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tio i. ki;pi m-ir tick i:t.
n.vssKs s. giiant,
loll VICE I KESI1EXT,
HEXHY W. WILSON.
RKPI BLK AX KTATE Tl KIT.
J. T. II A KTi: AXFT.i.r Moiit."omery
" FOR 81 I'fir.ME Jl 1M1F-.
I'LYSSKS M KIKTK, of Bradford.
FoR At U1TOR OEXEllAL,
HAKKISOX ALLKX, of Warren, j
Fott COXliBESSVEN AT LAlUiE,
GEX.IIARKY WHITE, of Indiana.
LKMUKL TODD, of Cumlx-rland.
IFI.E1ATES AT LAECE TO THE CONSTI
WM. M. MEI1EDIT1I, Philadelphia.
.1. GILL1XGIIAM FELT, Fhik.
iEX. HAIUIYWIIITE, Indiana.
GKX. WM. LILLY, Carlion.
L. JJA11T1I0L0MKW, Schuvlkill.
II. .V M ALL1STK1I, Center.
WILLIAM DAYIS, Monroe.
JAMES REYNOLDS, Lancaster.
SAMMUEL F. DIMMICK, Wavnc
JEO. Y. LAWRENCE. Washington.
DAYID N. WHITE, Allegheny.
W. H. AIKEN, Lchiirh.
JOHN II. WALKER, Erie.
loll I'ELEuATE TO THE CONVENTION,
COL. JOHN R.ED1E.
fsuhjeel UitliedeelFinnof the IMsHrlet Oitiferetice.)
E. D. YUTZV, Lower Turkeyfoot.
Juhjeet totlie deelsi'nof (he I list riot IVmlerenec.
J. R. MeMlLLEX, of Middlecre. k.
SCH ROCK, of Stonycrcck.
OLIVER KXEITER, of Somerset. may well be viewed with serious ap
ron KEiiisTER A kecokukk, j prehension. Once iu control of Con
J. ROI5KRT WALTER, of .Milford. jgrcss, with a man in the IWidential
VAL. MILLER, of tueiiiahoning
J-OR IHMiU llol SE MRECTOlt,
JOHN II. SNYDER, of StoiiycreeL.
J ACOR SPEICHEK, t.f Stony cieek.
The X. Y. Tribune Fridav last
is very jubilant over the re.-ult of the
Fifth Avenue Conference, and after
cavalierly aud sneeringiy Iwwning
off the gentlemen who would nut on
any terms accept Gueelev as a
date, proclaims in advance the certain i
i; 1. ..r tl... r-bwomui; tb let mul
with the air of a conuuerer, cries- i
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And now for Raltiniore! '
111 another editorial article, in th:
same issue, under the title of '"The
Democratic Stamp-tie." it lioastingly
iroclaims the list of States iu which
Democratic Convention have pubstan
tialiy ditlared for the Cincinnati
l.oi.iinit's and coolly pockets the
Democracy of this State as follows;
"To these must Ik- added the 2$
votes of Pennsylvania. The vote
"of that State has always been cast as
"a unit at all National Conventions,
" and though by voutr iuadrcrtrnre
"no direct instructions were given to
"the delegates, it is agreed that the
" large majority is for Greeley and
Then follows the exultant and
confident declaration. "It is safe al
ready, therefore, to assume two-
thirds of the votes in the Raltiniore j
"Convention for (Jreelev and Rkowx
tin the first ballot."
Sold and delivered! cries the hap
py purchaser. So far, so good. AVe
w ill collider the delegates in conven
tion already bagged. Now, how
about the delivery of the votes?
Says Mr. Avgist Relmoxt, Chair
man tif the National Democratic
Committee, in a late letter advising
the endorsement of (Ir.KF.i.F.V and
Rkowx: ' There will )m- enough Re
publican votes for ( kf.f.lky to render
his success more than probable, even
if one-tenth of the Democratic votes
arc lost by defection and apathy."
We concede Mr. Relmoxt to be a
fair judge of the probabilities in his
.own party, and we w ill therefore as
sume that all the Democrats save one
tenth, can lc delivered to Mr. (kee
i.r.Y according to contract, although
judging by this State, and the refrac
tory tone of an influential portion tif
its rural press, his calculation is very
w ide tif the mark. On the other
hand, we claim to be sjmcw hat more
familiar with the Hate of affairs
among the Republicans of Pennsyl
vania than is Mr. Relmoxt, and ad
mitting that nine-tenths of his party
friends w ill w vote, there is 8till no
possible chance of the coalition car-
ryiii'r this State, for we know there is
liocityor county, township or
ourh iu which one-tenth of the Re
publicans w ill vote the (Jueeley tick
et. Poubtles there are places in
New York, which we concede to
Greeley and there may le localities
in other States, but on the other hand,
if our information can le relied on, in
thi county and a number of those
surrounding ms, not a (Jiieeeev lie-j
publican has not yet Ix-en discovered, j
and the Republicans otinirthc Gree- ,
ley ticket in Novemltcr will not r.v-
cra;re two to a township, iu all West-'
em Peunsvlvnnia. Therefore, tak-!
in;r Mr. Relmoxt's assertion for ver-
ity, and U-yond all cavil, the majority carry his point, and pursued
for Grant in this State must U-larger j course he has done to preclude the i
thanit would be in a wpiare fitrht lKiiwssiliilitv of its lM-in-' conceded.
tween Republicans and Hemocrats, !
each arriived as in oust tim..u im,lp 1
their own' leaders. A nd w hat w e here !
allege true of I ennsylvania, we j
. I ' - mi-.i
Inlieve, judging from the tone of the
press and the indications of public j
meetings, to lie substantially true f
all the other Northern States, except
New York, whose electoral vote
Greeley will probably receive. We
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have always found political sentiment 1
at Lome to be a very pood index by
believe, therefore, that at present
there is no reason to doubt that
antlvclcctcd, while we also bclivc, that
j an endorsement nt lia!tinirc will yet
: further les.-cn the iiuiiiImT of lcpu!.
jlicans dispo.-od to follow H'ckack
i (Iiif.r.LEY into 1 lie tamp f the cm my.
Ir is tt!':l'Mib''!" ' t!i;it Hoi:
aim: (Jnr.Li.LV c.pcct. t-. In- noniinot
ed at Ihiltinioro, that liis principal)
j supporters In the (.'ineJnnnti Cornell,
i tion were I'cinocrats, that the mass
I of Lis supporters, Xortli ami South,
arc Heinocrats, that Iiis personal or
gan, tin Tribune, gleans, and daily
dishes up to its readers tin Peinocrat
ie newspajier sentiment of the coun
try, uud that iu all tiiiiiga L4i4hun;t
I : . . . .. . . i i
I uir. pic.-ciu i-urs 10 cauu ami. jiav-
atc the licnioeratic masses. Is lie
not, then-fore, for nil intents and pur-
poses, the Democratic candidate, and
is lie for any reason entitled to Re
publican support ?
I Should he Ik elected, therefore,
I . . . . . ...i - . i .
j could the people cxjm ci anyumiLr ei.-e
'than a IVnioi-rntic administration,
1 and tke adoption and enforcement of
' old-time Democratic doctrines? Is it
j possible to lolicve that Jeff Davis,
j A. H. Stevens, Wahe Hampton and
I Frank Rlair, or the masses of the
Democracy, have become sudden con
verts, have abandoned the sentiments
they have lxx-u advocating w ithin the
last year, and sincerely embraced the
tenets of the Cincinnati platform J"
Have they not rather, imitating the
example of their Presidential leader
in the Scott caiupaijrn, agreed to
"swallow the candidate and spit npon
the platform," expecting to enforce
their favorite doctrine of repudiation
when they conic into power!"
