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Tut election ' in X
List tveti, Vcfullail in oo choic for
Governor. oi:hr partr bars roceived
major! j, t third forty hiving drawn
rff sutoikI thousand vote TLrec
JJcmocrmio Conproflrnrn were rlccttj
kdiJ tbo Houst h claimed hr both par
tics. Th Lvgiiktui't must chooso Tt
Tin N. Y. Tribun thitft iis rsfloo
tions on llio New Hampbhire election
with -this synirfcant languno:
New Utinp'.hire has lias not lieenroo
t'snioeraUc. This vota mesas mainly,
If oat wholly UopulilicHQ spithv, brn
jf over-conli Junco'auJ tho c intitiuous
triumphs of'rixleon yents, sol l'cpub
Heart ilisj fleet iou, entron Jerel by local
quirro's, liquor, an 1 llio unwise nuJ
uutiim ly Sumner trouble I' is not
ly the cuotiuusuco of audi causes lh.it
parties are saved ; and if (he lesson i
to l loirnrJ, la tim for 1872, it bit
not x'wen as a month to aoou. Let
Mt take it for warning and iocitemoot
ami tine up the ranks.
The Coal 1'unlcT
Thing acen.cd to be um heiigod.
Doth operator arid miners loem deter,
mined to Ght it out to tho bitter end
Tho fullowia important suggestion
appeared in tho JA'nr Journal of
" If few leaders sr dcterminoil to
koon this re;:l.io in M letter lr their
tyiunny nod opprevion of the miners
nnd laborers enza.ired in mining coal,
nod which is now extonUiinr to nil
classes, agsirtst all rasm and common
tie, thore rn a lo;:al way to reach U.
Tbs Grand Jury of this (Schuylkill;
truoty will meet in about ten days,
nod tan then declare this regiou iii u
sftto of disorder. Au l then u log i
application can be mailo to place it
untU-r uiartiul law nnd the inm or
dered to fo t? WDik or leave and rIvo
.phice to others tint will. If any of
t1ieo loalerj should Interior in auy
way, arrest, try and punish thetu on
' Consumers nliroad enn greatly
aid in this matter by taking active
niii8urei uImo This i a contest be
tween nbout twelve oporaiators in fu
Tor of luriiihhii.j; rrml ut a lowor rate
to cult the uttered atatc of tho trade ot
the country, and wieh will nNo hccttre
much cliAtiper rates of transportation,
Cti thc'onu side, and eight or ten ope
rator, who nro working with the li-nd
cr ot tho Wotkinuit-u's Ui'nevilcnt
AMociatioo to l;e( p price higher thun
they oiif;hi to bo. The miners can
work nt "$2.f)0 biifi' uud luuke hotter
Wage, working only about neven
hours s dnj than other mcchuuic
Who Work ten hours a biy.''
The I'arlslan ttt lgu ot Trrror
' History, al;is ! i!o" often repeat it
self. It would appoir, ays th ',
oi 11 a ttcoonu . it'-in or terror witt
bccinnii'g iu P.iri.a cupy of that
terriblo disorganization which cotu
monred on tho Its.-1, day of May, 179.1,
nnd cotitlmcd until ths end of July
1704, when robe-picric nud bis sate-
i reriatied by th Just ant doom
That Tr llicdciiirovor hJ JsirieJ
Th sturoslis of murder spread trom
tie capital to the provinces, and it bus
been estimated that, in fourteen mouths,
the boIoenul (if human lives dcstrnyod
exceeded 1.022,000 in number, with-
' out incluJing the massacres At Yor
. ail!cs, the Abbey, tho Caruie, or
other prisons of tbe 2d September,
the victims of tho Glaciers of Arignoo,
thoo shot at Toulou nnJ Marseilles,
or tbe persons slum in the towu of
Uedoio, of which the wholo popolntion
porlnhcd. These, were tbo torriblo
limof, whon, as Pyron forcibly nnd
truly said : "
Franc pol drunk wilb Moid lOTomlterimt,
AnJ faliil liav tier emurnaha been
To FresUooi' cauio, in every age and cllmt,
After having overthrowo a decpot
ism, otost terrible, beeuua corrupt
from Tind to core j after bavin; made
peace with th conquering foreigners ;
after having established a Ropublic,
. in plocooftlint incubus of.iuirule,tii'i
Empire it is a dresdful disuppolol-
tocnt to bnve tbe red flugtaiged, and
tbo action of '93 and '04 renewed, by
. which LsMy sosploioo, reckless acou-
iion, quiok trial, certain opnvia'ion,
od ioimedlste execution bocamo' thf
- rrdor of iLo day. Thres gonerelt who
had served Frsnce in tbe Golds have
. Wody bnea tho victims of this popu-
. lar, TUitMolivet-ungratcfui, and iohu
isn.iojuntiof , Ones begun, who cuo
ay bow and when it may end f Once
. snaita iierjas iMiea namno blood
' Lis ihlrtt lor it becomes tbe pervsding
appetite of pis life. Throe men have
'- fcoeo murdered. Tbrlce tea thonnand
: may fc destined to poriob within a
nonth. Faris U said to be firtually
In tLs bands of the Communist, who
' bold that property is a crime. Al
ready, it is tolenropbod, the National
Assembly, considering tbevselves on-
, ' cafe at Versalllca, bave resolved to
bold tbeir session in some locality let
daegerously near to Paris, The same
' XeeUng which ie so alaruiog in that
: Ity is asiJXo be xi la lr out, Bor
desui, and Marseilles), 1h wont is,
whatever eicooasi may follow will be
attrioated to tho reoent Frsuoh ropu-
r 4Iatien of tbe monorchia system to
. om jMpewio itaii ana we nay ex
Pc4 . to lad ariateoratio journals
. throujliest Europo . pttyl . fvor
tt rtadert) vita poor SaaA Bn
I :.irtaoriioarpbe, OLII
r ittrt cJ rs.tre oocrUJod la
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aaatMor. ami , A
Constltirtloniil Btform Drfeatcd. .
