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She jStmcsctt) .Btoomfidi, JJtj.
A Race Tor a Wife.
Tbo Adrian, Michigan Timet tclU tho
following : Tlio actors In this little domes
tic drama were Rensseluor Hills, a wealthy
farmor, living about a mile west of the vil
lage of Clifton, hla daughter,' Ida Mills,
Alonzo Mills, bis son, and Sanmol Lazaleer,
who has for tho past three years beon Miss
Ida's affianced. It seems that the father
of the girl objected to Lazalcor as a son-in-law,
which seemed to make tVieyoungorpeo
pie more determined than over. The pre
liminaries which ledtotho episode occurred
during the first of tbo week.
They had expected to bo married about
tbo 17th of last month, but tbo old genllo
mau bad got an inkling of what wns going
on and thwarted their designs. It is ru
mored that on Thursday Lazalccr wont to
the bouse of Mr. Mills for the purpose of
accompanying the daughter to Toledo, they
proposing to have tho marriage ceremony
performed on the route. Hut Mills stopped
this proceeding, and tho daughter remained
at homo. Tho following day, Friday, tho
daughter repaired to tho residence of a
neighbor, Oeorgo Wilson, and sent word to
her lover whore she could be found.
Lnzalocr received tbo word about 8 o'-
. clock in tho afternoon, and was soon on
band with a team, and a few moments
later, in company with his soon-to-be bride,
was taking a circuitous routo to the village,
i to avoid passing tho bouso of the parental
Mills, which was situated on the direct
road to the village. Whilo driving leisurely
along, judge of their surprise when sudeuly
a horse and buggy dashed by containing
tbo father and brother. Young Mills
sprang to tho ground and attempted to
seize Lazelecr's team by the bits. , Taking
in tbo situation at a glance, Lazalcor turned
his team suddenly round, and before the
Mills could get under way tho object of
their anxiety was out of sight.
This was near Franklin Centre, tho young
couple having perambulated tho town of
Franklin hero and thoro before this, until
they had already driven twclvo or fifteen
miles. Tho pursued party were headed
for tbo village of Clinton, and now began
tbo most exciting portion of tho race. The
Messrs. Mills entered tho race in earnest.
Lazalcer's team was a young and spirited
one, while tho other was scarcely lues so.
Before starting out Lazaleer bad made
arrangements with Dr. Alvord to be mar
ried at his house, provided lie was fortunate
enough to get possession of the young lady.
The intention of the fleeing couplo was
to gain time and roach Dr. Alvord's resi
denso in season to' have tho marriage per
formed before their pursuers camo up. To
circumvent this was the old man's aim.
The news of the chase had reached the
village soou after it began, and Dr. Alvord,
thinking that time might bo precious, had
, procured- the services of tho Methodist
minister, Rev. Mr. Frareo, who was await
ing the result of the race at the doctor's
, residence. . At Ave minutes before 5 Laza
leer drove up. The young couple sprang
from the buggy and rushed into the house.
The required time was gained, but none to
spare, for they was closo at hand, but be
fore tbey could get out of tho buggy the
, nuptial knot was tied.
, By this time u crowd had collected about
. the bouse, but it wa oon locked aud
Blears. Mills refused admittance. After
' trying every door, aud using somo extrava
gant language, tbey assured themselves
that the marrago ceremony had actually
been performed by an interview with the
minister. They then went away. The
appearance of the young couple as the cere-
, mouy was being performed is said to have
been extremely singular and, under tho cir
cumstances, rather ludicrous.
So short was tho timo that uo prepara
tions could be made. Tbey were dressed
in common clothes and literally covered
with mud, the result of their drive. The
parties are all well connected, uU outsiders
cannot see why Mr. Mills should object so
tttreuuously to the match. Tho affair, as
it terminated, caused considerable excite
ment. What the ultimate result will be,
whether a disinheritance or a reconciliation,
has not yet transpired.
Renuti'kuhle Casts of Poisoning.
A Dayton special to the Cincinnati Ga
te tie, says : An intelligent gentleman from
Middlutown relates a most remarkable case
"of disease, which has just transpired there.