When we recall the past history of
the men now so active in this move
ment, and remember that while they
have at times cloaked or concealed, or
denied their Political sentiments and
i i .i
;purioses, tlicy nave never cnauircu
them, the success of their schemes
chair so notoriously facile ns is-Gbee-
lev, it is impossible to predict where
the now-.- umbering malevolence of
the Southern Democratic leaders may
lead or end.
The success of the hybrid Cincin-nati-I'altimore
ticket will lead to a
complete restoration of the Demo
cratic leaders who brought about the
n,)K.li(IIli 8j un wi10 remember how
j v.,y (Jreeley vascillatcd and
I .,.. p, hands, and wanted to "let
! tie rn j pac,.," aud
candi-Jj vn to i K.i,Illonii ; am
... 1....1 i '.in.i.1,1 a coif I'lilictl.
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tutetl amiiassaaor. ana shook ins umi
, ... , 41 i,:a,..u- ..,..1 borried to !
l.il.lrlHvK ei,n re.idilr eon.-eive
, w ' i
the remarkable administration that
would lie set up at Washington bv
o.i IteouMien,, ami bis allies.
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who bitterly nate me jiarty 10 w nicii j
he professes to Ulong, detest the i
principles of which he claims to be I
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the chief exponent, and are avagclx
deterniinetl to exterminate, if jmism- ,
ble, the party that drove them from
nowcr eotif.uered them w hen in re-:
, . .... 1 ... v . 1....1 1 ,.i..,i!niiim' lic. The representative of !
OClilOIl, aiKl lHUl.Oluaoi Uliuiil. 'l,
the linonthey hoped to dcslrov .
We have, however, no fears of the
success tf this conspiracy against the;
Republican party. The high contract
ing parties may Mgn and seal, but
they cannot deliver the masses.
Throughout the land, the feeling of
contempt and disgust is daily spread
ing, and neither true Republicans or
t.a ,R. imlu.(.a to U.(Im. 1
parties to a dirty bargain, the
moving cause thereto, being jiersonal !
jealousy and hatred of General Clt.VXT.
That John . Forney, through
the Vcss, is doing his Vst to defeat
our State ticket, is an open st crct.and
that his ultimate object is the defeat '
of Grant and Wilson, cannot admit 1
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of doubt. 1 o believe otherwise is to
1k lieve him an ass, and he has not yet
... -v.., - .- as ,(J wucliier lie wa.i not lor a lontr
an intellectual depth, though theonly.ime favorably deposed toward the
alternative, in view of his conduct, is Libera niomement, the (.eneral pive
to hold him a knave. f- reply 1.1 the nafrat.ve ad-
No man in the State knows liettcr .? 't . 'IZ
in puouc esiimaiiou, reacnea so io (
tl,.. ,!..- 1. the disn.lr.ins elfeets t.f!
a defeat 111 October, and yet ail his :
enerirv is devoted to the procurement '
of that .n-Mih. T.i float his ultimate !
To cloak his ultimate' 1 n'l".v l" a picst.oii 11 ue w as 1
lti.,1 ..i.iu.i.il t.k l.r.irit flu. Ssi.ii.it ir I
design, he has conimcnccd a
personal w arlare ujion benator e am- jllst a.s 1L. WoUd any man with j opposed to (irant when he w as a can
kuox, asserting that he forced the noin-j w hom he dill'ered. He alw ays inten- j didate- for oflice, and yet as soon as
iniiti.iii i.ftli.. ii-.-it Sit.. tieVct iirid 'tied to vtite for the rhiladehihiu 110111- IJuckalew shuilled his cards and let
the most offensive terms demand- H ,",u""" M ,n - V-t " . '""'t (SrantV relations, no minister to Urazil, acknowlcd-in the
, 'lK-rhaps mme other would have done j (irant! Now if Met lure would:...,', , , ... :.. ,.r i. i f .l, l! ,r,.,i in
injrns wumirawai, as enuanirer...- ls Jle tllou,ht CJriUJt wouhl Ih- wear some bade by which folks , , , t t w . , 1 , v, 1 , n ,, d ub t at
the suci-ess of (Jeaxt and Wasox. ! i,.,.!,.,,,,! l,v a Lr, mnit.ri.v il,,,, 1. ' ,i,l,. l,,,iu- ulu-n. 1: is fil.l.m.r we l'l'""'tmeits to oTice, can convince huh he saj : I do not doubt that
x. . ., , , i . . t c i .1 in- ' , , , . ' t ic l p e that the admin strut on tlirouirh the inituence oi these voi-
Now, Col. Iokxky knows that Gen. 'received liefore, and that Illinois inijrht tell when he is, but, as matters ', '"'"'"' - . .. .
llARTBAXfT, a-ainst xvliomhisWlil-'-uW f've. Cfty . thousond majority
. ... M r ,-u.ifur him, likscrtiiitf iu this coniuction '
ity is l.r.ncpally d.r. ct, ,1, fa.rl) thut ut j,t,am,.at!i
nominated by a largo majority, n-g in Soutlu-ru IIHikhh will vote f.,r l.im. !
ceivinstbe votes of dcletraten from :
all sections of the State, from l,oth 1
winirs of the party, and from men
lnir-.that Gen. Caverox could not have
influenced, had he tried. lie knows;
that Cami.ron was not at the Con-!
veiition, ami did not try to influence
delerates. lie knows that while a
few Uepublicans, like himself, are dis-i
eatisfied, that the masses of the partvj ' . " ra'
., , ,. , "..disinterred at (icttvMiurir
arc content witn the cauuiaates, aau
that the llepublican
dozen exceptions l
tion. And he furtl
canuot comiH-1 the
State to pubniit to
fact Col. Foiixey does not wish to
As for the motive : controlim.' l.im, we
,..-, .... .. t.....t. :. .1: .
ed an.Vitioi, ; an effort to break down !
Cameron to make way for himself a.
itvi tw i-i Ul'. ll. m 41- Uirjl 11 IU4I11- ,
his successor; revenge on II artraxit, 1
ln - causir by his pursuit of Kvaxs ilao .;
proof was elicited that he (Torvfyi
jiocketed a iK.rtkm f the jiluuder. .
the naked fact istand-i forth that ly j
his laix-rs tothrowawav the State i
October - lie is tnnn -;nwf,- vr.;.t,
malice aforethought, lending himself
tcartily endorsed his 'amidst the most imi.ressive and sol- IATE 'n;i ' " ; 7 his ponularit; is due and it is' this i"g campaign in that State. The in- eity hall tins ,,,ornmf Mareebus Lm-
advocates his ..,.,.. cmn eerenioiiies. 'there was a pro-' , iw . ... ... , , ,vi.;..i, ;u i', i ,.,,i t;, terview was interesting and entirely, erv , euiior oi me i.ingor iwinu-
auoiau.s iiis tut- i .and known the more certain he.itlo w hii-Ji is to hear linn a second time - - .-. ,.,:, ,t.l f..r nw.inlu.r .,f 'Amount ..i rrenmini nxo .u! le t.i.i-
,er knows, that his , "7, " " V' " ' "TV. V "i "eoe the rey'lur tide, from A to It- into the Presidential chair with such . - ' " - - " . ' - i r;,
will not induce ..n.l ' v " "'V ' lr-,na r,,u,,I. rnr,.'' marks of popular confidence as no eeveleixu Moxahciiy to repibli- y'u"T, ' -f - - ..-..
