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T'1' -il mmilr jtl r BttlV TXr-. rr tl rne-T , ; ,-i-r t- -,-rrwI Uaoaot B. Qoopundh, Editor. CLBARF1BLD, WKDNKSDAY HORNING, NOV. 14, tire. Eudr, tf yoa Waal to know watt It going aa la tha balloon world, yuet read osv aevertUiBg eolamaa, tbt mohiI aolanlB la part too lor. Must Go Ik. The Washington i hromac says the Itepumicans nirjp accept Grant for third term, or poiit iral chaoa will be tho result. VII It can't bo anv vom. r Mark M. (Uriels 'i I'omeroy Pits gon into bankruptcy. Hit creditors are numerous and scattered throughout the country. : Tbodobttatrfrrtigatoovei H0,O0ttBtid thore art no assets. Called. Wo uotioo that the Rev, Mr. (ilendonning, of Jursoy City noto riety, has accepted a call from the congregation at Henry, III, and ii now packing his traps to go Wont.: Wo ad vine the congregation at that place to "kcop a look out," because the clergy man indicated belong in part to the Heecher persuasion. ltAMOAL Doixixks. Vf In Potter county, whom the people have been cnif over temperance ever iinee 1855, the Prohibition Inject received only TWO votes, while tho "whisky ring" candidate Tor Governor has a largo majority. How is that for "pre cept and practice ?" Is it not the same game tho Hcribei and Pharisee- prac ticed over eighteen hundred years ago T (jIooino Back. In Massachusetts, Ilico, the Radical candidate for Govern or, bents Gnxton, Democrat, by only 5,27, while ho lacks 5,763 vote of having a majority on tuo popular vote. Tlmt is a little rough on the Plymouth Hookers. This loyal and refined Com monwealth has boon in the liabit of giving from 50,000 to 80,000 Radical majority for fifteen years past. X Poor Sion. The Doylestown Democrat says : '-The recent Republi can victories do not appear to have had a vory beneficial effect upon the country. During tho past week there woro ninotcon heavy fuiltiros in Boston and 'ow England, and a number of olhors in different parts of tho country. Wo have been looking round for the re nctioa promised us, but we have not been able to see it even with the aid of our fiold-glasscs. It is possible that wo are near-sighted." A Little CiiAiiorD. The lUdicy.l journals, a low days after the recant election, rcirtrkod : "Wisconsin lle publicnn bv 50,000!" But the of leial majorities are as follows : Ladiogtoa. Renublloan, for 6overnar. St Parker, Deatoorat, f"r Liealeonnt tlorernar,!,!.!; lloyle, Domecrat,cereiary af ttate,621 KaehB. Iifliaooral, far Trearerer, 2,804 ; Sloan, DaneeerBt. for Attorney Ueneral, I, oil ; Searing, Uwnroerat. for Superintendent of Pablia lajtraetiaa), 1,17. Had tho Democrats nominated any body clso than Taylor for Governor, he would have been elected. Wiscon sin may now bo set down as a Demo cratic State. Under tho provisions of the sew Constitution, an entirely new Legisla ture will be chosen in 1876. The Sena tors chosen in 1873 will serve throe years ; those chosen in 1874 will serve two years, and thoso chosen in 1876 will sorvo one year. With the next session ot tho Senate, therefore, the terms of all tho Senators will expire, and the election in 1870 will be for 201 members of the House, to serve lor two years, and 50 members of the Senato. The Senatorial districts are numbered from 1 to 60, inclusive; those chosen in 1876 from the even numbered districts will sorvo two years, and those from tho odd numbered districts for four. At all elections subsequent to 1870, Senators will be chosen for four - . Tm Third Tibm Move. The last issae of Forney's Sunday Chronicle has a long article declaring that Grant is Ihe only man in the country who can aavo the Republican party, and favor ing him for a third term. It basis its hopes upon a statement which it makes, nnd which decidedly squints at the now and groundless issuo which is to be forced by tho Republicans upon the country. It says: "Governor Hayes, after the campaign was over In Ohio, otatcd in the Executive Mansion, In Ilarrisbnrg, Pa., while a guost of Gov. II art ran ft, that tho educational que j tiou bad given tho Republicans the victory in tho Buckeye State. It was Orant who made that question a Re publican Issuo, in a speech delivered a few weeks previous to the Ohio election." ' OH AX T' 8 MESS A OB. "The Gofcrnmcnt" Is now shut up at Washington for onoe.ln six months, engaged en the annual Message. Tho Philadelphia Tina, in alluding to tho document, says : It is "given out" by a Washington correspondent of the Chicago Timet that Henator Moitun is in Washington hard at work maanboturing anfi-Popery thunder for the President's forth-coming Messag. The wUy Senator thinks he sees a voritablo bonanza for tho Ropubllcan party iu this newly-hutched bugaboo, and is scouring -the Congressional Li brary to obtain old Vatican decrees and othor theological lumber of like irrelevancy to American political af fair. "No one need be surprised," the drtreatiotident says, "at the President d'mpUiying in unusual amount of eme tine, on the subject of the Catholic Church," tinea Morton Is cramming on the subject sua! will duly prime blm, so that tlie Message shad speak "with no uncertain sound." - For ths rest it is stated that the Message, while mak ing no allusion to the possibility ot war, will urge the recognition or the Dellig. ere.it rights ot the Cubans, Md have much to say ahoot the virtues of hard money.' .Those arc probably only shrewd guesses of a man on the ground, except as to the Indiana Senator and his pious researrftei In aoett of a new and available issue upon which to con duct ,the next Presidential, canvass. There Is ao doubt thai Morton diltt-asts . the further -efficacy ef (he '"Moody nPhirt," and is preparing fbf a vigorous . juwault upon the Pope's toe. PKXX'A AXD KMIS COAL AXJ ua iijHax VOMPAN 7. It seems that an oUet tvfrthward for our great coal prnduoVi is about being consummate A dlrtet ralfeoatl from tlm f 'lu.ruu i Via fr awn luaviwiB eoau basins to MufW x. V, fi, lone been oontemplaatd'kaa Wbrt, rivalry J nd Jealous)- tat broavM abort defeat to all attempts In thai direotioa. But now aooordiay to eotrsspoadent of uo si. ary s Vmetu, all difficulties -avt .beta :vtoM Thi Wtltr svldsatly baa aad aa inside view of matters, and details them as follows : "Tour readers tare MU 'aware tUt for a number of years different Darties hay boon agitating the question of, bu ilding a railroad Iron the coal fields f Elk onanty to some point on ths lanes. Having tbis object in view, various charters were obtained, grant ing to several distinct corporations am ple power to bsild along the proposed routes, and strenuous efforts have boon made, from time to time, to secure the lunds necessary to carry on the work,' but hitherto they have only resulted in the periodical appearance of a corps of engineers, and much oooseqsent talk. The citizens of Klk county will bo glad to learn that the time baa at length arrived when this aubieot is as suming a tangible, reliable shape. A consolidation has recently boon effected, whoroby the property and franchises of a number of , these companies are iwueu logemer, uui Harmonising many conuioung interests, and Diacm the wholo matter on a good, soli foundation, , "The cousolidatod company will be known as The Pennsylvania and Krie Coal and Railway Company. The pnncipal companies merged in it are lbs Buffalo, Bradford and Pittsburgh Railway Company : ths Buffalo. Ro- cbeetorand Pittsburgh Company (form erly the Elk A M'Kean Company); the Dsgiisoahonda Improvement. Compa ny ; the Brbndy Camp Railroad Com pany; the Northwestern Mining and Exchange Company, of Erie, and the interests known is the Shawmut ProP?rty. , "The, consolidated company thus comes into possession of property form erly belonging to the various compa nies, as follows : "The Buffalo, Bradford and Pitts burgh Railway Company 261 miles ol rood, built and running, eight miles of grading, two engines, a number of cars, and aboot 8,001 acres ot coal, timber and oil lands. "The Dairuscahaiida Com nan Ive miies oi railroad aom, and about 1,000 acres of very valuable coal lands. "The Northwestern Mining and Ex change Company about 25.000 anres oi mineral and timber lands. "The Bhawmot property- about 6,000 ticres of mineral and timber lands, 16 miles of railway built, two engines, and a lot of cars, telegraph line, c. "It is confidently expected that this property will flu-men sach amuK security that the company will expcii once no difficnty in obtaining money, even In the present hard times. "Arrangements have already been nearly completed forasufficientainoont of Pioney to extend the Buffalo, Brad ford and Pittsburgh road to a road to . point on the P. A E. road, at Wilcox or Jobnsonbarg, and as soon aa tbese arrangements are compietea (prooaciy within a few days'), tho location of that portion ot the route win be mado, and the construction bo immediately berun. When finished, the roennany will be enabled to deliver coal from varioaa points to Carrolton, on the Krie Rail way. i "The officers of the crmpany are as follows: President Col. it. . teb- bins: Vice President A. A. Marsh: Secretary C. II Dewing ; Treasurer A. Mc Kinney; General Superintendent n n I.