clans -vet - debarred: from!
coming in for•any paiVthar of.l= -
Oct. 18, 1871-2 w. s. 11. swimomi:
• WELDBB ORO - 110ROO tAX
MIRE Reoelvet of . TixeC for "the, Borough of
Welleboro will attend tat the stool of, Rai
tinge It Coles, in Wellsbo,O ;, Pa.,: from 9 o'clock -
A. M. to 9 o'clock, P. M. bn the 270129th and
80th days of October, 1871,' for' the purpose of
receiving Bobool•Taxes for the yea's: the
,of June 1872. All, Persons ytho
pay theletax•on either of laid days Will be at:
lowed an abatement, of five per , cent, The Re
ceiver will hold the Dnplicate,and is authorised
tc receive sald..taxes till tho 80 'day of Novem
ber 1871, but no abatentent can be allowed ex
cep!, to those who pay,on one, g of the ; three day s
first above mentioned. Those who - .fall' to pay
the receiver will be Charged 5 per dent. addition
al to the tax. R. B. VEBB,,Receiver.
0 otober 1111871-2 w. ' • i!L'i
AUDITOR'S , NOTIOE.- , The 'undersigned,
an Auditor appointed by the'Conit of Com
mon Pleas of Tioga eouitti tolithribettemoneyi
arising from the sale of the real estate of T: a.
Coates, will attend M the duties of his appoint:
ment, at his office, in Wellsboro,, on Thurs4x,
the 9th day ofltoietisbeitioat; n'elook in
, the forenoon: I JERObIE B. NILES,
October 18; 1471 8w Auditor._
FOR' 'S - AIE. •
AP.AiRof three . sear oßea° re, a d sine
' nice tiro . eir old Hoifir;all In` godd flesh.
The • Steers ate .j3itrtially broken:Ali:at Ligentk ;
The Heifer will, come in; early , nett ,1111nig. : ,1
will for oath op nod piper.
• L - • EUGENE - DEMME: 4
• 7 !ehitileston bot: 18; 1871j—tri
• ATTENTION .CHOPPERS.
MHZ undereigned will conittot
sible Part* !ex the oloari e g aud , grui!))llll2
of the grounds set asidi 'for `dui Rrollslioin arid
Lawrenoeyille Railroad near Antrim; distance
fire miles. Also for the clearing along
the pubita road from Welsher° ta:Antrim as far
to the Fal I Brook Ocal * Oolapany's lands eitioind.
THOMAS FARBER; Ageni,'•
" ' it • Antrini Coal - Mines.
• Antrim, PL, October 2; '
Acimmatrator's Nao: • .
Errpis ADl l 4l.B•llo l ltAttOlhaving
been - gianteil to the tialereigned do iie•
tow or Dewii 0 , liolden,Adeeeasi4 jets of Mans
field,. Vega Clo,, Pa., all potions indebted , to , tbe
said ostete i e t nd those 1100/34.,_040028 again st, , it
*MO with 814 &H HoLDRN, • •
Ft''' . 3 ": c ; !--ttf 1
Oct. 18; 1871. Ow; Made.
„ r 7t)
) 132 432
:#4i,la . b iZI
1 - 5.200
; ; 16
' 1 EA
, '34 4
fi 04 1
j 7. 51
1 ; .
• Pp 4
3 . 13611
4 7 9 1
,4ty • - t •
46 , : t trel • :•",•• 4
t tv,k`o, 1g14,4
• 4 'l:4: 4 •Ti -
f 1 • 600,,,,,eree,tuditor.
4 4 t
1 7 / 5
w .:" 3 /
Rol , .
A nomit"olroir'obbiria4laririo 8140 at
s2,oolpoi MA& 0. B. SO TT.
Osaeols, Troga Oct, 11, 1871. /.
Gen'l Insiwapce Agency
• lIINOXitiLyE, TtOGA CIO.; PA
Life, Fire, 'and Accidental.
• Assets over $24,000,000.
