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WEDNESDAY, - November h, 1873. that in ae- TIlASKStilVIXW rRCI.AATIX. FEXXS YL VA XI A , Jn the name and by the authority of the Commnnv-ealth of Pennsylvania. JOHXF. IIAIUKAA!, Governor of .-aid Commotnrcollh. Whereas, the President of the United States, by Lis proclamation, has appointed the twenty-seventh day of November next as a day of public thanksgiving. I do, therefore, recommend the tconle of Pennsylvania cordance with said proclamation, f hall meet on said day, in their respective places of worfchip, to return thanks to Almigbtv God for the manifold mercies he has vouchsafed to ub dur ing the past year, and to implore a continuance of His favor, and to pray that the afflicted people of other of tLosc United States may be delivered from the pestilence which is within their borders. Civen tinder my hand and the (Jreat Seal of the State, at Harrisburg, this SOth day of October, in the year of cur Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three, and of the Commonwealth the ninety-eighth. By the Govenor: M. S. Qvay, Secretary of the Commonwealth. TWTTT 111 llll M ,m" wmm " The Secretarv of the Treasury cause of apprehension to lie found ? . - ... 1 - .1 ,1 ...... .7 I. I . 11 J.I. ..nmH101lt -llC ni)l IUU IICNWUUVUl 1I1VII Ul Hit 1 n ii-nil- trilnrnn I I. ft nnill IlllMH PlllCilll I 1 .... .a i,.v.,. timeg drawjDg ,ipon tlH.jr lmirr. of payments of silver at -New lork, nat;on3 for thei Conelsion, IJotou, Philadelphia and IJalti nore. : ratl)or tian (,n tjif, ncUial facts? On all drafts on the Assistant '-'reas-j The panics of previous years were urers at these poinls, sums c.f five! based upon a different state of facts a.m... :.. .rt..r w n.ii.l when dc-;811 mat oeve.opeu in me inic panic, THE I.F;IKI.ATt BE. House ol Kepresautatltts. Xcw Jersey. FuEEiMii.n, X. .1 , Oct. 30. A fire , , " ... . .i broke out at 12:15 this morning on Uelow we give the corrected hit of , Main fi,rcPtin a huMng occupied ....I ., t . . l..imavli-nni i. . n 1 .-iiiuuim rit'ti ivf . ....... j w At last the work of the Constitu tional Convention has been complet ed, and two crowning follies added to the many that have gone before. It has been finally decided to hold a special election at w hich this instru ment is to be submitted to a vote of the people on the third Tuesday of lecemler, (mid winter,) and that it shall Vie voted on as an entirety. We confess that we are not much eurpris ed at these two decisions, simply for the reason that this body as a whole, has, throughout its entire career, shown that it was controlled by prigs and pragmatics instead of the appa rent! v few men of business and com mon tense, who found their way into it. It looks to us as if the Conven tion had a deliberate intent to have its work passed upon, only by the denizens of the cities and towns, for it is not to be expected that the vot ers in the rural districts, miles dis tant from the polling places, can be induced at the most inclement season of the year, when probably the high ways will be almost impassable, to turn oat to thiselection. If the Con vention had been laboring to devise the most effective method of disfran chising the voters in the country dis tricts, it could not have arrived at a more simple and comprehensive plan, than it has doseby fixing the election at the bleakest and most inclement season of the year. Again, if it had desired the rejec tion of the instrument, on which so much time and money has been ex pended, itcouldhave devised no more effective plan than to compel the people to vote on it as a whole, thus allowing them no power to accept or reject portions of it, but compelling them to 6wallow the unmixed evil with the good, or to reject the whole, liecause of the unsavory morsels in corporated in it V arc not now passing judgment manded. These payments were maue bv way of experiment in ascertaining whether the specie so paid was likely to be hoarded, or go into general circu lation, or be sold to the bankers. The Government has about two hundred thousand dollars of small silver on hand, and there is an abundance of silver bullion in the country, while the capacity of the mints for coinage in silver is about Ffteen millions dol and Jt is not to lie juclgea by the same standard as the past. It does not follow that liecause everything and everbody went to sticks in ISji, that the same result will follow in 1873 ; and it is not the pnrt of pru dence, now, as it seemed to be then to lot every man take rare of himself and let the devil to take the hind most. Then the whole country was bankrupt; now, it is not; and there need be, in fact, no real trouble, to day, if cold-blooded selfishness were not allowed to slip in and to fcbo in and suirppst lars per annum, and as we understand tuatjt j8 everv ruan's business to take the present movement is to test the : care of himself, first. It is in fact, practicability of coining and throw ing into circulation the silver in the country, and if it is not hoarded up, every man s business to take care of himself by helping to take care of others. Individual prosperity can best be promoted bv heloin? and sus- . . . . . . . . 1 ' - o but is kept in circulation, iuus pae j taming the general prosperity. the way to a gradual resumption of; The first thing to be done is to specie payments. This experiment w'll also test the theory of somo finan ceers that there is gold and silver enough in the country for all business members IIoufo of Representatives: Adams Win. S. Hildobrand, 1). Allegheny II. II. MeCormiek, 11.; S. J. Wainwrigbt, K.; J. C. Xewmy- er, II.; A. li. Young, A. J. il ays, Henry Gcr- stop croaking ; the second is to in voke the restoration of the sway of common sense, and to look at things as they really arc. Confidence is a plant of slow growth, we may be pay in specie. purposes, ana that it will come out : tola; hut it enn grow ouiy uy losicr as soon as the Government begins to in t- To all appearance, the coun try never had in it, so lully as it has to-day, elements of prosperity and sue- , . ! cess; and if our people, generally, Mr. Lloyd L. Clary, editor of i ..-ill r,m .,,i .i,u ,i(t tv.n niiriii- mare that has been oppressing them, ashamed of the the Cumberland 'lime, was shot to death on Monday of last week, by John M. Keslcy, son of Horace lies ley, Clerk of the Courts of Allegheny Co., Md. The latter gentleman is a candidate for re-election to the office which he now holds, and was violent ly opposed by the Times Some strictures in the Times on the official conduct of Mr. Rosier gave offense to his sn John, w ho sought the edi tor in his office and meeting him at ! the door deliberately fired upon him j Scrantox, Pa., Oct. 27. At twice and killed him. We are told about twelve o'clock last niht a par- t .i :.:,., ,.t r..,i... tv of men surrounded the house of ! IWrnan K.M.r' in 1 ha Snnnnn flic- land still keep up that murderous ,'lct of tI)C tweh ward of lh!g chj semi-barbarous practice of going arm- an,i ten of them, deeply disguised cd, and this shocking crime is but one and wearing hideous masks, entered tl .1 I'll of its legitimate results. ! 