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A f U (7- w HENttY K. WEST, Proprietor Editor. ' ! i's'wj s'U no imj ft::? 3" dtfleld. Jnne 19, 1878.' iv pmA uditJ io .iiJtsi- ft A.,janjQne9j,her3Kjinw)n. ofjhands,.. 'Apny.jpf ptatwje may, Beyer,." A nnlbn of lakes,0a union of lands, v : And tliaJLAQor ouaJJwioB KoBtvr l" m i I I 11 ' ' 'J 1 tfUilA-d ."S 'T rail. .oasrjnai'i n-trt so H ... . . ,. n illil fcli Ti'Tii fc3Ci:iijn"oa"fci ll .7i9Hm Jfl-nrw Diibcftb'i03llTltY, Ticliet. ' V ntUtai 7rT X'ynhiMB CBtnmtsiJaner.ni: ni. ft aafendoraeisent sn:j s'-.u n-, & W- kjBs'aiAaoTiiiOf fcH&wer.Jav.,bVejhinn. oonttrjehtly 'eltoffeditont tCJ Of Hi n 1 f 7).!;''. rX3Qregon,rleclsia,DesnQcratic Con JfesUsifai and'ategiMatr wlrictptyi efe'cf ieBacramoBSnklof Rail for A .' . I ' f.;.'ifnof)p 'jtTTht Repnbti'ckn dommejits bat Is an pnml$igat?A 49n,keyuorJaUA;tf injr hTm9elf tabs anght at.jt A r.-:t 1 eess shonld be,aa rgoodcas'iit can be Gosernpr, oArjasona- j The path7; flnaef.U grtwinf oUl,-and lssaid to-be Wrjrpd6'rt.,' oi pae. t:if f. h.is - i,1,. .- . "... ....... -orBefdfe their State) Convention the CThIo'r Tteboblifcans were d'mpntfng as to : wnetner thej shoutd endorse Hates oi QU now ihcyi arejdijrratbig si to whetn they4idior oot.lo Unii nds '.;! w.-!?f 'rvtr m.r --.'p' J3T.W'hRs':)tha,:ev.i4encft iaponplosive la amar Je base It m thorcasloau for .the flefentlanl'acoQirtd'lo pftad tnsantty WeeicuBes staadef:fVrli JiittHtwVare jerlV is dQtredTtaraeHW'amrn jbstiafipp tlat the, ( witness MAQeiy 2ji: aprmtmeBfcitOj ojQicft aUha paine trait-that ha received anrJ ceaa to go fafcfc fad Ihvestfgalln g Committed.' ' "jtg-xhe EepuWkan platform-makers re firvof thves'trgatrm: aiaa abi p-oiaee, getf .jighdAwq, tQ busa ness," dear, oh dear, how these fallows do rcijrOfwQr's.e when BepahUdana re: WeTftkte'pjatf6tin''kljoiri'revola-. ll'dnt1 anaV3exanliati6n;ifiey;' rW 0Awmk,ajd Brflilaeacn .ptherbra itjs bopel fhat.ajjy Pemqcyra wj9 may to present iwitl be too polite to: . 'teii any .ftftdjour maaneri, boyb. ai t:!iWhathe Eepublicaha i honesfly ihhikf AheJexican'revdintiOn busi- Jlowiogrjexlract from an interyiew by he - JTrtvfrW a dt ! new'spaper 1 m&n cri the eve'frnir netoro tte Eefenbllcaa 8tat Con- rj -v.i utOiA ,y:i:J .i!.' iiai i u .veniioa: . ' . . .d4y.hatli , yt) 4q,abppt ;he Pplter jlBTestlsaUp&n. i- uu-. ;,.i i,...f,..vi i3iiQi sppposo.wa mnst aenpnnce.'re IjbJfj j. see oSfWihk ipd smfle st ench ,vnrhite weys-doing itryoa '.mustn't jfWe caa'fc approve 4f every thing foM toy the Democratic branch of Con jtreafc especially when their acts happen onii tv09, .PIlC!Mi Platform badngo; some tiprtop campaign talk about "revolntionizing".aidi 'Mexican- .izlnff," jind jufit as the editor got their pencils ebarpcneiyo ej)Tntge,over i,.an nnfeeJing nd'.iaijLCcmnittee ; by,Ay6ui lot toU 'dwDped ;lke f whole Qfiness NMfT tfie"tarbi5er'1)afte1: of played dnt tawatcpmmitJwaa ervVerybCon- ri in it jarThla Jtlifl.way aomerpf, the rtele 'catHt-'the;OTverrt,io wbick ndoraed 3'IJiYv 'UtWnioA 'of m tttttoin !'7 little ia eirery; eiaof the Word JWa j!ig,plcp' i8 thaiiie was flQicg as trgb a 'fldorsfi''riu. fiot mcb:'fbr ahYOMi AnoGie an ex Laey tenant Goxfor, . Aaids - ',c f1f was arJseatcd W nigWi and Jtf fitfed fv a r)?e2fer8'clotht(s stof- ed with atraV.ih'ct wiry would be bct - ter off.'V ---- , .i .. . Gvil Service Metf larjganppga, tp.,?rlte made, or as bad as it can be made. The fjjo n1jiicnaVorin !sra iJccWa 'JAatyenVlTat ' men3aW 'thVg 'i$ taaklng, C' Fbb position as.xOu ever iqienaca mm iu uij when M Wa disti'flg'ouf commissions to flntarles'iind oarddnuii 'crlmlnkla oat of the Jreniienjury.' t au ue b tor. Tobacco If. sit not high lime 'that Xbe tobacco deiiera of EftstnTn Ohin were takino i , - - y7- r o some action (fo.Uie protection of their interests AJid the interests of the grow ers? The prodacers get almost nothing' for their labor, and the dealers year after year are losing money on their invest toentsyrl there no rcraedy (or this, and fcuaf'tji ConUnuet Vm(Unic Tisltatlon of Providence gives temporary relief ? Grow a less amount," Is the remedy usually proposed. But in the first place there seems to be no means of prevent ing the planting of a large crop if the 8ftwaiaf4Viy:aU ani inho second place, It is not at all certain, nnder the present Bysterntaspold be an adequate remedy for the unremuneratlve prices. ,,T ttiU. ,...)T 'Take as aa example, of .tyis system what arftknpwn, as the French graces of tobacco -fend haw is the market price in Batlimon fixed ?By the-cost of . pro anlctiop V VJSTaT. B'y the 6sl;tfl the deal er ioB'By',dj'e, qsual, controlling law in commercial transactions, t the . law of supply and demand I ; No, .or at moat but partially. ' ywr- tr vtv-tt : -i ; .The ' French: government,' which has St monopoly of the trade. In. the tobacco consumed! in Fxance,-advertises for say 7000 hogsheads. This 'amount i ta the ,11. , it mm mi mu 1VUVU K 1 BUOT. SpecuTatots bid "against each other for tipiitrac'and'.,iiC Is .awarded to loweet bidder. rTnie year, the bia.accepj- by ''the French got ernraent is abotil five dollars' per' hundred potmds: -l f" ip a- iMQW wnat is luq resun f ah, iue urai era .accept this as tbp price of. that kind oC tobacco after taking, from it a per- centage' to thtf ; cohtrictor. v.They look i blue,' and coniplnfn, bat submit t it as hve'vitaDie, and prepare Jlp aoffer ahotheV oas n -ijurthermoTeVthey. niakft n'p ileir mlads -thati. they most next year farther cat ffowri1 the prlos loathe' prddaceri' Ji Sift is (his tame eabmlsston,'thls.' open- mjj pf: their :.pockbpoksrto a foreign monopoiji ths best and wisest tUing that can ' ne done ri must, tuese spenniators continue ' arbitrarily . to ' fix the pries of tobacco,1' regardlesV'o'f Ihe, cost ibf pro- uuoMpp 3anf ; , regardless .oi wa. supply . If so! tha f.ultlvation of. tobacco, would, better be abandoned t once and forever.' I J1W years'ago 'the French cotitrttct was taken at ab'ouVSft oer hnridred. one ymagoVa'tj hjs;ea.aj ipr less.' These eprxuUtoia,oLlong asihe dealers Submit," make their, per cent Joat a5;7eadiheri'ihey:bid;flv rfollars ks wfien they P'n1... the same, next year it in competing'w'ith cach.7other,lhey bidit dowa lo-foutfad f Tfnwn." 