• , AtifilL,TB oir COAMANTEB. ,
Ina. Co. ,of North Amerloa,.Pa... ...$9,030,596 80
Piratic Co. of Phi's, a, 3,08f,41$
Franklin Pir2 93
Northlritleh A Mcroantile Ine Co: ' '
_ ofisendoifind Edinburg ,.,:.. . .. - 10,000,000
North Amor. Fire lasi Co. of N Y. •,; 500,000
Niegara,Fire Lie. Co.of N. Y, r 1... 1,000,000 .
Farmers hini;Sirtana. Co., Y4r • Pa. 009,880 IA
Pintas - Mut: Lifelne. Co. of art-' ' '- ,
_ford, Conn -- - ' ' 1. - ' 6,08497040
Ponn'a Cattle Int CO. - of Pottailile. 830,000 00
- • 'Tots! '' ' • " ~ ... . . ' 624,229,04 V 4
iiintiatice.iiociiii4 ell'acted by suait'citlithei,
oteTall.lttada of PrOperty.:.. AU losooa
itiromPo7.l4oo 46 4ll6..Pitilo -,,Ltteotook tutu!.
'htigal t to ) 40 Plit rai . ' 4 l' ; OW 1/0 Tat:
,of Oinoinaatto !espial; 414500,000.. ' • - r
•ftattaanioattaut prOtoptly' ittotulott tO
01506 0 4-*ilkilltrfe,t,2!l ;doer , abova Chard' it.,
• • wg. B. smiTH
, Apt:1125;1871:4f. • 'Agent.
.-Rgat than a &le.
FILL expose t...xele, on: the premises ! ' in
Blosibfirg, the . loth day of September,
1871, the undivided o ne-fbArth of the following
.deserihrd property ; :•
Lote knew,n, en& designated ip,404. one and
two intleck: number alp in the gala *wogs of
IBlositiargOilnk the *eat aide of inib uturo d
-sreeMbeing , 1211- fe4 la frefit on said etotet•
an eeut 189,feet In;depp, by, the putp„.4,
J.,aulicilee addition to the village of 810re. , 1
%drill with a frinie'houset; frame bird and gait
trees *tirade. • Terme: one • fourth on condinq
aqa pt mle,tted the balance in i two„equal l
'thud =payments. .
—The aboyeidle r •is poitgiied to Octo ber I
71871 at 11.1o'clockA. . • •
J. G.. ARGIBTOINGBR.
Oat, 11„ 1971-3 w.
Beal - Estate - For
aND.LOT. pn Otato, street,
tirelj ablated throughout.
-OD style. Terrill easy. - • •
§tpie , pirpet, upon 1414 a lone&
4e,beleg ballb.- „
Ten lots'on:Neade 'Street. ' '
, 'sOFdnr'bnndre'd aerie of ilMbetbiad in Delmar.
Also, a epleadidldafry farm: in )Delmar, eon.;
taming 875,aaref.7 p?,quire of
Jitteli,t; WitlGUT.it BAILEt : I
thir aria aatohing - .,
_ ow , , •
DiiONE wit diepatoti: Ai 44
siado'from inoh-lumber. Can piing 24 'ache'
wide.- At liamilton'statenin millp'• on Bemmond
steokilP ! Taekeon'to!eneitip 4 Vo,g i sleo_nrlty.
laskson, ! Tune 21111V1-1P '
;• • • ; ; . _ ,
'."PENNSYLVANIA IiOUSE" -
ill LATllirktrown as the Townsend Houle
anU for a time occupied by D. Hall
, day, bite beeu.tboroughly, refitted, repair.
ed aud.opeeed by ,
,„ • !
• . 0 ,M: R. O'CONNOR.
i ; .1 •
who 1111 be kappy .to •seooliam6ditelbe old
blends o f the.boaseutveryvelsonable ratite. `,
.Ang.so, 181,1.4 P. ,i 2tj .M. D. 0, 110 NHOit?
, . .._ •
ILLAQt,' wt FOR BALE
rtgc A l i t)fi L oiber, ip nor, c offering-village" Yet
le in the,eiferiiipart' 'Of the' *Mese
On reatonithlolorant.`. Said lota, are , liege ranl
ffiletilly Rituals& , •
Also, about lao,edo foci of pine liatber for
iale, at Truman A Boina's mill, Wan/bora.
r„s/pt 1811. „ Ar:CAtlfit
THE BRIO Itilefi'Ziin the COUNTY.
