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THE TIMES, NEW BL00MF1ELT), PA., MAY tt 1877.
Kew Jiloomflctd, May 1, 1S77.
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latlon of The Times Is between eighteen
hundred and iiineteeii hundred copies
Parson Hkowni.ow died at his resl-
deuce In Knoxvllle, Tenu., on Sunday.
At A pihk In Montreal on Hunduy
morning nine Ureinen were killed and
a number of others wounded by falling
has been declared between Kus
tia and Turkey, and the 11 wt battle has
Iteen fought. The Turks claim to be
victorious in this ekirmiHli. The pres
ent indications are that England and
Austria will be drawn Into the war, and
erhBps other European nations. At
any rate all are making preparations for
the worst and the consequence is that
thousands of producers will bo turned
Into consumers, thereby causing a mar
ket for the supplies of the United Htates.
IjAst week a company of scientific
gentlemen called on the President, and
after much preliminary conversation on
general and scientific toplcs,they brooch
ed the subject of appointments and
urged the merits, enlarging upon the
qualifications of their candidate for the
office of Commissioner of Agriculture.
The President heard them through and
then mildly Inquired If they could In
form him when Commissioner Watts
(the present Commissioner of Agricul
ture) intended to resign. No, they could
not, they had no information on that
subject. "When you hear of his resigna
tion" said the President, "come over
and see me again." Exit savants, bow
ing solemnly, with mysterious looks of
enlightenment among themselves.
TriKliKADIXO KAILltOAD COMPANY
is making ft gallant fight with the
Urotherhood of Engineers, and so far
the Indications are that the company
will be successful. We could never see
the propriety of any secret organization
trying to dictate to the owners of the
capital which furnishes the employ
ment as to who should and who should
not be in their service.
, If any person does not like the wages
he gets or the rules of the compauy, it
is his privilege to seek other employ
ment, but he has no right to interfere
with those who wish to take his place.
The strike of hands on a railroad is an
interference with the public who use the
road, and who are entitled to an as
surance that the published schedule of
a road will bo faithfully adhered to.
Tho Heading company aro trying to
protect the public from the dangers of
such an outrage as has - been inflicted
upon those dependent upon several
other roads In the year past, and for so
doing will ' receive the thanks of the
railroad travelers every where.
Ouu "Washington Correspondent
says : There is much distress in Wash
ington just now, because of the whole
sale discharge of employees In the
Treasury which took place the 18th
ult. Over three hundred were dismissed
and there are further removals yet to be
made. This process of weeding out the
unnecessary employees of an over
crowded Department, is always painful
iu Washington, it is unusually so be
cause It throws so many out of employ
ment who are poor and needy, have no
other means of support, and find them
selves in a city which has really none
but government business to speak of,
and nothing to take the place of the reg
ular pay they have received from the
government. These political situations
are really undesirable if one can only
look at them. In a true light. To licglu
with there is never a surety of retaining
them. One Is liable at any time to be re
moved. Then the pay is small ( for the
labor is light. It is certainly true that
there is nothing that pays half so poorly
and Is so uncertain as politics, and the
most impolitic thing a man or woman
who tun earn an honest living by other
means can do Is to accept a government
- - -
The European War and Our Graiii
A New York letter says : Business
men are greatly excited here over the
prosect of war in Europe, and hope is
largely centered on' the impetus that will
be given to trade. Among grain and
produce dealers a slight diil'erenco of
wntlmciit was found. All agreed that
a European war, If it became general,
would stimulate trade ; but some insisted
that if war should he confined to Russia
and Turkey, and should be fought out
in a year, there was enough grain and
provisions in each country to supply tho
demand. Both couutrles are exporters
of wheat. One prominent dealer said
that war would not have as much influ
ence on the price of grain as the drouth
iu California this winter, which pre
vents a successful crop next summer.
In the produce exchange, however, the
feeling was very buoyant.
Where Wheat Comes From.
At the present time It will be particu
larly interesting to know from which
sources aro drawn the supply of wheat.
