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The Somerset Herald.
WEDNESDAY. . Maj S4. 17. ticket. KLKCTOIHI, riAiMi at tanne. B i: S J A M I N K II . HR E S T K K . pin4"ipii. JOHN W. CHAM ANT. Alh-lie.iv. cuo-maa. 1. joiin w iisH. HENRY MSSToN. 1 t'HKIS 3. HOFFMAN. 4. II AS. T. .TdNF.S. i kuwin a. nn-tv . . . FKNJAMINSMITH. T. J. W. UrKNAKH. a. JAOOB kXAU. . JOHN' B. WAKFFJ- 10. JOSEPH THOMAS. IL A KIO PAKI'FE. It LEWIS prOHE. 13. tl. .SHAMAN". 14. VUAlAMCALliLU. 11. MILKS l-KA Y. 1. S. W. STAKKWEATHEli. IT. HANIrAJ. MORKFLL. is. JEREMIAH LYONS. I. WILLIAM HAY. . WILLI AH CAM LlloN. 21. J. H. IKiNLLLY. HANIEL ONIF.L. . WILLIAM NFHB. .. AJWREW II. BKRGF.R. gi. MMI IXM. JACKSON. 8. JAMES WF-STEKMAN iT. W. W. WILB KB. Tins from tbe Gettysburg Slar and S-ntina!: Our former Represen tative, Geo. Wni. II. Koontz, of Som erset, is a candidate for Congression u honors in tbe Somerset, Ulair, Cambria and Bedford district. Gen. Koontz ably and acceptably repre sented tbe old district in Congress. Ho is a a-entleman of ability and thorough integritv-just tbe dasa of L JaJ in nnblicfierviceJ 1 Tbe Ilepublicana of tbe Somerset dis-; ' u . t 1 " j .1 I him. of Tburman, and of trict would do themselves and the;"""- . State Bervice bv nominating and elect- s... Is anticipation of tbe approaching Presidential election we bave bad numerous Lomilies from Democratic and Independent journals and ora tors within tbe past six months on "bavonet rule" in the South, tue great impropriety in this centennial vear, of doing or saying anything to barrow tae feelings of our Southern bretbern, aud tbe circumspection w ith wbicb we fcbould treat tbe mem- ories of tbe past strife. Nay, w e : Lave e,en keen told that Messrs.! P.laine or Conkling, or Morton should j , . ' e . .1 . ! not ue piacea in nomination ior iuc ; I'residencv. liecause it .l,l L deemed a threat tbat the bard band- ed rule of Tre-ident Grant was to be continued, and when occasionally a Ilepublican journal or hpeaker refer red to evidences of wrong inflicted upon the blacks in the South, they were met with the charge of "shak ing tbe bloody shirt," with the intent of stirring up animosity agaiLst tbe once rebellious, but now repentanti law-abiding, union-adoring people of tbe South. Meanwhile these eace able, law loving Southern Democrats were, by strategy, terrorism, brutal- ity and murder converting tbe ne- groes to tbe Democratic faith, or with armed force 1riv;ng them from the polls, and so it came to paes tbat through tbese instrumentalities Mis sissippi, Alabama, Arkansas and oth er Southern States were made to elect Democratic officials by large majori ties. Itut in Louisiana tbe Republi cans still retain tbeir majority, and tiave control of tbe State Senate. This Las been a terrible eye sure to j the gentle gazelle's preparing to cast j '.be solid vote of tbe South for tbe j Democratic cand'date for President, and so it was resolved tbat Louisiana; must also be persuaded to cLange her I political complexion, l-ortuwitu au earnest Democratic worker shoulders bis rifle and starts out tu make con- verts, and at tbe same time change 0 be political Status of lbe Senate by 1 nurdering a couple of Ilepublican Senators, and thus giving his friends t n oppormoiiy to nil tue vacancies. Moreover tbe leon on the impropri ety of Republican sileuding and voting at elections might prove salu tary, andave a vast deal of trouble IU giving the State tO the Democrat - ic I'resideLlial caudidate in Novenr Ik.t. Tbe eventual result cannot be tnowa until after the election, but eertaia it is tbat Senator TwiL'hell was assassinated fr the crime of be ing a Republican, and the Democrat ic W.bito Leaguers bave been indis criminately massscreing the eolored ieopJe along tbe Mississippi line, and I . , . . tiuntmg them through the country Hie wild beasts. And in tbe face of cbis Democratic preparation for the election, we are being lectured on tbe imnMnpialr if nimin.r. f?A...l 1 lican Presidential candidal whoL ?'.. : . i ' A i would be offensive to tbe South. What lbe result of ibis may be w e annot foretell, but we do know tbat if th Iiepublicaa party does not opesTj proclaim its determination to Lira from evcn tbe Southern staud lrotect tie jeopie whom it Lac freed, I point was that be was born and rear nd nominate a candidate whoseicdin a Northern .Slate, bad fought character w ill be a sure pledge for its sincerity iu tbia particular, it will richly merit defeat at tbe hands of a iet rayed people. 1 the Ohio Democratic State Con veUwa 09 Thursday la Senator Tburmaa was .effectually o,ue!ched, "Old Bill A a en"" being declared the candidate of the party for President, and the rag baby platform on which he was beatea for Governor last fall, again adopted. Tbis was tbe moot reu.rlnlJrt State Convention of tbe year and is tj-y significant of coming events, is tbe first place, while the Demo cratic party is making loud profes sions in favor of honesty and reform tbis convention chose as iu chief pre-' siding officer, and also as one of its t8- is barbarous lutch- dfWatM a . wot- T wbicb tbe Aberdeen journal, 7 iV U St Louia wLicL we Lav8 ted Bb0JM ' Aatioaal toDvention.George U. ren-jplauds. and which i; boasts cannot dleton tbe repadiationist, and author od w ill not be avenged, for tbe rea of the scheme to pay of the National 1s00 tLe mirderer "h7 not le debt in green backs, "who a few weeks ' l"'fa!'''d', l. &e Southern people! ince was convicted of draw in from 1 1 7 , 7'uus " u." ..r.!, c. . . Qr,',,c'c,.rouiiieen perpetrated ppon Ameru-'an cit- rropnatmg to "bis own Use $S8,000. Iuddirauia favor of soft biodct -j f , shows tbat tbe Detnocracr of ih.'f tate will never ssent to stand upon --v u . .m.ho i rrahurr ir.i tn.i7Ann I. . , l i . I. r : i - -, . NT' nal ban! O'or.fj p!itrin). pitch Iden aud lie Kasiern Slate Pem- ' ocrats sf plcd-n d to. and therefore iherc witi be a fierce) wnigglo ana ,.n.bablv a split i lbe L l'JI,is C'JU" !-entioii. and it indicate dearly the hfi-Ie!-ne-4 of the PemocraU win ning in tbe coming campaL'o, for with a ra baV platform tbey cannot tom-b bottom in New York or any of tl l-ivtnrn KlatP. while a tiard , money piauorni win ..... - !.y these Ohio IVmocrata and their allies in eeveral otLer Western States': , 0., ti..t on-ro'!, l,rd manev Iem - c. Cl . ocrats -f tbe Wefjter- SiaUsa being i in favor of an indefinite postpone i ment of resumption, while tbe Tilden ' wing of the party favor resumption !at an early day. It is evident, there fore, that w ith these warring elcmenta , Tilde u's nomination for I'resident is lout of the question. Tburman is thoroughly i-telved by being over thrown in bis ow n State. Allen was whipped for Governor last year, and ion tte same platform wuld be worse I beaten for TresidenL Hendricks has Un 11 il t flaw in bis character, caused bv dabbling in water bonds to tbe detriment of bid fellow townsmen, and Mraddler as be is, can scarcely compa-s tbe chasm between the Al len soft money and Tilden bard mouev factions, and so U it wilb ail the other aspirants for tbe democrat ic Presidential nomination. With the breach thus openly and malicious ly made by tbe Ohio Democracy, ey bave fed fat their grudge against Tilden for Lis failure to sustam Al- , , r. 11 TV k.r.licnn.iwllf llen, (for j ouc ,m"s I'rcMJent) aud , 1 1 seriour-iy 01 nini lor tbey bave made it 1 r impossible to nominate at St. Louis ianvthing but a mere Cgure-bead for I President, who w ill not dare open his mouth, and who can be