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Commercial advertiser. (Potsdam Junction, N.Y.) 1873-1958, July 16, 1874, Image 1

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HAHMOXJL),'I4IY.Si-6lAJ . n^fif}|; mnl rfui'KCim. rimse's Mills. N. Y. Willlee i-u .gjj'itSjyjfclV' itlullMttlii'stliwts, nppiisife liuniiiijKttiyiiii: M-'ftE- <'HAMBKitr,AIN, AWilif fVS^.-,*,/, ,.SK\i uluU..lliisi'li.l'.iiit t.;iw. Miulr il. N. \ 'SO.M.'t'.tJii.iis uf.afl' kinds ii-ill .im-eiie pruiilut ttiifp i ts.lw.f.. |M\''Hl internum mveli jn ti.reiifti < ojlfitUui IllAS. X. lit.YBY. ATTOUXE ..-**ij tjfl!!*! 1,'iHlIIM-tnl IlC 1..1W. VILJII'V I'lll'lir. iHill jll •JjTlfJl 1 ,j^ J, JS.iiiUniliti'V . IS.t-.Um Itiliwriiiu.s? lfiiiwrftui NEW ADVERTISEME nno THE TUAVKLINCJ PfB 1'Hie UritpcU'tiii'.i of the AMHtfCAB HOTJS '• *>OTSl>A!U Jl'Nt'TION, Bf, V., lake pIij.isijH' 1)1 litli>i filing tin- iniiellii/:, |.uiilli Hits iifWUiiut't'h^uitt Ui.lel Is m.u fumplelt-ir, tliui ini,liuiii.-i litis li. i-u spnre.l In its i-tiiijuiiii'iit iiiatiiiK<'iu>'iilli).iiiuku till- tViui'iii'iiii tin,' lending lei illlllllh VS'iriUI l.lK-aUsfc jlls l tipptisll e till' l\»; '•JIM r>|.|H>t. It I s tllf IHUSt I'lillVi llli'lll tlllU I'llIlM ll sirisl, as .hut il fen steps tiit'iii'ttlilil afh iwi went) ta phic-i'llu- Irnvel.-r In ft euiiifnrlaltle aiul lnxii n-stlnit jlilari'i At the. suit,i'e lime H Is'ientiul l\,ltllill it IV'\ Hills llftlll.. tlltvjlll«vl l'i llll'i' 11. K 1(1 till' Illtuili-(ll st> lr ill anllll ll«l -„ -...„ -vii SBIIMJU-SI^ iia^i-s IIU« in us.-: iUsii rn.mrt 'li'liipuni H/Um. J s ti'it uili.iuti.-s u-lSi-i i.'.xiriu'-ttni., *uul.waitruli H.H.d' 111 ulul 1 a Kiiiiiti'Jiasi- - '.l:iu- ha- >• is HllPiH.. 'I . iMsnuiil i-ciuly luv'iw In. Ulat,l(!iii{tl, ul'tiini'. - Vt ivitWillilsl li;is> tif fliiin;c. tinii-i- ii ;si cuiiil st.ii'; ' Wl, iiriiUifk. iiv.n: \JKlitlusali'!A\-M ^suls (IIMCJ' Tliiiuu-iil 1'i'si Oilli'i' itililiiTsx l'i t-.lalu Jiinct K. •\• -p ~ \ • I f • -t I.aiK ^ HIOTEI4S, 4 .VIKUiCANt Htil'S-K, <iHl'iisiTI- 1'l.tiK i,'.\-»s.j.;Niil-;B; 1'IJIV-I 'illfloi':Stla'i»i •Tu^i'c?'ti<m, .,.l: : fv ,•• :- • • -. • ,L»fKaH\& IKHiMKS PiioiMtiKJpt fr. r fr Vlils ir,.l|l„liiiiiii'iii th- Juiii'tlKii House..hasiiW ||;K«ly eii.li\ W eil l_,y_ in eliiKH el ajiew. tlitf iiil'illiiK. \%li\ii li IHIU I'm liis Hie nutJii stx'irji lieeu tverliUy pilrrlraseit l»>: tile ptisri t [| s ami liev\ 1>\ Vlirni. hi >1 .i,li.«l • .|iiiplieil th LVlassi'lla ~H:\-A- tints iii'.eiHiiieettiHi. «'i']l'i;|l| |. Vhn.•t!iK«if I.tvi^y lu'i/tiiiiiiii.M.i-.an.iis. P/ / >0 \ B 1 ' 111- % id lll-llt/l ,bpaisij. „ .„ . , . jll* lUie patloll.lt;e liLtil\ U liM'lilu fuhlie snUl'lle'jL tlfluiI/lfMlUA HOTKJM MAHIU ' N. Y...K. I.. I,m'K«<>iii>. I'l'iipifet.ir. 'I'liiiriJiiiKjllly tteiLuliil' ttel'lirllisheil. ,\ aiiiiiNfcrt«y atljiel <sl •i'.nrSauestu ami I'lsmi alt Trams. ,11 J' Linox. lum-iu SKA it llA • Ri'iAn 's'PATIiiN, CirHcn \I' \Va.sIiii«tijii ' IKS llll tile Illluilel'll st> le ill' itrrltllet'lilre. alltb llewlj Ulsheil. tlui.llfelii.llt. Tletahle i\IN.lll\.l)s l.esup \*itll the tier*!, the niarUfl; all'ol'ilsraiiil t)li-\arle i'Meiisive as is tit he litinrtl in iheHlist eluj,., Itmi, imr leiwtlnu {Titles, ulitie iiiiV^-prlCi\* aiv us h nlll.l llitllses III lillls seitlull. K (llllllr I,l \ •:itV| ...Vift.- i t,\ I'DMSia'tJiiN \vi ril,-rillt; i(«M-*sK. un.i 1 i-W : l,l s.\J. x »- l'*,1tll.tA<t'|i.x fliriilsliell In rui(W) p.issiii^i |s |r .(»(( ,1 ,. jljl{ jit I'limi tlnf llniisf. in; in any imri, 1.1' ilu« eit||iiiiatiini, ! .1VT' Till' HSD.^Y^ Jl'LY Iti, ISTvt. i , *|'HE LlVTKST NEWS. , j IFhvim VIT lifhiiul tIu-tlir(im»'ui'('Si*r- tiial,i> riiiiilit lmvi- IV;IM'«1, Ii:ul lilt; Aijiu lit' ;i .Vi'iirtH; usiiHssiu «lm iittt'illl'ti'il |hf lilo-jjl'. l'rhift- Bi-inaivk \ii tin: liiii \U;iJh. lu-j-fi IIHUV afflii.ltc. A- U»i* lliiii |MWiiiiiu« wlas t.lriviiij'' luMunMlif'valine r'iM w'UiK- 1 vi Ki-ifiiftPii, .a ytnnif; man, i««i liatl lint Ijii-n iilfittiltfil, liivil'ut ii. iMirtunatfl.v I'm'fln'oHlm of (!eir- J&.&~ ,l*rivltle I'arll.iai's ali\a,v.- in 1 t^iLiHiin-*^ 'f'ii| Masseiul spfiliKi^aiiti iilliei ile-lreti ptiiiMS. lie Wall K 1:|/ «'«1 HNinaivU's lii-Unn iMily a -fighl \MHIIHI . ••s'in was al jnn-f-uiivsU-il, .'ijttl rinfeviiiu! lasseliitspl'lliGn-lllu l iitlifl . Ii — I It'll I ,u ' ^ \ ' Uuc si^peiltjtl ;i'ai iltlit-s It,i->. 1 .ni<t tl it,. I Willi liAIT lll|l'.t-f.tlll'thsirl'llifl..llr.tlmi.e..HltMd.... ,,,,,,, , • . . . ,1 , , , elillH .inihlie,, while p.is-.|Ji« thlttiuli l*.tt,.l,ifli J'IIIIIV (lui * .\H,aU' W W ll<> III ' •!•<', allll \ \ llal 1IH rit.uieU l llles e lai'^ e ttelll.lllils uptti,! Us., .ilnt IVti-*s tit.iV.f • t;h,,\AiU\liiisiUi-'r<'i I'lii-ltitT iuU*iv-,t 'in IlilS lipttl,! lis., . tllv^ttliytlllleliei-II I ttu'r p.ittmi. . tie Ii,i\e-[iUfei, l lititiliVV sv :'* t\ uttfttilitiH!.' tlif n-»i«tti- iialiohUifAhi* jirincr. A FAST LINP 0F\STAdE9 TlitUuiitl t^li'^iaiii-st'iiuii Slimu'sola yi'Vi' uWrfuif iifcoiuilH of the riiYugss PolMtlftiii .function iiiul'M-isscmi KiM'iiiuijii thi|< ^rMilu^ijii'iM tin- inaUin-f in thjHt Sl:(lfi Lflwy i>fi-n.i>y u lai'^i- pui'tion i>f ,....,„ , « .••\-• l.H4!'wl U ut KrouiiiK-HUftii.il , ami urtAuUiiiti'ii by t'liaijiitfii,'! ulf 'M.iiH ut HiU*ri,m*Utiiiu.' |iu]i.tiluitlly |M well km.wu -mruiti&liuUE tin 1 nniiitiy • Vuv tluL mnloiniiKiilutjiut off.uur jm^i'iiiiM, while sty jtiuruiiiu HI xln-HutiUMil Il.hiii., \V1illv*H Ulitrl.tinq utlltT lJlU(*l\4llt MaS-*t'MIl, iVi-f |ll'|> 1II1W ('^tllbUslllliyi 11 •BU(i»ririi*\i«LSt*ry n|»pu»titi* l|ln'. B ]1atU(*hlUiiii!siv' Tin* (.•.UTUI-^CN 11U1I wttier fiintiiaKc will •M'•iii'Wilml i-:i\ i»unti, uYitl i-eUpst* iLiiyUihiK tKitln- ki^iil tnthts jhut *.T tlii* Viiiililo, AVliili' tt*iitlft'lit'K-'»iir [tiiiiik^tnltii' trnj\ t-liiil [^ililUraiuU'ur buiiii'pfuptf I'm lliinr llbi-lul j>ur iuttniniiKi\iVi* -*t*.llfil iicuiittntiiitiiri'ol' t|ii*-tUim*. Vih ;- /; 3 RWW1*.* fltor.MI^/J'nipl'J^'H ITTMXTION, JOpvIlYUODY, . • ;• ,' •-;-? • ; • I W.VI. MIIJ-JSH, r •forth'Vloivuf 10,(11111,1 nitt livi'll'tmiliii^^ HUM iiui- iiufiNitlu-y t^tiiji W Ll)\*li\yUA,F. ••• 1,1 1 , ti.lit.1' 1..1 k .if ' j 'jf-u 1;TK's ,iK : >-ri-ii;. M ASSI|S;| iFK'sl:T %M Y' ! HOrsF i. J, s. 15 tl J'l'^V . J^l'iJl'*.! Mitssi'tl a .'sptlllii;^. -.1 I.a iKiiily , N. Y.. j ' { • i.iM AliffLKT'i\•=} FKflf Kli.-J. 15A jiff jl.y.f f, l'taiprlfti.1-. CTi.i'|-flk..N, V. t\ !i , EtrRNITilTRE. ^ifcvJl;trK.'&'l)K.L()^('iY.. •m' h- 1 iiui ' B.i C'r , iiii-i f,\ lr- Uli'f i-l i/l '.[ rOT^DAM Vftt.VdE- / •|M1TU$E, MATTRESStS, ! .. • ' : > - ' l\ (•KOCKEUV, !• |f|ijnps, Cilian'dqUers,, Yasfes k*? . u i:\i- Kf.rs Vfe... Hte'llHK f \ll:UltHI!s 't..a-s|tt:llliflit j|(:j(#i' J rxs A $;m\v niA,I_. <• A^I< I| i|.J i j;|iiiN.ii-|.lienirNi-H 1i;i'fc.aliva>-..u hijn.l i * riflCS^ I'liit'l.eiilar.lilteiiti.tii-!i\i.