will not iniiuce .nut Illon,j Howitzers, detachments of no- i. . .1. .r James C. Madigan, of Hunt-ton. and Am. unt .,r rai.itui :v
Republicans of the lice, sixteen wagf.ns with boxes con- A North Carolina Freedmau writes ,'m, f..(.i;,. ' r. " ' ' f , , William Pearson, of Rangor, where! wii,,ieiium'.er..i :s u,,1, i-ii.
wentiai ticket m .oven.1er. ' And 'delegates to the RaltimoreConven
that he now anticipates that result is j tion will vote for Greelcv.
evidenced Vv the further fact tint with
the small cunning, that as frequently
betrays as it wrves its possessor, lie !
ha- already, put forth the assertion '
that, in c.iM- II AiiTiiANi r is defeated
in October, Ids friends threaten to!
avenge themselves o,i ( i:nt in Xo
veiiibcr. . j
I'tit . will this game of ForneyV:
win!1; Will the Rcpitblicnn.iof Pcnn-,
pylvntiia permit this iinseriipiiloiisiiiiil
corrujit trickster to succe"d? We,
think not. We know they recognize!
the great danger and disgrace of per-,
milting this man to arrogantly assume i
a ditatorhip over them. They are:
faithful, both t their country and!
their iarty; and they realize that" the J
man engaged in this plot is a danger j
to the one and disgrace to the other.
In another column of this' paper 1
willbe found Senator Wilson's let-1
ter, accepting the nomination for Yicc- j
President. It is an earnest and elo-j
jueut iteration f the principles of:
the Republican jiarty, and will carry
satisfaction to the bosom of every mem
ber of the organization, whenever read,
showin" as it ilws, his liberalism
and genuine svmpathv with the re -
r r .1 I...
lornif oi ine o;iv.
llurknlew nt Home.
' Ruika'cw's county Columbia, aud
Fifhing creek, in that county, was the
most noted locality in the "Northern
States, during the" war, for rebels and
p..l...lavnin:itTiizers. there beimr the
pot where bounty-jumpers and draft
lescrters made their headquarters,
nd their council and advisers in all
their difficulties cither being Uucka-;
lew himself, or some one of his eoiili -
dential friends. Thus, while Hart -
ranft was fighting in the front, Rucka -
lew had his armv of rebels bivouaek-
cd along lining creek, o igageo .. ,
murdcring conscrij.t.on ofheers and ,
tax colh-ctors, and when the civ.l or
military mithorities of the Mate or
Xational Government sought to bring !
these wretches to justice, imchaicw ,
was the eloipient ph adiT in their de-
fence and justification, applauding the
fell spirit of treason and relicllien as
the highest of all State rights. The j
Ilt'inil'litan, published at Rlooms-.
burir, Mr. Ruckalew's home, thus re-
fers to these f:ict :
Mr. Ruekalew is nominally a law
yer, but really an olliee-set kerby pro-,
fession. He became prominent when !
he was elected United States Senator
by the aid of the Philadelphia roughs, j
and when once ensconced in ins seat
in the United States Senate, he held
his tongue and seemed to forget that
the nation was grappling with trea
Pennsylvania, loval to the re-
public, bore the
i: .f I, .-:
Oli:U!!l III tlUlll U
iviii.Htliier in one seat and a t reach-
erous Cowan in another. ' How not
to do it" was his chief study and in
accordance with this, he busied him
self with developing the visionary .
scheme oi cumulative voting.
nation w n i.frn trtri HUP l.if lihi I
V ' I"::""? '"'"li 1
.ur. jiurkimn iiiii-i iiiiuoi .mi.- ..iu ,
for tl... Tnioii .limno- rebellion : tin '
" - f ,
, I 1 1 . 1 1 1 1
j tin; other hand he at cast allowed his
M'" ' to establish the h .slung .
I C y V "M fr0"! i
"im would nave sa eti 111s irieims ami
tu. eounty trom ttisgrace. History
will record the fact that soldiers were
taken from the front, and sent to -Mr.
Ruckalew's countv to arrest a rebell-
m-v,a iaV(. (.rusl,ed. Perhaps never
jn the history of the nation had any
man such an opportunity to make a
, , . .I.
ni,e great riate til 1 cniisiania, lie
, i silence or dreamed t,f cumula-!
tjV. vting, while the real heroes of
the nation were strugglingto destroy
Such is the tcctinituiv concerning
Mr. Ruekalew at Home. It is a
frank statement of a respectable man.
the neighbor of the llcniocratic can
didate for (iovcrnor, and not the mere
1 affidavit of a note shaver and bull of
the money market, in theiM iiitentiarv
1 41 .. fi.m-ift Wi mmti it liefjllls.. it
. ,.-:.,,, ,.f l,!l,,ri u-1,11 tenrt li V of
U-ing circulated and studied at this
Scanlor Ucrni Intcrvlewrtl II Mill
Kappvrl lh Fhilndclphia Tirkrt.
CmcAtio, June 20. The Tiir
this morning publishes a rejiort of an
crview with Senator Logan at his
home in this citv, with regard to his
. ' . . , ..
view s tui the present political situa-
ti(a To a tU(.stion 0f the reporter
as ,(J wi,4.tM.r jlC Wa.i not for a long
1 - .: 1 ?. 1 :.. r...' . ,
M,u 7" ,",,M !
that movement, and neer for a nm-i
ment entertained a notion of joining j
1?. . 1 ...... rrl
!t- I" reply to a ,ucstioii if he was
, -i , 1... i. i ...i i
j uni mul 11 iiai i-iitin 111111-n 111111 i&ni 1
ii.iii . ... .1 1 :
(Jeneral Lojran alni ileclared his in- j
tention of taking as active a part i j
- ..... ... .
the canil:li,'U as ills health Will INT-'
ii.ai io.m t:nr.RTi:s,
interiueiit or ?ih itead f'oir.iera:-s ;
-An ImprfMlvf Kpectacle.
lliriiMoxii, Va., June
i .j: g n r i ..
f,-,"'rt' conirade?, and headed by
SO(.jety iu order was the Southern
Cross" Rrotherhood. The rear was
brouirht up by a line of carriap-es a
Mrect! nlons- the line of
!,,e 'Z't'l T V"'. '"I " "r"
ing, stores were closed r.nd business
generally nu-peiided. An immense I
concourse or spectators lined the
street - ". The whole affair was regard-
ne most. nti iress-.ve s-niv the
r.t tli tl'r
iwi icmoert, vte r,,r
1 J'V Y,E, ?A,A- J"". " 13
a. ...:,u i,if ; ,, ,, , V V, ' , " iteacn the essential elements or the uceus present, ami tne cenainiv oi - . . . - . -,,:.. ,i; tr:,.t nni-i.i.ti..ii I..M in tl... ' yeir. s...-r.t,ir ait i ir.usur.-r... v
ress, with a hair UolhlnMid Cemetrv this evenintr ii..,...; ..i . ..t .... ..... ii,; J,..,;....., :.. i. r.,.. ;i, Gen. (Jrant on the subject of the com- cratie di.-trict conxentioii he.ii in Hie ; iu.. Sn Ta.r i inier.-,t. -.i io
T.. I ;.,;,... .t...l f..ll ..I 1.1. . r .11 1..1.. v - wueeu i niuii xianiuin iiiimurii hnumi ilflfirn I ,.s t,i th,. 1:.. tiniore :
.11 lll.'lTIIIIIII III Lll-lllli 111. 11. OH. Ill itlll I'll 111 11. IIM III IIIU N lllllll'.-,!'... Illl'lk .Oft. - - - .. ..... ... .....