represented ' as being ail things to 11 men. And ithisintbe ceutennial vear with the , ! mouthpieces of tbe Democracy lus- tilv crvin? for honest .nonev and re form. Our Democratic friends may as well set abiut preparing for a first class funeral. , , , . . Last week the c.Uen. of I bar- V"fJ r irraves of tbe nbel soldiers buued lliere. i ue oration was delivered l,-v IlCV- Taylor Martin, D. D. a "nous r imra an nTtrnrr irntn tn nnres. an evidence of the hearty acquiescence on the part of our Southern bretbern in the result of the war: "Slavery was a divine institution, and we must have that institution or the South will ever be bankrupt. They speak of our cause as the 'lost caue.' If so shall it be lost forever? No! A new generation has sprung up, aud a not far distant day there w i'l le 'stars and bars' floating proud ly over our sunny South. In the next political campaign we must, j even in a minority, supports Southern ram who will build up our interests and burl the Yankee pickpocket from our midst. We are to-day unit ed to tbe Puritanical host hy an ar tificial tie, but we are a distinct peo ple, and God aud the right will ena ble us to show the world tbe truth and tbe equity of our claims. Our statesmen now in Congress are tbe cream of that body, and are the only element that reflects credit on tbe United Stales. Is it not better to baug on the 'lost cause' than to stay in a government of corruption" I rum I'lueajro liilr-uVean. "l bf Lair 4 mii.tia.Ma, Alllr." i:nJrt tJje foregoing beading we iid iu tbe Aberdeen (Miss ) Era mi- the following article: I tli iun trim that ihi-Houa intlr A inlrvlg. 4 r.-:tr,i i,i &i INK! i nlli-r! fin f!'A tliVfrv ul ' "-m '". ivm-haii, l. ii tw : lnv. AiivsJnaU'Hi ij a tcrrilf I Uttiir. nut the i i"r--" 'fcin tat h? aiiBinwwiniii. mien l the li-fcfltr ulio tyrtunilie vr Htor 1 L"ui- l ny ircaiea suTHiinut ; U1 Oiat Staii im! la tli nation that a ill juMily ! ;-- nut"-" i the n.ie (vr.tti f i.r..i 1.1 hor i n ti.f ume vi wmiain Ten is itrar w the ;tM'nrt' liti?riy-l"Viiijf iMstjfH't.vfrywl)ert' iH-caws tt hi ImvitiK iut an urma tlirwvh .the heart ct tiehslrt-. tin tiniDk l Alt'irt, ai'l tlify imt n rflily iHfUly tho aina a'ho put a htiliet throal Sftiat'T I'wiu'-lit-ll. the eiUI-liltu(liHl Uerfliol ut itt-4 Ktvr -nrih. a hi In Is. 4 unciiiilrtHl a '-Ih'Iuc hr the miir.lvrut a lumse lull of motK'ent irsim ua- i'tmUsi at a tMii hi I'-otiMiaiut. l he man alio fluit Twii-'lo'li will novor ! Ha- snt-p(sl, lir"il kimwn he will nt he N'trctyed ty a i - Ii.mal.,v.rnmi to l-nil the kn- to a hor.le k vbU'iTvi-ur t-iw aiii oh ihi' ni'vuu IreU! at tlio only )tri).c;v' ltit ihrin Do our readers remember who Twitchell aud Kin were, and for what tbey were shot? Tht' former was a na'ive of crmout, a aolJicr I in tbe Union army, bearing upon Lit I bead the evidence of a severe wound received at the batte of the Wilder- ucs n lrginia Alter tLe war he i f11'. ,u V u,,lu ,,u - " ""uu"' i banug married a lady Wuose nativ- ity waa in tbe South. There tbey , bad resiuW for eleven years; chil- ' dren bad bex-n Lorn them: he bad i fngagt-J actively aud evasively in uii.siuess: nail bellied to Ut-i cI on ;o a y U' portion of liouisiaua: i been elected a mooiWr of the Slate J Senate; and in all the relations of life i bad borne himself as a worthy, hon- I nralil citizen. Th onlv cfTi-n-ia ;..-.. r,lllliUiar . 0,.,i,.is, la toe (. nion army, aud as an ac tive Republii-as citizen and legislator. A few days ago, while be and bis brotber-iu-law, Mr. King, f ere cross ing Red River, tbey at tbe time be ing tbe only white persons on tbe fer ryboat, a horseman rode up to tbe bank of tbe river, and, with a repeat ing rifle, deliberately shot both of tbern, instantly killing lbe brotber-in laa-, and very dangerously, if not fa tally, mounding Senator Twitchell. Tbe latter afte- having bad one arm shattered., attempted to save himself by leaping into the w ater and Jiang- ing to ibe boat by the other arm. Tbe assassin, determined to finish his ' murderous job thoroughly, fired at die remaining arm fcntU be bit it, and then the body floated helplessly down ine stream uuin rescued oy colored meu. . At the latest dates Senalon Twitchell w as sun au re. but bad I suffered tbe amputation vi uviu uu 1 vioie as atrocious as mis jcciinty, ibe nation in whose jurisdic I t,oa i-'oinmitte'd wouW be tor- iw ur uiata, iu tuj lyrcigu lJ relred to give satisfactory eaurauce w reorvag, or, failure to furoifb sutb incas of( assurance. force would Iu employed to compel reparation as fur a reparation could ! be mad. Yt asrsiuatiooa for 110- l.j opioiouV ke Lave tiee"a pcr- ; jn he Southern State on a pcale w svsteniaiie and esteiiive that (tonera! Sheridan, in hi report 03 the attempted uew rebellion in Louisianna, entiniated that up to (hat time upward of S.OOO live of Union men, while and black, tad been sac rificed at the band of rebel bandit. t Not ithstandinir that oHii-ial stnte- . j.j!nient. and the indubitable evidence s that ,he rf.njybtcr hajl continued, vir- tuall v- undiminished, the public mind 8t th'e North has apparentlv settled : into a conviction that it id one of tbe , ... .. ... t inevitable COCCOIBItaniS 01 ooumcra society! m hat nas greatly coninnu- ted to this popular apathy, amount - ing in reality to monstrous inhumani-; ty, has been"'. be continued dennneia-! .... . a , Hon by .crtbern, and even proiess- ed Urpnhliran, newspapers . ! Dntlre!t. . . 1 caneu icBiajfs uiiHuiug m i it t ; . white Kepublicans) and carpet iag - gers" (meivning men of Northern birth and education). In our judg ment, tbe blood of hundreds o. I niou me:-who bave fallen in tbe boutb for no other crime th .n tbeir devo - tiontotbe Union and tbe P'i'ta party which saved the Lnion rest and 01.7. to rest on tbe Northern writers and speakers wno Dave tuus pracuc-; alio incited to unprovoked violence and assassination. Tbe day c ret ribution for these aiders and abettors of w holesale murder will surely come and it cannot come too quickly. Ol R SEW TURK I Kril.K New York, May !!), lSTfi. TUE 1XSILT TO BRISTOW. A parwl of shyster politicians seem determined to nominate Dristow, whether or no. Tbe Union league Club is an aristocraic affair, made np entirely of republicans, and is sup posed to repiesent republican senti ment in tbe city. A number of ad mirers of the Secretary put up bis name for membership, expecting, as a matter of course, that a gentleman so weil known and so biyb, socially, politically, and in every otl.er way, would le accepted wuuout a ques tion. In short, ISristow's becoming a member would bouor the club a thousand times more than lbe club would bonor him. Now by tbe Jaws of tbe club, one vote in ten adverse to a candidate, kills, and when the ballot was taken it was found tbat there were twelve black-bails two more than enough to defeat him. There was the wildest excitement a ben tbe result was made known. The black-balling of the Secretary was denouueed by the oldest aud best members as au outrage, and anx ious inquiries were made lor tbe men w ho did it, but of course tbey could not be found. The matter would pos sess uo significance, were it not for the manner in which it was done. It was evident tbat tbe perty doing it could bave commanded fifty votes if it bad been necessary, and it is also evident that it was intended as a stab at bis presidential prospects. Tbe next inorniug in Albany, as soon as it became known, certain politicians were talking tbat it would be of no use to nominate a tuau