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THE TIMES, .NEW, 11L00JI FIliLP, PA., A1TUI, 10, 1877.
New Bloom fletd9 April . 10, 1877.
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For the Informntlon of advertiser-sand
others who may he Interested In know
Ing, we will state that the present circu
lation of Tnrc Times Is between eighteen
hundred and nineteen hundred copies
The election In liliode ImIuikI litis
resulted in the complete success of the
entire Hcpublicuu Htate ticket, an event
that has not occurred there for the past
Tun Phesidext has issued an order
for the withdrawal of the U. N. troops
from the Btate house iu Bouth Carolina.
The order goes into efTect to-day at noon.
This virtually places the Hampton gov
ernment into power.
Mccit inteuent attaches to the ex
periments by which the practical work
ing of the newly-invented instrument
the telephone were demonstrated last
Monday night, in Philadelphia, an- op
erator in the Western Union oftlce, at
Tenth and Chestnut streets, performing
a number of airs for the delectation of
an audience in Steinway Hall, in New
York. The test Is reported as hav
iug been an entirely successful one.
The Methodist Conference which con
vened last week at Lynn, Mass., believe
in having i say on political affairs judg
ing from the following resolution which
was almost unanimously passed.
Resolved, That we protest most earnest
ly against the action of the new admin
istration in making terms with the chief
of the ku-klux and instigator of the
Hamburg massacre, M. C. Butler, and
still more earnestly do we protest against
the olllcial recognition by the adminis
tration of that arch enemy of the re
public, who long since ought to have
lieen hung for treason, Wade Hampton,
of Kouth Carolina, and who now bv
threats and intimidation under the very
roof of the White House, as well as oil
, railroad platforms and in other public
places defies the government and bullies
the President into compliance with his
traitorous and wicked usurpations.
Too Much 'Water.
The recent storm had the effect of
flooding, the Southwestern portion of
Chicago to an extent equal -to about
seven miles square. The water, which
the sewers and drains could not carry off
with sufficient rapidity rose in some
cases to the first stories, driving from
the houses people who are now obliged
to make their way about in boats im
provised from floating timbers. The
damago is very great in that section
. West of Western avenue and Bouth of
Harrison street, and far out into the
country. The- water Monday after
noon receded somewhat, but it will be
several days before it leaves entirely.
No lives have been lost so far as heard
The damage inside the city limits is
small compared with that done to farm
ing lands along the Chicago and Alton
Railroad and the Desplanes canal. The
water iu the canal, which Is six feet
higher than the ordinary level, has
broken through in several places and
flooded the low lands for miles to the
South and East of the railroad.
, A Strange Railroad Accident.
Danville, Va., April 1. Last night,
about twelve o'clock, as a heavy freight
train was approaching a bridge over Dif
ficult creek, in Halifax county, Va., on
the Richmond and Danville railroad, an
Infuriated bull jumped upon the track
and showed light. The engineer discov
ered tho animal, put on the brakes and
blew tbu whistle to frighten him off.
The bu'J, with mane and tail erect,stood
firm t nd waited the upproach of the
As the train was advancing slowly the
cowcatcher of the engine mounted the
bull just as it was entering the bridge,
throwing the engine off the track and
precipitating it with great force on the
trestlework, which in an instant gave"
way, and the engine, tender and six
freight cars went through witli a terrific
By a miracle the fireman escaped with
some severe injuries, but Engineer Kid
well was nearly crushed to death, though
he still survives. The brakeman who
was on the roof of the first freight car
ttlso miraculously escaped by running
back and stepping from the rear of tho
lck car as it toppled over into the
In a moment after the crash the boiler
of the engine exploded and the bridge
and cars caught fire ond soon the sur
rounding country was Illuminated by
the flames from tho burning wreck.
The engineer was happily rescued by
the train bands before the flames reached
him, but he Is certain to die from his
The bridge, which was over 120 feet
long, was totally consumed. The en
gine Is dismantled and worthless except
for old iron, and the loss in cars and
freight will stand the company $3,000.