4 '44WHl)4Utl s
New iVntrevillo Imr
Sloayernek ... ...a......
lK.-loKatc to tiic l-mu.iltutl.nwl Wvt -
TIi Kuinmrr oihMIku Oim-iip1.
S!t I.oris June 18. Judire Hiili-
' In 11, (Jcneral Agent of the Atlantic
! "ml Pacific Railroad who "-
: i. ...... ..i ii.nf l,ef,,releiii mrrSI ernian.
,i,,iuia.ivu,... - n. . .
Texas, an nrmv oflicer arrived there
'r....... i..rt Itie'lmioiid. Jack countv.
nml renorted that a bod v of Indians,
- ... ? " I..
' thousand, had made an incursion in-
to Texas; and were overrunning
j Voting, Jack Denton and Parker
counties, and that the settlers were
j fillet! with consternation and alarm.
I The Indians, it is said, were going t
, Huntsville to lilicratc Soloula and
Rig Tree, confined m the State Iris
1 It is reported that all the Indians
1 on the Fort Sill Reservation hail left
j ,. the war-path. Already two fights
nan occurea near eauier oru, ...
which four whites were wounded, and
two Indians killed and two captured.
'l'lt. commanding officer of I- ort Kich-
nrdstui is said to have gone to Aus-
n,. consult witn tieiierai Auger re-
garding the invasion, aud the latter
js reported to have telegraphed for
two more cavalry regiments to report
immediately at the points threatened
,v t. raiders.
Judge Huhlx-H savs that there is
no doubt in the minds of well informed
minds of well informed
Texans that a biir Indian war is at
hand, and many settlers are leaving
there homes. It is believed that tin
Kiowiis were the leaders of the raid,
assisted by the Apaches and others
i,i Iteti.iont flvs tlwDemoerii-
cy must nnlorse ureeiey or tue.
rne, in Ii.rirviii.in in ii lervul yer.
.i., .... ...
In. , .ii. oi.e .veL.iiiu.i "I'.rei in
iii.u , ...i.v . ............ ...xv....
Dal, is two roads, the one leads to
perdition, and de other to damnntion,
which will you take?" Isn't 15 1-
alternative vtv like ?
iiiiitwwittir twiw in 1 in ii!w ul
. 1 1 J . . a . . . .
arK'. '"'" t9tn'
a k(i j r ircclt-vii lnnueiice tt pro-
1 .V ..1...1.I.;.. ;.. wLl.
PI IP IMftn t I Hlliriu vit 1 ivli 1 r hi 11 urn-
in?rt))11 ..(.ar, voll H0W Avol(, r-
ri,,, . philosopher. "Yes, sir," fal-
teril.Hv replietl tin-app icant. "Then
(nv awa v. from Washington," was
t he 011) v further remark vouchsafed.
The compositor now tenders the same
advice to Mr. (Jreeley "no matter
whether he can saw wood or not."
The St. Paul (Minn.) IVw savs
Horace (Jrecleys first efforts as a free
trader were eminently successful. He
liuutr 111 ii. 1 mini 11111 . ui 1 1 .-.mi. ji.
traded his record, his principles, and
, r .1
the go)U t.pliuon 01 inaiiKUKi, ior im-
,.ri v..!ee , f Winr lau-hcd at by the
world, and of beinginost unmercifully
lieatcn in NoveuiiKT by (irant. that would put their perjielrators 1m--
voiid tin? cognizance tif ordinary
The Augusta (Ga.) C,i.-tifiilioitl- flirts of law, and that would call fo
V7 comes out strongly in favor of the Und compel other correction than or
nomination of Mr. (Jreeley at Ralti- i;irv penitentiaries can afford,
more, upon the principle that half a heii the rebellions element mid the
loaf is better than no bread. "If," it ,.))m,1)t element t.f the country an
sa vs. "we arc to select for the head of .......l.;,,,.,! to ..-urn Tiossessioii of the
our columns tho nuiae that would
come nearest lieinif the exponent OI
our principles, we would place there
JeOt-rsou Davis." This beiii'r inad
visable, and under the circumstances
impossible, it hoists the names of the
Liberal Kepublican candidates as the
next best thin.
Hartbanft has lecn in office six
years, and that say the soreheads and
Democrats is lonr enough for any sol-
dier. lluckalew has Ix-en in office
nearly if not tpiite a (piartcr of a een-
tury, and that is not eamijrh lor a
man who sat in the Senate and re-
, . . , , .
, ot,.r won,Sj patriotism
, t ,K n.war(1).(1 0 AV,. iIS
scni-treaso,,. for those who were nt
w ii 11 us w ere a-ainsi us, ami v mis 1 .
r.uekalew was one of th.-se.
The Lewiittiwn Cazirlr savs Mc-
r.i i .1. 1. 1 1.
dure denies that
1. nire tienies inai ne nas iourui
m. 1.. .ti..f t. ..i.i.i .iii Tur f7r..j.l..vr
i... i.,f. ..t ... .1. ...:.....!... 1...
uui .lieijuie ui?.ij tlt illi n lll.il in n ut
stand, how are we to know whether -
he is Tom Pepper or A. K. Mct'lure.
. "hkeletVOimnios. o liviiigt-J-
lt,jr "as l"'""'" '"'' Mnimlitai:?
truths alnuit the Pcii.ocrats.orspe.it
...-.a... 4...... an . I .... j .......... . 41 ..
mm in t.ii-ijiiuuiiiig ii.i; ii inn-.
nles and acts of thct part v. than J tor-
,.c Grech-v. In 18"7 he wrote
end ublishcd the following in the
If there were not a unrsiMM-r or
.common h,l in the country, Ihe
Democratic vartti ironld Im- far
.,..,..,.,,...!, .- v..;,i.... ..!.........
tarv "instruction nor know!..b-e of
transpiring events is necessary to
"The black people of thin State ore
aware of the fact that their freedom
in this country depends upon the suc
cess at least for a time of the prin
ciples enunciated, and thus far faith
fully and honeMlv carried out bv the
Xationnl Union Republican oartv.
P'f1 W,ia.t a-,,,'an I, U'Z
"what are his principles to-dav r"
If Mr. Greeley thinks otherwise he i.