- -1 .i r xr ? - u m v. it. utnoj , yniei jsogioeer a. a. "It is currently reported that ths contract for grading ibis part of ths road has been awarded to Messrs. Wil cox and Murphy, but this is likely incor rect, as the board of Directors have decided, before anything else is done, to have Mr. St. John and Col. P. Jar rett go over the trroond and select some one ot tne many lines that have been proposed. "The recent development of oil terri tory in M ann county, along the line of the Buffalo. Bradford and Pittsburgh Railway, promises to still farther in sure tho success of this project Dur ing the past four weeks a number of wens nave been pat down, ranging In productive capacity from thirty to one THS r. LOUIS X1XG. XKWS 1TK.VN, The development, in the trial of the New jvmsy llul jn,t Ul,r Internal Revenue frauds shows oonclu-1 looth Legislature, slvely that the Whisky ,Rlna;.lai de- jt ,, ,0 u.u Uw lml(lh , frau(dthe XjWj ojl of mill! taa Isfsh Wll Weigh hy bsikliigthu scales. Df diJlars, ant JaUy,,lnt 1870. T.t, M JrUtn L buViittll'l.r no Imi.i- notaae pf tW( rofp -gaged in fe beror-reatifisM.rriilnt winter in 1 W if basiess Us frthv xine oent utLeas JiaDOoek,urant' pnvata seoreUry, proves an exoeptjion. But then hs has had hhj fingers la so maay Jobs, he Jioald be rich aa the world hat It 'The Philadelphia TVmoi, in rsfsrrlng to thett fraadt, says When la that "lattar alonaH 'Rah' ' h wot Id appear from the testimony of tne witnesses in tne trial oinouonald. hundred and fifty barrels per day "The people of 8L Mary 's will proba bly be disappointed to learn that the line upon which this oosapauy proposes to build will not touch their town, it is their misfortaae to be located on a summit and as there is ao immediate prospect of tboir EOttuir the oountv seal removed to that place, they had hotter bestir themselves, se that they may reap a part of the benefit to be derived lrom tbis northern oatlet. Il tbt mountain does not come to Ma homet' it will be an easy matter to raise sufficient funds to build the six ot seven miles ol road neoessary to give mom a connection witta this uae. Tbis lino of road whea beitt will tap the Low Grade road at the mouth of Falls Creek, in this county, two milos below Rnmbarger, or Da Bois Station, whenos it will go to where the best coal can be found. TbiCurtik lUisan-The Bellefonte Watchman, in speaking of the recent election, says : "The Radical papers cannot get over the fact that Bellefonte, 'ths home of Governor Cartin,' gave Pershing a majority of 15, a Democratic gain over Hartranft's former election of 129, and that the county showt a Deraocratio gain ol 984 over the eleo- tioa of 1872. Thoso figures seem to worry them amaiingly,' and the fact that the change of public sentiment occurred at 'Gov. Cartin's boms,' is the bitterest pill they find in the box. All manner of excuses and explanations are made for the woeful defeat Sus tained by the Radicals In this county at tbt late election, all trying to show that Governor Curtin or hit lalatnot had nothing to do with It Mow, we do not know that Gov. Curtin or hit influsnct alone that mado ths change in fact, wt know they havt not, bat when tbt Radical papers took to mood paint three yean ago to herald Hart ranft's majority of 114 In this borough, as coming from tbt 'horns of Governor Cartin,' they shouldn't be to toaohy about giving tbt result thie Fall at 'hit home.' Things art hot at they used to was hereabouts.' A Eian or Sodom. Moody and Ban key have abandoned thetity of Church et Brooklyn. Plymouth is too old for them. They have oommiassd business in Philadelphia, where tea thenisnd persons wtrt anablt to Cain adtektanoa on Banday last, aad ttoed la tbt rain ta the streets for two hoars expecting to gain admittance, bat 1 Hon. Henry Wilson, Vice Prestdwnt of the United Stales, died suddenly at Waabimrifin. on Monday auraint. November Z2u, H atu past o'clock. He had been S time, bat tt-wa twant proving, and hit death wat very an expected. He was In the etta year oi bis age. for to- now oaBteningJo its conclusion in the United Htates Distriet Court at St Louis, that Joyoe ased to carry the letter aroand ia his pocket to eoavinoe the dtstillera that U m perfectly safe tor mem to manttaetare tne "oreoked, providing they came down liberally with oash for the etmpaiga,' Just what Joyce need to say was, according in one wiunse oenoa v. inorp, a United States storekeeper, "the lolks a Washington want money and must have it," aad the' "fbiks,''. specifying MoeocK, Avery ana otners, would se thst they weren't interfered with, Mow, did Baboock really write the letter which these witnesses have testi fied ta having read, or was It a clever invention of the Ring to quiet the dii tillers? If it was a - forgery, why shoe Id the fling select Habcock an honorable man, my lord I for the vic tim t And tf it was a genuine docu ment, what haa become of It T There are rumors that Baboock will be called to the ataad. Wo hupo they will be verified, for that letter, nnlesss success fully impeached, is enough to fix the neadtjoaruirs ot the King within the King at tne Vblto House itself. A Mistaki SoauwHxai. The ed tor of the Johnstown Democrat got tbis off last week : "God bices us, but the timet art lively since tho election, and how gold and silver tlocs circulate aroand among the people. We never did think that epeclo would be so plenty, and particularly right after the triumph of the Republicans. But tbat shown how short-sighted we were, and bow little we know about anything. Now. sinco tlio mills and furnacos and machine shops and forgot and rolling mills and factories and workshops have started up again all over the State, and gold and silver ban become so plenty tbat men, ' formerly so poor that they had to lean against the fenco to stand op, are now going around with their pocket full of specie and living like lords, we wonder how we ever could have been greenback men or advo cated tbat plank in the Erie platform The change from poverty to wealth it as snddn as It ia astonishing, isn't it ?" Hon. Orvis 8. Ferry, U. 8. Senator from Connecticut, died at his home in Korwalk, on Sunday last the 21t Inst, lie was elected to the IT. S. Senate as a Republican, and took his (teat March 4th, 1867, was re-elocted in 1872, and his term of service would have expired in narcn ibv:i. jte was in the t3d year of his age, The Hon. M. C. Kerr, of the State of Indiana, prominently mentioned for the next Speaker of the United States noose of Representatives, was born in Tituaville, in this State.and is a brother of CoL James sL Kerr, of Pittebnrg. A Fiat Some inoondiary fired the driving park atablea at Harriebarg on Saturday night and together with the buildinga burned up eleven valuable nones. BaiDotBuaato. The Market street bridge across tbt Schuylkill river in fbiladelphia was burned last Hatardav A gas main was being laid across it and one ef the workmen took a lighted match