, „ I . `l, , . ,
THE " CONR HOESII., It
r"ItRW;-' Itooics loge mid ‘ well. vatittlee•
, ted..l Aiaaniutodations-pot , in:onset : . bi
aszfitot,olese betel .1a : the s ”,7l(artherti
Tie'll. - BILL' no 'htiliet. 'thin' et ' eiteinid see
-tlitrd'titelsotele.l"?Loastioil,somei of Man itsit
1WA4 0 3 t Or , IFOTaffP• - - ' . ,:- 1. , I '
A good te 10, goo Itquoii, goolli °ides, a id L a
good hostler. A. B. GRAYBOrPtitiiti i
' `'''; ';-,• '''-, -
-. .,..1.44 .4,,, ,.. ,
,iiii,ll l -)•iti
. - , A.;;II 'F.:-F' it
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F-4 0 413 •
I= l 4 41 42
0 0 0
~ Y. d!):0:".'W, '..,.. .
~...;.-. \y,,...-ir&r , -;
' . - Mill,)110 , 11 : 190ds
; ;i : 7 VI 1 .,.ji ' ; `, ; l i !IN LI 't-1.-.:. ;+',.
0 /. t S L , e 1 . .. L, f . ~_‘ '' ' '' ,L, ;11 '''‘ '-:,
` grili . p. riwPifsmell# tiailhatfeeelved El forge
1 !.. Avi•ifiii)doiii4p)ii agliortoit of
MIIILINERY I i
Panay Goods, Parasols, Gloves,
which she hiatielDiigi &Uttar* lett pricer. Drip
In and see the new goods;:: .
90.,1101171-tf.i7. Mrs, p, P..SP4XTI
ELMO OADED SCHOOL
C—WINTHRS, :A. pi.,
B. HART, >krioeitross., ,• • • .
TAT, EDWARDS,c.B. E.
' 0.. WHIMPER; B. B.
= HARTZ ' ,_ E .
•it „KATE BOVIZOLDS; ,B 1.• E.
• 104. BTODIARD. B. E.
• ANNA..tititILLEITT, , :
- 0.11A8; 2 TH OMPSON "Prof. of , Drawthi.
Wes H.,W. TOD 1), Inst.,oo yoail 11(nole.
i-k(rreO to all rObideiite of tlierßOroitgb.)
‘O O 4 l llOXt Etiglieh 4%00. 4 -} Itigheks7oo• ' ;
ktaanab, tiCtinan, Vatin, - $1,00,' •
Italian, $2,410, Instrumental ;Oslo ...$lO,OO.
•Di7tlYifu W olaiumil, 4400; QO.
Oil Paintiag , y. t .... R ... .
Fall term optaileptomlorrell,lBll.
. or.to; ,v tgitoiliP,LT4.Heo s i.
- W,ellpb . orO4tis.-18,484;1,. L •
*' Yoitii l
. Dr. D..ll..Tlissel;-.Blyalciantin.Ohlef. of the
•Hospital Ship "Falcon," Quarantine, New York
Harbor, writes: "I have given your 'Parmuslit's
_convalescents in Hospital with;
goo4iesults, and bilieve them to be &sod
flo ereiweit adapted to all doses requiring
LouieerneStria." • • • . •
Such iallustestimony of.Physiolans. in triii7
-igation of the)Country... The:prejudice existing
against "patent. medleines generany je • removed,
and V anun'tialaas Birrzails accented by the
profetudonxii)4lol7loSu want long felt:: Price
One-Dollar per Bottle. , • I
' ' Oet 4, 187.1—;m• • •
- 7lrilfifiOLUXlON.—The 'partnership 'hereto
fore existing between row and Frank
daare.,ht thliday dislolyed.,by mutual bonsent..
The Vellsbaro Foundry will • hereafter be eon
*dilated by the subseriber, on his personal .carve.,
%Vho bookerM remain' at the counting - room of
the fottn&y;for thirty days, Imolai' .persons in:
delieed are requested to call and Nettle by cult
or imminent Anoto. ISAAO BEARS.
