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Gazette And Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 8, 1876, Williamsport, Pennsylvania Y i j i x 7 vis VIL t v srr Carpets r With an I f n together w J TNT T have tnade than ordinary prep N I v A WO W V BROS FOB THE to f WiLLi PA Special I A WITH edee The wju Mil on easy tei Inw TWO r centrally located Address H M edit ea the or with or without O A LONO N n W tff C V f N f T AND I inp parts of the city pure and fresh at a times at the house Call J S KiRK Corner 4 H BOUGHT AT sheriff's sale the stock nnd tools or 8 F is green fiat I have left the lii MS are to interfere or medals the H n May S FOE ARE J now due All bills at tie office of the company No 232 West Fourth street on or before the loth Inst will be subject to of fifty per feet AH unpaid luf maL at per thousand feet i w J Treasurer I WHOM D It may that I frave this lay sold to A i vi ail my mia In tho Co j wt Pa WEO K April 52 m V ffan Store a LJ II A Mi u md C Ladles are Invited to call Stoct aad learn Prices which are very I i IW H E To Ah 0 Paper and TINTS OF SHADE f A JIP ETS To be m ALL OF CU 23 EAST THIRL rx f PERSONAL PROPERTY exposed ISth AT EAST cor of- ACADEMY AND WILL r A A AND m ti M OF COLLARS COLORED V Wi KM nw 5 WASH SiSTS BEDS AND oinsses and Goods so ulTO one B r a Ki eal ninety Cl Rale to fit in o'clock o m of Raid when br MRS F hns r 5 of GOODS TO on of of tbo ot city nnd the Pt MM uf 10 111 tf OOld t B docks Ac w Jna U A NO Mr Mrs in of VISIT of KOMS bo T MORNING O'CLOCK A M THK FEDERAL CAPITAL THE OF bf Son tbo f 10 the nnd j Way 7 yesterday the senate resumed the of Ude impeachment Mr late ot war The ent with and JIB counsel on the of hows of representatives being eni Proclamation was made by when the of Friday Bat few being present Mr Shell man of senate senators responded their m was prison t Mr of New York submitted the following questions the board First if of crime m to BAtne oho by nnd other by resignation is one rather the others to impeachment if a two 11 la u citizen liable to Dm of the united fetates if having held an office in this other trace the distinction oT a the to on it found Jvf at Oregon following The vider thuL lliu United is tried on impeachment the chief justice shall preside Suppose a Jate for high committed while President presented who would pre- side chief Or the of IfR Wr Iif Kuott was to hia on day on of hfl wan time to con- clude on Monday Mr Manager Jents then read a lengthy argument to the effect that the the con- cluded argument at ten a for minutes was WHAT MANAGERS On Mr Hoar said that the house of de- minded their managers that W VV Belknap for high and morn bo for ever for hoi ding or enjoying any office honor or trust of For nf thp the question of the defendant was ted lio met the demand by a denial of the authority of the house to impeach and of the authority of the Uy him under whatever The accused J heard this offer Sir Hoar then alluded to reajarhij he of when the of were prosecuted and claimed that they bore no snch meaning ng had ATr Sargeant of Calif ed a question stating that there were eral members of thn sonata whn for years past civil officers of the United States and inquired if they were tu impeachment for alleged of done in Mr Hoar said they were undoubtedly logic of his brought him tu Mr Sargeant what became then of the committees Between the to which the manager of Blonnt cme Mr Hoar said he there was any between the houses prevented the house pursuing a scante fpr snilt lawful or constitutional ments A senator could not of be called fn question or to account for any thing in the senate chamber no- matter how black a to be on Saturday All Over itie BOB May 6 The gome here between the Boston and tual was a decided victory for for- mer The stood Boston 12 M i- TO 6 Cincinnati club wng defeated by the ille this by the score of 13 to 8 SO AT ST Louis May 6 St Louis and Chicago cluba did not face each other to day on account of rain May 6 ing between the Athletio nnd clubs took yesterday moi ling being ij Tne umpire wan The score wan 6 Athletic 3 CABLE lliu 6 In the bonne of com- Mr Bonrke under fur tbo in to the question of Sir whether the United Slates bad Kivin notice 61 tbe abrogation of tbn Paid it WAB not true nfr Fish the of bad Officially to night last tne of tbo United meat to the tenth of of