|il.il.iiiii'iniii-l 8411*1 ., if 18 ri-s 4. W.'olll.l liil.alii',. ll„ |.i|l.l|. th it h. lui lunitl a lull..iii.l a)nniph t Dry (ioods and Criocories, 1U)()TS AM) SHOHS, H:it-,t':f|i-, (ilnVfs, inisii-i'y.StatiiUli'l'J' Ready Made Clothing, uni |>vi'lltmtliii tlU'rrT^tiinnii'hs.' In •siuui- iiufiNitlu-y fxtiuintc tin- uuiuhiM' of }i;niHsli»,jiiiifrs at om-'huniliviC hu»h- el» tti-Mu'Wm. ' i \ i _ . } Citiv,' iJix lias •\vantcil k ri-»[»ilf of tlnivi' jmidillis it* 1Urum SmiCh, sin- nni-i'il! to III* hmiKn| ut WaU>ffU>\vu^>i|( tliiV tilth i\M„ I'm- the Wi'ithaiit niurtk-r. 'l|u« riHtHiV't' nf Hi^cTifMh'iiiiiJvtl man jlkul a\ Cavil'VinffHt last wi4k, al'tiT ii-li(i-iijnfj; iVwm !i r virtii ti> the iiristmc'r. Thi-i British (hiveimtiful th-munils •SM.trtitjiMio i\iih'nmiiy nl' Spain for tin.' •shuml-Ur ofl jilxtrun of hi-r -illijcctH fin tl.li- Viji'MinhU ThU is jiwt half a lWil- I liniii wlcii t'tiH sJiuniiit'ti. ni'Ki'oi's. Jlow hnwh '-per IA*W*I are white Amei'ieuijtH niia'iaciri'il ut t|M- ^inie.time worth - . ' \> In j'oiinerli|ii'Ul, eriniinaU are not lmvn h'ft in 4if-*p('ii-<f a* to their lati-. Thiusti'ty nuti'liitiK al - T:.*!i» a Xewl Y'oriv litH'KlarBiteki' into'a jewelry store -,. *. J; '^si' , ^ all llaj'tibriil; :|t.!? o'eloek, lie WIIM ill'-; *. . ._ ,'_ tTii»steil; ami at' SfSii p. M. he was lutlseil HAHUAVAKK, &('., ..'M'\\ •'•'•' State Pll'stm at \VetluM'stielilj 1 J twenty mile-* i'lUiin Hai'lfurrt, where hf xpyrlt-d to il'hiain forse\eii year- Xuthitn |murih>i; rt»iuir dttaic^ Win. Tl lyll h e Si.1.1 ll.s»lo\l as al l a.l \ oilie r pl.ti/e i!l . ' (liiM'tiiini)\) : -' MJLLINERY. - .pciTSDAM JU.XCTIOX, MILLINER^ A Til If i^ntihlic hh h6ii I . Ladies' Fancy Goods • STORK. • ; ^si t RAW GC)ODfe SowQd, BloachciJ ,aiul Pircsyjotl, ^ poToTsitl A IKTWDKX luruti'il tbi'tn*H^|Jn*» it) lh. M»ni- Uitil'T n*'» npipl *'\ **br:ir A Sunlit.vji, 4- \ S * l VI riv%t -HtoMt ytovth «i whiiisc^foi«*i' \\ n»a«H fdi spiin n iunt -.iiumu-i\ Utuiv h iill thn Ne-w tin* eireuiim; si»a*«iiii„ \vi.» havt\ tin. lu-Hltittli^i •^Vrfi.rui-.- i llletl l \\1 illie . Willi elselVliel' All i i n . pi'l-siiiial rellllllll I' i tr li fin- Npi'iitt; iunt 1st i-etifr I I'Wtiiuthe.'lli wit h iill th e Ne w r-tlii* e'eniina seastni.. we hav e int. hesltatll-ui in sajm«i|that i.iu si... k is .-..nipl. I.-, itmi tleit :i\% ni.i.rjMtlftii'hy ll....ils. HI-iiii.fljliliii,-In uuv tl ill. .ilijl l'i lalj,..ll Its In l.ji e pill , liui-lll.' el's L,'i.Vell .1 - Willi l.'.'l l\ l fill pit.nipt .ill.l falteiilili.M. W Ilell IHiltllt li.itu.tlai;.. . ami !-\\?' •• I'utuTSK i ,v H'UM'liKN S 15 -..I.. iKI.If.TXlIi. AT ('(flST! b> MISS HATT W(t,.lllil aliii..illie e ' *\ I * £ F.LAN15 «Ttlietitl/.eil,s uf [,H<llll» .TlllX'li* n mill ViclllHy ^ . i ' . 'Ii'liiit she iniw' sells, .V1H Straw (ioo'ls, at Cost DTIJ-IIIK ^tlie i HiilaiU-e'«f the SeiV sVIWjii-l am H.uUlli\ IIATs'. new ^pVcU t.| rHiWHllS >II.Iv 111 UlUiN/. J.ArKh ami '\ - SllSll ICIIllXUIS. '; ^a. - 'll..,'.ul.l.H . -li.ll.es f.l Suliiui. I' ~lv h- 7<U VClliiiii.•iI-U'Ats an. 1 llt.fi lei-. I'l.iln llluls.^iui Hats'. It'l'iHllles^'Uftlliliiillin Willis, iinil an I'KleitsiM' iis^.til nu'lit i.f nihh.tiis, I.aees. IMitwei's, ami e \ er> lliimt th ~ - ar 'allKi'liiellls fill' jiPW styles. ;U!. n'i\ |iiilrinis,iiia\ iilylipyu m llin HlH'i UllVlftl! Illiute il rnini'Uiiyiii* VH ; >y wi'.eK luwlnw uifii'jYiij'k ihnii' i \ II in ' ifViif ntdi.tl n. NJA .. M»j i.isTi i.l utTfnllttii I\ hi -Inesij. m|tl.tan tlf|i,tiiii- 1 lllerlt[llslltl)Vl.f [I llllli'rillthilillKI*. t .» hii-iUliti.x nwith i.r Itailinatl. a.lji.ilil iir l».u u«!st;lie. ,J(Isis It.VH'tK+'. LSM. till .llllli Iti 'li iftUJGS. ; XW T'H'K STAOlv I10HX! W. THE TRUMPET! into ?i itiipa.-ti 1m oti iitleiilioa'hjMlui ili^-pvory iii se, w'hiciilis lleinii tninstbntie^ tore, ol'hi hlooily night-HhiW,-,p il to havdiu'en woi'n hythovlet llwMiiKhtliyf the munk'i'. * \Jtaiiufiu'ftii'y'rfii I'\iill (slimtU m i! MISCEH.ANEOUS.,. ;lt 1 H I LIVERY. H • i m Ik Dl'l'lllsITK 1' V-s^l POTSIJAM Ji'i'X. |lv1II» A JUOXMIJS uinl ?l,ni--('>. I al l l;t4« 1 t*ri\i.r* t.tii m-.ln\il-\v!i. i!i fl.-it]i*«! I U-A an\ li jf-*ni.ili1i- itl-l.i l« i' '3M *»#i« .11 * l' 1 \V. HAliI'U l'SUklM \F * T'li'ir TAi1k,k 4'XtJsll l'>KI'i'l| O.^.', X |'rot|tf hwil IK T< Y. clois. ul>- -til li. ^ . ..ti it <H-' IWm S. .mi Ul (auunidgriiE PRESS. Dui'inic flU'.hl^t^ilays of r»ii>?iv<« iichei^l le.ohl wirtrtnllois and poliliejij triek^lei's werespiMJliiiH; their Sniiilaj> I'll IhHNHnniitleeUWinisiinil the njoiV Tlo'iU'^t uiem^ers of Muit hotly werefenj- Sii'aj-'et)\ iii i>layutK||>ok,t.r or haltlin^ Willi | the \ tiyer./'uiie. Jiill kiuAvii an . tin- J'uliiiil »i:nK\' i l|i|,v - W.M^ -miiK'nIi'i'l Uiroiifih, ami with |l|if-emh)rr.fnieHt ml' ll're.si|iltfiil («rant liMniifii law. Th^* li.iill. fs \it l.low sH'i|.k. ilireftly at the II ,'es-s (lie only saiVJ\imrtl of Aniijwejjji llilieriy'-aiul is intenileil to stiilij'il.in illheUisi'Vi.ssiiin aiul i'llMcisiu of ili.e :A-^-> «>f tljlose who :itlmii|Mi't:'tlu ft goveM)- ineiil, anil w ho shoii|ill! lie respon.sihk' to tlie people fin- UUlh' ^lewanisjii|i. •lly thi.\ hill lihel iftnuule a erlnie , asi'iyiisl: the fiilleil HtWtes, »i least i;n the Ipisii'ii't nf •('iil.tunlMii, where pr«>'- .(•Kss ; runs iii the nqnlw of the United States and trial J>y||iilVy is si-eiU'eil.. The t'Iiiea» : o T,rihuMf;lt|j'ns illustrates the working of ttie|l:i\|r in one; of its apiiHeatiiuiif: \If .Mriclipieiitersliuuld repeat! his [id'anUsjil LiAlk Hraiieh al a Washiiifslon hriti;l I and:l(fot , ri'.siK)!iikint tlreijeshon'ltl hint or uuM* jneiiUoif of 'thehi, Mr. ('sirpeuler, iisttii' liionl eflife- iniilj means () 'f emii pel link' the\ news-' pit^iprs to let him nloinliwouhl .eoVii- : l fie . pluijii to the t'l'.iniinal l.Wjrt \f the l))siriet of ColiHiihia a till 'hauvfhe ediljoWtiiiiil putilinhers i^'A*hteil in Xesv Yjiirk, ii.r»<'.ltieaKo, or Siwi l-'raiieiseo, ;| ani( eafiuetl ofl'to \Vushin|',toii, at. <fc»v- i el'lijnent'expcnse, to he tmkl. Ill this I niaiincr, he- would seik||.»i KUL» the I pi'ivs I j J^y the aid u£_!l,ie pi-e'|\,ali>ne the ilMng'Wofld May HmOW peqptraavmade aware of tl| .iltlUUeriills j-1 iiiftuuniK.j'iiiKsuutl «w Iudlmfe-Het^enie.s \i fh^t are] hrouyht into exisMtee th roh I'Lati'iirAVali'ltiiivir. X. Y.)