to find a leak which had been notioed for tome days, when the eas expioaea, setting are to the structure, and in three-quarters of an hoar it fell into the river. The bridge led directly to the Pennsylvania Railroad depot, and the company ased it in brinuine cart ta the large commission houses on ths eastern tide of the river. It also afforded aooett to one ot their largest freight depots. - The struotore was valued at about five hundred thous and dollars, and was insured for t small amount of money. : On account of the great lost the burning of the onage win cause to merchant in de laying their goods and impeding travel, Mayer Htokley has called a consulta tion of engineers for to-morrow, and a special meeting of the City Council for Monday, to take into consideration meaaarei for immediately rebuilding the bridge. It wat erected in 180M and the original piers and woodwork remained up to to-day, exeept to much as wat changed by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, who rebuilt the structure about fifteen years since to accommodate their heavy cars. Goito roa rat Jswsu.. Says special dispatch from Washington to the Baltimore Sun : "It haa oome out tbat four persons are anxious to secure tne removal or r'oalmaster General Jewell. They are Senator Hpencor.ot Alabama ; Boat Shepherd, of thit Dis trict ; Postmaster Burt, of Boston, and General Batter. Spencer h said to be revengeful because of Jewell's prosecu tion of some of his friends in Alabama aad other States. Shepherd is opposing Jewell beeasse be does not like him. and because be ia too independent of Sirty conventionalities. Postmaster art for reasons bust known to him sttf ; and General Butter, so Car at can be ascertained, from tbs principle of -general ousscaness.- II is Detteved to be certain that these four persons are using their infiaenoe, either individu ally or conjointly, to drive Gov. Jewell from the Cabinet The beast bat been publicly made here withm two days teat jeweu would beoompslled to leave waea ate report was flashed. Mil re port was handed ta the President to-day." .. .-. !... Alios Kramer, of Aarombur? (Centra coaaty), who hat beesspeecL- lees lor nearly two years, wat in tht moaataina nortk of that shna with several ef her brothers a law weeks ago, and ia waadtring through the thickets was separated from the rett of the party and got lost At soon at r absence was discovered they began call, expecting bar to whittle (the inner ia which tht ased to renlvl. us ia piace of a wtietle taey heard a voice away oft tsllina? them it was her I Thsy would aot ro back, ss tbev taoaght W wat tome parson trying to loot mem. r uiaiir the voice plead for them to cotes aack. Tbty com plied, aad Imagine their astonishment whea they oamt back they found their sitter with , her power of speech re stored, fibt related that ia stooping, something aad cot into her throat which almost choked he, whsa violent vomiting took place aad ia a few mo ments the ejected 6-om her throat a earUlagiBoat tabt about lour inches ia astigth aadrttembliag a toraped lutes- tint. Hisot) this Mraagt occurence teosj ataee she enjoin aerfect oontro) ever hsi total orgats, i Crafrt Reporter, ASSOCIATED PlttHS LKTTRIt, I'tfll.AIIKLHUA, Jov. 20, 1876. Till CKNTKNtlAL. Tbeiiulossal slutun, Dirmoutilliig the Art Uilltry Building 4f which I mado moutlon two weeks ugi hatundtrgont somt improvtnieiits. Tht sUillt was a ropressnution of tu Indian njuaw, with a ftathtred hcal-dn of tslo plumot, and habited It a pluback skirt oi uis iireseui lasnion as slit wat a subject lur universal rlcloulo, tlit artist, CI. Ii WS CIIRK VER M YSTEIl V. Four lypiiul cunes ol Republican fraud and peculation are just now piiiiuinuiitly btilimi tlm pulilie-tlio Clews-Cheovor. vu, tbet. Xouis whl.lcv fi-niidt. tit Krouiliflu'e ntiuilrl awlmlie, amriiliu r-iMdmit ' BuruuM Iruuds. 'Ilia dutlouiiiuiitC in t tbt oven If previuut investigations by Con CanaJa. I I J , fr I ! Tbeumot mlraoles. -A Now York policeman has boen converted by Moody ' , . ,lM'-,iIullsr.aGrinal,hasoauaedher!gi-oshadiiotrovealedalongsi-iiof Iht unoceiiot c.1 ' tliointmihorsofifeutherito be cboppel off, and wliat jolber and equally astounding raacall- .u ......j .... ,u... ,., aiuunsf iatetu.tas,APmiW Taking the casus ws have par. unjunu prwji. 0( Columbia." by a ridiiulout oomblna- lieulurly specified lu their order, we roeonomas anv tns uouuuss or propose lrom time to timt to sa uiuuriy, ueoomes tiy una tranatorma tiiSi,, liarebcf ded, gi'l l)(t4ito tfiiocl. i no question of avciininoiluting our Visitors with bed and kmrcl Is still iiniluterininvd one. 1 Herald lieliovet it to It impoeniblt for me vititnrt to til flndacuonimodations cuaos ouirliC to ootidumn ii tr nnlilii i' . a: -- - ---- , r T--T---. I . . ' I. a , f T , : . pariy, aim uiigii iioiiest d Uplct Will l vicu oi song vr.ii ot M vy,4f uuum tne a adinliilatratlon of TSenerul rjrnntree)eaiiuip A oo-oiMnillvs oompany for the manuiaoture oi orooms it in Oberlln, Ohio. An international wrestling match is now "proposed ail a fealnre Tit the Centennial programme. John Supper waa divorced from his wife In Michingnn, last week. I hure, and 1 agree with that journal. flow sue is Biipporless. iue iowobi osumate , Tbs koel of an iinmeute doublo- turreted monitor is being laidat lioooli's shipyard, Vhosuir, j'n. ' Out of 202 members of the next House ol Tteprusentatives, 18( have never served in Congress before. .' --The Pretliyterian Church has In Philadelphia suventy-tlirce congrega tions, with 2,720 communicants. , i Theodora Tilon'aloturein Chicago, yielded 11,850.00 not profit The Chi. cagoans never wore vory particular. .. .' The SiK-ruUiry of tho Treasury has issnod a call for the redemption of ton millions of the Five-twenty bonds of 1864. ' ,: ;; , ., : ,.'....,; ,;. The "Roman Limp" ia the latest fashion. It is acquired bv wearing short shoes and having the hoel blis tered. , ,,!, .. Considerable suffering is oxnectod in Canada from the shutting down of tne saw mills, and tlio aisctiargc ot the workmen. A Massachusetts luunurecturins firm is flllina an order from tho Turk ish Government lor 200,000 angular bayonots. The presidinjr officer of tho next Virginia House of Delegates, Mr. Ice, is supposed to keep cool under nil Cir cumstances, i- i Spread of the' "American" Ian- guago. A late number of the London Spectator spesks of tlio Spanish "carpet-baggers" in Cuba. -At the Connecticut Htato Fair, it was discovered that the barley winch took the premium had boen swollen unnaturally by soaking it. M. M. Ii'Vcllo of Schuylkill coun ty, has auod tho Philadelphia Timet for IiIkjI, that paper having charged nim with lending the Molly Magturrt. Mr. Hon is nominated for oflice out in Nevada. Tbt only objection wo should hsve to him would bo his disposition to bo always on the fenco. ret made bv anv one, oi. tut numner wlio will oome to the Exhibition, from tuuitle this city, is 8,000,000, or 20,000 persons for Oiuili day tho -Kxhiliitloii is open .As it is expected that oacli' person will remain on an average at least three duyt, tiiit would then require ti-oommodaiiont for 60,000 people ; then again, 60,000 persons will b here .poriiitiientlv aa exhibitors, workmen or clerks of those having articles on exhibit, making in all, 120,000 to provide with food and lodging. i i., ... To moot this ijemand upon us, 1 must con lust wo are doing but little. The contractor for tho Centennial Buildings, Mr. Richard ltobbint, in himself the most' enterprising man amongst ns. in tlm l-cspeot. Within ono hundred yards of the main Exhibi tion Building, be isorccting a inagnlti oent fire-proof hotel, that . will bo finished and furniihed by Januury 1st, next Tbis building, called tho Uullod States Jlotel.lt roilly a nloek of dwell ing houses, and being built in the style prevalent hero each Iiouho having a jwrlor, dining-roMii and kitcliun on the first floor, two bed rooms, tmtli and sitting-room in the second, and lour bed rooms on third floor the wlmlu forms the most complete hoti in tiiit city, more being