which from f nEKa jan cd t Sidney judge for the cw the Oily of on the the for ation to tbo at Philadelphia but rejected on of W p Kojjue requiring of commerce to commit relative of the to be Bent the ter to have of choice The t tbe Oat a reptile Cut Off May 7 p H A fire broke out -on the largest in thin city at eleven o'clock this at this hour it is beyond tno control of tbe firemen A high wind and Worst if uot be of the nei to ted after the receipt of th obtain information the fire but last a bright light in the sky soon m the Of huro well at wok nnd points and iety to if it the posed to be there no US Lud telegraph s X 7 Tn the ford case the re- the paid John to May 4 1876 bands of Wi Mo at bakery splinter Seven more to-be removed in France The West Point cadet Lord from ment tBe papers in the cose King insists that the concord Jul Ho new in the to re- Negotiations are still pending between Grout Britain States rcl Stive to Winslow the Prof the that to the Society ore boon at Boston of the death of B West medical missionary of the American board at Sivil Turkey on the 2d of The Methodist at approved a to oppose the Bureau transfer and approved the closing of the fair on Sunday Sir Henry James announced in British house bf commons that he will move a vale on the been use of tbe royal titles proclamation from report Revere earthquakes on 20 in South Ana Oil in 1 rid 11 Jn New Zealand SomR were in the place No of life is A dispatch from Paris to the Daily it the meat yielding the deputies will the chambers for leave to prosecute M her for his letter to the Ajaccio TLc uf of the at Ohio considered the cane of Maid tbu decided Maid the holding that trotting for a purse for exhibition of speed not The American citizens at New York resolution the tion of the ing the exhibition buildings on uf to the spirit of the tion of independence and the liberal 61 age At the request of Mr Elaine who will be absent at next week the investigation of the Bock mattei will begin until a week from iy Mr Blaine to be ent Rollins Harrison Joseph L and have been to be there by that day Grain well valley Tbe fanners are ail putting in their spring crops A silver han near tbio bat io kept Jacob is now digging for conl on his farm aud to Hnd a largo Rsq hoe started np hin saw mill and ia bunded day Striker ia r tinning avenue shop niece the death of H- G Hoover are from nine to ten thousand cords of hemlock bark this J R Weizle Cow now store at the No 24 Public is doing a Professor ifl hoMing ing schools t Quimby haTl throe squares from the Sammit Homse on Wood TheiO the pant 1876 UD to of snow at tbe C is bricking ground for of oats An bo hnn o large stocked it to foed the stooV of Wood will bo to liis and ia oblo to ride out in tong to Uncle Jimmy Valley is a for o top or tsr Is bnt vcty it being a in the is DO hero of ono mind ho P BAIN IT w PS A rouTion ar KANSAS In ti Saturday was visited hy and most wind known there It had raining for sixty and a the attack the falling iu torrents twenty-five minutes three block cloud wan seen in he horizon and in a few minutes af tor n eharp breeze came np from the which not a minute when there was a calm and tbe entirely Then begin to bo heard a distant roaring of tbo Sowing Tn the wind struck the oily and it scorned foit a time an if every wab doomed to destruction Man j injured anU down The to the aud county cannot be Jess than and y reach Ouo A serious Iund slide occurred on between the the bridge WHS the transfer w passengers by Tbe dosage to private property the is The o'clock Nu to the wheat crop IB reported hag boo nri X this teen years About a by ed Chicago and did great damage to spent itself chiefly on the south and north fides The west aide escaped almost uninjured The wind seemed to come from above dropped ie over the skipping lay in ila Among reported are the The Michigan Southern depot was and laborers working in vicinity were more or less hurt one of BLOWN HOWK The massive steeple of Grace 175 foot high fell and crashing through tbe tha The choir the at the time but were not Injured io church of the steeple is mated nt The spire of the Wa- bioke nnd fell into a lot adjoining per portion of roof of the old away the noy falling on tbe lower portions much injury to the building The were removed and none were seriously LOBS JOK The wind took large portion of the roof of