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Wednesday Sornlnfr, March 29, 1SJ1.
13. F. SCIIWEIER,
IDITOR 4 PROPRIETOR.
CEO. P. ROVVELL ICO, 40 Park Row, New York
S. M. PETTENGILL i CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y,
Are our sole spents In that city, una are au
thorized to contract for advertising at our
lewest rates. Advertisers in that city are i e-
quested to 1t their favors with either of
tit above house.
Postponement of the Xext State Conven
(ion. The time for tlie meeting of ths next
Stale Convention ha been postponed un
til VeJueH(lay. the 17tlj of Maj next.
Mablon U. Dickinson. Esq.. of Phila
delphia, liao hren appointed chairman of
the State Central Committee, in place of
the Hon. John ( ovode, deceased.
"Let l" Hare Peace."
The threatening clouds that hung over
the leader of the Kepuhlican party as
eemhled in Congress at Washington are
scattering, and the proepects of the party,
and the cotiutry, m a consequence, are
better. It would be an unfortunate turn
of affaire if the Hepublh au party should
be dismembered. Many good Republi
cans, and all of the IVmocrats. looked
upon the removal of Senator Sumuer
from tit cha rmanship of the Committee
of Foreign Relation, and the late ex -
fring scenes in the Lower IIoue of
Congress, participated in by Mr 15iitler
and Speaker li'aiu and others, as clear
evidence of n breach between prominent
leaders of Ilia party and the Administra
tion.' The press throughout the land, too,
seemed t.'i a certain degree to share the
The clouds have lifted. The threat
ened danger no longer exists. President
Grant has risen with the crisis, as he often
did bi fore, in other trying times, and if
i i . , . 1 It .
lie lias not reiterated in woras ins unions
saying, us nave peace, ne uas more ,
forcibly expressed the meaning of the
sentence in his late appointment of Col.
ifohn W. Forney to the collet rhip of
the Port of Philadelphia, and in his late
proclamations on Southern ailairs, which
we publish elsewhere. The appointment
. of Mr. Forney is the Calumet of peace.
As the President has never been charged
with indulging in the questionable prac
tice of "Stare craft, ' but has always been
declared too straightforward and honor
able for such work, it now would be the
height of inconsistency to charge him
with it. Itis accepted at what it appears
and doubtless will prove to be, a "peace
offering." The Seuate accepted it and
confirmed the nomination as such, and
Col. Forney accepted it as such, and "will
do his utmost'' to heal up the wounds
that were unfortunately made by the mis
understanding of friends. The procla
mation, too, chimes in at this most pleas
ing juncture, and assures the country and
the world generally, that the new rebel
lion in the course of organization by the
Ku-KIux Klan shall no longer be allowed
to progress in its uncivilized work.
Thus again the President is master of
the situation, and all bat the Democrats
fay, " Let us have peace."
The Picture Papers of the Free Traders.
The free traders are circulating pam
phlets and pictorial papers, filled with
cuts of the different kinds of articles
manufactured in the old country, and duty
on each marked i'l figures. The object
of the circulation is to manufature a pub
lic sentiment for the removal of the duty
-or tariff imposed on the imported artic
les. It is well known that the wages
received in this country largely exceed
the wages received in the countries of
the old world Because of better wages
paid, and superior advantages to be
attained in consequence thereof thou
sands upon thousands of Europeans an
nually come from Europe here to make
this country their home. Ask the indus
trious and well-to-do foreigner here among
us about the wages of the people of Eu
rope, and he will tell of the pittance re--ctived
there for a day's Libor. He will
.tell that it was not sufficient to permit
Lira to buy the goods about him, cheap
as they were. If free trade becomes a
governmental policy, our people will be
reduced to circumstances nearly related
to those that surround the people of Eu
When looking over the free trade pictO'
rial papers it can do no harm to ask oar
selves, "What does the European receive
for making this article?" whatever it
may be that 'we are looking at; also
what does the American receive for ma
Sting the same ?" The men who are cir
eulaling these documents ate not con
nected with American industry, but are
jobbers and importers, and wish the duty
or tariff repealed, so that they can in
crease and enlarge their business at home
in the old country. "Look out for
the picture papers."
It is believed that The Joint High
Commission, will fail to reac'i a settle
ment of the Fishery and Alabama
. a . i
Senatob Sr.MNtg's speech on . San
Domingo came too late to admit of even
a synopsis of it in thus issue
The San Domingo Commission has
returned to Washington.
. The Insurrection in Paris. .,
A portion of Paris has, during the
List week, been under the "control of
what is styled a Central Committee, a
committee created by a mob. This com
mittee has assumed the responsibility , of
pronouncing judgment and death upon
whomsoever falls under its displeasure,
and within its reach. The pretext for its
organisation was, it tays, that Thiers,
who stands at the head of the French
government, was co-operating with Bis
mark for the everthrow of the republic.
