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TllK-TtMKS NEW ItLOOM FIELD,1 VA MAHCll 27, 1877.
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others who tuny be Interested In know
ing, we will state that the present circu
lation of The Times Is between eighteen
hundred and nineteen hundred copies
An Extra Session of Congress Is
called to meet June 4th.
Tun Pennsylvania legislature last Wed
nesday elected Don Cameron to succeed
his father as II, 8. Henator.
The Pennsylvania legislature has ud
Jtfurned until the first Tuesday In Jan
Hon. Ktanley Matiikwm has been
election U. S. Senator to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Henator
Sherman, of Ohio.
The President has decided to send a
commission of several prominent men
of both parties to Louisiana to Investi
gate the political situation and report
thereon. Vice President Wheeler will
be one of (he members.
The public trial of the seven dummies
Introduced upon the Market-street rail
way, drew thousands of people to that
thoroughfare Wednesday afternoon. The
cars started from the depot at 2 o'clock
P. M., and contained a number of Invit
ed guests. They did not scare the horses
upon the street, and the trial was emi
, Postmaster General Key, In answer to
questions of inquiryfrom u member of
Congress, says : " First, no postmaster
should be removed during his term of
four years except for cause. Second,
when a postmaster has served four years
and been a good olllecr, he Is only so
much the better qualified to serve four
years more. Third, when a postmaster
has served eight years, as our form of
" government is Republican, and he may
have become inattentive to his duties, It
is then but reasonable that his case, like
those of others, should be submitted to
the people for an expression of their
The Civil Service Rules.
. The following circular has been issued
at the War Department, under date of
the l',)th :
. The civil employees now in the ser
vice of the United States under the War
Department are hereby informed that
hereafter removals will be made in tills
Department for cause only, and promo
tions will be ordered upon the sole
ground of merit. Kvery olilelnl must
understand that retention and advance
ment in the service will depend upon
record of good behavior and efllcieney,
and not upon external influence. No
political test is required beyond un ear
nest support of the Constitution and its
amendments nnd a proper respect for
the rights of citizens guaranteed there
by. Industry and faithfulness in the
discharge of duty, a good moral charac.
ter and strictly temperate habits will be
required and enforced, and heads of
bureaus will report promptly any- caso
of idleness, neglect of duty, "incapacity,
drunkenness or any immoral or dishon
est conduct. In case of vacancy rexrt
thereof will bo made, accompanied by a
list of all the most reliable and elllclent
clerks in the same olllce, division or
bureau from which list the vacancy shall
George W. McChary,
Secretary of War.
It is understood that this plan will
control all the other departments, and
may be set down us the new civil service
rules, so far as they concern those that
are In office. The rules for those trying
to get ofllce will be promulgated in cir
cular order when agreed upon. .
. Sudden Decline in Real' Estate. ;
Wii.KKSiAKHK,Pa., March 20. Great
excitement was caused at twelve o'clock
last night among a large numberof fam
ilies who reside In the- vicinity tif what
is known ess the Diamond mine, one of
the largest and oldest collieries of the
IiCblgb and Wilkesliarre coal company.
For alKuit ten days past there have been
indications that a cave in might occur
at any time, and great fear has existed
that serious if not . fatal result would
follow if those living in houses built on
the surface directly over the mine should
continue to reside iu them. Last week
many families moved away, but a great
many more were left. The extent of
ground threatened by the disaster cover
ed about ten acres.
Last night the whole surface suddenly
dropped down from eight to ten Inches,
while In many places wide seams were
opened us If made by an earthquake.
Those who felt the shock arid went down
with their houses were terribly frighten
ed, and men, tfomen nnd children rush
ed out Into the cold, dark night to sepa
rate and fly In all directions. Fortu
nately no fatal consequences followed.
The mine, of course, cannot be enter
ed, ns apprehensions are felt that the
whole surface may drop further down,
although some miners are of the opinion
that the crush Inside is complete. The
damages cannot be estimated at present.
Steam Street Cart.
The Philadelphia Jtforth American
says: The steam cars built for the
Market-street Itnllway are palatial estab
lishments, and are destined to become
popular. Blx of them were constructed
in Troy, and one built by the Ualdwln
Locomotive Works of this city. The
inventor Is Lewis Ransom, who worked
Uwn the problem for twenty years. He
is now In Philadelphia, and will super
intend the trial of the " dummies'' to
morrow. President Morton has been
figuring extensively, and concludes that
he can make a saving of $3000 per year
upon every steam car run. The seven
cars will require twelve engineers, three
of whom are from Troy, and the rest
A Fatal Fall Down Stairs.
