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21 Aug 1873

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21 Aug 1873

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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1873, Bristol, PennsylvaniaThomas editor Cor. Stat Moffe itt Bollam a in Alk Vauck. Thursday August 21, 1873. The English be former. On tin fourth Page of we give rend summary of us Groat work of it Wop arc i of England. Tito Man arising Hin Wolf from Lian Walior on Hii engl lilt Fann Lias kit to organize various agricultural unions great , we i to i Revale the i irk Ultimio if a land where thu gtd Issett and most Criit-1 ii Ulk to been their Only lot Tetta work of Arch now presi agricultural Labourr s Union to recently i a Gnant mooting at new Berkshire Mii Kinnoch his intention to Hilt United states during the present month of Angus. Tito a Caiiou reformer Ira tron till into attention to the great work a Lickli now cow kits Mamion of ills life going about from Jisoo to place forming thews org uni Tat Loim Aud and uniting the class to boils Littel Fri Nung resolutions of act Jon in Dong to parliament until then the not Iki v in All England a ird worked Fann lined whose Rye grows not the brighter great landed estate lord whose heart grows not the fainter at to mention of the Tui inc of Joseph a he. It is a giant lesson thus to Kludy Tho nowe of heroic inti who is thoroughly of n Gigantic wrong Tui ii a not to it los in for its . Int the que Folio i with All must the. Of inject of to Ltd visit to this country for the Leader of a revolution Ean Illy spare the time for hours of ind sight seeing Iti a new Ift tul. The Naif Law May found in or. Arch s own onto to Tho la Librers in a Ferring to his visit he Snail that if he found Thio in ant Rita a Hong for the agricultural in Nix a of England he should Tell them so incl if lie found that Farmers in America were men who wanted both sides of the Hargain and the crows were As Hlawek there As it Ere lie Tho wild advise them to stay in England it he found Tomt America was the True Home of the w re Ling Init where the Sou of the poor inn Down the children of the Rich write on the same slate and rend out of the same Hook Liere they could have full electoral lie would stand on her shores until he had drained the Labouring serfs out of England in order that they might Settle in the fruitful Field America with its of acres yet unfilled and he would do this until the banners of England were made to Hite dust if Uliey left to treat their Lalit Rirs like men. He Liok d Taforo twelve months to make the Fann ers of England know the Worth of a Man Al Eliot High to was of Humble birth and had Only Tan an agricultural labourer himself he had English mood and an English heart and human feelings and would not. See tillers of to Ltd soil in n stale of slavery and mocked by facing old that Thuiy were free. He Widd trav Erse America from one end to the other if he lout his life in to raise the English Labo re and would die gladly if lie Cotile but bring inc Lali Orr into a state of Freedom. During this entire not Tho slightest opposition was manifested throughout the whole and at Ilic close it was sanctioned with the most voc Ifer Nis Charing. So then this is tin1 declared purpose of the visit of England sat the present Tiro most popular seek better Homo for the labourers of Britain for whih to has vainly sought within Hie of their own country. It is with this threat that he argued months ago that he remove every farm hand throughout England on the hither Side of the Atlantic where they would treated As men and Hon ored As citizens. But the wealthy or Irish land lord t laughed at his earnestness and enthusiasm and Ayrc themselves no uneasiness about lie quest n of their labor hire. Doubt less i lie inn wil1 turn if it has not even now tet re Tho ardor of the great reformer Grous cold or urn work so grandly inaugurated mommies less vigorous mid Nellc Tuat. Tie masses in England Are now fully aroused to their condition and the Wonc Ifni a Conn is in Hio very midst of brightness and Success. Tie in tar at mid Clay. But what of to anti and America t seeing the Kyrm wat at in thickest Battle Tom of the injustice of the railroads to the finners and Tow oppression of latter will he think one kind of oppression much bettor than another he what Standard will he measure the two sides of the contest can he reconcile tic furiivrs1 problem with the Railroad problem and form an equable adjustment will he lie Able to solve what null Fly else has perfectly if so then doubly a Blessing will to the visit of Joseph Arch to America. This voice of warning to the republicans of Ohio comes from the Cleveland Herald to v la Republican friends that the nomination of 1 ill Alton is to Jobko. There is to be no a play this Campaign. The democratic party is stinger today than it has been in Ohio for Many years. The courage of thut party has re mid it will go into the contest resolved to deserve Success even if it does not win a Vic tory. Republicans must open tie freyts and Illey Tho Gravity of the occasion for a Victory Over the democrats this fall will be a Liard or Job than any Victory we Ever won out r Trio confederated Force of sick