Its object now is, according to despatches,
to secure special rights for Paris, " free
elections, and the abolition of payment
of rent during l lie siege, to form one
vast republic, under the Paris municipal
ity, which is to be mure comprehensive
An election was held in Paris lost
Sunday for a municipal government.
The committee or revolutionary candi
dates carried the city.
Despatches announce that the Thiers
government is preparing to attack the
The Present Kulers ef Paris.
The Paris correspondent of the Lon
don Standard writes as follws :
As I walked uuder the Column of Lib
erty, in the Place de la Pastille yester
day evening, I was attracted by a group
of some forty or fifty Mobiles roaring
at the top of their voices the plain chant
music of the "Kyrie Eleison," which is
so well known in all the churches through
out France Many were half intoxicated,
and drunkenly decorated themselves with
faded crowns of immortelles ; nil wore
sprays of the yellow wreath in their coats,
and some danced about in women's caps
As I drew near I was horrified to
hearlll0 Upheram p(lrody that was
) gtilulcj fr the orj a, MWed wr
Among other things, the name Garibaldi
was used iustead of that of the Divinity.
They were following and surrounding
a young soldier of the line, almost a boy,
whom they bad discovered on his way
to church, and whom they were mocking
in this devilish way for being so unlike
themselves. They were of the very low
es't and most brutal class of the men who
are now the heroes of Montmartc, and who
when not actually forced to be on duty,
come down into the town and mauifest
, ...:,: t. . :
i raii lift icm rci n'g epjr lu irvciy
rpeclaIlljr ineMi foreigner, bullying
women, and occasionally drowning men
in the Seine. They followed him from
street to street, hooting, whis'ling jeering
at him, and never ceasing impious sing
ing. At times I was afraid they
would attack him, for he was quite alone,
and the valor of these bullies is most
conspicuous wneu it can shine with impu
nity. But though young, the soldier was
a grandly built fellow, with massive
! shoulders, and the arms and legs of a
north country wrestler; a grave, hand
some, and an honest blue eye that would
be afraid to look no man in the face when
he spoke to him. He walked along with
a firm swinging stride, and seemingly
taking no more notice of them than if
they were so many toads. But at last
one ruffian, more daring than the rest,
came close to him, and, shouting out
something too blasphemous to repeat, half
shoved him against the wall. Quick as
lightning the young soldier turned and
straight from the shoulder, like a bullet
from a Chassepot, and with the whole
weight of the body, seut him staggei iug
agaiiirt the wall, from whence he reeled
helpless and iuseusihle into the gutter.
And not one of the drnnken Reeds
moved a finger to avenge him, but sluuk
back dismayed at this unexpected result
They were but fair representatives of the
cowardice of this class. For a moment
I thought the boy was about to speak to
them, and let them have it in a torrent of
contempt aud indignation, but to my
great admiration he only said one word
to them canaille 1 aud then these gen
tlemen of Moutmartre, these heroes ef
liberty and martyrs of oppression, cowed
by one man, aud not meeting with any
sympathy from another crowd that came
up meanwhile, executed a rapid and any
thing but dignified movements to the
rear. Now these are precisely the indi
viduals who, for the moment, hold the
entire population of Paris in nneasiuess.
Caught iu Machinery and Kilted.
Last Wednesday Thomas Prebel was
caught in the machinery of his father's
planing mill, in Cincinnati, and killed.
A belt caught his clothing and " carried
him around with such velocity that his
legs and arms were threshed into shreds,
and the man instantly killed.
The common rumor that the United
States desires to purchase Cuba has found
its way to that Island. Despatches from
there last week stated that the Spaniards
will not consent to sell, and declare that
there is not enough money in this world
to purchase it. Loud talk.
Oxe hundred women in the United I
States are now studying law,
youthful male attorneys will soon begin
to wail in chorus with the physicians.
Rkv. Jamrs Coldkr, D. D of Mich
igan, was last week elected President of
the Pennsylvania Agricultural College
by the Trustees of the Institution.
A old offender against law and order,
named James Grandy, was hung at Wash
ington, D. C, on last Friday, for the
murder of an old woman last October.
The people of'IUinois are agitating
the removal of the Capital from Spring
field to, some say Chicago, some to "this,
t! at, an! the other point."
The President's Message on the Condition
f the Southern States
The President sent tlie following mes
sage to Congress on Thursday the 23rd
inst.,: - ...
To the Senate and IIute rf Rejiruenfw
five : 1 -..
A condition of affairs now exists in
some of the States of tt. Union render
ing life and property insecure, and the
carrying of the mailes aud the collection
Of the revenue dangerous. The proof
that such a condition of affairs exists in
some localities is now before the Senate..