From the following statement showing
the Imports of wheat into the United
Kingdom during the fifteen months
ended March 31, which is furnished by
the bureau of statistics It will bo seen
that near ly mlf of the wheat imported
into Great Britain is from this country.
From the United States, cwta, 24.2flf,lu3
From Russia, " 10,11'J,444
From British India, ' 8,1)80,250
From Germany, 2,1)28,01!!
From France, " 571,RR7
From Eitypt, ' 2,452,070
From Turkey and vicinity " 1,441, 18ij
From British North Amei lea " 2,482,051)
From Chill, " 1X14,61 U
From other countries " 8,088,01)1
Crops In Sacramento Valley.
Wheat Is heading out In tho Haera
mento valley, California, but all crops,"
except on low lands, are su (Poring for
rain. It Is beginning to be feared that
there Is not moisture enough to mature
the crops, and without considerable rain,
soon not more than half a crop can be
Another Insurance Swindle.
The appointment a receiver has been
asked for by the American Popular Life
Insurance Company of New York, and
it is believed that steps will be taken for
the criminal prosecution of the ofllccrs,
who are charged by the Insurance Su
perintendent with deliberate fraud and
perjury. The company has been under
Investigation by the department for some
time past, and on Friday a report was
prepared and submitted to the Attorney
General. Not even the history of the Security
or of the Continental presents a darker
picture than is hero exhibited. For
tunately the number of sufferers will be
smaller than by the collapse of the other
companies, as tho business of the Amer
ican Popular was organized In 1800 with
a paid up capital of $100,000, which was
afterward increased to $300,000. In 1808
Thomas 8. Lambert, M. D.,was made
president, which position be has held
The company lias differed from other
life companies in the manner of estab
lishing its rates of insurance, which
have been fixed in each individual case,
and the amount charged made to depend
upon the probable or supposed indica
tions of longevity of tho applicant. In
this way very healthy persons have
been insured at low rates as compared
with the fixed charges of other com
panies, and impaired risks have been
taken at higher rates, that would have
been rejected by other companies.
Strange Sequel to a Drowning.
The Baltimore Xews has the follow
ing : Early this morning Officer Stew
art found the body of a man floating iu
the water at Illeman's wharf, near the
drawbridge. The body was secured and
Coroner Ireland summoned. The man
was about forty years old, five feet seven
Inches high, and of stout build.
The corpse had apparently been in
the water about three weeks, and was
dressed in white flannel undershirt, blue
flannel overshirt, dark blue cloth coat,
black ribbed trousers and light soled
Iwots. In the pockets were found a buff
envelope directed to Michael , No.
4,304 , the rest of the superscription
having been erased by the action of the
A jury, of inquest was empanelled,
and several witnesses sworn, all of whom
identified the remains as those of James
W. Drury, a boatman. Mr. Thomas
Finn, one of the Jurymen, thinking the
Inquest at an end went away, and tho
coroner was necessitated to summon an
other juryman to act in his place.when ,
mirable dlctu, the very Mr. Drury who
hod been Identified as the drowned man,
was tho man summoned to fill the va
cancy on tho Jury. The witnesses had
erred and Mr. Drury acted as juryman.
Omaha, Neb., April 27. The storui
of the season is reported raging west of
the Vorth Platte. Snow and sleet are
fulling heavily and a violent gale is
blowing. The railroads are blocked,
and traffic partially suspended.
Punishment of a Cattle Thief.
Not long since a negro was caught
stealing a cow1 in Pike county, Miss.
The parties who caught him cut the cow
opeu and placed him inside of her, took
u grass rope and sewed him in securely,
leavlag only his head out. In this man
ner he remained for four days, when be
he was discovered, nearly dead. He said
that it was all he could do to keep the
buzuirds from picking his eyes out.
IDr, It. II. Urcen, of Hooslck, N.
Y., was thought to be (lead, and his body
was placed in a vault about two weeks
since. As he narrowly escaped burial
while in a trance several years ago, his
wife was requested to visit his body un
til no doubt of death existed. It Is now
stated that last Saturday signs of life
were noticed, and the body was removed
from the vault. Attending physicians
pronounce It a case of suspended animation.
