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SFATLNEL & REPlfLlJCAN
Wednesday. October '29,
fc. F. SCinVEIEIl
rnrroa akI Mtorairrofe.
Skow Mf fcj fne dVpth of thre
hicbea t Negmnee, Mich.,- Week ago.
Gkbma.vt is afmat to put her tele,
graph wire under grotnd instead of on
Tit: GovernnrcM commences to pay
ilver coin fnts Week in its business
Ttlf.Cr lias been a fall of snow of
fotir inches in certain parts of Nebras
ka within the pant week.
TllR pott master of Pittsburg has
hen indicted for perjury bj tbe grand
jury of the city.
Certain banks in Chicago and other
places aie fTif rftfrg to resume tpcie
payment. So it is said.
Our'Doinocratic friouds are highly
pleased over the election of Allen as
Governor of Ohio.
Till amount of land' ttndef cultiva
tion in Great Britain this year number
109.540 acres 1cm than last year.
The yellow fever dis ress in the
South, or more particularly in Tennes
see an4 Jouii'4B 6ft SCSteelj yet
An iron manufacturer named Fox,
doing business at Ianville, Pa., last
week paid the last month's wages in
TlIET have a ghost in Minnesota that
must hail fmni the infernal regions, for
it tose bibles tut hot Water. That's
The Agricultural Bureau at Wash
irgton estimates the corn crop of ibis
year to be 250,000.000 bushels less
than that of last year.
The majority vote of Gordon fur
Supreme Judge is by official count
stated at 11,294, and State Treasurer
ilacker's at 25 352.
The South' nt the cotton tax re
funded. Cultivators and consumers of
tobacco might as well ask that the tax
on tobacco be reflnuVdv
Gov. MnsES, of South Carolina, in
bis late message to fTie Legislature of
that State, stated the debt, funded and
floating, at $21,000,000.
Xew York is discussing queer
question to the unsophisticated. It is,
"Should or should not tuen be allowed
to play crtquet in Central Park with
A van named Shaw, a husband and
father, a resident cf Washington coun
ty, X. was convicted of murder in
the Erst degree, lasx Thursday, for the
poisoning of his wife and aeveial chil
dren. 'Pardee Hall," the building erco
ted and donated by Mf. Pardee for the
use of the scientific department of La
fayette College, was dedicated on the
21st hist., at Eastoo, with great cere
monies and pleasant festivity.
Professors John Light and G. T.
Dell left Altoona in a balloon on Thurs
day afternoon at 3 o'clock, and landed
at Warrior's Mark, Huntingdon county,
a distance of twenty-two miles air line
from the starting point, an hour after,
or at 4 o'clock.
The whole vote poled at the late elee
tic for State Treasuier was 104,294,
of these Mackey recieved 244,823, and
Hutchinson 219, 471. Mackey's ma
jor thereby is :y53.
The whale vote wolew for 8wpreme
Judge was 466, 176, of these Gordon
rccievd 240,235 and Ludlow 225,941
Gordon's majority Uercbyia 14,294.
Some one has proposed the assem
bling of the State Legislature under a
call cf Gov. Hartranft for the purpose
of lending the credit cf the State to
"bat.-, on deposit of national or
State loan,' to any amount less fba
$30,000,000. A contemporary saya it
cannot be done, for the reason that tbe
Uuitetf States Constitution deelares
that no State .hall emit bills of
credit." See Sec. tf, Art. 1.
Soctiifrn men are full of schemes
that if uudertaken would effect the
nation largely. Due suggests that tbe
general government pay tho South for
rhe liberation of tbe colored people.
Another suggests that the tax once re
ceived fmm the South on crtft'on be re
funded by the general government.
And last '-but not least," a Jfeird- sug
gests that the negroes be forced to
leave the South. That they be com
plied to go to Santo Domingo or eotue
Other Southern country.
Colonel Whit-let, chief of the
United States Secret Service Corps,
bas wftKir the past ten days arrested a
gang of sixty counterfeiters, who oper
ated chiefly it titer Southern States,
with tbe moatitams of Tennessee and
rtb Carolina for their headquarters.
Tk paper money put in circulation was
in denomination of "fifty cents, ten
dollar national baok notes, and fifty
dollar United Stater legal tenders of
tbe aeries of 1869," and was made
chiefly in Ohio. Tbcy also dealt in
coin "Mexican dollars" which was
made in Kentucky, and was sent chiefly
to-Hie (Stilf States. "Tbe criminals in
clude men in every station in life law
yers, doe tort, justices of the peace,
"iuajrtri, Usited States deputy mar
shals, clerks of tur1i, and numerous
The air seems to be ladened with rumors ef
Congressionel relief schemes Tor railroad t.
Sthenics Tor ship canals. Schemes to pay
a portion, if not all of the Southern debt.
Schemes to refund the Southern cotton tax
and other scheme, mora than efiotfgil an
hundred times over to put Congressmen on
their guard against the manipulations of
the Lobby. The PiiUburjt Telegrapk of 2",
writes on the subject as follows. From
the goings r.t in a number of interested
quarters', we judge tht a raid wilbeuiade
on Congress this winter on behalf of a
number of schetnas involving an enor
mous expenditure of the public money.
Tbe Kortb a Pacific Railroad, it is now
pretty generally conceded at Washington,
inc(t! or being deterred by tbe failure of
Jay Ooke Ji. Co., from asking for subsidy
aid, will ask Congress during the coming
session to guarantee the interest on its
bonds for a large amount in exchange for a
portion of its land grant. To meet tbe
anti-monopoly feeun'g recently so devel
oped in the West, the Company will pro
pose, if tbe subsidy is conceded, to permit
Congress to tlx tbe rates of freight and pas
senger (ares. There is a coolness in this
idea that is admirable. But it is hot alone
the Northern Pacific that propositi to lay
siege to the Treasury. The Union Slid Cen
tral Pacific tteaira to gt rW of paving any
of the interest on their bonds, which the
Govern menl has indorsed, and which now
amounts to an annual charge of millions on
the Treasury. The siiuplo question that
ought to meet Congress is whether the
United States shall go on for an Indefinite
time paying its annud proportion of inter
Mat An . n.iiwtn.1 nf slTtr-flve mitllrtna (the
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M llm Hill VI OTIKII IWKtM f , ! J
the principal, or nether it will stop tbe
business now, by compelling these compa
nies to pay the interest promptly, or lacing
the road and selling it to thos- who will.
