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14 Aug 1873

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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1873, Bristol, PennsylvaniaJe8se 0, Thomas editor. Itoda Tafla this kind of questionable edification. A Graml Deal is Abo said about the Gay horses and wonderful teams of various Worth and attract Ivenar such at win the Eye at Newport and Long Branch. About none of Tollese things would 1 be inclined to speak even if Atlantic City gave the Opportunity which it does not except in a moderate degree. Reoute do Pierc and drive horses but the dressing nor Tow teams make you with admiration or Afagh with Mournful Ness. They my not conspicuous. This May be by a we the Peon Ocilio come Liere do not represent Jewil Declug wealth As Many that go named above but their sensible Ami in am bring a jul May be due simply to a want of Elk Why is u a Rule for the to so much Dujay. Hey it is thai thear Xiii pie ruinous to Vuk the proud and the Emulous to wlm to be without the Kive Ranee. But there is a iwo cely who thereby give Uessie Giban or an outlier with their Maui Al their a Zniber increase and Talieh it Antic City m i have thu tire Given to simplicity. I should think that a majority of i Achig cottages we sch year by in Vogue Here am people do not command Large wealth. Undoubtedly a majority of those who come Liere As Tradii Clit visitors Are from what we sometimes designate As Tow poorer Classet. It is a Luppy Tomt this plaice is no near Philadelphia that Husk Are eau bled to come and Dufoy Oljey seem As loud of tin to an As anybody at in practical if not in a poetic sense. They go in Wash s Over and Over again and this we All know is a very Good thing. It is a Blessing to them and to us. I do not know whether they do it Fiat intention or Moi Ely to have a High time among the Breakers. But the result Ball Tho same Tow excursions to this place arc n prominent and interesting feature. They Are of frequent occurrence tin ring Tho summer and sometimes u surprising number of Cost Down on a single train. Last acct for instance a train of thirty seven airs arrived drawn by two engines and carrying thirty seven Hui had people. I Kin inclined to in love that the children greater Delight than others Here. Go Down to tie Beach at almost any time Between breakfast and thu evening Twilight and there you will find Lifs omnipresent ruling class. Do they not Rule in u Large and certain a Chise Tine Sund is their up Radiff. You have seen Little Lillic going to work mail Ppd with spate and hert1 you by told scores of Little lilies and Little willies too. A moment ago 1 counted thirteen of them in a single group digging in the Sand pies and puddings heaping it up Stith it about awl looking very picturesque. How Thoy enjoy themselves that Little Butterfly with its Mamma behind the pair of Black Lioi ses yonder is not having half so Fine Ali Meins these. I wonder it they Ever grow weary of this Eliam Uliey return to it with fresh Zeal Day after Day As to an Ever Rei Ihweil attract sort Xis Sissing u Ual . It health besides them in pity Ami How Inex pensive is tiie luxury if there1 Sund at the Seaside Liat would become of Trio if you Wisla to know How to give your Little ones ii Joy mint at. Home such As will never Wear out just have a Load of Sand carted into your Back Yard. Then you will have peace. Atlantic Ouy is a saturday afternoon Mecca for . Of a Cople then come Down mainly business men who stay until monday morning. Special trains Ore run for their accommodation and n contest for seats is Tow general Ami vexatious Rule. The special train to the City on lost monday morning com prised fourteen ears with about eight Hundred passengers. The regular train of saturday afus Nuon last Lead seventeen cars ail with men. Women and children who were glad to escape the City s languishing heat and Dull monotones to breathe the invigorating air for a few Midsummer hours and enjoy in quiet the sight and sound of Trio Ocean whose Cooling and refreshing suit restore the languid nature. And thus it is. Week after week during the summer Days year after year. With to lice simple facts in View one can imagine what Atlantic City does for Philadel the reverse for the advantages though different arc reciprocal. This place and May Are the twin indigo motors of City life. The older place being a Little farther away Lias a slight disadvantage of Access probably a Little removed from the thoroughly democratic plane of the other. The two places possess a value which the people of Philadelphia justly recognize Ami a happily appreciate. They know How Good it is and How delightful to even a Brief period Down by the sea welcoming Sweet in the solemn presence of the mighty Menan which Gladden the invalid with the bless ing of fresh strength befriends those who Are weary and responds to the Call of the multitude in quest of pleasure. J air Luton for Tho plucks county Gnu at a glance at the West. Ity Jonas Waku skit. Am Antii Cly unused to letter writing and but a limited