The scene to-dny presents an appear
ance of ruin and disaster quite as com
plete though not bo terrible as Ashta
bula. Vho is She?
Pottstown, Pa., April 3. Ono day
last week a middle aged woman, calling
herself Baroh L. B. Walker, arrived at
the Hughes House, Phcnnlxville, and
registered from Bridgeport, Connecticut.
She was poorly and strangely clad, but
from her conversation appeared quite
intelligent. On Thursday last she re
turned to the hotel nfler a tramp through
town, during which she disposed of a
number of stencil plates. This appear
ed to be her occupation. ; Bho was suffer
ing severely, and a physician being sum
moned, lier disease was found to be con
gestion of the lungs. She still contin
ued to grow worse from that time till
Saturday evening, when, while sitting
on a chair, she fell forward -with her
face upon a bed, and being too weak to
rise she thus expired. Her clothing was
found to be very scanty and filthy, and
her person swarmed with vermin. In
her two thin, ragged skirts were sewed
up nine bank books showing deposits in
various Connecticut banks as well as a
number of certificates of stock in the
same. A document was also found
showing that she had paid off a judg
ment which had been a lien on a furni
willed her by her mother. These papers
show her to have been worth at least
$18,000. Tho public authorities of
Bridgeport have been telegraphed to con
cerning the mysterious woman.
A Will and T Pot of Gold.
In the year 1805, just after the break
ing up of the Confederate army, a young
soldier of Joe Shelby's command, ac
companied by his futher, arrived in
Corslcana. The old gentleman had
with him a lai;e sum of money in gold.
After providing liberally for his sonrwho
was then on his way to Mexico, the old
gentleman, whose name was Bently
Irving, sadly and sorrowfully journey
ed back to his home in Charleston coun
ty Missouri. The son remained abroad
until a short time since, when, upon the
receipt of letters, and his father's last
will and testament, together with the
announcement of his death, he returned
homo. It seems that the old gentle
man had enclosed a brief description of
the spot ou Richmond Creek where he
had taken the precaution to hide his
treasures for the benefit of his absent
boy. After a mournful visit to the deso
lated homestead in Missouri, the young
man came on here, and soon found tho
treasure a pot of gold amounting to
nearly $8,000, exactly in the spot de
scribed in Lis father's directions. Gal
A Married Woman's Note.
An Allegheny county farmer recently
purchased a little knowledge of the law,
for which he paid an extravagant rate.
He loaned a married woman fifty dol
lars, taking her promissory note for the
amount. When tho note fell due, the
maker refused to lift It. The holder
brought suit, and learned, to his sur
prise and chagrin, that the document
was not worth the paper upon which it
was written, as the woman's husband's
signature was not appended to it. It is
a risky thing to ask that farmer any
questing concerning the value of a mar
ried woman's personal property. He's
Little Charlio Ross.
Last Wednesday Mr. Christian K.
Ross was at police headquarters, New
York city, making inquiries regarding a
boy answering the description of his
son, at San Francisco. Correspondence
by telegraph passed between Superin
tendent Walling and the San Francisco
authorities relative to the matter. There
is said to be strong hopes that this child
may prove to be the proixr one. Mr.
Ross still .believes that little Charlie
lives, aud has not given up all prospects
of finding him.
A Bank Robber's Rare Ingenuity.
It has just been found out how Brown
the would-be lwink robber at New Lon
don, Conn., intended to get the safe's
contents. He had removed the dial and
cap-plate and had drilled a hole through
the door 60 as to be able to read the com
bination. All that would ' be necessary
would be a screw-driver and two combi
nation wires, 15 minutes would do the
business, and the Wnk officers would
remain in blissful Ignorance in regard to
the method pf the Job. Only a peculiar
concurrence of circumstances prevented
m-- . ,
A Terrible Tragedy.