At an early hour on the l!0th Inst., It
was announced that Hon. Albert Haines,
State Senator from Preble county, Ohio,
had fallen down a basement stairway
in the night and had received Injuries
which had resulted fatally. It appears
that after the Democratic caucus he re
turned to his boarding house nnd entered
the room of some of his friends,; where
he remained until about midnight.
On leaving his friends he proceeded
toward his own room in another part of
the house, which Is a double one. In
stead of turning into the broad and open
hall, he turned into the fatal trap, a
narrow and unguarded stairway with l-
steps, and some 12 feet in depth. The
halls were all dark ; all was quiet. The
boarders hod all retired to their rooms,
and not until nextmorningwasanything
known of the accident. His neck was
broken and death must have been al
A Sad Case.
The following from the Jioston Jiitfo
tin, describes the estimation in which
the newspaper "dead-beat" is held by
the well-known evangelists Moody and
Sankey : "They had a tough subject in
the inquiry-room this . week. . Moody
wrestled with him, nnd Sankey sang
with him, but the man seemed to
despair of forgiveness. Finally Moody
asked him what heavy sin burdened his
mind, and he confessed to having beat
a newspaper publisher out of three
years subscription. The evangelist In
formed him that they did not profess to
perform miracles, but if ho would settle
up Ids dues, with compound Interest,
and pay for threeycarsmorein advance,
although they could not open the doors
of the church to him, perhaps he might
be snaked In under the canvas."
Alabama bus the. champion murderers.
In Talladega county, last Tuesday, the
sons of a Mr. Wilkes, residing near
Syllacuuga, were returning from the" vil
lage in company with another boy, and
when some distance from the school
house, the. boys became lnvolcd In a
quarrel, when the strange boy struck
down the elder bf the Wilkes boys.a lad
about 11 years of age, pounding him to
deuth. The younger Wilkes, about II
years of age, (ailed to the boy to stop
striking his brother, as ho had killed
bim. The boy paying no attention to
the request of young Wilkes, tho latter
pulled out his pocket-knife and stabbed
him in a vital part, killing him almost
instantly. None of the boys, It is said,
exceed 12 years of ugc.
Ity A gang or tramps, attracted to the
warm corner of a rolling mill iu Indian
apolis last Friday, began fighting among
themselves for the possession of a bottle
of whiskey. The foreman of the mill
ordered them out, nnd, on refusal, mar
shalled the mill Minds toenfore his com
mand. A pitched battle ensued with
such' missiles fts fragWnts of Iron,
boulders and pieces of slag, and the
tramps, numbering one hundred, nearly
drove the fifty mill hnnds off the prem
ises. After a bombardment or half an
hour the employees made a grand rally
and rush, and, despite the fact that tho
Interlopers were urmed with knives and
bludgeons, fairly swept them out. Quite
a number of 'severe injuries were In
flicted on lioth side.
. A Bold Robbery.
' Indianapolis, March, 21. At noon
to-day a stranger entered the Indiana
national bank of this city, carrying a
large box wrapped with paper and
fastened by cords. The attaches of tho
bunk were behind the counters but In
the rear pnrt of the room, and In plain
sight. The man deposited the box on
the floor, jumped upon It and reaching
over the counter railing grabbed n
number of packages of bills and made
his escape. The bank claims the loss to
be fully $21,000. A reward of $5,000 Is
offered for the arrest Of tho thief and
return of the nioncy.
Attacked by a Bull-dog.
A Cincinnati despatch of March 20th.,
says: " An English bull-dog of enor
mous size attacked a little girl who was
feeding him yesterdny, and began to de
vour her flesh. A police ofileer shot the
brute through the head. After he was
wounded the dog sprang upon the
officer and nearly threw him to tho
ground, and also bit the mother of the
child severely in the hand. The little
girl cannot live."
fr Governor Hubbard.of Con nectlcut,
has vetoed the bill giving members of
the Legislature a mileage of twenty-five
cents each way on the ground that it Is
In violation of the constitutional pro
vision against the Legislature increasing
its own pay. He also vetoed tho new
registry law on the ground that the
requirement that an elector shall be
made an elector anew when he removes
to another town Is an unconstitutional
interference with the franchise.
- i .
t3F"An extra freight train on the Hanni
bal and St.Joseph Railway went through
the approach to the Long Branch bridge,
six miles east of Cameron, Mo. The
locomotive and ten cars were wrecked.
Ira Green, the engineer, was instantly
killed. Kdwurd Conner, the fireman,
was mortally wounded, and Levi Itick
etts, the brakemau, was badly injured.