traveller but am a Hie Long resident though an obscure one of this quiet Little Borough which is henceforth to be the scene of your some of your readers to peruse Lily a pretend ing recital of what i saw in Iny one trip. It is unnecessary for me to toll you that right Here in this town which Lias for Many years been supposed by ail outside of it who were cognizant of its existence to have passed into a More than Van Winkle say right Here one can take a seat in a Palace car furnishing at Onee the comforts of a parlor and bed room fora continuous Rucle through several states and with the closest connections to nil parts of the country intercepted Only by the Pacific big the West or the Gulf on the South having through the influence of a near rela Tive who was an employee of the great p. R. R. Co., procured a Jess to oin Ului and being unaware Liat the Railroad fare was the smallest item in one s travelling expenses one Fine Day Early in the Spring of stepped into a Pullman at Bristol eight minutes past twelve o clock without any definite idea of where 1 should go or when return. I sat re viewing the costly outfit of the cars Ami reflect ing upon the disinterested generosity of that i Ninny who in their solicitation for the com fort of their travelling guests had such lavish expenditures when my illusions were rudely by a request for five from a Man wearing a military Cap bearing the Brazen letters a. P. C. Liat those let ters indicated or what authority said individual bad to demand five dollars from me i did not know list i soon saw that 1 should either be compelled to leave my luxurious apartment for a seat in a less pretentious car or submit to be fleeced. So i pocketed the outrage and the conductor pocketed Iny live dollars and we went along. Down to Frankford and around to Mantua caring nothing for Philadelphia for what is it but a and on through the Fertile Choster Valley pissing Downing on the furnaces of Coatesville and the Home of Thadeus Stevens to the famed City of Harrisburg where congregate annually idl the purity and Wisdom of this state. Here we Stop Twenty minutes and take a cup of Coulee and perhaps some raw oysters while a portion of Mir train is being shifted on to the Cumberland Valley and Northern Central roads for Baltimore and other Points in Maryland and another portion of it on to the p. E. Road for Willia import jul Mara Niagara Falls Erie Corry and the Oil regions. This done to move again the Susque Banua with its Stony Bottom crossing on the Long Bridge of a dozen or More spans we pass the Duncannon Nail works the products of which Are helping to make secure the ironies of Many of our Ion and now under the soft sky of approaching Twilight we enjoy a romantic ride along Tow Bank of the Blue Lucia to where the Muse tells us wild roved the Indian girl Bright this stretch of Miles Altoona is a that would be Replete with enjoyment except for the rapidity with which one is whirled along Tow winding Banks of tire Stream tipping alternately to the right and left till one s hair erect exacting undivided attention in order to retain one s seat. Altoona it the foot of the Allegheny mountains Oil the East is the great workshop of the p. R. 11., and to Lough entirely dependent for support upon the mechanical of the company and its contingent branches the town has grown to be a place of sine. The must conspicuous object upon leaving the Cor is the hotel and As its Bountiful tables tuft bad the Only Opportunity for supper although ate in the with the multitude of passengers ate heartily even at the risk of a sleepless night. Immediately upon leaving the town to in ascent of the Mountain is commenced. I have heard Liat until Witlin n very few years the trains were draw up by Means of station Ary placed on the Summit but recently the increased ski Al Fri the Railroad pioneers has provided a More speedy if not less dangerous Alt and apparently Kapling across a fearful chasm while on the an embankment is feet High and Only sufficiently wide the Trade we swing around the Circle of the almost world renowned horse shoe on a curve no Sharp Liat from a rear car you mistake the engine of your own train coming directly toward you to to passing on another track. Tho Eye is next attracted by tie Glare of Coke tires in such dose proximity Ami covering so much ground As to convey tie impression Liat you Are approaching a burning Mountain but you Whiz by Vliem and plunge without warning into the intensity of darkness and passing through a mile of Tunnel some hundreds of feet tinder tie Summit Stop to catch your breath and regain your composure in front of or Mullen s Ever hospitable Lionel at Cresson. If you have the time to spare. I would advise you to Stop Here a Fow Days Liere you can Lux Uriate in the Mountain air and scenery with All tie comforts around you to found in a Continental Orv fifth Avenue hotel. As my time and Means were Bouli limited i could but continue Iny ride the next Hundred Miles Down Tow West Side of the Mountain a gradual descent along the winding course of the