republicans mix politic democrats 1 ii is stated among gentlemen connected with tin Nia Tice at the bar of the supreme court of to i United states and who Are much concerned on Tho subject of the that they have positively ascertained the selection of a successor to or. Chase will not be made from the Bench of that court. They arc not so advised As to the individual but say i kit Fliey arc satisfied Liat Tho him. Roscoe conk Ling of new York can have to Ltd appointment v lie desires it. Ali arc is a part of the town of Norwich ct., which is sometimes called the saints rest and again the widow s Haven. This Lovely precinct has a population of tie re arc 40 widows 27 Maidens who will never see thirty again Only 12 widowers and Bac Lielnors with 0 deacons 7 Parsons and Parsons widows while persons under of years there Are Only 25. Question having recently been Whf ther the Interior department would i Coit Ofeler tin Decolon by which it took acres of improved lands in Southend Kansas from Ade settlers and gave them to a Raili oud the Secretary states that the decision of the pc Artmont is final. Pc silent Grant and party readied burling ton vt., yest Nlay coniing and were con ducted through the town by a committee of Dpi icons after which they left for Lake George. They at the head of Lake George last and after holding a Short reception left written for Ilie Bucki county Gazette a glance at the West. Inv Jonas the sixth k at Ion Al Temperance convention Hajdin Cleveland five years ago and it Lias Feen deemed expedient to How the seventh at Saratoga Springs tuesday a get 20, and Lokling probably three Days. Steamer Ohio has arrived at Liverpool making the passage in eleven and Aluff tie Tea pliers association hits into Las and Avo been awarded american at Vicuna. Spa Fri Cwi Wuoti a striking feature of Pittsburgh h the great Union and hotel in connection with ii known the Union depot hotel. At this building Centre nearly nil the great line rail loads running into the City. The i Central i Law line of which i briefly sketched in lust letter the riots Bergli and Cleveland by Way of Alliance and i Tavanna to Cleveland a distance of 150 Miles the put Alburgh foil Wayne and Chicago tote Imine of which Indi Cates route destination the Lett Burgh and Erie and the Pittsburgh Cincinnati and St. Louie Moit gel neurally called the Pun handle in cute i Matiso it directly that Long narrow strip of Virginia running northward Hij t Ween the Western line of Pennsylvania and the Ohio River termed the pan handle. We will pass Over this last named Road and find nothing worthy of comment till we leave Vir Ginia by crossing Tow Ohio River Over an immense Iron Bridge at Steubenville one of Tom oldest towns of Ohio and like Pittsburgh very largely engaged in the Iron smelting and work ing Nail factories stove and other foundries lighting up the City and giving to the traveler As he rides almost Over the Chimney tops an idea of huge business. Here also is tic Stein Benville female Seminary an institution of Many years standing and wide notoriety. Deu Nison it Miles from Pittsburgh is another rail Road town supported entirely by the shops of the company and of course is in eating depot for passengers on most of the trains. Newark an old sleepy looking town of people is fortunate in being the Centre of Licking county the second a Argott Wool growing county in the country Washington county Pennsylvania be ing the first. From this county or. Hoi Lister the. California millionaire started with eight. Hundred sheep for that state driving them tic whole distance losing live Hundred on Ihu Way but was rewarded by a net return of an aver age profit of one t lion. Sand dollars head from the remaining three Hundred. He ranks to Day among tin1 Foremost Wool growers of California and is estimated Worth live to millions of dollars from be work to Columbus .1 ? Miles this Road is by the Baltimore Iid Ohio Kail Road company and both companies now run their Eais Over it though Strong competitors for Western tial Lle and often times in open combat with cacti other. The land in the Smirt. Of Vir Ginia we have pissed Over is principally Livi led and in Ohio is Hilly and better adapted to grazing than fanning though the owners of the soil have generally by hard work acquired considerable Means. The Rich farms of Ohio of we have so frequently heard Lay More in the Central and Northern part of the state traversed by the Pittsburgh fort Wayne and Chicago from the Southern counties we find n great inclination on the part of he farm ers As soon As Hiey got a Little Money in hand to go farther to the Rich and level lands of Iowa and Nebraska. Perhaps from Newark the land is More level but poorly tilled. From Columbus to Indianapolis along the c. C. C. And i. A Giitl the land is better and in better fanning condition. Although free Pisa which was Tho Prin Cipal incentive to leave Home would carry Over Only the last d route i have now that i out concluded to extend travels in another direction Anil take the Little ilium i Road to Jii Vignali ing appropriated but a very Short time to Columbus which though Tho capital of the state has but Little of interest to any but a politician tins Grent de Ort of the residents of All