1110 uouse. n igutening tne cnuaren, thev w ill soon grow dreamy terrors that have agonized them. A great nation like ours must have laith enough to meet all local and temporary embarrassments and losses with courage and without fear of future results. Confidence is al ways a better adviser than fear; and soundness of judgement is never possible where the mind is kept heat ed with apprehensions and distrust. An Elcrtion Oatrng-e. U.; P. C., Christy w ig, K. Arnistrong-llobcrt Thompson, 11. Deaver, Uutler and Washington S. J. Cross, R.; .1. Allison, R.; A. L. Campbell, R.; David McKce, R. Redford and Fulton .1. M. Rey nolds, P. Rerks Michael McCullough, P.; Renj. E. Pry, P.; Pr. A Smith, P. Rlair S. R. McCune, R. Rradford E. R. Mver, R.; James II. Webb, R. Rucks G. E. Hageman, P.; J. M. Jamison, P. Cambria Samuel Henry, R. Cameron, Elk and Jefferson P. P. Raird, P. Carbon and Monroe E. C. Pimmick, P. Center John II. Orvis, P. Chester E. W. Uailey, R.; Peter G.Carey, R. Clarion and Forest M. Williams, P. Clearfield Pr. J. W. Potter, In dependent Democrat. Clinton, Lvcoining and Sullivan Richard Redford, 1).; II. W. Petriken, D. Columbia Chas. R. Rrockwav, D. Crawford M. W.Oliver, R.; Fled. Rates, R. Cumberland Wm. R. Rutler, P. Dauphin and Perry J. E. Allen, R.; A. Fortenbaugh, R.; John H. Sheibly, R. Delaware m. Cooper 1 alley, l. Eric E. II. Wileox, R.; Henry Rutterfield, R. Favette Jasper M. Thompson, R. Franklin George W. Welsh, D. Greene T. II. Laidley, D. Huntingdon W. K. Rurchinell, R. Indiana Daniel Ramey, R. Juniata and Mifflin II. P. Taylor, P. n.ij.V.'i nnu'thfllipr ft caught mini a stove m the pressroom, and spread north to Hartshorno's lur- uiture store, the postoniee, Rurtis' dry good stoic, the court house, clerks' and surrogate's offices, and south to Conover & Thompson's clothing and fancy goods store, law office of W. H. Conovor, jr., Rnde t TreadweU's barber shop, E. R. Ru dle'g dry giods store, W. 11. Redcn baugh's law office and the dwelling of Colonel Vought's. In order to arrest the flames the houses of Pr. Pittman, tleatist, Mr. Swartz's law office and the building occupied by the agent of the Howe sewing machine company were torn down. All of the public records were saved. Mr. Rodcubough lost a val uable library. The merchants saved A Xew Admrtiemeiit Brllrfonte Lawyer Acclilenlnlly Hills Illmnrir, Lock IIave.v, Pa. Oct 28. George Vocum' aged thirty-six, of the firm of Xcvj A drrrtif-e mentf. "pULH'l Al'iuil J. Mi-; TO ACCEPT or RKFUSE. oLivr.it KNEPPEK. Sheriff. ycT. ri llnir In rUiUt.nr. M.. AXiin wi ji. .'icvrri. r'Piiiii in iiituuu ctiitnty, IVmim. Yftunre lirrehy notlfl!."l to .iiK-nr nf n fir(tariiT 4 ... ... t li.-lil .1 Wi.inr.i.l .... M.....l.r tl. llh Uush &, Yoeum. law vers in Bellefonte i iy r N"vemir urxt, t 'Mit or n-i-ie i tnice accidentally shot himself yesterday j ur.K while out hunting near three nuns, ;n.ui.iiwti.i..i.i Clearfield countv. After walking oetis and riding in a wagon a distance j " of twelve miles he reached Sinnam- j ,4 UPITOR'S XOTICE. honing, and was brought to this city M-.V . , , . ,,. Oll iiic II Hill l il? I infill. lie uini i pnun at uun 01 Momerwleimntv. !'.. in nmni'ini.i almiit Inilf nnt kit o' 'in k' this mom- nV"n Utrll.ailon of Um fiiml in the Immlii l aiJOUt liail pa.-l SIX O I .OIK IIIIS morn ,tLo ,!,(!,(,,. of San)u,. Kuhlmn..le-eael. ing. Jle was the choice ot the re publicans of Centre county for Con gress last fall, but at the district con ference meeting gave way to the Hon. S. Ross. A lesperato .Ner. Caiiso, Oct. 30. The daed body of Mr. Miller was found in his cotton a portion of" their goods in a damag-J field near Fulton, Ky., yesterday ed condition. The loss will reach $2(10,000, partly insured. The ex citement is intense. The Inquirer newspaper loses everything, includ ing all of its accounts. Al!rC! Outrage In I.oulj.ln. ... 1. ..., .!. 1 f .!. U. , i i i i . . . r.i uj miv iuv uli uijama ui iuu th nnlililin.l Ktitrmint nt th 5 I J 1 frnnt rnnm nlmrmt intn tragedy be true, the provocation was extremely slight, and the terrible and bloody deed can neither be palliated or excused. As the wretched voung room, almost into hysterics. The men were armed with drawn re volvers, and one of them, approach ing the oldest child, a girl ten years of age, said if she produced the ballot . . .1 ' 1 1 UUA 11111V11 Hail UlCJ UriU i(L IIJU Kill lAmnl ,.l ' . I I Ins lna linAn I m I'vui aivi t.'i tun li iiiil lion uwu hi- , .. iit e.l.l l l 1 1 i election that her father had in charge rested, is in prison, and will uadoubtr j ihey woud not iiarm i,pr The vhu. edly be tried for his life, we forbear ' drcn ran screamiug to nn adjoining comment that might further inflame j apartment, where their father was in the Dublic mind and deprive him of j bc1. followed closely by the armed .. " ... .. , , . 1 1 men in masks, who iircsented their re- his constitutional right to a fair trial ; , , -' . , ' , ., . , , .r fc vol vers to his henii and threatened, u by an unprejudiced jury of his peers. U10 did not g;vc t1Pru ,iic. ,ajt i,ox that they would Mow his brains out. He remonstrated with them, but this only made them more desperate. The frantic rejoicings of the De mocracy over the election of Gove- nnr A lion In Oliin nrnvra hmr ilppn I was their despair anterior to event, and demonstrates also, the fragile foundation on which they build jtheir hopes for the future. On an exceedingly small vote they have elected their candidate for Govenor by a majority of 817, while all the other State officers, including Lieu tenant Govenor, State Treasurer.Con- troller, Attorney General, Member of Roard of Public Works, and two Judges of the Supreme Court were elected by the Republicans. The strategy of the lad who whistled to keep his courage up while passing a grave yard, is being resorted to by the quaking Democratic leaders with the hope of inspiring their followers j with confidence. In Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin, they have laws mak ing liipjor dealers responsible for dam ages to persons or projH-riy arising from the sale of liquors. These laws the children ran round the room, father. A brother of Mr. Kelly, who had also retired to rest, was aroused by the uproar and hastened to the scene, lie was met at the room door by a masked man and a revol ver, the latter in rather unpleasant proximity. "Produce the ballot box,' said the masquerader, "or I'll send a bullet whizzing through your heart." Kelly said he would, hastening up stairs and brought down an old bal lot box. The men were not to be de ceived. They renewed their threats and demanded the genuine ballot box at once. So Mr. Kelley, w ith a pis tol close to his cranium, snrrendered the proper ballot box, containing the returns of the recent election, after which the men departed. When they left the house they fired off sev eral shots, and retiring to a short dis tance destroyed the ballot box and contents. 