wno could not be elected to tbe Uuiou League Club, showing that the programme bad been arranged beforehand, and that tbe black-balling was tbe beginuing of a very dirty raid upon Iinstow. Tbe effect has not beeu, however, what lbe conspirators intended. Tbe Republicans of New York, tbe best members of tbe club included, are indignant at tbe outrage, aud there are thousands of Rristow men to-day where there were hundreds yesterday. It is only justice to Sen ator Conkling to say lhat ueiiber be nor any of bis trusted fnemls bad anything to do with tbe matter. THE PEMOOlttCY are in a dilemma. Tbey want Til den but tbey see if tbey uominate li i iu tbey lose they West tbat is, tbe soft-money parts of the West. On tbe other band, if tbey uominate a soft-niouey candidate, they are cer tain to lose New York, and tbey can't dodge so as to satisfy both. Tbo world. Republican as well as a-ell us Democratic, want a square expn ssiun tbis yer, and glittering generalities will not satisfy them. Tilden will undertake to carry the couveution by the use of mon. y, and trust to the same agency to secure Lis election, but be is uot iu a very cheerful frame of miud. His prospects are by no means ose-colored. either for the uom'naiiou or elwuou. and the old bachelor looks care-worn and bled. ,rou" ! liEECHEK AMI IKiMEM. The Reecher trcuble has broken out afresh, and this time more viru lent than ever, liowen has knowl edge, so be claims, wbicb will settle the w boie matter. Rut be wiil not divulge, unless be is permitted to do it in tbo way tbat be wants to. He says tbe knowledge be bas involves a great many other people, and that he will go before a committee of disin terested men aud tell it all, they pledging themselves to secrecy, sim ply making public their verdict as to the guilt of Reecher. This Mr, Reecber declines. At lbe last meet- ing of Plymouth Church there was 'I pi.cy time. Rowen aud Leecber got I by tbe ears tte lie was passed as sweetly as at a tou o-mectin, mem bers were ordered to "get ou," end tbe proceedings would bavo duue no discredit to a uouiina'.iug convention in a Democratic ward ia New Yuia. In tbe meantime Moulton is pressing bis suit, Rjwen is getting ready to find some way to gel at Reecber without involvingotbers, aud there is j a prospect Tor a Kilkenny hirut ol the bugest dimensions. How it will re sult no one knows. Rut- the whole world wishes that it was over in one way or another. Tilton is lect uring jo J-be West, and bis wife and and ber mother we peeping boarders. THE BEKnEft Et'MsQ Last Saturday night, just a- the knni hnmUrr ' -.b i putting on tbeir night-caps, after an ' unusually hot evening, tbey were 1 startled by a verv loud audVnarp ex piosiou, ppareuuy in tue next uiock jo everybody. It was louder than anvouxlh of July cannon, and rang like tbe cracj; of a rifle. People pok ed tbeir heads out of windows conclud- ed tbanbeir next neighbor Lad 'com"- wiled suicide, or killed a w itb a larre cbaree of powder. there was a sods fountain explos'oo, oreometbing Tbe ;atter guess, as, was brought to him, and he kepV hisUome ver'v elegant articles of utility usual, was right, f be ncjt morning 'feiolytion till be was so weak tbat there. fa on t6rff;r 'Jsere are three a 1 the city was autrer over the es-j death wa, josj-itable. Ilia father booms' in operation. 'One Woks Illusion oi tte noudcr iiiHfH.mi mi ; ; r , -,r t .- v.o. v. ui.u . r ri j- .t ir i i wrrs oi mue irow me aoij-isen iers! ry, in wmcn tuo contrctor or the jng thed'JuscUi'e wjo was instrumen new Delaware, Lackawanna and jul iu convicting Hubehstflirj, was as Western Kailroad tunut-l bad stored i dramatic a performance as was ever .. I. ... . wi,- t i I ioui. ou.uuu nuro-gijcenuc caririag-igeeo ,pa iiocu ior uiaKtiug me lunuei. ana i r . i i . . . ... apout 3ftQ pounds oi giant powder. Tbis.waa a very heavy charge, and tbe effect waa awful. "A shock as of I earthquake was followed by tbe falling of house, roofa, and tbecrsL-jb;m all ..vtr Jerri y City and lloboken, reaching acrjss the liver, and felt 111 Aew York On the weet.side, shoii win dows wtre rbaltered, aud ibe (jas put out fnltv' t'o milen from jhe e.x-plo-i -n. Tbe shi.'fk was fel! ft'. Yonk ers, and ten miles away, on Stateu Islaud, iis force t-bok the ground, and rolled tbe chips iu the bay, wbicb before was perfectly ttill. It is pret ty certain that tbe explosion was the work of strikers, whorefuRcd to work in the tunnel for $1 a day. There bail been much tro-ibte with tbe men previously, and when striken occur red, the rfian: powdir was earefully removed, bicb, this . time, bad not .ei oi-eu ooue. t .... .1 Wonderfully, noln e were iosi, anu me eiiiaers, 11 uiev ; commiited this terrible deed, are spared ibe crime, though not tbe guilt, of blood-guiltine . . . . t. : 1 . :r .1. .. i the oar elevator act, pent It is wonderful that so little barm lif.. Rbonld follow t-uch an aeci. l,Ienl Anoiber wbicb took place on j M,)n)lav hj.bti half a mile lrom the .. t;f lbe ex.,i0h;OI1 1 wa9 more hor. ,rib!t; iu ilsres(llts The C8r3 wbi(,h n)3 from lLe jIoboten f,.rr? are boisl. 1 eJ u be h hy a bteam eevalori i in,, ut.arv aa b"OUr lost bv goingnp ibe j Jc iQ-,be old wtv -rtie two fore. J w hee,s of lLe car Lad jusV j,a8!ie(j 0D he .,atforiu 0f the elevator, when , nmhablv disarrans-ad hv tbe shock of the explosion, gave the siiruul all right, tbe elevator began to move, aud tbe car, toppled over, falling thirty feet, throwing passen gtrs from tbe platform, and buryiug others under its bloody wreck Hardiy auy of tbe twenty-seven passengers escaped without injury, and several bave since died. ANOTHER CHARITY FAIR. It is really thought by the saga cious that tbe reitrn of fashionable charities is over for tbe season, and tbat no further appeals will be made on the pockets of generous Jew Yorkers till tbe demand for mid-sum mer excursions for the poor comes on Tbo Woman's Centennial Uuion bas had its fill, and nicked tbe pockets of evorvbodv. under lbe promise of i preserving every don-, r's name to be r-ad at the next Centeuuml. uu true femiuiue persistence and indis cretion, it bas bagged everybody im partially, the rich for tbeir checks, and the poor working women for their five and ten cent pieces. The result is a gorgeous banner, at ibe Centen nial, and a very pretty building bicb does not bold a tithe hardly f lbe woman's exhibits, and isof u earth ly use, except to flatter tbe vanity of a few women who cauuot bear to make themselves conspicuous, and girean awfully ill-looking lot of tbern aa ctcusc to parade at the Centenni al opening, arru in arm. w jlh badges, along with the governmeut ofbcials and officers of tbe exhibition St. John's Giuld, not the least deserving the charities if not tbe most so, in tbe ciiy, bad its turn, though its receipts were cut short by lbe Centennial mea sles, as it was a necessity that tbe old fairy godmothers of the exhibition should bave tbeir banner aud parade, whether lbe poor people out of work in the city had food or uot. Tbe Young Womuu's Christian Associa tion, a taking aud at lbe same time rather repeling tit'e, beld a May fair, w hich was not less brilliaut than any tbat went before. It was beld in the Academy of Music, aud did a large trade iu dry goods and ready made clothing, as well as a thriving look and stationary business, wbicb, as all the stock was given to the con cern, was clear profit. To add to tbe attractions, the owners of pri vate picture galleries loaned their pictures tor exhibition, and this