So it eeems t'ha't the Constitarionnl
Convention is killed by tbo Democrats
in tho Loiri "In hire. W't never entirely
erased ti dfubt tbs roprceotation of
mo uemocraey, that tlioir party do
sired , a contitntiOna! convention to
flam? a new constitution nod correct
tho many sd flagrant abuses which
our present ifinnrlVet oao ha nllnwed
!o creep Into our LfUlitnro and Into
politic. J'tit they seoniod to be o
general snl o sincorp, bel'oro tho
meeting of Iht Lo;lIuture, that nil
cla." wcro inclined to believe thnt
this term ol the Legislature would not
be allowed to pass without giving the
people a chatioo to express their senti
ments by vniinn on the question and
electing dolerates to a on vcrition.
Ihore is no longer any doubt ns to
wlinl tho letuocralio majority In tho
Senate have resolved tj do. Their
eiprcxhh'ns in favor of a convention
were uictilv Tor political effect ; they
were not cinccro, they wrr not hones'.
And since that is so we ara glad thnt
they have not loft tho question ns to
what I hey intended to do doubtful
The Republican members of the IIoiikc
promptly reported snd passed a bill
which wus fought at every step of its
passace by tho Democrat. Taken as
a wbolo it was a reasonably good bill,
nnd un lcr its provision tbo beat and
ablest tnon of both parties might have
been convened to dolibcrato upon and
frame a constitution which would have
l)een approved by tbe people. It
would not bnvo j;iven either party
any great ndvantago ovor the other in
tho convention, but of course it can go
no further than tho Senate whero it
Tall into tho hands of tho.Dem icrats.
Hut not siitinfied with this record, they
rcfuo to nllow the patoj.u-e of the
Senate bill, prepared by tho ablest
Pemoerat in that body ; and in this
ciiso they caonot Lido under the llimsy
pretext thnt It gives tho Kcpublicun
an unfair advnntngo. More than n
month ago Mr. JJuckalow reported a
bill which, coming ns it docs from n
l'einocrilic politician, i s guarantee
that it is not unfair to the Democracy
Sinco it was reported it has not been
board from. Ofpouns, if thcr desire
.u .Pu. iucy ceui.. ni any lime pas
tue inn through the i-onatc, but they
io not demre to do
an) in nig oi im
kind. Jhey nro nfraid if ihov did
that the liepublicans of the IIouso
might be willing to mil stitu'e it for
the llou-e bill no I pas it. Wo pre
dicted, nt tho time the bill was re
port- d. that it wonhl never p:i tho
Senate unless the K- publicans joined
with Mr hnckalow and paiod it over
the Democrats IJut wo doubt it ihey
will bare a ehuncc to do oven that.
The li:u k ilew bill will not bo heard ol
i iru i it dtiriti,; tho cossion. lint we
bopo tho people will not forget, when
fhey hear Democrats t-linring tho de
feat of tho const it utiimal nmcinlment
opiin iho Republican p:irty, "as they
sandy will, that tbe Democrats of the
Legislature not only dcleatcd the
llonso bill, but rcfiird to pass enn in
tbe Senate. Let them remember that
the shameful legislation, the corrnp
lionati(i I'raud that nro rampant in
the Stalo lu-dny. und uro drai;trio it
dnWa, uro suppoiled uud silaiifd
by the J)enioeruey nnd not by the He
publican. 1'tOhkliil I'lfurihr'j.
."loJ Ilnlc Iii I'ails.
The French capital is in tho posses"
ion of a mob. The National .Juur l.
which was nppoio'cd to preserve the
peaco and goid order ol the city. ha
turned traitor to tho now (joverntuuot,
and sets at defiance its authority. The
lluard nod tho mob havo fraternized,
and only a small polico force remain
loyal, which is powerless. The sol
dicry have basely surrendered its offi
cers to tho mob, nnd three of them
have already heed brutally murdered.
Itis difficult to imagine what can bo the
objoct or designs of the riotori There
s evidently a very widespread hos
tility to tho Assembly, and the govoru
mout it has established.
' This is tha darkest day France has
yet seen. Kvcry hour of tho eontiau-
auce of tlii mob rule in Pari' less ens
tha chnnoo of a Republic atd strength
ens tho claim set up by the mouarcbUt,
that nothing but aatrongaod despotic
sway will bold the French populao in
subjection. Tbo question whether tho
Hen eh peophj are sufficiently intclli
gout for Self-government is iu'danger
of bioif decided In I bo negutive. The
uumiKmi uiniuua oi ran are a ire soy
calling upon their recent conouerors.