1 he twelfth ward of Scran Lancaster II. A Mvlin. R.; II. II. Tchudy. R.; J. L. Shuman, 11. Lawrence E. S. X. Morgan, R. Lebanon W. M. Kaufl'man, R. Lehigh Robert Steckel, P.; James Kimmel, P. Luzerne Pr. Krestler, P.; Michael Crogan, P.; Thomas Waddell, R.; T. W. Loftus, P. Mercer .lames A. Stranahan, P. Montgomery Thomas (J. Uutler, P.; Joseph R.'Yerkes, P. Xorthampton R. C. Pvle, P.; (J. M. Stier, P. Xorthumberland and Montour A. T. PeWitt. P.: Jesse Ammerman, P. Philadelphia (J. Handy Smith, R., J. E. Kennedy, P.; Samuel Jo sephs, Ind. P.; Harry O'Neill, P..; James A. O'Uricn, R.; Charles A. Porter, R.; John McCullough, R.; John E. Revburn, R.; William H. !:Vodges, R.; Albert Crawford. P.: Washington M. Worrall, R.; Joseph R. Ash, R., John X. Wood, R.; Win. J. Roney. R.: Robert Gillespie, R.; J. William Jones. R.; Charles R, Salter. R.; James Newell, R. Pike and Wayne W. H. Pim mick, P. .Potter and McKean Charles S. Jones, R. Schuylkill Thomas Egan, P.; Frederick L. Foster, P.; John W. Morgan, R. Snyder and l-iiion Charles S. Wolfe, R. Somerset J. R. Mc.Millin, R. Susquehanna and Wyoming II. M. Jones, R.; Robert R. Little, R. Tioga John I. Mitchell, R. Yenango R. P. McCreary, R. Warren George W. Alien, R. Westmoreland 11. R. Piper, P. J. L. Toner, P. York George W. lleiges. P.: P. M. Loucks, P. X'ew Orleans, Xovember 1. A letter from ex-Judge Charles J. Mer rill, dated Colfax, Grant Parish, Oc tober 20th, says: In haste, and with feelings of horror, I write to inform the public of the acc hrsed actions of the Metropolitan police sent here by Lieutenant Governor Antoine dur ing the absence of Kellogg. On Sat urday night last the house of one of the most respectable widows on Red river was fired into, the doors broken open, and the unfortunate lady and her daughter of seventeen summers were taken out and, horrible to relate, violated. Xeither of the ladies could be found until late Sunday afternoon. An infant eight months old, and grandchild of ex-Governor Wells was found out in the road, some half a mile from the house and very near the spot where the foul deed was perpetrated. The infant was the niece of the lady and child of Mum ford Wells, the eldest son of ex-Gov-crnor Mat. Wills. The negroes up here all say that it was the soldiers, and we all" believe it. If they were not the perpetrators they instigated the negroes to the horrid deed of in-famv. He was evidently murdered with a club which was found near the body. Joe Rradsham, a negro, w ho was seen to enter the field in the forenoon, was suspected of the crime and pur sued to Paducah, where ho was ar rested to-day. He broke away from his captors while on his way to jail, and ran aboard the steamer Idlewild, and finding he would be recaptured jumped into the river while handcuff ed, and was drowned. A .Harder in I.jromliiur. l al ftmi'iiic tho; Icviilljr entitle! thfrt?ti. will tteoil st biiioflli-aon'fileAliy. tha 21st il.T uf lie. loner, l.J. nt wo rui t . in., when tin where all Iersotis iutereiteil uinjr Biteml If thcvthiiikiin.ir. P. H.tlAJTHKIt. octl A iid it.. r. Xe w A ''' ? .( wii lit. Xn '. ."'. O'J .N-K'Tii 'r 'l.i l...ur-u.,i, ,.t ( ,l , 17.1. A ll.ii" SmI.jm j, i l,,r ; .'f S ni' rei c,iM,ir . r JUiu.ru: III.- Ml- '.I h r..;,i Sanih If. lllirniin. ty I" the nrt i.f ( .mm h r m i frieiiil. Hen- I I'll an of S .mert t ..nn: rj Marl". Patrlek'll. Inim. Ami now tn wll, 17th Si po inh r. W V -.'i n i i n f W. II. Koonli, l-.'.. llxri. j lor .! in., ill. t hr t 'i.art iipiMinit .1. li. iile. i-.nuii;i--l"ii. r to tnke ti-iiiiiieiiiy, rt'iH.rt tlij lui't .ni'l un n iuh-n. Simer.le,unly. pm: Kiln, t rrnni'thi; r:.r.l i rtliie.l l'.i.li S' "'nii. l". V.. M. Si IHMM K. iTiillioliWiTr. I will mteri'l to the lul lei of tlie uVive ;.int-m-iit l in v dill, e In Si.iiii r.i-f . !., on Tu. " i:iv. 4th ol .i.n iuier, lra, hi-n :.n 1 where ll .. r.ii ) llltere.itt.il Uliiy attrnal. J. l . I Hi 1. 1, oi-'O t'vinm.-ii.ner. '! . . u.i: i. IARTXER WA lleIrc tiKoIl til one li ANTE P. ?S7 JOTICE. An election for'Preffiitent anl Mannrer. Treas urer. &e.. for the Wellerpbur & Wvm Nawton Plank lloa.1 Vn.. for nne year, will be held ai the house of John 11111. li.. Mnmerrnt. Pa., od Mon day, the third It .! .V-.v-o-lier. 1STS. .'. II. FK'XIMl. octS PreWent. A UPITOR'S XOTICE. llarlng been ipiiolnled am'itor l y the I'ourl. on motion of W. H. Koonti. "to miike diatritintion of the funds reallzmi from the sale' of the real estate of Isaac II. Kohenstlne to and amonir thoso enti tled thereto, I will alien. 1 to the duil'-s ol mir an nlntm ent at my olflee In Soinamet. Pa., on Mon day, Noveinher 3l. IH73, at 1U o'clock a. ni , when and where all (inrtiea iiitereiteil may attend. r. J. KlMiMKIC. Auditur. I'nrrlriile In Clnrlnnntl. Cincinnati, October 20. Last night about nine o'clock Richard Ed wards, aged twenty-one, shot John Edwards his father, through the ab domen, from which he died at half- i past two this morning. Richard Ed i wards is under arrest for the nmr- der. The testimony conflicts as to ! the circumstances. Richard savs his father was drunk and abused his Mother, ami that he left the house and went to change a pistol from his coat to his pants pokct, w hen it went off and shot his father who was following several feet behind him. Tho general testimony agrees thut the shooting was done outside. Investigation is still proceeding be fore the coroner. The father and son were butchers, and the lather was given to drunkenness and to abusin his family. Richard had left home on account of this several times, but had always returned on the persua sion of his father Wn.LiAMsrottT, October 2S. John M'Laughlin. aged thirty, was mur dered yesterday while driving a team on the public road in Cascade town ship, this county. He was found ly ing in the mud with his breast and throat horribly mangled by a gun shot wound. His cousin, James M' Laughlin, started out from his house in the morning with a gun, and a3 he is missing it is supposed that he did the deed, as there had been ill feeling between them for sonic time. This is the fourth murder that has been committed in this county inside of six months. Ilcalrurtive Earthquake lu Kiellj. Rome, Nov. 1. A great earth quake has occurred iu Sicily. The Prapaolo sulphur mine has been de stroyed, and violent eiuptions in Mount Etna have also taken place, causing much devastation in the provinces of Catania and Taosmina. The people aro greatly alarmed. The river Tiber has overflowed its banks and laid a larire tract of countiy un- 1 ,1..,. ...i., .. ti... in,i,..,.n ; ,..e;ui Mil n Hill. 1 11V 1 ailiuvuu M I'oiimr ly submerged. Itlukt Iiirunre Operative. octl IRQ. CITY GUN WOIUvS. A larjtu ai?ortuieiit of Muziltj and lln-arli Ivwd Inir (mi.icle and ilouMe barrel) .Shot Guns. I.itl. s, Ic.