Miscellaneous News Items.
"A Faih KxoiiawikIs No Hoiiiikht."
As William llallet, Hr., of Athena, Ohio,
came out of the Ohio State Penitentiary,
his son, William Hal lot, Jr., walked In.
tWTwo woodclmppors' cabins In the
mountains above White Haven were wash
ed down the mountain side by the Hood on
Saturday week and sit laborers drowned.
It is feared much damage is done and others
IW A boy named Daerv.il z, while stand
ing in the doorway of his parents' rosidenoe,
on Ohio street, Allegheny, Was struck on
the eye by a stone, but from whonce thrown
no one appears to know, lie has entirely
lost the sight of the eye.
13" Fiita Dane and William Harrison,
two of the principal accomplices in the
recent $20,000 diamond robbery at Nash
ville, Tenn., were arrested at Dayton, O.,
on Monday a week. About half tbe plunder
was found on them.
tSFOii Saturday morning a week at
Merry Hill, Bortie county, N. C, two
negroes entered James B. Nichols' store
and (hiding John Webb, the clerk, alono,
murdered him with hatchets and robbed
the store. They lied, but one known as
"Lucifer" Williams was captured.
tar The Union Paciflo train fmm the
west which was due at Omaha, Nub., at
3.45 P. M. Tuesday will not arrive until
Thursday. It was snowbound at Granite
canon in consequence of a heavy enow
storm that was raging ou Tuesday in the
IW Six burglars, while attempting to
enter Win. Hickman's clothing store, at
Bethlehem, Pa., a few mornings since,
were surprised by an oflloer, who shot two
nf them. W ilium Mack, of Philipsburg,
N. J., was instantly killed. The rest,
including the wounded man escaped.
tW Tuesday a dispute arose at Dead
wood, D, T., iu which several persons were
engaged, concerning tbe title to a town lot
in South Deadwood. After some harsh
language all bands drew revolvers and
commenced llriug. D. O. Brodovitch, of
Eureka, Nov., was killed; Stephen Conrich,
of tho same place, mortally shot and A.
Millich, slightly injured.
CSrA Frenchman has been endeavoring
to negotiate with the property owners along
Atlantic avenue, Brooklyn, tor a lease of
the old railroad tunnel now unused, which
was vacated by the Long Island Railroad
Company when f 123,000 was paid to get
steam oil' tbe avenue He desires to use
the tunnel to cultivate mushrooms for tho
New York market. He says that in a dark
place like the tunnel bo can grow mush
rooms of an immense size.
Anybody who has been in Tennessee
knows what a peculiar State it is, and will
therefore readily believe the Jonesboro,
Journal when it says that "On Monday last,
uear this place, while the sun was shining
brightly, a single ehunk of snow fell to the
earth weighing 150 pounds, and still re
mains intact and unmelted, and can be
seen by any who are disposed to doubt
C3F" A woman known as Mrs. Finegan,
a soap peddler, was found dead by the
roadside near West Chester, Pa., on Satur
day a week, ller face and head were cut
and bruised as if she bad been beaten with a
club. A man who claims to be her husband,
and who was soon beating her in the after
noon, has been arrested, charged with mur
dering her. He is now iu jail.
tW Harris Hubbard, who lives with his
father near Richland, Pulaski county Mo.,
was suspected of horse stealing, and ou
Saturday a week a wan-ant for his arrest
was placed in the hands of a constable,
who proceeded with a posse of men to tbe
Hubbard residence, and demanded tbe
surrender of Harris. The ofticers were
resisted by the family ; whereupon the con
stable and his aids returned the lire, killing
old roan Hubbard and severely wounding
two children. A young lady was shot iu
the hand and Shoulder.
1ST On Tuesday night a week twoyouug
ladies from Indianapolis, Ind., stopped at
tbe Farmers' Hotel in Cincinnati, where
they registered as Sarah and Ida May Dill,
and requested to be called at 11 o'clock.