nine largo bod rooms in oneh house, as now arranged, and in a itcasure almost emirely private, tho idea is perfect, and tiir a iV a low words about each of them, Wo begl wifk tlratbrtJlii-4gtingsimo- fc'hnt oVor old irronnd. ' The liuriiiirs Jonrcjjs still an' of Lonilini were the financial agents of tho Now TorWT llJo TTiirieirfUtM'V5DlTnrioht''-tT)- iwarly lliroe-uiiartors of a century. For uvurv dollar they dlsbuinod during ibul, puriud ithey acoouoUd lionootly, , i'lmii-tiiiuinial standing wo of the best, and lime dratU, drawn upon thorn by United Suites officials in distant ports, found ready sale at a ditoount ol iiirou m eenu .'Might d raits were invariably paid by them promptly on Trr, Tirr I Aa exekaaM tart tbat Banksr. tat aaasiiat, wat whisky- rtjftr Moat he took up the work of ta wim tut aaapunce t witaflM ilrfla-ru-"" trastbH ' Tbt BridKoport, Conuecticutirran- mira' co-operative store does a business of 11,000 a week, and tbey have saved during three months 12.200 in tho item of coal alone. A petition it in circulation, in some parts of tho country, asking Congress to adopt an amendment to the Consti tution abolishing tho Senate as useless and aristocratic. The Chieaco Journal wants a con science lund lor coal dcnlors established The money tliut rightly belongs to ucn a iu nil would make a big hole in the national debt For the information of inquisitive nooplo we will ttnto that according to Users (Lancaster) almanao for 1870 thore will be two eclipses of the sun and two oi the moon. The commissioners who recently attempted to effect a treaty with tho Indiana tor the Jllack It ills country are in Chicago, and have commenced preparing their report. The Legislature of California has enacted a law which allows every citi- aen who will plant trees and maintain thorn for three years a deduction from hit taxes ot one dollar for each tree so planted. Egypt will probably soon become an important exporter of salt to India. Since the 1st of May last 6.000 tons of tbat article produced by tho now salt pans at Sues, have been exported to Calcutta. It ia stated to be some what siniru- lar, but it is so, that the wheat sown broadcast of late years has turn.d out better than the drilled wheat. This teems to be the general veiatiet all over tbt country.. A fire at the town of Irwin, Wost- moroland county, Ponn., Tuesday, de- troyeo fourteen buildinmt, ton ol which wore occupied as stores. The losses on the stores and the buildings amount lO t 0,000. ihe attempt to bore an artesian well at Fort Wayo, Ind., has resulted in a failure to discover water at a depth of three thousand foot The work has boen conducted at the public expense, but will now be abandoned unless con tinued by private subscriptions. The new fifty cont note will have the vignette of Crawford, Secretary of the Treasury in 1813, on the left. It differ! but slightly in genortl appear ance from that now in circulation ex cept at to size, being much larger. Governors have long lives In Maine. There are ton men living thore who have been at the bead of the tlalo : Kent, A. P. Morrill, Hamlin, Williams, L. M. Morrill, Washburn, Coburn, Cbamborlain, Perham and JJinglcy. Four of them nro over 70 years of ugo. A monument to tho momory of juigar a. roe, was unveiled over his Srave in Weetmininster church-yard, eltimore, on tlia 17th mat A large number of distinguished persons were present and the exorcisce incidental to the unveiling were of tho most im pressive characur. ..- Tho annual report ot the Balti more and Ohio railroad declares tlio total revenues of the road, including tne main atom oranchos and western divisions, for tho fiscal year ending September 30, 187S, to be 14,526.552.- Z7, showing a deoreaao, compared with 1874, of 1520,538.15. A Boston court decides that rail roads eannot refuse to receive tickets issued lor passage in the oppositu di rection from tbat in which tht passen ger It traveling. Thit is a decision strictly in accordance with common sense, and with the viewt oft number of sensible railroad managers. . . Some Idea of the tnairnitndo of the operations of the cash room of tho United 8tatcs Treasury may be sained from the fact that during tbe last fiscal year the remlttsnees of money by ex press from the room In which the theft of 147,000 wat committed, were 08.358 packages, amounting to 1 150,298,535.50 Articlut of Incorporation of the American Contracting Company of lawa have been fllod at Davenport. Iowa. The purpose of tho oomoanv is ta build two hundred and fifty miles of railroad la ataxics snJ Pueblo. The incorporators number twenty-eiiibt gentlemen of Davenport and Hock 1s- lane.. i . ., , , party of ladies and gentlemen lrom any particular place, who desire to keep together, 1 Mr. Dobbins' "Dwelling House Hotel," ho ought to call il, is about tht only institution that meets such a wtnt. i i This building covering one acre of ground, will accommodate about 1,000 twrsons, and if I could only announce that fifty more such buildings were in course of construction, the only ap prehension that now cxiett. would, be removed. . , Some idea may be formed of the ox-, travagaut charges for hotel accommo dslions, by the amount the lli-jn Muwr Hotel, intends charging the Uer man Princa and his suite. The purty havo engaged ; tho ; Brvn Mawr Hotel, for tho month of July, no other guests are to bo token, ami for that one month's board, tho sum of 1 100,000 is to ho paid. One of the things about which 1 do- sire to caution your readers, is tlio ad vertisement inserted in tlio country paper for "young ladies for tlio Cen tennial Exposition." No rouuir ladies are wanted at the Centennial, and it is for a nainoloss purpose that these scoundrels want "young Indies prepos sessing in appearance." . A well known broker on third third street, bus fitted up an establishment in grand stylo mo lurnilnroalnno costing 8ii0,0U(l at a place ol resort for fusbionaulo gentle men, whose bank accouuts nro as large as moir morals are depraved. It is to fill tbis and similar palaces of sin, that "young ladies from the country'! are wanuHi. . Una wlrslp, who has boon making uses of the U, S. iiiiM, to invoigla a few hundred female, has just been brought up with a sharp turn, by V. S. Attorney, John K. alontino. As our now District Attorney has no sympathy for such scoundrels, bu will convict this Lothario, and Judge Cad- walador will extend to him the hos pitalities of Cherry Hill our State prison, until the Centennial shall hsve oome and gone. ' , . 1 bo lees ot our Coroner, elected upon a platform of salaries. 1ml not fees. to amounted tl7.144.75. un to. and in cluding Uctober 31st and would you believe tbat this reform coroner pock eted thoso fees without ever hinting salary a single time. . . And the lion, runuan Hheniiard. District Attorney, who defeated Col. Wm. B. Mann, bat dono much bettor than even Coroner Goddard has done. in order to put money in their pock- eta, a cotorio of moral and political re formers have organiaod an association for the purpose of furnishing buyers ofj i-ui unwiu in rnuauuinoia. wuu court searches, showing what judgments, liens and mortgages, are enterod against any particular property. The gentlemen propose to place a large amount ol bonds on deposit wuu a trust company, as eectrity agsinst any erroneous cortiHcates they may give ; but as the organisation purpose apply ing to the Legislature in January, lor a charter, giving it special privileges, lucre is asnaKe in the bill that ought to have its head tinushud. Judge Kelloy's choice fur. President, ia u. Mi tirant. , , Tho appropriation ol $600,000 b Japan, to enable that half bealhonisl country to bo fully represented at tbe Centennial, is rathor severe upon the CbristainiaeJ States of thit coiiiitry.as v exeuuos ino sum anpropriateii iy ai tho Slates of tho Union, if I'imiiayl. van it's $1,000,000 is excepted. , .. , , nansas, by a voto oi sovonty to seven, in her Legisluturs, appropriated 15,000 to the Centennial, and the Marv A. Miller, of Routt, fVivnntrv Caester county, was recently tried, con victed and sentenced to a tint of forty. eight hourt Imprisonment fof stealing s- ,nita oar ot corn from a neighbors swu, ua uut ipMoroi snow inai me total cosu in tie otto amount to 1327. Si. Pf f'Mfi Per .ear.biob, ildear l'hilaiielpliia Board of Brokers, a jolly set of fellows, whose bands, whon not in their own pockets, arc always in th one of somebody , else, subscribed $6,000 fiir tho same object, and im mediately telegraphed to thoir Kew York brethren to "go aud do like wise."'