It is certain that the United States as sec
ond mortgagee will have in the end to take
these roads to protect its own debt and in
terest, and possibly the sooner it is done
the better, but this is what the lobby will
Be em4uyed to contest and Congressmen
to vote against.
Besides these schemes there are other
jobs sf ciicmons? magnitude, all having as
their objective point, the Federal treasury.
Tbe cotton tax is one of them, the assump
tion of Southern State debts another, itrtd
there ar half a doscn ship canal projects
that will coat tuitions and hundreds of mil
lions, a great portion of which wHI go to
enrich Credit Uobilier and construction
companies. Then are rumors of a com
bination of all these projects, so that they
will have a surprising amount of strength,
on local considerations alone, to commence
with. Tbe Southern Pacific road also wants
a matter of sixty millions. A Washington
corresjtoudent figures up the astonding to
tal of seven hundred millions, u the gross
amount of tbe sum demanded by these
combined raiders on the treasury. Of
cou.le they will take less, but the figures
are sei high at tbe outset.
What Congress may do, and how it wi 11
meet the assault on its integrity, is difficult
to determine in advance, but after the ex
posures and scandal of the last session we
think ihe least particle of prudence wonld
dictate that the whula batch of claimants
and plunderers, of'aiious degrees of cor
ruption and impudence, should be turn
ed adrift to browse as best they can on
private pastures, where they w ill have to con
tend w ith individual integrity and shrewd
ness. The Kepublican majority in Con
go's cannot afford to carry these subsidy
schemes. The load would be too much for
them, individually and collectively, and po
litical expediency as well as higher motives
dmian4 they should be rejected l the out
set firmly and decisively.
Ex President Jgiiksox was sere
naded at the Metropolitan Hotel at
Washington, D. C, on tbe evening of
tbe 23rd inst. Calls were made for a
speech. The ex-President appeared
and delivered one, in which be deliver
ed his usual talk about tbe Constitu
tion. He denounced Congress, a good
deal after bis old fashion. He wished
for tbe return of the days and times of
the old Democratic and Whig parties.
He believes the "liberties of the peo
ple are gone." He referred to the
"Patrons of Husbandry, or Grauges."
For them be cared nothing further than
that if they could right things in na
tional and State governments he wished
them success. He favored a war on
monopolies. He believes gold and sil
ver to be tbe Constitutional currency,
and favored the wifhtfrawal of all na
tional bank notes and the substitution
of greenbacks, to be received in pay
ment of all Government dues. It Was
a speech characteristic of Mr. John
son. Tbt ex-PresMetit certarttly bas
the right ts-ta-k whenever and wherever
ib? people will listen to bm, but the
point of a speech such as be delivered
at Washington is obscure, nnles, in
deed, it was merely to talk.
The managing editor of a New York
paper was called to testify in a Brook
lyn court as to tbe authorship of a cer
tain article in tbe paper over which bi
management extended. He stated tbe
name of tbe editor of tbe paper that
being sufficient to rest a prosecution on
Tbe judge was not satisfied ; he wished
to know tbe author of the article. The
witness wo!d not tell. 1 be judge sent
him to prison for refusing. Editors
and publishers are responsible for libel
ous articles, and authors, in cases of
prosecution, are of no account. Tbe
law only sues the owner or representa
tive of the journal publishing snob mat
ter. Tbe judge in question saw differ
ently. He is wrong in bis opinion and
in its enforcement.
A DELEGATION of mora than two
hundred Virginia West Virginians
have been on a visit to this State during
tbe past week. There was a large per
eentage of ladies in tbe delegation
wives and daughters. They entered
tbe State by way of tbe Cumberland
Valley. There is now a continuous
railway communication from Harris
burg to Martio6burg, and while on a
visit to Governor Hartranft, at Harris
knrg, their spokesman dwelt with de
light on tba avenue of communication
to the heart of Pennsylvania. Tbe del
egation also visited Philadelphia.
The President has pardoned Joseph
Lurkey, of SonttJ Carolina a Knklux, sn--
t"nred to eig,bt rear I
Tfe Cheater Cafttatl Tf afedj.
rotTBToilixa tbial or wftsilat a. pddeb
Xoob at west ennrraft') r a-, roa thi
sh'udcb or wisrikLB i. oxjeV-ura ibsub
AkCB coaraxixs nrtrLT ixixBasran ib
tub built umn cooksii bmplotib
ob aora SIDES.
Many of oar reader ?!1 docbtlers
remember tbe particu'ara of the mur
der of Winfield S. Goes, neat Pcnning
tonvtlle, on tbe first of July, 1873;
bnt Inasmuch as the case Is oBe of pe
culiar interest, inasmuch as it involves
a plot to defraud insurance companies
IS well as a deliberate takiog of human
life for the purpose of biding the con
spiracy, we have prepared tbe following
sketch, giving a brief summary Of tbe
facts elicited at the coroner's inquest,
which implicated Wlllism . Udder
sook as tbe perpetrator of tho fearful
The facts of the Goss ease are about
these : A tuarritid man earned Winfield
S. Goss, who was in very moderate cir
cumstances, bad a life policy in the
Matual, Continental, and Knickerbock
er Companies, of $5,0C0 each, and
$10,000 in tbe Travelers' of Hartford,
making $25,000 in all. Tbe ptemium;
on these policies amounted to over $400
pet annum, a sum larger thin Goes'
annual income would apparently justify
him in carrying. During tbe winter of
l$72 tbe insure J man was reported to
btve been burned to death in bis shop ;
but tbe insurance companies believing
that all was not right, refused to pay
tbe policies, and Mrs. Goss brought
suit to recover. On tbe trial wbicb
ensued William E. Udderxook testified
that be was intimate in tbe Goss family,
and on tbe night of the disaster be had
called there with a friend and found
Goss fixing a lamp, for which be wanted
a chimney. He and bis friend went
after tbe cbimney, leaving Goss in the
sLop working at the lamp. While tbey
were gone he supposed the lamp was
npset and the building fired ; for when
tbey returned the shop was in flames,
nearly destroyed, and Goss missing.