_ ^ eji.lv tiistiiiiily the wauls l.r il,it : .iU11• leil. . atltl llln* pllltlle |,'elii-uill}r.,ftlJil» ., New Drug ^tore ? Ciin.r iiiiilli of cuttmiul. (ii'ljiiliilin; Hie C'..iii- l» pi* 1\^ l , >—(j i •» I calli'iuiil. in'! AiUl'ltlsel 1.1 t'o'iiytlJUM vTiint'lioM, 1 ' , .' TH A J-T'H. A.VIl ruMl'I.Kl'ls-TUI K UK +;vri pKiipr^iEiute.. : t I i • «T MKIllCtNtCSi r\XlY A ItTIl'l.l>s. all.l tliui|; ilsmlll} kijil III a Ill-li'ltl-- IKlIB sp.iu.. rL ' the treasury and disfionor Mle nation It was lhe presx that exposea UieC'ledit Mohilier sw indies, njoiely fisivudn, ISos^ Shf'phetil riin;n, salary (vrtth|i ami uti- ihijroiis other villainies tlmjlliuve re- i eiivetl theeoluleinnatioh of tile peol>le, and 'consigned those eou'.leSlW with them to political uraves. To |lie intluV cure of the pM-ss tTie|Hatioli isliildebteijl fojf the repeal of the salary {.'nW-'sO lap* asj-it litis heel) repeUlet| i --imtrkoi' th st»{'teiih»(j of the etiliseteneesj^f suC'h iiU:iltji<Iirs of. C'oi'ijii'esN as hav over'-their loot when a free,p thjein up hefore a plunderer These eonvii'tftl'ioi'ruptrouists fuj: veijueaiiee,and look upoii|t i asi the etui-i- of their dowii j crush -it, the t rotund liill lia sijiuj'^Jid tliiuiif;li during the liMiTlell legislation at'the close of the sSssioii); niiid as it i> leiiorlctl that ,DislijiH^\|- luriiey Hjiriin-iton of W:isliiimtoi|i, uildetl in drafti'ug the l.ill, fit •i^\eoik- A desiiiitci' from Topeka, Kifnsas, say.s: There is no loii};er : douht 1 hat a laiw liiHlyMiR lmliaiiH aiv oji tin war putU, ami in'fiun'ing-; the iliv«M| and property uf Ipeople on the\ sou 1 licrii and Wf.sterii|horik'rH (|f KHtisiw.! The raid vw as befcuu hy tti,e Kiowa.', alni now' ei.iinijrilies war hu^ties froi« Uu- Cheyciriiesa ifl Arrapahoes. Threj-m^n were killed mil scalpi-d near M iseiv' ranehe, in the Indian leratnrj' last wt'eK, and ojie of them, 1'alriefc Ilen- essj, foinnuiy sherill' of Christian county, l|l., : was lied tt>. a wagi^ I and burned alive. Piuihi prevails jiilong the hnj'ih'tviiinil thesl-ttlers are mxvh jTht-y were eonfulent that deith was not j/rndueed hy mitrucutioti.. - The iiir juiy 'which they believed cause 1 death e liver or \yeri' if hack itio» of U)3i hoj'ih'iviiinil thesl-ttlers an their hnniV-f.aml htitirying tn aiul railwatl^. (low OsljornVaui' 1'ope are doing everything- hi ptyver foi' j. , l|ie^proteclk'>h of the and theehujstisemeutof the Ilu ' ' IT\ - - - •• MURDER ATITABIR lUg owns (Jell. their leojile lulls. I. A T&tmg Woman Tltrown pvor a Precipice. The Body Pound «n SuUday- • the Wurtlerer. -So 'hie to On Sunday last the body of ajyoung wniimn named Lovimi Kilbtu|i, was found ill Ffsh Creek near the'village of Taberg, .situatt- mi tins'R. \r.'& O. It. It., under ctrcnmslances whi' Ax lead tothesus-pieion.thatamurder hi id been eifliimilted. A reporter of thj* Ulica HtfWiht gives the following piu|teular.4 of the mysterious affair: The victim of this tragedy is' t.ovisa' Kilburn.jtgcit twenty-four yiiirs,'the lUuighteir<if Chirk Kilbum, age \ sixty fih : e of many seven yeais, -who held tlw eoli^talile at Taberg- for ver| ywii's. She was last, seen'aliv 'lly her fayicr at his home about 7A p. ji. Hatur- lay. eAbont that time he wei t to the • hee.se {factory, leaving heri in the sonix* Hilhuru'.s factory , house, :f she spoke of nnilui purehastes down town. Ku Imuse If* ij1 Upper Taberg, | about a nuarlerjof si mile north of tin village proper.! About nrn$ o'efoek tl]at even ing, Lovisa ealled id the millinery store of Stirah K. Toinpkinsf in the village, to pay n portion (if tin! price of anew bbnnel whichishe had pjircluisetl sjnne tiine hi^for^.' ! j - tH>tNli-TOWAHI> I»KAT UeUveeu !• ami 1() o'eiock,; Saturday night, )Fred, Barber, Cipher, Wads- worth, 'mid Misses Mayer awlj Walkup were wiilkingon the t'orlcs roj d, which leads fioiu Tnberg Village to t lejlepot, when they_jj:iw a woman-wa king on the south •side of the road, ;oihg to- wan} the hluir under \whifth the hotly uf the yiHing wonuut waa fotu d. This woman wias believed U> ha Lc nsa Kil~. iburn.by the membeiH of the j! arty who kii<;\v hei\ I'l'liis tielief. Was i when tlieyjexaminetl the bm was ni'covi'ietl frovn the ei^e was alone uiul-was not wali i fast, but appeared-to crOss} 11 a%.oid Inu'eting* thenu This last limn she was seen ali >n itemed y after it k. She tig vyl^ [• road' to ^•as (he e by any, pei'sotl w-jio 4»Sfe*yet been di senvereir, l'.etwijeii IQand 11 o'clock that night, Samuel p< Heck with, who esides on the soiitli sj'ule of F'i.sh Creek opposite Dr. is'l'lsi n's house, while going hoiW heardjtw-o jlisliuet sereaius, apparently i%Hn!t wmnait. The sounilsjappeawl to eoijie lioni the direction of Dr. Ni}I- *i son ajuii Thilyn ung wtitnai til his; hi) me on Saturday .night, about V half-paslj .light Jiuijning as us kept jhoilse for him hi» \v<ifv,|U few yeiii suppijsiii|g the thing!iter s'fathef returned ten o'clock, and Mind the in-1, HiHldaughter since, tjl'deatli of s ago.. 3|e retired, was ifii her bed. O'u Shmhiy mornimg lie calltld her but refeiyed no answer and it pop eximiiii- i,ug Iki iioom, he bund jlhlt'lier bed luul'ijlot |«een distill bed. H\ suppospd she- liaiU stopped s.t Kliza. j Kilburn's housl\ all nigh't. After a; while, he went thtfre and foiilnl that H! I^had not been;thi»re. He sa| about jhV village J th Alex- Mrs, '(.'amp- have lost Saturday 1 found it e also said from Mr; furs|3&hUe, and w?nt. dowi ande'r Canipbell's house, bell said that\ Lovisa mus jher bonnet in tlie creek, uignjt.'nft her huHimud hai therHKXmday afleriioon. SI that! I.ovisa had started Tompkins, to go; to Xortfiup Tufts, acrossthe'week.' The old lifts and found that s! d H»l' lull 1 . i>o|l>lniii :i.u 1 'i|<>««tii.| N- lf| ^_,u , *. . • fskierctl invulnerable.. Bv (he lihl ( »•<» ,^\ ineo und Liquors u \ hm ^ { {u ^ nj n,u M,i.,, IN u. .-. ue,sK> l thfir.o l ,eratio.,s, destroy the ||w .•l,vTfmipi.nn.|eil , * . . . • •' ill. •us. uuifiitt! l'i.. naiier amLrJ-dn the piiohslu-r whiluart 1 *eil|.itS..l.- Ill llie'l.icll l til... ' hi llnelnK . Hi e llflt t'lt'l i- . .1 „ M • ,t ,. , \l,, ^lubiTliiiinl i-nli. nl- iiieiliu.i:will' he pittiiipun, w.iitiit * expose theUl, I lie lir<t ca--c mulct lltp- I'lijf.i.-i.itis.l'i'i-si'iipiiints ins,nratel all h.nirs. ilay ..t- nisiit 1'. rs..i • fiiriij-.lie.l, in ufn .l,Lii| .hj'Ue.l ,1, limlr s4.|.(l'.inlit\ Ui&T* HM\ 'l t.e..*.l. i 1\ .\\ii pii i'\«'l).. '• nl i ;,|f ( f.Jl ulterttli.Mlpat'1.1\ I I I • [• j,| tl llSls.tlS'l.. M il.tll^l. HKVl.l :||t'- ,, '^ J wjin '- »~ '_'.- '. ^teast'^.sjijValf(' v { s, l'i ^ts^( 'ii H ^'inilii-tii'i'\i's... park.*!' makis a spj-clttllv nl\ the p w parillfwli tiil'\ Kis.'l I'l's.ali.l Aali'3ntt • v'l b . .'U'.l' preparedJiy hitii tn -nt\v eiiHie -sutisiisi.i.tni, ur ltt|v ha» been copimeiiccd'again ( s|ftljii. Detroit F'rec Press for puliU>hin^\ij) :t preitoii.i>.v mi-, , . . ... i ,, TiriX™\'rvi'iir.i«iri ) o.'..i'«'i.i •i.e- iniuui .i ....... ; communication r rm n its \\|ashinfet.m ..lest.njirl'ii^i VHoi.K^iKi..''