af forded a fine chance fur tbe everybod ies to see painl'ugs that ate usually inscrutable to the vulgar eye. THE CENTENNIAL is already beginning to be felt in New York. Tbe great mass of people on tbeir way to Philadelphia pome by way of New York, aud tbe hotels aud boarding houses ure beginning to look up. Tbe opening day iu Phila delphia was an imuieuse success, to which New York contributed quite as much as tbe (Jbaker City. The city was literally emptied. The .rains to Philadelphia were loaded for three days in advance, and New York was well-nigh deserted. Tbe next day the majority came back, all indeed except those who had goods to exhibit, and who propose to flay duriug tbe exposition. Tbe Centen nial is a great success, aud 1 advice every one of your readers to come and see it. Come to Philadelphia and see tbe great show, come over to New ork eud see the great metrop olis, and go bouje wier auij better men and wonii'U- It won't happen again for a bundled years, and we sLail noue of us bave auotbercbance. Make tbe trip a cheap one. Don't attempt any style whatever, aud above all dou't be ashamed to ask questions, and look about you all you cau. See all tbat is to be seen, at the lowest possible price, aud my word for it, you w ill uever regret the expenditure. Lvery farmer aud every mechanic iu the United Slates, with their wives and daugbters.ought to come East this season, if they uev er do ii ugaiii. BUSINESS ,-yutiuues dull, tboueb lbe merchants have a hope that the iutlux of visi tors lo lbe Ceulenuial will euliveu things somewhat. Real-estate is still on tbe decline, and rents are going down as rapidly us possible. There arc nothing but long faces on the street, and '.he mourners are plenty. Failures are as common ss blackber ries, indeed tbey have become si common tbat they excite do attention wnatever. toiaii is a iasuiouanie thing, aud bas become rather credita m r : 1 r f 1 t 1 ble than otherwise. There may be an impr jveiueot next month, but I doubt it. I believe that New York bas lost a large per cent, of its trade, ami inai me cny is as iari;e now aa it will be for twenty years lo come 'rtfre sre thsds of empty stores, anu tens oj icoosands 01 empty bouses, and I can't w yh re the Lor V"! 10 oil them are coming from. itut let us hope fur the best. RlllENSTElN, lbe Israelite, convicted of the murder of Sarah Alexander, committed sui cide in bis cell by starviuir himself to 'death. It u tbe most curious case ; ing of walls am window 9 't on recor$. Tbe food given him be Oriflpliluirn1f.il.- prt'l roitiifolff thenar down the sewer-bine, aa 'Loan ft8 it i,nL kiiri 1,1a A.A k...!. iiw.vu.igt vi ijuij., auu 1 nan h uuneu accoraiogio lue riles ol i 1. .... .. ' i tte rJtf id Jewish church. Tlis curs- "The corse of tbe Uid of my tiiihers lie on vou was bisexclama- lion as be stood between tbe corpse and the detective, so tbat his dead son's face should not be profaned by the cazeof tbe man who bad bunted to death. Tbe opinion of every ' body is toat tbe man was guilty of (the crime, but that be it-ux in.Hfi" w hen be did it. THE WEATHER id delight fully c ol and pleasant, atd bf Pdrk is crowded every afteruoon with roaguiliceut equipages, and gaily dressed horsemen and Lorsewomen. It is well worth an hour every day to see the fashion of New York on dress r . . I ..I.. parade, auouays lue pnurjiru get ihere, and tbey make a sight parade. Sundays the poor, people Kea signi 01, almost equal interest. P1KTRO ENTENNIAL LETTER. BT WVK ri.nLRMEP05iDFXT. PuiiAMti.riiiA, May 20, Ds7fi Editor Hkualp Now that the big show is iu operation 1 will try and give you a sort of birds eye glance over lbe whole, as I saw it yesterday, aud not commence to pariicularizo until all sections are in readiness and then I will try to give j as complete an idea as possible of w bat there is to see. Firstly, 1 got my pass, nud find to get iu with it I must walk to auother gate from tbat wherein payiug peo ple go. I am made 10 feel lhat I am a "dead bead" by having to give my pass to be "punched w ith care" by tbo doorkeeper for fear I go in twice a day or let some friend go in without tbe right to do it. Once inside the turnstile gate I waded through the mud t ) Machinery Hall where 1 took a w beel chair to iro up to the Cali fornia Ruiidiuir. These chairs are nothing like tbe comfortable ones atj Vienna, aud you feel as i you arej going to fall backward and to coun- ter-balance that tear you try to lean forward only to clutch wildly at the arms of the chair for support as the wiggly little front wbeeld bump against some obstacle that tbey can not surmount. These chairs ' are bired at different places from tbe stations there. If you bave one in tbe roads you are obliged to go first to the stations and pay CO cts., an hour for oue before you can start to no where ou wish. It is some times very inconveuieut to ro out of your way so fir, still it is necessary tor tbe Great Commissioners have said so. The men w ho push tbeoe cnairs seem to have been chosen for the delicacy of their appearance more than fur physical strength for a sorrier lot of tleuder boys I uever saw put to such bard work. 1 heir pay is $1.50 per day, I10111 ifcat is deducted fifiy cts., per day for iheir board, and S1G for uuuil'orm. Tbe chairs run bard, tl-e seats are too higb aud loo narrow, tbe front wheels too low to be good and tbe whole chair is uncomfortable. 1 here is uo elastic baud to clasp about tbe bottom of a lady's dress us iu Yieuua, which tavea tbe dresses from beiug soijed or b'owu about. Tbe boy w ho propelled my cbair was a wcek-kueed stripliug whose voice was a kiud of a cross be tween a baud saw and a sand-bill-craue, aud be pulled so goiug up tbe bill tba. I took pity on (uiti) and got out aud walked uu lbe hardest part. Some one said 10 tm: "what would you do if it was lhat lady over there you bad instead?'' pointing to one who weighed about luree liuuured "Cb! I gets tbeui offeu euougb and ihey's just tbe worst sort for tbey alters wants lo go to tbe most dilli- tultosf places." In Yieuna tbese chairs were lower. very mucu jiore comiortauie and cheaper, and lbe men bad more strength and - were perfect dictiona ries or auyibiug else that could point out everything, aud tell you every thing. However I must leave ibis grievance or I shall end my letter with complaints. 1 ought nut to expect too much at once for tbe thing is uew aud scarcely iu order. To go through Machinery Hall you get a pretty fair idea of what is going ou and going to be. Tbe wbole pla.ee is one busy Rabel of machin ery in motion and yet the noir-e is not so great as J bad thought it would be. Tbe principal things I bave noticed was tbe making of soda crackers, candy manufactory in operation, anu a uoom weaving pret ty damassi cloiuiugray ua uiacK It was like magic wiirk I e lbe prrtty cloth come from a combina tion of spider w bs bud paper with boles in it, and suine bn-ni little thing that shot back aud forth among tbe filmy threads, and tbe wheels roll off tbe fiuisbed web from such materials. I watched lhat vitb great interest and shall returu soon again. Tbe scene is very lively though the splendid locomotives staud silent, and do not puff nor suoit nor eveu paw impatiently to start on their race .over the plains and np lbe moun tains tbat are' but cjids' play to them. Many exhibitors are still busy putting up thtiir exhibits, (ue sausage niacbiuc is very Cue and looks as if buugry for dogs, mules and such things gs do to make up the real pork