capitals being to obtain a living without giving any value in Exchange. Hence Industrial enterprises do not germinate then1, and would Tipul uncongenial atmosphere and surroundings if they attempted it. From this Point to Cincinnati 120 Miles is five hours ride. Only town of any importance is Xenia Ohio about the population of Bristol a very Nice place of and the Home of the Xonia a Sheet the size of the formerly under Trio management of Whitelaw Reid now managing editor of the new Yolk tribe no then and since not Only a local luminary but. A Teacon throughout the land. Cini int to the of the country on the Ohio i Ivor about Joo Miles from Pittsburgh up to the commencement of the present Century was but a Small Village and except for the introduction of Steamboat navigation would not i ave been Nuich More but As can be Learned from tic cyclopaedia this opened to it a traffic with Miles of River coast and penetrating All that Belt of country lying Between the at lactic states and the Kooky mountains. The first approach to the City is far front inviting. Long rows of dilapidated houses perched on the Side of the River Hills with Long flights of wooden Steps in various stages of decay first Greet the Eye of the traveler. The is an ancient Structure with poor accommodations for those waiting for the trains and they hurry away to got into the heart of the Queen City of Tho West hoping to find some thing More attractive to the Eye. I took a cab for the Walnut Street House which although not what is called a first class hotel we found to be better than those that charge higher prices and claim greater superiority. The chief clerk a flown u Jovial Genius weighing Between 200 and 800 pounds and inclining close to the latter one of the representative fat men of Ohio who attended the int mens convention at put in May shortly before our arrival instead of gating supercilious by at diminutive Valise and Weh Worth duster As the manner of some is treated As an equal vouchsafed to answer Allen quiries in an affable manner and soon had a comfortable room at Long live Brown and May his Shadow never grow less. Tie celebrated Probasco Fountain is within a Square of the hotel. As a work of cart it has no Superior in America and is justly esteemed by the citizens of Cincinnati with great Pride. Or. and his brother had for years entertained the idea of bestowing to the City some Good gift for the needs of the people before the accomplishment of the design the brother died and the work was left for pro Basco. A never ceasing Fountain whose Waters would Cool and refresh the heated and weary traveler was his thought. To had travelled Over Europe and viewed the various peculiarities of All tin famous fountains there and from each selected some Charm and under the artistic hand of a German or. Muller the work was completed and now stands in this City a thing of iks Auty and Joy forever. A Monu ment to the brother. It is considered the finest Fountain in the world. Or. Pro Baso is n Man of great wealth and generosity. His House and grounds teem with the Beautiful each week for a stated time is open to sight seers and Choice works of Art thus Benefit the Public. Alas that there were not More such. There ure famous wine vaults Here. These Hills near Cincinnati grow quantities of grapes. Or. , of National reputation in wine making lived Here oud possessed great wealth bestowed his generosity is in a Peculiar manner it is said. It was the Liard end sinner whom others would not help that he took to his Home where every Day there was a table for the starred out cast sometimes generously feeding As Many As fifty guests per Day. old mansion was in the heart of the City. Cincinnati will in time be one of the handsomest cities in the country. The business part is and Many of the dwellings magnificent. Great wealth certainly is Here Manifest. Large manufactories Are numerous and add greatly to the making of this City s Grent wealth. Pork is one of the most important branches. The River railroads and canal offer first class communication with nil part of Law states. Tie Ohio River brings from pitch org Steubenville we feeling All varieties of merchandise and Plieni also Are vessels for Tho lower Mississippi or up the Missouri ready to Supply tile great West arid South West. Cincinnati being the key which opens the door to this boundless for Commerce. first intention on leaving Bristol was to visit Tom far West hut meeting a Friend who was starting for the South and deeming a com Panion desirable i changed route and go to Nebraska by new Way i a complicit Ltd make an Opportunity to Send you knot tier letter. Correspondence county letter from text Al Waco Texas aug. Oth 1873. Here we Are in the Lone Star state after a rather Long though pleasant journey and we know of no route More pleasant and interesting for the traveler to reach this Section of the South than by tic Way of St. Louis and Down the Mississippi River to new Orleans and t lie Nee Over tote Gulf of co to Galveston. Waco is a very Lic Althy Beautiful town of about inhabitants. It is situated on the Brazos River and is in the most Central smrt of the state and derives name from the Waco tribe of indians whose race have Long since exterminated. It