'Anwn- il '' fa tmA&. and'drtwn. doinrn will ga"unU,H meets a determin ed tesiatanco. on tha . part of dealers- down until the dealers with one accord say to these contractors) 4GentkmenJ ll ; lases . I wo o maite uargaiu. - iuu have boenteliingJ'ns "heretofore what you will give; ,aow we (propose to leu.you what we will take.':. Give,-us . a price at whieh wo-'1 can lira and the growers can live, aid' ybaf can have our. tobacco ; ir not, BU your jcppir act u you can; A firm stand on this ground will bring the contractors to terms. They msy:get their fingets burned this year, but they1 will fceep; them ; out of . the fire next. They will undersland ithat they inust base theiri J)id.OT . a, fair pTipe to the grower and a fair profit to the dealer that they can.' no longer bay the crbp ad just what ever they 'choose to pffer. :T r'' '-"'ji ,,wow, ..genuemen jaeaiei a, wnen. 4 wiu y oo begin to j protect - yqurselves ana growers f i; Is there any excuse forrwaiai ing until vou and the growers are eatett up'J. ''JyfP.VtipOf' jdoir' Interest now; JLs.Jt jaot.he .partor common prndence to- hera? and aowialljui em, phatfe '"halt f' ; to this '-grinding down of priies,'' the soie?benefit of whfdh iPPrues p.foreign jronppplista? , ..t, . ; ,t A nmeeting oi. tna deaiersjn conven tion, and , an agreement to. fix fair prices. artet considering carelully autaecircum Btapcea and surroundings, and jtben a do- terminea aduerence to those prices,,e,ven at ; the cost ,of aomej ioconveniejiee, ; will break down the. present intolerable svs tern .(forever. vjThls., can be done. as euc- cesstnllv tnia vear and now. as it can af- ,ter; you ,balj have been robbed, for, two as:, impartial , aa any of the great dailies, and certainly-shows no disposition to do irjjustire to the administration.' Yet it d'oea not .fail to see somicthtng extraor dinary in the jfaict that almost every man accused of connexion with the Electoral Frauds 'bas 'recei ved favors from the President' and iiisf friends and the fur ther fact that mftstbf these tn'e'n were not favored . because tfJ&gLxl jnerjts. l!tThe only, credible reason that can be assigned for most bf these favors'1 is mot at all cfeditable.' o those 'who bestowed them, ."the ..JETeraf.qoes pot' inclncl60HKKAN' sod Matthews in its list, but of the oth ers says: .iZ-.v.'j- '$'. !-,: --'V vrnti- Ji Grant that Messrs. Noyes Stonghton and Kasson were proper objects off res idential faior ; surely the same thing can not be said ef Kellogg, whom Mf. Hayes' friends allowed to - get another man's seal! in the Senate ; or of Packard, whom he has made Consul to Liverpool ; or of Madison Well", wliotn he has retained la office at Kew Orleans! or of 'Anderson, whom he made virtual Collector of that portfiwr' o1-Whartoti',-! whdm'he made Marshal of Louisiana or of Stearns, whom he made Comteisi6ner to the Hot Springs;' or of McLin; whom he made Jlidgc In1 New iMexic;-oi'iof Cowglll, whom' he -made Marshal of Florida; b of George L. Smith, whom he made U u lector of New Orleans, because hie was the friend 'of Anderson' and was satis factory to Madison Wells i or of Hugh Campbell,' whom be made attorney of a Western Territory; or of Mark", a Lou isiana elector, who was made collector bt internal revemie at the same time that he was snhposiaed by E?pnb!icans td testi fy before the Potter Committee -J or of Govenj concerned td doubtful elieetioa matters in Florida, whom he mode con sul 1 or of a' multitude of other men, pet ty politicians of damaged reputations in Louisiana and Florida, who are stuffed into custom houses and Washington bu reaus.80 mat every etep in the Potter in quiry tnrns np some new man of the ill- jomened crowd.who has been "taken care -uf " as the phrase goes. Something: About the X"Tlie Democratic party agreed to ) sarimit me queslton or wno snail oe ue-i ;lclared President to tha Electoral! Coed mission. Tue Commission decided In favor of Haibi and the party tB.m'orally; bound td1 stand ftirly by the spirit jof.iU agreement, and leave Mr. IIatss in pos session of the office. But the Democratic parly did not agreer that fraud and perjury andforguy alionid become the highest recommenda tions for lucrative appointments. It Is bound by no agreement to silently ac quiesce in the making of "special cases" of the- grea&st pcfmpsj for the b.lghc'sf UlUSi AlTSenator Matthews, the .great St ARi.r.T,. v the .. "visiting ptatcsiBsn" pour excellence, the power behind the..tbrone at Ihe White House,' peremptorily deT clin'es . to c go before the Committee and testify as to what be kos Regard , to the Louisiana franiU.-.1lfte.aeeks.to.hi4e behind his Senatorial privilege, and, refuo ses' to' obey -'a 'aubpeia ;ijsued' by '-the Spcaker'of die1 House V;t vf?: YVIUT 9r -. The whole country, will very properly treat this refusal as a plea of .guilty," ;; XGibes without; norabcr haV lieen poked at the Darwinians and their mon key progenitors,.. but decidedly the fair- est hit vet mtiflPl m1n h" i5iSQ4p ,91 Uiiicnester, ,who;.a,fef days since commenced bis sermon, - ,.,;- 'Oh" ye men Of seiencs, leave me my ancpsfbrs In Paradise," an1 " I will not grudge yoa yoursln the aoologicaj gar dens. isos ?. rrwuiu Democratic State Convention. TO THE D EM0CRACrOF OTnO. mot. Statk Cnt! OojoftrrRa Room, T CoLtmnua, Ohw;. iray 16;1378. i:' J At neetina; of the .Demooratio State Cen tral Committer oQhio. held in the city of Co- Inmtmi. Thursday, Jfay, 18, J78,"it was . r solTeJ that a State Convention be held dn the 26th dj of lone, 1873, at H'o'clook ' Ki at the city 61 Colambua, , to aominate iha fol lowing ofiloera, to wiU .j-r.nrc, . r F i beereUtrvoftaU;.. , .. . , . ., fudga of th Bupretiie tettrtf " ' "' ' ' ' 'Vemfoif&ardtfmiib' '' The following' reflation wasaddpted fixing the ratio of representation: , -1 : Rmlml, That the number of delegates to the State ypnvepuon, oe one,Xot each oountr, and one for every 'fivS hbtidred otea east for R. M. Bishop for GoTomor, at (he OctoW eleoUati in 1877, aid for erety ' fractioa of two hundred and fifty awl upward, and (hat. the delegates be, chosen In mitH manner aa the oomnuttoea p(i v- .. ji.i-.i.' ' 1 1 '1 i Undr' thia apportionment Jonroe 'CcmatT ben(itledoewh delegate' - - fr-t- u- iiiJt;..:.7i JOHNOrriioHP803r,1i,m. m Potter's fcettet toaiattlieivsVii, 1 Pottetr'B fcettet tp Matthews r i Th following'ts' a te of the leiter of Chairmatf "Potter to Senator Matthews, delivered With fhe snbojna:- ' a I - 'Qodsi'or 'RtssmanTcs.T WasHiKQTos, D. C'Jrine 1878- f Sis: I have the hdhbr tq acknowledge your letter of'the'Stri, awiining to sc cept the invitation of- the Committee of Investigation, &o , or tne urraso or Uep resentativeai appear, boforaihem. ; I have laid your letter befnre-tlie commit tee, but they have not felt at liberty to dispense with your attendance, and bsve directed that a subpoena, be issued to yoa by resolution; - of which I ehclose yon a copy, r' tut there is no putpose-or requir ing your attendance at a time that may interfere with your offioial dnties aa Sen ator, and there will be 00 the part of the committee - every disposition to meet your convenience in respect to the time or yoor attendance. t;. j ,. I baver tha honor to be very respept fully, y ojw, obedient aervanW jhia-.-,'? j.. . r, (.; .VlaMSOI a. ; jtOTTBB, w ,.. j ; i.-vu irj en r-unu ..ChAirmant:c.r,. j. Horn Stanley Matthewa. 6 i j t j I; sr! fas fepf tHk.I!fJ ti J .! ''.'The subpoeni borer tha data of yester day; and is in the castomary form, as fol- lowsr'-1'"'.,'5' lt;'-,i -v' To t. tl.,Tt6nipaoiC';8erge&laVTlrina,; or his ' 'Special; Meaaentfel t.: tfiYotoire-herebycommaBded to nm- moa oa.; Stanley Matthews, to be and appear before tha special investigating committee of the House of Ilepresenta-i livea, iotMBbich fibn7Clakson N. Potter is chairman, in theteehamber In the citv of Washington; Tuesday,: Jane 11, 1878, at ther Jior- of 10 a. ji. , then and there to; testify. -touching matters of inquiry committed., to said committee, and he is ''' J- .L:. '1 f- :2 - "ra -- ' noi louepar wjiuouy ic-vo, oi aaiy com( mittein! . . .-. V f' '.'.,''''' 'The'subpoina fla'. signed by Speaker RaudalljBiul jcertified . by the Clerk of .!,)--.- Hp Japanese Idea, of Hell. ; ;.u 'r-,,-ThsHewTotk Tribune. v One f the curious articles exhibited at Tiffany is a scarf of gray Canton 'crape, which portrays the infernal regions;: ac cording (0 the Japanese idea, ' The ecarf is nine yards long and a half a yard wide. The first scene represents Satan on earth seeking bew victims. The arch fiend ap pears as a sulphuric yellowish green de mon, with protruding horns, cloven feet, and a demoniacal expression, luring bis victims into bis' net, and plunging them into fiery depths. Tuey appear to fall ia- to a -nest of burning' scorpions, where they are tantalized by a glimpse of their friends enjoy tog themselves in a lake of cool .waters In 'the next scene, satan takes the form of an immense dragon with bis bnman victims crouching in ter ror at ' his feef .They - are mercilessly' dragged into court, and the judge is repre sented as condemning them to be tied to rocks and to have redhotlead poured down their throats. - i bey are then chased by hyena through a field of open knive&and other sharp: instruments; Tha victims are next portrayed as being; tortured y having their limbs aawn oa and;i being thro wn into a reaolying wheel of fire; ba tan next appears to be looking, nt for new . victims on a field of battle. . Some of those victims are made to hog ;reohot stove-pipes,; whtle Satan himself wkhi a smile is farming them. (Others are, swim ming in seas of blood, surroundad ' by laughing demonsf Others, stilt are seat ed in a caldron ofred-hot sulphur, having their tongueaipauefl outj Some are repre sented as carrying heavy, (burdens of coal and throwing it into the tire to burn new victims. Bis Satanic Majesty represented avfeedin his subjects with rice, preeumabiy to give r them strength with wich to endure greater tortures. li-ATisdy of the Sett. SAFEANciirjo,tJnnolO,--The British bark'Athelstob, 1st arived Yrorn New CosUe, warded a Japanese junk found drifting in mtitnde 48 0 north, longitude 144 0 ' wes) .Those livins were three sail Ors and One passenger;- found ' alive bat helpless; All the others eighteen in num ber, died of scurvyrexposure and etarva- tion, ", The jank left the Island of Josso on a coasting voyage; ' October 25tbr was blown seaward by a gale? November 17tb, and dismasted, einoe which time she had keen drifting about on the ocean. Platform Adopted by the Republl- cantf unto at Cincinnati, 'on ute lathiust, y "ist Tub principles of the epibli caaarty, its wiitten in the historf of ihe vfcountryi'?as specifically declared In : , ""rr . " ina nminniii t n annrm fir inn imn v . shed in defense of union and freedom, we hereby reaffirm. Second -To the soldiers who sacrific ed so much In defense of our common country therelsa debt pf gratitude- , ape which can 'ncvef"be fully discharged. The pledge made by the Republican par ty and by our patriotic people is a Dinu in? and sacred obligation, never to be forgotten,'. yevfr jto be iarired,vbutnp the" rnllest' extent to be fulfilled: Wt, therefore, denounce as unpatriotic, heart lesT'anTWaWus 'the acfbfThCOhlo Lezislature. iofrodiited bv a: deserttr, b6untyjn3gerwan(lr conyictf rki tended and caJctuaiea .10 oriyeicQin-.iueoi diers Orphans' Home thorphans and children fit