'sadly mistaken. The Democratic
j party of thi State are almost a unit
tor (ireeley or anything to iicat
Grant' and when thev (the colored
fl - anll n...
people) find that the bitterest and
vilest of the Ku KIux are hnrrawino-
for Mr. Greelev they will know that
wind blows them no good. There arc
not a dozen colored votes in orth
Carolina for Horace Greeley, unless
ne is me nominee 01 tne i-niiaueipnia more is progressing at the rate of trench ; 'tis the glorious boyish pnv- results would have ensued. Snell
convention; and such will (not) be about 100 feet a week. When finish- lege of standing on your "head and and his wife were arrested and lodg
Grant ctl him." ed it will be a mile aud a quarter long, turning somersaults- ed in jail.
oriHiAL i;i:tiiins or thi: nEPi nurAX rum
I'.'.l; ' a'
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111, lm) M
ij, i 1 1411
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if - Si
fc I 4ii lua
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laoo'j W'7 lf4! W4 1477 127S' 7i '" 1271!
ntl.ii. - J..l.n K. Iv'iiu l"l "' '"" '!
tf (ten liartrauft is the rascal tin
J"U-imt! ! AHwinhly i
p, J. u. si Q, i:
n! s s.1 & fc; i! ?'
democratic, c..peihead and cowboy ,r T) r 0 . .
sheets make hi.'i out to be, how comes " amiinton D. t . June 20th. A small i.cd pie nie was held near
it that Riickaicv, Wallace and "the ;ukkley ok no uueklky that is Tiik St. Louis, on Saturday last, by the
other democratic Senators voted to Qi kstion. National Sa-ngerfes'.. 100,000 pcopht
continue him iu the important oiliee The present political situation has "'ere in attendance,
of Auditor (lencrnl. an'orded a magnificent opportunity for Sheffield, Kng., uses up over seven
Mr. Ji ha l'orsyth, in the .Mobile the pencil of the satiiician for six ty tons of ivory every year for the
y.V('xr-, the leading I'cmoeratic
ioumal of the (lulf States, makes nn
ajuwal to the Democrats not to sur-
, ? 1 . 1
render principles, organization an
everything else in the madness whit
wems to rule (Jrccley's adherents.
Tim X'.m- Vm-W II',,, -!vj i.ftJre
j(.vs (,.,im(.ratic supporters in New
y;irk what Ilt.,v whh t. tIa, tr.th ,));
p,,!,! f (., n,.,irly everywhere else
throi.ehout the country, that "if the
sheep were fairly sejinratetl from the
goats, it would be found that Mr.
(Jrccley's supporters in this city con
sist almost entirely of that, class of
l)t.!U,)(.r;lts whom he has been accciii-
,() tU.u,mim ju tie TriltUtt,. as
(, u.i,l ofTscourings of creation,
'They have mortified the flesh they
nave put on pock ciotn ami asties'
walked on broken bottles ; they have
bowed their heads in a niiid-tuiddle
ami cried, 'Let us vote for Horace
(Jreeley.'" This is what the Chicago
i'uM savs of the Democracy. It niav
all be true, but we doubt the broken
part of the exclamation thev might
have been emtitv, however, with on
ly the corks drawn.
Alexander If. Sthephen.s has been
tellinga little story to Georgia Demo
crat, who expressed a willingness to
take auvbudp to beat (irant. It ran
,. .. . . i .1
in this wise: "1 our course, and the
course cf others with you, in jumpii
troia (irant to lireclcy. is not unlike
. r ,i I :,i ,i , i; j ii ,.
I l.'it fA the ItiotlkeV V it h till" llililll 11
Ui 1. . .
t one vi u lions.
. .... .
" ow h- jump,, i.atk startca at
""JT'lL 1 ""'I't" L h
ra a. .1 jum mg u u, cac.
siiiieuk, he nuaiiv reaeiiea the end
r 1 ' . 1 . . i., , ..,, ,.r ,1,,.
of Ins row, and at li: la.-ttlraw of the
1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . . . 1 1
and. falling lScad over heels broke his
.. sj,,..,.,, a..d mhers in ;uimii:-it
'."tk- . ' "" ! ." rf 1,1 J1"-1!''
w. 1 1 j . L-1 11 i j . t l.iiit inu..
livill lii. rnxt lining 01 vnuut, iiutoit ,
lMy U( m.jk(, & f.lla, jm whk.h
will land vou all .villi broken necks
t,R. tlf t;r,.,,,v below.
Savs Win. Rrvant in the New York
Kreniii'i l'vl: 'Should I loraae ev-
er Ih- the President of the United
States, we firmly believe that the
crime of an adniiustration with a man
at its liead so weak 111 principle as he,
so imbecile of character as he, so sur-
rounded bv such a crowd of advent u-
and cormorants and knaves as
I IT... .,.i !.....-
..u..i .si, ..,.., ,.,1 1...-
ruptioii and the crime of such an ad-
ministation would reach jiroportions
e t.i.iv iirei.:iro mirselv.-s for .tnv cal-
n,im;tv" tiat j t)(. eourse of liumau
events can possibly In-full any people
in their political relations with each
other and the world.
Mil)- Uratit mill Triumph.
Keasons iu al.und.ince are iven for
the confidence amonjr the Republicans
it the one of most weight is tliat the
Administration of Gen. Grant lias
1,,.,-n in its etTect upon the material in-
terests of the nation an unprecedented
success. .Ml the iuam.fat-turiiiir.com-
,,..., ,.-...t,,,,..,! :,. r,, . . r
mw !:u, vii.n (;,,, (!raut t(M,U J.ow-
, , f ,J
pK- iir.,1(, that if the Govt rnnUt
had imt maintained peace at home
and abroad, and had not wisely and
economically managed the . national
finances, these results could not have
been attained. Month after month
the public debt has been reduced.
w hile at the same time tax after tax
has been lifted from the shoulders of
the people by a Republican ('ohirrcss
and rre!ilci!t. and no amount of
, Il(.t' deserve "eii of tl,',.
p." ,l "l Wl" u,t
Self-interest, the most pow.
t.ve to human action d.-m:
.un nance ,n omce oi tne man un-
der whom the nation has so j.j-ospcred,
nll.l 111 IlitJ ft ,,(.!,. Ai,n..,,l,i.,,.i. ... ... tl. .
. in..-, .-..ui;!!.: i.iiiir-iiii-i a.iiiii i.i hut .
secret ei the immense Ftrcntrtli or
(Sen. Grant with the masses of the
people. There is, of course, jrnititude
for his services durin? the war : but
that dark epocli lias receded so far
into the dim past, that were there
nothing but gratitude for ffooil deeds
iLml n. n, 1.,1 r u,ni
noon tlienooular 'heart would be com-
It is to the irortd
lane ins of a Woiuun.
Toronto. June -JO. Phii-be Canin.
'H was hanged this jiiorniug. She
met her fate w ith calmness and com-
... . . .r . .
sure, evincing no emoiion on at-
ndiiiu- the ccair.ihl. The roue w as
aiiiiarentlv too loiiL'. as her feet nearly
touched the ground,, though her neck
was instantly broken, and she died
'"o """S"'. ", r l""'1";1"1
ana Mipi-oxett accomi.!;ee, i. oyie, is in
prison awaunig inai. in uer c
fession she accused him of eonuuitt?
the murder, hut admiUcd that ehe w i
The railroad tunnel under Ralti-
v elixtioxm or koykrset oi.tv, jisf, . 1172.