can boast of five churches a Large Seminary for Young ladies and an Institute for Young gentlemen three weekly Nowyj tapers and one Dally besides a Large num Ber of business which seem to Kyj doing an extensive business especially slow the completion of Tom tap Railroad in connection with the Texas Central. The latter Road which hut few n years ago ran no farther than Lac Stead about fifty Miles below Here is now run Ning As far North As Denison and connects there with the Missouri Kansas Anil Texas a Railroad and thus we have through route to St. Louis the Metropolis of the Northwest. We find a great Many Good sound and sub Stantial men from the North who Are among the leading citizens of the place and rend ered much service by the free use of capital and judgment in building railroads institutions of learning Tho habits of the people Gener ally speaking arc Good j and Tho disposition is of a social generous and pleasant nature. Of what a foolish Ilea we people of the North have been harbouring in regard to the condition of the South and the state of her social fueling we have never inset treated More kindly by even our own class of people than we have been by these and would and visa nil Good and industrious citizens who desire to emigrate ton Fine prosperous and new country where land is cheap and beef plenty to come along and locate somewhere in this Vicinity. Do not hesitate or believe the sensational reports of malicious newspaper correspondents who Bla the North with fabricated robberies and Midnight ass assist. I j ions. Times have Clian cd wonderfully since 1857 and 1858. The late War has brought Forth a new Issue in the land but All seem to have shaken hands Over the bloody Law and order Lias been re stored and All is quiet on the Stock raising is carried on very extensively in this state and Ninny of those who follow this avocation accumulating great wealth have now retired from the rough and Tumble and Are Hung Iti the most luxuriant Stylo. Cuttle can purchased and delivered in this Mclennan county from to per head and immense herds pass through Here almost every Day for the Northern and South Ern Market creating quite a sensation when inclined for a frolic. Next week to will take a Peep into some of the Frontier counties and if we have any Scalp left we will give you the itt dwt Tutu of managing Stock and a description of scenery and Frontier life and last but not least inform you what kind of a have among them and if they Havu one whether its editor will support a Cubit. Jack for the next presidency Louis truly the neighbors. The following Little poem by o. W. Holmes is worthy of this careful consideration of every head of a family and indeed to All others who desire length of clays in the land. The conclusion All people must come to Iso halons. To those w to ish to Avert such Accident As Becl the Man we will simply say that we will furnish the mucks county Gazette for the Low Price of per annul. Specimen copies free. One took a of per and Ufa life Hui incr a Klungn ills children All Rould Road auit write Anil talk of men and the Oil apr too no and while strolling than go a Wood a tree fell Down Jjon Crown and killed it should. Had he been rending of the news at Hotsu like neighbor Jim i la diet n rent that Accident. Would never Liao happened him. The wonders of the Northwest. Important of Koltai Lii Al new lakes and num Kliolz be geysers. It is melted in the annual report of the United states Survey of the territories by p. A. Hyde a United states geologist that to Micro la per haps no Intro unknown or More interesting go Region in America than Tho different a Riuichi 8 of Snake Olivcr the Grent water Divide of the continent. Tic maps now in process of construction will almost entirely change Tho geography of this wonderful Region. Within the nuuu8 of ten Miles May lie found the sources of three of the largest Rivers in amur in. The general Dera Tion lit from to feet above the sea while Tho mountains Whoso diurnal snows Lurren Tho sources of these great Rivers rho to a Light of to 000 feet. Moving northward Are the various branches of the Missouri Yellowstone and wend Rivers which All eventually unite into one mighty Stream the Missouri. To Tho South no the branches of Green River which unit a with the Colorado and pro Lubly empties into the Gulf of California while South and West flow Tho branches of Snake Kulver which uniting with the Columbia pour their vast volume of water into the Pacific. The exploration of this remarkable water Divide proves that the Madison Fork Lias its source in a Small Lake not hitherto noted on any map and that Tho so culled Madison Lake belongs entirely to the Pacific slope. This latter Lake was found to to about to Vive Miles Long and eight Miles wide. From thin body of water Ottowa it Stream nearly 100 feet wide which of tar it distance of about live Miles emptied into a second Luck which la four Miles Long and one and it Hull wide. The fori Nur of to teen named Suos Honc and Tho latter Lake in Honor of the great Pioneer explorer of the Northwest. At the up per c and of Shoshone a new i Axon was discovered with from "5 to 100 Springs Many of them geysers of considerable Power. The ornamentation about those Springs