-vi.ltcrn. pistols, S;.rilii iruuda and 1 iclunif l aekle. Cull and examine, my s;ock, or aend for Price List. Adurias, II. II. SI HI J.TK. 3J0 I.Uicrly 8tr.H.t, I'itubuiKh, 1'a. (Keiairiur done on rhort uotl.w. octl iilf liitcr-'nt of ;dv til.in- !n(5 mill, In I lurrrtt. 1'u.. t' nn 'ii:rpf iH,iiif . r il- itiiit niuii. 1 iif iniii hu.i'iin i t wo !4ri- tnn, 4oxoO, aii'J nitltin i;y f-?t .i m i'itMi.ur, Wi intftitu l;..lii:n.rH Kailr'.ii'i. 1 i.in n.ul ntl-wl ?M:rior aJv:intijir-) fT phippinx nnd wt-at. Th Kuflalu Vnllcv kuiln;pt. ihiW In fur- ttf rtmstriirti.n, nl I lie "lelT'ii ( i -if it:ti'.m i, will Ijruth ifive a'lhti'.n.il t.fliinp fr uipim; lumtif r. '1 ciinitjc htI ail of the m;.-,iti r nr: hrit 1:imi. A l ir.- triic ami ;'-n kiln, wi'lia '1iUllftr:urk tlinut;h it li-r the iirt.r ot 'Irving luratMT, in aliattaciil t- Hip null. A;.j two'hn K'r funlif r In format f-n a!''r r in V. H. Ml KKK Oarn-tt. Smcrft t ouriiv. I'.i. t -s'-'t, will p. 11 ip-rn.-. tti Si,ii., , ; sri'i 'it u r u., -it rt ' Unci 'if I J;i , j ., ' S:y ar.'l i,:h r-. pr.ib' ( .-iili it :,ii.,rt 1 er . ';.. i 'riiii'.n an ! i!," j rtny. tit -, .;t .-,lrw ' ; I-r.li-ilMl U, t1,.,. : ttn- i-r-iui-i . j u , lr I h" ;.ii l ur n. ir-- i ,!h ,. 9- j-17 V f.i: S IIERIFK'S SALE. : lu W e'ni-.r-l u,. ,., , I'.n:er. ar..l .,UK j,.,;.' ; i.i the iii,e ,,r , j r , i l-.rencf; f., .!. (., .- ,- ui' re .r less. ;,.; wn h pi. nt V i, W:l'T ' ':'r"i i ao-imlmd wit. I rr k Louse ar;i Cr- . i, Is'-s; aleo a lei,.' j.j , . I er.us a ' ijli II:., i in...: nr , ,, , Hr virtue of sundry wriis f'I'-r! F :i i;is aii.l I-n- rl:i I'ik Us Issued oui ol the '..iiri ot '..iiiiii.,ii,('!-;is of Sollierift county. !.. and to me direetrd.'l ul eiHise U sule by .ul.lir oulery. at Hie I ourt House In Souiersiri Isrouli. on ?Miiur' November. A. It., ln,:t. ul 2 lowinir n'al esiate. via: Alltlie rlltllt. tllle. Interest liiel cl.ilTii i,f .(.,.. Keefer, of. In and (.i Ihe Inilowin iiet.-n!n ! real cstnte, viz: A eertniri tr:n-t ol l.md si;u:it.i iu Stonyereek townstiiii, S..n.-r.J. t it.unty, l';t.. cm. tnlnliiK& aeres, inori: or les. uil timisr l.oid. wuii a water siwer law mill lln-reon erected, adjoining lands id Peter J. Keeierand Jolui li. rnll. wuii ttic njipurteimnci-s. Taken in esecuiiiin us tin' i,r..!.'-r( v of J s. l-.'ei'f- er at I he stilt ol Kli.i i:. i I. r. Mrill3olll,e, OI.I Vl.Ii KNITPKIl. let. 15, 'Ti. S Mieril!. 4 l)MIK,i urdav. Hie nth day "t ' J oci.s 1; j.. in., iht't.,1- f,,;..;,, ,, r j, ,.,., or i'tmir, 'n striiriL I I-tter liavii. ti I lier-t v -x ; iliate ..n rni nt. and i ', l" pt'-ellt then, ; '-li Saturday, it." 1.-ll'-J ol the adlninii . I In S HI EUS KT t ' II ' N T V, r: At an liridian t 'ourt li. 1 1 at S-.in for sail eoliiilv, on Hie lath dav I S A. 11. 1T3. beh.re the II .i..ra! In ".I n I -. li iiioilnii ( 11. nrv V. h'.-h. 11. I.sii.. in. hit oi: j' s'inij.ii. Kitii.-.iel, r..-'i.. atioii. l-irt a i i -: ril . t; n id tr-.e lute Oliver Km piM-r. adniiiii-'r.iti.r i lor. deeea l. Waul jti..n ti;n: tlo-reto. l:xtract ..f the rocr.1 of s.ii ! ( l.'dh day ot Sej.t.. .. 1. !. . to of. In an 1 pf nihn-r, S there..!, court at,. tiTiTi t raiikllu K! a. 1 .lje,,r)(.. niuy l... and Oti' V t,i.,. -'i.i 1;. v. K.' Ho .t:; noik.' and re s in tlie time's of 1 Aietande. S.iv. ! 'i hv-iov eii-.i.l. d I i oa are tj. re Wrii ol i-.ir.ii; y t. ii .- ln.jil -I JIlooli the 7!h . II th- rnU '' If. a- IS. J. V, A i 1 win la IT i"- iB iiBi!iuiifvdi.:i,ii'ia ,..lc I.. Hulln lau.v u.a. -- other Itltlers. Korsnie nt nil Urn;- t..res. f'.roecrics sn t Te ... rr In Me.ll. lne: nl-o. whoie-ile .ind r. tt I .n. OVl:l:l.t I IVIMl' Mi,,li vile l)ri:ei-'..r-.r. r. ntli and I. Ile rtv streets l'llt biTiili. I'a. AMI'.KK'AN M'nmni I:ll"lll!SM, .CO., :u and iiU Liberty tie- '. rittobuiij, I'a. LOTZ'S PATENT riTTsuuttiii, Oct. :J0. The bias; furnaces of Moorhead & C., n the Monanguhcla river, have suspended, and it is said this suspension foreshad ows the closing up of the remainder of such furnaces in this city and in the Mahoning and Shen'tngo valleys. There are eight of these furnaces, employing 1(1,000 men. A Horn Thief Lynched. SF1II6 10 Jill UliH must in hahi.k kvi:i: iwkntkd. A j In j.urii:itiee of the a'- v dersiitued nillatiend nt hi onirli. on 1'ii lav. the Tth . to Jierforill the liUTles. All tT' lis 1 win pieaee .rcsei.t i.'ieln on TIril dav. J.o. Kl wll e.-rlifie.I a r.ri:!;. i-. 1 1, I teie. a.rdiitin'-nt the u lin e in s.,tner-'- y of .Novetni i r. Is:::. .v. iti c.i:tii.'i JPenn'a Female CO!,: Au ;i: r IC SALE. niRi. j!y virt iih of an i Soiiifrwt nn:y. It "li thV ITirllli'-.-", SATURDAY Novcn,! r .t tl.f I h r I niilej,,..-.. to,,,,'. I wi;;i il, j Li:;,-iie-. I Provi . Ile,ee 1 I'.-iril.il l:ir: lie. cor..'. 1 ti of K , the- A A I'riae 1 1 liter Murdered). have been vigorously contested in all upon the instrument itself, eo won- j these States by those engaged in the traffic, and the Supreme Courts of drously long in the begetting and "homing," for from the meagre infor mation that has been vouchsafed the public, up to this date, no one, save the members of the Convention, can form any opinion of it as a whole, but we do most strenuously and un iualifiedly denounce the time and method of submitting it to the people for acceptance or rejection. Tut effects of the panic arc now being felt by the poorer classes in the cities and manufacturing districts Although business confidence is be ing measurably restored, yet nearly every branch of productive energy is more or less paralyzed, and conse quently retrenchment and the reduc tion of wages, andthe hours of labor and the number of employes, is en forced upon the employers. The reduction hi labor has been very great, and will be much greater. Thousands of laborers, male and fe male, are out of employment, and the coming winter is looked to with dread and dismay Most of the large manufactories of the country are running on half time, and working but two-thirds or one half of their force, and every Satur day night additional numbers of work men are discharged. uoct beip tne poor: Iliere is a frightful winUr before them, unless general confidence is soon restored There mast inevitably be a great (shrinkage in values, and a consequent reduction in w ages, and the sooner both rich and poor make up their minds to this the better, for until both employers and. employes realize these facts, business will not resume its natural channels. Col. TnoMAs A. Scott, Vice Pres ident of the Pennsylvania Railroad, Las returned from Europe, where he succeeded in effecting a loan of ten millions of dollars for that company, which will place it in excellent condi tion. Col. Scott also attempted to procure a loan for the Texas Pacific road of which company he is Presi dent, but the panic occuring before Lis arrangements were perfected the project had to be abandoned for the present w?WWSP- Ceports from all part of the coun- uj wucur iu iue