Goss was not beard of again, but
charred human remains were fonnd
among tbe ruins, and be believed tbcy
were' ftse of Goss.
It was shown on tbe trial that Goss
had bad especially beautiful teetb.
Tbcy were such fine teetb as to attract
tbe admiration of a prominent dentist
of Baltimore, wbo made overtures to
obtain a east of fSem. 'f teeth in
tbe remains found were defective and
decayed. Tbe widow recovered tbe
full amount of the policy against tbe
Mutual, of New York. Tbe suits
against the other conipabfes are still
During the trial in court on the part
of Mrs. Gobi to recover tbe insurance
effected on ber husband's life, a brother
of Goss came forward aod presented a
watch, bearing the look of having un
dergone some fiery ordeal, and swore
that be found it in tbe ashes of the
burned building, aod also testified to
its identity as being tbe one carried by
his deceased brother.
A. Campbell Goss is a brother to
W. S. Goss. He was formerly a life
insurance sgent, aud it is believed that
it was be that conceived of the plan to
have bis brother's life insured to a large
amount in several companies, to then
proclaim his death by burning, and tbus
secure tbe amounts of bis policies of
insura'DCe, which were to have been di
vided among tbe parties engaged in the
conspiracy He has also been arrested
and held for trial.
The charred body was so mutilated
when discovered as to prevent identifi
cation, but investigation since tbe ar
rest of Udderxook bas brought to light
tbo supposition that it was resurrected
and taken to Baltimore to serve tbe
purposes of tbe offenders. It was
expedient to keep W. S. Gos absent
from Baltimore, and for seven mouths
he is believed to have spent bis time at
Newark, New Jersey, and Coopers
town, near Bryn 31awr, in Pennsylva
nia, until be was joined by Udderxook
and finally disposed of. It appears
that Wilson, alias Goss, became weary
of tbe delay and feared to return to
Baltimore lest be might be discovered.
Udderxook, being in constant dread of
bis fefftrn, is believed to bave deter
mined to take his life and thns nd him
self of bint forever. Accordingly, on
on Monday, June 30, he got off tbe
cars at Penn Station on fbe Baltimore
Central Railroad,- ra company with a
stranger, and that evening both took
lodgings at Mr. S. E. Jefferis' hotel at
Jennerville. Tbe following day be
(Udderxook) hired a horse and rode to
Penningtonville, and on (be way back
stopped at bis brother in-Iaw's, Samuel
Rhodes, and remained some time, after
which be continued bis journey.
Rhodes testifies that be endeavored
to induce him to join in the conspiracy
to tob of mfttder Goss, bst be deeided
to have nothing to do with tbe transac
tion. Rhodes made no reply to Lis
letter on tbe subject, and be thought no
more of the matter until the 1st of
July, when Udderxook put in bis per
sMial appearause at bis mother's, at
Jennerville, iu Chester county, and
from there came on to the residence of
Mr. Rhodes, bnt be not being at home,
be, with bis sister, Mr. Rhodes' wife,
went after bim at Mr. Baldwin's, where
be was harvesting, and informed him
that be bad bis friend with him at Jen
nerville, and that be wanted ,hira to
join bim in robbing bim ; that they
could procure something at the drug
store to render bim uneonscijis, when
tbe money euwJd be obtained. He de
sired Rhodes to loan bim his horse and
wagon to bring tbis friend of his. np to
bis (Rhodes') bouse, for a few days, so
that tbirdeed could be done there, to
all of which Mr. Rbodes- pervmntonlr
declined, and remarked that be bad
better abandon sucb ideas and go home.
He remarked that be was going to do
it anyhow, and left him, Coining to Pen
oirgtouviile. Hiring a bbfse and bug
gy of Mf. A. C. Baldwin, be left, say
ing be was going to Jennerville for bis
friend, to bring bim up to his sister's
for a few days. He went to Jenner
ville, got bis friend, and they were seen
to leave the village about six o'clock in
tbe eveuicg, and that was Hid last seeu
of tie man alive. Tbe horse and bug
gy were returned to Mr. Baldwin that
night about midnight, with the loss of
blankets, oil cloth, io. NotLiug was
ttcugbt about tbe loss of '.Ltse articles,
as it was presumed the min was or bad
been under the influence of liquor.
Tbe price of the blaukeU was demand
ed and was paid by Udderxook, and
thus tbe matter ended. Mr. Rbodes
disclosed bis suspicions to several of
his friends, and among the number was
G. P. Moore, who, on bunting through
tbe woods on tbe evening of Friday,
July 11th, accidentally discovered tbe
dead body of a man with the arms and
limbs both cut off; the throat cut, and
four or five stabs io the chest and body,
any one of which would bave caused
death. Wbea there faots were made
known, the buggy was carefully exam
ined, and blood was found upon it in
several places : tbe dash was btut, and
tbe leather of it torn, besides the bows
being broken, showing; that the act of
killing was done in the buggy. Iu the
buggy was found a handsome ring,
which has been identified as tbe one the
murdered man wore. The body having
lain from July 1st to July lltb, was
too much decomposed for identification
from the feature, but the general ap
pearance, size, color of bair aud whisk
ers, left no doubt that tbis was tbe
friend Udderxook left Jennerville with
on the evening of July 1st.
After returning the horse and wagon
Uddetxonk visited bis mother's house,
where b's clothing was washed, and
then left for Baltimore, where be re
mained quietly at work until his arrest
on tbe 22nd of July. He cetrayed
considerable surprise at tbe time ot his
arrest, although he expressed confident
ly his belief of proving bis innocence.
On bis way to West Chester he was dis
posed to be quite communicative, and
only ceased at tbe suggestion of tbe
sheriff. He told the story of bow be
was suspected of tbe crime in the fol
lowing words : "I came np tbe Balti
more Central Railroad one evening in
the latter part of June, and while sit
ting in tbe car a stranger asked me to
get him a drink, as he felt badly, to
which request I acceded, and from tbis
we formed a partial acqunntauce, and
89 we talked, and went to Philadelphia.
