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Gazette And Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 4, 1876, Williamsport, Pennsylvania VII ril FRIDAY 4 1878 T WONKY AND I lovd the Shirt Man THREE WAMSUTTA KING flf B are noshed th tic lintton nnd 28 COLLARS These arc jind laS Button Holes put to tde Gussets aod by.so doing can save from iLoa lu two OP Wo ladies especially to is CENTRAL Q GLOBED in Hea Cross trill b M TO SHORT NOTICE Priory Mo KAST THIRD FOURTH AND sulta at the oa AT- OF S Just lor linen boxes lintl Doys pn In nf bordered ind q Girls U boxes one- T rotn BOOKS from Gold a id BlacK Plated ents vest Chama Gents Gold Shirt ea Gents vest StUdS Buttons and n Seven C6 Collars for 25 i mi Belts Kld 1 out M velvet only fl 00 DOT Ladles Hosiery cheap miles full Hose white a 30 to twe Urt lTE THE THE Tbe Formication mil Down old Story Hand to Feb 3 A flra ID the de- of justice building to-day WPS Without the to get to work JV from a defective Sue in a room in the third occupied by he general Damage trifling THK i jriM house appropriations completed fortification to-day appropriating for UDU HnJ aud of defense for conversion of ordnance for for carriages for heavy for proving and for torpedoes estimates were but put the nnd qf B paper to be Bent out completely WuO of we about entirely by water which was a five hrink wP1 damaged to the extent of About Of Note presenting to in- Bist froni the potten bjn its An- note that the right of liberty the system appUcafcioto of Avenues local improvements and appoints is the of Conut fru Italy Ihu The ffn office the opinion of- the of with The senate appropriation have not yet taken up the jny but will do so of next week A are opposed to the sweeping made by the Democratic house to hold to view that ns the is run by are the judges the of the -are not inclined lo Democrats to what run Ba- for thb which affairs is that e committee de- cide to reduce largely tbe clerical force now em ployed in the The sensational story tele- graphed from here yesterday and to-day in a Philadelphia regarding a stormy interview to bave taken place between Grant is emphatically denied here It is ofc of the for causing a has bees printed a dozen times within the past three months in various COM- No 75 3d nnd William street KNOWN I MI ly prepared I t -0 All jio pep K SO FAX EARS AND of ciery j H or to j Carpets a Best steam-dried Sealers SHOE COM EL Coal Iree of nnd Orders left ai or by man will recede prompt attention buv publication of c raised by tee M documentary Von Feb 3 It is hf rhU toe for the of Fuchs thti of W W Siminone will pnt ini a plea of insanity on 1B anting Shd of ing bad in the head nnd expresses no BOKOW lor hilling Simmons but said he ought not to have cut him np Death of lei raid ell 3 thrill clerk in the nf Campbell and died 63 Mr Caldwell in of 18741 has beea failing Will His Month Mini Feb Prince do to answer all questions regarding until after the of Victoria's tlie tire elsewhere art 1001 LI Ri s T H to SL In i i c n J beat and at lowest price r tbe TBe caucus of the Democrats has the wise heads of the party to thinking what plan can to the party up line of harmonious policy upon tlie currency question Since ol thu suiting committee have-been ing and it is eloped that tbe in- outnumber UIK representatives in the of two Xbc men of- tie sre nn the least to specie resumption act Mr Landers of uo what line of- policy may Be dictated by the nest to bis repeal and kindred other bills which are calculated to sow the seeda of the party and widen rather tlie breach the Subject fraa already made He proposes to secure if possible the candidacy in his state bu the ail of cnr WhiTe proceedings in caucus do not indicate that a compromise can be effect ji strong eTort in that direrfion will be tho basis ui sumption Just the on mid going to do with question is a hard to Its members themselves the outcome of their if indeed be from a views Mr Payne of Ohio who is a member of committee has already liib iu thy uf u which ia to a fund by retiring apart a percentage of gold coin as a preliminary to resumption All however which do nut repeal the cot will not meet tbe views of the unless the welfare of the parly in the national contest is urged as a plea for harmony and A not killed A H M HAKT P li In hardware and cutlery W cst Andrews They sun live HPO aod tit the are com- of hardware arc not in condition to pay the of the Ute mpn Raw the at pi Ices to and Undo nnd Mcht that would be ir for times n the c as of Franklin 13 Sun At a Iw ol tho TO as on a cash haste ana motto for the year ns -n Just P per cer TO dtr nj 01 a REMOVAL on u o to tuc now on t RV f POll JiBST Do not U yor t iicm i ii IB on the Hudson 11 n ii rivers going to waf with Montenegro The ousters in the eastern part of New York iare struck higher A plot of df county escape was frustrated The government has the do cree prohibiting the exportation of Two dollars in gold con- science was received at the ury by express Members of the Hungarian uJet take in the in stale at The hns from for the