Keirinter h. lire 1 1
Hi "i n
3 I'M 7, 211 2 2il 11 HI 22 1 SI IW 41
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f ,lj,i J !! , i :
e4; eooiehsi at i23u' i wi w teal twj 4i:l"si4 'liwfrfo
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OI K WASIIINJTO MrTTKIt.
montns past, me nti-ijrant fiut-
porters have been in search of )
man to beat drant. On the first of
l ... l...l. n I.I...I I....i .
mvi u.-.-. nun lumnns ui
h Cincinnati, and as thev thought found
him in ir,.r..e Cr,.,.l..v. l,t.,.n,,tl.V
- ----- --- ... . , .................
hi." iir i.iyiiii.ii.i-t u Idlt' IIUIIHIT U 1
.i . . .i . .i .. i -.i
mem iiiai iue uutc lliaue a Illistake.
Since the age of Diogenes, who
searched Greece in davlijrht with
IT . I i 1 I . . i a
,i-r",,', ' io una an Honest
man, there has been no uch cxhibi-
tion of a torch light procession in full
day light until this one, to discover a
man who could beat I'lysscs S.
Carl Shurz, Relinont, Alex Ste
phens and Dan Yoorhees are all out
with lanterns hunting for the man.
It is well said that there is noth
ing new under the sun. Inltffijthe
RcIh-Is were troubled in the same way.
Thev lit their lanterns to hunt for Un
man who could beat General Grant,
and save the rebellion. They tried
Peiiiberton, Johnson, Ucauregarde
and Lee, but none of them would do.
At present, herculean efforts are be-
iug made to prevent Greeley's en- Early .Monday .Morning an engine
dorsement nt Raltiniore. It is proba- going west on the Pittsburg, Ciiu-in-blv
too late, but whether or not, it is nati and St. Louis Railroad ran over
of no consetpience to the Republican two unknown men, thirteen miles
party. To tl surprise of the Dem- cast of Stcubenville, Ohio. The men
ocrutic managers, it is found that the
tJerinans are in dead earnest arraved
ur iiiuiis mi- 111 uruu ruun'M ur.nu'i.
. . , , -
il"Ulll--l II.IIUO: UHTIll. UIIU liiai llll
" ... . - ,
coaxing ana no mreats can iniiuce
iiiein iu .u i im i. u man ri ooiiOAlous
4.. .1...! ....K.Z....1 a... 1 ......r..t fi .
10 ine.r pouiieui unu wn'ia. mean.
.. . .
i nere is ititul iiissuiisiueiuiii in 11c
endorsement, and it is suddenly dis-
. (.,,,: :irfl.a(,
... , . -,. . A
of being the strongest candidate, is
.. . ... ,
1111: 111-uiwi.st, pjji 1.11.
Any one can see, for the evidence
is abundant and conclusive, that the
Republican organization remains in-
tact; and that the (Jreeley noiniua-
tioii has only tlem jralized the Denioc-
acy. While there are difference to
be overcome, while it is never safe to
allow the campaign to drift, and w hile
great efforts and exertions are un-
doubtedly necessary to rally the Re-
publieans to the polls, the utmost con-
tidence is felt by our leading men that
(, rant's triumph in November is sure.
okf.kley axi THE KU KLI X.
, , . , . ,, ,
1 ipiti.r i,n4iu'i,ii rui.i.ivi,il lii.ri, fr,,tii
one tif those dark rebel centers
. , . , ,.u.h out of thr reach
K t . f, ' , U V- JU'
of the light that it is safe to indicate
something of their true feelings. The
writer is evidently a careful and dis
....:...:,,...:..,. ..1.. o.,.i 1... r....i.- ;..
1 1 llll . llUi.ll i't,r-ili1l, tklli. IIU 1111.17) !
disputable evidence that the Rebel
Democrats expect to accomplish by
the election of Greeley all they failed
to do by the war. In these out of
the way centers they freely discuss
1 1.,, f. 11 ,r tT tl.o .1, .t.. .1 iu.Ai.1,, t.i.
....... .I,..;- ....... f. - .1... 1-..1...1 ...
the pist.d's mouth; and the colored
,m.n are very much ahim.ed.
axi.v joiixsoxs views.
It is disclosed here, that the Dcm-
ocratd and (Jreeley men, anxious to
have Andrew Johnson's opinion and
judgment on the situation, w hile he
was iiere. soiiirut various omxirtuni-
ties to counsel with him. After it
w as over, he is reported to ha- said
to a frienii: " 1 his little atlair, the
Grant administration, .ught to be pit
out of here, but the elements of o-
'osnion are 1101 urjraiiizeu. inuecii,
ffV!' "J,? "I JuTut 1
the Lcpublicans are united oraiiue 1
!osition are not organized. Indeed,
erinir .Mr. Johnson s outer jM-rsonal
hatred for (Jeneral (Jrant.this inform-
ation may aflord very little eonsola-
"... . .
tioii to those w ho sought his a.tvici1
The usefulness of the Uureati of
education is indicated m many ways,
one of which is by letters from foreign
A letter has been received from our
to srcneral and common school cduea-
tion in Urazil. '-It is very airreeable
to know that tliey look to the l niteti
a .. ..,.i.-.i...,-
. .......... . m . .-. . , .- , . - 1 T V
ir..ini. u. i iiw Annul.
ti,.. ii..,...r,it;..(.miiiiHiu. nr.. l,nv
i,i,.ht nnd dav sendiii" off documents
t0 convince t he public judirinciit, but
r.ir ..-ith verv little evidence of sue-
, VTi.nvieui vo thi.- piifsu.vmt
,." . . ... . "
e:i. Rard. editor of the ( hata,
'.nlleruhl Tcnu. was at the AVhit.1
s v ' a !. .1 1! ,r
J,,uw yesieruay wiw. u ueu-auou
an ii,t..rv nm 9 l ull fmlii I ii
" . " . ,
Nellie (rrant as an '-American girl,
ii-l,;lt n-n i.ili'i.lv tuiinrttJiul iii n li,l.
........ ...OJ.v... ..
ter iM-nneU hy .Miss lrant to the
II.,..:... 1....I, Lt... .........
VJ...1,.. ... ..-i.,.,.. , ur
; ' as my simple ana very simple
r, If; The Queen says : I shall Cud
11 iiu.iw'i ur 111 inriri'i I ii:it n til iti....ik
i p- .t
' receiving you to-morrow afternoon
at our palace at Windsor."
. ; . PRIZE money.
The Secretary of the Xavy will
soon nistrumto ?iii(i,tK)o prize money
voted bv the last session of Coiictc
to the crew of the Kersarge who un-
,er Captain Winslow, sunk the Ala-
1 . . ,.
hama during the late war. CM
Tliere IS Olie "ri"-ht" on which.
There is one "right" on which,
thank heaven, a woman cannot en-
II rCSUlLS IIIII. , VL III v 11111111.111.1: 11 ill ' ..ti
1' It l 11 Au.llu.r
?; k v-
l! 3.1 i
lr.; V. m. lllli 2 lu Simurt tp.
liamtles of knives and forks, and about
three thousand operativesare employ
ed in forging and grinding the blades.
There is a wine cask in ttle cellars
l,u V'") '
',,,..,. flifft eont-mw A fldfl rrnll,.,.-
e . ' I.. i..ii t
of wine. It was earned to the island
mm Sandiiskv in sections.
I he great boston Jubilet
1 mi ..1 . . I . . .l
"'em-c. o , , miaj .as,, .in an
oiK-ning chorus of 20,000 voices.-
Some of the most noted European
musical celebrities are takini
this monster musical concert.