. .'iv.'t, I'jniJ - v ... ,. ( , r ,- l .^ 1( nrrtt'iit named Ihiell, that SM i- Jl.ua .in. I jiUli e'. ami .i I'atil.n ,| Besjl, Brands of Cigars and Tobacco; ;* ' 'i^ivWli?ss,r' •. • tor Chandler was, on . i on v •DIM as U M 1 4t<-- '.•ii'it'i l'iMi-.riJiiX \>fi' ivi'ii-l-.u i lj t> S. HJAKKJi-L^VKLKH j f.\»ili.nl -fvlllll.. I x \iSna^tf , «- , V i'm.tltii'kl itni.'.ttori . Y Al •laeln-. nl I, u.l mreit'lil'tili, u prilsss liFi'vm FineWa \ sei-t: i v T]ie ISest ^1,11 lllld '(SJ.ttclis.'s on ,1 .Si!^ •liiiiLi;. FIRST Vil 1..1114. 11.1 \..ll.*i iis,.-,rlu>.'iit m I'allni initl ll.ii.nl , I..U1.|. lhlllll(e}s. ,Ve , alwa.Vs.il l 11. III.! i i]'lailil..i;fe\it f 'lii.iii a fall ami i.\aiiiihi.' itl-.i.iy...ls. . helore liiaklln; Imif p^-Htliiis.-^ !'• M i(;iilil.!& SHKAR, KCTCHKtt.T 1(11.1 Ileal'e|.s Iii ^ . Fres^i and Salt Meats. K1) ... i' LAB k'^IKTI. rVlillll'Jl- •'.teeuaV lhiiia.ui bjusjifto 1 ' I'l'rstj li.mr ii.-.rth. ..f Ultll|iit|lll..lllille| - tlll- l, . 5lllillelVl.il \.t\.'l's ll-Jefltlllhe I beastly drifiik in the Senate* Chanihh'. The next i»in>tituted by 15ossShepl««d H'ecently ousted hy an in|estigHf|fe coi'uuiiillee from the ^District of CoTt l>ia ring,- against Charles A- Dana tlu( Xew Yhrk Sun,'for showing Sh hcrjiupin liis true colors., and stat&ig that he would hear watching. Wlil'ii the seasoii is oyer at the fashltmaM» there. ,He htfeame feared drowning or frtu .' went home an«l four ut referred to was missing;and 1 returning toljiefi iliagi discovered parties had gone out i t search of Tpigliter. Her body wps brought hjiu at mah went ie had uot' 'lightened, play.' d that the. to T beet and H bon Upi tlm.l hh tioiAe, to hji n atj five o'e'ltfk. Sunday afteiipion, having been foiiiur in |the lietlf of 'tint creek. A short distance nbnve where the body was;discovered, wiije found an ear ring, and other ar-* iicll's helongnrg to the deceiised. ills. West, of Rome, and Xelspu, of Tafjerg, madi' a post-inorte: n exumina- Tayerg, m: Hon. of the was in the larger portion of t l The ribs were not fractured, h there external injuries upon tl They believed that the lacer the liver w'a» euused by nil entirely. Thin could have /b|en pro duced by it feill, without inly ' marks of violence. There was til r e of lhe s uill. , Tl produce install itiun eussii s'cribed would The concussiijiii referred to i have been produced by a ehlb .external maijks being visib agreed that jlhe young won 1 xteWial no frac- inju:ies di>- death. mill.not without i!K- All an Was dead before she fell into the wider. There are eonllicting theories in re- gard to this mysterious aH'alr.-Jtis known that suspicions wen enter- tained that the young wonmr had se- ei'et meetiug>| for improper j nifposes with one or ijioro parties, toft the jpast thiii ur four jiears.. Recenfty|but l!it,tle was said of lnfr conduct, birt Ijl was be- lieved that she was not coi ducting herself a* a vjrfcudus girl shoul d. Some of the village ri-believe she \i is wvalk- ingalong for in assignation with sonie party unknown,> tdward th > woods road, just beypnd the second piece of fence and J iuw]y opposite Drj, Nelson's, house, when.jniistakiiig the f rst piece offence, in tltii'darkness, for fclii .•second, j she turned abruptly and fell in the t darkness or Jnaikia niis-fltep thrhugh; tlie bruslirhwip Hud oyer the' m-ejipiee, upon the rocks below* ! The .other theory appears Jto t>|e the most pr oba\i: eepted by pa :t-toj* who have 1 iad <-xpe rience in wot is that the y lonely path assignation, ink) sonic d le, land is gene kihg'up sueh-a Kuril It itmijg w'oniuu \yi 'lit ifo thV ir t|he .woods lio id, tor an melt her parAnoui, got iFfleuUy with iljim {ibont sonie deinands or tlu'ealsi thrown o\'er above the 5 *}) found. >t \Vhere , the eai The-iji thV murderer^; his crime a; id jto give the < the bru.sh,b i the darkuC tlie precipice at rall| ac- and the •rin lailc deed art accident,-iiirev the rthe^iMikande jideii|\'ored the color ot stoekingsovi to do the same with the ha* r ribbon > but failed, a|i it lodged out pi'reach oh it would not he Uotii-ed in Ti«i tornj eai, th^ three or foil scratches 1141011 thejehin and n'ee't, the separated wjir-riing 'jaiul su}4 li,1 i s > tu *' double sere that were Lovi.su Kill- _as an opposite diiMtioil froih iilt^a'mile av^itj ,n\l ind ile murder. tunate young, j^n^-u^a) uns inva ivoniah's voice lieard hy Beck i-ith afte ami \v seen'] assijiig u this road in her home, 1 eate a hotri The unfoi strayed, fro n the correct, n r yearg ago, called as a M\Uness once in 1 [•5se at RoniV iv;lildi-prigii)s rg. but though nothing^ that tim>, it was jhelieve ths lm tal da • ^K' filu f hi a kjuew rnni'i than shelokh lively dtHjKsition, with no or, mental' nuiiady. Her and cohver<ation at theis : i 011 tiaturila >• I'.vening, and tie sl-reains heard, put iside all theories of duicide. About 10 0?clock on Monti; y .(foroner Lawton he ilaniniiuest uhdni tl|e body and after ejittmi^iingKeverdl wilnesses, theinime'st 1 waif atljoiwned u itil Satur-* day,- July '25th, witli the lioAe that more satfsfactory evidence [cjinfio pro cured. ' 1 ~ 1 > The tragedy liak caused gr 'ut excife- nient in •' the liorthem. fa rt of the county. The de«easedl?'aH.ii very fine looking young- Woman, $1 id always atU'actild eiinsidei[abre atteni ioii. Ofti- iceis who Kiw her in court ky that she was.very Blnarp, sihart anfl e: eeedingly self-imsseaied. - Kveryb6d!y is inter- esteil in dek-elopiilg ihenjy&lery ^tich now > shrou|dH this teh-Hil* m l S tHl y ••***• point was o co!npeal is si vod. This t'lim- donfe at Blush Hoi- ls al :d bridges. Tike :ng torrent. Tlri sets of .machinery, prises the damage low, except to 10a. road bed i s no\vii|iiiili r . 0 , report that the new mill oftheChurch's was undermined, provs unfounded, atf does the rumor that so ne persons were missing. Ow.ing to tinielyiwarning. no lives were lost. JThe\totaf inuouirt of dumage to individkials aiuij/fi the town of Chester,, as eslilnattkl at\.feo,oi)i) to ^25|l)Oi). At Mid|llett>hl' s\t*)ti'h;. two,' unyceupietl houses, one of them new,\_ owiit^d by West, lfuckley & Co,, paper manufacturers,. Weixv Wept away. [Every one of stx br s fven brillges on Jthe Boston aivd JA'lhany railroad', he* tweeth Middletielid a ! id\'Huntjiugtoii arejeither wholly or pa kially'destroyed. .The embanknienjt ot, the railroad is [washed out in many places. TmTBos- ton and Albany lail-road is-veny badly damaged foru'd'isflanci of twenty miles. ,Evipry bridge lietWeeii,MiddlefieJd and j Huntington, are wholly or jiartly ile- stroyed. The wfires are a|l'tlown be-' yond ('lrester. The {otal 1 loss by the disaster will reach sp33t),0iMi, The Ho'oil ,was'caused by the fiapid rise of the Westfiekl rivtyi [ - •. Destr$t« if Property i •. teHeaifoftkCitj. WABASH AVENUE IN RUINS. The 'Post OflYcje aiid First Baptist , Church Burned. ' HALF A MflLE OF FLAMES; •t *- fif CHIC Am) July If Another' con|lagr4Ut)ii is the heart; of fhu city this aftejnooni alxiUt oV'loek, in -soihe si near Fourth aVJeime It w«a at first llilowi Stift\ lii%jt^e, but t}u j , 7 p..M. raging in Three Chi Account Sofue say t\v_o Pnli.