. . ... , i In View of the foot that . butter ia sixty cents per pound, eggs forty-flvo cents per doxen, lard twenty cents, veal cutlets, twenty-five cents, fhullon legs eighteen centt per pound, potatoes twenty cents a hall pecK, sausage twenty cents por pound, scrapple ten centt and sirloin steaks thirty tmnts a pound, poultry twenty-five cents par onna, and everything else proportion ately high, with a ready . market it aocurs to mo that your fitrmor readers could not do a bettor thing for thorn solves and for us than to send thoir produce right along this way, J. Bourdinan Reed and W. B. Uasol ton, proprietors of tho Sunday JVsm, have boon found guilty of libel, in ridiouling a gay little Frenchman, who writes society gossip for one of our .1 .. : i i . i ' . i ' i i uMujr imirvra. Aa idmb r romiimun USM boen libelling society fur a doxen years or more, it uoes seem rattier a aad commentary on justice, for doing only once wnai- r roncny has done a thou sand times. . i , , The cornerstone for the W itherspoon Monument was laid, during the week, with great p-mp, by the Preabytoriats, V itherspoon oame to this country ovor a century ago, was President of Prince ton College, a memlier or the Conti nental Congress, and a signer of ths Declaration of Independence, and the Artiolet of Confederation. Wm. MoCutohhv twelve yean of age, Intitted on fooling with the machinery at Park 4 Filamy't mill, and izj or tW9 ago he dropped through a trap-door ana t!i machinery below, add ia sixty seconds' timt ht wu mangle too fetrfully to make even tjood miaoj meat. "'1 detuund.: ik no.oase did tliov ever fail to uphold -too credit, of the United sibIuh Jiom thsir own moans, when the money on hand to the credit ol' the government wis not sulllcient to moot (he emergency. . without lorwarniug, und without cause, tlio fliiahciul agency so long held by them was taken away, and divided between tho now firm of CcMikc, Jk-Culloch A Co. and Clews & llliliiclit-rjlio .naval financial agency being giveu to the former, the diplo matic and rdnmilur to tho , latter. By wluil menus Cooko, MeC'ulloch & Co. got their appointment it one of tho inystorie- that lime has vet to unravel. How Clvws- llabicht obtained theirs, we have recently been told by Mr. II. II. 'hoover,, a notorious lobbyist of Washington. Our readers am aware that Clews & Ilubicht are bankrupt. and tht Chouver has put in a claim for one hundred unci titty thousand dollars, being Uui onc-lourlh part ol the profits of the financial agency alleged to have been procured by him, ' The examina tion of Checvvr beiora tlio trustee developed tho siguilicant ami sugges tive tact that five iiui-ties were inter esled in the profits ol the Clews agency, but by a subsequent nmtti''eniolit, ot which wo shall speak presently, tho number was reduced to four.. Clews & Haliicbt wore each to rotuiu a fourth part of the profit; one James Van Buren another fourth, and the remain ing fourth was to he divided between Ciieovor and Judge Louis Dent, the brother-in-law of tieueral lirant. All thit lias hoel, slated More, but the rocupilulution is necessary in order to uudorstuud the seuuel. 1 he one half of Checver's fourth, assigned to Dent, was, by a subsequent tyroc-incut between ('lews and J.H-iit, ciincelled the hitler receiving iu.fleud filU-eit tliou biiikI dollars in cash uud the lucrative position of nt tonic y for the firm ol Clews Hahiclit. ThecIaimofCheov ur and Dciittoboslnuvrs in the pmlits of the agency rests upon the tame bssi-"-the intluenct they are said to have rxortt'd in obtaining the agency for Clews. As Secretary Fish and Mr. Boiilwell both disavow all responsibility in the mutter, it is not difficult to sur mise by a-hut paramount authority the transfer was made. The dark shadow of suspicion Is throWn directly across the threshold of tho While House. ' ' And just here wo reach the most1 mysterious pint of the Clews-Cbeevcr J compact. the written agreement shows that 'one-half Of fhe profits of the agency w to goto lews ft llahi cbt, the other hall to James Van Kuren and ('hoover, with tho understanding that Chcever was to divide ills share with ' J udgo Dent. Now Clews A llabicht we know, and Checver and Dent are- also known, but James Van Burcn Is ono of those mysterious per sons of whom Checver himself profes ses to know nothing. If Checver's share of tho profits was one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, James Van Huron was entitled to a similar sum. Yet he has put in no cluim, and no body teems to know who be is, or what be Is, or where he is to be found. , Hero again wc touch upon a sti-anirc- ly suggestive ioint. Whan the soarch tor this Mr. Van Huron becamo "hot" as the .children say who pluy at "hide and seek" tlio examination of Checver before the triiateo was post poned until tho 20th of November. It was intimated by Checver himself that when tho oxaminutioa was resumed tho mystery about James Van Duron would bo disclosed. Toll, tho 20th ot November came, and another postpone ment was had, and now the public is informed that Chcever will not be called upon to tostify again, "his claim Having been settled out ol court. tip the older bund, tlio trustee of Clews A Co. asserts tbat tho investigation will go on, and nn attempt be made to hold Cheover responsible to tho credi tors of Clews & Co. as one of the part ncrs ot the firm. We do not believt that anything of tho kiud will be done, lor at the back of Chcever stands that mysterious pcr- souago, James Van Buren, and it must be evident to everbody that Ihe reasons tbat impelled Cheever to drop his suit were reasons that were vital to the preservation of tlio incognito of James Van lliiren. If the trustee of Clews ft ilabihct finds himself unublo to do anything, aa he surely will, it will re main for a Domocrutk) Congress to strip olf the mask. We hope it will be none enectimiiy. L purullel jets. Daylight Is admitted, ami abundant facilities for ventilation is uhluiucd hy a series of skylights in tlio roof, Kleven tlioiixuud cliuin are in tliejpihldiu, und a corn of three luiii(tril riiiiliuii afuii isive volfen teuitl und uif V-injIiiiiiW for af Ira ui sMjt tile LuUip. AttutrofsixiuB- irucs ioicam si training tan tnir ear- song ev il Pt III bee UUUr tbe of -Mr. SMkeyV' A-etass oA ot tbree hundred Christian workers, selected by tht ministers from all the churches of the city for service In the inquiry rooms is being trainod by the Rev. Richard Newton. D. D.. oi' the I To Kpiaeopal church, Rev. fi, M. Hatfield, D D.,nfihe MothodlalEpiacopalohurcb uuv. tv. r. Hi-eed, u. U., ol the Vtan, hytei-ian church, und Rev. J, Whontdnil Smith, D D., of the Baptist eliurcli. I 'The -mmtatefajrtaflaJJria4ajaasw''aBBra ihe city of all dtinvmiHaUons ure hearll ly in sympathy with tho work nnd are I rendering every assistance in prepur-1 lug liir it. Tho cost ol nil the iiumuiue preparations will be about twenty llioii sninl dnl'ars, nnd It Hs fxpiicted from present indications, that no cull lur com rilmtinns will faavo to bujiiadu, but thill IliC'iuonoy will he the spontiuie'.' uus gill of those in tympuiliy wilh tlju nioveinuiit.1 i ' " - . i Tlie great work'df those gontlemmi uliiuud has, excited uuusuul interest, and tlie extent ur importance of il ran. not no overestimated. -' At a meeting noiii ui tuussgow a woctc ugo to cele. Imito the uniiivorwiry !' their viWl to that city oh a most Honmy day, iho Cryslnl i'ulacii. seating six thousand imMidawwas. .eixwvtlnd -nik. dev-aud a sccjind moetiiig was, vrgnuiaoia, and lliousiimls woru turned anuy unulileto