sausages. Outside, everything is fresh and green and the Q ivters are in a sickly sort of bloom.. Tbe lake looks mud dy and charming. You get along as best you can over the asphalt pavements wherein your cbair wheels sink at every step aud which doesu'l smell a bit good, aud piss the baud some English Uuildiug, several Slate buildings until you reach tbe spot where lbe California Slate building is situated. Tbe progress 00 that bas been fast since I saw it lust, con sidering there bas beeu a great delay in receiving timber. It will be noth ing' ' second rate. Califoruiaus d o': do tbat sort ti 'thing. " Jr'rora there I weiit down through tbe United States (joverr.ineut buil . ing, which pleases u)p mijch 111 ore than tbe main Uuiiiog. Here were photographs of evury conceivable kiud, mineral aud geolog ical and fossil specimens, all sorts of birds, fishes and Heaven knows what else, tnosilv from lbe Smithsonian in stitute. There are cases of models of patents which I shall examine at mr 1 leisure, lor 1 minK tnem very inter esting. There are guns, cannons, stuffed artillery horses, percussion 'tap machines in operation and in short p'ejceedngly worthy collec tion of exhibits. The building is also very clean, in tbat potot exceed ing the women's Pavilliou where I expected tbe most scrupulous oeat DPss would reign. I next v'uit tbe women's Pavillion and find tbe exhibit; to consist most ly of women's skill in needlework and fancy articles, tLougb there are :i.i ! . i. riuoon, one eiegani woolen scans, tne cth " i inree-piy carpet. All were operateij bf1 i;,0,.rtcn- TQere 18 another there, byi as )t wa nof WflrkJ ing do not now what it produces. Tbis 'ayilioq is not a banc's jme building in any aeqse of tbe word. From there to Horticultural JlaJI Is not very far, only the soft asphalt makes it take you a long time to gel there for you stick every tew steps and bave to be rescued. Tbis build ing I used to think would be tbe! most pleasant of alt, but yesterday's; : visit disaoDointed me ereatly. The 'floral display is next to nothing-. There are but few native plants. I could cite tbousaods of flowers that hae no place in this collection. 1'alms arc well represented. A few orauge aul lemon trees there are. and some pretty ferns and m ?8cs around tbe fountain and when yon J . ! " - ika Iinea Ctlf1 itan r I tr , - Tfae u fine ,. - .,- , , lu" "U,"S ..v.-.. - adapted. Tbe statues are very poor generally. Tne large organ upstairs, ... ..1... 1.. l.,,i ih I, oat u-aa B. ..rr .j..s, . . .v -- excessive nuu icaii luui 1 iumu u. remain. I was told that work was at be hind hand iu Agriculturaf. Hall tbat L wt uld not f ay lo visit it so I went to Memorial Hall instead. This place is also far in arrears yet. I shall give it a whole day soon. From there into tbe Main Ruildiug where Gilmore's splendid band was playing in tbe middle of the building. After listening awhile I took a saunter through lbe building and saw tbattbe Foreign sections are coming on brave ly, and that lbe belated Americans are also goiug ahead fast. I shall leave tbe Main Building tn itstlf till all is done and then shall ih ceLd up on it like tbe Assyrian. Tbe crowd is very small who visit tbe place now, for reveral reasons. The Commissioners are so generally disliktd tbat tbe same sentiment falls upon tbe Exhibition and the price is too bigb, and also on account of tbe Sunday question. Tbe great majority are in favor of opening it. So is " "Olive Harper," fcri'iblc River Disaster. EiDloe. of tlie Boilers of tte Pat CMi Evansville, May 18. the Jour nal is first in receipt of tbe following special frotr. Shawneetown, III.: The steamer Pat Cieburue exploded her boilers at 1 1 o'clock last night, six miles below Sbawueetown, wbile landing along-ide tbe Arkansas Utile. The Relit) was tied ou the bank, and disabled by a line of coal flats fouh'd to ber starboard wheel, aud could render no assistance. The Cleburne floated down about a mile and burn ed. Tbe following are the casualties Captain iowler id lost. He was caught in the limbers and burned. Dick Partridge, express agent, is lost Walter McElbtnny, engineer, was blown into the river and badly hurt He will recover. D. C. Moore, mail agent, was blown overboard, hut sav ed. John McCune, pilot, was at the wheel. He fell through tbo boiler deck. He was cut anil scalded. Alex. Porter, second clerk, bad bis feet scalded and cut, Arthur prown, freight clerk, bad his bands and face scalded and bead cut. All the cabin crew are supposed lo be safe. Uru back, a musician, could not extricate himself from tbe timbers, aud was burned; Albert Smith, lbe barlier, bands scalded ; Charley Collon, sec ond mate, supposed lo be lost. Pass engers G. W. Suiitb, of Evausville, sliirbtly scalded : 0. W. Nicholas, of Terre Haute, batds aud teet scalded ; John Harvey, of Cincinnati, scalded aud lace cut, will recover. An un known passenger was blown to tbe roof of tbe Relle and killed. Tbe crew not mentioned are saved. The Relle is badly wrecked. Her chimneys were blown overboard aud the staterooms shattered. She was on fire in many places The passen gers and crew worked faithfully. The striker aud secoud engineer are badly scalded. Chas. Smith, of Cincinnati, bad a leg broken. Capt. Howard was knocked down and slightly hurt. Perhaps ten persons on the Relle were iujured. Arthur Peter and J. Gilles, of Evansviile, were blown up and fell dowu tbe front stairs, but are uninjured. The 4'tihita Onlrnxe. CniOAiso, May IS The official re port of ibe Twiiebcll shooting affair at Coushaita, La., bus been received by Qneral iSberiilan, and gives new and interesting particulars of tbe as sassinatiou. The murierer was dis guised, "Vorp gi'ggles, and was slight ly painted He strulle down front the postofiice, leading bis horse to the landing, w here the shooting oc curred, and as tbe boat approached commenced firiug, killing a man nam ed King, who was in tbe b iat, and w uud'ug a colored fireman. Twitch ell was badly wounded in both arms aud in the leg. Those wbo attempted to approach him from tbe shores were warned off, and threatened with tbe rifle tbat be used. Two women remonstrated witb him, but be said at each shot he was spooling a black alligator. He start ed oil on hfs horse, bui seeing the rjegro attempting to save Twite-bell, returned, orljereij him to desist, and beiui; disregarded, fired several more sluts, wounding botb negro and Twitchell again. Tbe murderer then roiie away and escaped, despitp all ell'oris to capture bill) Oue of Twitchell'a arms bas been amputated, and lbe other is b;idly shattered, but he may still recover. Tho report is dated May 3d. . Eiplamaa l I ire llinip. ScB.NTiUi, May 20.-A terrific explosion of Cre damp occured tbis forenoou at tbe Oxford air abaft of ibe Delaware, Lackawauna and Western Railroad Company, in tbis city, by which oue mau was killed iustantly aud four were s.-riously in jured. The gas, on catching fire i-rushed up lbe shaft, witb a roar, tear ing the ete'tiru ju'pes in- its course, -and completely shattering lbe heavy- tim bers' of the fower above ground, and fci)tlTog tbciu (q alf (jirepiions. - man nauied lu!i' bad jijsjt gtpfipetj intq lbe bucket 4 secoud befofe the tihotk. He was Unog hij.'b ia , tbe air, and then desce oiled 400 fi etinto lbe mine, where be was dashed to pieces. Tbe j;aa caught from a miner's lamp. TlteHoreul aiortn ' Ci.EVEf.ANi, Maj 17. X rerj fc vere thunder storm commenced here last evening-, and continued until tleFeii this morning, with a heavy ffill of r-!!" '1 Te jhtning did con sitjeraljle cjaioae, 8Uin;ytl4pacting jngboueof lo?e A' Wru. on fire, wbitb waa untireir destroyed. Thej Staudnrd Oil Workg were nUo set on 6re. Tbe h small. 