That the power to correct these evils
is beyond the coutrol of the State au
t hoi tics I do not doubt. That the power
of the Executive of t ae. United Stales,
acting within the limits of existing laws,
is sufficient for the pi esent emergencies
is not clear. The? ef. re I urgently rec
ommend such legislation as in the judg
ment of Congress shull effectually secure
life, liberty, and property iu all parts of
the United Statee.
It may be exfedient to provide that
such a law as si tall be passed in pursu
ance of this recommendation shall expire
at the end of t'je next session of Con
gress. There is no other subject on
which I wouhl recommend legislation
during the pref ent session.
U. S. Grant.
Washington. D. C.; March 23. 1S71.
Proclamation ?y the President A warn
iug to the Knklnx.
By the President of the Uuited States.
Whrrent, It is provided in the Consti
tution of the United States that the
United States shall protect every State
in this Union on application of the Leg
islature, or of the Ksecutiva wnen the
Legislature cannot be convened, provi
ded in the laws of the United States
that in all cases of insurrection in any
State, or of obstruction to the laws there
of it shall be lawful for the PiesideYit of
the Uuited States, on application of the
Legislature of such State or of the Ex
ecutive when the Legislature cannot be
convened, to call forth the militia of any
other State or States, or to employsuch
part of the land aud n-ivel force as shall
be judged necessary for the purpose of
suppressing such insurrection or ot caus
ing the laws to be duly eieculed ; and
whereas, 1 have received information that
combinations of armed nv n an; now dis
turbing the pence and safety of the citi
zeiisof the Stale of South Carolina aud
committing acts of violence in said State
of a character and to an extent which
render the power of the State and its
officers unequal to the task of protecting
life and property and securing public or
der therein ; and whereas, the Legisla
ture of said State is not now in session,
and cannot be convened iu time to meet
the present emergency, and the Execu
tive of said gtate has therefore made ap
plication to me for such part of the milli
tary force of the United State as may
be necessary and adequate to protect
said State and the citizens thereof ag-ti:ist
the domestic violence hereinbefore men
tioned, and to" enforce the due execution
of the laws; and whereas, the laws of
the Uuited States require that whenever
it may be necessary in the judgment of
the I resident to use the military force
for the puspose aforesaid, he shall forth
with, by proclamation, command such in
surgents to disperse and retire peaceably
to their respective abodes within a
Now, therefore. I, Ulysses S. Grant.
President of the Uuited States, do heie
by command the persons composing the
unlawful combinations aforesaid to dis
perse, and to retire peaceably to their re
spective abodes wilhiu twenty days from
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and canned the seal of the
Pnited States to be affixed.
Done at the city of Washington, this
24th day of March, in the year of our
Lord 1S71, and of the independence of
the United States the tiinty fifth.
By the President. U. S. GkaT.
Hamilton Fish, Secretary of State.
The speech of Senator Scott on south
ern outrages is thus spoken of by the
Washington Cirom'iie ; " The speech of
Senator Scott on southern outages was
a searching and convincing review of
the Ku Klux Klan and its atrocious
crimes in North Carolina. He set forth
not only hideous brutality aud murder,
but the large numbers, the compact organi
zation, the political character, and rev
olutionary purpose of the Klan. He
closed with au appeal of rare eloquence
and power to Democrats aud Republicans
to unite iu the passage of a law, aud in
all other means to avert this startling
wrong and peril. It is one of the ablest
aud noblest speeches recently delivered in
the Senate. Senator Scott is a calm rea
soner, a thorough lawyer, a sincere man,
honestly suiting the conviction to which
he has been reluctantly forced."
Pittsburg, Pa, is a great glass centre,
and there are altogether nearly fifty
large glass making establishments in the
country, as follows : Pittsburg, 20; Bos
ton, 10; Philadelphia, 6; Wheeling, Va.,
5 Brooklin, 3. Besides these, are small
concerns, a hundred or more-, the coast of
New Jersy, from Cape May, up toward
Philadelphia, is almost lined with win
dow glass factories, using sand from
Maurice river. Probably the New Eng-
and Glass Company of B ton U th e
largest in this country, sometimes em
ploying three huudred or four hundred
men. Next in order is the N&ssau Flint
Glass Company of Brooklyn, New York,
which is largly engaged on glass of the
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i lines i mutiny. .ox.
Last week the house of Mr. William
Ilopkiiisof East Mahoning township, In
diana county, was destroyed by fire and
horrible to relate, three human beings
perished miserably in the flames. Miss
Emily Hopkins aged 21 years, Miss Sarah
Hopkins aged 16 years and their little
nephew aged 4 years were all asleep in
one bed and were thero burned to death.
Nothing was saved from the fire and old
Mr. Hopkins and his son William, were
badly burned. .