get into their nieeiingi , Jicv. Jlr. Wal Inco.ol the United Presbyturian ctiurvli, in a public, address said, a year alter their viit, as u result ui i( svvun thnu- siind luivo boen added to the rbiirclivs, and that in the KvaugclisU' mums wore recorded the namos. ot three thonsnnd families in Waildom Iu neglected sec tion of tho city) asking that a mission ary be sent to visit and have religious conversation with them. At a similar anniversary meeting in Liverpool it, was also stated iu a public nddress that, omitting all uged peojile, children and women, three thousauJ aetivo young mon had been added to the workers in the various churches. Like reports come lrom Kdluuurgh. Ivomion, and other points. Tho moounrs in Bmnk lyn have attracted immense audiences upon all occasions, tlie Kink has been crowded, and two un I three overflow meetings havo been conducted to ac commodate those unstilu to guiu ad. mission io It. The movement is one in which largo numhort of our readers are deeply inieresto'l. nud its progress will be wuU-hed with special intention IBWV YOU Whttiidrhttlbu would liks ta tet such. Clothbu? at CJtv ttopit war, rttntr wan tut WMUsait gooat cetji- . monl told? Thil will taUjtuatwtaao.ll.w Tkai Mn lavtva Itair-MH mt ur butlBiMM i awtsMI aw Sat. at tar rnlVMt fWiai You, Can , Save Enough '-") ''lsaTlaw t tan SS Oat Haa t .., . -.. TO PAY FOR THE TRIP ' i VtW anfjVwMfVlti thit utr to tht City f MIIhMiUI, ittl kstva later of tgW.nf a.4M. Wiaimtktf A Drown itiuid by thi tu mat, o4 m wlU. . you atftar dm Mmi, Criifitsatr tf For Mm 4 ), 1 V) b inrt of vital w aetl wt msiriibftiirt ow fKxla, aomc ol thata Ut Mr own iMiUaifair. hcv arc West cut . aarva atavl 6 tuahfti. Thttv cati be rt-litMl upon.: Slorekwpm oui gf iht city miarritrfracatl ua whan thaw astv lh acll Our aTOtxlsv "Of T" "T"L V aMtJ tAMsWtftV, but COfttlM oundf to to r-talT Vfr Sar rio ffi-Will fb lny otw, nl Malt thit only bsjuuM m loatlrn ecll uoor fruxk txtnlnt, rruar out hotwtj. '! awch aaf owr trtatttital cn t ara rcaonailkle for artlclea buuichl of ua Jly tratr bJm of Ticketing it rgA4 tWfw, ih malcriait un our twb, bo om uji bt mulod at to HUI Ultra. , T K prvc In ylalt flgurea n4 nettkimfff TM uuu tritM to tjtitaiiiuruwt and tatraiifort, 'Io ctiy ptKriilc Aiitl counlry ptot4t oqual Wilh todl arttrit told, a UmirmutH twbuuht htswjiiim: unwurn. Hat. Wanimalitr tVtwft , t vVl'""" lartfaliail VUatlUHfe.nl. ! l. .1. .. .k. it u I. i. IT". 1 FT Jaytihort, aort ifcai tbt qtiaiiry ia at ttynai4; aUto, thu lae moncr will Co paid back ia LtUt UlfhuUMHf .UttUI 10 47 itiit. lor any rraton, to rctura too gooda, "r'A Tlf'l rTM.,a4t kiportanl iwJ.btYaw,uttriitap ElotUr . L. 1 I"!1 Mvitu tltim In Phiboclphta, cwn- Uat. la I '"A OUT tiftH, CartitV, aWllMMtiV, ad wt otorv ta. lawa, atyvattajat-t on iim ilrart, ttstfa -wnrajri where Ow aurre ia. ao thai they may acll their counterfeit gcod. Utere'la but oat (lok Hail la auirri. and ta It-lSIXTH-e Fhiltdclphta, k bo lavft the aitc of four ordinal ta i noutnaai comer oi oiaih-SIX'IH-MXIH and Market St recti. favaaVk. --a! 1 1 ewl pattcrnt of tnateriaf and prko ty Jk0HitO Ct4llVl ' W reqtieiltd. Wraotu can havt , . Cami ,yi iff madc-tiji foMa aeni hy Kaprtaa, by tend if iht Ctty. " , , J 'ig their mMure pro ftjtMiVtaaay difoctMot lM J - .. T. .... .:'-. .:' ' 'can ttfcut 4itA nntf deotribiitXsroltjf t , ; . . wantad,titd oritt deaired. Payment can be ma4e o (he Einrrarj Co. 6n recrii.i uffoodl. and the privi1f of eiajniairuj tbeto; uHowediarfore pujrtm. Where r'-nja tin sh pleaao, we WtJi return Utt UOeluhtj. tht hil&ng an4 tVr Hu aWr nrt ay tbt atprtjtMcc batek to I'hlUdeluhi asMMaal MMV t 41 OafPW WANAMAKER J HEKl'll EE'S SIS. i i A New York letter writer says i Henry V urcl lloeohnr, pastor of I'ly- tnnutn l buren, and Ins doings still oc cupy a luriro share of public attention. Tho recent reiteration by Mrs. Mnul- ton, in presenco ol le wtioie coikto. irattnn, of her crave cliaives nainst Mr. Heecher, onee tnoi-o bniulit the dHL'ustmfr sulijec-t f'sirly the tayit, a ml an alclitional inrentivu to tho Jis ciisaion of It b now beine; furnishoil by mo action ol the eommittee ol clergy men Uiii)inti: ) to investiitate the eharfres and to report upon Mr. ftecch er's fitness to be ivtuim-d in momlier- hip. It has been decided lothoroilcrh- ly prolw the matter. (nd jmlginir by the antecedents ot the Kentlemen charged with the duty, there Is tit t lo ronson to dnutit Unit a lull- und imnur- tial inresiigatiuti will bo carried out. II tbcir ac tion shiill servv to put an end to the recital of tho cirvninalanpes ol the cose, cause for unin'rsal rejoic ins will be ufforded: for no inntter how Mr. Heecher may lie affected, society will train bv the fhriistini; nm of siirbt t scandal tbe ventilation' of which has dono more harm to morality man aught else that has como to ligli durig tho century In Americh. Tho Supremo Court, eittinir in banc. has refused to crnnt a specinl allocutor for a writ of certiorari, in the case of ni. 11. W estervclt, convicted of con spiracy in tbo abduction of Chard llrewster Ross. Tho ground of tho refusal is bccaiiso tho fifth count in tho bill of indictment was not within the act of March, 18G0. 'MONEY MAKES THE.IIARH 60 I" TEN EMixPERIENcfcr, ; ' ' ' ' 'tu' ! .of.-. -,:, i Jfovornbor IT. IR7S . i I H I ."l TO TIIK Pirul.tc ' " 1 ' ' ' - ' ..' il i l - : i i 1 . 1 wish to inform my old fmtronti ini.l ilie pulilio (enernllv tlmt iiftor Tn Years' oxperionee in Join, business on the Credit Hysiam, I have om to ths conclusion to try it on the Cash i'uit, for tlio following reasons t ' ' " 1st. My Ladirar Ii aliaatfall, ami I da ait atinlilo on-a a new ! of bioki.' '' M. fb Oratlll Kratna Ii tIM Its aaaM T a laaiilrt'ttila Innhla anllou. St. uat pajiuc cumnin.ri haraWpijr nan lt llmr e iwt Of f ISa fcil aait .1 4IK Br KKI.LINU 8TIIICTI.V FOR CASH,., baaa . J 4aaaatr a4 aaa start U fan sl4tajKyf4lCjXAl.M..sialaaa.'lJfuaC . Inviow of these facts I havo decided on nnd after MONDAY, NOVEM BER 8th, to do a Stkici,t flrttNfccs. and in order to accomplish this purpose I am determined to mnke my prieesau low Hint no in. in whoonlors' my turn with .the CAijJI, cau.U'iiyf it without .Uui iiratlo be desires to pur chase. This resolution will bo strictly adhered i i.'und I Hflvke an examina tion of my prices by ull whei are in nood of anythini In my Unci To thost who have oan.jn-lb htbit ofiroinpily payinir tboir bills, I( would say that thit '-ohanjro ol buso ' is intsndoj for thoit- bauetlt, as well at my own, and I hope they will not tukii umbrage ut an arraniremeiil which jrives thsin their Koods at lower figures tbao 1 could olhirwiso afford, for the reasons above slated, they have been paying tho debts of poor customers, and under the eredit system must continue to do til. ,HOUO J j J O " Ini itin all to call and be nssured of my intonlion to sotl tit prices which will make il un ohjocit to boy for cask., I remain, Tho Public's tBodient fJiTvani,' " O. 8. FI.KGAU ' - fhtiiirbarg. Pa, Kuv. 17. lf-;4-Xt "VRI'IIANS- COURT SAl.K ' MOODY AND SANKEY, WEEKLY SUN. rta. HEW YORK. IHtO. MOOD Y A XD SA XKE V .V PI1 IL A DEL Pill A. In another column our loaders will soo tho announcement of the mooting ol Messrs. Moody and bankcy, tho evan uelitt and sinirur, which botfnn in l'liil adclpbia on bunday, November 21st. some wocks airo it was uucUed to vite Messrs. MiKKly and haukey to Philadelphia, and t committee of tljtocn ministors, representing all tho ovungeli cal denominations of the oily, was ap pointed to arrango for thoir coming. This committee organised by electing llev. uiuhara Mowlnn, V. v., ol the hnisconal Church. Chairman, and Itov C. P. Masdou, of the liulbriuud Church, aa J-iccrolary. . The Minister's Com mittee then spiMonted a conuiiittce ol thirteen prominent unci well known business geiillcineu ef tlio various de nominations lo conduct tho butinost arrang-cmcnls- for the uieetinir. Thit committee elocted M r. Gonrgo iX Stuart Chairman, Mr. John 1(. n hitnuy Truas-ui-er, and Mr. Thomus K. Croe Seoro lury. ; This