Dr. Carson was called to visit a young lady,
a Miss Levison, whom lie pronounced ill
with scarlet fever.' While administering
medicine to tbo patient, she vomited
slightly, some of the matter getting on one
of bis hands, on which was a scratch
through the skin. The sore at once be
came inflamed, and began to swell, and bo
came very painful. Indeed, it got so bad
that the doctor was ill, and is confined to
his bed. His case was deemed critical.
Miss Levison grew worse in the mean
time ond'died. Her mother,' who assisted
at her bedside, and who also got some
vomit on her hand at tho same time as Dr.
Carson did, was also take ill in tho same
maimer, and died from tho effects, as it is
believed. These are very singular cases
aud should be investigated.
W Frederick llcsser, Coroner of Nor
thumberland county, was murdered at
Coal Hun mines, near Shamokiu, Friday
night. There is great excitement, aud the
citizens have organized a committee to Investigate.
It K A D
At the Wholesale" fend Retail
...... . n vmBEBBsszsF-
S. HAMILTON & CO., 77 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Penn'a.
OUR MOTTO IS AND HAS BEEN
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS !
, .. Our business hi exclusively PIANOS and ORGANS, which enables us to give our
whole timo and attention to this exclusive trado. Thus where other Dealers soli from
five to ten instruments per week, our sales very often exceed thoso numbers in a single
day, so that we can better afford to sell at 10 per cent, profit on cost, than they can at
20 and 25 per cent. .' .
Every Instrument we sell is as good as an agent for us, as they invariably introduce
us favorably to all who sco them. We have sold and in use
2,000' OF THESE 014.CJ -TVS
in and about Pittsburgh alono. Thoy are not some new Organ, tho growth of a few
months, but are old reliable makes, that are constantly adding every meritorious im
provement. The really Grand Simmons & dough's Combination Organs have been i
manufactured for Twenty-five years, while the Celobrated Taylor & Farley Celestes.
Organs have beou manufactured over Twenty years. And now for tho purpose of intro
ducing them moro thoroughly throughout
mano new ana very Heavy contracts lor large numbers oi tlieni, which we propose tosei
on thoir merits, and without the assistance of AGENTS OR MIDDLE JI'EN, givin;
tho purchaser the benefit of commissions and wholesale discounts, we aro thus enable!
to offer theso Organs at tho following prices, at which wo shall sell for a short timo
Cabinet Cases, Double Reed, 4
ii ii 5
Full Resonant Cases,
i i q
'8 8-8 sot RoedsO
' " 8
Those Organs are all Solid Walnut, Paneling and Carving all of Solid yalnut.
Neither saw-dust mouldings nor cheap brass trinkets aro used on these instrfinents,
everything is of the very best, nro all fully warranted for five years.
THE BRADBURY & DECKER PIANOS
WILL BE SOLD AT SAME
The above aro strictly cash pricos, but if dosirod by tho purchaser, oithf quarterly
or semi-annual payments will be taken, at an advance of 10 per cont. per au'um on the
above prices. Persons ordering by letter can depend on the most carefil selection
being made. If tbo cash price be sent with the order, the instrument wil be shipped
by freight, if not accompanied with the cash, the Organ will be shipped by Express,
C. O. D. If time be dosired, wo rcquiro notes with good security, or at Jast good ref
Address for Catalogue, and
; S. HAMILTON & c
rX II E SDN
Weekly and Daily for 1875.
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t rofcfm Un tm and ri!iuauca of tho day, uarefully
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ularly reported in it coluintift, ,
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this barely payx the cxjm naea of iaper and prlntiiur.wu
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"THE SUN," New York City.
December 1. lJ4.-Ut
TOTICK. 1 hereby nlve notlco that the rollow
N Ilia article were purchased by me and ur
w left with John M. Ilerr, Jr.. of Carroll twp.,
:: 2 horses, 1 cow, 2 spring caives, 2 linns. 1 tn
iiuriMf wiiuoii, sprniK wiikcu. 1 narrow, I plow
and tackle, 1 shovel plow, hay rake. 2 sets of har
ness. I set front harness, 1 set simile harness, lot
of forks, hull cum lu the shock, half of U acres
flf WlltMlt. Ill tli.l Ll'.ilr,,,! i.,t ,.r i,., I., t
November 3, 174."