-tbe German, to return to tbo citv.
and protect tboiu from thetr.own poo-
pis. This is cxtrcmo humiliation,
and if the new government invites a
corps of the Prussians to march lo iu
relief it will outer be able te regain
tbe ooi) fide n co of tbe subjugated citi
zens. It will also soon oeour to Em
peror William that n government for
France, pretcctod by German troops.will
bo so expensive affair, and in suit' de
fense, therefore, the conqueror may bo
compelled toiet up anew dynasty. Tbe
German are deeply interested io main
taining K"od order in Paris and through
out the province, for aa long aa law
lessness prevails it will be impossible
for hr to oollect tbe indsawity pro
vided for in tbe treaty of peaco.
The latest despatches inform us that
tb National Guards have takeo pos
session of all the offices and have ex
pelled tbe new government from tbe
eily. A committee of 15 ha issued s
proclamation whieh bas been distrib
uU4 tbrougbont tbe oitv calling a now
Isetion another prclamaMn da
ctaiws that the Guards txpolltd ibe
government - beeaose it bad betrayed
tbe eorJatry, efl mis forth that the
ct!y fir tf tha rsy is to choose a
m JuVj hU "fill orgaoUe a
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Ol'TLAWRT IS Till SotTlt. Two
reports were mads in Congros on Fri
day last by tho investigating com
mittee on onthcrn outrages. The ma
jority report presents a sad stalo of
sflntri in several oftlie southern States,
where neither property or lifo is safe
from the vurious bands of outlaws.
Tho Union men. especially northorn
men. are singled out lor muMor or
pxpulnlon. Tbo minority report st-
tempts to salve over mo-t of ihono oc
curences and uscn various flimsy in
vootiou to show thnt they nre exagger
ation, or at leit not nearly 8) bad as
tcstinoil to by the witnees.
In connect-too with tho rnestion,
fJovrrnor S'cott, of South Curolina, u
few dnr nai culled noon the Presi
dent fiir I'uitrd State troup tn (ttprcs
outrages in tlis counties ol I, nton ami
York, in that State, where ho reports'
(hut men nre murdered or driven 'roin
their homes nightly, beciu-e ofthoir
noliticnl opinion. As on evidence of
tho rooditiou of afT.iiri, tho fa.Ms are
tutcd that, on Monday, oflnt week
n company of Unite! State troops that
lelt Columbia lor lork hsl t lie rail
road torn op in their front by a body
of armed men,, nnd were ooliged to
march by tho roud. On Fridav last
the Kcpubliican members of the .Leg
islature, now sitting. paid men to pickot
tho road leading Iroin tho capital, bo
cause of well grounded fears of a Ku'
Ivlux raid upon their body.
A Danoehous l.VNOVATION. A
ervnnt girl in Kaatnn, read a story in
the paper which told how tho hunters
or biheriA, when they nre hungry and
nave no lood, lio dowo, place a bord
ovor tho stomach, snd got tboir com
panions to sit on it. Jl we nre to be
lieve the narrative, the Siberian hintcr
immediately rises hko a gtunt refresh
ed with wine, fooling Sunt as food n if
jhe had cateu a hearty Christmas din
ner. ow, tins domestic, upon turn
ing the mutter over within the dark
cnod recesses of her intellect, could not
pcrccivo why tho priuciple would not
apply as well to an American bnho as
to n wild rover in Siberia. So when
next the otl-pring of her employer
cried with hunger, this woman, instead
,lf ylv;a susleuanee Immediafelv
tVom 0 Mtk. witb , ,m tli'
,i.c nozs wont nnj ,10 nio.
board, spread it over that unsuspecting
child, and sat on it a quarter of an
Imur. Like King Henry, " i. nev'er
smiled nain," nnd tho hired girl told
the man who lias chargo of the jail
that thore must be something wronir
, Ulilt Siberian hunter system, or
,,M i, 0 uw,papcrs did not wplaio it
A Mn. Lawai.t,, of Dethlehem.
was recently sued by bis wife for u di
vorce. Tbe shcriil" of the county start
ed in search of him in ordur to servo
the paper, and by mistake was directed
to tho wronu house. Tbe family were
asNcmbled in tho parlor when tho sher
iff arrived, all looking happy 'and con
tented, eHfoially Mrs. L, who lookod
as if she wanted anything but a di
vorce Tho shorilT read u subpoena
iiuimouiug Mr. Lawall In appear" at
c urt and an.-wrr why a divorce should
not bo granted, as petitioned by bis
better half. Mr. Lazuli, dumbfound
ed, looked nt hi wife, who gazod iu
consternation nf tho shurilf, while thnt
uentleman innoi-cutly lookod at them
all The inistuko was mado apparent
by a friend present, who ugj:i stcd
that il was another Mr. Lusvall who
was wanted. The nheriir boat a has
ty retreat, amid tho laughter of those
TltK business of paying debts is so
mucii i u iiorn to the mas of man
kind, thnt bo who otTers extrt Induce
mcnts to debtors is entitled ton hear
ing. Such a ono who was tbo undo
of a iNow Jlampfihiro youth, who
recently repaid bis unelo tho sum
of tun dollar borrowed some years bo-
lore, bo virtuous an act deserved re
ward, nnd for onco received it. For
the old gentleman died the other day
auu ik-ma niii wquoaiiiiug ill CSiatO
valuod at two hundred thousand dol
lars, to bis dobt-paying nophew. lie
gave as a reason for tho bequest tho
fact that, though many relativea had
borrowed money ol bitn, this one alone
had remembered to return the loan.