On the evening of thj 30th of June we
got.off the ears at West Grove station,
on tbe Baltimore Central Railroad, and
from there the stranger and 1 walked to
Jennerville, where we put np for the
night. During the night the man was
vrry sick, and required my attention at
intervals. The next morning I hired a
horse to take a ride, but the horse
wotrldtr't drive, so I rode bim to Pen
ningtonville, where I hired another
horse and wagon, with which I return
ed to Jennerville, leading the first
named borse. From Jennerville, in
tbe evening, I took the stranger riding,
and left hiia at Cochranville, from
which place be said be wae going to
Parkesburg, which was tbe last I saw of
tbe man. After quilting bim I drove
bacV 19 Penningtonville alone."
xbe" in-rarance companies, as well as
tbe ctficcrs of the Commonwealth, Dave
been actively engaged in securing tes.
timony, and they bave long since gath
ered a mass of circumstantial evidence
of the most startling character. Link
by lick the kben-eyed detectives bave
forged a chain which forms a circle so
near complete that it will be difficult to
imagine by those not versed in tbe law,
wbat plausible plea can be urged in bis
defttce by bis distinguished counsel.
The trial commenced yesterday, Octo
Tbis is unquestionably one of tbe
most interesting murder trials ever beld
in Chester county, and one in which tbe
citizens of Baltimore also feel a special
interest. It is almost like a romance
in its details. The seal ring and the
set of teeth will be important yet silent
witnesses, and tbere is a wonderful sim
ilarity in the fact that tbe body of the
murdered man seemed to have been al
most as skilfully dissected before bu
rial as if it had passed through the
bands of an experienced surgeon, as
probably did the shapeless trunk wbicb
was palmed off as the remains of Goss
after the burning of bis shop in Balti
more in the winter of 1872. It would
be difficult to imagine the dreadful ter
ror of those who were implicated in the
plot to defraud tbi Insurance compan
ies and tbe accidental discovery of
tbe remains of the murdered man
through the agency of buxxards, wbo
literally picked them from their shallow
grave, recalls the story of Eugene
Aram, whose victim, first covered with
leaves and branches, was exposed by tbe
winds and storms of heaven, was then
washed from bis grave by heavy rains,
and finally the river in which the body
was tunk became dry. How true it is
that murder will oat, even though years
oiay elapse before tbe majesty of fbe
law may be fully vindicated. And yet
bow difficult it is for jurymen to decide
on merely circumstantial evidence, no
matter bow plainly it may point to the
offender. Justice U inclined to believe
every man innocent until be is proved
guilty ; aud William E. Udderxook
may rest assured that in euligbteoed
Pennsylvania, and in tbe county of
Chester, so rentrw-icd for its- intelli
gence and iearning, he will bave a fair
and impaftial bearing. Kindness, ben
evolecee, lnd charity arc the charac
teristics of in any of its citifens, and yet,
with all their forbearance' and generos
ity, p-rhspS no community in tbe Com
monwealth are more iu favor of condign
punishment when it is well deserved.
Press of 24A inst.
The Phesidexts or the Usited
States; 1?7o to 1876. This is the
titld of a beautiful Photographic Pic
ture, 24x30 inches, just issued by L. A.
Finlery & fa, Publishers, 16 Cedar
Street, New York. We cannot con
ecive of a more appropriate picture for
tbe parlor ot the office than this. It
abould be in etcry bouse iu tbo land.
It instructive, as well as ornamental.
Tbe design is tasty and well conceived.
In the centre is a large oval photograph
of Wa-ibingtof, a very superior likeness,
taken from a copy of Stuart's celebra
ted painting in Faneuil Hall, Boston.
This is sorroSSded by seventeen smaller
photographs, ret resenting each of tbe
other Presidents. Tbe photographs are
all by Sogardus, tbe celebrated photo
grapher, President of the National
Photographic Association, and the ae
knowledged bead nf tbe art in this
country. Every picture is a gem, and
is surrounded by a gilt oval, and the
whole by an ornamental border in gold.
At the bead of tbe picture is the Amer
ican Eagle, with outspread wings,
clutching in its talons tbe starry ban
banner. Under each portrait is tbe
name of tbe President it represents,
the State from whieh be was chosen,
and tLe year be served. At tSe bot
tom of tbe picture is printed in orna
mental style the title. The whole is
mounted ou extra thick photographic
card-board, ready for framing. As wt
said before, this picture should be in
every boose in tbe land, not only as an
incentive to the rising generation to
emulate tbe example of these great
mec, but to afford a medium cf inform
ation that come borne to thj heart of
every citixen, and in regard to hich
few are prepared to converse intelli
gibly. When framed, tbe pietare is
simply elegant. Tbe picture, un framed,
is furnished at Five Dollar, and framed
very handsomely iu black vra'nnt, orna
mented in ebony and gold, with erd
and everything complete for hanging
up, for Ten Dollars. Tbe publishers
will forward the same to any address in
tho United States upon tbe receipt of
tbe price. Ex.
Among tbe Srst who hastened to the
relief of the Sbreveport sufferers was a
beautiful young lady, of Philadelphia,
who was willing to bravo even tbe ter
rors of death to give aid and comfort
to tbe helpless victims of tbo terrible
scocrage. Sbe was Agnes, the daugh
ter of a United States naval officer de
ceased, and was f iopted by S. and Ag
nes Arnold, of Philadelphia when
scarcely three years old. At Sbreve
port her nt ble bravery and devotion
gained for the itle for ber of Angel
Agnes. One night, while walking with
a sick child in ber arms, she fell down
a stairway, and fractured ber spine,
and died in great agony. Only a few
days previous, her intended husband,
wbo bad followed her to Shn-veport,
died with tbe fever. Both bodies were
brought to Philadelphia for burial.