was regarded As More interest ing Puiul elaborate than those in Firo Hole Basin. Tho Divide Between the Yellowstone lakes and Lake Lewis was found to about 50 feet above the former and 200 feet above Tho latter. This Low Ridge in Tho great water Divide of the continent has doubtless Given Rise to Tho Story of the two Ocean Lluver and such a Stream has found its Way to most of our printed maps. From the Summit of the Mountain the scope of vision embraced a radius of 150 Miles with in which 470 Mountain peaks worthy of mime could be distinctly observed. The a run that could be swept by Tho Eye from this Point Cotile not have been less than Square Miles embracing every variety of Krutul Beautiful scenery of Mountain and a Nellcy probably without n parallel on the continent. Ten Largo lakes and several Knaller ones were embraced in the View and the entire yellow Stone Park us spread out under Tho Eye. To the in Attlio wind River and big Horn ranges with the Snow Clad summits of fwd Cut a Union and Cloud peaks bounded Tho View on the North the yellow Stone Range with Emigrant Peak and Many of the loftiest mountains of Montana were clearly seen. To 1the West the numerous ranges comprised in what Are called Tho Salmon River Mountain of Idaho form the horizon of vision in that direction while the mountains near fort Hall and the Wasatch Range completed the mighty Amphitheater. This remarkable View embraced a Large portion of Wyoming Montana Idaho Utah territories. About w Small streams which unite and form the upper portion of Juver Sci o carefully exam ined ass party then proceeded Down the Valley of Snake Stiver through its remarkable canons exam inc Jackson s Lake and the numerous streams that empty main River on either Side. The report contains 844 printed Octavo Pagee. News of the week tie controller of Tow currency Lias notify Dall National Banks which Lave neglected to de posit United states Bonds As required by Law Liat the circulation assigned to them will be distributed to other applicants tithe Bonds Aie not deposited and the circulation applied for during the next thirty Days. T lie librarian of Congress Lias issued 9500 copyrights since the 1st of january 1873. This does not represent the number of new books. And by far tie larger portion of copyrights were for pamphlets charts maps and engravings. Tic agricultural department reports slut the probable wheat yield for 1873 will be bushels. Tie largest a Solnic falling off in Corn is in Illinois a lure there is a reduction of 15 per cent. department reports slut the flax culture is greatly on the increase in Iowa. Letters have been received in Washington from friends and other supporters of the peace policy asking clemency on behalf of tie Modoc murderers. Most of them raise tic Point Liat the military trial of the Modoc was illegal. Secretary Delano yesterday received a Tele Gram from Itou. Fem Brunot chairman of tie Indian commission announcing the conclusion of a treaty with the Crow indians in Montana. By which Tho latter cede All their present Reser vation. Taking territory one third As Large on to Lac Missouri River in Judith s Basin. Politic us. I the now York Lieut Pulican state committee met yesterday and decided to the state convention at on the the Texas Republican state convention met it Dallas yesterday and a. J. Mallory was chosen chairman. Governor Davis made a speech urging the convention to act harmoniously. Lie said he did not care who they nominated but let them be honest it was the that Davis would Burc Nom irm toil. The ninth annual meeting of the Pennsyl Vania stale equal Righta league convened at Wilkes bait on tie inst. About 100 delegates from nil parts of the state wore in attendance. The president or. William Nesbitt of Altoona called the meeting to order at 1 a. After a committee had been appointed and some financial legislation attended to Reco Lubons were uttered by or. William d. Forten of Philadelphia and unanimously adopted. The resolutions endorse the Republican party and president Grant who Uliey Ilo Cero is pledged to nid in securing a National civil rights they recognize the Kellogg administration in Louisiana As the lawful one and recommend the Republican state ticket to the support of the a Wipple. It is reported that the German government is currying favor with president Leno the Ger mans wanting lower California for mining purposes. Many Coal pits in Leicestershire have been closed several thousand minors having struck in consequence of dissatisfaction with the weighing system. The Carlist in tic Vicinity of Bilboa have fired upon Spanish a i Ucli and English ves Sels. Several men on were killed and wound act. It is officially stated that the entire Carlist Force in Spain does riot Ckuj ced infantry 450 cavalry and 17 pieces of artillery. A belgian journal gives the details of a peculiarly frightful tragedy which was Porpot rated lust month in one of the villages of that King Dom. A Young Gill in Seniv at Brussels had saved Little Fortune of eighteen Hundred francs and. Hearing that her Mother was ill and required her care she left for Home by rail about a league Distant therefrom. To reach her destination she would have to u gloomy Wood so fearing the dangers of the