The moral of ibis is obvious, but lost
somo may fsil to seo if, we state it
uiuj : it you owe your unole, fork
A 1?uavx Gtnr. Tbe horses at
tached to a heavily-loaded stutro. con
taining a number of sohool-girls on
their way homo for the serine vacntion
were frightenod at the depot in Hart-
ioru, last, rnuay morning, during the
temporary abseooe or tho driver; and
dashed rapidly down tho street.
Three of tbe girls occupied sent on
top of the vehicle, bsolt of tbe driver'
sod one or tlieoi described as a mai
den of slight frame and graceful de
meanor, orep up over the roof to the
driver's seat, descended to tbe box,
bent dowo aod picked up tbe reins,
palled strongly nud sharply upon
ibern, and stoppod the horses and
avorted what might have been a tor
rible accidont. Whoa lb driver caw
up she handed him tbe reins, remark
ing that she kuew that sotnetiog bad
gut uj uo gone ami inaa auo aw no
one else lo do it. While reading thin
paraarapn a marry toe man at our e bow
exulatmed " What a wife . she would
makel1' Dut be could not answer
when hs wss asked whetborshe would
not be likely to "seiz the relus 1"
One eveuing several urnnthe ao,
as a train of cars wss leavlm the do-
pot at Albany, N. Y., a man jumped
upon the express ear, aod while th
irsln wss orossiiiic tbe rirsr. be diaa-
bletl the sspres mescenger, by sboot
inir him several tiiuos with a pistil,
rubbed the safe, aud then left the car
on tbe opposite side of the riser.
Subsequently sosploioo rested upon
rasa oamed Filklns, for coratnitting
tbe crime, he was arretted, identified
by tbe tueseensor. who wa not mor
tally wounded, aad was recently
tried at Albany, eoovioted and aeo
IvnCed to twenty years' inurisootMot,
VwAlis.W' tSal.aw,,, , ':
IIo?. HiNRr D. Moore, Collector
of tbo port of Philadelphia, has rescu
ed his position, r , .
'GxHEttAi. Frbmomt Is reported to
bave recently mado 1200,003 io a min
Trtt prospects of a Isrge erop of
peaches during tbs coming season
throughout rstw Jersey are said to b
A i.AbT of Mattoen, I'd., wss re
cently married to her eighth husband.
Nob. five, six, end ota are reported
alive and well, but divorced.
A Democrat in Quincy Illinois,
who hoard the tumultuo'is rejoicincs
of his brethren over their nncxected
victory, at lost tinned nppen'ingly lo
ooo of thorn and asked : Where is new
Hampshire, anyhow f
Tiir hotel in Chetopa, Kansas, is
temporarily closed on account of a lit
tle difliienfty between tho eook and
the proprietor, which was eottlcd witb
a pistol. The proprietor is iu the
grave, nnd the cook is is jail.
Dan Hick missed a train by one
minute, at Columbus, Ohio, a few day
since, and offered Iho railroad mana
ger ?100 to get him on board.
Tho olTor was accepted, an engine
procutcd, and the train over taken in
a short time.
Tux Ledger says that Philadelphia
contains tbe largctt locomotive factory;
tbo largest book-ditributing bouso ;
tbe largest wall-paper manufactory ;
snd tho largest dental Instrument nnd
artificial teeth munufactury of tbe
Fr.F.u.va a patient's pulso by tole
grapb is tbe latest achievement. Tbe
sick man in Washington and the phy
sician in New York. The beats of the
puke wero transmitted by a doctor
witb one hand on the patient s wrist
and tbe other ou tbe telegraph key
A Yoi NO lady at Indianapolis was
endeavoring to impress upon tho minds
nt her Sunday school scholars tho sin
and terrible puoisbmout of Nobucbad
nezzar, snd when she said that for
seven year be ate grata just likoa
cow, she wa astonished by a little
girl who asked, "Did he give milk?"
A ORAVr.-rroNE cutter in Maine
board that an acquaintance had lout
his wife, hastened to condole with him
and to obtain if possible, nu order
The brevet widower, however, repelled
hfm witb scorn and indignation, saying
that the fellow who run off with his
wife miuht buy a grave-cloue when il
wasneedcl; lie ovrtaiuly should not.
A nor. passenger on one of the
boats of a Louisville and Cincinnati
company, got into Ja fight, with otic
of the - clerks, nnd lost an' eye.
The clerk was discharged from bis
place, but tho boy brought suit
through his father, for the lo9 of bis
eye, and a jury, in Louisvillo last week
returned a verdict in bis favor, asses
sing the damage utSI.IOO.