On Thursday last a dispute arose be
tween the partners In tho firm of Jewett
& Co., White Lead manufacturers iu
New York city, during which a hand
grenade was exploded and several pistol
shots were fired resulting In the Instant
death of Mr. Ueorge W. Jewett and the
wounding of Orville Jewett and another
partner ; named Dean. Qrvllle Jewett
died that night and the post-mortem ex
amination resulted in finding four pistol
bullets In his body. Whether they were
fired by one of the other partners or by
himself is as yet a mystery and will re
main so unless Mr. Dean can give some
solution of the afl'air. At present he is
in too feeble a condition to converse with
any one and the coroner's inquest was
adjourned till he was able to be examin
ed. His physicians think his wounds
will not prove fatal. It Is as sad an afl'air
as ever occurred. The Jewett firm was
one of the oldest and wealthiest concerns
in that business.
C2T There was a curious comedy of
errors that came near being a tragedy at
San Francisco, recently. A sailor re
turned from sea, aud found his young
wife fondling a baby. Without giving
her a chance to say that the child was
a neighbor's he knocked her down, and
then tried to throw her from the win
dow. A crowd gathered below, aud the
man stabbed his wife in the back,
and jumped from tho window, unhurt.
But some of the crow'd had entered the
house, and, going to tho wrong room,
awokea sleeper who emptied his revolver
on them, but was dragged to the street,
and was just being hanged to a lamp
post, when the mistake was ascertained,
though not before a rib or two was
broken by the mob. The woman was
not much hurt, and Is anxious to have
her husband find his mistake and re
turn. KrOn last Friday night Thomas
Powell, who was confined in Jail at
West Union, Doddridge county, accused
of the murder of Thomas Burton, was
released from jail by a court heretofore
unknown to the jurisprudence of this
State. The jailor and several other per
sons got together at the jail and drank
freely. They became so hilarious and
reckless that they gave Powell a part in
their drunken spree, and at length they
determined to organize, a court and try
him for the crime with which he stood
charged. Accordingly, one was made
judge and another prosecuting attorney,
and the trial commenced. After giving
him a hearing, Powell was adjudged not
guilty, amid much hilarity, and the door
of the Jail thrown open to him, and ho
was allowed to go. The Sheriff has been
searching for him, and a reward of $50 is
offered for his arrest. The jailor has
been arrested for releasing Powell.
CSTMrs. Sarah B. Pettlngill, M. D.,
the oldest female medical practitioner in
Philadelphia, died suddenly last Thurs
day evening. She entered a street car
and took a seat in the corner. Nothing
unusual was noticed by the conductor
or passengers, until the car readied
Third street, when the conductor asked
her where she wanted to get out, and
receiving no reply, laid his hand upon
her shoulder, thinking that she was
asleep, and tried to wake her. It was
then discovered that she had died, and
appareptly without a struggle. Tho car
was full of passengers when Bhe died.
iJiT Some of the idle employees of the
Roading Railroad company have queer
Ideas as to the proper method of se
curing work. A note enclosed In an en
velope, recently picked up in Reading,
threatens that the shops of the Phila
delphia and Reading Railroad company
"shall be In ashes if all hands are not
employed in a month." If the police
do their duty, the writer of this in
cendiary epistle will soon be busily em
ployed In defending himself in a court
Miscellaneous News Items.
tST George Kimball, no old roan of
Dalton, IN. II., while druuk recently,
beat his wifo to death with a stick of
tSfOn Tuesday, about ono o'clock,
Aaron Ih'iggs, aged fifty-four, foil down a
flight of staiis at Allegheny aud sustained
injuries which caused death in ten minutes.
OP At St. Louis, on Tuesday, the water
in the river rose over two and a half feet.
Merchandise and other property was re
moved from tho levee to places of greater
tW All the ex-piiaouera of tho war
throughout the Uuited States are invited
to attend the fourth Annual lieunion of tho
National Union of A udersonville Survivors,
at Hartford, Couu., on the l!)th iust.
fSfState Senator Alexander B. Cochran,
of Staunton, was stricken with paralysis,
last Monday, iu the Virginia Senate
Chamber while making a speech. His
condition is believed to be critical.
tW More than one-half of the business
portions of Monroeville, Ohio, was destroy
ed by flio on Sunday tilglit a week. Tho
total Iorb is estimated at 175,000, about
one-half insured. Tho Franklin, North
America and Fire Association Companies, ,
all of Philadelphia, are involved. Mnti
roovillelsln Huron oonnty, Ohio,? sixty
miles west oi Clevelaud.