and of the west wall fell in Uw machinery and damage to tho ol A y frame at the and streets was and one boy killed besides several of the tenants were injured aud some limbs were broken A IT At a past o'clock fhe Crib together with newly the lake aDd entirely destroyed TLo probably be Trecu lamp the B I reels In- of tbu tub were over oud houKes breaking and cnrriages were wrecked in the street worn en idi the passed turned over them damage by the chimneys toppled over were hurled into tha streets in all directions luss of life is reported as yet The are eaid to have been badly damaged but no ulars can ascertained at fhis hour a 31 His Com IP tor at next Criminal Court Thin at 11 o'clock Hyde nnd tbo charged with setting to the Beaver Milln yard on Saturday night lant a before man Mayor oilman H and District At- ware present wiwi aa follows Chief On night when I went up to the fire almost tbe man I saw wus Hyde Harry White to me is the man look at tbn eaw on his coat taku him to jaH Hyde denied the one that started the Whan we got the jafl be acknowledged that hn wna the fits HOS started but that he did not do it that it waa done by a mnn primed Hughes rte he was he started ihu he out Pat took tfr for the man on of on fire at the time Hyde traa ed He looked he TP Fijian tho coming out on he bob to him in tho fie I went np he said to You son of a yon want to get me into I Raid I don't o ant tolk M that a of and vnt dOMH to tho lumber aad Jim out n and set to it thai Jim bud set to at the night fife M saw tho I thought fet other fire I took him Hyde bo was doso to Ibo flro nnq bo go and i to giro Mm a with JJJ BTl OS Jita the I toot Mm nnd bo tools Mr of and tbo Holts oat and bo got me into rouble by ii iin nicer Wna in V the prison first bat he say anything then I went to Hyde nnd said to Ton have got into a pretty He replied that do it that the other united to a that went to the lumber yard and Jim net to the lumber with a and thought there was something to make it as it spread so ho put it out and Jim wouldn't let him do it that Jim he if do it Officer said that Jim eaid he was the they give him John Shearer Ban up and saw and bridge him ind enid Let hint J often ftd J then svd GriB ii yon set that on Are I mint yon to if I can help you I ttn he did At the he enid it fire by he but cot sat flro started Iho hre to tbo Moses Hyde told me in tbe that he did nut start the fire but that o mnn set both r thia him to say thut bin wits BIW him on got whisky from Tom Bilker o nnd went np towds fawn with went down to the pile and fie set it on tire m ho ought aot to'do it the work that they wouldn't give him work fire Bre he used a and the fire mo ho Baid I'd pot it out he dead me fora Pnt took met on tha of the first tire Joseph Sworn don't know other man saw them Saturday in close conversation It was thio that my were going out street think it in tho forenoon it the Saturday following the first fire told him to keep fin t aa ho waa ft T T Other were but the ry to them nn bp a of hsd been given which parties are is not u uuo to jail for trial at THE LITE r IKK Tho Irto rpr inie price fa Below is given a ment of the companies ing loss by tho late showing agency Northern north ii o ot jj of New of Atlas of Orient of of Kronen ot fanu British America of Fa a Tuna of nr lou a tin as follows A II i of London Home Ohio On the following S Co Total i New uf Philadelphia of citizens T I 1 wo -5 raw ram 4500 TOO 2 MO 00 a 2 MW 1 500 a ww 5 On the following propel i B II Taylor s Bon t on Barrows Co It w WATSON'S Ths Co OH WWO London I 5.500 lrt ro Beaver comply B H Tarlor fi Son Total n B TATU Bunion Uly N T N T C B H Taylor fi Svu I S Of tbe trail oil B H Taylor 4 Son The of Jn J DOt nn rerod Bi B.U Ron iru it storo About O will l Ono tnu to rac or or nave been or mw too of ores to this rf i S 7 A BARB ly offered to tn ng In CKJ for a Pot TOP ON Tuesday M No 199 POOH FH S Gt Ihy tlfKltl nerved In nM styles ana No 112 ST ALL OF 7 P FOR AlX idy Should on TRA INK NO MS WBST Tu THK Dil an tne A L West t Tapi OTION STORK THK J Kll X I N'S at ra so on si n from in 15 23 iu nil prices n Gents V 15 to TSC a pair A Him fi to ppr trOi S to S Pore oil nod cheap cord mid Cotton Closing out Plated nnd In Ties Ladles arid Hand from np the J dozen of down pieces Soap below tbe 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