In Galons, 111., tbe other day, a
judge found before bitn n young gitl
arrested for creating a disturbance iu
tbesireet. Judc nnd prisoner mized
st ea ti oilier tor a moment, and then
tits latter, said, " i ou know that you
caused my rum. 1 us man bowed
hi bond, snd whon be lifted il again
tear were in his hi eyes, nod he taid
in a brokcu voice ; " l.cl her go tot
my lips can never condemn her.1'
One McfJoe, a prominent p ditician
of Kansas, was Otice tbe presiding
othecr ol u JJnmucratio county conven
tion. A resolution was under con
sideration to which Metjoe wa oppos
ed, but which was finally passed by
decided majority. The chabman,
however, was a man for an emergen
ry. In atmonncing the result, be de
livered himself thus : ' According to
the JelTersonian rule, a resolution of
this kiod requires a two (bird vote,
ami I don't think there's that many
hero. Tbo resolution is lost.''
Ouvk Log ax was riding on the
Fort Wsyns railrond when four men,
silting opposite, kept spitting on tho
floor. She looked cross-eyed at them
for awhile, but they didn't seem to dry
up much, wben she got up, struck an
atlitndo, and ordorod the conductor,
in munuer tone, to bring a mop or
shovel aod clean out the pen. Tbe
spitters were so frlgbtoned they jumped
out of tbe windows and doors, and
seemed pleased to have escaped with
their live. Olive sal dowo and turned
ber "Bright Side" toward tho retreat
ing foo, and whistled "Put me in my
little, you know bow il is yourself."
For Halo ! for Halo !
One 20-TIotse Fowor Knglue,.
One 25 " Looomotive
Dollor, and Saw Mill Complete
wit?i modern Improvement-,
One Hill's Woodwortb Planer,
Shafting, Belling, io., at low figures
nearly uw sou in excellent order.
Address MITCHELL, k MOATZ,
Woodward, Cenlr Co., Ps.
Maroh 23, 1871.
SNTDER CO. APPEALS for 1871.
Th Coinmlssloners of Snyder eoeaty hereby
alve nubile notice to all eeuoernad. that th.v
will hold the Appeals aa the Trl aaalat Aaaesa-
meaia lor uii, as luuowa, l will
distbiot. rt.aoa or arrsau. wins.
.?."' Mosa Spaoht, Beavertowa, April 10
W. Ilaavar P. Trouua. tioavrk UkII
Centra Peter Hartman, CeDtrevllla, "
Jaokaoo J. 8. beaver, Kratteravllla H
miuoieor-aMwia Amiy, Dnuihgrove '
SUddleb'g Uoui'ra Offloe, XtlddTebarg
Ferry Enoch Smith, Fremont 44
WestFernJubn Fisher. Bear klohflald
ChapoiaB Ferdinand Zouee, In aald tw'p "
l aioa . uan aiuiiuer, la Fort Trevt'n
Waah'ton O. F. Moyer, In Freeburg
1-rauklla Oau'rs Unloe, lo Nlddleburc '
Feuua 8arah A. sillier, fiaiam h
HellosgrovelloDiy A. Bollg, In Sellngror -
owiu neena, Bnamokia vim
At Which til OA, aad DltMl Ihnu -k. wnmm ...I
themselves aaarUved be lhair ealuaii.ma ,
attend If they thluk proper. Appeals will be
open each dap from o'olook A. kl., to S o'eloek
P. at. Bouutytal at the raU oft Bills or ana.
half per oeok, OA eaeh and every dollar of the
vaiuaUoa. . JohlM J. La itfhn.
' ISAACS. LONUAOHE,
, Vllli.ir KINNKY,
OoBUnlHloBers1 Offl, Mlddlebarg, Mar. lo, 18H-
Estate f EutAisnra BaicaaaaAcw, deo'd.
r CTTCBisnr AUsflNISTRATiONnpoaUia
leetats) of Klisitbeth Keioheubaok, laUot Walk
lnton tp., deoetkMd, havltig baai ranted to the
vu.ivi '14, i. pprauBB a
HuueisiKOM, all persons kaowloir tkaoteelvaa
paysaent, sad those having cLalSM Malaol Ue
Mom, will BrtwsjstOeai lo
WILLI Ata Fr.ta,fi,
israeMed o tha e
mo tarn aetata an ranuulas I- mi.
Sheriff's Sate :
E tlrtn of a witfvif-VsniT '... Jn'A
ont nf the Conrt of Common Pleas of tin.
der Co. to in directed, will bo expnH to
mono nai. ai in vouri nous In Miildle
burs, on MONDAY, A MIL 10, 1871, at
10 o'eTock, A. M., th following; valuable
REAL ESTATE a follow to witt-Al)
that certain Tract of Land tiluat In Chap
man Township, Snyder county. Pa., boun
ded east by land of John Noll, south by
land of lb German Reformed snd Luthe
ran congregations of firobb' Church, weat
by land nf William llei(r and other, and
north by land of Henry Arnold, containing
lOl ACltKM,: '
More rr less, whereon ar erected a Two
Mtnry, Weather-Doardi'd Dwelling House,
Ouoil Ham. and el ber nveessnry and con
venient out building.