Cone Mutigli sometimes crossing tie Stream again and again in such Quick succession that it seemed but a continuous Conemaugh Johns town and Groci Isburg All alive with tires of tie blast lire finally odor of the great drove Yards notified Liat Pittsburg is at great Black dirty City squatted Down in the Junction of the two Rivers where men do More business and handle mom Money than anywhere else on this continent. For to it known thur Pittsburg a joists a greater average wealth to its population than any tie furnaces utilizing Trio great Iron Hills of West Ern the Mammoth stills drinking up streams of Petroleum that gush from the Wells of Warren and Venan go counties in Sincli quantities that it had no value till Pittsburg Learned to convert the Black pitchy liquid into a Crystal Light illumine the world. The amount and character of the business is calculated to make Pittsburg ers a self satisfied people and conscious Tomt they of Tho world they go along in the smoke and energetic but cordial and whole souled a Type of business men Lind a Model of a Well rounded social Community. The City proper is mainly devoted to business and the Homes of the Labouring population. Bir Mingham across the month Guleia City Over River both connected by a number Bridges Tho first of itself a City furnaces the other supplying the residences of those More favored in the distribution of this world s goods. The latter contains the Western Penitentiary state institution and the counterpart of the Eastern Penitentiary in Philadelphia. It is already provided with a generous Park which is about to been Large Many fold by Tho addition of several Hundred acres and extensive plans Are being adopted for its improvement. My Candle has about burned have to postpone Tho til my store is replenished. _ press notices. Our old Friend lease 0, Thomas formerly of and Start a new inde Pend it paper at Bristol Bucks county pa., August 14th, 1873. May lie meet with Liat Success that his Talent and Energy Steube Vilie o., Gazette. The new Bristol paper is to be issued on the 14th of August. Its publisher will Jesse Thomas. It will be an paper size eight columns to the Page and the Price 82 a year. Its name will be Tho Bucks county we Welcome it into the Field where Competition is the order of the Day and where the Best Well in tar in tse. A weekly paper to be called the 1 ticks county Gazette is to be started at Bristol pa., on the 24th of August. The projector i i Jesse Thomas who is a stranger in the county. In his prospectus or. Thomas announces his intention of making it valuable As a literary news local Sefl agricultural journal. To attain this will require no Small amount of labor and watchfulness. Politically the Gazette is to iiideix3iident. It will be issued on Kowell reporter. The weekly newspaper to be called the Bucks county Gazette is to be started at Bristol on the 14th of August. The projector is Jesse Thomas who is a stranger in the county. In his Piso Spertus or. Thomas announces his intention of making it valuable As a literary news local and agricultural journal. To attain this will require no Small amount of labor and watchfulness. Politically the Gazette is to be Independent. It will be issued on county intelligencer. Our old Friend Jesse Thomas esq., is about to establish a newspaper in one of the Many flourishing counties in the Keystone state to be called the Lucja county Gazette. Or. Thomas is a very genial ready pungent his old associates at Well testify and we therefore be speak for him a Hearty of the citizens of Bucks neb. Jour to. Vic noticed in our last that Bristol would soon have a newspaper since which time we have received from the publisher Jesse of Thomas the prospectus of the Fitt rfcs county Gazette. It will appear on thursday August 14th, and will contain thirty two columns of Choice literary agricultural news and local matter. Politically it is to be Independent. Subscription Price per year. Theof Toemer and Beacon will now h Avis to work the harder if we wish to keep ahead of our new rival for newspaper honors but there is room enough for ill and we Hope tie venture May prove Beacon the Bucks county Thomas formerly editor of the Cadiz Republican More recently of the Springfield. Adver Tizor will As we learn from before us commence on the 14th of August next the publication of the above named newspaper at Bristol Bucks county a. The Gazette will be a Large eight column newspaper 28x42 inches in size and to be especially suitable for the family Circle con Taining literary agricultural and political departments. Terms per year in Advance. Bristol is a town of population on the Delaware River 21 Miles from Philadelphia and it Ami the neighbourhood should give or. Thomas a Liberal support As he will doubtless make for them a first class of our Good Friend and professional fellow suf Ferer , Thomas is Emulous of be coming the modern Piko. By private letter and circular learn with pleasure that lie Tell Issue on Tho 14th of August Proximo it Bristol county Pennsylvania the initial a umber