On ami after July I, 1872, every
person who sells or offers for -a!e
manufactured tobacco, snuff, or segars
excejit nianutactiirers or these arti
cles who sell only their own products
at the place of production, will be re
quired to pay a special tax at the rate
of $.) jmt annum, without regard to
the amount of his annual sales. The
exemption of persons whose annual
u..l.. .1.. r.. AY, I litlOlh 1. .......... 1 ... 1
. , , ' '
were Iving across the track in
1 r , t
t feet Of
'tc directions, the head am
...... ...... . ....... M. ...... v 'i
......i. .1... ,.;iJ ti... ,.t 1 . 1
...1 .... .. : a-
p-i-eu un-i mini, tuning on men. 1
heads and feet. On the body tif one ,
if.... r,.iti.,l .1 ..i'. .1 i-..i" 1.1,1 1 ..1 .;j1 ,. L-
" s ii.ini " .. 1u1.11 j,.,.-. ,
u-ai; t 1.....1 ,...:. , i
111111 iiiiu.ini tii.i.i 111111111 on ii-
The following are the dimentions of;
n imiiiit old v.v tree iTrnwiii"- nil the ;
Ti . 1
Martinis of Rath s estate at Longleat,
..... , . , ... , . , . ... ' 1
iv ins, r.ngiaoii ; jieigui, iei-i,rii-j
cumference of branches, lt!4, feet;!
spread of branches from north toj
south, ..' feet : and from east to west, I
00 feet; girth f stem at one foot!
from the ground, o2 feet; smallest!
girth of stem, 2 1 feet 9 inches ; length j
of stem " feet. Under ordinary cir-i
cuinstaiices age of vew trees mav be
approximately guessed at by allowing
a century for "every foot in diameter
of stem ; thus this famous old tree
mav safely be calculated from 1100 to
1200 yoars old. It is a growing,
healthy tree, rather eonc-r-haped, ami
is vcrv dense in foliage.
Til E TI KI.
Jfjfctir 1'itrk Knrro ;lUuiitti Maid
NkrH the t'Rtet Tlmr on Iternrtt,
Roston, June Hi. This w as a field
v for horsemen at Mvstie park, the
, . , . ...
j'V for horsemen at Mystic park the
liest recorded time ever made in a heat
lM-ing achieved by Doble's bav mare.
Goldsmith Maid, thi- afternoon.
Tilt- spirt olK'lied with a ni"e for i
$1,0(10 for horses in the '':40 class.
ive heats weie trotted, the
,,,nl ,,ml '"J .V" t ,
'aJ; "'f''- 111 'll -'
Th(.n (..inic t,i(. ri.at r..(.corthe
dav for 3.nOO lx-tween Doble's Gold-
MU"itl, Maitl and Hickok's bay mare,
Luev. The odds were strongly in
favor of the Maid, w ho w as never in
i,..tt.r 11.i t;. m 1
The fir.-t heat was trotted and w..u !
l,v ,he Maid in 2:21. licf-re ,he si c-1
oud heat the track was -craped and '
rled, and was never better fitted to j
trt .n. The Maid w as also in prime
order, and Dobh- before starting !
on ,.P .j ii,i,. helore starting !
time ever made. A very even start .
Wils iiai, Lucy push...-the Maid, who t
,,aJ t,w al,l. w,,lt t
(puirter at a sla.-hini' Lra:t never ma
k'm!r 8kip ftoni the ouartcr to the
i..,if ti. Maid kept ui her nai i! i
1 -,lJ1" I'1 "l' 1 I ." ;
the home stretch, bein-r pushed by j
Luev, w ho made an abortive attempt j
ti lmi Iiit rival rlmt it was no use. fori
. ' , ' , , . i
Iiolile sent the mare u.iin r use wn-i
ill "' l'.l1.
'i'i,.! ',',v,.;t..,i t i ns inteiwe the I
I he excitement was m.t iim , im
liectators licimrta.rlv carneil W:: !
when the time was announced.
The m xt heat was also a fast one
Goldsmith Maid winning in 2:l!j.
Horrible Railway Arrideut.
S'tki iiknvili.k, June
I S. r.ai'lV
.-... 4 ...1 -t .- i. .,. . t .1,. ..ii.rtii.. i,iltllll,r
opuiii.ti in.. tiling i.ii iiiiti v., ....-.
west on the Pittsburgh. Cincinnati i
and St. Louis railroad ran over two
unknown men thirteen miles cast of .I''- r-.-rivei ..n f;n;;w;!;
this lilace. The men were lviniri
across the travk in oiiosite itirections. i
the head and feet of each resting on
the track. The wheels passed over j
both, cutting off their heads and feet. ;
Maine It tnorrat it Mate Convenlimn. 1
. i- . i .?
eonvenuon. .o iormai instruction.-
were piven to the delcates hut the j
, . ... 'T. '.' ... i !
seilllllieill OI IIIC convention was cienr-i
sentiment ot the convention was cienr-
Jv in favor of tho nomination of 1 lor-:
ace tieeelev tor 1 resilient. "
Memi-ihs. June 17
ville, Joseph HiggiiM mid Joseph
Snell, hoth colored men, had a des-1
per'ate fight, growing out of an old j
feud Thev were arrested by the .
. , ". 1 ir kJ . ft M i
marshal and carrieit oti. rvMin alter-
..,.lu Sliw.tl'rf wife enti-n-d lliri'ins'
hous,. nrmed with an iron poke'rand i
iM.at Hi""-ius' wire to death, literally
01 ill 11 septus nm i. ui-.n 11, .1111.....
smashin" her skull like an cirg shell,
,.. . , ,, .
Iliggms and Snell being t.oon re-
lnsn,l rnimiinl their fio-ht nml but :
h - aed resumed their fi"ht and but
for't.ie interference of citizens, fatal j
ISnllMny oll!ilii- i:r.Tt-tor Jinlony,
A Mlnintrr AniiHrl for It Is.ln3 n.
fithrr fiini Snprllrrftrt.
Cincinnati, June 17. The Tun---,
mul CifDiiirlr'if l.awrcncehiirg .-j--cial
savs: About nine o'clock this
morning, on the l!ulinai.lis, Ciiiein
nati an.t I,ar;lV(,tt,. :;IJlV :;.. :is the.
express we:-t, "which leaves J'incinnati
at T:-'J0 A. m., wun iipjiriiio hiri1,' j:!l.u
iKthtown, twenty milt s .nit, it came
in collision with a -jii i -al train frmn
St. I.ouis, i-ontainiiig several hiifiiiced
Cinciiiiiatiaiis returitiuv from the
Saengi i-f est, n -ting in t 'n- !e:,;, f
one of the cxcur.-ioiii.-Is ualueil enier,
a member of th.- Wa.-hiugton Rmul
Cincinnati, who v as standing .:i tin
rear platform of the M'cond passi i! 'i-r
coach, uud w as iiin.-t horribly crushed
between that and the third ear. Sev
eral other piisselig'TS :) the sj" ci;il
train were .-lightly injured. Thecars
of the special train were badly ihii.;-;
aged, ami both engines t!i iv."n fr.,;;i
me tracK. I he engine o; i!:e
train was rendered iim h-.-s, h::
I -1 'J
cylinders and boiler kn k. d to pice
es. Jt seems that the leirt.hir tram
had orders to take the .-ii!e track at ;
Klizabethlown, but Wassnme ml:i..te:
behiinl tinie, end was standing ...n the
main track. Had the regular train
been in motion, the h.ss of '.' i-..:i-x
have geen great.