EiLfnifni. mat liquor trade is the only one not affect ed by the panic. Distillers and whole sale dealers ea j that orders are plenty And prices Lave not declined. not ing for Resumption. Washington, October 24. It will le recollected that nearly two weeks ton is somewhat isolated anil apart aero the President, dtirinsr an inter- from the heart of the city, so that ! view of a semi-official character, said each of them have affirmed the con stitutionality of the law. The Michigan Constitutional Con vention, after a long discussion, has adopted a provision for licensing the sale of liquor. The license fee is to be $300, and is to go to the poor fund. Ixtk st Th i arti They A re. this outlawry was all the n:o;e easily accomplished. The reason for this conduct is found iu the fact that certain county offices are con tested, and the Court ordered the disputed districts to bring in their returns lur investigation. The Twelfth ward being a disputed dis trict, it is thought that the election officers feared exposure and resorted to the demolition of the tell-tale bal lot box in the unlawful manner de scribed. A party of detectives arriv ed from an adjoining city this evening and are on the track of the midnight mastjuraders. I.aKlenMneaa In Texas. That a nation in our present posi tion should be in a state of commer cial distress or difficulty, is an anoma ly, and one hard to understand. With a large cotton crop and an abun dant crop of breadstuffs ; with a for eign trade that every week shows a balance in our favor ; with a currency that continues good and reliable ; With a general ability to pay our debts as they accrue ; and with the possession of unexampled facilities for getting the produce of our labor to market that, with these things in our favor, -?ve should stand trem bling and fearful, overflowing with suspicions and in doubt and appre hension as to what is to come next, is really and truly wonderful. When merchants fail with three dollars as sets for every two of indebtedness ; when banks suspend with enough means on hand to pay all pressing demands; and when manufacturers stop their mills, with plenty of or ders on hand to warrant them to "be kept going, it is time to stop aud in quire whether these men have lost their beads, or what is in the atmos phere that effects every one so unfa vorably. With our present advan tages as a nation we ought to be on the high road to prosperity ; and we would be if confidence and common sense could be made to displace croak ing, and fear, and apprehension, and distrust It is high time, we thiuk, for our moneyed men and capitalists to take a little breathing spell and look the situation in the face, calmly and philosophically. The West is finding an active and sufficient market for all her products; the South has also an excellent market for her cotton crop: w e are exporting breadstuffs and oth er productions to Europe and else where, at the rate of eight to ten millions a week, while our imports fall considerably under that total: gold is flowing in from Europe to pay for food that Euroe must have ; and the West and South ought to be able, and are able, to meet all their liabili ties for what they have to purchase. Here, then, are all the elements of a healthy and active trade. An abun dant harvest and a Eteady market should be followed by an active de mand for manufactured goods, and it is hardly too much to say that demand mvnt follow a remunerative market for agricultural products. What, then, is there to fear ? Where is the Washington, Oct. 29. Attorney (Jcneral Williams to-day received from United States Marshal Ochittre, of the eastern district of Texas, de tailing an account of a serious hostile meeting between a party of despera does, led by one John Roan, and the colored people on the line of the Galveston, Harrisburg and San An tonio railroad, resulting in tho attro- cious murder of two well known and respectable colored men, broth ers, named Wright, who were going from the plantation upon which they were emjiloj cd to Eugle Lake on horseback, carrying a sack of pecans, which they proposed to sell. They were met by the Roan party, ordered from their horses, tied to gether and shot dead. The friends of the desperadoes say that the diffi culties began in the attempt of Roan, the leader of ihe desperadoes and who had been deputized by a consta ble, to arrest a colored man and upon his resistance struck him over the head severely wounding him. Roan was arrested and tried, but aequited, and it is alleged that on the following night his house was fired into by unknown parties, but neither he nor his lamily were there. This seems to have been the origin of this organization of desperadoes against the colored people, culminat ing in the murder af the Wrights, which creates much excitement among the citizens, as there is dan ger of further difficulties between the Roan gang and the negroes, which may result in further bloodshed at any moment, as Roan and his asso ciates, as well as many of the col ored peejile ia that neighborhood, go heavily armed. Snapenslen of 1.1 oy 4 s Ranking !. Reword, Oct 30. Tho bankinr house of W. M. Lloyd at this place, closed to-day at ten o'clock. This is in consequence of the susnension of Lloyd, Hamilton k Co., of Xcw York city, of which house Mr. W. M. Lloyd is the head. It is thought the suspension is only temporary. Altooka, Oct. 20 Lloyds bank ing house in this city suspended to day. The general opinion here is that the house will resume in a fewi weeks. New Yon it, Oct. 30. Lloyd' Ham ilton ii Co., of this eity.havesuspend-ed. that a return to a specie basis could never be effected except by a shrink age of values; that the shrinkage has now taken place, the currency has appreciated to about par with silver, and the wonder to him was that sil ver is not pouring out. When this should take place his theory was that the country will ab sorb two or three hundred millions of it. Since that time the President, in consultation with the Secretarv of the Treasury, has been considering how such a result might be produced, with a view of affording relief to the country within legal limits. The Di rector of the Mint has been acting in accordance with the President's pol icy, making extensive arrangements for the coinage of both gold and sil ver to an extent heretofore unprece dented, so as to be ready for a re sumption of specie payments, there now being large quantities of these metals awaiting coinage. The first step in resumption has been taken, it having been ascertain ed to-day from the Secretary of the Treasury that the Government will pay out silver as soon as it can be profitably and conveniently coined for the purpose. Chicago, October 24. About $fio, 000 in silver coin was brought to this city to-day by the Adams' Express Company, from the Philadelphia Mint, consigned to one of our nation al banks and a firm of private bank ers, who arc paying it out at par. The bullion