of the Bucks county Gazette to be a Large eight column newspaper especially adapted to the family Circle and to be in dependent in politics. With his ability and experience Jesse can make the Gazette indispensable to the Good people of Bucks county and we have no doubt that he will do so. Certainly none can wish him a Fuller measure of Success in All ways than we do and none will rejoice More heartily therein., Bristol is a pleasant town of four or five thousand inhabitants about 10 Miles from Philadelphia on the Delaware River and a Good place in which to Start a first class family journal. Go in to win Jesso and Here s Good Luck to you. Please of written the county due Oom Moh. By t. X. For i Coll because it at the foot it our Yard Aud it is Only a Bow shot from my . There i with Uyeji All below me. In the Early morning Rhile inti Egmas stil wet "wmi5dewf, tote hither their Cowa and goats after filling Tsenin securely by driving a stake into the ground they leave Vliem to to Weir a Jura Fate it is it seems to me when i think of the Bountiful Meadow once ours with its far spreading Trees and its gushing Stream where the cattle Luxuriate in plenty All through tie Happy sum Mer Days. But these poor animals Piave but scanty fare and their Freedom is to drag at each remove a lengthening to no freshing Shade May they turn for shelter from the scorching rays of the july Sun and to no Cooling Stream May they hasten to escape from their pitiless blood thirsty flies. I am glad to turn my eyes away from the poor bound things pleasant Here Happy chickens flock in countless numbers Anil the pretty White winged pigeons Fly Over it at All hours of the Day. But what most interests Kkt the children who look upon the com Mon As to War play ground. Ii Ere in the Spring and Early summer afternoons a throng of men and boys to base Bao. And Many a stirring game Uliey played. The look cars in sitting upon tie Fence mils beneath the Shade of the Trees while players clod in rain int Scarlet leaped and ran and performed daring of tits of skill and agility Wii Deniful to behold. And in the quiet evening when they had left the scene with their streamers flying the Little girls stole out by twos and Oliree and played Loist the Gates is the skies or thread the Needle Nan then As the shadows lengthened the women came after their cows goats often with their babes in their arms and As Uliey sat Down ujan the Cool grass and chatted Little ones played about them while the cows and goats sought for Bountiful nibble under the Fence rails Tuan they had found through the Day. When gone All was quiet on the common. The glow around the setting Sun faded slowly away and came of Iii silent and still. I could see the to poning spire of the Church Rise up from among the Trees on the one and on the other the thick heavy smoke from the factory Chim Nies acid Between them Lay the peaceful graveyard. With its Low White headstones and dark evergreens outlined so clearly in the evening Ligpit it Sec not an unfitting resting place Lor the quiet dead. But if Eversa sorrowful thought comes to me As my Eliis aest Elwire it is Banis lied when i look up to the heavens All Luminous with stars. For even do they scene to assure me if thou perish thou Wilt not -.perish, utterly but live even a our Light shines front everlasting to of tie to the Southern com a a cd cosh of the kit Lenetti Waitr Juuls by Tho two distributed. Aroongiom6 claimants Tea award except in Winall number of comes being a few Hundred dollars each. I the can grew committee on privilege and elections will moot in new York of the 1st of october for the consideration of the proposed amendments to Trio Constitution which Hull effect a change in the method of electing Tho Prtrt Dent and vice pics Dent the City of Washington is Unaloto redeem 8400, 000 of Oil Washington City boil it now duo for Lack of Fumex the arc widely distributed among me Shanles Aud Tho will dec and the delay inlay ment is causing considerable tin cats o protest Are frequent la july there were if Caird from Tho stump Devi slow of Thyl third an Sostant go feral s out co Stamps from which Revenue u derived Tho value of which in Crane Over the of an Prev Ion month Anil accepted As the of the abolition of the l rih Ikhil privilege on the fourth of july 1873, sex senator Yates a speech at Illinois. He frankly confessed his faults he been Christian he May delirium Kremens bit to did not have grabs. While he was tit Washington lie said the pious credit Nio Bilier gentle Nikii either entirely ignored him or an Oste citations Dis play of their Christian Zeal to reclaim. Jilin from tie Bonds of iniquity and the Gall of wicked Ness. His Short comings and his faults were against co Peers of lances wore against the country. It was cruel in the sex senator to Call attention to Hie fact that while perhaps their hands did not tremble they wore not As clean As his own. Republican. State Conven Tion. Spirited contest the set Kame Hla def Katoji. The pc publican state Gouvy Ntim was culled to order at noon yesterday