A October d s •18Tl. at ,
folloiving lecturers have been engaged
1, for the 'fermate Lecture Course for the en
suing seaecin: .
QUXNTETTE CLUB, Nov. 30,1841.
Gmonsa*WlLLlol-OURTIO, Fob. 12. ult.
AilltA D. DIORINSON.., t *Marcy 4,1892,
Patna:loa DOUGLASS . ;
EDWIN IL CHAPIN ' '
110 N. WILLIAM. PARSONS
PETROLEUM V. RABBI
GEORGE VARDAR/lOU .. ' .
HENRY WARD lIDEOIIia.
• M. P.. ELLIOTT, Pree't.
JOIIN I. MITORELL,
. HUGH YOUNG.
JEROME B. POTTER,
J. 11. BOSAR'D,
Sept 27,18f1 tf • Managers,
7 THE 'GREAT CAUSE
HUMAN ' MASE#Y .
Just ARNOW; tit a Scaled Bigwig& . .11* t- tr.
A Lecture on - the retire. Treattnent and Radical
Cure of Seminal Weakness, or Bp,ermatorrhcos, fugue-au
by Belf•abuse, Involuntary Ernie stony, Impotency, Nov
vous Debility, and Impediments to rifarriage generally;
Consort:Won, Epilepsy, and Pits; Mental and Physical
Incapacity, to.--By ROB. J. OULVERWELL, M. D.,
author of the Hdreen Book," to.
The World•renowned author, in this admirable Lee.
Lure, clearlyprovea from his own experience that tke
awful consequences of SalttAbnse "nay be effectually,
removed without ; inedlcipe r and without, dangerous
'surgical operation ; bonitos, instrwrienK rings; or
cordials, pointing out a mddcot care, at once certain
and effectual, by which every sufferer, nil matter what
his 'condition may be; may Cure himself cheaply;
privately. AMC radically. 'Tuts lee tura will prove; a
:boon to• thousands and thousands.
gentinder beef, in s plefis• enSelope to any address,
"receipt of six cent% or two postage stamps, by ad.
••••••• 0 44 the pnbgaberee
atanavraivs "Hardest , Guide, Pace
It? * " 1 4 1 : 8 :. 41 !.(ress the Publishers.
„;, :• •. , 011101.3. O. KLINE A 00.,
promulunwiiw Tern Post-Onlyenon 4,880. •
Combined Clover Thresher
THIS machine is run by eialat horses with
apparent ease, and, requires bte, few bands
to work. it. It has no complioatedhe nce
nO'breakagea atid'oonsoquent delayeana`b neo ..
sec No man can feed it faster than ' its abni,ty ,
to threshi separate,
hull and:alean in -a most
_thorough manner.rotstyle of finish and grttoe
'fal'sippearanee itlasto - equal: • It threshes the
,balls from the straw, separates the straw from
the chaff. bulls the seed from the pod and cleans
the seed for market all at one operation: Capa
city front 20 to 00 bushels of seed per day. ,
Manufactured by the; Birchen Manufacturing
Company, South Bend,-Indiana. For further
particulars, send to the manufacturers or their
agent for tha p iover , Leaf, a paper which giros
full particular's in regard to the maohina, and
has many valuable suggestions relative to the
raising of the clover crop. "Alpply to
Month of Mill Creek, Tioga co., Pa.
,llept 27, 1871 Sm, •, •
LETTERS OP ADMINISTRATION having
been granted to the nndersigned on the es-
Otte of Oliarles 11. Hertel, deaeased, late ,of the,
township WRlehmond, all portions indebted to
said eatate and those having claims against it
wiltsettlemith ' . iMARGARICT HERTEL,
Richmond, Sept 27,' 1871" et' 'Adm're.
OLN Institution to prepare youngnan for Bus.
muss. The graduates of this College arc
B ling commanding and lucrative positions in
nearly every city in the Union.
For circulars, containing full particulars, Spec
imens of Writing, College Bank Bills, Pen Draw.
log, so., encloie ten cents, and address
A. J. WARNER, Principal
Elmira, N. Y.
August 85,1871—5 m
Examination of Teaohers.