-10 TO 1)0 INVESTED I! WAI.I.
R'l Rhhf ollen lends to fortune. New Kysleni
Mo liability. Our new pamphlet, cut itlrd "The
Art of Speculating" sent free. J.HIikllnn & Co.
Hankers and block ltrokers. liox IMS. 72 Jtroad
wny, N. V.
btucks boui;litaiid aeld on iniMlr rate margin.
I 71AM. STVI.EH OF IMtlNTaln7drrie7T)n
Good Just opened by F. MORTIMER.
t - i
TO SUIT. THE TIMES!
Piano and Organ Emporium of
all the country towns of thoBtato,.we have
btop Organs, Regular Price,
at $ 8D0
Viola " 275.00 at OO.OO
RATES OF DISCOUNT.
state where you read thinotice.
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TRIBUNE whose imes have not been on its
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now, will be sent uilll January 1, lHTtl (thirteen
months), postage )ld. for $2; or, In Clubs, at I lie
yearly Oliili rule. J'crsons not faml lar with Tub
Wekki.y Tiuiu NFir former subscrlliers who may
lie uncertain hImiu IU present standing and mer
its, are Invited toiuke it a short time on trial.
Any one may ontr it between now and the 1st of
February next, fir nne. two. or three months lit
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afler the 1st of Jinuiiry, postage paid.
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for adili essliiKlawrH to each mnmlier of a club
and post inasltf s who desire it, will receive pack
ages with each paper addressed tolls owner at
the lowest prlff practically a reduction of Thirty
Cents a year I'oni the previous lowest club rates.
After .Ian, I 1 875. the l'oslaire on alledllions of
THE TRIIH'NK will be paid liy olllce Without
Charge to (h( subscriber, this Wekki.y Thihcnu
thus beconim to subscrlliers THK CHEAl'EST.
as lb lias lom lieen Hie best, paper published.
, Amnits uiiiU-d in every town.
; Addiess for spcciuii'ii copies, posters, aud
rates of commission,
Mi8 4t Wit-J
AIMI'ISTtATtltS NOTICE. Notice Is
hereby Kkveu.that letters of Adllliiiisl ration
on the oil mo oi Harali Hair. . lulo ut Carroll
I tiWllsliill. l'errv county. 1'a.. deceased, have
ixteii ifiaiiicu io uie siinscriiKirs, resiiiuiK ui Mier
inaiisdale. Ail m'wius (udebu-d toHaid elnlc are
ieiiiesie(i io itiaKi iiiiiuiMiiaie payiueiii, unu i(io!e
huviiiK claims, will present I hem duly authentica
ted for sell lenient.
DAVID 11 A I It,
A. M. Fl.ECK. 1
lieii-inlHT 1, lH7t lt Adinliilsliators.
17'STHAV. Came Io the premise of tliesub
J Hcriberin Kavllle twp., a few week since, a
while sow Willi four pigs. Said sow will welub
about lno pounds, and has the right ear partly
torn oil. The owner is reipicted to prove prop
erly, pay costs uikI take her unuy omhc will be
dlstioheu of according to law.
December 0, IH74.
"Of.ACK AI.I'ACCAS The Cheapest and IWst
1 line of Alpnccas at pikes from 'J5 cents to
II.tKlpcr yard, will be found at F. MORTIMER' 8
7 OTS OF NEW tiOODS conslstlufsof Winter
J J Hklrts of various Hlvles, l)res Ooods, Hal.
moral Hose, Olnghams, whirling Kltipes. Ac, &e.
Just received by F. MORTIMER.