1 Tbe uplre on the (lernjsiQ Lutheran eburcb was struck and badly abnttureJ. I of life Is reported. " - Ovlitware for Blaia. Po.veb, I'iZi Ttf&J Tbe repub lican state convention ;met here to day and nominated delegates to tbe Cinifjnati convention, instructing them to rftii for Japes 0. Blaine' as lopg as tberp ia ny pQS'biiity of poroination. - Heatfielir- LousviLLErMay 18 Tbe repub lican state convention ' which met here to-day declared in favor of Brig- tow. A Dirrnls' Dainga. CiscixsAir, III , -My IS A double murder occurred at Johannes burg, in tbe western part of Wasb nsun County, last evening. A man known as 'the Califorui.iu'' (bi name is iiukuowii ), a c.Mper by trade, who bad been it' tbat sectiou of the Cjuuiry but a abort lime, bad au al- auu nuu I . 1 ?-?Sr cUli..uu.,,.. ) with a revo ver. A her coming 00 . . : . .1.. tz .. itarj.Ii r.t- t i1i,..,'m.,.1ii,1i., whom be! . . . . . .1 thicatened. but being couviucca mat. Ihewasnottbe person went tu 10' ! Peter's stoie. Walking ia ho placed j bis piatoi agabst tbe bead of ir:U, GrendemaD, killing h:m instantly, j He then went to hio room a second j lime and obtained auoiber revolver,', just as preparations were being made for bis arrest. Fiourishiug the two, weapons in bis bauds, be would kill j the first man w ho attempted lo arrest him. Coustable Wilkin came tor- ward to make tbe arrest. I10IM ith- standing tbe warning, and the "Cal ifornian" fired. Tbo shot took effect in the brain, killing him on the spot. A crowd by ibis time bad congregated wilb shotguns and pistols, aud pur sued tbe murderer. By reloading and firing be managed lo keep the crowd at a distance. Tbe first man be killed bad bad nothing lo do wilb bis affairs or difficulty. He made a second at:empi to kill Judge Moell man, firing several shots at bini, un til Moelluiaa took refuge iu a mill The murderer was arrested finally and lodged iu ja.il at Nashville. Great excitement reigns, and some fears are entertained of bis being lynched by a mob. Hall nay Arrldent. Louisville, May 20. A Millers burg special to the Courirr-.fuvrnaf reports a serious railroad accident at Hiuksiou s:uio!i on the Maysville and Lexingtou Railroad. The long span bridge gave way undr the weight of a norib-buund train. The engineer discovered .he bridge crum bling when oue-founh of the way over. He attempted in reiurn, but uot lieiug able, turned iu fill sieain and succeeded iu gelling neatly over, when the timbers i:ave way. One passenger coacb only Ml ioto .he water below. Thirty passengeiS were luslde lue coach, u;id ah were nioie or less injured. Itrpurlrd Miiaaitt-rc Lomion, May '20. A special from Paris to the Da ly Trlrymji'i says a report bus been received there tbat the Mussulman inbabita-jis of Pre dor, in Bosnia, under pic:c.xt that a number cf ('brisiians vyere ab.-ut to quit the town, attaike l the Chiistian tpiarter, and massacred 100 p-rsoas, iacln liog womeu and children. Turkisb trot.ps fierw,iris c cupit d the place, aud made numer ous arre.-ts. Xew Ad rerfitetmnl? J1 ) ftny nt home. Air "fits wantLtl. i )utht ry B aw; auil ttritifl tree. TKL L Aiaine. Moved His Office. IR. U M MIRTIV will .-.mlinn.. tl.c ..i ,- I tii-il l-ntis!Fy in tho uiUtt with Ir. ihL ia Mammutti lil-M-lt. .-niera-'L, F. apr." . SKINEKS SALK. ity virtue of at iri!T i.e'I out of the v1' Cmiimnn i'leai ot nmTset ('nun y. th iueil Aiunee of IVtiT Philiiitpi, Hill jiuhlie Ji.ittinhiy May tJi, A. 1. tt tnllnwln'a; rerj valuuiiie n-iil viie t : No. 1. A tuna oHitainititr atmt aw are. it ante in MilloT) tnwtn-hlp, tnut oiin ih)(h tr'it Mineral I'm) tit, uljniuitit( htmld ot XiKth Scntt, YI. Hay. l;tiiI l. Mi!icrt aai uthern, known ad th '"Hainef J'.inn" alkiat nne hun-lret nrr0 of whieh afe elear&l. There U a dwelling hnu-e, a thrn. and othe-r oatbiilliliniiS oa the rciiiiseA. There is a ikkI apple oitrhar-l on the premi-c. The l.i ml in of exeellent quality. No. 'JL Twelve arrea o larnfa ltoiiiit: .laeohS. Phillij.pl, Juhu Shuti, ami others with a l.irm hourtf, stahhi anl oth-r ouUatihlinic ihereun ereeteil. Xo. a. Vnurneri ; of html, all fleare.1 aI- jnininK m. i. The land I ot exetdlent qu.iliry. o. 4. 1 ne mmer.it nnt ot eint neieM nu i, the Murtace nt which has U-t-n dd tn I'ntri'.'k (irittiiti. No. 6. Two hits in ihe iwn of Mineril Volnt. leiuir Utf noy. j awl having thereon t-ref led. a j iwiMnrvuHi'iniiK u'juw iiti'i -fuf ii4u"e. pn-.p? and oiluThuiidinKS -Nn. 0. TW'i htn twlininlii no. , ftned anl In a 2ik1 atutrd rultivatin. Nil 7. A Int ennlntniiijf alwiut nne arre. n joining no. and ('ahirian Ktver, hivinic iIhtc on erteted. a lara;e Tavern H'ujs, Ptnhle. and a Ian l.irv fmmdiallintT huiiai taint o'K . r i.nt- tuildini-4 tttiTiiin cri'i'tral t hi- iirniieriv i nrtw I oceiipie! hy Janh N. iieal, a.t a h"UJ. X tie aie ui itie into win t tKo pint ai imerti Feint al 10 'i h- fc n. m. ol eaid day. AM the hula lice of the pmperty wiil he ld h the 'Jlainert Farm' at 1 o'clock p. m. oT tai t d;y. The ' Haiur Farm" will he dd as a whole, or hljmreeU tn suit liurehaerd. Terma: ln trfird f nurehae tHotiev rn nm firm lin uf nle. lith June 'ii, te third in hi umiitJu thetealler. w;h interest, and ha la nee in one year, with (nitveat, paytnenta to ire teuretl hy uu ment note, j en t rem oj jiano uu -n- in jc paid oon a prnperty H km'k I 'tow a, AAKOJf V. ILU MajX Aiunee. )U15LIC SALK 1 will sell at S.iiuerit, Fa . n Jun :h at ii) o'cloek a. m. The hdlnwnirf landi. hi-ld hy tne In trust fr cundrv ereilitnp nt' .1. J. Ndi"U. Nn. 1. A m;irc ot irnam i in Sntu T5et fvr aiit'i. containing t nr int. odxlwi' Het eoe. tmutinii n YliiBt Street in said iKirouub i'utUMUUtely cast ot the "lilack" ?niLre. No. i. The untlivhle'l ie filTn part nf the fnllnwltiit timber laodtf !i'.u.ite in Sha.ie Twp.. ot uirn the o lor interi'?l.are held 'v I.aai liiiiru and nther", to wit : A. - A trt of Ian 1 ur.Wit on a warrant In hnameol Mlmon Fernre mr ilnhnir aere. K. A trtct r I ind ntrveyed im a wntrnnt mthe t r.ar-.3 nf w iniara eirta(nloif r.i i M n: A t(:iH ef land Mjrveyed on a 'warrant in the na.iie nt Saiuuei Andr'P, e -ntn ih'ii ; 1. A tk.M t of 1 .1, 1 itevd nn a tr.uai;t in t tlienaiueof Sajni;tt aVeilo-fel cuataln:ir; : . V?'- . . . o.3. lneundivi led ne nitn mtrb.t m t:;v folh-win lands ii Add jna Tm.. to wit: i A . ira"t ' lan-i urveyi on a warr.mt ai ' the Q:imti i UalHu tt"nt- oitr-aiiaiu i .I'-re. ' ii. A tract o laud surveyed on a warraut Id! th name of Jnnhua Uixwl. wttdaiuiit Ix.thnl whh-h traetzi are liuilier landi. j The undi i led nm-tilth inter of all the j eoal. inn ore, lii ui. and othtT tniurrui eti-' taimnif nnder awt within ft traet uf 1 ind en:iT;itn-. Ina 344 ucr, known a Fnrt Hill the ?uriic uf :. Wh(. h 14 owned h Jnhn lei? and nthen t :..(. tliou T('Viih!i. UU eceary mining ml- i leeii ! No. 4. The unlKa!el orM"-iiUh Intr -t of all' the eua I, in n Te. liniest'-u', and iMh'j iniiienU upnn. Mulvr and eontaininv wirhtn the hdinwin laud in I p mt Turki ylont Tp. A. A tr.ct ol land, the trurUce nf Khi. ti 1 now owned hy .Ititiu hr'Ueher, -ei.-ntuhtin lud atr s, with ner'Siiarv mlidmr privlleueji, H. A traei tf hind the sariaee tit whieh i n-w ownel Ity Hiram Cramer, nrtitatnlnic vl aereii with neee;'Airy mini nit privilcKea. .,'ieriii!4u( uudt Lntiwn on day of -r ile. "n -Ik W..J. H" VK. Maf. ' 'Irtftee. 