from which it was coin ed was from one of the smelting and refining works of this city, which is producing about $200,000 worth monthly, all of which it will continue to have coined for circulation. St. Lot is, October 30. Retween eleven and twelve o'clock last night Patsey Manely a horse trader, and who was to have fought Martin 15ro- deriek in the same ring that Allen and Hogan were expected to fi? Lt in, was found by policemen dying in the street, opposite Mike McCoole's sa loon, corner of Fifth aud Washington streets. He was shot through the left breast. He was removed to the office of lr. Irown, but died before reaching there. He hail been iu McCoole's saloon drink ing, and it is said he quarreled with Mike. Later in the night Mike was arrested on the statement of Ed ward Fitzgerald that he saw McCoole shoot Manlev. John Mitchell, a sa loon keeper, Tom Rest, horse trainer, and Thomas Gartley, bar-keeper for Alcloole, were all arrest eu. A pis tol was found on Mitchell with one chamber discharged. The whole af fair is enveloped in mystery, which the Coroner will eudeavor to unravel. The Jnilnt Centrrtllle Attaeked Captured by a nob.. and Richmond, Ind.. October mob of disguised men, sixty attacked a party of seven sheriffs guarding the jail at ville, which workmen are down to remove here to the countv seat. After firiug one 20. A strong, deputy Center- tearing new hun Meeting- or .Hill Owners. Fall River, Mass., Oct. 30. A meeting of mill owners was held last night for the purpose of considering the question ol reducing working time in the mills. The various ntills were represented. After hearing re ports from different establishments and discussion on the subject, it was voted, on and after Tuesday, Novem ber 4, to run the mills on half time four days of each week and tight hours a day. AU tho mills, thirty nine.in number.came into this arrange ment except the Mechanics' and Ror. der City, which have contracts for the mouth of November, aud the Rob eson and Fall River print works' mills. The mills represented employ 14,00.9 operatives, and when in full operation thuir monthly pay rolls amount to $450,O,0. rrleturul la.Kbiva. St. Petersburg, Oct. 25. A dis patch from Central Asia brings intel ligence of frightful scenes iu Khiva upon the evacuation of that city by the Jlussian troops. The j?u$rd revolted and plundered the town. In addition to these excesses, the Usbeks slaughtered sixteen hundred of the emancipated P.ereians. The Khan sent to General Kauffman, asking as sistance to restore order, but it is not known what answer was made. dred shots from small arms without serious result, a six pound cannon load with spikes, nails and scrap iron was fired at the doors, which being demolished, the mob entered. After a parley the deputies surrendered conditionally. Thirty men occupy the jail to-night, when another attack by a large party with cannon from Cambridge City is expected. Rich mond is threatened with an attack for the purpose of takinir the county records back to Centerville. One hundred armed men with a captured cannon from Centerville are now here awaiting the Sheriffs orders. A Wile Murderer's Doom. Chicago, October 29. The color ed man Petrel, who killed his wife by cutting her throat on the 1 0th of September, 1871, but who has ever since been awaiting the final action of the Supreme Court, has had his case finally disposed of. The pris oner was first tried in Chicago, and condemned to be hanged for the of fense, which judgment was set aside on a writ of supcrscdas from the Supreme Court. Then he was tried at Joliet, and again convicted of mur der and sentenced to death, and again an application was made to the Supreme Court foi a writ of supcr scdas. but this time without avail, as the court had decided that Petrel be hanged on the 12th of December next. This will make just two years and three months since the commis sion of the crime. Violent Know Ktorin. New Yew, October 2'J. Snow to the depth of three to seven inches is reported in various parts of Cana? da last night and to-day, and still snowing. At Collingwood it is very cold, and blowing a gale from the northwest. Several vessels are storm bound. A heavy gale is reported on tho north-Ati&Gtfc; eoat. A number of coasting vessels have bwc jyrpeked off Cape Rreton, Newfoundland. 20,000 Work ins Uirl'a Thrown Out of Employment. St. Lons, Oct. 32. The dead I body of a horse thief, named Thomas j Rox, was found hanging in the woods! near Virginia City, Cedar county, J Mo., on the morning' of the 23th. j There is no clue to the murderers i.sti a ii ix i.ii: of Tin: i.ati sr btvlrs I'arlor, Oiatnti.T. Diiiiiiu- ei: I t itl: i- t uniHurc. i i-o.!s ws.rrante.1 sn!i.fue:.iry in all rr;'Cet. at rc'iurct rati', wliolesi'lo arel retail. t'LtiSK. SliiiKNI.t'K Mil. for. Teim aii'l Teutli Sis., I'ittyl.urh. .-tl L. E SMITH & CO, 190 Liberty Street, PITTSBURGH, PA., :r l.il : ' ni- il t l BBF.XT XOTI.S. One of the effect; of t!;e panic was jthe throwing out of employment c a least twenty-thousand working girls from different factories at .Newark N. J. The Trenton Zinc Works dis charged thirty hands to-day. If the new Constitution is adopted, it will require at once ten millions of dollars to build a new Capitol at liar risburg. The gold coinage at the Philadel phia mint in October amounted to $11,010,000 in double eagles. The gold weighed thirty -eight tons. The Crystal cave, recently discov ered near Kutztown, Rerks county, is said to be more beautiful than the famous Mammoth cave in Kentucky. Rats attacked a little child of Ste phen M'Cormick, of Rutler, a few days ago. during the absence of its parents, and stripped the flesh from one of its hands. "Raw recruits lor the devil 7 is what a citizen of a philosophical term of mind styles the groups of young men who nightly congregate on the street corners. It is said that a bar of iron worth five dollars is Worth, when manufac tured into horseshoes, $10,50 ; table knives, $180 ; buttons and buckles. $4,035 ; springs of watches, $250,000 Judge Pitman of Massachusetts re cently refused to naturalize a man who had been convicted of selling liquor He snid there were enough liquor sellers now without adopting more. "When von aro mv age," said a widow to her daughter, "it will be time enough to think of a husbaud. ' Yes, mamma,'' was the answer, for a second one." Mamma dropped the stiject. Over one-half the repair hands on the western division of the Pennsyl vania railroad have been discharged recently, and the time of those re tained has been reduced to eight hours a day. It is said a young lady at the El gin watch factory is at work upon a patent watch, so made and adjusted as to seize the wearer by the coat colar every evening about ten o'clock, and walk him off home. Here is the latest description of a Kiss: "'twas night. A real warm couple stood in the pale, cold moon beams. Their lips touched and there was a sound like a cow hauling