, Have Ym Tried
JUUUI EBA ?;
Weak Aerrontpr Pcbilatcdl,
At you sdl.aitguld tlif iny exertion Tcoulfes
more dl kit ploijl than U fee) capable of mak-
'"fherr try ' .TTJRCnF.l the woiidorftiPTonic
and Invlgorator, whlcfict so beiienclallynnthe
secretive organs as tiirpart vigor to all the vi
tal forces. I
It Is no alcoholle sfpetlzer. which tlrrmlatos
for a short time, onlj'" let the sufferer fall to a
lower dmith of nilsef, hut It Ik a vegetable tonic
acting directly on tfliver and spleen.
It regulates the ltfels, quiets Ilia nerves, and
gives such a healthone to f h? wllol system
10 soon make the lifdid feel like a new person.
Its operation Is i violent, but Is characterlz
ed by uieat Kcnltii'ss: the patient experiences
no sudden cliangeJio marked results, but grad
ually his troubles; ;
"Fold tlir tents, like the Arabs, ' ' i
And sllcly steal away." I
This Is no newnd untried discovery, buthaa
leen lmi used f til wonderful remedial results,
and is piiinoiinoU by the highest medical million.
Hies, "the mill powerful tonic and alterative
Ask youtiriigpiKiior ii. rorsaieny .
Philadelphia, Fa. I
COMMlilON PAID BOOK AGENTS. !
On ne.w nndmost popular books by one of the
largest suhv'ipHon linns In tliecountry. ft books
lol SoceuTrl uuokb ittr vi.au. cvu. nil iiuiiiiiuk.
Henri fnreiliilarsand sec. Address 1'. O. Hox
529 Hartfo. Conn. 60U4W
Short pfatponement Day Pixod Full
, J JiST GRAND GLt'T CONCEIIX.
Montrflier Female Humane Association
I AT ALEXANDRIA, VA.
MARCH 29th, ,1875
I LIST OF GIFTS.
lOrand Cash Gift $100,000
Grand Cash Gift 6O.IHI0
Grand Cash Gilt 2.VKK)
li Cash Gifts, llo.uoo each 100,000
7 lash urns, fi.oou each 7o,iK)
D Cash Gifts,
i.ikio ensn 00,000
floo e;ieh 50,000
100 each loo.tKK)
fit) each 60,0(10
20 each 400,000
10 Cash Gifts,
1,CK) Cash Gilts,
1,(1(1 Cash GUIs.
20,1)0 Cash Gifts,
22178 Cash Gifts amounting to $1,000.00
KVMBCR OF TICKETS, 100,090.
;' TRICE OF TICKETS.
VhoJc Tickets t20.00
t .lives ju.uu
Siphlhs or each Coupon 2.50
4 Tickets for looo
The Montoelier Female tfmnanft Association.
chartered by the Lctrlsliiture of Vlrcinlasiud (lie
Circuit Court of Gl ance Co.. Bionoses bv a Grand
(iift Concert to establish and endow a " Home for
the Old, Iullrin, and Destitute Luetics OI Virgin
In," at Montpclior, the former residence of Presi
dent James JUdisou.
Govebnoh's Office, Richmond, July 3, 1874.
Itntiordsine pleasure to say that I am well ac
quainted with a large majority of the olllcers of
the Montpeller Female Humane Association, wlro
reside in the vicinity of my home, audi attest
their Intelligence end their worth and high reputa
tion as gentlemen, as well as the public conltdence,
iulliienceand substantial menus liberally repre
sented among them.
J AMKH L. K KMPEM, Gov. Virginia
Alexanduia, Va., Julys, 1874. loom
menu them as gents or honor ami tnteerlty. aud
lolly untitled m the coiinumce of the public
K. W. IICGIIKS, U. 8, Judge Kast'uDls. of Va.
Further references by permission : Hi9 excel
lency Gilbert C. Walker, Kx-Governor of Va. :
Hon. Robt. Withers, I,leut.-Gov. of Va. and U. 8.
Henator elect ; Senators and Members of Congress
Remittances for tickets may be made bv ex
press prepaid, post-olhce money-order on Wash
ington, U. C, or by registered letter.