The approach had been burned during
the night. The fire is supposed to have
been caused by sparks from a previously
if When the time came for unmask
ing at a private masquerade party near
Troy one of the young lady guests would
not remove her mask until the order was
insisted upon. When she did obey it
was seen that she was just recovering
from an attack of small-pox. Since the
party the small-pox has been widely
scattered over West Troy and Port
Schuyler, and no less than forty persons
are now suffering from this loathsome
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
WAsirtKd'ro.N, D. J., March 20lh, 1877.
The Senate adjourned last Saturday, its
two last acts being to oonlli ni tbe Presi
dent's appointment of Hon. Fred. Douglass
to the cilice of Marshal for toe District of
Columbia, and to!smtboiize a committee to
investigate the legality of Grover's election
to the Senate. Tho committe was appoint
ed, money for its e.xputises appropriated,
aud is to sit during tbo tecuss. There is
lnuuh talk about au extra session, but
iiotliiniz dellnite is known iu icgnid to it.
The chief interests of the political world
are now concentrated upon the South Caro
lina nnd Louisiana governments. Delega
tions and petitions me continually pouring
iu upon President Hayes, but t li lib gentle
man does not iu the least commit himself,
although listening patiently and respect
fully to all oomplaints and grievances. He
simply replies that he shnll give tbe mat
ters referred to his most serious attention
and subject them to the fullest examination,
nnd that it is his intcntiou to have the af
fairs settled hs soon as pmoticable. The
questiou is to bo considered by the Cabinet
to-day and it is very generally believed that
a commission in an uuolliciul capacity, con
sisting of Vice President Wheeler, Mr.
Foster, of Ohio, possibly Stanley Matthews
arid probably some others, will go to New
Orleans to try to bring about a compromise
based on the reorganization of the Legis
lature and of tbe vote of governor by it.
Pending the efforts of the rival claimants
to settle the controversy it is thought by
many that tho extra sessiou of Congress
will be called late in May or tbe first of
The public of our city were treated last
week to a very enjoyable entertainment by
the Jews of Washington. They gave a
fair and festival for the benetit of the Adas
Israel congregation, aud the perfection of
its arrangements and execution has been
seldom, if ever, equaled here. There were
many ways and means devised to attract
patronage, but not tbe least efl'ective were
the handsome faces to be seen in their ball.
There were large numbers of children in
attendance upon the booths and tables, and
suoh beautiful children 1 I think none but
.Jewish children have such lovely faces. I
have never seen au ugly Hebrew child.
The' first thing I observed upon entering
the hall was a group of dolls, all dressed iu
deep mourning, the largest in widow's
weed, the others as children, nnd just be
fore them was little basket labeled,
"Help tbe widows and orphaus." Tbe
different, lodges of Israelites had booths
ranged about the sides of tbo hall, which
were tilled with every conceivable, variety
of fancy articles for sale. At one end was a
cake table the centre piece on which was a
huge pyramidnl cuke, frosted arid orna
mented lavishly, containing a gold ring.
This cake was rallied for and tickets to the
number of 130 sold for it. Another table
was loaded down with choice fruit, tempt
ingly arranged and tended by a sweet
faced, bright-eyed girl whom no one could
pass by. In the centre of the room was
the flower-stand, a very, bower of beauty,
mosses, plants, nosegays, baskets, bouquet
of ever size aud style, singing birds ir
cages, and all such ewnet and lovely things.
Hut the centre of art ruction was the Tele
graph and Post office, tbe windows and
doors of which were surrounded by an
ager crowd tbo whole time. Real wires
were in oomiection and a telegram received
from the Executive Mansion one evening
Yora President Hayes to the eflect that be)
and his family would atrsvl the fair next
evening, was exhibited om tho exterior of
the ofllce and Insured a full attendance for
the followlug night, their not gain wss
The Sabbath U gwlnff to be, it seems, a
sober, quiet day at the White House. Tbe
President makes It a point to do no busi
ness on Sunday that can be transacted as
well other days. Mrs. Hayes is a devout
member of the Methodist church and her
husband attends with iter. She kneels in
prayer, joins In congregational singing, at
tends class-meeting nnd conscientiously
performs all the sots of a faithful ehuroh
member. The Foundry churah hss been
decided upon no the place of worship of
the Presidential family, lustead of the
Metropolitan which was Grant's church, as
being nearer, nnd Mrs. Hayes prefers
walking to churob, thereby relieving her
servants and horses from Sunday duty.
M. M. V.
Miscellaneous News Items.