Way she resolved to pass the at the House of an Uncle who live near. She accordingly knocked up her relations and having told her Story and her fears she was put into the room of a female Cousin who was away at work. While lying awake in the Middle of the night she heard a conversation which filled her with Hor ror her hosts were planning to murder her for the Money she carried. Thereupon she leaped from the window and fled half naked until utterly exhausted she met two gendarmes. After she had told them what had happened they led her Back to her Uncle s House Liere a Light was observed in a Distant part of the Garden. The gendarmes approached the stot silently Anil found that both the Uncle and the aunt were engaged in burying a body unwrapped in a blood stained cloth. The cloth was suddenly snatched away and the murderers uttered a cry of horror. The victim was their own daughter wow having come Home late had crept top stairs quietly so As not to awake her parents and had Boon killed in mistake Fin her Cousin. The aunt went mad on the spot and the Uncle stabbed himself from remorse and dread of the consequence of his crime. Railroads. The stockholders of the California and Texas railway construction company which has the contract for building the Texas Pacific railway. Have lately been assessed an additional 10 per cent on the Stock held by them making a total of 75 per cent id Cady called in and paid up on a capital of the Union Pacific is in trouble about some of its land Grants. The government has hard ened its heart against this once favorite corporation and refuses to Issue patents to it for the alternate sections it claims in Nebraska and the territories. This on the ground that the Road is not finished As a first class Road and will not be so considered until a new commissioner shall examine and pronounce it such. To make the matter worse the company has already sold a Large portion of these lands to settlers giving them Bonds to convey Good titles the conductors and Hrak Einen of the freight trains on the Western division of the new York Central railway struck on monday night for advanced wages. No freight trains were running Between Rochester and in Olulo on tuesday. The proper officers representing the wis Consin Central Railroad company and tie Mississippi Railroad company 3 Lave. Appeared be fore gov. Washburn to discuss the matter of a further award of certificate. After Brief argument the governor car tidied that he had examined 40 Miles of the Road and had found it acceptably built that the Wisconsin Central Railroad comp under the chatter of the Lake Winnebago and Superior Railroad com Pany is entitled to half of tie land granted for the construction of two More sections of 20 Miles each but that it is not entitled to the other half till it has built a Road according to Law from Portage to Stevens Point. To this certificate is attached a stipulation on the part of the Wisconsin Central company that it will Only apply for a Patent for one half the land unless its right to More is affirmed by the state legislature tie supreme court or other competent authority. Personal. The first anti slavery society in this country was formed by 12 persons Only four of whom Are now living Viz. William Lloyd Garrison of Boston Benjamin c. Liacuna of Beverly n. J. Rev. Moses Thacher of new York and Oliver Johnson editor of tie Christian Union. A very Small actor in a parisian theatre lately achieved great Success. In a piece entitled now being played at the Cha teau d eur a Little boy almost a baby appears on the stage for a Short time. This performer had his admirers among the Public one of whom tie other Day expressed her approval of tie tiny actor by throwing not a bouquet but a packet of Bonbons at his feet. The utile creature oblivious of the necessity of making a responsive Bow or of obeying stage directions instantly sat Down by the footlights and began devouring these delicacies White use curtain falling behind him left him alone with the audience who warmly appreciated the Inci Dent. Rev. Or. Ilem Recken Bishop of the roman Catholic diocese of Providence u. I., arrived Home from Europe lost night and was Enthus last Kajley received by a Large gathering of Bis people. Thirty car loads of Seal skins and three car loads of California peanuts for the East passed through Omaha the Baltimore american celebrated its Hundredth anniversary yesterday and published a foe simile of its list number of August 20, 1773, with a map of the City of Baltimore of that Date. The population of Baltimore one Hundred years ago was Olive Harper writes from London that Swinburne every now and then escapes from parental authority and runs up to London and has Liat he Calls a time in America we would Call it a very decided spree " professor Wise during his trip across Tho Atlantic intends throwing out torpedoes occasionally which will explode on touching the water to Mark his it is suggested that the various slide Likely to be anywhere near urn course thus to marked will provide their and Crews with cast Iron us Limbus. Several persons have been condemned to death by the tribunal of Justice at Seville for firing buildings by Means of Petroleum while that City was occupied by the