-tl .setting tin Tlie pri Hie' F'h-st ])o.st iitlict, two Jewifv (\atholii ehillie bllil \i'i'jiehi'al Michig'uh ' The'busline-i ino'stly uii|toue i'lurnt'oitt sure. . 1 Tlie reli have on h and-their is in w<irl F li itm linsi, . lotitl A.V •ag< stiiiiniers wew Imnieit. 4f i li ^origin of the ti-i'tMlirtVi'- 1 eiimiuV-W-edin tlie'stti.rc'wf Je'p?, %'h«>-:uje ^VisptL'tetl of tin- th get the'-ins-ui'^ee.' li-iiint 'UwUdings hui|)it wvre 1 >a|tistr'cl.iul'cli, ,tJ v iniKuary 'link j, MeiUio'dis.t i1iu.rcli', .y,|]kgogtie>, -St. M : ary> I'h.'IDavis Sewing Ma-' iiken's Theatre, Con-, ]i\dUO.d's Hotel,, tilltl lil'iyT-totlse. ' ,' i iwrt1oh».of thy city is' lle'd, ''Most of th'e people] are; tlit! kind that don't ih>.' ef aJiltlaid society fortunately'' and nearly :i lniUioirilolia'i'H, >i;gaii.i$atimii ^till exists a'nu ing onfer., \ r-A ( iRF4TU.9ii.00X VOVAUK..'- Sulliiiu l>|oil|-Jtull'al(> tit KoW .)<'»-s<'y in Tllil'U-.'i 1 ! Hunii-A Voyagi'.uf 400 'I'ruvei'siiiar S'tvt> Si\ ' MiU's. IKi'i i|i the HniJaly t'.nirie'r, July 7.\ tilUs. If the :«nnals of, balloon Voyages are eVer correctly -aild'thoroug-hlyiaiade^ tlu'useen don from'tliis city last'Satur- day will liold a-place anion,\- the fore^ jiiosl, boih in respect .to extfut^ the scientific value of tliteobservalio'if mucbe. and the n Uureo'ftiie country traversed! ,: f In Amer <ru only!,t\vo :buli'»ou voyiigi^ have beep inade, We' believe, .longer\. of l i |e 1 keen oKioji Iji T«- as hroved, \llal .slu' had a ppejarancAi purchases ire visited THE MILL RIVE] TER REPEATI*!!). i iret'oihity, Hurling of a Dam hi Hamp* Massai'hu.selit$, DISAS- MlllH, BwelliiiK* «•»«! !Awi»y.-|-tt»nittKe 1o ; - ] «:iSQ,O0O. Kit rxiM Swept Hr\ »pttrty Hiily, utuler tl e direction of lilie eoroni;!'. They fomul a friictnre .on over the i contusion, ght teiiiple, nf the left'wrist, discidorat lefi fore.head,iher<'sult of ad ,-epcontusion over the ri divided by alii Isthmus^iif the scalpj tin wound on inch side of the isthmus wtLsthrwf-i|Uan eis loan inlh in length, limiting the scalp to the bkuik This ap icared t*> ha ve been pia|lelhy a blunt substance. Tl e eoveringlot' the right •'was very t inch torn.irxpnsing the lileges of ihe eye. This wound ild luive In i-n product d by a blow similar to Hint l'tnind oil ;the temple. Tlie doctors fouuij no othj*r wounds or s of viole; ice except a ilejsh,wound ou the right irmjan inch e tin- elboi r, an inch in ohliijupl'v, about half inigtei', lint looked as if piishcd in 4 a stick or external marl at|d a Mif abov dcipthjyruiuiin ail inch hi <|li ll|e skin was if made hi IUJ ji^ht ear wa^j found spl 111 t; Pot! H. CIFH-'DRD, u A(iF:XT F'.OiU ' •ni'JE.ltOWE'-sKWIXil M.Vl'UINK tliehesl ewoijil. Ollite nearly oupnslu. \ ale - Unit. lam jituctluii, X-. Y. ^, it i be leVU'if ll| sjioilfs of corruption,to eiifoive the lav to ritifle |the t»resj, and people. he uvper \ eratelfed sliji )pdy the stii'i j normal about k the neek { U't !of tlnl \*. s'crat<'hes I ^.vaterrng places, and a l|oiJde oi' vaiiih J examination made by tin , pircAireturn to the t apilol tlie » heel^ol'go\Teriuiicnt t is probalile \that contril^utioits \will. it- levie d upon iill w ln> share iii lliej itr.ee the la\] |ilunder th middle, ami were.found 01 the upper p ; it appeared stub. Ill an reporter, the it. across the ir contusions nil chin, and breast was urgeons the foun Jiea SMUNGFKI.D, Mass., Jtilv li.— The following is a correct: «tat^i iei).t of the damage done on SaturdayL :ha 111b, at Bhwh Hollow or Middlefidld'-flifi fac- tory village jusit below 'ffliei hi^oken ueservoir: The large'houw o^yned J>y thoiChurches.and occupi^} by Josep^ King, was the first one. htruck, the water passing clear fhrougl 1 tlie build- ing and tearing out the floe rs and win- dows. The furnitiire drop: ied| intoithe cellar. Nearly opposite vasi a large; house, occupied] bV Alfred 3'Brjien- The flood struek 1 Miis buillingonjone eorner, cutting out tlfe firs story from the- main house Entirely, while! the floor of the soeond ^tory dr >pped down at one end, land b&tifor a c pi e t f deBries which lodged neir it^the ii'liere struc- ture uiihou|)tedly would lit ve gone off. On the east side of |he s reet aii old barn, oile hotwe; and* a h iilding for- merly oeciipied as & boa rdihg-hoUse but recently , used Tor st wage, .Ware swept a* a 5'i nothing renn intng but a few boards. Just below i,s Kvhaf re- mains ok Oliver Brush's Uouie.'iOn(>- half of ithe ktrge L >w v as orb oifj and destroyed aiid tiie otliei\'H)i!tihnJof it was turned rounds A laige building used for atoring Wool, and contaibing many hundred pounds, i ml a horse shed attached, were swept mit'of sight. South of ihe store .stands tl ie remhauts .of Oliver Blush's lmrn,;pi ekled full of hay;, the weight of-which ;ei]ved as an iuiehor to the building, >ut did not prevent it from being s >Ht -up and broken. | On the opposite side of the stream was Qliwv Blush'* mill, three stories high mid 60x40.' When the. flood struck iSfi dam jusl tfprth of it, that gavle^wsy, letting thee rfttin stream •strike the infill, and it disa speared like an egg-slu'll. This mill lad not beeu i>unnin{i for some time, but it contained ten sets if old style wopleii machinery, and par \of the building \ 'as used as a grist mill. Opposite the mill, Wm. Blush's new barn rece(v?d the full force of\ the current!- w|hichi had branched' toward the east and.S9Uth. It was a snbrftatithil xtrueti pe anetstood the tesi Avell, only a larg \ wing, used as a cbrfiage-house awl eontaining several'piirriages keing ca rrlied off. A few steles farther down th i streajn was Wm. Blush's carriage fll er and shafjt manufa|Ctory, 70x.40 feet, vith a* wing twa.steries high. This eoirtailneik a good ercular «aw mill, and ai large eiuahtity of other valuably niaclynery. and by hUii*et i sonth, seu<i$jig tral part of tlu- At half-past hail, made almij: the corner of 1 street, burning! up ; kinds of peopl the', lire rfepajHnicij process, of blowing gun powiler, but th niented -with were riie fire started luilf-pasl four jail frame houses ami 1'olk street. tsoiithwurd by^a yiiiif soon shiAed, i- from the t blew a f _ the tore toWani thece.li- cityj: ' sjx b'cltick' tlie liaiiu's s.t :* iHean sweep .up to hinUrAvenue and Polk Before <• itling loose,, ohe\iof the voy- agers hai his wateh set a t ieixact Burt'aliii Uine, and by this chrwiKjnieter Prof. King,cut the'i'4p'<i, Uifdllk' baTloiinleft the ground \at 1 precisely t>:04 oVioe'k. Oneifiin' ite aftli'i-Sviaving Jihe feirtli; the balloon iad risa.