VB The resldcnoe of Henry Beilly at
Creditlon, Ontario, (Can.), was destroyed
by firs on Monday a week. Three children,
nged respectively 0, 7 and 8 years, were
burned to death. . , I 1
tW In New York on Tuesday night the
clothing of Lucy Freemnn, aged 10 years,
was set on fire by an unknown man, who
escaped arrest. The girl was badly burnod
and died the next day.
matter-of-faot Justice of the peace
married a couple in the shortest time on
record recently. "Did you como to bo
married? be asked. "Yes." "Go out)
you are married."', And they wont out
wondeiingly. ' . I
t3T At Skinner's Eddy, Wyoming oo.,
Pa., a few days ago, Andrew Champion, a
young man, shot his wife and then killed
himself. The cause is said to have been
her refusal to live with him because he bad
no work. . , ,
fWD. B. lioynon.a rolling-mill employee
at Tamaqua, had tho clothing entirely
stripped from bis body recently In con
sequence of his coat tail becoming caught
upon a fly wheel. He narrowly esonped
IS?" A boiler explosion occurred at the
Gobs well No. 0, near Edenbtirg, on Fri
day a week, and huge pieces of the boiler
were hurled in every direction, but for
tunately did no damage,
tW By the falling in of a two-story
brick house at Alexandria, Va., on Sunday
a week one of two brothers sleeping in a
bed wus killed. Two ladies were severely
hurt, and a crippled son of one of the
occupants of the house was badly bruised.
The wifo and daughter of Joseph
Hamburg were badly burned by an explo
sion of gas in their house at the Diamond
Mines, near Wilkesbarre, on Saturday a
week, Adoep fissure extends into the
ground near the mouth of the shaft, and
at one point the dwelling stauds over thi s
crack in the surface. ' .
t3?"TbiH Ib the way the Courier -Journal
puts it : A deputy marshal recently shot
at a negro, whom ho was trying to arrest,
and slightly wounded a Miss Hoam. The
negro happened to be near the young lady,
and of course tho marshal . thought the
form he was shooting at was his'u instead
KT" The failure of A Friedlander, a
prominnut grain operator of San Francisco,
was announced Wednesday. Mr. Fried
lander states that iu case he can collect the
amount due him his unsecured iudebtdness
will be about f 000, 000. As nearly as he
can judge from the present condition of
affairs, his indobtdnnss is entirely local and
affects but few persons or firms, i
EST Lillio Bullock, daughter of Thomas
P. Bullock, of Coucord, in this county,
disappeared mysteriously from her home
on Friday last. Her father supposed her
to bo at school, and did not concern himself
about her until evening. No trace what
ever of her has since been learned. She is
about niuo years old, complexion light,
blue eyes and light hair. Any information
concerning her will be thauk'fully received
by her father at Elnra. Delaware Co.,
E.l Knnkel'g Hitter Wine of Iron.
It has never been known to fall In the cure of
weakness attended with symptoms indisposition
to exertion, loss of memory, dllllculty of
breathing, weakness, horror of disease, night
sweats, cold feet, weakness, dimness of vision,
languor, universal lassitude of the muscular
system, enormous appetite, with dyspeptic
symptoms, hot hands flushing of the body,
dryness of tbe Bkin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, eyelids, frequent black
spots flying before the eyes, with suffusion and
loss of sight, want of attentiou, etc. Sold
only In (l bottles. Get the genuine. Dopot
and office, 25'J North Ninth Bt.. Philadelphia.
Advice free. Ask for E. F. Kunkel's Bitter
Wine of Iron, and take no othor make. Uen
u I no sold only in (1 bottles.
Nervous Debility! Nerrons Debility.