Taken in eieeulion and lo b olJ lb
property of Beulomin Tlii Hip.
JOHN 8. WOLF. Blierrf.
dberifl" Office, Middlebug, March 11, '71.
Kltateof JAUUD RtlCUKKBACIt, deo'rl.
T KTTKRfl TKSTAMKNTA HY tin
IJ on the estat of Jacob Itelrhenbsrh Iota of
V. aphlnicton trt nee'O, havlnff been arante.1 to
the an.lerflKnr-'ftAllserpunii knuwlnic Ihemeelveti
lnilelite. to tli evtiite ar reqneeled to muk
psynient, ana tho hTlnc olalrai Mlnt tB
aul will pronent them to
vt ii. i.i am iiAHUii if jipm-r.
Fremont, February WS, ls:l.
IKTTKns OF A3MIS18THATI0.V iipoo
J th Katat nf Mary Ilrlminghou. 11
of Cenlr township, deceased, bavini been
granted lo th undersigned, all person in
debted 10 the estate are requested to nmk
payment, ana those bating claims against
Ibe lame, wil present them lo
March 31, 1871. Adminidrator.
OTRAV HORSE. Cnme to the
Kw7iretnlre f tti subS'-rlber, In (lentr tbwn
sbl, rinroer County, Pa , nn the Oth lnt..
common HiM DA UK IIKOWN MAKE, about
7 years old. with whit hlnil leas. The owner
le requested to eome fornanl, ror property,
iny cbarart ani tike her away or in will be
Ifiioned of aocorritn: to lw.
N ATH A N1EL tlEABIiKH.
Centre township, Feb, 1, la;i.
Est ule of A. O. HASS1.N0EII, dce'd.
IETTKltS OF A DM I X 1 8 T It A T I ON upon
J the csla.s of A. O. Ilnssinger, late of
WelinsgroT Uornugb, deevarl, h living
been grautcd to tho undersigned, all per
sons indebted lo tbe estate are requested to
make payment, and those having claims
against ibe same, will proent tliem lo
JOHN 8. HAfSlNtiEH.
Jan. 31, 1871. Administrator.
Kstat ofMAKY O. UKl'KKR, I)eeea.l.
IETTEUS TKSTAMENTAItY upon tbe
J estate of Mary C. Iteeker dej d., bile
of felinsgrova Uorongli, Hnyder County,
l'n., hating been frranled lo ibe undersl;ned
all persona indebted to tho suid eslato are
requeued to mnko pnyiuent, and Ihusa hav
ing demands against ilie earn lo present
them without delay lo
(IKulUlK yCHM UE, Eiccutora.
January 3, 1871.
Cilllt ion. Ilavinir purchased
the followlnx artlelee ai t'nnMnbte'a Sale
aii'l lelt tbe reine Iu ociieiilon nf liaulel Hare,
ot r'mnklin to.tihlp, all iwreon are herotiy
ennttoite-l ni)t to tnlertere with nnr In any way
nied-lle with the fame, vlr: One Ntove, I Clock,
I Cook Move. I. aril anil Kettle, a pit of huuhok".
a lionte, I Cow, 1 Cair, t Wfticon, horre aearii,
1 liny .Mare, I liiirny. 1 Culilrnior, I Harrow,
I Wbeellmrrow. Mcil, one half inti-roft In a
Horii), i lUIUeri.
January Ifl, 1T1.
IMFOH'f Cits AND HEALFKS IN
AM) Al.f. HTHKIt
FOKK.KiX AMI IIOMKSTIC litllOIIS.
4. m Mill Mirel,
Aug, . Vnif. UANVILLE. I'A.
'd UDUT & SHOE M AM' FACTO V.
mi si u i iiiiiu
The undersigned respectfully announces
to the citizens of MiuMleliurg and vicinity,
unit ne win carnitine to inanutucture
KIP nnd FINK HOOTS,
Women and Cbilren's SHOES,
And In short everything in bis line, in the
Inlet style and nt low prices, ttork made
to order nt tho shortest notice, (live him a
null bofuie going elscwhcro.
TAIKIl CI' AIT,
FLECK & CO.,
C0rE(TI0SKI(S AU HtllTKItEES.
NO. NORTH TI1IUU ST.,
A full assortment of Confectionery,
Fruits, Fire Work, Hyrupi,
7-14y Ao. alwnya op bund. t;
G rover & linker's
. 495 BnOADWAV NEW VOBK.
t30 CHESTNUT ST. PHILADELPHIA.
POINTS OP EXCELLENCE.
Beauty and Klasticty of Stitch,
rerfeotlon and Simplicity of Machinery.
Using both thread Ulreoily from lb
No fastonlog of seam by band snd Bo
wast of thread.
Wld range of application without chanse
Tbs seam retain He beaut v and firmness
ner wasuiug ana ironing.