her hoof out of the mud." The Editor of the Huntsville, Mo , Herald, pops the question in his pa per in this public fashion : "There's a ertain girl in this town who can car ry our smoke-house keys for life if she'll only say the worth" A gentleman recently returned from Connecticut represents the manu facturing interests of that State as in an unfortunate condition. From 15, 000 to 20,000 operatives and factory hands have already buun thrown out of employment. The St. Louis Demwrat savs: Our experience and the history of the past eighteen centuries incline us to the belief that no matter how well you treat a shot-gun, nor how you bring it up, it will bang the stuffing out of you the very first time it gets a chance." The mayor of a Western city re cently discharged such of tha jail boys as could say the Lord's Prayer. i hen the lawyer offerd to bet him five dollars that he couldn't say it himself. He declined, cm the ground that Le diiin't gamble. Hailstones three Inches in aianjo. ter fell in Shawango county 'Wiscon sin, recently, and did' considerable damage to the crops ; knocked a man off a load of hay killed hundreds" of chickens, anil Jeniolishej an" num ber of umbrelfaa'and spring bonnets at a camp-meeting! ' " 1 S-rl ,t B 1 J TV S r - - mmgm the following ilf.-eril.eil valut-.Ma f irm, lat i;ri'M-r:y ot ji.iinei Korris. oeii-asivl. Mftnt in Sotitli.-.iiiptoii township. IV'iiierseT I .u!il v I'.i.. orie miii-norm of eller-i.urir. adj iuiii" Ian. Is ot Southampton Association. J. s J i-.at. V ah-miiic I.".ev an I otiii-r-. I otuuniDLr oraeri tr,er or 1- -s. fiXIV live seres i-leare.l. li, flllecn a'T-S iu inia.lovr. 'I tt.-rn arc on the premi-es a -:,ry tranit- hoii-e and 1"K h rnereete.l. There larzo orcharil ol ,!:. t;-c truil trtr. npples. pej.rs. p-a. it cs. c. on the lartn. Tna Ian.l is well w.mp-.lf a l a-iapt- 1 to r.ii-in jrr.iiii a,w iir- i her.- I i'lenr v ot '.-al. I.:u,ei.,rn- and inn Or- i ti t i; ; i-reiiii... . .-vtli lollKe .ns.,, l r. -r-ii 1.. :. o j-u..::iv. i '1 J-.IMJS. Tel. ; r ;-e:,t. o. ii;.-- U Je t:,...,i; - t . I ' p 'i 1 . n .lay ! .-a: l'i per e i:t. .. 1', . ii tl..-1-: S Apr. I. :.. a! v. ;:,.-ii . ,. will 1-e i). .md ,..; i ,im i. r i. . -.r e.:u .1 auiiii 1 pay n;.. tu- i, - s. -or - t '-v in. . it 'II A l.i, I.i i. Tr::--i v. IbM Hew LcsL EewMores! Jn-t pnMi'.'ie.!, a tien e lit,, r. r I r. ' n!-. v, well's t 1' t-rat.- ! e :y on r. ieine) i.i S!n-r:i;a!orr;.ie.i lr.v-.liim.ire S. ininal I.. :ilil l'ii-e:il in ap-o-.ti riiiir-. ;r : also. t'eiiMir I:i ',lel-. l.y ; di-ill. ulene rf-rrl-- in a S"a,.'. 1 he t-i-lel.ratfd 1' title i-!earlv iteini,n.-tra:.-s lr ftil praetiee. thai tl:f scll-almsi- may i.t- ra.il'-ai!i tian'Tons its- of internal tn-'ii -in.- ..r tin lion ol tt.n knlle: p.. inline .i , a iin-iv o; om-e simple, ci-rtain and (!-. dual, i.r i Kliicli every su:ierer. no ma;u r what !, c may ic. riay cur minm-lt eti.-aplr. prirattiv atul railieatly. t. This !--etur should t n :4 ..; , .. ( r-.- ! y .tith ami i wry man in thv Ian. I. j Sent uu.li r seal, tn a plain envi - .p-. P. ;.nv a:l- iln ss. po-t 1 iii.l, on iv. , i,,t j. Nl i-.-iu.. i.r mo p.,-t I stamps. Also. ltr. ( Y.lvenT:r.- "?Iarri. tre ilui-Ie." p.-; -e ' fill rents. I A'hlri i- the pnMisi.c... I (MAS. .1. C K LINKS-. t... i I'" le '' tv. New V- rk. i'litioMu-v i I 4 m1. j is-tl.V. j FIFTH AVENUE jCLOTHING HALL, j ('.'C '' Are. and JLir.rt PITTSI'il'IKill, V.. itlf '-iUipnita-. : i' n. I.e.-u: a,. . . ! .. . - . . "Ul'v. drt, .. l:n. K -t.t. ;r,i,u.. 1 Hon. J. P. .N,..rr. ., ilp w:,. ir l.eler,.:..,:. M'-juiiam. i'n;;.-.-. i Krnlikiii,, . ,(,',',, '. inivil ali,.n, Xe,,.',', son: ia li.,i. j,,. I'..-. . k " I.e.-. , 0 P.PHA. ll J:,' in .i'-:i i '-;ir-' ' i r S. T;,;n.-In1;-' ! iT'ijN-'i'hl K;'iiv;ty .in i I j.j. r "i'I-.ii rxu aif ii; -.-. f-L-T'O oui y mx ' r.i. n ttii- ;i;;;-;r.t! !-' --.(v. :i thirty : r" u irv i wi. I, -.ut !!: 1 !. cun- A JlMSTimMiS' I.. !1. tl : .1 il "!t ol the I -,,,. , I'.!.. We it I Lin .,i ik-t ,:.,T ,,-, j a. ui.. the r-..a rru.,,',, I unniiiit town. hit, ,'.,. i r par -vl ul lau.l I -i- i. inn v. J " :r!."-i la-a it.ii. ri.i. u I.H ..I, H,.r., l.'allr.a.li',, I At- J,.,;. Ihe l a::,...- . : ..tiv-rser ,14 , per, ! 1 lie.s oi I I" n l . ' lleli'Viil.. l-:r a li- i. tie 11373. FALL STOCK ; IsohYn-! ! 1! livers. w.-r than at:v i.;n.-r , pur Study Ycur f Aii-l pxatiiiw Ihft sti ; pnrehasiinr elsewhere. i lhsst.s-k r..inpris-s ?.fpiX !t.,vs Y--n j 'hll-lrpir Clothing, ntwhol, ssh- and rsta' I'artii-nlar attention -iven !n('u.-Mm W Manufacturers and Dealers in Tin-: lew Cone Furnaces, .vKbDiis ki-:fm:ctor Grates and Stoves, Own Interests, f J. I! X M H.-ef, lis1 U irk." HANNACH. 'i.-i' i.. i: -.'u..:...-.r -i!rin this i-.ivp,ati.,nwiiti voti. octl JOHN P. DEAFJ, S&p$St"' - - - - I E X X A j THE WILSON SHUTTLE Sewing- Machines ALSO Hot Air Registers uisi Venti lators, do. The SiitH-rhirily of the no Fumcpp s,i!. in Its simplli ity uf construction, larire amount or r- iliatmit surtarp, Paso nrinana(enieiitaiul pconom in foel. aavinit at kast onc-tiiir.l of lii.-l orsr ihi, ordinary Kuruaw. The Wellman Reflector Grate Il.ia an arknowleilircil rpDutnttnn. I nr i...nii. ncsa, lAinutny of Kucl an-i lit-atins Caiw.ity it stands without a rival. An examination of our slock Is ri-.vrctfullv so licited. ,, riiiii;vr aail illnrbsiiiit h," Tc!s hhov-l. Kpiulrs. Kfjthc. .inatkr "". lorksantl Knhrs. toxotlirr i larue anil varicU Mark of Hardware n ucirry, nifnblr for the- rle. nt ttre-nfly rrtiirr rnlrs. Ulv9 i PEIZE MEDAL AndlVledaiofHos nfii' rc!s i i ui;lic salk of the .mix- K I! A L S ! K I Ni ! Ht i P K KT Y. fue unilersiirto-l will -it--si to nuMic ;.h. nn th - preniisi-s, on Tuetlay. the Ulslilar or ik-u!ht. INn, Ihe celi.-l.ratwl Mineral Sprunr p'riierty. siiu' ate at Summit Mills. Sotnrrsci countv. I'i . .N-n. tainintf riBhieen m r -a. having there..,, erc teil a inrirenew tiiret- story liuil linjc lou leet Inmt hv 10 fi-et deeti. Tin- house has a larire nuuilier af n.'.ni. and wan built r.-r the aivoinmislafion of visitors to t lie Springs. The water have been thonii!?lilT analylzed byexjierieiieoit clu-iiitslriainl pronoonceil seeonil to none in the I' nited Mates. The aeenerv in nnniuitie an-1 rliiuale dellijhilul. The Springs are but two mile trout the Ki-.ilroa.l at Huh- Citv aud a milniail will be built to the place at nn early day without doubt. The Sprinas are easily aeecs. sible from all i.ints, and by another season a larire iniiiioer iu visiuirs may ne enntnlentlv expected. Sale at 2 o'clock p. ni. Term nuule known on day f 8le- V. J. 'IH NTKVMAN, M. I). IIl'.M KKKT, "rtl Assiirnecs ol W. II. Humbert. DPEPSIA. Thii Is one of the most fearhil diseases that ever man win atilieted with, and has caused uioio nu. ery than any other, but, at the aiuue time it is one ut the moat easy to cure K Tint have the riffht art I. ele.and UKAULKY S HV.SI'Kl'SIA KKMKbY Is the one, for It wilHTKK tho worst case of Uva iepsia In a short time. For many years it wna used, and still Is. by one of the most prominent Physician in Chlcairo, in hi nrtraie prive-ire. and in no easa where he used it did he fall to cure his patient, and there- aro thousands of other who hava test Hied to Its virtue. Trr li an,i ..h.i i.K I. .1 . . ! W-ty j5. sirs' j T ev-i-y f. mj 'lee k. I li:--.