Debility, a depressed irritable state of mind,
a weak, ncrvouB, exhausted fooling, no energy
or animation, confused head, weak memory,
the couBeqneaces of - excesses, mental over
work. This nervous debility Unds a sovereign
cure in E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron.
It tones the system dispels the mental gloom
and despondency, and rejuvenates tbe entire
system. Bold only la $1 bottles. Get the
genuine. 8old by all druggists. Ask for E. F.
unkol's Bitter Wine of Iron, and take no
other. Genuine sold only In $1 bottles, or six
bottles for 95. All I ask is a trial of this'
valuable medicine. It will convince the most
skeptical of its merits.
Never Falling Worm Syrup.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm 8yrop never falls to
destroy Pin, Beat and Stomach Worms. Dr.
Kunkel is the only successful physician who
removes Tope Worms in two hours. Head
and all complete alive, and no fee till head
passes. Common sense teaches If Tape Worms
can be removed, all other worms ctn be readily
destroyed. Bond for circular to Dr. Kunkel,
259 North Ninth 8t., Philadelphia, Pa., or ask
your druggist for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm
Byrup. Price fl per bottle. It never fulls.
Used by children or grown persons with perfect
safety. 14 lm
A Certain Headache Cure.
A harmless vegetable preparation, and the
dlsoovery ol phsiclan, the Victor Headache
Fowder has been proven a positively sure cine
for the most dlstiessliiRcaRes of Blck or Nervous
Headache, Morning sickness and Neuralgia, a
single powder actually curing In ten minutes
when all other means fall. We have had A won
derful experience with it, and the ten cent trial
pack can be had by addressing the proprietors,
J. It. HlilSLEK Si CO., Balem N. J., who will
cheerfully mail them postpaid, and of Druggist
everywhere and It Is with well merited conlldenco
they are ottered as a thorough cure for all dis
tresses ol the head. 8 ly
tSf White, smooth and soft any lady's
hands, arms or neck may become, who uses
Glenn's Sulphur Soap. Pimples or other dis
flgurmento of a cooiplexional nature, are
surely obliterated by this healthful promoter
of beauty. Depot, C'rlttenton's No. 7 Sixth
Avenue, N. V. Hill's hair & Whisker Dye,
black or brown 60cts. HAv
I will mall the recipe for preparing a
simple VEiiurAM.u Bai.m that will leinova Tan,
FUKI'KLKrt, l'lMl'LKS aud Bi-otciiks, leaving
the Bkin soft, clear sud beautiful) also Instruc
tions (or producing a luxuriant growth of hair
on a balu head or smooth face. Address, en-clos-iiK
IU cents, HEN. VANDIiLF & CO., Box
S121, No. 6Wuoster St., New York. 10a",2 enios.
Our (roods represent
the latest New York
Styles, and our twenty
five years' experience in
Is sulllcient RimrHiit.ee
fur fit and workmanship.
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livery caller, whether
Intending to buy or to
merely look at our goods
Is treated In the same
polite and cordial milliner.
Bprlne; lifts' enmn, and
we are ready for It, with
tbe II nest assortment of
Kendy Made Clothing
ever offered In Amkh-ka.
Buying ftll our (toods
for Cash, and possessing
great facilities for man
ufacturing, enables us to
sell so remarkably low.
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Bt, Cor. fit h
Ht. Cor. tun
St. Cor. 6th
St. Cor. fit li
St. Cor. fith
Ht. Cor. fith
St, Cor. 6th
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St. Cor. 6tli
Our Children's Depart
ment, with a special en
trance on Sixth Street
for Ladles, is stocked
with a rich assortment
of fresh and elegant
goods at prices lower
limn the lowest.
A. C. YATES & COJS1PANY.
Notlco Is heiehy given that the following As
slgnee accounts have been filed Mi the Prothono
tary olllce and will be presented to the court for
coiillrnintlun.OR Wednesday the lltli ol April
next, where all parties may atfeud If they think
proper, to wit:
1. The first and partial account of A. 13. Grosh.
and W. H. BUmbaugh, Assignees under deed of
voluntary assignment for the benefit ot creditors
ol George H. Martin.