deceased or disabled soldiers, 0 -Co ; rob ilicf wJdowk land families of sqch patriots of ; -jpg '-pittance paid to ihem bv the Government of the United States, and demand n-ronconaiuonai re nrn lon-ihavta 'i ;Thtrd-u.Tbe Baanciai-i been disposed of by. Congress, and the country at, preP, 9ee!1?.reP9?eJn. ?" aer mat . capuai mY ace uiyoimouii, and that'indusfrles may revive-thus5 In creasing the demand for labor, the situa tion:. ought r to-.be accepted, and we pp pos ;tnG, -farther agitation of .the; ques tion at th is ti mft f iT))pri""aitft 'uuuiu ui utuui man evu resuiH., m rwit J ' !a'Jl" .l.:t.ia - J I Four.lh'-r'rhe disposition, as exhibited by . conservative men in . the South, to oppose . revolutionary T methods on. the part. of Northern Democrats, as shown, first, in their refusal to oppose the con summation of the Electoral count, and mcye lately-; In,, the expression of senti ment ;in disapprobation of the proposed, attack , upon the President's title, is re ceived, as. a promising omen, and the Re publican of Ohio cordially greet snch citizens of the South as adhere in good faith to the terms, upon which the issues of the war were settled, including the Constitutional "Amendments guarantee'- ing eqna.cMl and polttical'righfs, free speecn, a. iree press, ana untrammeiea ballot td an citizens. Upon these condi tions' atone tan sectional strife be allay ed, and 'KelottoJ lines, which now sepa rate in.' a great measure the South from the North,, be obliterated. 1 fi 1 ;T!iah- A tahn for revenue should be maintained and eo'edjusted as to seen re incidental' protection to home' industry; True economy requires that the Govern ment ' should -make sufficient approptia liqn.tQ carry-forward the work on all public ' 1)ndi06s ' without delay, and this shonldrespecIaTly be the aim when the uppfj' of 'labor is In excess of the demand. ' The "raining interests of Ohio re'q'nire an rh9peetion'intelliofiUy admin istered, , and : we condemn the action of the" Governor tn prostituting that depart ment,'' the ' object of which should be to protect ilift' and promote the Comfort of miners, to a mere partisan purpose.- tv ' Sixth The 1 revolutionary movement ina'igurited ' nnder cover of investiga tion, but really ! as an attack upon the Presidents tiller calculated as ' it is to Mcxlcanlzfl the affairs of this' country, to canse ' general : distrust; to prostrate oar indnstries,' and sggraata and prolong the distress 'of laboring and industrial classes, we' unqualifiedly condemn. - Pres ident1 Hayes having been duly elected, and bis title subsequently settled under the Constitution, fty the highest tribunal, and by the act of both political parties, it cannot bo1 Questioned, and we recog nize in his administration the highest in tegrity and patriotism j the most sincere effort to promote political purity and harmony, and to secure general business prosperity throughout tha whole coun try. tv; , : Seventh The present legislature is a warning to the people of the State, and a proof of the dangerous . character Of the Democratic pary. .The majority, of that , body io an nnusnally long session, passed no law (or the benefit of the State, bat (tbeyrevoialipnized every State in stitutton -to make .places for Democratic partisans.; They j subordinated the wel fare tot the, insane, the blind, the mute, and : the, orphans to the interesis.of the Demooratio. party; ...... w - 1 EightbrrThe Oonstitution having nev. er contemplated more, than one Congres sional vdistrictina of the State during a term ef-ten, years, between the taking of the censnses,wa caudemn the recent out rarreoua and . uniast redistrictine.of the State by the, Legislatnra, in, violation' f asago ana av too. dictation ot speaser Eandall, ;bjt ivbich, on the basis of the Toto of.jtbe Jast; jPresidentiai, . ; election, when! 1 a maioritv of the votes cast was Republican, the Democrats would be en abled to carry lourteea out of : twenty Uongressmen.,., 'i'f GEItMAJTT. 'dl Oi SS-'U BiRttw.'J'nne ll.-A-The condition ofJ .1 Dr. Ndblingissd mnch improved that it is thoaght likelv bd will recover.1 - ihe recovery of ihe Emperor is progressing wonderfully.'" Tp-day be ceitebrated : the 49th anhivcrsarvof hismarriagf. '; The leaders of the National liberal party are here' for consultation and'to da termmeon a course or action. , iney oe' lieve that Prince Bismarck had determto: ed upori the disolutionof the Reichstag even before Nobling's attempt to kill the Emperor, 6r thatrhe would at least have reconvened the Keichstag and ascertained the disposition of that bidv. Their war cry will be like that of the French Re publicans in the contest with the ue rog lie Minfstry The return of the present Liberal members. vJ;- - ! aaii . , Mexican'Rcvolutiou.- ; ? ; 1 ,Nkw Oai.KAss, June. 11. -A .Galves ton News Loredo special says : A cour ier brought the news yesterday to ' the effect that Col. A,legria and 1,50 troops attacked 200 Revolutionists .under Gor sea Ayola at a place called Ixa Ladrones, forty miles north of New Loredo, . and after a . severe , engagement - completely rooted them, taaing many: prisoners .and capturing arms, horses, etc.... Many are reported killed and wounded , on both aides, but , details are; wanting... There was great rejoicing in. New Loredo on receipt of the above news. The revo lution Is regarded as a complete failure in this sectionV;' : ' ;; . : " ' " "i;'tK.T..Snn, 11th inrt-J' ;'i ..' f;''!' For Keptiblicans. i; f.it it is agreed; ha jthe testimony ta ken, by the Potter Committee completely demonstrates that llayes'a title is basd 6ft Fraud, can the Republican party af ford to carry him through the next Pres idential campaign) n.;, , . r .,, Qr, ; jl, the. proofs ' are , oompleted in season, can the .Republicans stagger un der such a load through the. Congres sional elections Ibis fall ?' : .'