«n| to'u,li«tight of 1,49(1 feet.\ l'i'if. King ill'cuTed t<> run rather low, and aHo\\<Mlfl,|e Builatto'to deseeUf so/that \i .t mamyj times tile drug^ropi would £f uch t]|epgroumt, avid freiiiiehi eomhmijication'jtetiidTbe had with tin. people, ichose gtw'ral desire appciirei tube tl> it. tlie! htdjom-i.-slfould'. \i-oine (loWafef'.'', ndgihg 'll'bni ilieh-cordifvl in > vitaoi)ni..,„fiiiT;w|li6 tor the iw'6st.'_par.. were <le.i f t o the!ilJ«iesiioh.i.-put to liiem in riiglii'il' to vill^g^s .and -'othvf prxttwir neut lainrniiirks i'eltiieirneigliboi'iinod. The location (iflfWateii•Valley,: wMiicli was pafsseil .i^riiiMly! i).vei\ at (i:4i),;'wai:, howeve'', distijn( J tik''4 s( ' t 'r ained, jiMii< is the s/uitheriuyjl'lage in the town <if Hanfliu -g, and vj|ry shortly after leav- ing it t l ('balhiihT'ii'tkv-ehid'over F>jdeii. Heariht; tl«e voie|'»st>rti n invbei'of pet - pl ; e appurefiiHy efllieiirating tlie \(ilor - ()us v K-otirtJi,'' tkefbalioon'ists ^\ll'led <>v in rfepu'jchral toia'Sj \Prepare '^ 1- \ Whatithose^rho heard 'tlj; of lut prepare v^arnin those, t ? tho(ight; about]'.it its\ one lings' tl'iei lerial Itravellers . l.e home's of thou.- Ajt the above corner It connneuc-cii the jiip building** with huihlihgs exjieri- nnall' woot'l.en a'f^- liot it'lld' out, hilt iii imdj tin- effect' 'ht-^-oii- jjuttin.. from In fail's, and would ojily luive the l efi'ect of making a .huiel The wind is blowing the lire,\ is ntnv <> liiHMJf our bid tire The ,'west sidl- of ljow-jn full blaze. mediately-in the n • blaze of tlfeni. very fresh,\and the verge of-the i\i Harrison Vtreet. Wabash avenue 4s Tlie fire is just im- ir .of tile First Bap- tist church, arid with ;a clear sweep to the north and eist, the exposition liuililiiig will ijjvoti ilily l>c coiisuiiieil. A dense black palh of sniokt'. is haiig- •iiig over the expected course of the lire, dropping its j advance*'niessepgers of cinders on l-Jin- ri;o s of huildlu^s. The streets' vith in a mile of ttlic con- flagration are cro\ tiled with teams of every description! loaded to tiiei'r ut- most n'zijtacjlj'\ vvi h housel'iolil goods and nierchau^liw. a The'lire frSom this on wlill burn , a p a< inuch in five min- utes as it has])i'ev]yue : iy in lifU'cn, con- sidering the valuejeif etttlkifhs.and cents. The heat is \4vy p l'«at, and tlj^' is no- xloubt that, in \aijU to .the^x,;'uiiir ary>losse's, we Avil Jiave to mournvHn\ losli of lives, its it is next to impossible-- for a liri* of this inagnitude and fury, burning-lhroiigh as closely settled djs- trii't as tins, withmit calling for much human sacrit)ce. | The principal lilies of the Western t'lii^U Te'leg'apl| ('ompiiny, Vmfniiig Stajt street, soiue forty 1 been burnt; but \as tlie east through wires, have a line's on canal stifet ate out of danger there will he no interr\iplion of tele- graphic comi iiunpat ion. The fir& has bu|nt over,'so far, about half amifeRi lejigtli and •some four blocks in \Viiili , and although the ex- plosion of ; gimp>wder is still heard every little! \rhil •; there is but little hope of staging the fire till it reaches the-lacke. ;, , ; 10 p.' M.r-A* e> pected, the fire swept into and ove|' the.elegant First Baptist church,^on Wab ish ave'inie, and what was thjs evening of the inos\ edifices in ing heap o' As it Wfis course of t}i<i tWinel about QiSi> \ftlci* buildi^i ter made ajir move the mail teams were service, aiii ,'jbefore sundow-n, one Elegant and costly clmreh r ciiy, is now asmoulder- a sudden low. Aft'ejhhu lighit'' King tMlsulhci direfr'tji n iii whi idled votild 1)(\ donahlj [ravers j'ennsj to tipi'i in tin' little lliaving^ lofty h 11 after hill rosT'ln front a iitjt-ie |and woultl lie s|):'inklei «'antlly. the ino lvauia,i;jir irtijei'rhu' loom. l B stop ',to if day.iliei .'iiut.-Pn It sullieil'i it -con lilU'iye that t ' icfi he 'had' thus I -.unserved, to'fi*el : f(' certain it-hat the jlialloon woukd. in.tarn<>us lvgnms 1 .six > 11 'jt 1 ie 11 i lis 'beg; ksiforhiililhigenoii ljiy ____. . . t J > : e!i,! i [iwi nilfl iriif-iHts' ttoj ii,' i',J 'SI-Ul'l«.s| 2 pIK ,:i,.-«). |1 (in •lIlK'lKV '3'Wi -4 .\Ji.-il I, sUiUies, *|(«i| .\> Sir 6 2f> 7 mi itliji'lies S]iO<)| ii 50] 7 as ' \ 12 Inches ftJW '10 0i!'l.l i»i iill ijii'lips'l l'J TO 115,-cui 117 I) Bilsiiic.ss^l-.iril.sjjt' five lines-br less one year, fgM si\ miHitlis.^J.ilti. 'Kver.judditiohal-lini'iTScentsiriw yisir. «r .wiiplits for six reibnlhs. \ .J Loeiil Kofices'sivill 4)e|i:liarKcd at tl\e i'ate~<of SPII oent-sitfr ljhe f'6r.the iiijft insretioii,,. anil live c-i>iu» teiii'lisuhseiitieut insertfon.' -• l t - -•-'--\-•• -- in, advance'. by regular eusto- P-l'^ Ijlle ! 10,r iC'ttv ti.au.j.-,r-ijjueui iitoiri nun. ' , . TransientladvertiMPiii Bitspayaulein. advance'. .AUvertiseinents lijnv. a'ded tons by regular custi hstriietirius,4\ill be iiiae^st— • mefs witliuju -speci unti! furbidi lmrg 1 aucovd,ii^iy. . J\ -;i;i •of landing 1 \vajs ikalf \\-iiy'\ytfwp?h Sa- le>m aiul Bridgtoti, ?s T ew Jerse-y, and the dlstJahee* travekHf. was about four lii'indred miles ailtt lie crow flies. * ,\•*'.' i (*•* «^~ -~ i ^tM TEL^R.'PHIC XEWSA^ '? .. •'\ , ' \ :i The Ci'uits ia. the «low of ^1 inIK., eusts. '»• ! WASJifaNliTOX, low'ingj;-was U'eecjveil at part-iifeiit to-elay STVPA:I% Minjn., July 9, u .^!\'I I: =n\ IS'orlhwfM^riir, C'ouu- ota, llevonred hy lie.- July ltitlt-^The fol- the War Be- • •• ' !\ i _ ^AJterrible calamity has befallen the people in the several'counties iii the northwestern part of the -fetat?. The locusts.have devoured, every kind of crop and left the country [for miles entirely baire. ' They did t-h£ sai letjiing -l'afet year, in the, sairiie ai ea. Many_thousands are.' now stifiei'ih * ,fo • foo5, SwlTrttni usiiigi • everypublic .aim private souree tha*t I' can laWjfi'illy'coinmaml.to send iihme- tliate stipplie's of focrdi This State is entitled to'two years' quota of ,arijna, •estimated tit $S,lt>q.. I respectfully jre- iiuest that the Subsistence Department be ordered\ to turn over to me in 'lieu•' t«yf these alius ai u'arterlyecpiivalen| in value of TationSj o r 'such' part of a r^tioii as'I niay reqnHt. i should not make this request bml- from the gravest lea- - sons, and to prek-enlt imminent starva- tion, f lm-ye ustjd every resource Which the State has gljveii. I eawiestly hope ,'lhat the*.obstacles of for^h w'ili not bef allowed to jnte'rjfere. .'