ThB Johnstown miners deny what was
said of them last week, namely, that they
had joined hands with the anthracite j
miners, and purposed to strike.
Correspondence ef the Smtiwil.
' - Letter from gontfc Carolina.
Columbia Citt, S. C, March 18, 1871.
...Editor Sentinel: Sir, First let me
tell yon that your correspondent has just
laid aside the last copy of your interest
ing paper, and wbile perusing its columns
it occurred to me that a few lines from
this locality might, perhaps, be of some
interest to your readers, as quite a num
ber of Juuiata folks are sojourning here.
As you are doubtless, aware, the State
Legislature has adjourned, and the major
portion of the members of that honorable
body have returned to their homes, some
doubtless, never to return, a it is cur
rently reported that the "K K.K " gen
tlemen are looking after some of them.
The last few days of the session were
decidedly itormy, and all, . too, about
railroads.. It was frequently asserted
during the session that "big railroad jobs"
were on the tapis ; and, true, enough, a
few days before the final ending, along
they came ; and with others was the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Com
pany, with our old friend and fellow
towusman, Col. J. J. Patterson, in .the
lead, he being the Vice President of the
above-named road. For some mouths
past the Sonth Carolina Railroad Com
pany, whose road runs from here to
Charleston and, by the way. an old and
wealthy corporation, composed entirely
of aristocrats of the Slate have been
using every possible means to purchase,
and thereby gain control of the Green
ville and Columbia Railroad. This line
extends from here westward 165 miles,
with branch roads to Abbevillo and An
derson, and is owned by a partnership
which at first consisted of fifteen or
twenty gentlemen, but recently it has
been reduced until there are now only
eight, and they are State officials and Re
publicans, with Col. J. J. Patterson- at
its bead and one of the heaviest stock
holders. The old aristocracy of the
State dislike the idea of Yankees owning
and running railroads, and have been
bitter against the company ; but notwith
standing the road is doing a large and
profitable busiuess. They style them the
' Greenville Ring," and they are as well
known and as much abused here as was
ever the Pennsylvania Railroad "ring"'
abused at Harrisburg for their operations
in days gone by. Not long since the
South Carolina Company offered Col.
Patterson and his party a million dollars
for their interest iu the G. and C. road,
but they refused to sell on any such
terms. The object of the "ring" was to
keep thtii road, and procure certain leg
islation by which they would get the use
of two million dollars' worth of good
bonds on their road, and four millions of
State endorsed bond ou the Blue tlidge
Railroad, aud one million three hundred
and ten thousand dollars of stock held
by the State in the ''due Ridge Railroad,
the Lawrence Railroad, and the Spartaus
burg Railroad the two latter being feed
ers of the Greenville and Columbia Rail
road and, to accomplish this, a bill was
introduced to consolidate all in one com
pany, w hich would make a very power
ful corporation. It was indeed a decided
ly bold scheme, aud as soon as it was
developed, created a terrible how, urged
ou by the different companies who op
posed the measure. The Port Royal
Railroad Company, which was also ap
plying for two millions of State bonds,
at once saw defeat to their game if the
"ring" succeeded in getting their bill
through, and they used strong arguments
ngaiust the "ring's" bill. The ring "
offered several bills, and had two or three
passed ; but the one they really wanted,
aud the one that covered npthe "snake,"
was pnt in one of their bills by the Com
mittee on Railroads in the Senate, (after
having passed the House,) and supported
as amendments, and it was a " big "
amendment, for it changed the title and
almost the entire body of the original
bill as it had passed the House. After
being reported to the Senate, it passed
with little opposition, and was the same
day returned to the House for concur
rence, where it received very prompt and
likewise favorable consideration, when,
after a terrible fuss (all on the surface),
it was signed by the Governor, while the
newspapers were all, with few exceptions,
denouncing the wrong bill. It was a
grand old fight, and hard work for two
weeks, but the "ring" were the victors,
and defeated the Port Royal schemes,
and got all they wanted In other words,
they "gobbled up" about eight millions
of the State and railroad bondB.
If time and space would permit, I
would give yon a statemeut of the "State
Starling Funding Bill," recently passed
It is a brother chip to the above, and
fully as essential to the interests of the
The excitement created was very great,
but perseverance always has its reward ;
and the "ring,'' since its success, is now
high on the popular wave, The now pro
pose to build and complete connection
with Knoxville, in connection with the
Macon and Knoxville Railroad. The
understanding with the "ring" is to make
Gov. Scott president of the new com
pany, and Col. Patterson vice president
the latter to be the actiug president
though some positively assert that the
Governor will not accept the presidency
of the company ; and in that event Col.
Patterson is the " coming man " for the
position, as he has gained considerable
notoriety as a railroad official. The new
company will coutrol important roads and
a vast travel, and, under proper manage
ment, will be made very profitable. Col.