. .,' , ,i; ,Tbe Eepublicap leaders and, the, Re publican masses-will do well to. consider these questions yery 'aeriously, . , , .it; i.j j ",! t.i i;. 1 The "rats" ate the telegrams which pas sed .between the Hay s 1 managers ;; in Washington and the: visiting, intriguere In Louisiana, according to the testimony. The whole concern is becoming ratty. Talk of tlie Strike. THBlumbus Dispatch gives Spron!?! i enca Jo the following and thusr tacid j Touched for itaoming from a reliabM sourdei iJ N iabli i ? il Jl . . ft ThiSmornic . v w . i s Lmpaicn .repr.rvT met 41 well known railroad man who has 4 1: II - ..l.TT.II.JOl.. L iraviiing an Tt luc u I1116U OlDies waiCQ- ing the interests of railroad employes and learning their feelings in regard to the reductions that have been made for soma time past ,Tliil ijan is yolaosra. in reilrioad circles to j jjrecogaked is tha1 ring leader of the strikers. He was at Newark during the strike last summer, and was called on by ex-Governor Young to lowing mor 'die and not then nfitil the'ririirleaclr hdri been arrested,' "J AsKfrf bJpSrb'al 'le ' tftbqgbt ' vi mu iiuspccia luia duuiuici , uo iuiu tin; repprter there was fun ahead, .and before; many day ly. He s f days tilings frOuM 'be working nice- He saldrtbat tha 'newspaper .stories about t,he w'ficcls being PBtopped. on' the' "th tad no ronndatjon, lint the strike matters had reached Such' aRnrtsi's that ii iraq,iauic ly uciu aw aui uiuuivuit sun oniy requirep. some one 10 mape a oreas, and atl the roads would join 'in' and make a powerful effprt, as prganUsaUona" have been effected all over the country since the lasVatriW, atiflthir boys Irl'cTw'.lbout ' ' W hen iskefl Wflflo ttAny raifroad em- ployes wered.i8aatisQed he said that traius were run but no w with', all they 'can" poV sibly get over the rails, and:'the': conse quence is that when the. men get to the ent( of their ran they hsve'.to'liy Idle, for vTTU Vt uucu uovj ueiijro iuer , oave an other train but." He said ,thkt not" only railroad men; worild 'join In the "strike, but aisoiaQ miners, wno are put or employ ment by thousands.' ,'He fs of the opinion that the ert called Communists will stand back for a while, but when it comes to the nnal point they wui lend their aid,,and do PLYMOUTH PERSECUTIOjrS.1 ' Honndins Their Pooi Victim ti the ieatn Mr. Tllton Dropped from tne uoi w, out sue ones "scissors" ta.tta fcasfcf tl a.'.Ji.i,-! :'i )n cob- Nkw York, June ? 10. The''' Com Brit- tee appointid' to examine Into the charge against Mrs -Tiiton of slandermig . Jtev Hehry -Ward BeeeherV prefrtcd by Mrs' Barbara Walton', herd'a meeting to-night' The meeting was cdnduoted wrlth the tit- most secrecy, and lasted a little Over an houKn"V! !' .''A -,vi) ono pa ; ni; Mrs. TUton did 'not attend personally. She was represented by: her bonnsel,Ira D. Wheeler, and her brother; 'Joseph Btcbardsr- They broaght a letter from Mrs. TUtoi. which .thev-. handed . to Mr. TiJnev, the Chairman of the' Committee. i-T!l.U - J 1, ''Tfci lff. contained a reiteration' of the charges of aduttel'v ' against 'M'f.i'Beechei',' and statement ihat foe ''confession' published buuib uuia U fras ,riii.i.cu uj uqi, kiiu that in taking that IctWn 'she r:thonght she had dona right" She concluded, by saying thai she did,; not ; want 'to, nave any furlhef comtnuhfeatioa with 7 tne Committee.' ,'1; !,j!0; "'-:'' "Does Mrs. Tiltbn 'nAV'wfsri tp appeal in person before ' the :-Commrtxee and submit to an examination' in accordance with the'.rules, Or'td' 'submit!'Ome',-ievi dence In her own behalf F' Mr:: Tilney asked . Mr. Wheeler, after the lettef had been read.",No;,8lr,w Mr. Wheeler"' tart ly answcred,-nd Mr. ''Richards nodded, nil hnth Wt lh rrtftm i itlii -f n.i iru ' The Committee then proceeded to dis cuss the letter and the position of Mrs. Tiltdn. Her failure to appear personally and make her Statement nnder Oath was considered an acknowledgment' that the c&arge .which "she hsid preferred' 1 against her pastor, was false, and- Without much hesitatwri the. Committee1 ' determined to rfi-nn hfr tisfrif from 'thA roll J f .: 4-f :v-: 1 uJ THE INDIANS.. -. Consternatioa Awonff, the Settlers, Sa Fbakcisco; :Jrrne -1 j.'A Silver City, Idaho, dispatch says that tha In-3 dlacs at Jupiter Mountain 1 win oe aoie to-morrow 'td effect a junction witfaf those who have left" tne -aiainenr reservation1 and in connection with the' disaffected PThtes and-Shoshones; will bhmber about 600 effectivemen;1 v'c'v:'1 e-i-'J ' Thfl'r'dano-htir of old WihBemadorji' chief of the Tlntes has '-been 1 arrested in the Jordan Valley, while attempting torbngglti ammunition trthY hostlles. Sotne of the BannocTfrbave retarried to Fort Half. The' farfneTtf have 'deser-i ted their : homes' for ' a; bandred ' inileir BrotindJ".;'li''w 'tfw. 1 ;s?nv A Wtinnebacca'dispatcV says (Fort McDermot is only garrisoned by few infantry. It might be overpowered shonid the Indians Btfack Iv in ' force Many ' -refugee ' aettlers have gathered thefe tot protection.-: '..i-'-uiiti. ,. ui' .'.!, IIEItMAX'S FIXANCIERINO.-! -. tr-f-Ki! Ph. ii (o -?!ioje A Astonndlng- Increase ta the Nation? - al Debf-$14,000,Q90 A dded in a . . Single, Month. aii , , st: ilU ( WA8msGTaoB,Jnnel3HrSecretary She manand his party ' iaya ; oadeia i great parade of the wonderful andsteady reducr tion of the pnbljo debt .There U ona isysr tern of book-keeping on which.-a based, the handsome exhibits giyen.to the public and another ; which, contains the . bottom facts. Judge Kelly baa taken the trouble to investigate the1 matteivand ha finds that from May 31, 1877, to Mayi, ,187,8, the public debt was actually increased 75K 77,000, making an aggregate, increase .in interest oL 8609,260 This increase of the bonded.irflercet bearing debt, adds toj the burdens oCtbe masse?, and: pojirs. the swollen streams of interest into the same old pockets.; Dnrihg lat moifth; akne Sherman added tU.000,000 to the public dett, and this month he Will pile on more, . 