insurgents. Many others charged with the same time escaped to Portugal but a number of them have Boonar rested by the authorities of that country and Shi Roi Elered to the Spanish authorities. The trial of the Bank of England forgers Lias begun. The King of the Sandwich islands favors reciprocity with the United states. A desperate fight just taken place Between a Foi co of 2400 Carlisle and three columns of Spanish republicans. The Battle was fought in the open country Between the towns of Borg for and Gas eras and resulted in Tho defeat of the republicans with a loss of 200 men and one gun. I Vinejr Uncle Isuel Nemisis. Messes. Maris Smith. No. 18 South third Street furnish the following reports of the new York Stock quotations and dosing prices at Philadelphia of Slovon mint securities for a gust 10th, 3 o clock r. Old . . N. Y. And Erie Shore mid Michigan so. Cleveland nil Pittsburgh 11. . Com. Prof Hock Inland 1 feel Fly mall Stoan Wilip co. Western Union Union Telegraph 40 St. I con. Prof. Toledo and a hash it. Ii. Ohio and Miaw Iii u. R. Union Pei lilt. It. Panama i2v 27 now u. S. B Sof 1881, it. S to s of 81, is not culled. 1st rail. Call. 4111 Call. 11 ii4 in new c1ovkkxmkxt. 11 ill in 117 113 118.v us 11.1t 117. V. S. 30 year per cent. Cd. Gold Union Pacific h. It. , Central Kaellie. Union Pacific Lund Grant hands Philadelphia in Oil and Stock quotations re Portt d by a k. To. 20 South Street August 20th, ib73. Nouns. Pennsylvania loan2d series cd tvs Iii Allegheny Valley Ca Nulyn Utu a Iboy j a 1883, 1sr9, mar Iraca 1889, Valley 7 a North Puim Sylvania 7 a Pennsylvania n. Y. Canal Pennis. U. It Mort. Do. General coup. Flo. Do. Itcik d Philadelphia and Erie 7s, . Re Atlhia 7s, do. Gen. Mort. Coup. Pleasant to Tho taste and War ranted free from anything injurious to the most Deli Cate Constitution of either sex it Cun never be used amiss. I exr or 830 North St., 21 j. To the citizens of your attention is specially invited to the fact that he National Banks lire now prepared to receive Suh to the capital Stock of the. Antonn Lii Board of finance. The funds realised Fumi thin source arc to employed in the erection of the buildings for tha International exhibition and the expenses connected with the sumo. It is confidently believed that the a Cyclone state will be represented by the name of every citizen alive to patriotic cum of the one Hundredth of Tho nation. The shares of Toek Are offered Tor .-410 each and subscribers will receive a handsomely steel engraved certificate of Stock suitable for framing Anil preserving us a National memorial. Interest at Tho rate of per cent per annul will be Puld on All payments of Centennial Stock from Date of payment to january 1, is70. Subscribers who Are not near n National Hank can remit a Check or inst of Loco order to Tho undersigned. Fue1vk. Flea lev trawl re 64 901 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 3d. The new on the Corner of Mill and Pond Strecin bran Tol is now open and ready for work. I Chall be pleased to see All old patrons who have been wait ing so Long for pictures and All grangers Good photographs while sojourning in this Section of the country. J. 68 Colok artist and photooka1 Yieh. Dyeing scouring the undersigned is prepared to Dye and scour Coats pants vests also dresses shawls cloaks at ices than ruling City prices and nowhere excelled by More thorough cleansing or Coref Uluss of Gar from injury. Joii9t d. To Edlefson 66 41 Wood Street brutal. . A. Inc Liliee. The Koustky seat known As the Hutcinson with about 7 acres of Magna reent Lawn and Garden in Tuato on the Beaver Road leading from Walnut in the upper end of _ Borough. The fou by Toni in times when labor was about half the present rates. Price Cash required Cost the present owners apply to a. C. Mcc Tlatov hark from the tombs or grave testimony Tkv i -jiirki.i. S ii auit. Y Lefens i o gratify love of Groont and Ponder on inn s doom 1 sought a crave Yard i gave Hor Luht. When i us held by thought control. A laity d Volco ran through Only Mill that voice More plaintive than Hitcho Shimiko these two Wolni o fright Hook la Nib and hero t wild air Theu the Woi do Iti Ono now de ulv 1 a Uke or do 1 Drennin what mean thu we Woiln o queenly Lovely Here erred with , 1 would not died sad kill and Horr Stilu the year that bronc it i sly Phil then Hii id in we profound Titi sure Terr be Nowith thin ground 1 said Klio a Lumen Borno a wily Ihmi her holy in Lutil Lay and in who won by and Licul will nightly in ii Eyul tied and May Oistel of Royal Talon i then Earth had not Ltd i the Eloi Ullest Moon into Avo Tore Light 1 read a height did Kudul Olvi of Uin now York oily this Mitt Iii proved a Thlik divine. Then was kept at Bay Ivy Alexanderf , this fruit of Nelene roved the s main Ivl Mattce. think of Only Jiffy Cen for Hieb Ilef a moment More and car there fell n voice both Fain t Anil drear. Then in n Cli littering any it Crl Ixl of premix thru decay i though spell kind cd t Wight Tho to Bear i in Molan Coly lot. Thou up lilt would have Theu know that i win font another s doth tone and i Tuit Toiny Ines Esmend Junt very Hoo ii Lite Koawl. Then eur ii thin verbal t Ever in loin co Miichi a win of and 1 of ill e Hii t soul in achy was i Van