\ (). K. DAVJS, Govern«i~.. Chief -Clerk Crosby Jorwarded jtlie „ {• U'legrain to S w London, \with there- appears ti for diverting an proper- source gency. •etary Belknap at New the endorsement w&t be no authority of jaw.. ap]>ropriation from iti-t' pve»n in cases of enaei'- • A I»iH<'«nva(;lo« J*letm-e from.tlie Coal ' ' \Ffelds. ' \' ' T • ?'\ \Mil , Se'KAN-iii-A^P!i.,Julyl3.- : -'\yit'Muthei' ~ pastj, few days tjlie Dela\vare and Hud- ' -*— 1 son Canal .Companyipaiiy haveiave d'ischavged.: l d'isch large niinibersl.of 'Workmen *he*t\feen Carboiidalcj and-Plymouth, so that at • • present .there lire 4,000 men aud .boyg idle, who -but » sli'ort \time ago fqjund ' euij^oynnent u^frr'lihiWcompany.^ TheDe'laware, Laca Wanna and'Wfe^itr erii Railway (1'oinpauy has suspended . 4,000-. nie'n, anil boys, and inaiiy ejf ita '.hestanines are : die. jln its car and/ma- cTune shops also, wages, workineu^tand ' ' Hi J'l •the hoiuis of 1; to the l(5\vi'st neaiiy,2,0()(i m this finie hist i about. 500. ' The Lehig-1 ut' liallttst js powe* to. •4 balloiVn, and tlie re; was ]ple,Hty: of tli|it, )?e L'li: expended,'and. -only t loon i haps : tliiiig j range (over, 'death lllO'UIl. of hit signs ,..,.., , |)iMn]dedv*i!td'the*VI5\if Kilo\ wo'ulil '•$* 'antlly soar over the summits. Thei'4 wits'a peeuliiyi' feeHwg if vict >ry in -so vt sily ovvBeonungJheso jnight' obhtacU's which itliel'oo1./)f'man [•ouIilfurniouhl.oHlybyle'xceotlhiig tifil, knit which railr >adsj,'aided by all lgiiuei'Uig ta|i|lit;ii.f title- age, and' ill that jmoiie.yn'a'11 do, nf-ust eitln'rc jardly ravel arf dnd o.r laboriously 1 t-hToiifJh—a sei^si olf exultation, wh. lose liehii^s .who luive had-I x-perU'ijeeiof.' this sort—and j \re \hirds-rcan- ajipreeia'te.- ( h- bor, haye beem' reduced lossible ebb, and wliere •n were fully employed ear, tkere are- nowoiily- I A* a lie j - ('oinpaiiyi has' '^~ lischarged Ubi|)ut.J, ? 0!i0nien, aiidiu the WilkesOaiTe e >ai region ho fewer than ;S,00() men aiid |-,oy.s have Ijeeil throWii idle, niaking in.all about 1,2J0(X) men ai>d l)()yi*suft'ering;/froin entorceel idl^nesSi in the Wy<wn waim« coal .n dent of the ) i morBihs .jigiV 1 and Coui C|n1 X he by w- >i'c •di- al- er- : :ii.e wa.s noted ; with pleasure,--as; after ^rayge^of liills .was pa» hiringl'the liourf •hetwee.n -fd: lie he ed, les e'se Ut pf she was niiost fustjcttily ivet vantage- of Ihw' was that'the couUl v ^eHra.;ed.' \ie ascertained 'Uinis. ve lire wa?. at t'po i opening the I nothing ab- t and lungs. 'i'lie w£ter» fairly split tAis niiljl open at the bottom (Jam. Tl e wing used for ben ling carriage Wort; was torn Off, hut the entire-building w ill have to be pulled down. Churdi's did mill, some distance below, had;a lame portion of wider- Dinning torn out, a nd one of the abutments of the jW»ter-i -heel ya's de- stroyed, but the building 'V ,jk •y,•evident from- tlie and strength ofHhe M., that the post of- ooined\ thepostnias- fiiients at once to re- mand all the needed •>iice pressed into the few minutes before H o'clock , Wheii tlie building caught, the' last loaded vAigi ii' had left. : The large brick dwelling fn the south-east -cor* ner of Wahsish aveiiue and Harrison street seenneiltl e.most avtiijidde iioint for stopping thji\ i progress of the'lirif through to Michigan avenue. Among; the build,hiffsd<lst-royed on the eastsjdif of WabijiSh a\|euue;. was the church huillling'ftnlmeijly occupied by thecoiir gregat?ou|of Hohert Laird Collier. 1 Bi^tikYeen jSldjidge't'ourt ami Harri soli strwtjk ' \ aA'enue, wh.ie upzen hundtSmie buihik- ings wer{» destroyed. The whole of the west'side of.the a-venue be'twecu the'se lim ts,, every building wasflt'vel- ed with t-- itigrojuiid ; and looking w'estj, the.-samej deudjj Jevel of ruiiis i» prif- sejutedasi was s!0 vividly engraved oji the memories ifl our inliabittuitsofllii; of day.lijght and. the rise 'ie Valleys were culti vat ail Ociuisioiis*'tlie .whis oiiiotivij.s M-ere, heard. Tl of civilization i)i|oved that ajre- gion (ifeountt'y. entii;ely paubanjus^was not hMi'igr enleired, an.il nothing sl-:ort of croiising the A^lle^hahies would il ive satisri.'d any.friie'/?f the party, '.'he courst e'oiild.hwt lie a{rcurat*dy de.eiv liiiiiei 1 bet wetfiij the dying out of 11 ^ht aud.tiie rise.\of the iii(>iui, a.i^l -henee the iilyent of her .celesH'ia.1 ltiglness was ti yvaijfed UrithMnudii iptel'est, jind when the '] sW<f et: re 8'H did liiver jfl),e | scene politely, thougl^ enthi comeil. The great ail ilhiiu mating presence direction of tl|iel>all.oon The 1 lie of tva-Mi'l could by .m. ting the, itwurse-'<w'thy'dritg-iope overtrt'ostafiTUiary.objii'tsoh tbeearth, and t ion tht*'lo<'ationjji.tht'lu*avt!ii.sof. .fair lima hensejlf, : or tliat of'the iioiHh star, iVhefe |t^\]as not obscured, by the highir .edoijclsi, WoiiM 4m)ply tlie third point necessary to fi'si the (direction. So the \Bufifello\ sailed'on'uil-ni.j^ht,i liyinjc over\ jseak aftei' peak,'and tl|e eyes of those >ishe ctirried.so: galiajitly were pleased\ l ' u ' sight of'c'lvlti- vated landwj hi the galleys. Be oW, also, were seen Sniiny s;inu<>us\s4re; nis„ solne evidently iargej;arid if is lively .tlyit the west fl'i'Miiclii of the;'Sus jue- haniia, the, Jjuijiiata and the Susju'e- haiU|ia itsef'f AvWe\ seen, and per.! laps eachi several.'limes. JThe 'nibu'nlaijis cross :'d' niriKK'ljiaye'hifwi spui-s otj tlie Alle.i;hanics,,-.ii{ JNIcKj'oii and. .Butler' coun.les, Jlhe Alleghai|iies tiic.nise Ves, J pi'ohably erosseU' intinCIiiiton- c'odnt,v,. the Tiiscarora i{ioiriita'|-ns and life JBlue.\ iifoui itaiiis.; - , W len 'day ifh\vnesi r 'the \Jinfl was, oiitiii .to bf'sailing along pai Ihe w'i'tliftheStjsqW'hannii., anil f jusit',entei'ii!i»;'tlHi-J.ioi't|j,e,niust !VW no. tllTel West iiig y alley and. gions. Thfe \p ind^pen-v inrher throWii out k fev y the Lackawtt-miail^u • pany. ••-'!', Y' ); .Vccidtjm to Sleniuboji It Y\; ,'J'.uly-13..—--DUritjigthe • the K'anadian .steamers >i'intliiian' suilk'in tlje St, er. Tin- forner bj- {being gdeii's Island, and the. Cascades-at thei|jotof caii.al>. The.!passengers e sfeived: • i .\ ' . ()SWK<;O',-X late liurrickni ()s}>iey am.lC .Law'rence riv ilrivejii on ( lattci! 'in the Bcauharhois '-a-nji-crejw w ( e,i -v i •'•••• \— i . < yt-loiiei Nirsv Yti'RK, 3-u.Vy \R. —A speeia'^ div- )iattii frbin (.'fiiwh Point, says a cyclone in that village ruim^l houses, factories, hariis',.fences avid trees, aiid mlvny peo- ple aivd 'cat™* were injured*' ItAveat down.pas-t Cri'ek Valley,,and it i s tjearfeil groa't itaniag*]' has.beeii done. • .'