Atlantic and will probably repair the The reported elopement of the of with tbe daughter of a Mon physician is without foundation A making ftn additional tion to the of in the New Jersey legislature Abolition of slavery on the of been voted by the parlia- Tbe celebrated ritual case of Clifton has been deci- ded tho on all of W T for tribes of ludian lily endorsed by people region It is Mie w ill faj itt the Irish nnd Scottish TUB IJN of on Dill tbe oT the Booni Dill to tie Feb 3 In senate committees were Mr rierr to lor ing or at within this Mr Anderson of Crawford to exemption of property froni on for rent the waver thereof by a debtor except in certain with i BeSfel to ment of for tho education of in Me to amend and date tbe relating to game and fish as committed Wr if legal mitted Mr Strang moved to the vote by which the diverting from fund was defeated On motion sf Mr Walson the vote by which the agreed to on third reading was and on- the motion of the same senator the vote by which Mr ret thS treasurer to give an count of the interest premium or other considerations received for deposits of public moneys were adopted was re- considered hy Teas ban McKibben R Nays Messrs Anderson of Allegheny A Weilman Hew Horter Jackson Jones Lanion of Lemon of McNeil ei Thomas son Wood and Davis tem 3L The second section of the ws Mr flin following tional as an tft -Ihn SM 3 It by July jul the state treasurer to render a of the sinking fund on tbo first Jaly and bcr in the sinking in excess to pay the interest on the public debt the commissioners of the sinking fund shall chase by the fiscal agent of the stale of the loans of tho the then market rates provided chase can be made for the best interests of Uic further That all such shall immediately be canceled by and the certificate nf be forwarded to of tho fund in like bci if been by the state SEV 4 IU his report to the auditor general take the amount of such chases made by the said fiscal agent and shall also and amount of The amendment was agreed to and the now comes up on third reading again Billo paused filially under tlu d- crevs uf of this com- monweallli'liy persons irregularly im- properly appointed or nua to He oi aua charges to bu laid and collected by A 3 minimum Mean Fob 3 i since 11 o'clock nigit At Jhe stood at Is considered the most hot honse plant Fourth and Attracts yreat den a inent to locality al Exchange that four inches snow fell lost night np in tbe re- gion in of Hie JW the thin morning and broke fn Iwo places Her wrist was also On nf Phebe bardt the Loch found ia just above the culvert life extinct For a year ur so Wrar been delicate For she has been depressed and medical advice was She was treated in such way by her her physical condition to improve but ner still i On 0 iu sns At thS boom Sh over tn the river Ride walked up tie bank to the railroad She there took the 1 tho nt distance down the into the river where deep wafer but feat f Bhora About an afterwards her body wiis verdict of the and put op but BUC per r he let put rods Then Sullivan asked him ty paper wag on that tbo thai he did nut suppose he u note and not Hint Ire bod till a year afterwards Buttles one of tbu testified that the firm at liii rard had known Sullivan for sixteen cjr bought about notes of Sullivan in December on the WHB a director of tho insurance had pnF phased notes of Wore which were paid at the on the in On the witness he knew payment on the depositions had taken he books of tho finu in hich brought by bim did uot present any of them at maturity for did riht know the of tbo notes gave uo to nan ment and not proteat any of the notes that not worth 8800 thai Sullivan's character was pot the worst nor the best he was con- sharp active and a little to ascertain whether was correct of not as to hifi solvency or in- solvency la 16 an of Judge Painter as to whether he farmer would put 8238 of lightning rods up the witness said he stop to enquire He said Sullivan said were owned by a Mr Crowell ot men us uot did not to get on the Plaintiffs cl requested the court the oil th were aoto anil were under the law entitled io recover Mr a brief ment and cited authorities to tbe case properly go to the are yet to be point to lie case Jury on j Tn the case of Webster vs Messrs HiU and f tho plaintiffs and Messrs and fot defendant The offered in evidence a note dated October 1871 wit foY sigued by flger to tha order of Q and en- by him Plaintiffs then rested Mr Parsons in for ant said that they should prove that was a plain working farmer living in Jackson township One Sullivan an winning in a ed loaded with he how be waa and ou him UP do a great deal better than that for lie of which would insure the fur a mere all over the buildings for the rods excepting sis ptr on cost of putting them up and would pix the itr repair Mr sented Sullivan pot up the rodf and eaid now pt fit this thing He saUi vine two or thousand A fa THF OF I ATE Stanley Leighton has been to iand ill place of who was 11 r BOUM SUlIT i -Id rort NKH Apply to of tbe People 3 Cardinal ski was released from