EFKKCTS JKAI.oi sr.
The Rev. J. J. Tli ;i.-'in, formerly
pa-tor of Christ Mcthodi.-t Kii.e.,i.a!
church of this city, but now of l,"av
enworth, Ka., wa-this iiiuniiii'.', about
' hateh.-t by a man named Ha,
! 1 lirce gast.es were ma-n- on the in a I
one blow pem trutili'.- tin- cavity nf
the .-kull. It is thought that Thomp
son will die. The parties ae v.-ry
reticent. It is said that Mr. Thump-,
son called at the house of a fi.rme."
member of the church, a::.! in ie:ivir,'j
tot,k the liberty of kiting tin- daugh
ter, who had also been a member of
his flock. This s i enraged Raum, who
was the lover of the girl, that he at
tacked him, with the result indica'.ed.
son, when itpproaehed bv
reporters, deeiiiied at lie present t.iu.
to furnish names or particulars. ;
Memphis, June i'o. I .-' Itan
si.in, alias Wright, a iiotor!..u- burglar,
whose arre-t leil to the arrest of
Angelo Marre for robbing the.-afe i:i
the Chief f Poli-es otiice, attempted
to escape from jail last n:g!it by h t
ting himt !f down will; a rope fur.
ni.-hed by out.-ide parties. Ahe a
ilescending he was iiii : i r ,1 ! v tic
jailor, 'Jackson, who fired tit"h".i.!.
. , .
m.-om throng;, tin
, , i- . ,
causing him to !p it to t
. , , ,
e was men
a 'ni 1, v. i it: 1:, i
OI IN WILSON A
Or Sagar-Coatcil, Concentrated,
Root and Herbs Juice, Anti
unions Grannies. THE "LITTLE
in Parro rhysic.
Tho novelty of modem Mcsliot. Chemical asj
rharmacen tiral Science. Xo n.-e oi any longer
takto? the laric, K-pulivc and nauseous piii,
compowj of cbco?. crude, anil bnlicy ingredients,
when wo can by a careful application of Chi ruirsl
science, extract all the caiharlic and other medi
cinal properties from the ni)t valuable roots and
heruj. anil courentrate tlieta into s minute Oran
uio, scarcely larger than a mustard
seed, toatca:i be ruotlily sua.loned by thereof
the mot eniiitive toui:ic:i4 and fdtidiou9 tatc.
Eachlittle Piiritntlvo 1'cllrt reprefentf, in
mo-itcoocentrated form, at much caihartic power
as is embodied in any of the laree pills fuund for
t In Ihrt ,lm . a), tn. Fr, ,"i tl ir vnn,lrfi, I
thartic power, m ; pniTorti.in to their ize. peoplo
vho have not tried litem arc ait to fappot-c that
they are hitfti or ilm-uc in etleet, but such is nod
at all the c.i-. t!i different active medicinal prin
ciples of which ther aru composed bein to tar
raonized a:iJ moliiied. one by tho others, as t
prodiiia a iml scnrcliiuz and tlior
iiicii, yet scutlf ad kiudljr operating;
IfiOO Reward Is hereby offered by the pro
J.rietor ot thee I'ellets, to any cheiuicC who.
u;hiii analysi. will find 1:1 them any Calomel or
other fonua of mercury or auy otiicr ciu'erai ;
neln-; entirely TCcetable. noju-.tealar
care is required while UMnir them. They otic-
rate without distnrbanro to th-j aonntirntion. diet.
tor juoniiice, lieauarne.
tnonin, uiiiwus attacks. Pain in
"7 ,,1V"od u
(.inomy turebodiuKS take ir.
f IL10 rum.ed.al power of my Pui-
it a variety or aicaies,
anion nnou tho
Is universal, not a
rseapinir their sana-
t:ieir ra,-r-cit:rir ana bcins enclosed in glass
av fresh mul reliable, whica l not tho ca.o
with tliL-iiils found in the dm Btorcs. pot nn In
or u-ite-ooara oosrs. nexwiievv uu.
hn. a f.iitilvd Altera
Purfatlve In imiiraKd. these liitie
IVllef will triv
o tuc lioai pcrieci aaiu!iakuua ui
ell who use taem,
xhoy nrJ BOja by alt enterprising
UiUglillllliai CCUIIS DDIUCa
Do not allow any drasst to induce
k .vthinr e!?o that ho may far is
pood a my rcllets DeeaaM 04 makes a .larger :
drutrjri-t cannot rnpply them, eocloso 23 cents
aad receive tliem by return mail from i
J.-. r riEUCE, M.D.,Prop'r,. -' :
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entitle, oi i;e.ii..r,ieiiiiniy ( a
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DIKiw Srnn. U.i. Mutual Vlre .I.Nil. mi'KS. 1
ln. fn., Si.tnerset, Jlav . i S.vrvt.uv.
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Sty vinuo-.f awrit..f run r-r;.ine.i .n:..r
iiivi-nnrtiii funimuu riea i f St.imrset I'niiniy,
Pa., an.l tn me ilinvte,!. 1 wilt exi.e to .i!e liv
. ,,,,. ul.rv. nt tiIK- i ni.ne."in S Mi.-nit.
"' Kri.lny the Sih .l.iv ..f July. Wi at 1 ohn k.r.
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,wni.i.-...f man.i t..iii,.f,.n.min,i.--.riiH.,i r.ai
( - mate, vli: two certuhi Lit of anuiuil. situate 111
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Fanov Dress Goads
Notions, Ribbons, &c,
EOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AM) Mian ;ons,
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The Somerset Herald.
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r.lj. in nli.irt.lt liehiLt a V.tirdy aeliiii tlip.iuli Ue
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aaiH i:u. eintln iti-rleii ill the lnnly. It will i "r''
iin-: ny eural-!e illiieuiie.
V..r H-i.e I.v JIKYEt.S & ANAWAI.T. 1'- r!:t.
l-.i.. au.l l-v .lealeni in Vaiuilv AU-iliriiu'S every
n.i.r.. July 171
wTt H AX 1) I! LA 1). ine f the irn-aterit a.ly-iii-v
iairi'4 in u,w i.iier..l i T.uDe'e au-l K.-n-ttukv
I.in.19. whi.h have Uen iH-lri'te.l hy t
pn n,'iit iiwm r i'h i"liei ial tre a to health. I'ru
iluettvi'm iiii i,f u l!. e-inveuleii.e nf railma.1 an-i
river !ai i!itie-i. aii.l a thi.r.iuuli exaiulimtimi "I '
tie. Tli.-i.-i UiikIk are n.n ollere.1 al very h w
irieeii. tn eiiaMe every iiHlustrinun man to live -un-i.er
hi own vine ami h tree," ami neiiiHliia
verv itntOiii.-.' luveKiment. Kor full iwrtkulari.
ail.ireM . r eall nt the nlliee nf I'. Mittti.iiEB. II
Slr.lt hllel.l iH left, I'ltulurh. l'a.
JAIIS E. !i CO.,
Watte Clocts ui Jewelry,
No. 68 Fifth Avenue,
rif iviniiTVITlIi 111 t.
K s. H n , 1 1ll. a,H a a - -
FINE W ATCII ES CAKEFT- LLT KEPA1KED
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