3n : 5 w Pattiftiwglr Wegrajh, 13h ist-l : The Business of the "Christian Ad- n i'..-.1 i.nir ra.liiii4.il t:- Jiw iVXViSlia 81-..' VilE' ffl'l'i : 1 The committee of Methodist clergy . Mm men. forming the ,Poblisbing Coaunittee of the "Christian Advocate;! mtiA thia city yesterdav. 'jThe committee consists of Revs. C. W. Smith, A. L Fettyand J. A.! Miller,, of the iPlttebnrgh 43onfer ence; Bsve . WT.,p..BigneH, and M Hen derson, of ' tha-Erie;. (inference, rand Revs. J i;W; W, Bolton and A, , Hali of Uie Went Virginia Conference jEev, .. W.' Clarke waa elected President of the Board, and Rev AHall, Secretary and the three Fittsburgbcrs were continued as an . Executive, Committee f or,. the -ensuing year flha financial reports from the .business manager showed . thatj the paper had cleared about 81,000 during the past year to-tha. Conference named whose properiyr.jt iSjMiThe .committee decided lo. retain the present fdrce, f)f employes on' the Advocate,", "aid . fit tended to much routineboBineB'. ..j ' t On the 1st inat, the Erie Railwayprop-erty-was taken from the bands of the 'Re ceiver and transferred to the New York, Lake Shore and Western ; Railway Com pany which iS the newi name of this, cor poral ion nnder the' reeonst ruction 'with Iluah J. Jewell as President. and ailroad officials lor LJumeeting stjt irfe qvratui 1 rMefnct ii tom tuis man that on the followmz L:j.,l.J,iL.Jl..'l-.ij'' 'hffrSSU!' r Fancv or orsaauie dresses: are trimmed wuh TenciejBBe8 laie. n a a 1 ' Swiss'and muslin ietlesf ldged w "iU. iwi,..v... n j..s v go vuBiuiuco. The Leghorn flat, trimmed with wild flowers, are ihe favorite for the seaside. Irish point lace is very popular for col- fSgbltea, outside enff anr lalje collars. 4 np y fsxpeci td UiMorafcg'wraprkaeaTirlnes arrjB4l.ryf tcMr iJay, aM MfcJfMJ terlsivelr trimmed with colored embroi- tonon mf casa. 1 saw your veg-etiM reom j mended to cure Dyspepsia. I commenced aerT Bsing it snd eontlnned doing SMnd sm new A new pastime lor laaies is mamng car- Dgnres Ducbesse lace is the most' popular of fleimet wittTthe bflrk pleceJlcft off, and faduTnrtike.T5ekey'CapB; las Sas'a Vreatfi formed ofbirds :o large- that only tengwcre. tfcqtyed. to surround llje crown. ' J : ;' !Qut-a.wy:cqaf8j:tp1,be worn : wiAm suits, are mada long, enough to serve. as jackets with any drejAod in .many caabs they4retorastea!py fthr.eorI nc. bui . The caprice for fancy vests kcraases. StripMaiik yestaare-oBsi4ered gittr, brown, . with aatia jstripes :oirtha same iA' rfOvAfc4wW?utorron race il -'cal led doable-laced torchon and ; is "wltbbot a fancy design; resembling merely'- eyelet holes-with e; sUolIop'to finish" the ' edge.1; -i Pretty niahteVaremade npbn net fo'nn- d atl'on s 1 Mkt' are 'J covered ' with ro ws-'bf pleated French lac&T "TbeneTis Cut''t fit the shoulders' closely, afid the fronts are uiw'Vn4 'fii 7lwj,:,j;m I.. 'tis ntt j A mjJdp in.hoiweh64d;fiwrJ.aoi.'e.fie(W is the introduction of tidy buttons tot so fas, chairs and ottomans,. Xheyftk"eep tn, the tidies, and lessen tbeipqmpe of mas fcullneprofan etives.,, tt 'ti Thelscev wrap.(mP8tiUrgeIy limpqred is a ,f3paai8h mantle, (hat -my,jbe, ,wwa over ihe shoulders as a cap mflyf.be tied asa flohn.or may be thrown over the head to serve as a.colffure or as a.Spa.Bishj veil. Xba Uock trimming lices most' nsed this season oaVgreaadiae and oa-illk dres eea are- the .inexpensive - Spanish- blonde and:' French lloes.;' Tha!fipaniah -Isdesmponpnbilo attention. 1 ; have rich heavy -patterns! on'veryi 4hinj grodnds, and are very effectirenb : Thll5andAm)it flflfxia Hf Y'Mha, orenaf have insertiotrand pleated edge of French lace with higb? lace frills' around lb neck'; they are made to order in black! drape er in pafe blue with 'White Maltese race,' and cost J50 or 860, i v. tnevr. :.For.gr,la.!inJhfiir, teens,, the princess rob? is; generally mada" with Vcarfo.n,erain drapery, and the skirt finished at the , foot with'knife. slde or boxplaiypgVFor younger, and smaller eftls the scarf is dis jpensed with,;f-fi M;:Cil ti -. . .. ' i .LpsDpK.JT.nne l9.yeasingfdemandsj reacfl vonstantinopia iromomaE .uamp, injhe ,Rhpdppar Mountains, for'; 'aid " In bebaj of ever one hundred .thousand , re fujgees whored thither ff om rja fyassfan's arid Bnlgarians .he leaders' 9! tle Jnsu rectlonbeg thatf-comDetent. reraona be seqt to administer reef; fp the mclt'aad starving'andsajthaiioutxy.isBoi in arms against anv Power, but Is only defending itself Bgainsl Bulgarian .yiplen-': co. , ,ipey ass wnetner it.JS not.ppssiwe for England to do something to put a stop Itooutrajev,. f,h, (si ff t:Tl, 'Papal Affair s.:: ' :Roua June .13.-tno.coDsequence ,-pf ths result of the Belgian elections, the Vatican has determined to recall the Pa pal Noncia from Brussels..., . .f.Ll . The Pope's health is declining and the physicians declare his removal from: thf Vatioanis-aeeessarvto his recoverv.'but the majority of the. cardipala resist his re-, IBQVaVrilbwTofii 91' tvf'i - -m-Tii p. 1 i,!,'!i ,f!V" Ajmost'Brarder. ftBEtiAiBjJunq lU-ohrj., lyTllism Henrjs,iore4with;6ntpr0t seriously snot KODert niuiert.aycuinor seventeen' vearai her e 1 bis. ' evenib sr. .The ball passed.Uirongh tbe'bo'dy ,abaqV'ohe and a half inches above the" hearC JRces baa &tu)Iia at Wm. liiitle. and" was' can- ' A end ah n4 tMotraa el nl ao ffm a V ' ness of J,he stomach. . No one can have sonrd ('nervs,. itnf go6d jeal,th without uain. , HopRitterOo, 'iren'gthtn!' Ch stomach,' purify., the blood.'and .to keep the Jiverand kidneys' . active,, to; caj ry j6H system, pother Ww&7sc. . Tue disclosures" made": Vy ! thw Ktler Committee surprise ;n6 ' fohe-:i Th' sur- priaacarqa when the Electoral rjommiS eion dedined'to birrdselbe frinds.'".'' , There seems to Wnp end of nefrs'tQ the qn, every aide,aBd.asrt theij .claims with eajnenesaand perwsiencei . ;,Sofnetoipg like twenty-five" hewones,'hiy jecently entered the fields, i . VHsvhjg neither gnilty.psrsQn toahjeld nor innocent; perion liOi'wvict' said Gen.