committee ut once pro ceeded to business. They secured tho old freight depot ol flit Pennsylvania Railroad Co., 1 hirtoenth and Market Streets, which extends from Market Street back to aa allow 373 foot, and from Thirteenth to Juniper Struct, 260 loot. Aboutono hundred workmen wure at ones set towork making t ho nocostury cnaogos ana me ouiiuinc is now roady for occupancy. , Tho main audionoe room will seat comfortably ten thou sand people. At the back end is the speaker's platform, rising in tiurs, seat ing t thousand people, and twotlhinls way forward tho. floor gradually rises to tbe front of tht ball giving gvory one in the auriienoo tbs oportmiiLy to see and hear lbs speaker. Although a Tory large audience hall its acoustic, proparties are such that lira speaker can be readily board in any part of. it.: In addition to the main audicnco hall there are three large Inquiry rooms, and a TetfJbult twenty feet wido run ning around three tides tf the buildiog, from stele there it egress by tea large doon erring utm tares street i Tbs bnllillut TH! ha lAtrtahry atatesl 4j steam and llghttt br aCoeA a tbotttnd gat' Duiattt M 'ft)tsttartr tiaet'-ansl RichUaa handrad aad aaraaia-ais ta Ilia Caa. Irnaial vaar. It it alra lha aar la whloh Opaaitiaa Uosaa at aepraaaatalirai, Ifaa trat laoa ;aa war. will ba la poaar at Waablnttua and tha ytar ef tha taanlr-thinl rlaellnn or a rraai.laal af Iba lnltad Sum. All of Ihaaa aranli ara aara U aa ar traat iataratl aad loa poruaea. aapaolallv lha twe iattar I aad all at hen and trrrTthinxaoanc!ad with thani will ba rally ant iraiaia rapoHat aoa awponadad (a Tna sea. i Tiia Ofipotitioa lloaaa af HaarraanUUraa, Uh' lex ap tha lina at Inqoirjr enanad raira a; by fna bi-s, will ataraly aad diligently lerartigaia i Da aorrupuoat ana mladaaai Mraat a adaiiBia- Iratioa aad will, it S ta at haprd, lay taa lonnnauoa ir a new ana aruer barmd la anr naiiiiaai aiaiary. oi ail tma Taa av will aot' uln eumnlata and aooaraia aoaaaata, farniaaim ita raatlara with rarty and traalwurlh infariaa. I ion Hoa tnaaa aaaurbllia louHaa. Tha tw.Bljtil.-J tVuidtutlal atatllna, wild 'Ba iroliarallani nw it, will ha naninrabla aa da oidliia upua Uranl'a arpiratioBa lor a third terai I uwvrana plunsar, aas atill mora u ilaaltliui wbo anau DamacaBdiaalaortlia party ar Italarn, nd aa alaaliaa Ibat eaodidata. OaaaarBiat all tbaaa aabjaaia. thoaa wba raad Taa Sua wilt uara ba aunaiaot larana of betaa- Iborouh-blf wall ia I'ormaS. Tbe Wai.r Si , whhih haa allalare) a alraa- latitia af afar aiahty thaaaaad enpiaa, airaaay haa it raadara ia avary Stale and Territory, aad wa trait tnat tne year IK7B will ea tbe r anailiari doahlrd. It wiu eoaunaa to he a thoroaaa aawa- INtprr. All Iba t-aaera! aawa of tba day will br loand la it, aoiidanaad wbaa animB.,riant. at fui knttb when uf nouieati and alwaya, wo truL traatad ia a clear, iBteraetiof aad inatraetlve manner. It ia aur aim la mate Iba Waaxtv fit s tbf bait (so iiy aewpaper ia tlia wotl.1. and wa ahall eonunue to five ia ita Boiamai a large amoaat a wnaliaseoaa raadlnr. aaab aa atoriaa, talaa. poama, aotetatlfte lulHlisraaa aad B(rieallaral ta torinattoa, lor aniea wa ara not able to make room la oar dally edtilea. The kftrienltnral de parlmeetaaeially ta ana af im prominent rW area. 1 aa leibiowe are ataa racalarlr rvBurtod a in ouiomae i aao ao tor toe maraala al averf hind. The WtaRLV Sew. alrht aaaaa wilh SnaJala broad eelamna ia ealr tl.tt a year, poaiaxe pre paid. Aa thii prloa barely ropayi Ui eoal of Lha paper, Bo diagonal aaa be made from thit rale to una, amenta, peetejaeiere, or anraaa. Tbe Kao.r Bra, a larre faar aaaa sewaDanar of tweate-alfhl aalamaa, lroa all lha aawa for iwa ernia aoopy. sabaeripltoB, poalafa prepaid, ht eeala a annalh ar St at a rear, tfeanav Bdltiaaellrattl.iO par year. Wa hare aa travel- lasaienla. Aauraaa, TUKKl'n, , ivr. 31, 17S It , . ew Yerh Cily. ORPHANS' COURT BALR. VALliABLII OOAIi ANt ' I t T1MIIBH LAN U8t '" flttale of ISAAC MoKKK, deoaaaad. By Virtue of as order af the Omhaaa' Coart af Clearlleld aoualy, ta aa diraeted. there will etpoaed to publin ante, at tba Cnart HoBae, la tha aorouxB ol UMaraeld, on PrMay, Der.esaber IT, Iftlt. al I e'otooa f. a, all thai aanala ttaat af lead, ailaateia Knai towaabip, Olearfietl aoaatyv fa., beended aad daeanbed aa followt. ait: 6a the north hy Ihe laaae MrKea Bnmeataad Para, an aa Beat oy land! ar aohe M . Chaaa. aa lha aaoik by laada of Jeeeph teal aad aihera, and as Ihe weel by Cleernrld eraeh, laada af Iba eatale at br. Heatl aad othera, aonuiBlng ONI m-NDRSB AND roCRTKEtl ACRIfl aad aSowanee, wilh ahawt li arm letrd, and harlat a food goad Iwo-atory Iu, Booae, art. hart aad alber iutaraveeaeem Ibareon. . Tba land c fnon lor larmiat parpoeae. baa a a,aatity of piae. oah and hamloeh timber Iberadn. and la andaa are wilt aau, aataf attaalas ht lha (real eaal oyj -ktaf'wT l order af tha Orphans' aa4 qf THK t'.lAr.-.ISTS, m.-lrsetitt-mifi-.tbera wSM-aSld hrlheander- . ined, Aeu.iollrlorar H illiaaa Mallrn, lata of "' ""aeliaja lo brebn lBcled by Hum Wotdaard luwoabip. dee d, In the Tillage ,4 ' ! ' :Vt .V , ri!7;,:ntt"'?';k,p;kr,1":''' Philadelphia., ,m, Tscadav, Dareashar !,' IMJJ. '. , .... is tss, .,, , al 1 o'eloek p. m., all thai errttln plan of 1B,I, . KufaWtT, J) ayMnt jMarlut Sit., leU Ibe natele of mid daoA.aad. atlaala p aaid , ' ' ' " - ' ' i ' ' ' townabip, and dea.ribet aa f .ll.wa, via:' lUaaa.; .. .r.i... ain, a. theaa. al,, Al,.,., JfS. ss, Jovsrtetl. aoulb Slc waatS7 3 til pereliee to biekorr ;bieo AT al"B Wrirhr Bbot Booth 7 Beat lit fleTaaeeJ ' , O A U ttirt J B y - " ' -ta pinei tb.-a.-e by Ueorta Baiter and, rratdae. . , V, m' I " aonh 4(1)' rail 3t I IS perebee te poat H fk'atw. Al"1 "'" aonliaoe dairy, mmir,g and area lag by Seiaael SboS north Sill" weal IUS1.IS neiehee i t"aoa waeamayi, tor aotao weaaa. to plana oi oegiuaingt eoBiatntsg Iwauly-nra arrei aod forty parehee mare er leaa Trnwa or nats Oaa-third Ibe pareheae money at aoatrvaatioa of eale, aae tbird ia aaa year from date of eale, aad Ihe belaaee ta two yaara from data of eale,. the Iattar two paymaau with inlareii, te ba eernred by boa.) and mortgage os Ihe prciaiael. i. W.M. 1 Will J r.IUK, Nor 34, ls7i-4t Adta'r. M ItBtaretkinably tht beat eualalnet wark af the tint la Ike St arid." Harper's Magazine. " -ILLUSTRATED v it a, .; Jiatizmaf ! Pim. . -Tbcvrcr-lMrtMiiogeii-siuUtivai of th.iMjBjti Bloat fa It irarc tti ountioat -irVfiq to pm. olw tt.tfi and Mth. IttiitMtl.teft tMiiiilk Dt how ,' baoiM it nMrti wwrj nth, wt) Doaililer U M one uf U eduonUKi u weU t nfiinrlklnrtrt of t nnlJiA tln4 ai. L. j Tti fiiiPtetr which tttfi Ma.jr.ii in, pMf mm Kf.lr. r.. (hr. nt-a -nrl h. tk. t.hal.l at. r aJ ' n-r, WIliTia wt-llia, una m. 4i.i. p..n..i...i. r.. 1 .1. i , . . . , , not let tne tlmei, ahoold eanae tti enn1aet-,ra to M uZ. ..' "".''""""lifaganj ft with JaeliBaHe aampl..,. The ll'Jh 8 11-T " """ " 'r. Umt ha. doaegood and awt arVit all ,h, t 1 iarioWe-flaot.eiW.. Still Fr.m Ueltaraata. hy Mtlaib.ra , Rntsy . tornd 3 tto . .. trai modera territ Shoe, M.altaanoa. Bd I'tae cileaa, to Kr thiol, hare tret anpoeod a. aertale ia Ibte J.i...a .11 aulee aod bash, tbr. t ttmei a wee, tearel U ell reapetla, It la am aieeltaet perte tt.ri' a.d Brllafonle Mjnl.v, Melbeijay, and friday, at ' folly deeeryoe ill areat aaeoeaa oy a p m. Ijeave I lirforr. itti t-ETTIi(j3 I VJ ,, Foar Orrrot Dxr-tarassr. t. Waaaiaaroa, Octahtv , lot. , Pronoeali will ba reetlred i the Uitntraet Oil ta ofthia Drparttnesl aalil tip. ta it retrar t. IS7S, for ooareying the utile of lite t'nited a m t arrtre at kartbaua Kartbnat TueltUy. Tbtiridar. and Hiisrfltr.al I a ail arrive at HellrfoB-.o br t a m. n ia,i Tie.' quired with hid, trot. - ' St. rroin Uorrlidaia attafi U Hrtartowa, 41 , ilea end a.-, ait timet a Week s1 Ineee Uorria. I ilaleMiaee daily, eieewl tandev. aa arr. vol of i tha mail train ear at I p m i arrive al Kylertown -I "y a p at. bears ftywrtowa d .lie, aaoapt Sua day, allta; arrive at MoniaeUIr alio h. IT am. iltikdraawrad.SIM. ,., Jt tttr. tram Williame atrera ta Urahamlea, I mitea and oaeh. three ttmee a weak. Leave Wil. Itami' Drove Taeedey, Tbarad iy, ant S itard iv, at 4:10 p m i arrive al Orahamtaa bv a.