Thos. Dodsraead, formerly of the Rich
mond and Danville Railroad, has recently
been placed in charge of the Greenville
aD Columbia Railroad as General Super-
inteudent, and will doubtless make it a
Col. Fatteraon, - aince the passage of
the above bills, has given up the idea of
returning to Juniata, and will remain here
to take charge of Li; large railroad inter
ests. Onr city is fast becoming a great rail
road centre. We have now four roads
coming in here, and this summer, the
Wilmington and Columbia Railroad will
run in here, making five, giving two good
I io dty Mpidly
improving, and in a few years will show
no signs of the great fire that swept over
it when Gen. Sherman's army was here.
Yours truly, M-
Jnst as We Found Them.
At South Beud, Ind., one Jacob Me
thusalch died of laughter, recently, at
some droll story told him by a friend.
A train bearing 700 woman and child
ren of colonists who have settled in Ells
worth, Kansas passed through Topeka
A couple of girls near Fond du Lac,
Wis , cultivated a one hundred acre farm,
and supported themselves and parents
out of the proceeds.
In the town of Clarendon Iowa, the,
names of all the female residents were
registered ou the voting list, but on the
day of the election not a woman appear
ed to deposit her ballot.
At Harrisburg, on the 20th, a shift
ing engiue ran into a freight train, killing
Willian Callender and Samuel S wager
brakeman, and seriously wounding Sam'l
Carter, brakeman, and Edward Yoder,
The directors of the Frederick and
Pennsylvania Line Railroad made a con
tract on Monday with the Lochiel Iron
Company of Pennsylvania for the iron to
lay the track on said road from Littles
town, Pa., to Taneytown, Md.
An Irishman with a heavey bundle on
his shoulders, riding on the front of a
horse car, was asked why he did not set
his bundle on the platform. He replied:
' Be jabcrs, the horses have enough to
drag me; I'll carry the bundle.
In Carroll county, Iowa, on ti e 15th
inst.. B. B. Ferry, a lumber merchaut,
shot and killed his wife, set h'B house on
fire, aud then shot himself dead. lie
mimed Lis wife at the East ouly last
October, but was much given to strong
On Mr. Dunning, the celebrated law
yer, being asked how he contrived to get
through all his busiuess, he replied, ' 1
divide my busiuess into three parts; the
first part I do myself; the second part 1
get done f ir me; aud the third is never
done at all.
"Why, you'd better knock the door
dowu ? What do you want ?" "Pch,
my darliug 1 don't let me wake any of
your family. I'm just using your kuock
er to wake the peop'e uext door. I'm
locked out, d'ye see; aud they've nivc-r a
A burglar entered the Old Stone Pres
byterian Church in Augusta county, Va.,
on the night of the third inst.. and stole
the pulpit Bible, an heirloom which, for
a century or more, had been nsed by
the venerable ministry who preached the
Word in that mother church of the Val
ley of Virgiuia.
At Ashland, Pa., one of the boilers of
E. Best's coal-breaker exploded on the
16th inst.. killing Maik Daniel, the en
gineer.and serously if not fatally injuring
others. A portion of the boiler fell
through a house close by, and struck
two children who were in bed at the time.
Happily they escaped without serious in
jury. A pine tree was felled on lauds of
John Dubois, Esq., in Clearfield county,
a short time since, from which was cut
seventeen log sixteen feet in length, and
coutaiuing seven thousand two huudred
feet of good lumber. Talk about your
giaut trees of California but you seldom
find larger piue trees in this country
than the one above referred to.
One of the candidates in Concord, N.
U., believing he was elected, told an ale
dealer on Tuesday night to treat every
body who came in during the evening at
his expense; and went home. The an.
nouncement of the result showed unex
pectedly that he was beaten by seven
votes. His successful opponent generons
ly offered to foot the bill.
A man in Oil City got into a quarrel
with a woman. ' She'd be blessed it she'd
take .any of his impudence. So she
cooly walked into her kitchen, got a
dipper full of buckwheat batter, and
threw it all over him. The fellow was
of course a beautiful illustration of a
dough-head. He contends nevertheless
that he can whip any woman in Oil City.
"If yon do not close that window,
waiter, I shall die from the draught,"
said a lady at dinner. "And if you do
close it. I sb.ill die from the heat in this
hot weather!" exclaimed a stouter
fair lady. Then there was a giggle
among the dinners at the dilemma of the
waiter, when a literary gentleman pres
ent, said: "My good fell w, your dnty is
clear; close the window and kill one lady
and open it again and kill the other."
A finished Boston thief a few days ago
made off with a team and two cases of
dry goods, valued at $5,000, which it was
conveying to a Philadelphia steamer for
consignment to two houses in that city.