-. ! i:r-pe.--i . : '. . SMITH : CO., j Ail i: iS WAN I K!. l i -ir.' : I jJ.'SOI.l TlMN .OTli K - r. - vV 'l'5. mi. S-iM ,.-..-v.--J.l MAIK. T1IK YIfT(i; SKWIM MACHi.Ni: v..,V.."..' "' r' ,K" "ifentsiu ihii or H IHI. IS .-1 j. L'.i, ..I. ..' ehiu... wi,h sell settini Xeeule. be'st'tlnished a'ii most perteet .Machine ..rTered. An lucre " se of . v"-r ZZS!; ou altao1 ovrr W1- ' It lOU SKWIXO MACHIXK t i ;m m-stnut St., i he and l.-aier' l-iv .! l' '!p !'. I 'm ,. pirn. Tsl.lp I. :. i K.ir.i-.-:. Hei at I i.irrelt. S- n-T' 'l l-y mil'it-i in i.ttr di ;s. .1 ti. n-t I ri't k kit e-.; no :o 1 w h the tl,T l: -t .:, t h Ki"! - :: S M1 IT. P. -.n n. n 'I i.'' ki: . p ANK kt.N.V! CI '.. oontv. Farm for Sale. riy. l'hiladelplini. Tn. R youraclt, and In any raac in which 'it doe not cure the money will be refunded. E. H. MARSHALL. RHEUMATISM lathe, icourije of humanity, and thousand the world tiyer am ulb-rinir with it to-ilav. but Ir. Brailley Khrumatie Kemedv will eure'the worst eas--s. uo matter now Ion? they have utler-tl, we warrant our Khcuinalio Uetuody to cure Too Oive it s trial aud utisry yourself that It' Is the safest and surest ever ollen-.l to the public. Thon sanils have his-n cured by Ihe useut' it; try It voiir sell and it wilU-ure you. . ocls UI.I-; TO ACCEPT or KEFrVii to loiin i lioriler, resnllnir in S'.mimcr Hill t,mn s hip, (tiibriii county, l' . V..-.K, u-k. Ciithn nne. tuteriuarrled with Jacob Swank. Va-,1 ale na. Intermarried with W illiam Iilir, Ki-fwi Interinarrirsl with Isaae Harnliart. rcsMin.r in" Johnstown. Cambria e.,Untv, I'a., Klinjra, Im.-r-inarried with J nines I'oUer. residing In Voder township, fambria county, l'a., Jow-ph, rcsi.'iiw in I Irarueld rounty. I'a.. and Marc, rv-idlua ui aterloo. lllackhawk is.nntv. I.,w"i You arc hereby notined toiipK-ar at'ant iri,h ins' ( ourt to be held at Somerset on Mniday. the a h ... .s.i.rmoi-r next, to aeecpt or reiu.-e to ukc the reul estate or Ilanhl Ifcirder. decease.1 at the appraised valuation er show cause why the s tn should not he wild. OI.1V EH KXEPPKK. rh.,i. eMillit it traC rr eu; L OST. On the -J2 I or kii in.i , n,i., i-i,...i....i. fe'0.' 'le .'" u"le l''"li- i'tlu!Wth! 1HTJ. St IMtrdnvs. to order i.f f. I f... ' Me at H. lh'lls..n ft Oo.. and sl-nd bv rj.'r'i,,- .v lielu. Anv iiorouh fln.llmr m'..i ii. .m.i leave It iu tho euro ur Collins fc Shipley, Dale 1'lty. All persons are forbidden to purchase uiid note a payment of the snnie has been stopned " l EliW A KII L. KOH XS. T?XKCCT()irs"xbiTICE. XiL ltiC1e of WTiliiap f, V,'.l;hon, U' of Pale City ' llor. dcceasi"!. I-ttcrii testamcnhiry on tho above estate ha r. In been i-ratire'l to the tin tersit;nrd bv tho prop, er nuthority, notli-e I hereby uivon tothopein. debled to it to niakeliniiicill itepiivmeiit.aiiil tho-e having claims against it will present them to the undersiu-ned at the late resbliw-e of said decease-1 im iatyrdav, Nuveuilier lath. I ' j1J-UA.NL.MH.I.F.R, oct' Kxecutor. ovt: I will sell nt priv.t.-!! ,: e-rt.;.a ' itate.l six tmU.-u:hwcs nt" MJ. l'l-.-isa.-i:. . Hutitinir,!,.u towu-hin. U csiim.t, ' '. coiitJiiui:;- aU.iu I 2 ( Has tlii-rcun a o-l frimc ,!i wi.ud and coal lt,.ns.-s, a n corneribs. he-j n. an! ot spnnir o Wm wa-er at th- !.... a every liel.i; o,, r 203 Bearing Crafled Fruit Trees, Is cnv. nieiit t.i r!:-.:r.-:it-. s.-h-.;s. M::K wlildn Ua uiil.s i.f :.-...d K r I Sta-l-n.-a1- 1'itisbu. li i Conuellsnlle r.ior-al. at t - three miles .f S.i.i;'s sia.i m al V uaU-n. 1 an I wiihtti threemili s i.i s.oiierv.'. l- i'i -. lilt n-lllle ' t.! ie,.d ..... K v,l'l! vann l.aii Way price T: per 'f' .l.0i.o ,,i band" April I. " !. 4. t:.i' 3 A i n. !. ooo Anril 1. l7rt' nr i th l...,r-e A: r:: L j nh interest ou the whole to be Mid yr-' jlurtlur inl, rmalien adonss Mar.in X !;" I J. P.. Mi. Pk-asuui, U cs.ni'-revin.i tC' i or ca u nn i lie svl.-n-ri .i' ca t-e ,.re;n. I se.-ii L ill ' KAYut QuriiANs- v lty virtue .if an or l.-i Ol'UT SALE. or I. -r Issued out or the f ,M.!.i,i Vurt of Somerset county, an t to Lie itucried, there will be exsil to public sale on the prenii. -.."s iiniiiT, i-imicr ii, .i i is. j, iu Som erset township, the billowing real estate, lute the property of Samuel Will, dceeascd, viz: No. 1. A tract of laud situated one mile, north east of Somerset, containing II' seres, adjoining hinds of Jacob KouiiU, Samuel Trent, Charlt-a Will and others, all cleared and in a irmsl state of cultivation. The land is of zood ipialitv ami ha a vein of trood eoal ojH-ned on it. and is well water. -f. ' Nn. a. A pn-eo of Diutier land eoi.tnininir 2) aer-s, ad)oiuinn lands ol Samuel Trent, Augustus Ini aud Charles Will. The lan-l is oi tr.l lualjty and well limbered and wMcr-. i No. 3. A tiloee of land "omaini'i-.r -j.-.i,; BM. .i. 1 j jolnsr lamU ul Charlas Will and Augustus J.I:, ; ais.ui r. acres cloareii: tno halnr.ee t. well liiulmr ed and has several i.l spring on it. The land is of most excellent iuallt. .. i Bit,-rcl i In smaller lots It desired. TiRjis.One-thlrd.alterdcIiii-tln -cxpenses lore. ' r-a'n a lien on the premises. 4!U. iut.-r.-st to lw pii.l annually to the yidow durlnir her lite, and at her j ,.,,,,,., i .,,,1 w ttljlieir;; one-third ol the balan.-s lo be paid on eotiltrma. lion of sale, and the remain ler lu three iipml an noal payments, to he. sn-ured hv luitgiueiu tviids. len tier cent, or hand m.uiey Io'ih: paid a soon as property is knocked down UEOKOE SPANGI.F.B. PI'-' Trui-tes. 4 rCJe-e,i U-l TOTIIECITIZKXS OF PENNSYLV e.ttr attenrion is siieeiailv inviriii 'Jl'f'l that the National Hanks sic n-w frra et-tve sul-svriptlt-ns I" th Ciii-i' n Centennial Hoanl of Finance. ! !' fun ' from this sonrc are to be euiiloy-.l vti t-',"i'. of the buil iiiiirs for the Itite'rnaticin! til-i-' nn,lll,an,n..,...J ..,f.,.l mi'lt l!lSStll. eontidcntly believed that the Keys'eo'" be rcprescuted hv the name ot every fttii'f ' 5 to p-ttriotk-coinmcmoniUon ol the ne t"" ' ' blrthnlayof the nati. n. The shares el ;' .', oaen-d lorfloeach, and subscribers :.! t, handsomely steel eimrared Certitlcatecl suitable h-r" framing and preservat.! " 1 ' l-euicir-.al ,k :; lliterejl it tr.c rai-i ol sn pei o -ot i ' ' wiil be p.vd on alt piivm-ni tvnte'1'-' IP-mitaleo. pa iiienl lo .lanuar. i. . pArS Su',s, ri bers who are not near a Naticnai ,i ( .... ... ....j.. ,i,. ,.nier to t'-e ttIU not VI alum St.. I'hilnifl" AGENT WASTE I! Tose'I an article that eyi-rv f;mi!v , FTcti arel.tre, an I extra ...UVetuents ojl.-re-i - a f whoarewilllmr to work. Apply or send ur eclar and term to IIDW.iItl IIKOTJI Ariions IHamond Sicrf' 27 Sixth. St., PUtsbunft'- ''