4 S.SIOXKK'ai SALli. (Viurt 'uf Cnninn.n f ivaa ut S..i..ct..t oiui,! . an I to nie ilircil?i. I w ill f h tn puMii- tAiv. mi the .rcinlwa. Wrn-lr-i lBy. Mar I'l, lira, the farm Ml Al!?etl!! f. hlahl, altuate in Jrllirrsmi T . in)-ri-et 4 VkuntV. Pa., a.tonin InniUuf .-h. Ia Hanlra . W. f, iay. llwfj- W, lfcifcer an-l lh ers, eviiilaiiiini; o:i acrr-s. Uri"t ti.ure. he the uit mun vr lean, ab- ut ya a. m . i-iuar. U wrrn In uieu'lnw, and baviny tlti-rwn ereieil a Ura lao nturr Irauie ImaniKl a tary-laii)i h:iru. t..-.h uearly iiw. The farm j -well vaturil an.l hnt a iurart tiri-haril. Ttieru 1. iu.l uu tha larin an.l the html liiii In-vu well litaeilaml li luit u""-' iiaie ut rnliivath.n. . At the i.iine ttiue so l jW Kill ali n.11 me permraal pMperty. - TKKM.-Une-tliiril ..f pun-liaw money In hiin.!: ima-thirxl In aix uionllui an-1 i.ne-tl.inl in twelve unHithi Hli inicrt it ia p:ivmenH. - I . a . .' . .VAI .HY, iaiii.14 :.'t,'.fa. E.H, . WITH BODSE, HEHPSTONK & CO. Bait. St., Baltimore, Wl. D. -r - Vvo-I I r-ii.'Ctri.liy ael. the men bai ti Vt euuniy, !. penahlin their m.loflo . .:- vr ; f ,. ". r - . INCY GOODS, arrartnir them iatiKfaetinn hutli a ri'mU price and iiuality ol rula. Meruliauu vUiliiiK Haiti mure are nrirenllv reiiue-Uxl tueaU auii tee He b 6re making pun' ha He. i - rami r-Vl l-f '' I't". 1 ... OILOGRAPHS. The Newest Thir.g in Pictures. i-n'.Ii-iiiira i " i rrfi 1 hl-sir I ti" .:iilM ftI re I ' t(U U t. it 't M.1I-V SinlH.TS t-.vin.-l! rt-'IMI' iMltl-Hts. SfRiw IO.AI Tim." 1 (.is i.u-tufv. i.'i-n-niriii l'xi. m--r n-t.-iii 1 r -v'. .in : i.. : t I': -I'llV B all iialiillHcaorlhrtV T N. !' frit ic- Wfm)i n5 ui (l..-ir iii.ip- iitU.r.i:- w -rW. they will f"rw.inl vrr.i t ui j ... v. r.-rv .'r.ri .ur-i-a.t?r ul 'ho i'.'Hive a n;it! will i.-r. i,.i-r-o.l a rin-elvl. a m:ii;iii!i'-' in 'ii-'K. c::. jx'.i ill. eu!ill-tl "li.-M Ki!'. :M " A ''trr-. A il. l.f.'II.U-ll 111., A.i. is HV.; : -J.. i;n,:i,uai. . t.l'Mt .ul th:-'.Yr. M-T.rc - Thi.lVniti'-:it. ;ut,iij.u'.i".i l' Kit:. IVnL-. ; enicu-9 tti? S'.-n-irr t the S3!M Ollotrnph. Sprint Kennlira. A:!l-rrti-e I ! Am. iux.r ril Co., Lis alum t.. l.'ii.i nii':ii 1, i. April . 1776. Agents Wanted, 'KVnteanial Cm k H.'k an. I licm ral Oni if." ! r-iSB. ! uiiJ in I'i'XH "il i 1 : t . '.'.illlO j K'--iiK-9 l'-..kcry. Mfl ;.n'. I'.iniiinx. I'tary, 1 01, t Ki'll-, Tiirii S,cuori-. l.i an.l (liii ii- i. r rylwrly. Ket:it5 l.i :i:i mv..':M.I . I r-.-i-i.t Son.l lr op;.-. J. It. HVIR, Hnhl'.lirr. lie; ( 'h .-:nui stni't, rhilmlelphia. April -X. A1 :ditoks NOTICE. H:nry C. H-littltlvr-.1 No. V-4. M;ty T, 74. Vmin-.n Flva? t S 'n: r !o j uiilv. Vnluii-ary s.-jiitiitm lir U'oent 'f .Ti,hi OImt. f frtli;ir. t Anl ir"W to wit, April l"Trt. J.lm R. Kili-e, K j- flpptititrl Ao -lie r i iJiitri'-u'e tfin l:t -J. in limnt! ! Hit- as.v-K. ami jM Liiion i.f- M Af i tHrn".vf tr re tit. the 'Wrr5 of thr Ah tivr i n enlariri tn ht:ir an t lic.rrir.in H .(titi.-cj.-t In i rt-nirl i'iiHtial inter'? n any ju Iittuitii r n;-!e ' prsmeii. S-'mt'rwt Conntv, Extract Irxu rv r !. or irit'.l thtj L'4ih y. J. kim.ski; .lav i of a i a. k i;. I'm. Nuti(f U livrel-y kIvpr that 1 will aitcn-1 t. th tlutie1 "1' th alf.VL a.p..initn.'nt at th.- i.ili - i.f John H. I'M. in' the Uipmii-Ii i.t s...rnr?'-T, i.n Tuw lay. May 9. lsT-t. at l n'i-1 n. a. m. d riai-l.lay. wlti'n au-1 whre all pirtit-s latere 5U-.t ran atti'U.1 au.I Ims hear.!. JOHN Ii. Mill K. Mav o. Au.iit'T. SiUNKK'S SALK. iy wriiu uf an oner ut nT thf ;-nrt f O.rtniiv-u J'li a." nt Seinrr-pt Ja., Tn mv .iirr'-ttM. 1 U1 cxi"-t tn pii'iSi'' .-tie in S ':nrt't b'TnULjIi. i:U Kri'iay .May Jti, 17., Tl.c fnilw in 4 real ctar, iat? tl-o irttH r;y tt" J.-.-hh H. Pi-. i, iz : A M f nun-I !ttnt Li S..!iit-ri; ir. Sr m f'T-:H i 'uiimy, 1m un iet! on t lie ;.i-r. hy A. lii-aii-l Ju!m ILulliniiii. on the w.i hy aKm. Stiifzinin. "ti the nr.rfh hy Wm. H. K.:it7, n the vuth by Main i!rrt. h.iviux tnn-- n err. tol a three Hf'-ry lri-'k lint c an ! a twn !t-ry Ir.uu-r:a-k hiiihliua: aitachi-it. a ;iril ntht-r nui huii-itii. Torni.- 1 , i:i 1 . in fi ni'.nth?. fin i thf hatjin iu t iie ur w;'h rt j u,c " !" f-'icl May.-. e-miuu-ii'V at 1 !. .!. K. WAhi KU. A.Miriu'C a x x o ix v : .i i :x rs. I'an-fi Vit- wi!! p!T-e noi: that n antv ii'iiv-nn-t! will r in-, r- I ut;i'- p:ti i iij liuViiinv. Kivh nil-.irs nilt '-et'lL-.rc i '.'.rail aiiiioti i.'enn-:it?i fXei'ptfnir I"f th' niVu-v t l!rvlT i f the i'tKff, (ur w.ii -Ii ti:r"e i-rs ill I ' !i.n j. -tl. HU C(J'Vri.i S. W.'ll'. KOONTZ. of .S..IIHT"' t ! r ui il. K!iSKX.TK. E. I). YUTZV. i! lr!:i: h ir -U-'h. A ! ir-.-'" nuii:i-"r nt tv '''iuMe i ? ? :" i j ..1' S' i;:-cr-r t uhry. r-'-ptN-i fully r - i n-.- t.l i KnX hv a -ir ;- r ailhfi'-'Ti'-' 'ntho 1 rr --u ?m nj ;)' K.-jni' li--in piirty. . WaiUi-r will he c.ia.i.-tl t- a iiurr-iit iii-n t'-r Sr ite S-iiati r. He Uv-j. s liiin sclt tt.a! i:i th"' i-vi-':' d h ii.-i-'ina' t -n. mi I ?"i i ttiii'itt ele-'th n t'T hi? 'Ih.tT 'i;'.er.-j. in ue a I h inenri! in r";-' ii'tf n H u. h lei-i it i i: k ; has ' him ty t. :;r-re-i.rv LiMn th.-riti:iii'l us s.ihtrv nth '. utiil will eiiiif.ivor i" the nttnnst "l' a'-il!-i.-k'i-are U !iei'-ii an 1 'n -i:ii'M ! h-ui-i M u. M .NV flllZLSS. AS? i HLY. We flre atitlmrL.a t- atim.un.e ill- nam- "f j Jhn Mittti.iier. nl Vi.innah -nin Tt. a-a i in ii- , .i-c Ii-r the i-rri--e tl A-.-i-:ni'Iy. .-u 'i-''t : tt:e !e- ! i-isinn nl the K-iui:iieati i-riiii iry t-h-.-t i ;i. A'-;r Ad 1 Wt' an an' horurd t- ano-Min"-- the n.ttu. iiri Ui"n V. Sw tI?.rT, nl lj ritn.-r I . . :i a i-;ir.. undrr-j f" the iTii ot A."mlil si:hiTt tniln'.i -II atiut the Kepuhlii;iUi'rmaiy ei'i.ij u. nl .Si- K. J. MKYT.ns, Ot" ilnp.'HVll. Kor Asxw.uhlv Ahi.i:x s. wax. ..f -inr..r I Tap . I'OK A.K.llhl.Y. J. I). MILL I ill. ol .itilA.r I fni., ASSI.MHI.Y. Wm. KNDSLKY nf A hM-1 1 Tiwy!tifi. A!SS( H 'lATK Jl'lMj;-- We iiurhnrif in nnnnunro A I A .Mr.l; SirrXAIAN.nl S'lMcr-et irnM-li hi ii- date f-r Ao-iat; Judical the en.-tiinir Vvi'M irv Kh'-'.im. Mn. :imtor. The people want ann'hirncw raudi.Ute It A-3, !:ite J i.iire. Ftej.- a;;.i. ';.ice the natne id i'. (' a a .-Mi it aide per V M-'iri:Ti. nt S'"tii':r.-ev T'..';r( n fnr that i-ili-e. We are au: h ri: siah Mnwry a? us ?Ut-' t t tin- dt . i eh-ef inn. :i d tn a i:i'. nm'fj the r:ui:e :t Jn i e-.iniiidjite t--r A'-'K'iiite Jadm-, -i -n m t'-e ii. pul-i!" an pr.iiiary We nre aip-htTtz.-d ninifiMire the iinoi': 1 A. Tariier, nf s.i'i.mjt Twp h-r the nHj -e f -w j te J Iji'lje, .Illijerl t': till d'M-i-(ll -d' it; J li, piiWiiM.l 1 pri:i!.try ii uu'y enowiiL-.u. '. ;! id UiTi. t n -ntir.it d hy y- ur fceariy nt pTt a h itiur iH-i-iifi- n. a V:im, i !ut? .r A--MM-i.ito Jal;c. truly th.thkful hr lie- :uue. I I'lh'f iitydi aiiu nti a e.m.li-ian; h-r the ;imo i. !!. -( iiijr flKire ur en-'ir.it i. n hi Wi-ur-tn- m$ nominal infi at the efiftiiotf I rim irv eh e-th-n i'AMiii. Smrn, 1'tMii; MliKCT'iIi, tU iJlULt'T' 'K TilK Vi Mil SAMTKI. .SNYDKIi, of !'!n".r't Tu--.n!iii. Wi- ai" li'T.z. ! tn nnn. m .1 XI ill; wai. Thi;. i'l S..m.'1-.'t I'l.. fi uiiili'lu- h r tlir !. tft ll -..r It-iuxc liln.i w -i f. 'in.nx ' lx "t -.tn I..T- .1 r... : Wit .it i:v t (v Mis.-.il ,,'Kii. YOI X(i IlKMfYh. I u.-:rrt t Ti'. .11 ii V ci i.'l mssiu 1 iy- JOIIX WINTKUS, il S. in rs.