- Butler loitjseoilesrmes pf the, Pot ter committee on- Saturday ''Iwant to know-all, the rfacs")f. That. is. the, true temper for an; jnvasiipaoiv.ih am Df .f "If the bond -bolder refuses ta take' the 'same kind of moneylwith which;ho bought the bonds be is aa extortioner a repuaia tor.fl There is no such biirdensome loan hefgotiated by anycivillized nation ta" the world as onr five twenty bonds If it hr to be paid in coiavofta -Skettan, in -18 f 68v; 1 ; nt!!iHt!?fHs u aib'uoY Fii8 ' Bill Chandler is tickled ever ths for ced return of Minister Noyes. 'He':8ays that Noyea promised rogues: of Fhirida offices and othe,r"ploma.i'. When their Work Was done he skipped over td the French Gonrt, wnmtndful of bis obliia Ucms. Hosor is'the prominent featnre In CtiandlerV tBake'Bpi'ii'iua f'a ;?bV Chandler thinks' th'at'the' President admlti that PioHda Was cdtraed foe " bim by(fryind, riccaBSfitbe President hasn't ta ken cairebT all' thePlorlda Republicans, !'f'svt " 1 . . tn ' i (Cbandlet'e) hands'. TherieB aa b?tte Masons than that, Mr. 'Chandler.10 . V 1 -ii '' i'.-'-r h, j, U-J. f.,1- A U-vn -v wmAet hAO InwnntAl ek tManhlfi , yii uau ufio m 1 cu tai at luauiAiuc safety' sheeb In America and Australia is esirma ted at 145,000,000. and. the. .annnai wool clip at ,50,000,0p0;puhds,;ch BBU sale, meinpu oi, aneurio pe 01 great value to sheep:raiser s : ; ' , , The great interest of tbiV great ..coun try T'the pnodncing cause of all , its . pros perity is labor, I labor ,11 labor 1 1 l .The Government was made to protect this, in dustry; to;iye .it both enpouragement and security J thf very end, with this precise objoct in, yiew, power; was givn tp Coneress over theiCprrency, and, over we! money : fyaiem; ojuc Dwiel Welslcn country,- ana opcairse ivoyesj, weni to irrance. ano left the'eent'lt-fheD ftom 'Florida aliin'his r for shaqn sbeep, wiich ewoniise tfi. ac nnpliabfrjfe; .tbi& , hn portant 6r1r with Bafctv Bn3 skill.' ' As the number of "if 1 I T M.LHMI CT4T1UP. 4DBB3 XjO, LV9U M jio kr n B..J... k I aytBTBBD. Mt a -Pt Siaf take ths pleaiareSV writtoi yoa a small oertiacate ooncerainc vegeune rrepared by yon. I hare bwa a suffarar ths Dygpspslafor ovar forty years, ana mm,th. . h. tn mHi .rrr tMn , wen womtn and restored to perfeot health. All who are affrtetcd with this terrible dla ease, I would kindly recommend to trj It for the benefit of their health, and it is excel- en LheJriffM DMOmffS lire XUmate, want of eie'rclae, IfretrHlaf dlelBrl new ins nooa.-Tairy'ei lot fvmm wunora, cteaae-tke-jtomaehv fpgolate the Jjo welsnct imparl a wja vigV" r.irBw.'": V" TS-.-wl s'- '-j:. -: Tf.Htr.r-.-. t -rf? Y1 c j 4 r,t ForCaacer Bnd CBBeereana I ...... ..a , . i . -- i :)t,i :.t tit. 1 1 :,: ; ;,m TheDpef orVicatoJBead, 1 ' isAWiMrMrW o.,txivta 'HW if &;T,tf-' "" )-r ill tin 6m This ia: to "ertlfy thai 21aa beSa, Sdflerinn ' from a Jtoj Cancer on my rirfhilatr-BTcTr trsw'viryTaptaryr aui mU my friends had rlvea'wM ap to 41, wasoJ j i heard or yonf msdicinr, vexetms,.r)ota- mended forqeofS nd aaoeceaa-hnmore. I oommenoMaaaiCfaoasaoBjamnd my self bechmfn to feet betterr mv health sad ipirita both felt the benign lnfloenoe whichJ it .eterled, ana Xa a few months from the -time' I-oommenoed tha iase of the Vegetine,i the CaaeM-easM eat almost bodily. "r". ;V ..) .".."iiT.-CABRII D1FORR8ST. - i, ! t certify that I am penouaUTf-acqaalnted with Mrs. DeFoueit, aad oonaiaer her one ti oar very best womn.! :.T.i ' '.' '? ' L"-' -' . -.;.' . , v DE, is. H. PWTrfctl ' ! 4u SisKAssa f via .iooD,i-If TaosiriKf wni :relieya,';pa!ar: tsteAe, purifyj and euro snch. diseases, reitoriag -the patient to per.; feet health, after trying different i phjtloiana many remedies, euffarintr for years , H 1t wot oonoinsiTe proof, ' JI yea are . a sofferer, you cat he ouredf ... Vfhy ; la this mediclae per forming snch great euresf It ean-traly be called the Great Blood ParUler. Ths treat source of dlseaae originates in the blood; and no medicine that does not act directly upon It, to purify And reooratO) has any Just claim S-1 l .V'-1'"-' : Jj-;! f,rf'?,- ! "..."'- MliXJfMJ ,M M.L 1CJ..!. t rRegr4 It ns a Taluabie Faniny I baia Sit 'I take pleasure "In saying thafl hTe-af(i f-4h-;Tegetlne inny family-with gcd :JfsalWi and 1 hare known of kaveral eUes. of -xemarkable Conti effeoted Jbf- it. 'JI regard it aala valuable family meiflclneT ,Th rBev. . Wuu JSoDonald. is . well known through aWnftwUtjMT 'as a minuter in the M. E. Cbnfch, - ;". '"- Thousasds SpBAK-VBoetise m aeraowl- edjred and reoomnieiided br , physicians, and apothecaries to be the best pntrifler and oleanaer of the .blood, yet AUooTered, and,, tnooaancs apeak in its praise," who hare been restored to I " I ' ' Vil .1 I 1, ';: T " ! " IS t, ,t . - . I -.. VEGETINE- XTri tt t"B.nr ; ''; "' K !-: ,.-1 : Dear 81B: X have sold vesretine for a long time, and find it girea most ' excellent aatisfaoj- tioa. . . ,v Br p- ,b xpupsx, vraggws, i ...-. li&'A c C'uaaitoaMJU..2 Prepared br H. K. STJEyjNS, Boston,v)as. si---.--'? ;J jml m niii.iij J.j.: rt 'if ir-t Vfgctine toftld by alDragglsCs, JI O f 1C K a !T0 AO0HStflBBS .O I H O ,VOTfl a M.0 8 4iiiq;;r) rroBAccoj .an' .SfTonir! 