For full particulars, testimonials, &c, send for
Circular, Address, '
Hon. J AMES BAUltOUH,
1'nr.s'T M. F. H. A., Alkxandria. Va.
Reliable agents wanted everywhere. 4'.Kl 4w
THE BEST 1)1 ALOfSUK BOOK. To be sent
post-paid for Twenty Cents. Address Rev.
W. H. KINGSBURY. Tarry town. M , 4lJ 4w.
HAT I Know about Agents, or how to clear
jiiru ro t-w per moniii selling imoiuos, Bier
eoscoplc Views, Maps, and charts. Apply at once
iu u. A. uur.n.ni, uoncoru, n. u., tviw.
ARFNTQ 44I.OOO lloxes Chng Chailft sold
I last month. Enable any one to
polish shirts, collars and cuffs equal to new.
Costs only one cent to do a large ironing, and pre.
aerves the linen, necessary as soap and sells at
night. Men, Women,. Hoys and Girls furnished
wltb steady employment, particulars free. An
elegant cliromo given with each box for 35 et.
Ciiamu CiiiNa Manuf. Co. 7 West Ht., Boston 49 4w
300 PIANOS AND ORGANS
New aud Hecond ilalid. of Flrst-Clusx Mnlcer.
will be sold at Lower Trice for cash, or an In
stallment, or for rent. In City or County, during
these Hard Times aud the Holidays, by Horace
Waters 6i Hon, 41 llroadway, than ever before
oiiereu in isew vera. Agents wanteu to sea wa
ters' New Heals Piano, and Concerto llrrmi.
Illustrated Catalogue Mailed. Great Inducements
io me l raue. a largo uiscouni to Teachers, Min
sters, Churches, Lodges, Mcliools, etc, 49 4w.
CONSTANT EM l'LOYM ENT At home. Male
Ky or Female, HO a week warranted. No capi
tal required, particulars aud valuable sample
sent Free. Address with a cent return stamp, C.
ItOISS, Williamsburg, N. V. . 49d4t
Maryland Eye and Ear Institute,"
(id tf. Charlet Street, Mainmort, Mil. ' 1
GEORtfE RF.CL1NO, M. 1).. Late Prof, of Eye
auu tar surgery in ine nasninguin university,
(Surgeon In Charge.
The largo and handsome residence of the late
Charles Carroll has been titled up with all the Im
provements adopted by the latest hcboolsitif
Europe, or the stieclal treatment of this class of
uiseases. Apply uy letter u
OliORtiE 1IEUMNG. M. D.,
tikltw burgeon In Charge.
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
. UBK .. i ' '
Wklls' Cakbomo Tablets !(
l'UT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TftlED AND SURE KEMEDY 1
-Sold by all Druggists. ' 49d4w
Eastern District of I'eimsylvaiiia, HS.
T New lllooinlleld. the lHlh clavof November.
A. D.. 1H74. The unilurslulied hereby elves
notice o( his uuiKilntnient as Assignee of Wllllum
N. Taylor and Joseph S, Hinders, Hading as " Win.
N. Taylor i Co.," of Millerstown, lu llie county
of Ferry, and Slate of 1'enm.ylviiiila. within said
District, who liavo lieen adjudged llankrupls on
Petition of their Creditor by Hie District Court
ui suiii riistrict.
piriMiv it n irnt im Auui.....,A
Nov. 24, 1B74.3W' ' tMlllcrslown.'l'a.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To sell DR. CHASE'S ItKOU'ESi Ott. IN FORMA
'HON tlllt EVEItVUODV, iu every County in the
United Stales and Canada. Enlarged by the
1'ubllsher to Ut page. 11 eontulns over 2,000
lioiiselioid recipes, und 1 suited to all clnsse and
conditions of society. A wonderful book and a
household necessity. It sells ut sight. Greatest
inducement ever ollered to book agent. Sample
copies sent by mall, post paid, for t-L Exclusive
Uu rltoiyglven, Agents more than double their
iiioiu'V. Addles. Dr. Ciiask's bleam I'rintiug
House, Ann A i bur, Mich." 47 Ut
ALL KINDS of Prlntlna neatlv
ecuteu ui uie iii.(KiiimtLi)
Mua"tSTXAii Jua Urrm.