When the boy called them be received no
response, but hearing some one in the room
groaning as if in great agony, bo not i lied
the clerk, who procured assistance and
entered tbe room, when it was discovered
tl.at both occupants bad attempted suicide
aud were in a dying oondition. One has
since died, aud uo hopes are entertained of
of the recovery of the other. No cause Is
known for tbe act.
tW The disadvantages of weaiiug false
hair were painfully illustrated at Millers
ville, Pa., the other day. A boat, in which
two young ladies and two young men were
passengers, capsized suddenly, and one of
the ladies sank out of sight. As she re
appeared one of the men grasped her hat,
which came off. Tbe lady sauk, and ou
her second appearance fared no better, for
this time tbe frightened youth caught her
by her hair, which, being falo, came off
In bis bands, and down she weut again. At
last, however, she was caught by tier real
hah and dragged a bond tbe boat, after
baviDg had what may properly be called a
tW One day last week as Mr. Howard
Smitb.of Middletown township, Bucks Co.,
was going out to tbe field with two teams
to plow, Mr. Smith's team being ahead,
aud the hired man's behind, with a span
of fractious horses that he allowed to pass
the front team, whioh was too near tbe
fenoe to admit of a clear passage, one of
the horses In Mr. Smith's team trod in
side of the traces of tbe passing team,
which caused him to rear so high that he
fell backward on the beam of tbe plow and
was Instantly killed. The other borne was
also thrown back on tep of the dead horse,
and Mr. Smith sprang on his head and held
blm down until the harness was out loose,
when hejumped up uninjured, but there
lay his eomrade, not a muscle moving, and
death must have ensued the instant he
struok the plow.
C3PA Bpringdold, Mass., young lady
who tried to oure a sore throat recently by
wrapping it in raw liver on going to bed,
was awakened in tbe night by a huge rat
that was lunohing from the liver, and she
concluded that, of the two, she preforred
ANNUAL, HTATBM ENT of Supervisors'
Account with Tuscarora township, Perry
oouuty, Fa., for tliu year 1870.
SAMUEL FRY, Supervisor.
To amount of Duplicate assess
ed (or 1H70,
Hy amount brought from settle
ment due township, 1875,
Total amount of work done, t71 (7
Sspervisors' time, 118 60
Incidental Expense, 99
Percentage on outstanding
money, 12 06
Exonerations, 29 !)
Voucher Issued to A. Fry, sen. 14 39 '
do do to J. Campbell, 2D 50
Amount due township from 8. Fry, l"6 02
GEOKGK KICK. Supervisor.
Amount of Duplicate for 1B7H, 1837 79
Balance per on outstanding
money, 17 82
Total anion nt of work done, S81 28
Hupervlsnr'B time, 108 50
Kxonmatlons, 4 a
Hy amount work dons by team
and hands. 83 SI
Amount due Oeo.Klee from tp.1217 80
A. It. K lHH, Supervisor.
Amount of Duplicate for 1875, $343 45
Amount nf work done not Inclu
dlliK Supervisor'sttme, 122.1 80
Supervisor's own account el 60
Three days' auditing and Per
centage. 7 80
Amount work done in 1875 and
auditing accounts 24 48
Amount due township from A.n. Kerr,
t J. It BLACK, Supervisor.
Amount of Duplicate for 1875, 1701 28
Amount of work done, 1125 49
supervisor's time, 31 60
Paid for Hedges, &c, 3 l,i
Error on Duplicate, 14 80
Exonerations, 11 01
Work done since day of last set
tlement, 15 60
Three days' time meeting audi
tors, 4 50
Percentage on Individual time, 1 05
Balance Percentage on money to
collect for 1874, 119,1
Paid to A. Fry, sen., 25 do
do do J ames Campbell, 6U 00
Amount due township from J. B. Black, 1106 83
WE. the undersigned Auditors of Tnscarora
township. Perry county. Pa., met at School House
No. fi, auddid audit and adjust the foregoing ac
counts of said township, being duly sworn ac
cording to law, do certify that the above accounts
WM. H. BWARTZ,
GEO. 8. BUCHER,
Uunht Bakkb, Township Clerk. Auditors.
May 1, 1877.