Tcesdat, December 1C, 1973, will
be oue hundred years since the tea was
thrown into BoHotr barbor ; and it is
proposed to celebrate the anniversary
all over tbe country. Philadelphia Will
of course take the lead in a ''Tea Par
ty" worthy of tbe event. The Cen
tennial laities could atilixe it profitably
if tbey would take charge of it. It
was the precursor of American Inde
pendence, and ought also to be honored
as the precursor of the Ccntetrofcrf of
Independ ence. Pros.
That iron pipes are beginning to take the
place of railroad transportation of oil, wc
find in the fact that the new pipe line in
process of construction between Millers
town and RarmSton, Allegheny connty, is
being rapidly pushed to completion. The
engines and puiupTct-e all on the ground
and the tanks are going. The pipe will be
three inch lap welded tubing, and will be
twenty miles in length. It will be fed by
Vandergrilt k. Fornian's two-inch lines,
which are connected with the melb in all
parta of the Butler district, and will be of
great seirice in opening up a rew outlet
via the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern
to Cleaveland and the seaboard. It wiil
hare a pumping capKy of 8,0VO to 3-5,-000
barrels per day, and will cost about $9,
000 per mile. It is expected to be in run
ning order by November 1st.
Mr. Doty, of Springfield, III., married a
beautitul woman. He lived with her a life
of tbe extremes! happiness for ae year,
when she died. Upon her death-bed the
foolish woman exacted a promise from Vim
that he would never wed again. At this
time he was snre he would not. In due
course of timo tlic old lore wore off, and
Mr. Doty bacame engaged to a Chicago
belle. After a while tho memory f his
promise to the dead woman haunted him.
and so affected his bapwmess that he told
bis friends he feared it would some day
cause him to commit suicide. It did. Be
ing in Springfield he went to the room for
merly occupied by himself and wife, and
blew out bis brains. Ve was during tbe
war adjutant of a Massachusetts regiment,
having risen to tliat position from Ihe
A maw named S. If. Smithy of Brooklyn,
N. Y., was arrested andl sent to jail on last
Friday for bribing his Snred girl to poisob
his wife. Tbe wife i not expected to live
If she dies te will be bong, and if she docs
not die he ought to Be hung, anyhow. It
was murder, nuke it as you will. Tbe in
tent of an act is wbat constitutes crime.
He wished to kill his wKe. His intent con
stitutes the murder.
Western men do not seem to be scared
much ou the question1 o" railroads as a de
spatch from Omalia, Iowa, under date ef
the 25th, demonstrates. The despatch
says. The snbcripfm ot tht stock, of tire
Grand Island and Xiabenra railroad are
being made at the rate or $o0,C00 daily.
Nearly the whole umnt has been taken.
"Pea or gronnff nuts" will be higher
in price tbe coming jcar. Thej bave
bees failure as a crop ia tbe South!
Four inelieS of 4oow fell at MillwauVej
Wis., on kit Fritidy
Cayuga Lai attracts "rench settlers by
producing I'roja wctglting over filteen lbs.
Timothy B. Snow, a clerk in the West
field (Uass.) post-. thee, Im been arrested
for rubbing letters.
The Mennonites who settled io D.tHot
have become dissatisfied Willi (he cdiintrr
and will remove to Nebraska.
The Texas cattle drive for the season
throngh Kansas will afgregateotOfTOO Eeart,
valued at (id per slecr.
The society of Friends in Indiana are re
ported to hare abolished all ruL-s against
That mau in Trenton who found $'27,000,
about two year ago, is still adverting for
the owf thereof.
All the outgoing steamships from New
York to foreign ports, an Saturday a week,
carried large crg"e ef breadstuff and
Tbe money-oider clerk in the Atlanta
post-office has absconded. Therv fts a de'
licit in his account, but tbe amount is not
Charles ti- Pmrlpa, cashier of the New
York S tate Treasury at Albany, has buen
arrested for stealing $ HW.00O of the State
On Friday, October 31st, tbe Vienna Ex
position will close. On the evening of that
day the city will be illamiuated and a grand
banquet will be given.
General Sara Houston always had on his
mantel in bin parlor a written notice that
General Houston retire at nine o'clock
The earnings of tbe Pennsylvania Rail
road Company during September, 1873,
was 2, j,076, an increase of $37, Col
thr same month last year.
Mr. Tome, imprisoned in the York coun
ty jail, ten or twelve years for contempt of
court, was set at liberty a few days since,
on Ihe ground that he was sufficiently pun
ished. The Baldwin Locomotive works, of Phil
adelphia, discharg-d five hundred men
week before last. This reduction is caused
by railroad companies revoking their or
ders for locomotives.
The Chancellor of Delaware decides that
the view from a window cannot be obstruc
ted by the erection of any building on ad
joining property, after it has remained un
mterrufrfud for twenty years.
The Convention of the ex.-cBtive com
mittees of the rations of Ilnslutndry, in
council at Keokuk, lwa, decided to es
tablish in every Slate of thel'nionaburMi
for tho collection of agricultural staTistics.
On last Saturday a Titnsville man na.ned
Newton, in trying to Irihten his sister, 17
years of age, out of bed with a shot gun bo
thought was not loaded, accidentally shot
ber in the forehead, causing blatant death.
The First National Bank of Athens, Pa.,
was rubbed on Monday aigbt of lat week.
While the cashier was at his desk live men
entered, gagged and handcuffed Mm, and
carried oil JJ),OoO, mostly in specie de
posits. The ca.-liier was fouud ou the ttoor
of the hack otlice next morning.
The fastest train on the English railwavs
is tho Great AVestern Express between Pad
diugton depot, in London, aud F.v.-ter. Its
avrrage rate si" speed is 45 61-100 miles
per hour ; bnt b"ec-n Paodington and
Swindon it travels at th rate of 53 62-100
miles per hour, iiicluding the stopping.
A white oak tree a.i rut down a short
time ago in LcDamm connty, which yHdc I
3,000 feet of plank, and ten cords ot wood.
j Tha logs were five and a half fevt in diini-
eter. About thirty five years ag the tree
was trimmed, and about three cords of
wimkv were cut from the litub.