2. The first and final account of Andrew S.
Whltekettleand Samuel Markel Assignees of Mi
child (iflllor, of Haville township. Perry county.
Pa., under deed of voluntary assignment for the
benefit of creditors.
1. The account of Perry Kreamer assignee of
Ephralm Kussell. of Greenwood twp., Perry Co.,
Pa., and Martha his wife. In trust for the benefit
of the creditors of the said Ephniim Kussell under
a deed ot voluntary assignment, Executed the
first day of April, 1875. .
Prothonolary's ofllce, Bloomtleld.
March, 10, 1877. D. MICKEY, Proth'y.
20 Ladles' Favorite Cards all styles, with
name inc. Postpaid. J. If. HL'STED, Nassau,
ltens. Co., N. Y. 14dlw
"fTJI YOU will agree to distribute somenf our
JLXj circulars, we will send youaCHKOMO
IN GILT KUAM K and a 16 page, lit column illus.
trated paper, 1KKE for 3 months. Inclose 10
cents to pay postage. Agents wanted. KEN
DALL & CO., Boston, Mass. Ud4w
WITH A COLD 18 ALWAYS DANGEROUS.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
a sure remedv for COUGHS, and all diseases of
the THKOAT, LUNGS, CHEST and MUCOUS
l'ut Up Only in Tiltie Boxes.
SOLD BY ALL DKUGGI8TS. 14d4w
C. N. CKITf ENTON, 7 SIXTH AVENUE, New York.
A Month. AGENTS WANTED on our
THKKE OK EAT J BOOKS. The
STOKY OF G'HAHLEY KUSS.
A full account of this Great Mystery, written by
his Father, be its Hohlnson Crusoe in thrilling In
terest. She Illustrated HAND BOOK to all re
ligious, a Complete Account of all denominations
and scets. 3uu illustrations. Also the Iadie9'
medical guide by. Dr. Pancoast. 1(10 illustrations.
These books sell at sight. Main and Femalo
Agents coin money on them. Particulars free.
Copies by mall 2 each. John K. Potter & Co.,
Philadelphia. 14 d It.
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
W We want 500 more first-class Sewing Ma
chine Agents, 500 men of energy and ability to
learn the business of Selling Sewing Machines.
Compensation Liberal, but varying according to
Abllf ty.Cliaracter and Qualifications of the Agent.
For Particulars, Address.
Wilson bewing Machine to. Chicago,
827 8T9 Broadway, New York, or New Orleans,
I noticb. w tty tn
lnrffcst and beat willing
But Holier r I'M k i n tl i
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Jewelry. Complete Mmnie perkera, with element tfold-pleteil
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Bnttf-nt, Erasing Blot. Ac. 81 le of a common pencil, L
hfttvliy nickel plated, and will lent a lifetime. Agente arer
rolnlng money and aaj It ta the beat eelllng article out.
Bumple 25 centa, Htx for $ Extraordinary Inducement
to Agauts. Bond fur sampie half dozen and eanraae your
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. El y&Af 8TATIONERT PArKAORf , and SIX "t
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pace heed and Bulb Cataloeue, containing 2 col
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Hulbslo cts ; f I. per doz. It. per lt1. ,
12 Fine Large Flowering Bulla of all colom.and
the above Catalogs for 76c. These otters w 111 Kot
appear again, therefore address at ouee.
(Mention this paper.) W. 11. Kcu, Kochestor,
flew York. March
0W IS THE TIME TO PLANT.
To plant FRUIT TKEF.8 and GRAPE VINES.
They will yield 50 per cent, more prollt tun than
ordinary crops, and pay for llieumelves the Hist
year they bear.
IT DON'T PAY
To plant peor, dried-out stock, brought (rom a
long distance and sold by au Irresponsible agent,
whose only interest is to buy as cheap as he can,
rojuaidlcsa oi qualify or condition, Vou ou
OET THE VEST
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