Besides doing all kind of work don bv
by other dewing Machines, these MacUloes
eaeout lb moat beautiful so permanent
Embroidery and, ornamental work. 4
ISA-Th Hlshaet Premiums at all tha fairs
and exhibition of th United State an
fcurope, hav been awarded tb Orover &
Baker Sawing Maobines aud the work
by them, whrvr exhibited in oonipelion
ttaVTb Vrt biithesl nrlse.TUF. CROSS
OV T1IU Ltd (ON OF UONOB. wa eon-
fared on tb reprsaentativ of Orover &
Baker Sewing rtiauiiioea, at lb sxpoiilion
Utiivenell.. Part. 1BU7. thus atteaiinir
their great upriorily ovr all ether Sw
ing MaahiD. '
For Hal by .SAMUEL FAUST. Sollus.
grov, F. , , April 3u..'00.
JOHN H. ARNOLD, : ' '
Attorney at Law, .
Profosslonl bushset )-'-1 1
10 rn )
MWf WOMt.SI, BOYS! and OIRI.S! whoenran
In out tim IfitclnoM mhk rrom (. to Ho por .lf
" inr., run fmriH-niArfl ano in-
nirimtl'jn MAi free lf. mall. Thra In fte-il ol
nnr. UKOKOK SI1NSOM and Co- Forlantl
40 Weeks for One Dollar!
'I'MV lUl'UlflM Dt;n.t li. . -lit-
A ,.rl I
Flrt-ela, Klulit-imo Airrlcul-
tursl snd Fsinlly Weekly, hporhneni tree
HOI'KINS a WILCOX, koehester, N,
DK. 8 S. l-lTCIPS FAMILY Phy
slctan SO ps-e ( eent by mall free, Teai-h-e
how to eure ell Olffeeees ntta person i pkln,
hslr. eyes, oomplexlon. Write to 714 Uroa.tway,
Hand 1 Machine Sewing'.
I. & P. COATS9
'8IX COHD IN ALL NUMHEHS.
From No. 8 to No. 100 inclusive.
i on n iLi: m
- All Dealer In Dry Ooods and Not Ions.
BLOOMINGTOJi (ILL.) KrRSKRT.
10th Year. Soo Sere. I.IOraenhonsea. I.ar
it AMnrtment all life, tieet HI.m k I Low
I'rlOM I Would you know what, When, How to
I'lanl I Fruit hibade,, treritreen Tree', ltoot
Orafie, hejilllimn. Olaire plants' Apple feed
Kerly Hoae Fotatoee, Shrub. Ilores (Ireenhour
and garden plante, fee. kn. FLowra si Van
TAni.K KKKiia I Until, Kent Collection Worts
and quality. ScnJ locentu for Now, llluntrated
lierlitle CatloiriiW) paitcj. si-nd eiatnp
each, for t ataloKueii or Noedii, with plain diree
Hons M paae i Heddlnir and gitrtlnn plants
82 paces, and Wholesnle I'Mee Llrt ?4 ixt
Addrers F. K. J'lUlKMX lllooinliiaton, 111
Market (lardeners wantlna ftesh nnd rellnt.le
Seed, rliould buy of the vrowers. We irr-iw the
Snenl rarietlee of Heet, CnbhK, Carrot, siimir
Cum, Kale, Lettuce, Melon, union, l-nmiip,
Hailliti, hplnach, M'iud eli. Turnip snd olln f e
Ketable Sewla Catalomira with I'rice I.lit
innlledfree. WADKk A K .M 1 KOti I, Senle
men, llio .Market btreet, I'hlladolphia, I'a.
( leans Kid Olores and all kliol" or Clothes nnd
(IoOiiiik; removes I'a Int. Orecse, Tar. fco., hi.,
Iniinnlly, without the IckH Injury to the duct
lalirlo. o. by )riiguis Und I sncy Hoods
Heelers. FNAUKAN f APOI.TKN F. CI I , IJ
Jiarclay M., New York, 40 La Salle St. Chicago
1 QO 'SKTHK"VKOKTAHLK TOA
I't'liMONAh Y JIALSAtt ." lr0
Ttie old standard n-inody for Coughs, Coiils,
t'unsuinpliun. " Noihing better," Cutlu
If hub. h Co., llostoo.
F.OAR, how made In ten hours without
uriin". rnriK-uiars tu tctn..
F. SAilt Oninweil, Conn.
? ? ? ?
Tt Til F. WOKKINO CLASS. We arc now
prepared to furnljli ell clasnes wlik constant
employment at home, the v. hole ol the llu.eor
for Ine suare moments. Ilualncas new, Unlit, and
profitable. I'ersons of either sex ea.iiy earn
from We. to ' r evenlna, and a propirtivnl
sum by dorotliiK their whole time to the btislnesa
Hoys and irlrla earn ne.irly at muck ns uiea.
That all who see this nnllie runy send their ad
dress, and test the buslneas, we inako the unpar
alleled ollor ! To sunh as nre not wall atiin.l
we will eud el to pay loriho trouble of writ bin.
' For particulars, a valuable rnmple which wllldu
to commence work on, and a copy of The I'eu-
pi a Literary i onipatiiou one of tho lumen
and best lanilly new.'pamrs evor published- .1
sent Iree by mall. Header, Ibjou waut uerinu
nsat prolltable work, address
F. V. A'.Lt.N h Co. Angnsta Uaina.
l)SYCUOMANCY.-Any lady or Kentleinsn
I can make l,Ooo a month, eocim their own
biiiiplness and lotlepenilen-c. by iibtalntnu I'Y
ClloMANCY. FAACINAI'III.V, or MUX
CHAK.MlMt. 4uo psgest cloth, Full Insiriio
lions to use Hits power over men or animals ut
will, how to Mosmerlio, bocoine Trano or Wrt
ting mediums, IHvlnnilon, Splrliuallmii. Ah-he.
my, I'hiluaophy or munns and Hrenms, llrUham
luunit's Itiireni, tlublo to M-irrlncc, he., all
cuntnnie.l In this b-ki lou.ouo sohh price bv
loall, In cloth l s;, paptr eovers St. Notu-i:.