A clergyman once, when reading the
burial service, came to tbe place where he
must say, Our deceased brother (or sis
ter.) Ho did not know which ; so, turning
to the mourner, he asked whether it was a
"brother" or "sister." The mourner inno
cently said, " No relation at all, sir only
A new law has been drawn np in Ria
to legalize the family relations of those
w ho do xt accept the established form of
failh. Hitherto no nurriage not ccK-brv
ti-d jo the orthodox church has been valid ;
tbe law bas not recognized the religious
practices of tbe sects, so that marriages
bave no I-gal validity, and children hare
no right to inherit the property of their
parents or relations. Under the new law,
though the sects are ignored, their mar
riages arw to bo legalized by registration at
the police offices.
A despatch from WatcTtown N. Y. states
the dentin, and briefly narrates tbe history
of an old citizen thns. Robert Sexbnry
died on October 23d, in the town of Leary,
Jetfcrson coun.y, aged one hundred and
ten yens and seven ni'inths. He had ac
quired a great reputation as a hunter in
Northern New Tork. He had kilied over
2,000 deer, when past gight years of age,
bo met with an accident which necessitated
the amputation of one of his legs. He stood
tho operation withont Kinchin;. His fn
iieral was attended by several of Ms chil
dren, aged between eighty and ninety years.
Auditor's) Jot Ice,
THE undersigned, appointed Andftor by
the Orphans' Court of Juniata connty
to distribute the assets in the hands of
Philip Marie", Fxecntovof John Sell, de
ceased, late ot Fayette township, l and
among the creditor ot said deceased, here
by gives notice that h will be in his otlice,
in M mintown. on aaturuay, November 1!,
lf7.i. to hear all parlies interested in the
ALFRED J. PATTERSON,
Oct 29, lb73. jlmiilor.
Xotlce of Dissolution.
THE partnership beretoloru existing be
tween Hmh Hertxlerand William H.
Kurtz, in Ihe name and style of Hertzler A
Kurtz, at Van Wert, in Walker township,
Jnniata connty, has this day bevw dissolved
by mutual consent. All persons bhv ing un
settled accounts will pleas call on W. H.
Kwrta, at Yak Ver. aud roa Ik settlement,
and those having claima iH present them
for payment, a Ihe books and accounts-are
in his hands tor settlement.
Wit. U. KCUTZ.
Oct. 21, 1873.
W. II. KraTZ will continue the basnev
4 k.. .1.1 .-na T-i u .. I .... 1 1 .
. vhi n . iu.ii.iui iur an past
favors, he is hopeful of future patronage,
and heartily invites all to call and diamine
fllHB undersigned appointed by the
X Court of Common Pleas of Juniata
county Auditor to distribute the balance
in the hands of James S. Cox, Assignee ot
Peter Eby, to and among the creditors of
the said Peter Eby, hereby gives notice to
all parties interested therein thai he will be
tor that purpose at his otlice in M.ltlin
town, on FRIDAY, tho I4th DAY OV NO
I.CCIEN W. DOTY,
Oct 22, 1873-d .TaMfror.
Trlsii List for Decenbr Terhi,
1. Dr. G; yi. Graham vs. Overseers of
TurbVit towns-h'p. No-41. April term, V'Z.
2. State Bank vs. Neal MCCoy. Jo. Ii
Sept term, lS7o; ,
. George W. Gorton vs Siruuel Hoff
man. No. 1 14, Sept. term, 172.
4. John Wilson vs. Michael Pare. Nc.
14, December term, 17. ...
6. B. F. Cronse vs- John McMan:gle. No
4?, Kebniarv term, l7o.
6. John Tbomson vs. David Smith. N
53, Fcbril iry tarru, 1873.
7. John Shcueloff vs. Exckicl Campbell.
No. M. Aprfl term. ViU.
8. WUIiaiS) Wagner vs. John Light. No.
29, April term, 1x7:5.
9. ' Jonathan Burns vs. Elias Snvdev. No
49, April ternij 1S7-5.
10. Margaret M. Hunter vs. H. R. Shear
er No. 54, April term, 1S73.
11. Richard Johnson vs. David Smith.
No. 110, April term, 1873.
12. Jesse Kced, Adm'rof Susan G raham,
deceased, vs. Samuel T. Dimiu. No. 1 l'J,
September term, !f 73.
13. P. S. Ijjrgett . B. F. Crousc. No.
6, Soptembvr term, 1P73
14. Jacob Weiser vs Henry Bey. No. ,
September term, 1873.
15. Wm. Given. Assijrnoe of C. J. Chani
beriin, vs. W'ilber F. Mctaltaui No.
Septi-nflwt term, 1873.
1. Jesse Briner vs. William C. Beale.
No. IIW, September term, 1873.
17. Elizabeth Stouffer, Eancutrix of HeD
ry Slouner. No. 131, September term,
IRVIN D. WALLI3, ProA'y.
PnOTUOSOTABV'S t)f X'B, )
Mifflintown, October 18, l!73. S
sic of Gtorgt Pile, itttattd.
"v"0TK'E is hereby given that Letters of
i.1 Administration rum ttstunnto annexo
ontheetite of Isaac Pile, late of Pila
ware township. deteaJPil. rfavebt'eri granted
to the mderigneI. All pe sons indebted
to said estate are requested to make in
niedbte ji ntit, and those having claims
will please present them duly authenticated
S. G. DRKSSr.ER,
Oct 22-flw J.iimaiWratirv.
CASVASSfSC BOOKS SEST PHEE FOR
Prof Fowler's Great Work,
On ManhooJ, Vt'omanhood and their
Mutual Inter relations ; Love, lta Laws,
Agents are selling from 15 to 25 copes a
dav, and we Send a canvassing txx.k free to j
anv book ag.-nf. Address, statinr exp.Ti-
ence, etc, NATIONAL PLBLIdUIXU CO. !
Philadelphia, Pa. j
Mp Y y MOORE'S RURAL NEW-'
.U..W 1 YOliKKU, thetireat l!!t;.-ira-ted
Agricultural and Family Weekly, is th
Standard Autfeontv if yon p-aciical subjects,
and a higlVtomd literary journal. Only $'.