led in that Liei instead of on the Wlima of Gigunito proud Lin Pei in Hiliu Art lion a i rothut poot a then let Muire thy deep do Kirchh Hind to leave Llic mortal fold with Home nun Cem iof Tho Shl untold. Tin up it voice Bei Jinni so Wain. J it la ouch upon Loit ii Elf Roin Neinl ave Lac tints it not half Bald i not one i inc t the dead ail thin it Widi a Mill they Lii est to Hie . Of Biol her in. Wot ill All Hitti Well mud i Norn ii. In a skua Lulb i a Vii Xii Arifi then with in i oilseed to Aini Iii Nickii. Hut i Ero its i nine Hail Naehr or Tho Collet to brought hit slab who the x too Lute t in 48. Kli Mthm Lirow Moon tie i Anil o Ermi . by he Iii ii an Fitl truth heart Niit Broko. To their Thoi is i had i Wihib had Iii i it have some Coli d the doctors pro Vul a skim. In Tini Tiu a powder Puiul in ill i Only Honni the 1 Tiothy mid t who Larod a of to ii who would he inc in Stute and make n nation duly i ii who could win the Nuiji Tisil thorn1 hat he Sci Al old j Ali n who Posi is Man Nestle. Mulit to 111 the world Gullli love Al if j ionian wit i lie Lio int it and Ninko Iii Iii k life soil ill incl in in the Kim it of the sikh too Lunor int to Iligir Niu us or Cikity Euuene Earth had not Wen lir , Jik Iiri v or known the that we into to a la la that Lief ill Aci Makk. Tin1 Etown lne joint von know full will Rix i in . N. I in ski. The band Union exclusion of ti1k lodges of Hulmeville to Central Park or a Eide do the Hudson River Wix to have Jilin a on lie Vittli inst., Luis in in in luvs Nutof the Naium hint Dij until urst Wii is7. L. Pennsylvania Railroad. Kew Irvin com. Trains to and from Bristol station. For Konh Latou depot h.24.8jw, 0.44, 10.01, a. 10, i. In hint Tutt i. Sunday., 8.451. depot at 3.21 a. A. Mil. St. For Row at k in incl 11.47 a. M., i Ai 4.24, unit 6.51 in. Sunday to Hanx 8.13, a. gift or ai8.0i. . Nik ., . 4.a4. 4.Ai, 5.fu. 0.07, n a Tali , i1, . I t Llola Liler Holh a. From n , a. M., i.4o. , to Lit nil 11.00 a. M., 1. At 7.00 Ulm 9.-.w, a i i tit he , v. At 0.40, 7.1a, , 11.41.1, a. H., , 0.50, Anil , From trains in no went for trains in no went for i let Samiru tit Ullh it a. M., mini m., dully cd vat t Sundus mid 8.10, 10. W mid Turfy. 1 kor the Oil Itok icily it nil Iii , r. A Schnoll a for Kulli Ai-., it 7.ssu, a. A Tuluo Iwuh truly a coh can by fur mining ice Van of l 2m, . In silly re capt Impi Jjo thin truly Kli Onui i in mar to 1 rim icon i link agent Iii Kcal Slit t Liui uti Litho i whore Llma Liim Cine Kruml tickets anti ism Ililau cd for i liitle i Lii Rod time Juliun a Lull h anti lit Iii ticket Olleo. A.d.oakm.. 11. . Ii a Mitt Tgcy Ion. I Kiwi. Faunl. K. W. Jackson k a u. It of n. ,1. Nor axum. To Bucks county Gazette. The Best family paper n the a Kaka train will leave at a. Mop Granli Forroi li.ilk-, Lii sent 7.0.1 Tell town 7.13 Lynn n Viii Lej 7.18 and Tri ii Len 7.35. Be Cru Dino will Liine Asili si., new Luik at .1.1.1 p. .m., and j 1 Ier in. I film i. Tit log Iiams the Faro for the excursion 00, children under 10 years 1 00, of tie 1 i u it Ploc Wotli tin1 i re Iii of Iii no Ali i Tel with Tho t Riili All the him incr Lehlu ii Nof upe inn a in Loii. A very Indio Erin fins Nile ill Helen on vlmlimillim1, the Luif Mir kit Siutu i Liik i i Zimni the. Lib Trio Licul Ainer Leati Volti in. It i on Tislim a news Tilvik i i Kimii Kensul Reid Enlil the inti it Newn Sirohi ill Iii thu Hie Thiol be Othi Ciet i in hid Reu lir. A lot Ai Einbu Nicon nil authentic Munry trial Orriiv in the Ito Umoh oni Ity nil Culler Tii u con ii Lelit t Ortw of Kiu i u t i a nil Oiler Ratul lop ii s. A.-Ixiikh, shia i. Wet it Mon Ete. In Lar in expense in Imke Ifica link Ktuk an Nia Lile flu lignin i of every of the Emily. Can he omit inc on the Cam on the morning o.1 the Curlon. 02 eve Ivy Ali j Teu tints is elegant of skits at City i i ices. A. 1 70 v news depot on Al ill St. 1 race Ivo . Foi s task to Tor t. . Matter in the Bucks county git Tanto. Aji ply for i 03 Onk Mouth t n a for Bisck to Viire Riiho a hand Home lot of ground North Corner of Itil its Uii Stol Ai d build a Good Brick House Llie Roii. 65 i Eiduck 56 for Street Bristol wanted u la let Hun tred foot front on Ciller Iii Avenue url Stol and build a House on the same. Kiiu k mum. A Small House with tour or live Uoo ins. Apply at this office. 02 Ujj. K. F. Want it somebody to est Bluh a first to class machine shop. Klitou on behalf of Many citizens. Wanted Stock company to erect Hill 1 Jill wat Jill Wolt is. Hiilton on behalf of Many citizens. Wanted Lavo Yankee to establish Glrst class Cotton Atill. Ed1tou, on behalf of Many citizens. W a it Titi a not steam land re. Yvo 1 ku., on Belll of Houcke pits in Bristol Borough. Nil w a att17d a the entire Comuni finlly in and v11 around Krutol to adopt this column Imtanis of making their wants known to each Otter supplying the same. Ed1to11, on behalf of self. W a n pr1 a he Council to Paw 11 a r run prohibiting the blowing of we Luln of Moro Uigh limits and requiring a flagman at nil Crossl ngh. Ed., on of Many citizens. W a a com non Dent from each Post to Fin 1 office a strict both in the county and beyond to us with items from their respective localities is the paper lord Norfi

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