Mlxamiztatioll for those desiring to teach dur
-32,4 ing the ming year will be bold at
Liberty (Block House) Monday, Sept 25, 1871.
Union (Ogdeniiburg) Tuesday, " 26, "
Blosaburg, " 27, "
00Y4rigton nf- -,Thirsday, " 28, "
Chisles'lt(Whittey're) Friday,_ ft 29, "
MiddlebnryllteenyV'e) Saturday, ff 80, fi
'Brookfield (13/ R.B. B.) Monday, Oot. 2, ft
'Westfield Bar;, Tuesday, " 8, n
'clymer(Sabinsville) Wednes. ," 4, ".
'Chatham (Close S. IL) Ours: it
- Bikland ' • Fkida,y, "
Knoxville Saturday, " 7, et
Faruen (Campbell s. h.) Monday, 16,
Lawrenceville, Tuesday, " 17, ' • ft,
Jaekson (Millertown) Wednes. if 18,
-Rutland (Roseville) Thursday, " , 19, ft
Miinsburg '• Friday,' • ", 2(4( "
Mansfield (State N.) Saturday, 21, ft
Tioga Bor Monday,' - " 23, "
Wellsboro f 'Tuesday, - 24, "
Delmar (StonyKyrk) Wednes. it'
Gaines (Vermilyeas) ?May, " 27,
And th tare Saturdayt at Academ
Corners. Teachers will provide themaelies wit h
pen; ink and des: sheets of -loolsditp, payer.
lfixaminations will comaienee at 9'U n • School
*Dfriktbrs and iiirfsine 'generally' are earnestly
invited to attend
1 ;it larnomeni,
Sept 20,1871.4 w Co, Supt.'
$lO 000 .wor„tli,
Ob%GENTS , 'YOUTHS & BOY S orionum; for, sale
25 DOZ. CENTS. SHIR` S
fey, "gale=cheap i at !TAR
16. CASES OF
13oots and Shoe-
A full, lice of
-- A - new - and - desirable styles of
The Dress Goods
will be found very attractive, ar .it comprises many new a,
ble styles of Goods at prices thitt cannot fail te snit.
The public are invited to call and examine my meek , b
Widlaboro, Oet., 18, 1871.
New c2r.ociclia sat 1...50w 12
Dry Goods, Boots Sh
Heavy Sheetings, 10, 11, and 12k.
New Prints, 61, 10, , 12k.
Bleached itlnslinir fine , 12k- , 16,
Flannels, all kinds at less than value
Cloths and Cassimeres,
Ilandiome Dress Goods, 25 And 31c.
New Battens, extra quality, 75c.
Black Alpacas, 31, 37-i, 44, 50c. -
Hoop Skirts and Corsets, cheaper than ever.
Waterproofs, all Styles, •
Shawls, In Great Mari
Min's 2-Sole and Tap Fine Kip Boots,
" Tap Sole, A. H. Calf Boots, .;
" Tap Sole French Calf Boots,
" 2-Sole and Tap French Kip Boots,
Boys' half Double Sole Kip Boots, -
2-Solc, and Tap Fins Kip. Boots,
Youth's . Boots, - - . - -
Tide Entire Linn of Booti manufactured at J. Richardson's for us, on
by us In every reepeot as to former years.
Women's Coif Vamp Balmoral Slime;
Woman's Calf Vamp Polish shoes,
' •We carry an itICIMODIO strok of our regular makes. and exort ourselves t ,
growing We do not:intend to take the book traek'at this late day, but we pl
do as we itivertlso in:all cases, making ao olaime , thtt we cannot Carry out.
No. 3 Concert 111Biel
Oat 18, 1871.
just received, ipd , for sale cheap at RAE
Blankets and Rebe
every diagription jot received it,
justreceived and for sale 'cheap at HA
ov ammo, ARE BELLING
AT THE-LOWEST CASH: PRICE
TO BE 11017 ND IN THE -QOONTRY•
Mee The Price List :
Mime; and Children's :Work equally cheap.
Our entire line of LADIES' SEWED WORK, at equally low pr
1 ! ) E 1 '
2.75 & 3
2.25 & 2
keep put t
11 1 I