it Hail of state Capitol by Luis sell Errott. S. H. Miller of Mercer county on taking the chair As temporary chairman Xii dressed the Hope that Harmony and Concord would Nark Thondel Lucr Atio Nihof the convention. The Success of Trio Parry in tie Campaign last year was clue to Unity More than to anything else it was no less necessary now though this was in off year in politics. The party still had 11 great Mission a fore it and important on jets to accomplish which could be done Bynon Glicr party it was the Verc dict clothe nation that the work the Hud been Well clone. , Miller an Eulogy on Grint and latter the noblest Man who Ever hold the office of governor in Commonwealth. This statement was received with tremendous a lib usual com Matt pcs were appointed and also one consisting of one member from each senatorial District to whom Alt should to Obj crr cd with out Reading. The Resolution providing for this com Mittee provided aim that the resolutions submitted by the committee to the convention should be voted on without debate. This effectually excluded the salary question in any other Tolian the form Iii which it had already been determined by the leaders that it should be presented. At 1p.m. The convention took a recce to enable the com Mittica to Complete their work Aud a Little later it adjourned onelious tar dinner. During the recess a do Putch from Pittsburgh was the to the effect that the City a publican Sheet editorially denounced the nomination of. Judge Paxson and declared that if he was foisted upon the people by the corrupt1 politicians it would support him this did not Render tha Paxson More a it appeared to Hare an in fluence upon some of the Western delegates whom they hoped to obtain As allies on a second Choice. When the convention reassembled judge Olin Stead on taking the chair As permanent chairman a Brief address. He did Lio t propose to discuss the questions of the coming Camp Nign but to Point to the record of Tho Jurty it had saved the co Bunfry from Hie deepest disgrace and had written its Prin cup sch on the Constitution of the nation. He prom ised the largest Liberty of discussion in the Conven Tion arid urged cheerful acquiescence in the will of the majority. The Reading of the resolutions was postponed until after the completion of the nominations in order to allow members to town. For state treasurer r. W. Mackay s. Henry and g. T. Huff were put in nomination but the last was withdrawn. Macclay received 115 votes and Henry 18 Mack a s nomination was then unanimous. For judge of the supreme court s. S. Blair j. S. Gordon win. Hall e. Paxson Aud win. Butler were nominated. Patson s name was received with stamping and cheers which were redoubled at the Mentlow of but Ler. The first vote stood Butler 42 Gordon 40 Paxson 38 Hall. 7, and Blair to a Choice 64. The last two were withdrawn and a second ote was taken 47 son 45 Cuutler 41. This he owed that the Hall and Blair men whom the Butler party had counted on had not come Over to them. Gordon and Paxson had each gained seven votes and Butler had lost one. The Paxson men now became cheerful for the ret time and of Tho next Rota there was a ring of anticipated Triumph As they shouted the name of their candidate. The fourth vote 40 Gor Don 45 Butler 38. Electioneering was now actively carried on. And the Philadelphia party moved through the Hall using such arguments As they thought most effective. They gained some accessions from the Butler a party who found to Weir fight was hopeless but not More than were gained by Gordon who alter filling off on the fifth vote to 41, steadily arose until he had m on Tho eighth when he led Paxson for Tho first time on Tho ninth Rote Butler men went Over to Gordon in u body raining his vote to tit Paxman standing 51 and Butler 11. It was evident that the next vote would Settle the nomination and a Good Deal of hard work wag done during the following few moments. We. Elliot of Philadelphia attempted to make a speech in favor of nominating a candidate from the East but was hissed Down and called to order. The 10th and last vote stood Gor Don 77 fax son 48 Butler 5, and judge Gordon was declared nominated. The result we a Surprise to the convention but seemed hardly Lens Gratifying to the friends of Butler than to those of Gordon who next to Victory for themselves they desired the de feat of judge Paxson. The Philadelphia delegates looked an if thoroughly disgusted. Fifteen Rico la troit there then read and an additional Resolution reported by the committee expressing regret at the retirement of chief Justice bed from the supreme Bench of the state was also adopted m Well a Resolution authorizing the candidates nominated and the president of Tho convention to appoint a chair Man of the state Central committee. The mention then adjourned tint die. New York x pulitical., the Ohio state democratic convention Isis Malth at Columbus on the 6th unit. Tho attendance wat Large All the counties being represented and som by Largo . A in Golty platform. Wuh adopted and win. Allen an