5U a year less to clubs. Great Premiums
or Cash Commissions to agents. Thirteen
niimlx'n) (Oct. to Jan.) on trial for only 5 i
cents! Premium Lists, Jtr:., sent free to
ill trial subscribers. Address D. tf. T.
MOOBE, New York City
Why 44 Konsvkff per) Manual " Sell
A successful agent says : " Unlike all
other liooks. it has a rl.Vrm on woman's at
tentioii. A f.-onse-to-boiise canvass pays :
70.IK in one week was made by a single
For terms and territory ojly t J. B Foitn
A: Co.. New York, Boston, Chicago or Sau
Columbia Classical Institute,
A Boarding Scho.d for Young Men and
Boys. For cirrnlars address Rkv.II. 5.
ALrxtSDEB, Columbia, Pa.
Home Lite iu the Bible. By
PanH-l M.wrfV, D. D , author of Night
Scenes in tbe Bible," and " Oit Father's
House," of winch IKrIy liir,lh crf ies ot
each were sold. Set'f for circular. Z1KG
LkK . M'Cl'UDY. 51 Arch st., PUiladcl
W A 1 T E D
Farmers ami Farmers Sons darin;;
the Fall a;ul Winter months to do
business iu their own and jidjoininr town
ships. Business respectable, easy and pays
well. For particularr address S. S- Scbax-
rox A. Co., Hartford, Lonn.
THE 15 EST PAPEIt
THY it i
The Soncriric Amkric ix is tbe cheapest
and best illustrates weekly pnrs-r pnb'isheil.
Every miinher contains from 10 to 15 origi
nal engravings of new machinery, novel in
ventions, btidges, engineering works, ar
chitecture, improved tariu implements., and
every new discovery inchenustry. A vear's
numbers cortain Wi'l pigestand several hun
dtcd rngrari'igs. Thousand of volumes
are preserved lor bimling and reference.
The practical receipts are well worth i. n
times the subscription price. Terms, $t a
year, by mad. Specimens sent free. Mav
k hod of all Newsdealers. PATENTS ob
tained on tbe ba st terms Models of new
inversions and sketches examined, snri ad
vice tree. All patents, are rmhlishcd in the
Scientitic American the week tliev issne
Send tor pamHib-t, 110 pages, containing
laws and lull directions tor obtaining pat
cls. Addresa lor the paper, or caneern
)ng patents, MI NX 4 CO., 7 Park Kow,
N. Y. Branch Ottice, corner Fand 7th Sts.
Washington, 1). C.
The cheapest and best in tiie market. War
ranted truly selt-aaljusting. Special in
ducements to Washing Machine agents and
tho country trade. Liberal term. Agents
wanted. Send for circular. Amkbh.-a.sj
MtCHi.xi Co., Manufacturers and Patentees,
otlice, 4;i0 Walnut St., Philalefphia, Pa.
SEHD roa C4TALOOCC.
DOMESTIC SE(t l.G M.1CH1XE CO.,
VII .tO IlETtfU y,,uhK iian $(.
and upwards ; Breurh-Loaders, $:,! to ,;5
nuirn. nciinim. nun i-iiii. ..... u.m
Goods sent to alt parts of the conntrv by
espresa C. O. D., to be examined beYote
paid lor. tt e send a gennine W. It C.
Scott Jt Sons' Muzzle Loader, with flask,
pouch and clean ine rod, nicely boxed, for
$35. Semi stamp for Price List. SMITH
fc SQUIRES, 52:! Uroadway and 50 Chat
ham street, N; Y.
(No Tar used), for outside work and inside,
instead of plaster, Felt Carpetings, fcc
Send two 3-cent stamps for circubur and
samples. C. J- FAY, Camden, N. J.
FIRESIT)F R,NGE COE PfRXEU
1A E..R SI N CHIMNEYS
made by PLI JI E &. ATffOOD, pro!
duces tbe largest light. Can be used on
any coal oil lamp. For sale by all Uuun
Good Cider all the l eaTBoiTnrt
The Neutral Snlphite of Lime, as pre
pared by BIUJXGS. CLAPP 4 CO., Bos
ton, formerly J. R. Nichols l Co., kens
cider sweet all the r.,. ..i .- .
... j . u ...... . lors.
office, 9 College Place.
t'-M. Money Made Fast 91,000
Ky all who will work r... n. it .
- - i nwn writ
ing you d . not And ns all square, we will
give yon e.ie doilar tor vonr IrouNe. snrf
stanin (or rirrnl.im to
O. U. BUCKLEY . t'n T-t-i.-
' s---w.vris.vii, .l WJ .
ST.4 M ER IXG.-DR. W H ITE'ST
S. STJVIVKWIVlI KTlTM.i ..-
Fourth avenue, N.Y. Best references. No
pay rntil cntM. Send f.r cwwlar.-
WOMEN Boys wanted to sell
onr French and jfmericau Jewelry. Books,
Games, tc, in their own localities. No
capital needed. Cafaloene. terms, sic.j
sent r.KB. P. O. VICKEhY CO., Ju
3" to 9) V'T rij-v ? -Sents wanted f
"'J lJ ' Jll classes of working people,
of either swr, yonnjr or oM, make more
money at work for r.s in their snari mo
ments, or all t!ic time, than t anyifcingeNe.
Particulars free. .1 Idrcss G. STINSON'
h. CO.. Portfand, jiaine.
GRJXDEST SCHEME EVER KSOWt:.
Fourth Grand Gift Concert
roa the BKitrrr or thb
PUULIC LIBRAKY of KENTUCKY
ii,000 Cash GIFTS $1,500,003
230,000 for $-30.
The Fonrtb Grand Hilt Concert aphor
ized bv special act of the Lgiff'nre tor
the benefit of the Public Library of Ken
tnrky. will take place in Public Library
Hall, at Lonisville, Ky.,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1872.
Only sixty thousand ticket will b" sold;
The tickets are divided into ten coupons or
t this concert, which will be the grand
est mnsical display erer witnessed in this"
coimtrv, the unprecedented sum of
divided into 12,001 cash gifts, w
ill be dis-
tributed by lot among ine i:cKei-
ust or crrTS
One Orand Cash ilit't
One Grind Cash Gift
One (.rand Cash Gilt ....... ...