3 , The f reatf oebrity of eui. fl TOfiACfiO baa aul nuT InttatlAaa rtDereorTQe placed on ths'imkrteVwS a therefore ciuiit.'n'all Cnwtrrt4galnst par. a chasing snoh Imltatttros, aftdsae-y.ljailai! aalfaettettWl tobacco beating a hard or metallio label, 0 render themBelrea liable to the pea)ty ef 1 ther tiw,- and-ail parseUs vTUattBt su - trade marra are-pvnishable by One and lararlsonbuntii.eeaf'Abi orcofigresay ? Ang- 14, 1878. abj a TIN TAG on each lump with' tfiffWerd 3L0illLLARD e.tampedthereon. ... S 0?er 7,088 tons sold in 1877, and near "'lyJJ.eQO persnrfrptye In faottvIf'r ? fakes' paid fto'ttVii'l S7T abeuY -fj8 S06,m, aiddkrftif pWI'yeara'erir n 120,000,000. (tf Jhelafqpds sold by;all Jobber aM p ufaoturers rates. maylsmS. Wl .'T .SHoyrrnaS y'y ;Y TrfoU.J 8 BbTlfat lath Vavwn woria. Mlnp fTtwc Vrte ftVWflTOaaV Agent innU, Boat. li4i.WO! UrlUiilfauJiSs5iL - A PHYSIOLOGICAL . A hook for priral,, tvnfftd -. iincti. TSWIV DICAL ADVISER! UMiiiumn. ami lion of the "" -ill Tigli ftrrli.Bpar. A CLINIC AliLEC UES en tkr (km diMm tat Unn Hblt,l.t.. prur a 1 VHIW jmbop!a m li ran en cg-r n an ai n siiiuV 1 T rj?ii a fi 21 Mi o-lr'al MtsMfaaM Alaska vjsTM saajsjfVf MaypaiPi'o Hsfjhi Ksjsj Iwf tl ef rillnr Ni, acatlnal HWki.ii MdtA. AL.nf IUALKn,JWiaWINM. VT. Oil) nhf of hitnnrtent l.ftiM.M.,. knr i , , 111,. M IW. .ijirriawuiUdTMi num . 0 Si'! n BALED propogala tffl be,reoeive4 by Jhe O; QJerk of GranTfAIe YUlart ."School trlt4up Ao, nooa,(tweW a'docki Jau.i5, ija, .,fo,tue ereclouef a "o-Btory frame aohoolhonae 24x42, p aaid 4JiVriot. .Plana aua apeoincauona to be seen bv eat Use oa Clerk., JLW Owk j june, owj. .1 I 1 HlMfflff WBk wej a ItfT'nffitffMnil ............ V . 1 i.. W.OUs ha rMlt4 BWxaM aMMMMNrnta CI IVk n tt, B. S.' lAllTES mWmj w.i.hi Hk print kiMWhal Ml fH, li mimi.it MtlmM. lipflrivMml, nil fcMnk if 1 repared to this Vummer :Aif -aradlBf wed tt ' will receive aatlsf actio. aiaytSSma. O r- iv tcnoou. yxzx mcuam nniTnYjraf.n. T T WILL open a BeUi Bcleel al Ct.J,Zll.- i.ftaifitinijCosrnafa 13iiijjiT'I i MOID AT. SVLT -XiTJ, vHQ trfil3!olsaa.(a: sAasXtarf2fc j The course of InrMtlpfl.lll be sWetly praotlcal and thorengh fa atl breach ee aht . Leolnres om -amfcjeoU eettaetTwTitSXa iwr-Wlfl WtVpeA'dattaMiB VMtQnw&i j -J'ai.-ilT Iod?io75irw6 Cemmen flranclawaix $ 1 nlRoa .required in adfflaa tiaaa wii be made, except aaeri fi i dl Maeie, Fe.r farther Ififnrntlif t' Vsfl.r I ft )e t-nn-naovxBi S33AE7Am2 - HUtonabart. OhJamL i - JjWWevlU, ilteam o. OUew "3 ' -17it'-' fl i' NOKMAL, eYC tt'. M 01 rtdlOW Milt .amehr) tiJ-,b ontf ,if Jc-r- y.i ,,nc!,)a it?i:i-- vnt. 00 05 1 ' ' .lUiiom sno jrmni).o iTj! '.i A.I 9 . .rtnwf.ia ifj! t.iO ' pa m csujvi,uiu eceoi BKguU jUVF' f (W take pleasure Janofl f ruajr to tie pstroaWi' iflglftiblio iaperieeadwUagW.ewiif'Wiratkac: eohool iu Eaetern JAiQt ueiaong yhih: ae at ? oorpef efficient instfiti!a wwJtea xns4tta--; tiooatrgood and eheap bptnrwral awdby aoafat community, toViiWHfatwwy-Baetety t aada ttwrough coureef lmm .nmiij. nQ '' . ' TIXT vOOXli n &auUn miV . lrttoctflr.-Wriirbt: P.llf- oal Geograpb.rnerU JmmV,, Tfjatreyt, taleo a practical Orammar cJsfo? theMoee&d benefit of teachers); Analyaiv ,Oreeu;r lqoa- - twn, mad; Readers, HoUufJej1, AHtkawtJo aa--QPltrV LTriOToet'Tr. janea, rnuoeopny, wuacaeuooe; Anaway Physiology and HrjneBe.Cutter; V. S. Hlstery, YenallefEneorifaaft; UTLt, mayiW . - - ". ' 'Ph II. ' -ev. Anatomy.. (Ptyifil 1 Hiene-tU J)nr . .. .vail -OAnta --. , Gl bearaik -cm -be ' obtained Tfa RW j ,;IiIOreajt. YM15 lherXirapcbeii, - . ay Cammo57-'rr:r'!c:JV.hH!iP ft,-. , ' Tuitvon required in adranee. Ne neney ie fumitrt weoHn eaeoa-ei ycetrad lllaeaa, I. peaiiiviBe, jaoarpt ueantTj UhM. I mayT.TStd. , " " "l t-.i'-i i .fv; THS PATlttl f. Boheel will eommencA en ltxesday," July tO, 187,'ind cotorfnuefa' m16 a' tmav wius. i - - ' : -f'-a5-': . ! .traaaoO .7 tu JTVilti. Vo'aaV T.a' ; In addition to the steal bMe Islkav common branches, the-wlll bectaueter- aniw4'rmtWktpu5lBrtaBdall; . AlgnraJL-aiyj Beametrv i Lc6mls'N: au j . PhVoio 8iol6rr.Aslro. ; r omy ,antf f6iteeluiteteorohgy--BrelKIesbfV lKknv)er:RhefoVl&l.E.fcr' OVol' SiitortiJltdpBtblBokJCeeptBg--? BryhVi'Blrttoa's High School; Civil QXaWi gnraiffnt ToirnseTitrl,tln Harkness: rwrr nrtnl-rjbm'VfoVt: .i :"At8f, a1 "practical clasi in Grammar, for thralliitia&ri, ttfmSbvKAs authors -jrilHbe eonealtadw Xw hueea rat Geography y)r One in Ke. 2.TileeflBertes, 4na a TeaoiieTS,iClas,1fShgbt l?r6pWW partiouiat'lilWr ratrtd.!Spiiai attenttea f WHS"?. ProcBaajMoeks. Disnuota-lTCCiiraXlIiai-acHOeiK ' A jjjaa of fjjjtractrofirntrlotly Noaiut. A Lifetary ofetyf M Whlbtf the IneirocVoiA will UkekA icikk parti apooial attea, MMTwBl J tftea A tM0S:t JarSaf menUry IVuteX'aai&Uaatlons for thai beueUlf-af teaeuftiAjeeaag of tha eheol-Hl 'b edMoV eich-Brteg. for the dikcusalaa f dia-rMi:p Ja htoktal Will bo eotwct4Usrtieipte.y A eompteU muim 3&aacnairlebtafas).'aa Teaokla aBd8choiatanageBant,Tj eav rr 'ti;l 10 '.ir.ij ,vi irT efrfro'ji. i'r iA arfeiiei afc1iW.,7V.7,'.fi,.V.'t lit Penmanshrp, 20 leaaona....., 100 - TulUun tuuiUtl; la ad f autm. Good board. 'aadl rtota-iaaaibe procured at private honeee, r hotels, frentMJte fj U per wjeki CL -t rt K - . CI For Farther v artioulariAddreaa, by letter, or apply perfenally1, t thV a u . O 1 il ly (fi. IT. riAmi,TGtfp 7 Mntipali, JiOt:f GREinAMki ' .tu ?..'iiScf no etafltA,Hkte .aayjlit8oj3;.'i40 i aol -WALlTOmMBER liio ?'a"i',-'i"-if .. yE,OHIQ. t u ;f t . .13 t j jjrr f.ri v. 1 i0.'j yr-ib V(tu3 A i-a C-wj Notice to Teachers: ?i hit Vhl hold meetings for'.the 1jxaihatiea el feacSefeiaa fotftwa? U T.iT these ezamrnationi wnrwmmemeat''l 'oloek a, m. aud eleae aU4 . ' AWef Sfeenta la reaulred frem aaak applicant as k'eondtUoB ; f examtkitlea, akd mustbe-pridruBdvaliijar .AVw'j .'Ta By order of the' Boaev J" ' 'kaa21,rr8td. J- . A. AUISBCXCVwkvi Farm & Mill Propertt'for Sale. ,a. ,j tt:; jr. t . I .5 IHfaalehlgMd tiffwi for sale Ml farm ef rIeTY ACRKf!2mIlee icnU ef Woods- heafenoei 4n g6o(T r')?Wr,''ThIiriahA,wfU be sold at i fair trite. For firthe tAAle. tiara and terms eairitf'irtldltw,'-1--' ;ifl 'mv!. WooMeirri:'1 j fhe un4 figned arilp Q1?T VPT j PfltarV Uw-j. ft TBf BARNES al if 'Ti At Woodafleld. Baturlay, JBtlVl(7t; "'XeDawetf. "yda" -Ab. Tir' n,if.:.VWrTOMwa ate sua neurUf ttilt In-food repa!r,.nd, (Saw,' K.swa dwelltW hoaaes and. the Vioeaiary eVtbunt- ttffa. ' Thata' wti tvirrshM'A.