He pursuaded the teamester to accompa
ny him to the fourth story of the Boston
postofGce for a package which he repre
sented to be there, and passing out of
another entrance, , made off with the
team and goods whilo the teamster wait
John Alexander, the -Great American
The following report concerning the
failure of John Alexander,' the great
American fanner, and Illinois cattle king,
is going the rounds of the press : "Dur
ing 1S70 he was a large loser, in cattle
speculations. Being cramped for funds,
he determined to eell the Broadlands
farm, containing 26,000 acres, and ap
pointed agents to make the sale. After
wards an offer of $600,000 was made for
Broadlinds by a Canadian, named Hogle,
who failed to come to tim9- Meantime
Mr. Alexander became more deeply em
barrassed, and his creditors becoming
impatient, he has appointed two leading
citizens of Jacksonville and one of Men
ord county te sell somnch of hie prop
erty as will pay Lis creditors.'. TV this
action he has the consent of his creditors.
Two years' time is given by them."
Five Daks in a Will Rescued
Alive, Death - One day last week,
while John Celf was" engaged in cleaning
out a well, near Leaveuworth, Kansas,
The walls caved in aud buried lim deep
in th,e earth. Every body thought he was
crushed to death, and the process of dig
ging was very slow. Five days after the
accident he was reached and found to be
alive. As soon as he was taken out he
declared himself all right, drank a glass
of whisky, ate some food aud smoked a
pipe. Several hours after he commenced
sinking, and soon died without a strug
In the city of New York there are
70,000 Jews, mostly German. There
are forty synagogues. .
who enn?K in our new business mnke from
IS to $10 per day in lheir own localities,
ruil particular and insti ucuons ent by
mail. Tbose in need of permanent, profit
able work, should ailJres ai ouee. UEUUtiK
ST1X-SUN & CO., VorilanJ, Maiu.
40 WEEKS FOR ONE DOLLAR!
THK AMKKICtN RURAL MOMK fr.nu
Ap.il 1. 1871. Flrsl-flaM, El?ht.pa;e,
agrltaltaral and Family Weekly. -'i
HOPKINS 4 WILCOX, Rechester, K. T.
DR. S. S. FITCH'S Family Physician ;
U'Jp≥ sent hy mail free. Teache
how to cure all Uiseams of perxou ; .kin.
hair, eye, complexion. Write to 714 Broad
way, Netr York.
Hand and Machine Sewing.
& P. GOATS'
SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS.
Fr:n 8 to ITo. ICO incksive.
FOR SALE BY
All Ssalsrs in Ery Goods and ITot'ons
BLOOMlNGTOfl (ILL) UUitSMl.
l'Jih Year, b U Acre IS Ureeiiliuues .
Lirgcst AssortmtN'.t nil fires. Uesl Slock '.
Law IVices '. Would yen know What,
When, How to Plant! Fruit Simile. Erer-
I greuu. lrees, lioot lirntls, ot''M!liiis, H,:te
l'lanis. Apple Seed. Early llos Point n.
! Stiruba, l'.use?, GreiihoHe and flardon
l'l.nii. Sc., ie. Flower and Vegc&ete
Seeds ! Finest, Rest Coileciiuu siirm and
quality, itend 1') cent for New Illustrated.
Descriptire dialogue HO put:?. Send
stamp, each, for Catalogues of Seeds, will:
plain directions CI pngos; Redding and
Garden Pl&ols pages, aud YYteale
Price l.isl 24 pees. Address
F. K- PHlE.MX. Rloomiugtutt, Itlicoi.s.
Seeds ! Seeds I
Market Gardener wuoting fresh and reli
able Seeds, should buy of the grower. We
grow tbe finest varieties ef Leet. CaNhage.
Canot. Sugar Corn. Kale, Letluee, Melon.
Onion, Parsnip, Radib, Spimch. Sinan,
Turnip aud oiher VegnaMe Seed. Cata
logues wilh Prico List nailed fre. WADE
ARMSTRONG, Seed.m'en. J1JO Market
Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
Cleans Kid Gloves and all kimls of Ciotbs and
Clitbinjr; removes Paiut, Grease, Tar. .,
instantly, Tf i'hout the least injury to the Simi
fabric Sold hy Drupirists and Pancv Goods
Dealer. FRAGRANT SAPOLIENE CO.,
33 Barcby St., New York, 46 La Sail Sl.
AU"plLMOSAKV BALSAM "
The ol 1 standard remedy for Coughs, Colds,
Consumption. "AoMmy tetter." C'vtjxr
Bro. & Co., Boston.
made ia lu hours, without
uruits. Particular 10 cents
$ S S ?