old a Eccl Scorso Juth democratic ranks was nominated for governor. The Reform state convention met at Lowell on Trio 8th inst. The convention was organised by placing Hon. Churl is Cowley in Tho chair. Electing the usual complement of vice presidents and Sci Starics. The convention win but Slimy attended and succeeded in adjourning after Idle discussion i without accomplishing anything. Ai evening meeting of the Lowell Teh hour in Ezagui unanimously posted a Resolution pledging their Blip port to Clen. In Tor at the polls provided he Shouk be nominated for governor Trio Virginia conservative convention have pm acc before the people As a candidate Gubenia Tarn honors general James i. Pc input. A Stormy Tim in the convention threatened Troxil tto but cordial Alliance of Tho opposing factions before Tho adjournment All Serckie and Tho Unity of the was preserved. The state convention of Mut no not Al Portland on tuesday508 delegates being present. General a f. Nolc Flemm Prenk Leil and said As lip had no advice or suggest inns to Oft crho Klu Mecl make no speech. A platform was adopted mention with that of the 01tlo nil Joseph tit Coli of York county was nominated for governor after appointing a committee to notify or tit Cora of flu nomination the con adjourned dually tie Maryland democratic state convention Mai in Baltimore of tuesday. Levin Woolford was re for comptroller of. Tho Treasury Bik Janina s. Franklin for clerk o f the court of a Pinals Tho platform adopted favors a Tariff for revs Muo Only. The insurgents at Cadov live surrendered to the government surrendered without fight ing. mexican insurgent chief has met ills doom. It s was captured on the 18th lilt., Andul Nitzl the to refused to have his eyes Blind aged but Knelt facing Tho holes of the fit ing party and died with great Tho Queen Troto gild parliment last co tint do accepts Tho it was formally tendered him recently by a deputation of . The cholera Lias appeared with great virulence in in Thimi hairy Barracks at Berlin. Have decreased wonderfully while the exports acid the revenues to Tho govern m ent Law Ini cased Over the amounts for Rolio same time last Ulici official statistical state ment shows that during the first six months of the i mounted in value to it Garnet the same time last j car Tito Exi Wresl francs against tie customs Revenue was Franics against fillies and the total Revenue from nil sources against the same Gorlod last year. H is proposed to Bridge Tho Ohio Ilver at Louis Ville for Railroad purposes at a Cost of Trio laying of quadruple trucks of the new Centra and Hudson Hiver Leal Road is ing rapidly. About 70.milch arc already graded Anil ready for the track. It is expected that Miles will be this i All and Whitt the Bulc will be completed in two years. It is stilted that n very important Tail Roui com Bliia pm is to be in a few Days resulting in a direct line Iuler a single management be tween Boston and new York and till. Son Tiern and Western cities of the united1 states it is hardly necessary to acid that the Pennsylvania Central is chief it in presumed absorb the Roada Between Boston and Halifax. The Pensylvani i Itai Road has acquired coins sctt control of tie Railroad Between Alexandria and the Large Bridge across the put Banc incl leading shoe manufacture i of new York Den that they intend to make in and prominent Crispin deny Liat Tho men intend to strike tiie striking painters also say that they have taken no measures to prevent painters coming from to. New York. Their strike is for eight hours. Messes. Marls Smith 18 South third Street us Tho now York Stock quotations acid sub Treasury reports for tuesday 3 p. M., v Gold if. Y. Central u. B., k. A and Eric u. Lake she Sci acid Michigan so., 3j.w. Com., Kock Island 1.10% pack Fly mall steamship co., Western Union Telegraph 92 St. Paul com., pref., 73 Toledo and Wabash h. K., Union Pacific k. K., 28. New York sub Treasury reports for August 12th, 1873, As Gold 95-100 Gold payments 2cg 63-100 Gold balance 78-100 cur Rency receipts 78-100 currency payments 34-100 do. Balance 13-100. Philadelphia Stock Exchange quotations reign led by . Wind Ryan 28 South Lii it Street August Bonds. Bid. Asked. Penna. Fis second series .103 third108 Penn Delphia City 6s, Allegheny Valley 7 94 caul in and Liuboy Fis 1883, 00 1889, 07at la High Valley 7s, North Pennsylva Nln 7s, Pena. Find n. Y. Canal 7s, 90tf Penna. 1st mortgage Ca Gen. Mortgage 6s, Coupon 91 Philadelphia and beading 7s, 104 convert. 