-l Tu0"li!p. trv.i .11 KY - -iMlssi"Xm. ciia?j.k:s t. nrxTEii. of fStj'.iu i ut Tp.t HENRY IVlcCALLUrVI, CARPETS, 77 Fifth Avenue, Prices t he rti.nl lj 1876. pring GREAT EEDUCTION -IN I'KICKS 'f-- BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS. The .Host floods Tor the Least Money. ViU iml hlynniiiie our Stools'. Orders fillet Prom II 'it. .L IL HOUELANl) & Co., if.iiiiifaeHirtrs and Vboli-le Oi-eier.. "5U siihI 35 Wood Ntreef, gJTTSBTJRC3-S:, IPA.., J ' tr A 't nrf is' tn rut . y o I . r N T A K Y A ! ; . k x t ,lunl:;i ai-mnmi-nt his i-ii:n-. ..u . r al in 1 f T liil ..! ih .,,.( s.,.m..n . iH.Ml,i!rli!ili.-. wiin-t 1,4- ti - !.:,. , ,., r-r.'.lltt.rs M Irt.- i-l Sm t-itu.m It.;!,, r '. th ph.r.; Ill Ir'ii-.l :.. !. ,,,, s ,..., ' j'. it! mM M awn! lo -ill a?.,,.,r' Vh'' ;.xwi jf - ...... - 'iimm. .1:1 ni.ik kii..wn he " 1 ' ', -iiir a "r r-s.,u,r t lv .MayVT. 1'. at the h .!. i.f S-. ni..n H .K. r i-' Ji li.-rs.iii Ti , -n arhi.-h lit n:i:n-. ,!,, f. B ,j ait'H'l at .miiI 1' h-r .nrt r i-(.:Vn,. r!t i K'.t. H KOLY ' ,y..W. A-ianv- Y UIJWTAKY A-sn;NMKNT. mii.irv rt5.-!'ji)if-ii i-i nir i.r ihe l-uit of cn-U-tr. I hfrlT i;:v ntit' to alt iHTsflf litfir i lniitt 3:iinf -Ui ! tniH M!o1!it to prrct-n: thitn !tt'y iiuthr-nti'-silfi f me at my iili'- :i lny i( It, 1 6, mi. I all ;tritfA wlni lan PjT Hill I Hilt. J AS 1- vi ;h. yo l u n r a 1: y a ss i i j x m k x t. N,,:i,T I ln-r-ln- uWrn thu' M vrrin i: ,t, ... i N..:i.i- U hrr.-lii- atvt that Martin llik. tji; I "irvi ountv. I':i. ( i.. ..1 S..mrri Tp . i.tf -i ..1 i..iuiii:try a.--ii;Tirnr-rir, h:lT" a.-im-i .iil the rt-. rvil inn r. il. ,.i th jfu-fyi irin l::ik. t I.. 1 hi- mi I--sit-nct. In trii-t i,.r h- lin iu ..I tin' rr.siiir.rs ol th? ii.l Martin Knk. r. VI (bts ii ilirl.re iii.! Lu-.i i..th ukl Martin lii K-r, Dill ui.ikr p.iyiilIit I.. th ill. I a-ln. ai- i irvM. 11 n iiijc riatniM . r .li'iiian.-.s will Biai. ku-. nit lull w i - ii. 111 .iciav. .ii a w.n. KrrrKu a;.rI2 OLUNTAUY ASSIUXMKNT. .fi -o la in iii'l F.Juj. U I avhisr ma.!i a v. !- i'V l!.M. .1 II.-.I I if -ji .1 ,v ..t A;.nl. I "7.i. ut tli.- ii 1 .If ail tlin p.t.'itc, ri-al ami p.-rs..nai. ' Laiar. f.'r lli ..m iil ( hi i n I hit.-, t nT'i. u'lie i;-;ne M afi prr-ii jnlfrl ti ii i J.'S.-- l-rut t ink innne.h.tf pivm-nr tn n., iu.iitlime lirt-viiir oI.i.im-i aam-t him tn.r' H-m the .-anic -liny jutl,-n;fa!t; 1 l r ."firt.-un ut to mi'. Z.U HAKIAH T- I.fiii, A ril Avinn.'', i?x EC n o i;s . ( rtiv k. 1 A I uf tilziNf-th S.--Mr. late Mu, r i i (. It'.f-r titaiurntary n the a'vc ci:i;e Iiavt;!j t'tr'n rr'iiitM t- tit nn !fr-im.f.l, n -tit-c In it'l'V icivt to ttitij intlei'ti'.l to it f. m ik- :in-tn-U:iie p;iyni''iit, uut ihnM havuir -I:iini i i ,tt it tn pr'-fn: t ht;n ihily aiith'iui ait'.i t"r'fi' tn nt at th- bti rvt i m v vt t!c n.--l. . n I luir d;iv. Mjv i.;?. JOStCH WILTIMI'T. aprl-' hxtouti.r. A P M I X 1ST R A TO K S NOT I C K . L-mie "f Jvlin Umiij' late ...f (-..n.-inani-h Tp.. ceoasv.l. Lt-tfrti rvf .!mIii!.-tr.i'i.'H i-n the ah.tvr rotate harmir N-i-n irranlr.l lo the ut!'i'.Tii:iiist. n.iM. in h.'n hy uivfji lo lit.c iii.Ichti-il N it t.-niaW.- niifi:. '!:ai payment. ai:-l iii.-e liavittx i-!a:ni a-ain-t p. ;.i pri'-cut t iii'ia 'uiy mifhi'mi.-atf.l t..r-.-lth--Im-liL on Satnr.biy. tlie -7th ijay nt .Alay, l.Tt). at t'le latr ri-i h'll.-e f ai-t .iec-i-.-.t. JOHN llliiM S. Jr.. MUS.KS Till I.MAS. April l.. A-iuiiiii-trat'-r.. A i.- DM I N 1 ST R A TO R'S N OTIC 1 : nt S.i:nu?l J. Rh i'.., late nf S 'tii'T. -t (p.. 'Hi-e-ifl. l-Ui rs t a-fmini--rsiti-'ii en the aNve .. r liav iir hf t-n a rant p. I tn ttir nirit-ritriH'-l. intiii-t- .a h-rchy arivn tn t h-e ifi'h'!:e l tn ir t m tkf i:inn -tli.it e "p-iynviiT. an-t ln.r havir -lain'? aui inf it, t prt'cti' 'hrni miiy ;tt iatit isi;.'il Ut ruitirniffii, ;t I. tte -r';,l-ii,-. i.l .v.-)';i-f i , !) atiir!a. 1H I.K 1 HKKKKY. A Smini-rrat'- Mice lo Contractors Mm. w lit W r-' ii ie In the tl;i y. .11 a v 1 t-r t!.e iu - i .i St-!; n't k p. in. 1 I'. riin iiii 3 in viz: 1 ri -.1 ! Kx'iiiati n. St-ne waiN ur - im-v h.fiui'i.Lr .ill f!i:tf''- V.n- k wah- :ti ! pi.t-t-TSn-' ; ; al ma rri 'a r--iiTs wrrk, liriir ;t!l m s.ti:i-: 11 ir ' ir--. ;i..- i'.tirr-. an-i 1 ihiiii '-". All w-irk m h--.fiiii ;n ' I lib'. rrri.il I. r I'.iiiiipi v in :i'- c- r lan.-e with pi m- atnl -K-t ;ft.-aii.ns wh: h -.fn i:"-n aj.i'K -i;i.n t-i Mr. 1. A. Ilrul.. iTMri'lUi ii. Kri- iis j.'r, nn aiul itM-r :;r I. Iv7t5. lii-i- ti.i iti in rc-ive ( h-r th-- May hu:l iiuii. Aii hj i-1 m-l.i i-- h-jolin -t 1 -r m, I r-'rii'tviiii: '-'t i hiiil'ihi. Hi '-5 dr t tic Vtvhv w -i k ;i:u-l .s;Mvi'v wl.rTl tr r n s itue itx !j hi.iiti i! in M Hnil Unz. nf term. The hnarl r -s-rve i'iu rmnt.nt re ) iii-.r an v .tjiII hi-ts. Hy '.nlTnt lw mf nf hir p; r. J AC C. HliUtt. V:t;. r. r.irv. OI.I' N T A U V A S S 1 1 j N M I ; I . Wiu. H. .J.rh.tr' wile, t Mi If. rd Tp. Siiier-'! t '. Fa. . ha inif made a ;nnniary :ia- i-!'i.i":it t;- on-, hy dM'd. datei- lay d Apt il. 1 'Tti.iti" p 1 1 ;:rt.r;l. p'r."'t tl:ia I mixe 1 1 .t;d W II. i lerharrt.i-T the ' m hr i hie 'p-.:i:um I ii r hy eii'.ti-t to all per'iu inhhred tn Wiu II. vii-rlnrrt. tn taiLt U immediate p:itifiii tn me, illume h.iv ii; el tit:: :t;;i ti't tnin to pre ut tt.f-'o ;nly :iuh:nfin:ed h-r wftleiiit-nf to me. ut i.iy P'id'iit in Mi i Ih-rreefc Tp. ui Saturday, tht i 7 1 ! i il iy d June, i7f5. JHSIAII OKKH KTT, Mu v AiiK-e. E XKCL'TOUS NOTICK. hJLatc of li ax Few. late of SLnny Creek Tnp., dreeaf1!. Jrtum twramntarr on the ah.vc estate having len uran!d tn tlte npderiirned. ntii ts lier.'Sy if'ven Tthn-e iihleNel t it to make irn-uu- li.tio p ivnii'or. and thre having riahnff a-iin-t tt. I'u jtn'nt lh.Mii duly ant ht-nti atd h" ?:LUui:it at the late r'idi-i'd d teaT'M,un Krid ' v. J;ne A. 1 17. SAM t KI. Hi, May ;. Kxei'iunr. ;UJNKKS NOilCIv .Ia: i F. -le; . havli.s exiviitt-d a d-ed nf olutitary Aihiij -ut to him I-t the U-iirnt nf Cn-iiiior, N'Hii-t? Is ht-re'.y iv-r t all p-rri-ni hfirjret:.iiii an I ac-unl w iei h.r ol ro-rl -r otto-n! t tn precctit thn tn f.-' du!y an' hen ;tl td. at o.y u.'li-e nn nf lK'fre S;it:d y. June VitP A. U. 1 at lm:h tttue there fie A Ui'efiii ni all the erediinr. JAS. L. Ff till M.;y hu Ac-mnt-e. A DM1 X I ST P. A TO U'.S X O T H'K . iiteof ..e..! U. lite of Hint Tuwithiii, i'teeaul. Letter f adimmirafin .n tbe atva etatai i.itv ii. im -t-n zrnnted tn the -iiiderii:ned, u-diee u ii!-;''; )irtn to tin-- unhdited to it tn in:ike umu. ili ite p-iymnt, nd ti'naK ha inehiiui a'xaiul It to pf-ent thnintluly luth.-ii! ieatett lor tfi'ttifiiu nt nt tne la'e re-ndein-e ,d d-H-tip',! on Thursday, the l.Vh dav nf Jmip. A. 1. !-.. 1AV 10 J. SUA rt'KK A lu'.iiii--tmi'r. M.ir Hi. IDITOK s .NOTICK. 1 .M. , 1 M.i'ihiilK.-r. , In tin-' -nrt ..I I -..min. n I'll';!- f St.Mi.Tet i'..l!litv. x.i. ir, AjTii r. is?, fc. ii. u- .1 lin Klliii.tn ! t.:i!'i K.mIi. 1 ii! i 1 1 u ii- . ; An 1 .-..a t. mil. la i.liu U C r-ll-.m. t -rI, lvr. the 1'i.urt an Audti.r. tn di iri'-'.te t. l.ni.1 in lot. h.in l- 'd the lnri.i tnanan oi; t Ui - . i ; IV einrr i'dtKretii. ' K"rtr ft. m tfn- K.-enrd, i 1 1 t hi- day nt April, . V. 4. KOtiSKK 'i'h .ii' lei -it:.' -d Au'iitnf. hrid'y uiwes t, -ii- pr" 11 4 i::'f-r ih.fc! lie tt;.l m.-i't t!.: ;'.( M - a;i ii-r ' ' e uyi iiduieut. ar hi? ui !:. ii V an t Fa . nn T Ir.ii.-hi v. th- i,th day ut Mi. , h'u and lilie.e aii t r ta;, alte,td i; t;:itik 'inwr. I, f ttrI,IltIlV. Aunitn. 5 toO uy at home. Simph-rf rt-rth Sn.NMi & t'., ft.rt land, uiar1 .Maine. OKM '.'V. tn K P. KOVVKKL. (.. New fciY-irk Inr Pamphlet ol 1 0 p.iei. .niit;-ihn l!-t ni .i u neni-i;irfrfi, aud iciiunti'! "ii'-win vf. ol -idv.'rtip.rnr. iiiar PITTSBURGH, PA, illllO to till. Trade. 1876. mar iu. q ui IVi !u. i-70