CI IM 1 copy curious love letter, 1 pk. comic
w 11 cards, 1 pack popping questions cards ;all
for 10 cets., ft stamp. FuuCardCo, Mlddleboro,
Best bargains In Amerlca.p A DMC J. F. Man
Maps and Catalogue free Mn Hi O cnSi T)0ver,
FUN 1 Package comic Envelopes, pk. eomlo
un Cards, pack scroll cards, 24 p. book of
Fun ; all for 10 cents & and stump, Novelty Co.,
Mlddleboro, Mass. 18d4w.
WANTFn An old established N. Y.. and
11 nil 1 Havana firm want a Oeneral
Agent In Kloomneld or vicinity, to control the
sales of their Cigars A permanent paying posi
tion for an acceptable man. Must be energetic
and reliable. Address, KAMON, LOPEZ & ISO.,
147 Keade Street, New York. 18d4w.
pilMl pack acquaintance cards. 1 pack hdkf.
un flirtation. 1 pack sorool. all sorts, for only
lOcents & stamp, Fun Card Coj, Mlddleboro,
Tho Tip Top PcHffi! I Ui lrm
anil b,t,luiinut. READ AND
SEE. la Bhaou Note Psinr 13
Suvtjtopaa. PncU, Po bolder, Ould-
n Pan. Bat of K1KM Gold Bunm
thylt Btone hung inlaid w rhu, -.....
KS;ooll pll"wl.llnsRlD(!.B.tBbil Kr Drift
T .1 uiivmtmi Mt tin ljulles' Fancy Hut
Tlu ana PTOoa.UQUl PUMe'"'" -I
ed Watch Chain and Hat ol ftPfl jOMk fQa
Th rata n..M.rlatM1 HUH.. Tht
tiriLt sntfost-fHtfif- BO
mtt. RXTRAORDINAR Y
bkidi. unnxon naoof now vvra
WITH A COLD IS ALWAYS DANOEBOI S.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
a sure remedv for COUGHS, snd all diseases of
the THKOAt, LUNGS, CllfcSX and MUCOIH
I'at Up Only In Bine Boxes.
BOLD BY ALL DKUGGI8TK. 18d4w
C. N. Ckittknton, 7 Sixth Avinib, Kew York.
XII2AI T1IIH 1 1
A chance for all to make or save
money .and get the KKRTGOOI) iu the market
TEAS, COFFEES, &C,
sold at lower prices than the same qualities can
be bought at any otber bouse In this country.
All goods guaranteed to bo satisfactory and as
represented, or tbe money will be refunded on re
turn of the goods, which may be done at our ex
pense. Tbe repntatioe of our house forsellingstandard
goods at Low prices, (for 36 years), bas given us a
standing In New York City and vicinity, that is
not enjoyed by any other nouse In tbe trade.
After mature deliberation we have determined to
offer our goods to housekeepers, at the JXWK8T
WHOLESALE TKADK P1UCES, when a CLLBis
formed large enough to make a small case. Tbe
goods of each member of tbe elub will be put in
separate packages, and marked wltb name and
cont, so as to avoid confusion In distribution.
Goods will be sent by Express to Collect on De
livery. All wishing to save money by purchasing
family supplies at New York Wholesaile Prices
can talk the matter over among friends aud
neighbors, and send to us for Club Circular, Price
list, c. We give a present of either goods, or
money to tbe person who gets op the ciuK to
compensate for trouble, etc Samples ot TEA 4i
COKPEEsent by mail.
Send for Price-list, and Club Circular. 19d4w
Stiner's New York & Ghina Tea Co.,
M. II. MO8E8 ft CO., Proprietors. 18dt
77,79,81,84 and 86 VBSJir Street, Sti nrk.
Bargains in Carpets.
If yon want a pretty
OAKPKT for only 86
Cents per yard, oomo
and see what you can
get at that price of
Thirty-Five Cents Istlie
price of a pretty CAR
PET at Mohtim Kit's.
The same amount of
money will also buy a
good CALICO Dreis If
you don't make It too
LOTS OF OTHER BARGAINS.