PHILADELPHIA AHJ READING R. R.
MoiHlay, I)c. llHi, 1874.
TRAINS LEAVE IIARRISBURG AtFOLLOWS
anWo p mrk' " 8-20, 810 a' m' an' " P-
amraWM).!1?111"1: 6' 8,1 V'48 a' 'n-2-00
For Heading at 4,20, 8.10,- 9.45 a. m. 2.0, ba
and 7.4U p. m. ' u
For I'oltsvllle.at 5.20, (t,10a. m. and S.Mn.'tn
and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Braueh at
2.4(1 p. m. .
or Allentown, at 6.20, 8.10 a. m. 2.00 and S.50
and 7.4U p. in.
The 6.20,8.10 a. m. 2.00 p.m. and 7.40 p. m.
train nave through cars for New York.
The . 8.10 a. ni. and 2.u0 p. m. trains hava
through cars for Philadelphia.
For New York, at 5.20 a. m.
For Allentown nnd Way Stations at 6.20 a. m.
For Reading, I'lilladelphia aud Way Stations at
TRAINS FOR IIARRISBURG, LEAVE AS FOL.
Leave- New York, at 9.00 a. m. 12,40,6.30 and
Leave Philadelphia, at 9.15 a. m. 3.40 and 7.15
Leave Reading, at 4.30, 7.40, 11.20 a. m. 1.50,6.15
aud lo.4! p. m.
Leave l'ottsvillo, at S.M, 9.00 a. m. and 4.30 p. in.
and via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branch at
8.0" a. in.
Leave Allentown, at 2.30, 6,50, 8.50 a. m., 12.25.
4.30 antl fl.io p. m.
The 2.30 a. in. train from Allentown and tha
4.30 a. iu. train from Reading Uo not run on Mon
days. SUNDAYS :
Leave New York, at 6.30 p. m.
Leave I'lilladelphia, at 7.15 p. m.
I-eave Reading, at 4.30, 7.40a. m. and 10.45 p. m.
Leave Allentown, 2.80 a. in. and 9.10 p. in.
"Via Morris and Essex Rail Road.
JOHN E. WOOTTEN,
, , General Superintendent.
Pennsylvania It. 11. Time Table.
J . NEWPORT STATION. :
On and after Monday, Nov. 16th, 1874, Pas
senger trains will run as follows: '
Mall, 7.29 p. m., dally except Sunday
Harrlsbiirg Accom 10.40 a. m., daily " Sunday
Atlantic Express, 10.01 p. m., Hag, daily.
Pacific Express. 5.15 a. m. ((lag) dally.
Wayl'ass. 9.10 a. m., daily.
Mail 2..' p. m. daily exccptSunday.
Mixed 6.50 p.m., dally except Sundav.
Pittsburgh Express, 12.17A. M., (Flag) dally, ex
Trains are now run by Philadelphia time, which
Is 10 minutes faster than Altoona time, and 4 min
utes slower than New York time.
J.J. BARCLAY, Agent.
Oh and after Monday, Nov. 26, 1874, trains
will leave Duucaunon, as follows :
llarls'burg Accom 11.11a.m., daly exceptSundav.
Mail 8.01 1. M " ' "
Pacific Express 4.48 a. in., (flag) daily.
Way Passenger, 8.38 a.m.. dally
Mall, 2.04 P. M (IllliV'.Vccnt
Mixed, 0.C8 p. M., dally except Sunday.
v, rviiu Agent.
Stage Llue Between Newport aud Ken
STACKS leave New (lermantown dally at four
H Jlo"k a. m. Ijinrtlsbiirgat 7. 30 a. in. Oreen
park at 8 a. m. New Bioomiieirf at 9K a. m.
Arriving at Newnort toconnenL .nii
Returningleave Newport on the arrival of the
HailTralutrom Philadelphia, nt2.3u:i). m.
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