7s, 102 West Chester b. West Jersey 7s, 102ft Wilmington and heading 7s, 99 la High , Gold loan. 9 in of stocks. . Fil mine his it. 62 Valley k. U., 55 88 Pennsylvania h. Beading u.k., United of new. Jersey 124 Central transportation 47 i second and third general Grant rescued a lady from injury by a runaway team at Long Branch one Day inst week. Vice pc Sidcot Wilson it is now said walks with Case and shows Little signs of paralysis except in Bis face Over one Side of which he wears a Black Patch the right Eye not having recovered completely. The household effects of the late Jesse have Bacn sold at auction and the residence at Cov Ingunn ky., rented. Sirs. Grant will hereafter live with her daughter mrs. Corbin of Elizabeth n. J. Mrs. Cramer will immediately proceed to join her husband in Europe. The will of or. Grant leaves his entire property estimated at about to widow. Some years ago he gave to each of his Chil Dren f Berlin papers contains a letter from Barun von had ii the divorced husband of mine. Lucca repudiating and denouncing what he terms the villainous piece of Rasca Lity practice upon him in new York in Lucca divorce suit. Col. Bob Art Tyler son of Tho president a resident of Bristol until the outbreak of the War at which time he suddenly took ills departure and now Edi Tor of the Montgomery advert itch Tho robust prediction in Type in than four years Oie probabilities Are that Ulysses s. Grant will walk to the scaffold or mount a t a daughter of b. W. Porter residing near Mon Nouth Ihnots while making her bed the other Day discovered it Rattlesnake comfortably coiled up be. Tween the sheets. T immediately after the people of Monmouth thought the corporation Law against steam whistles had been violated. The saturday Sevit a nay a Good word for any Twyl written in Good English Wilth atm Iru Hona v a Low rate of , Eoula tried in one such a novel u at it i liw Brtko in the which a i j m talk of i judge at Trio from Egypt and Ytse Weald like to Kwh Brit Rrt iat the no link Coji Noril when i know probably the tie Days when Hoke hit turned the face to Tho Wall and wept is Tho author or. G forgo Augustus who so co riling to the London medical Filfli to Ling from an Efy Thomatos affection which however has yielded to Tho local application of the Sty pie col Loid and Tho use of Young men of slender incomes meditating Autv Riago will do Well to Ponder on Trio unfortunate Slyn Nylon of or. Cane of Brooklyn before taking that step. He Twenty Onu years old has applied for a Devoir co from the won inn t6 whom he was married two he says to is a Imi d were Elerk on it Wal airy of eight dollars a week but out of this he must contrive to Cane Ali Mony of four Lollus u wok pending the suit Ami one Hundred a clan is to he lawyers her. So the court decided and he Gous to Jill if he i oils or refuses to obey the philosophical Olivia writes from Washington the lit gone but that Only nation that i the government Emch Lancry can to run with u Sii Viig of iter year Olio Nuver it Tseven lit to lop Oil this Brunch of the Public Centre. The cub Luet flu ors fire also Hli Honl it the part ooh loft Virant arc so Small that no harm Etui possibly follow. A monotonous limn pc Ruiu h lie Kun minor if the appointed Day without the having supplied lie Correct number of coolies Thon the foreigner re enl Iris the head we in Catcher be re to him the no icy for the charter of the ship the of to Rice and food and whatever Money to May already received in Advance from the foreigner As Well As interest on each item of expense. Then head coolie Catcher comes Down on his subordinate to make him amends for the the amount just As the Hammer the Tho chisel re seats the blow on tie Wood. To presses him very lard and perhaps it comes to involving the Security and causes the Moolic cute lick to overturn his House build and dissipate ills Patrimony to sell his wife and children and even then to make up any further deficiency. Sci wire of deception and violence Are supported y Trio wholesale bribery of and we arc by Accident an officer is to protect the Kia it often in opens we Are told that he is in a of says a new Zutl i of tuck Yos Ouinto than that Hyrc Tofoi known covered. It Limi by Clrk state Guam Dan Groat Valley Aba John mute an an i Gist Lio ulat and is situated in the icon Miles North of Iho you Soylu to Olmino Kivor which i ii a we scr than Trio to Acihl. Rims iwo Gli the great Trio Lucinno Iii kit. Liis Canon urn i ave a Unbro Kiivit Len Allf of forty for to Unity Miles of Nils glance Ihrl Maboti is slut in by Vert Al Walls of Grain Ito sonic of which Aiu from 200 to 500 ump Vor highest in Tho a Osemla Vanloy. Lucinno Canon or Yos Cinita at its we deut Wrt u Only a Quarter of a Niilo we tic while i he mow cd Yosemite Valley is from a Luiu Tot Niilo and u Quarter wkly. Falls i tins litter those of Trio Tolu new Canon in Nul Rokon volumes of falling Wator but but icy of Casow s Aud Gnu r Sloots us Tuo Konno Canon is much Tho grandest. Them is one water leap bet Hiigli in tiie latter one of its water Falls sproats out at Host a great fan of Silvery threaded Walor but after us is Cut in this chaise of about 200 feet it is whiled Over closed up i color and shot Down a Nair we Groove worn in the was an Arrow of St Usu. There is greater to display and Viu Iota of Luw tints motions and expressions in Canon than the following curious catalogue of Dickens n works is Worth preservation Oliver who had sovino very hard times in the Flat to of i Viii Bucu saved i Tiv Luv Wei old of Tho Golden Mary by our Mutual had lust finished Roku Linja a tale of Hie two Cilita to srm