W At North Troy, Vt., Tuesday morn
ing, a seveie shock of earthquake, lasting
forty seconds, was felt.
Kinobtoh, Jamaica, March 20. An
earthquake visited thlg pnrt of the island
yesterday. . It caused great alarm but did
tW James Maloue, of Kaston, Pa., while
mentally deranged, hung himself on Mon
day a week at the Northampton county
Almshouse, near Nazareth, Pa.
t-.folin Scott, of Rockdale, Pa., Wed
nesday morning set fire to his bed while
smoking a pipe, and died from suffocation
before assistance arrived.
Montreal, March 21 Two children
were accidentally poisoned yesterday by one
Arohambault, a hotel keeper,, at I'oint-au-Trembles,
near this city. Tory died almost
Philadelphia, March 21. While fire
engine No. 23 was proceeding to a fire this
morning, it collided with a street oar at
Third and Walnut streets. Patrick King,
tbe driver, was thrown under the engine
and instantly killed. He leaves a wife and
tW Mr. John Miller, living near
Wynnvillc, in Ulunt county, Ala., was
most foully murdered in his own house tbe
other evening. He was literally chopped
to pieces with au axe. The incentive to
this horrible butchery is supposed to have
tW A. wbirwind passed over Thomas
comity, Ga., lately, which did great damage,
quite a number of residences blown down
and making a clean sweep of 100 to 800
yards. - Chickens were blown clean of
feathersrMrs. Harran was mortally wound
ed by falling timbers, and several persons
'" t3T An express messenger on the trait
from Mobile, wbiob Arrived there at 10. 15
on Saturday night a week, reports that at
Lookout station a man boarded the express
oar and presented a pistol at him. The
messenger made a rush at the man aud
received a ball in the hand, disabling him.
The highwayman then grabbed n $500
package, leaped from the car and escaped.
t3f At Lancaster, Ky., on Saturday a
week, O. C. Kennedy broke from the guard
which was taking bim to jail by order of
tbe court to answer a charge of murdering
his brother. Tbe prisoner fled to on old
house whore twenty-five men joined bim
and defied the authorities. The guard fired
on the house and wounded one man. One
hundred men now surround the house and
are trying to starve out the occupants.
tW At Egypt, Lehigh county, the Re
publicans fired an anvil over the Inaugura
tion of Hayes. Tbe Democrats, for spite,
fired a large one, and after both sides
firing for some time tbe Republicans
borrowed a huge anvil from a Democrat
and out-boomed their opponents. After
ward a fight took place, iu which tbe Re
publicans were victorious. Five or six
men were badly beaten.
Chicago, March SO. A driving snow
fell during the entire afternoon, blockaded
the streets to travel except in tbe beaten
tracks, which were partially cleared by
snow plows run by tbe street car companies.
On tbe sides of the streets snow is piled vp
three or four feet bigb, and street oars run
with great difficulty. The air to-night is
moist and the snow heavy, and a rain storm
and a flood are not among the improba
bilities. Rain in heavy showers is reported
in the southern and ceutral portion of the
state. Telegraphic communication is badly
interrupted in all direction.
C3T" A man named Enos McDonald, in
blasting rock, was struck by a premature
blast while be was stooping over it. A
pieoe of rock struck him in tbe forehead,
shattering the skull, and driving the pieces
into bis brain, leaving a bole as large as a
silver dollar in his forehead. He was
carried to bis house, and Dr. O'Brien,
assisted by Dr. Chamberlain, removed all
tbe pieces of bone from his brain. His
brain can be distinctly seen and tbe
pulsation of tbe blood vessels noticed
through the opening in bis forehead. He
is perfectly consoious and intelligent, and
hopes aro entertained of bis complete re
covery. Dyspepsia Dyspepsia Dyspepsia.
Dyspepsia is the most perplexing of all hu
man ailments. Its symptoms aro almost in
finite in their variety, and the forlorn and
despondent victims of the disease often fancy
themselves the prey, in tarn of every known
malady. This is due, in part to the close
smypathy which exists between the stomach
and the brain, and in part also to the fact that
any disturbance of the digestive function
necessarily disorders the liver, the bowels and
the nervous system, and effects to some "ex
tent, the quality or the blood.