prison this ing He proceeded by rail in the of He was med that if he entered the province Silesia or of Posen or the districts of UJ welder ho bo interred at Torgan LONDON Feb 3 A to the Pall Vail Berlin says the small of seven mile southeast of Cardinal chowski was imprisoned is filled with to attest joy at his liberation to-day Among those present are many of tho high no- the the and Ferdinand of will giving to-night nnd tho be statement that dinal be interred the fortress of on tbo frontier of is If it proses appeal will be made to em- will also bo since Hie of any upon tbe cardinal a further vould bo A M Dealer in Firo tn a tlon ol Paper and Indications of a of Stount are steadily increasing Tnp people nro thinking cf ock to places of safety A special Lisbon an of peers bun voted tna abolition of slavery in As and rtf A tramp while sheltering in a stone quarry near Annville Pa the was fatally injured by a tree falling upon him An envoy from the emir of Bokhara ttt to the Russian the true canao of warlike A of the twenty fire aud rine insurance companies of Boston for 1876 tho fife losses have and the marine losses 43468 In an altercation at Dresden Weahley county Tennessee between Ben Boxers and James the latter shot erai with a shot gun There was an old fend them while mossing the near Avon nuu yesterday was by a f engine and so severely in jured that he died in a few ana says abont a dozen dwellings and one school swept in the river bottoms by Tuesday a of the houses took in trees and baiu lof Some is reported from frozen and but ilo Prodded was not in j KI gat Or trm nf da do flour oorti to night broke out in room in tho floor of Ibo NOB 28 and which was slight It broke out this ing sod the WM gutted in No 28 occupied bj and of and whoso bra is driers in and carils the in lose about in to at II white Pri sww ana KH R i or r Kn fed Agreed Yeas Hews Albright UiH Kibben Waream iV Butlerfield Anderson of Allegheny Crawford Braggins er 01 delphia ond Lawrence 8 Bills were on third reading to uf Lutha and in tbe cities of the and luid of time ond place of of lorr Agreed tn and tho ance of venires for of jurors n several of tho com wealth to To pianos aud from evy and and from iress for rent Agreed to assignees for creditors to make sale of real estate en- cambered by liens Amended an over A number otter which on KB senate HOUSE OV Mr Baiter react in place a to late the of steam railroads b rail load cars The then proceeded to tho con- sideration of bills on reading Ibe following of An to provide for payment of costs in certain An entry of sati of Ucon fully paid by An net duties nnd compensation of the and em ployes of and honBO of both of tbe officers of ftn a still further redaction in the amount the to nnd bis MT in Mr Fannoe regarded the tbo proposed amendment of J It Jio the of tho to bo with n lew Mr Raja np for 67 Clarion moved ot tbo Not ttiirccd to tO 119 of Mr wen i n 107 C2 ill WOO 1 yeas ISO Bays 41 lit UN MONDAY FEBRUARY Ue of ia w w iv 1 1 H will be kept up 111 first-class Special as BY THE No 46 M ri H X T ii A ft MTV WIT Mgn it it nt that he should per enT on In a few days tie re- his policy reading he found him 7 A year after the Vt door with B He procures attorneys hey nnd he is aued on this Luie The present plaintiffs claim that they re innocent ho note before to he swindle ine defendant taunt puy passed all over the county v avoiding the rd of dollars worth of sneh notes and to purchased the notes of birn The defense proposed to prove that Hio also lived 1871 that Battles BEtl ere that woa bankrupt that the company's office waa in the pome building with ijf plaintiffs that they at one time chased of Sullivan worth of and that when they and were unpaid none were protested so an to hold SulUvan that was totally unknown to that the note WHS never presented at his house for ment where it made payable Sattles and concocted scheme of fraud with and iim out to gather thew notes and that some time this Webster tbe nid with Sullivan Defendant's counsel then in evidence of C F Webster John J B and William T Ward together eith offer counsel objected on the thn have not notice that tho note was pat in fraud as to com- it NO PARK U i IB KEN HOUSE NO MA 11 nt low rent I -3 wen t and MAlTi west FIRST ot Arrl very h TO f n t tv i ROOMS ON THF Jl v ond nr uw n tn known I to In ur lilj Ol lar J M 1 THE r Doom ror In Ihv my corner m suit PIT H Mitu SUNDAY IJ lan 10 the n small Pin In llu Ui f rf NOTICE THIS IS TO 1 have this nt a a the s this of the a Tbe court said tho as to tho of proof tho defendant's having failed to were tba nas facie evidence object to the testimony of Qie because not n to the tto in this involving hin or even the character of Tho nnd conwel f 0 F us thn JSM Bailie Webster not the of nf of Sullivan tna hud do tip that plaintiffs paid on M boat Thoy alito wad tbe s doubtful Kg NO to work f tw one out rate nvr i tilth 1 have lelt et A MurUn Ing 4L OF tn within or hpt nt I Will toi lurr or s or find im BAS Mind a no J i
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