i i i
- - ............ . " . . -. ue ui t; II ow
prepared to furnish all clashes with constant
employment at home, the whole of the time
or for the spare moments. Business new,
light and profitable. Persons of either sex
easily earn from 5 c. to $5 per evening, and
a ptoporlioaal Bum by devoting their whole
time lo the husiues. Boys and girls earn
nearly as much as men. That all who see
this notice may ?end thjir address, and test
tbe ousinen, w make the unparalleled offer :
To such as are not wed satisfied, we will
send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing
Full particular, a valuable sample which
will do to commence work on, and a copy of
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lishedall sent free by mail. Reader, if
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Tn the wnpi-ivn. rr ico tv
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Philosophy of Omens and Dreams, Brightm
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i ; n'v.uuu sola ; price
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will receive a sample copy of the work free
As no capital is required, all desirous of gen-
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enclosing lOcts. for postage, to T. W. EVANS
& CD.. 4! Smith Rik S Pi.;i.j.i-L!.
T . vaa J-.9 lUllMCIm,
A VOID QUACKS.-A victim of earlr in
XI. diseretioa. causing nervous debility,
premature decay. 4c, having tried in vain
every advertised remedy, has a simple mean
Of self-cure, which he will send free to hit
fellow-sufferers. AddresiJ. H.TUTTLB,
78 Narsau gt.. New York.
O 10 the Jcsiata Skstuil J..b Priming
V- Office for all kind of FUia and Fancy
Estate of Robert Quick, decent'.!.
IIEBEAS Letters of Administratin,
..tl at. I Robert Unick l
w ... -" - - - tm w OT
Juniata county, deceased, havt been (rraut(j
to the undersigned, all persons in.Jehtt,j
said estate ara-requested lo make immeJint,
pajnent, and tbose haying claims or deiDM,,,
against the estate of saM decedent will pr.
sent tbem, properly anthemlmifnl. to
. . 6. OWkS EVA.N'3,
March 22-Ct Thoaipuoa '-own.
Administrator's HoticeT "
Fttate of Mary Hertzter. deccmi.
WHEREAS Letters of Administration o,
tbe estate of Mary Hertjlcr, lale ,f
Walker township,. dee'd., be been p-anttd
to tbe iinurined. rilinjc . in UeUwurj
township, all person indebted to nid ett,
are hirrby requested, to make immeil'tle p(r.
ment, and those harinir claims will pr,,
tbem properly authntieated for "ettlerottt.
, JAOpB KIRT2, -,-WVr.-
March 2'.', lSTl-St ...
So. 72" CURS 13 U I SIKEET,
(Formerly 5-0 Arch Street,)
Opposite "OU .Vatonie Iall," Phiiapilpih
lias a large Stock of
iMERICAN s SWISS fiOLr.xi,Sir,rES.
WATTKES OPERA. I.I NTIEX ASH
TEST CIIAINS. FRENCH CLOCKS,
Ol'ERA CLASSES AND
FWCT ami PLAIX SOLID SILVERWARE
WD ROGERS CELEBRATED SI'oOVS.
FORKS, TEA SETS, ICE PITCHfRS, CAS
TORS, .te.. all of "hich are selling at rea
MitrcU i-'. 1871-ly
PAT1KT1D lELMBa 7T, lSifl.
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN.
ue4 It to br Ike ht Hc r tkl.-.
- try! Mill imt rrto-. -uj -
; wit .ri.u: win
i rmii anr ertl5 I" - rmllM
' taoopcraiaata. Prt nft vrrrtttU
....I i. .VI V RV ALIM. ud fcrlhb
J! mui Ov , 1.0; twel.a kuu, i j
Western Publishing Co.
Mamifactmer' Agents, Fitisfcurjh. Pa.
CArnow.TrrratrptontTrihi 1 2
FVm. km l4 t wmunf IwfaBtlw r !'
riar fliutlllr. Buy nl.. Ike aeanlae J Ol V O
J TA1$ PESkyfclCnMf. Iwrl.
tla far Pea wle Jr aase. Towa, Coanlr, an
atate. plalalr wrlttea, aaa ardera wUl aMsat wU
SEE WHAT S2 WILL DO :
A Handrome Mew $5 Stee! Engraving and a
Prize worth from $1. ta 55,000,
IXTIt FOK sS-J.
Kverv ticket draw a prize. No blank
With each ticket juil pel at the t.:ne of jar
churiuj it eiiher l.urley. a le.-ii.i of ibe
Rhine, tue li?iuliei ited, or tbe Chili -.'Lrii
which ai-e regarded by oenlt-rs. mid evj'ert
the handsome")! and ber-l Stl l",-!r-ivin'
ever ortered at $olO. They are ri'4.
Each uf them ix a ge-.a of -irt. U.-ce-oVr
every ticket holder will pocMiivcly dra-.? uua
ol" ihe following prite. ,
THE LaMEKRE.lloTEl.'.DENUiN. Ml)..
containing twenty-Mi rooms, all modern va
veuiences, uu: lt, stock, dc-, woiiiv, c i -u.