- E. F. Knnkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is sore
enre. This is not a new preparation, to be
tried and found wanting, it has been prescribed
dally for many years in the practice of emi
nent physicians wilb unparalleled success ; It
Is not expected or intended to cure all the
diseases to which the human family is sub
ject, but is warranted to cure Dyspepsia In Its
most obstinate form. Knnkel's Bitter Wine
of Iron never falls to care. Symptoms of
Dyspepsia are lost of appetite, wind and rising
of the food, dryness of the month, heartburn,
distension of the stomach and bowels, const!-
atlon, headache, diuiness, sleeplessness and
ow spirits. Try the great remedy and be con
vinced of its merits. Get the genuine. Take
only Knnkel's which Is pntonly In $1 bottles.
Depot 59 North Ninth St., Philadelphia. Ad
vice by mail free, by sending a 8 cent stamp.
Try one bottle of Knnkel's Iron and be con
vtneed of Its merits. Sold by drnpglets and
Worms I Worms! Worms I
Removed alive. Tape worm removed alive'
In from two to three hours, with vegetable
medicine. Head and all passing from the sys
tem alive. No fee till head passes. The Doc
tor never falls to remove Tape, Beat, Pin and
Stomach Worms. Ask your druggist for a
bottle of Knnkel's Worm Byrop. Price, fl.
per bottle. It never faltB, or send to Dr.
Knnkel, 29 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia,
Pa., for circular with full Instructions, by en
closing 8 eent stamp for return of same.
Knnkel's Worm Byrup Is naed for children or
adults with perfect safety, as it is vegetable.
Buy It and try It. 104t
Spring Ims come, snd
we are ready for It, with
the Mnest assortment of
Keady Made OlothliiK
ever offered In Ameh-iia.
Our good represent
the latest New York
Styles, and nnr twentv
tlve years' experience In
Is sultlclent guarantee
for fit and workmanship.
YATFS & CO.
YATK8 & CO.
YATES & CO.
YATK8 s) CO.
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EL KG ANT
B'lylngall our (foods
for Cash, and possessing
(treat facilities for man
ufacturing, enables us ts
sell so remarkably low.
Every ealler. whether
Intending to buy or to
merelylook at our goods
Is treated In the same
polite and cordial man
CHESTNUT St. Cor.fittl
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Our Children's Depart
ment, with a special en
trance on Sixth Street
for Ladies, is stocked,
with a rich assortment
of fresh and elegant
goods at prices lower
than the lowest.
A.C. YATES & COMPANY.
AN ACQUISITION to fha business of Phila
delphia, was the establishment of the large -clothing
house of A. C. Yates Si On., In the Pub
lie Ledger Building, corner of 'With and Chestnut)'
streets, about the time of tlteopening of the Cen
tennial Exposition. For tweirtyiwe years loca
ted In Syracuse, N. Y., where they have- a large -Wholesale
Store, aud a Manufactory in, which im
mense quantities t the tinest clothing are- annu
ally made, they were attracted to acity which had
the enterprise to Inaugurate and successfully
conduct the greatest Exhibition of the World's
Industry ever seen. And they have pursued the
same policy here whloh won them tune and for
tune In Syracnse. They have the best goods that
can be made at the lowest prices. They have but
ONE PRICE, guarantee every garment to be Just,
as represented, and satisfy every reasonable cus
tomer. With ample means, long experience, and
the best reputation for fair dealing, and a large
and increasing business, this house Is already one
ef the landmarks of Philadelphia, and is well
known as tub place where every purchaser in
sure to get the worthof his money. 12 3m
Notice Is heieby given that the following As
signee Recounts have been Died In the Prothono
tary ofllce and will be presented to the court for
connrrnatiou.OR Wednesday the 11th ot April
next, where all parties may attend if they think .
proper, to wit :
1. The rst and partial account of A. B. Uroshi
and W. R Htambaugh, Assignees under deed oti
voluntary assignment for the benefit of creditors
of Ueorgs U. Martin.
2. The first and final account of Andrew 8.
Whlteket.tle and Samuel Market Assignees of Ml.
cha)l Uailor, of Saville township, Perry county.
Pa., under deed o( voluntary assignment for the"
benefit of creditors.
1. The account ot Perry Kreamer assignee ot
Ephralm Russell, of Greenwoed twp., Ferry Co.,
Pa., and Martha his wife. In trust for the benefit
of the creditors of the said Ephralm Russell under '
a deed of voluntary assignment, Executed the
lirst day of April, 1875.
Frothonotary's ofllce, Bloomlleld.
March, 10, 1877. D. MICKEY. Proth'y.
Continental, Security New Jersey Life-;
And other doubtful Insurance Companies,
The New England Mutual
(Chartered 1835) offers special terms for reinsu
rance, Marston & Wakelin.Gen. Agts., 1.18 9.4th
St., Philadelphia. r .- 10 d U.
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