One Grand Cash Gift ...... ...
One Grand Cash Gift
lt fash Gilts $1D,IH eu h i
30 Cash Gifts 5,Ofl each.
50 Tash Gilts 1,000 each.
SO Cash Gifts 50 each .
100 Cash (Jilts 400 each.
."0 Cash Gilts "00 each.
2-VI Cash Gilt 200 each.
325 Cash Gifs 100 each.
11,000 Casb Gilt 6b each.
Total, 15,000 Gifts, all cash.. $l,500,i;o)
The distribution will be positive, whether
all the tickets are sold or not, ai.d tho 12,
tXiO gilts all paid in proportion to he ticker
PRICE OF TICKETS:
Whole tickets $"0 ; Halves $25; Tenth,
or each coupon. $" ; Elevin .!iolr tK-ket.
forSVNI; 2' tick-'ls for$l,fi00; lH'i
ets lor 'JVi.'Mi; 227 whole tickets for $')-.
ooo. No discount on lesa tluu VJ0 orti
of tickets at a tim.
Tickets now ready for site, and all orders
accompanied by tbe inoivy j-nJiiiptly filled.
Lvlerol terius niven to those who buv to sell
again. TH S. E. BKVrfM LET TE,
.fgent Public Lib:-. Ky., ami Manager
Gift Concert, Public Library Biuloiug,
Fobweblt 's'oon A Mass..
ST.UI0XARY AND P0UTABI.C
The De?t & Most Complete As
sortmsnt in the Market,
These ensinesj have alwivs n i-v.tai ic.l
the very hi-h-st stindtn! of evi Hence
We make t!ie m.mm.n-tnreof Eiiir;-!. ft. i I -er
mid Saw Mills a sj-ri i(t . ITe h .ve
the largest and most roni(.Kte trk.s of the
kind in the country, with m u.-'ii:u-i v espe
cially adaptetl to th-- w.ri.
We ke-p couH'aiiily on binil : f -j nr;ni
hcrs of Eugine.s. whiclf vfv tumMi at tin?
very brcst price stud on lh- shortest no
tice. We build Kiiames sj e-i UK- a lapt.-l
t. Mis-. Saw Mills, t -..: Mill. TMmeries.
t cu'ti.n G'ir.s, Tu'rvsliers and all ci;is.-s of
We are now btiildin? the c-.-Icbrate l Lane
Circular Saw Mill, tV bet and most com
plete saw mill ever invented.
W-j make tbe nianalactnre -if Saw JS;'i
outtits a secial feature ot our business, ami
can furnish coiiipb-l.- on the short.-! not:ce.
bir aim in all ease is t. fiimi.sh th. b--s
ntii-hinery in the mirket. aisd wirk abn-i-lulely
uiieiiualed for b -ar.ty t de -j;i,e;oii-oiny
Send lor circnlar an.1 Price List.
I'TICA STE,M ENGINE It).,
I'tica, N. Y.
jOTlCE IS P.tRTiritt.:.
I the matter of the Eitate o,' Ji.ub 5, -ley.
The Commonwealth of IVnnsvtv.mU t-
M.irgaret Lepley. widow, S.uli, wile of
Jonathan Hugh, .Mara.-ef, v. ite f lUs-t
Donley. Chrisiiann.i. wife of Abraham Zeijt
ler, M atilda, wireof Tibuan T-plev, arid Pe-t-r,
Anio. Jacob, J.me and Saiutiel Baiivv,
heir at law of Jacob Ha.lcy, d-c'd.
Yon are h-rebr cited to b'c .ind ap-ear bi--foreonr
Jndr-e of our tri4iiins' t'oi:-t v
bo held at MitHinlown, co:i,ry of Juniata,
on the first Monday of Decern b..r. A. D.
173, at 2 o'c!ock P. M , then an.l there to
accept or retuse to take the real estate of
Jacob Riiley, di-ceas.sl. at the appraised
valuation put upon it by an Inquest riulv
a-.vanh-l b tlws.ji.tc.stir?, aid retiinust fcv
the Skeriir the f. th day wf Aogast, A. D.
1-7:1, to w-t : 125 acre at and for the sum of
$5 21 J per acre.
JO.-rrrt i?n :i,..,ifr
sfiFR irr a iifpiit
'THIE liinlersine-l, appointed 9 tniS!rr
J- by Hie Court of Common Hens of Jrc
niaia cotmiy to pjHrtiin C.e nv.nev n.
m the hands of Henry V. (Jroniue'r anil
t alvm it Horning, As-siunees of Oo-go
(..when, anions; the several creditors of the
said Ueor-e Goshen, will attend to Die du
f i.f fai l appointment, at hi office in
Mititmti.wn, on Monday, the 3rd. day of
NovKMiitK, lis-;:, W,en sn 1 where all per
mn int-rrsted wlij picase BiU.Dj jf tl)CV
J. A. CHRISTY, -ludifor.
Oct. 8, 1373-td '
"pHE mulerswuevl, Juy appointed bv tho
-- Court ot Cointuon IVBJ of Juniata
cimnty nn audiifr to apyroprwte r tlis
tribute th money in tiie nanus Wifliani
J.iven Assignee f Ambrose II. B.-iii,ty
it r? amon? o creditors of the sni.l A.
It. Bentley, according to law, will attend to
ine limit of said appointment, at hi of
nee in M filintown, on Fkidat, the 31?i
day of October, l.;7:t, when and where all
persons interstel will nlease attend
J. A. CHKISTY, J-aditor.
Oct 8, lS7;$-ta
A Wholesale Pmcrrawi'rnT Agent for tho
throngh; self setting Needle ; nm lii-ht ;
SeWS last - llhiunn.1 U... ... . .
, ..,,,,:,.. ma-ie oesi nn-
tshed most durable Machine in ev enc.
WRITTEN GUAUANTEE FOR 3 YEARS
For Crrenlar, Terrr.. Jtc., a.ldres
AMERICAN S. M. CO..
22 N. Second Street,
T Harris burg, ponn'a--
J ams T, Manager
UarrisJwrg, Sept 19 lS7i-im-