Spring Ims come, and
we are ready for It, with
the II nest assortment of
Keady Made Clothing
ever offered In Aukh-ica.
Our goods represent
the latest New York
Styles, and our twenty
five years' experience In
man 11 f actur i u g Ci oth I n g
Is sutllclent guarantee
fur IU and workmanship.
YATES ft CO.
YATH8 & CO.
YATES & CO.
YATES ft CO.
YATES ft CO.
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YATES ft CO.
YATES ft CO.
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YATES ft CO.
Rnylngall our goods
for Cash, and possessing
great facilities for man
ufacturing, enables us to
sell so remarkably low.
Every caller, whether
Intending to buy or to
merely look at our goods
Is treated In the same
polite and cordial manner.
CHESTNUT r t
CHEST NTT St.
Cor. fit h
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.
RflfW See this. Only fl.R0 capital required to
DUUIXto start canvassing for MARK TWAIN'S
NEW SCRAP-BOOK. Apply, with stamp, to
John K. Hallowell.iaVEastp AMU A CQC RC
Eight St., New York. l4tw' wMOOtlli
CAG'TS WANTED FOB HISTOBYiyT
it contains nearly 400 line engravings of buildings
nd scenes in the ttreat Exhibition and Is the
bnlyauthentio and oomplete history published.
It treats of the grand buildings, wonderful ex
hibits, curiosities, great events, etc. Very cheap
and sells at slgStt. ue Agent sold 48 copies in
one day. Sena for our extra terms to Agents and
a full description of the work. Address Nation
al Pi'Bi.isnmn q Philadelphia, Pa.
P A I IT I ft M Unreliable and worthless books
lHU I IUN. on the Exhibition are being cir
culated. Do not be deceived. See that the book
you buy containes 918 pages and nearly 400 line
BANlI7rt Is permanently located at
It the ST. CHARLES HOTEL, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Diseases and Deformities of the Spine, Clterine
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' Nf) We will start yen In a business you
U can make fr'O a week without capital ;
MflNCVisy "d respectable for either sex.
1)1 U I1C I m. A. Youno, 261 Bowery, N. Y . 17 3m
NEW KINDS OF SEED POTATOES.
I am prepared to ship to planter the following
new varieties of excellent seed potatoes, viz:
Producers (Large, oblong, wnlte) eyes 00 top.
Snow Flake (beautiful, eyos 011 top).
ICarly Vermont (large, round, yellow) very
White Rock (large, round imported).
Skerry Blue (Early large round imported).
lacksn White (large white).
Any of the above good potatoes will be boxed
and delivered at freight or express office at the
rale of 14 per bushel, money to accompany the
order. D. K. BEKDEK.
N. W. Corner 13th ft Oxford street Philada,
April 10 17.
4 PWW Is not easily earned In these times, bnt
O f f It can be made in three months by
f" " any one of eiihersex. la any part of
the country wko Is willing to work steadily at the
employment that we furnish. ! a week In your
dwn town. You need not be far away from home
over nigh. You can give your whole time to tbe
work, er only your spare moment. It costs
nothing to try the business. Terms and M Oultlt
tree. Address at once, 11. Baixctt ft Co.. Port
land, Uaine. U !'
Nntlco l horrhv eiTn that the Million of RoW)
mon Bighara, Atttiguee of George Milchett and
wife, has been Bled In the Court of Common.
Pleas of Perry county, praying for an order of
tale to sell the Real Kttale of said Assignees, sit
uate in Miller township. Perry county fa., and
that the Court bas Hied TUtSDAY, the 12th el
June, 187. at 10 o'clock a. tu., for the hearing of
saia petition, when the same will be granted, un
less cause tie show to the contrary.
. U MiCJkKV, Prothoootary.
April 17, 1877.
6 New plecessheet musie.retallsfor 11.75 sent for
lo cts ft stamp, Cbeap liuaieL'o.lltldleUror
OK ELECANT. CARDSHl My"
J uauie, 10 et-'uts. pont paid. J. B. Hukted.
Nassau, Ken. Co., N. Y. 18dsw.