- i i f~l l>i^li(l •l|tnll»oif Aet'ideul, f \ N)7(v YORK, July 13,—A L'ondoii il'is : jlatcfh siiyii there'was a fright3fuf''aeel- deiit at Crcsntore (Jarde'iis, caused by an attempt oif a balloonist to descend : i'roin hislialio'on when,at a gre-at height,, by-ineans of a flying maehiuS.' Tlie' niachin-p did not wo.r'k as expected, ..and'the hal|lounist fell to'the fearth -with giieat velocity, mangling h|Jhiu a horrible in inner. T f heaiiv) HOfiii feel Mdridge'Court ami Harrij- hay--mid river, w^th the surroui ^n -tttie east side of Wabasll |(suriirisinglv beautiful) coivufi'v for ... ,S. . . i n ».«.... i...n.i;.4ui'..: ,..i ...\ .,!.».,.• i...:- :,.!...- . one liievi'i' .before unfolded, to t l iff, n an,jthe |iolile Si?squehaiina, in'g jnto ('hesaheake 'bay aiid Delii river, w^ith the surroui eye ipen- Ware ifing over e's ai«?mt being given' tJ> the nto ii nil risii nil e>s : Ut-Alice.. , , t!:3H A. >f! fhe,.liillloi|i( pa ddi- liigetir: I'oods aiid fll rli i.turje r,einoVi|l year 18711 The danji . burnt an<lf h'stbiyed iii thifir will fully iipuwj fhe loss of .buildiiigif. -- As theigood slifler with the bad on 'many tiech «<«»], Vo in this instance the 'bM have WifTertiJ with the good, anjd probahlyl t'mt section of the c-ity woulfl yjiurified of its' sTitms so tlioroughry in the next ome, as it has been this ve; hours. Chicago h?!is r^'ficatioh,' and w'ill in better for it. riie tight with the lil'e State street and Wabash ml-Van liureli and Ha!r- The St. James Hotel has Wfith Its four not have! been e*ft'ectively [anil fifty yeai'slo evening Sir th hadagrHt pi the end be th 10.3(1-pj, il.— is now Jin avenue, ywtwe rison streifts. j ust, t'onnnen ct'd bu r n 1 n Jri.Y 115, -l unde'rc<Ji|trol that there age don Van An len y over Delaware Htyjlon the ivest- shore -of r)ehiwaii'e'B;j^, aitil she then tit-.tflt'lght of •lieariy two miles. i'c-mas'ted fn^a-gohig vessels'in the r below lociktil n!o Iiirger tUttb- the- littlki pewter ships whicli c v lKiys buy for nt or two iai the fancy store-, and island.on ivliich 'Fort Weli.ware ds seemed i|o liigger than a Ifvzl'ii- imx. But nip. the'-Delaware- .river I be seen ;Ne\v, Castle\ and gt-on,Delaware, and l;cag*ue I h lie ijiist below Phihide le to the sDiiitli the, coast cot I ed down.'so that Cap> M-av inctly visible, ami bey<»nil tii id expanse j\'f -the Atlaiitic s.was gI;o?y el|oiigii for o,n\e. v.. ,as tin\-.country lielow wm Ai.:M.— and it * be Three! men treet by M.—The lire is now «eeins inipossiljle much further dam- were killed in falling Walls. 3 co-l, \WM dand, phia; \d-be was U the W'l'llll. lyage, dVan-\ own •CUBA.- ' «-' ( • —^ ; . i r The-Juiise about to be Solil-—Reported o6.n(«miilnteilAr,raiiif«>iiients between Nanta I.uoia, Altlama and Concha— AMloiiiHliiif; if True. .... The \New 'Y T ork Herald* has redjuivied a letter from a 'reliable source, contain- - ing the'-toH'vwing piece of iiewJiiibdut Cubaiuaft'airs;. The substance of tihe Jet tt^ris as follows: ;-\. [.' » I have reason to. bi'lieye.that thje two citizens'of Venezuela w-ho.have ju|t arifiv-t'd from Havana with passports friinj (ieijeral Concha, conie here! cojm- niissl'ovied by lum to treat with Aldoma tortile surrender oftheir amis hy th\eT~ pa:riots of free t'uha, in .cbnfwmity • _\\;ilU soine'TTirrangements to beiiiiade/ the tenor pi- Avliich I ami ignjorant. These tw*i) Veiw-'zuelans 'went WCubtt iiljlhe, first ejxiieditiou Of the Vira'iiiius, aniil have been, fngaged! a \sljort time agb in -the, ranks' of the .paltriotij, and lat'elyj. they Were! designated by\ Santa Lucia .to se-e Con;cha and A)U'Uuna. c I f all .this is jso, as .J he-. . li<ive it ti/be, you have here an ilexpla- \* •lml'ion- of the fall of tlie Repul^ic-in iSipain and tlie accession of \Sermiio to power, the appointment of the san- . gill nary Concha to the r Captain Oenr eiii'lship of ['ulia ; the deposing.^>fC*es^ pedess-, who has always rejeeted ev|ery khM of conijn'omlse. with Spaih^'llie . election of'; Santa . IAicia-^-a d§ela,Ted a<lliereut^tii the ikietrine of,Spanish territorial integrity.; the'nomination ' of iVldania,, wh() eto«s niit Wish'the war should he carried to tlie West,.apd the pura-ly&d'UOn «f bu.sj?iiv«rt in thi? dgeiiey \\ \ \ ; * ' All this-in''\' that tlK'1'el.iu'e mbrf.'.motives'tiiim.one for biVlieyiiilg certain su'spie\iou$ rumors \vhich ; have reached .us from ! Cuba, Paris, London aiid -Madrid/- A?ou^vili )bserve that'-Maximo Oomez is,om)0sedi i Su null j ,., >f ^ : o|iiv county.> am- si-eiu-, i,ara-ly«d.tion «f 1 lehOBjl^lily .beatilifitl Vi'liwi. s i iH : t . Dci-cinber. }A11 this -inflicates- l'ljiiu such a height asth'at If the.Dfl'euj'antj.s. Wi;ir'. The shij ler ilk (lie ball|oon i>i:cis,sed intol), il, iinjl\ .the jWiij,d>- diaiigcd,' it to |take a nio.re easterly d'i- iiass in \\over t,he SUsipielifiniia iK sjx-inUes above Havi-e de (Jrace aieT,J4l 4... M.,, »h,en at tin 'uUituijle of iThe^panoraniii was to th.ese secre.j*rianipii'vrt»s ft ISovita Lucia-, and ,tiijs>fai't Will ex4laTii the \ruin'otli wbh'h states that | th<*v had already fought with each other. '^Tliey have not come to bjows, but tjie^ have- quarreled ; they threati'ii eaCh .other, anil, therefore SanguiiiTias resigned' his coinmand and i s (>xpectei|l to leave Cuba. . . ;•'!..-. -..FOltElUX ITEMS, t 111: Sidney Herakl in givfjjig the /I psji'tJcU'lars of the loss of .the irojji clip- per ship' British* Admiral.on! the West side- of Kings , Island j says; Out of eighty-eight - persons on hoard only » nine 'survived to tell the tale,. The captain and principal officers Wei'elojit.^'' ThejBritisli Admiral is the eighiteenth^ vessel wrel-ked .011 Kings Island since ls40,ainT oyer K<M) persoiishave perished •on-' its shores. ,, • ' ', •\ . -IN London, 011 the 9th iiist.,-tlie cor- ner stone'<|if the Lincoln ToWer, to b e erected in fl'oninieinoration oftheenian- State's, w: \ofriciated terchange of\ a large „ 'ous for si : descent, unti \-the\ liallown „*>'' t) 1 *-'. ()( ' was travelling rapidly toW;i'rd thersea- i^taml in ii st, which was not'many mites ills-] London. Prof, jiving «JLeeided to' lanife The V-The M ket first struck quite, violojitNy in a nuikiiig ner of a jwheat field, rebojinded over f a mihl of scrub -oak and hickory sajjlings, aijd then came to a. decidedly tumultuous settling at lite minutes .pajst seven in themjorning. .The place : I 1 f M eipation ol negro slaves in tlie United Is laid.;.,.Minister SHipnck Speedies and frieudly'irt- >f'senOmt'iit, in the presence LT-athering, Avere tlie features •asion.^'The structii,^e will prominent positron in South coronatio 1 vtionds foi* his family is estimated to he \yorth , at the lowest L'alculatio ing of Burniah has, been reat preparations for his re- indnlgi'iig largely in dia- the atfire 0/ liis own .and dresserf. -One dreys alone n, Sl00,000. ./. - -A--

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