THE PICTf RE IIIIX F.u:?A.
of lf S aei es on tb Cboplank rite,-. htirg ft
steamboat wLutf ivu it. wilb a liLtc V.'-n.
THE COLD S-riUNS FARM: of ii arre
worih - $.'.
ThE CARTtU FARM I with So eUir
land. - - . .').ll'ii.
A i'.Ol'SE IN IUNTN : - - .ii;k)
1M S1AN1ASH Sfc'A'lNC MA:l'.:.M.i
Worth Jroia - - - Slo to $V.
60 Vv'ALTlIAM ICATCUr.S!
Eaci wor'.U fr4ii - - 51"loM0
4 FiauoH. JO Orgins vil Jlty.'t'ii.
One C. S:tn ... :!.l.m
Out Cijii Sons - SI.K)
ln Ca"!i iftii ... .'
Tlirie ("ajh Suuki eah - - S!0
Kiiw Ca?b Sunn, eb - - $'U.
4!670 GIFTS consist in of TVssbr-va Ma
chines, Wringer St.iuiitd Rooks Vvm-Wj of
Art. aJ other ho'iM-andd and inIuAble arii
tlcV; ntxve oi ibeur cim ie p'arh :-ed, a.
retail. f.r l-! ttoia Stl'tf. whale- jine arw
north $t I 0 ami more.
The drawing will Sake plaeaa oen & w
pravisgs ejouh are solii to- iistrivte- the
iickt!. aeiorr a. :vk:it ticket holder." eji
cbMH he p-esot. ai ta. b andr -.he'.r-cuii'.ruL
sA Uviuen, Md.
The Caroline C.xsety Laraf .-i90fja;, tu
corpora Seil iody, abatUTed n tbe Mi o:'
Mac:vi. and ! subcr;bdi :
&SMW. Hr Fell, of l-ntcn, S. U. t'-fc.
arl-xw. Sherif o5 ihe eiity. Lfoton. .Varv
hd : Jacob Albrer, nt;er. lirilua..
Maryland, uti etereare uinct tht :sck
bt!ders. 7h perrpe-? hi sale- srmjN te real
it the ea.-jb on iirehfteUiM ow haua. an-j ou
tbe Tea!: ete-
J'Ji.-vo R )ii;'jmt, Attorney at Law. PreVl
Ilrnry S Maaehm fo Firm f.f Maneba
4 Sjos Real ZalUt Lolew, Ridgc-ly. M4,
riroi, Treasin-er- and Manager.
Jeo-te H. Rutsuna, CtutseL
Refer aTso ta-CVirie liMnliig, X.. Speak
er ef the Wr Sennit. tiOierk of both
branches of the Veitva;- legi.-s'ainre, all
tbe Luuftng men. tic-Han is, and tlx, Preo-t
of the taioemji gifcri-Iy. Il'IuV septus
(tic rieitet and ttming given fro? la
every club of fuur with the money S t;0.
Send a 51 orilen our genem elSce. hns r
GASOLINE CO. LAUD ASSCCIAnGlT.
Sirthati Sit? St.., Wt!nKiytoyliit.
THE CAROLINE PEARL. .
Will be seat l all peivakstrs tin for ene
quarter on application. It will gvre a do
tailed account tJ car procee&n;; iVom time
to time. Newspapers wishing t aierut
for w, will p?ea ns Ikeir lowest rates.
Mareo . Ib7l-1j . i
TVTOTICE is berrhy pven tfcst an eleettaa
1 for UnJjro Uflreers for the rVrraille
Bridge Ciupauy will be held at ;b aioce of
Samuel Ilnek, in tbe borowb of rVrrTsvf'l.
on FRIDAY. MARCH 31, 371. beiwen the
hoars ef 2 and 4 o'eliick, P. M.
Ky erder of lb? Board.
SA M I'LL BCCK. Teat'r.
5fareh 13, I871t ......
r.ttmte of Samuel JJ. Olrto. drceafi. i
WHEREAS Lctiers of AdministraMon on
tbe estate of 8am n el B. Okcson. late
of Beale twp., dee'd.. have lieen granted to
Ihe undersigned, residing in' Spruce Hill
township, all persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claim will present them
properly authenticated for settlement "
JAMES B. OKESON, Adm'f.
March 15. 1871-fit
Dissolution of Partnership - - J
THB eo-partner.-thip heretofore existinj; be
tween tbe undersigned in the slnneware)
bnsinera, in the bornucb of Perryiville. haa
been diasnlved by mntnal consent The ao
eonnts will be settled, and tbe business, eon-,
tinued at the old stand by Henry Willi. - -
1. 8. COYLK. -
' . - HENRY WILLI,
Perrrville, March , 1871.
O Ay 'I
OFTIIE f AGE!