-lt. LitaVe tlrahamloa Taeiday. Tburadav, ao I rtalartar, at I ts p at t errire al WuliaW iirtre by 1: 10 n tit Bead requited, tint. j snis. rna Claarilrld. by thawavllla, Uald mil. utnoata a atiita, r roaehville, Kartliaai, Call .tea, tbree Ituaa, and NrUearille n.. o.l, to Hound talaotl, 44 lailea and bark, Iwua a week. Uava Cleerleld Moodav aa I k-rtdav t s . arrive at Sell Liak by I p ta. Leave Kail Lick roeaday aad Satarday, attiai arrive at Clear Said by 4 p m. Leete Sail Liek Tuesday aod Satarday, at t a m i arrive at Hound falau 1. be Nam. Lre U.taad latent Tuaaday aal Hates., Jf 'a ai. amva at JHUU tUa.'k 4 S B St. Vuad ratuired, tl,Ullt. SSWB- PfOIB CleawSal.1. he CIu.fIaI I ll-i.t. JeSrleit fit telle, aaj baHt, twtee a Wjek. I.aa.e Ulaarteld Alooday and f rtday, al I n ta i arrtre at Jeariea by t p aa. Leave Jetriel M iodar an I eneay, aula; arrive at UearSeld hy 10 a ta Uolrdrteiatrad,towti. , . .. . l. 'raaa Uarweairilla. t,flM.l.. tin,. Bower, t'nnt, OataaMl. New Waatilevu.. u....' and raicaiaavtlla, la ilr.nl. J;) aulaa aad biok'J "ww. iMava uarwaaeviiie aoadae Wedaely, aod Friday , at 4 a m i arrive at U raat oy t p m. Leave Orant TdraJey, rkariaVy, as I frtday. al 4 a to j arrva at Carwenivule br S ,i oi , tlond retgaired. l,:ltlo. Sltl. tram farw.nirllla, hy Foteit, ftoelitoa. Lntbenbarc. dernireoa Line. Ujltaenlu M...? oldevllln, Hrookrlllo, Cornea, and Stratlonvllle ta Otarian, Ml relief an J bai-, alt ttmei a We.ik' Leavs rarwenarllla dally, ataertt Stinlay, al I aava ve at retia ret p m I arrive at Clarion Belt day by t p m, L Clerlan dally, aujoBt aood y, i j a arrit Carwentvillonau day by t p ml ' II el roan i.o b,u, oa,tw. S70I. From I'nrereaiHIV hv Vtln . New Millpoat, kt Awoarilla, II ajilei M4 kaaaVl VT ""'"-' ettlrasarilla Tuaela ......,, oKaraay, Miami arrives Aa aoarltleby II a m. Leave A men villa Taaadaa, TberaJv, aad Haurday, al Hat a at: arrive et varwenarme ay p m, Hand raqatrat, tdot. a Ttl, From OaeaaJa VI I lie I. u.i.l. a ti.. aad hank. Ill limea a weak. Lear. Oeerole M ilk) dally,.. aepl t..l.y, al It 30 a m, .rrit tioeiiiiia ay llilee m. l.ear.lln.,.J.I.a.,i. koept Sandav.at-a m at a.i. n u , .V. by4:.i0p. ftnad rvatnwl, MoirV 704. From Roalijalelalllea IIope, at lira and I . Poettge IVee to all atahaeribert la the I'nllcel Slates. Uasrts'l .taalrwtwj yar..4..r...i 4 SS tl 00 iiteludcl prepayment af f. g. poatage hy rate iiablbttiera. i t . i ; eoeer,HSeaala Httraa't litsatua. H aaatv. ed llarttt. h .e ea-a-mi .e year, tit eW or, la. -J iar' -eraoellraa, at oee del tnat av owe year. S7 00. e f . Aa AVlrw 0,ty 0 nta.r tl, Mtuiiina, Waaa kT.ar Harts vt'f ta aenptrd-yrdtfa or every (7at 0 FttaM JMtitltai a an . l.ara; ar Sit Cpi- Joe fit t), fj mrt c"'y ' P'"H'Jt ree. tVncf .A'aatlere can be Bopplied al any time. A Au.tpleraHoj'ttHaaaiisa.BlM,,., eaoipriitbg el Volutaea, ta nrat aloth binding, will ba earn l.y ei,raea, Ireiajht It eipeaee of parrhaaer, l..r $1 It per volume. AWe vNa.ei. by mill, f.ir,U, SO. CMh aaaaa, tar tnadnig, at aoau, at aiait, Boetnata. . A Cawpltv Anwtttieal latea to the tret Fifty toluraoe ar: JUtert't) Mmiairea baa Jttet beea paliltahe I, retilerttig avatt.tble f .r refere.ice Ibe vaaabdaria.l Wealth at hlovnavtotl wktah aaa. etiiuee tbla pritdiaal a prrfot tlU.lr.tcl lit. arary y.-t..,.cfia See. alela, tl Si) ; ll tir Calf, ti Ii. Soul paat.-.ta arrBaid. A erriee al atra, ,d 1., un f ..tbo Ftrat leiitary or the ilpl,l.o,f eoBlrtbaled hy I mon eminent Atnerio tn p thliclita, Il w t4Vit Tint lenet ha - " aave iieatadale Tnaeday and Sal.rd.y, .18 a a, , rt , h lint. Uav.Ble. Ittp, Tae.l.y .d9.rd.y. rt,r.5LT 'a"a" !. Hood reorrlard, tc'irS. . T 1 I. , I ,1 ., .,, h,i rrMAHeo.Si ri.rt'. ifarr. - nam 1. 1 IT. u I II. I : , . 1 Alio, ewe ether traet af land, eltaeta la th. town, hip aferaaalt, kneaded hy landi af ttrl.bia Millet, Join t. Cedar, Aatea aoUaaaai ..a atkara, being a part af a orant wa traatad In taa note 01 uoajamia roaltney, aat eoauuelng ; ONI HUMDAKD AND IWSI.Vt ACRKs ant lit perehet. Tbii land U well tailed for larmtag nnrpoeel, aaa a lartre oaaBtlt af atna. aad kamtaek llmkaf akaraen. and laaliui.a ia the great eaal weeia. iaaat or San Tea ser aaet. wbea Ike eai. rrly II hacked tons j tka ramalador af aaa 'bird at aewlreaalma) af Belt, Sat Ike kataaaw at eajmai Say me ate af aw) aat lers yaara, to ba aa talwt if saaatanvt Bartgae aa tha pretanaa, , , i - ' 1aw nk.'u caaow anaamat n.aM7-et r baek. three lima, a wnk. I..... il.. w..v... oa TtMdat, IkeFi l.v.ejerln a... a. a. . BenveMCrrVwaBrtill. bv It nr . U Y.ZZ.7. T "areoay, and Selardav, at I p at . arrive New W Mhif , by t p m. ltoad raqnTred, SfOt. From Aaeoarllle. hy Me Pheranni lind Wartovar'a. ta ei.na- el .ilu ..a . W."1'.U' "vlilB Taeidiy and Saiurday, al lliln.. , Uf., b ,., B u" al Aaeoavillo hv II a at. Bond raqalrirl, MW J SiOt. From Lnlhariltarg. hy Trt.alrllla, ml an, and lleU't Mielt.tt Panitulawney. ItatilM and baek, thrai ttmee a ore... laaae. Lotltera. bar Taaa.lay, Tboredav. aad .SeLir.ttr a, s . '. avrt va at. Feat tea t r -aay v-ll m. laove faaalul Uwaay Taaetay, tear, r, tret ftaterTlay, al I a..a oa i,ut.t.i.iL. .1 Came ta Ihe pra-allei of the eo'ta-rin er, Is kt.M.ua.u .a . . . , . ' "t www mental einta , a arweaa eaksv-d belter, eappoaed ta he abaal ana yea nit, -lha wanner la - 1. wart, prave tnpavty, pay akarawa. eaal bats at poliliaked ia lUitrant Matiatiaa. v.er twrm y -alien five t eoeanrahene va re. a of I'mreea datlna ia.eeat.rr ear rloaiui. in every aYnarluavat ol out a.ttonai l,r.. .Vor.aviu.re are Ml t. a.pa llie a feero'eewraf etito.i te ryrww) ar.arY it tare t a Htorataa. A.ldrtia. ll lrtt'Kft A IIKOf II KB-t, , nv, ae. ire-et ( ; , N.a Vork. "A Rtnoallorr si faahloa. Plraaore, aat .,j . ' . . laalrwcllan.v llarper'm llazar. ' :.iisjWTtp.c?..L,.:'!a, "A'nifr-ert. rrM..- - Tbe Aaaar la edited with a enm hir.1 1 1 ... ar. aad Ulaat that we aeldom tod in any iouaal I lew'tai ttaell la tba ergao of tha great Wl'rld uf fajbtoa. rtoHea TmIUf. the Amor eoatmenda ileelf to every member of tba Jarojielinld ta iht ehil.lrrt by drall ud pretty rVrkrtt.bjatie at,tl, t.dtea hv-tti faahion platra la emlleea variety, lo Ihe provident malroa by ua pwlitrat 'far Ika ahiMtwa'a eiaibea, re a-elraaaii'wie lay tta laalatal deiigae far ejabvotder d llpper and loiurtnul drae.lng-gowne. Bel lite reading at aim of lata Hooer ta anttarmly af great exoaiienea. Tha pagiar haa aooatrod a wide popul.rll, for Ua Ireatde anioyaaal U aStirda. A. K. AVaiey feel, , 77 , la ita way rhera II aothlag Ilka It. Freab St) traalwarthy aa a faabian atti.le, iu nonet aat eaaaya, tea Mry aad eqalba, aad all iarigeraliag to tbe tad.-l.'t.r.y. .,,, , , 7aTCRM8t' . I PaOatre fraa ta all awbaxrlhtn la tbt . , l aJIrt ftlalca. . , IlAkraB'i Barja, aneyaar II N l 01 laalaJea prrfMmrsl ot tf. S poitaga by Ibe punliioert- 8ubeertpllonilallBfsa'iaiilt,vTkalt, r Uaaan. leene a.Ureaa for ana ynar.tll. to; of, twaaf llarper'e Wrlodktnli, t one adtareaiifar ana year. ? tl ftuiag, fren , IT An hair. tArry .laiibet the Manama. Wtat. M'l" ' "'" helopplted gratia tor evrry t-lob tr yivk Ht'iTkiim, at 14 it reek, la aaa Uianet tr, Ht Copiee for f.'O 00. wlthoat r -t- iaraa Barta, la axtta eo9 rtlntetai ahl ay ot The aintj at, Melt blidbni , let idhng. wb)l be area by ei prate, tat il tit eai-h. A e.n'rra Are, earn, aaiia aant aa rvetpt at eaik el i pee vol., retpai at eepwwea e away ern wni M eaaalaaed ef aa tka k. i, aa T,'f lJ if " f tTRR HVK at eiiieBpe, prlaiat A'tylt I ta. aata el parr Am ear. rromiaeat atlrallaa aril ba girea ta Haartta aiaa la aaeb ilia.tr.neae el Ike Oeataaelal la- r'"pa-t?r!r' Ataeai.ae,a a, a aal at I ataa alfe .rfearh'eeeMel wit. ,, .efa.tea ...r . uaal-IB Hnovaaat, .'TV,! afltlttirtlKN I Nov. II, Itti-M haw erk. iraatt. af st .It Par bav at I Ha, tt.4VH 4tW..araTOio.irart. "v. eretistt tt-t ,aj ( .a 5 aat, (aiB4.,,W,g-, hg.Jsatf.ly ,