us which mine Tjw Cricket on Tow Hearth Hitaj chirping right Niar Rily while chillies fix i Tho Dun cd Toiv Heidi ii when seven i Oor to Ruvello a shilling u Cirl Stonas Cottrol liar Nimby Holge then or Elvod from the old curiosity shop with some Piet i of fit i Italy Anil sketches. By to show Lilue who. Was Busy with tie Pickwick Sheji David wild had own american entered and informed Able to Undorf Thiol their Coivin Talent owing to the act that almost every Village is a separate dialect and no interpreter can be found with a knowledge i a sufficient number of the break in the Delaware division canal at which occurred on the night of Only 20, has been repaired water being let in on sunday 10th inst. Boats Asre now pro Baldy passing through., k the company Liat tie Xixi nations of Dombey regarding. Mrs. Lir Rijk i s had not been Reid Liml and that in had seen boots at Trio Holly tree inn taking somebody s Luggage. It to mrs. Lilg Wiigs in a metro omit has no lion Timith Laro opposite. Jul talc where the who had Jitsu Given one of or Marigold s 1 to an i j a commit i Cial was the mystery of saturday. Home of tiie poet Ujj Kyat. William cull ii Rhyant has Siree resilience a town House and two country one of the is in like Village of i tos Lyu Long Island and commands a which i its varied aspect takes in a mingled scene of ones Proad Hig land and water. Is a ancient mansion Emli Osom de in Trees and a Groat ample dwelling place the Lap of tie Hills i tilt in .1781. I la if place has been lie a curl of Many men of a hitlers Inen of Ait Folrn veers Ami of statesmen who Honvo gone to lither to pity to Weir to lie Sago and Uliey. Have always received a cordial Welcome enjoy Eil purity of taste and sigh Philly of manner Wlinich preside Over the hospitable mansion. Here he venerable Host enjoys the society of his friends and for a season from the i a acting duties and turmoils of daily editorial life. Walking on a sunny october afternoon with Trio poet Over his loved Domain he pointed out a Young Sikiri tree Laden with mils and springing Littely on the ills ing Givdin Otwool uie Tower by it and with the agility of a handed his guest tie contents consist ing of two As Large and chestnuts As were Ever seen in Europe. Why Liis nut is not. More generally grown in this country is a mystery which Jar. Ii Ryant could not explain. The Madeira nut and Pocan art1 also successfully cultivated at Cedar Mear. About a Quarter of a mile Distant from the mansion the poet pointed out u Black Walnut which Marie his appearance above ground in new and Lias attained a Girth of Twenty live feet and an immense Bre dui of brunches. Every year it straws the ground around its Gigatti c. Stems with an abundance of nuts of the finest kind. In one of Bryant s poems this Black Walnut the poet s Especial Pride is mentioned. He says on my Cornice linger Trio Rajm Black in children 111 the proves with inc echoes of to Lii r glee Lowny Chi a Tunuto Puiul Lioi Itlen when Siili Thi in drops i envy fruit of lie tall Lila irk Walnut tie taste displayed by the in i he Selec Tion and adornment of his residence at Roslyn More than Eiju aled by 1.1 us Alve ution and veneration which have prompted him to Purchine the old Homestead of his family at . This is a venerable mansion situated in the Region of the Hiiop Siire Hills and is a spot which nature has Sui rounded with scenes lit o awaken the Early dreams of the poet and to ill his soul with the purest inspirations. In the midst of such scenes the Young Singer ivc lived his earliest impressions and in the description of them he has embodied some of his most cherished and Beautiful Home endearing poetry. Monthly. Langhorn s Hill new Len. M to Xor. Tkv. E. So kumuik1k, v s v am of k 3 Jav music by Ellis around. A 35 Surveyor conveyancer totally Public Hiu Climi n few the Ivin Nuru Ali Iii Kik the i rom liw Tollon. A Taylor Potts m.d., Slivik and full Tuii my 41 Bellevue ladies Institute. A Mil in this Kkt open ii september Lurf. mar twi it w. It. Collegiate education for women. 8waiitbmore College set until ther . I pairs of s parasols. Sworn aug dresses she per a Waterproof and various Etc Ceteras 83 00 1000 1200 15 00 10.00 750 500 too 250 400 10 00 500 3000 500 15 00 so 00 2500 to 00 3000. 5000 100 4500 2000 500 3000 2500 2000 800 5000 500 married. Britol at 1w3, m. Achi Irtoli. Esq., awl by Jackson and of in Rutoli. Wash basins Bath tubs Hydraulic Rains wind Mills Fec Peirce boo thesis Tox , Tiki Miro. Pa.5 dealers in goal Wood Lime Sand Brick curb building Stogie t13riia. Our leu variety. For Sale _ on do Ranoo Perth Rosa Avenue lafuyetu1 and Pond streets. To Nihom Kroc Ert 49 at no 61 Mill St., bib Biol pm Soss in want of tinware of Pic Best Quality and manufacture will ind h m c. C. Stove tinware store. Roofing to bhang done of my Hurt w Terras. R 8s Chaeles Wollard contractor a. Houses built by cont Kacov jul All Carpenter work executed Gwinm tech. 1 closing out of summer Percale Brown Jan eau alpacas. O my All at 3f a

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