An pori-nn wlllliiv to ant as aireut will rvenve
a sample copy ol the work Irce. As n. cnidi.il
Is ro.ulrcil. all di-sirous of tcntcul cm i.l,,y me-it
should send Tir the Ijo"K. enclosnw u coma lor
L,."""",.!."..T,.W'.KVNt k CO., 41 (South Slh
street, Fhllaileljihln, I'a.
VOID QUACKS. A vi.-ii,,, ,.i
XI- early Indiscretion, causing nervous de
billty, preinatiire docay, an., ti.. v 1 nK tried In
valu eiery advertlaed remedy, tins a rlmplo
means ol rcir.-nre. which he ll send froe to tl
tellow-sullerers. Address J, II. TL'i rLK, 7
Musxau street, New York.
Da why d: Co. Aioertm-menli.
Agents, Hale & Female.
For fast selling popular anbsariplinn
Houka. J.'ilra lntiutuntntt lo A itnlt. In-
lormation free. Address American Book
Co., C2 William Street N. Y.
munis is no humbug i
-- By endiug 3.T CEN'T.S.
with ago, helicht, eolor of eyes and hair, you will
... v, .) iuiuih mail, a corrci'l piciurool your
future huabnn l or wile, with name and date of
marrlnuo A.liira vv vi v- u n i.r.w.w-..
St, Fultonvllle, New tork.
WANTED AGENTS. (8'0 per
'';); sell the eolohrated HOMK SHt'T
TI.MKWINI MAC It IN K. liaa the liuder-
.w.rtv- mn "iiaia amen" tiiliae on La.tu
aldca.V in. la fttll, Mu..uA aio.. ..... .... .1
eat family r-ewln Machine In the luarket. Ad
;., . , lAa". i;o., Iloatou, ntaas ,
- -- nt wuiii.g, ii., ur 01. a.uuia, aiu.
Cougli! Cough! Cough I
Why do you Cough when you oao be ao easily
relieved by using
Ur. Wells' CnrcMlc Tablets'
They ar a sore cure for Sore Throat, Cold,
Hoarseneas, Catarrab and all Diseases vf th
I.uuks, Throat aad lironcblal Tubes.
From the areat number of Testimonials as to
the efficiency or this Invaluable medlolue the
following Is selected.
47 Wuhpunseh Ave., rhloairo, III., Jon. II, 1871
"For the last ten year 1 have been a great
sutlerer Iroiu Irequeut attacks of Aoute ilroa
ehltls, and bave never found anythliiK to relieve
me Iroiu these altaoks until 1 tried Ur. W ella'
Carbolle Tablets." tLiraaaTSI T. Hoot.
lion't let worthless artl-
be .ore ku gull only WLLL' CAHlluLlO
oles lie ualmed oil on vou.
J it. KsLLixm.SI Platt street, N.Y.,oleaa-al.
, bold by IJrugKlau. Fries U oentsa boa.
Vjyontw vmitel lor
OF THE WORLD."
Ovss ons THousAxn ut.caTaATioNs. The
largest, beat eelling, and most altraeliv
subsoriptlon book ever published. - On
agent in Denver. Colorado, .(old 100 copies
in four days. Or agent In Milwaukie sold
30 coplea in day, and a large, number
from 20 lo 3') enple por day. Send for oir
oular with terms at one. - 'Address U. 8.
l'USLISHI.VO CO., 411 Broom St., N. T.
Reduction of Prices
To coNrnusr to
REDUCTION of DUTIES.
UllKAT HA V4.U TO CONSUMKKS
Jly Oottltifi- up Clulxa.
S-Send fhr o New Frloa List aad a Club
form will acsompauy it, conulnlau lull dlren.
tlous uaklnK a Urne suvlnii tu ouusumers aud
reuiuneratlre to elub organiser.
77i Great American Ten Company.
W tt ft SS TESEY 8TRKKT.
P.O. Boi loll. . NEW YOUK.
popular of auhsorlptloD books, la"Fhi'leal
TralBinar of ChlldreD,JU8t out. It has splen
did bteal Mates, le riebly bound, and every
lather od Mother who sees It waste it, ' It ha
bo oiiuosiuus aad Selltra . elegantly. Th ltrst
axeatoat seared til.ta l n.5 hours I KTo i.
0 . a knok like tuiS boa. eadld tanas. Clr-
v '.'" ' ia"li lg St.
tHM ton Aor.KTsi -m,
J.V MUINO, Tbe f hrf.
man. prntnsely lllmtrated, only J OS. One "WL
rep rts orders In two days. A.t quickie ,,iT
eoln money. A. H. Ht'ttHANU. FuMMo.
oo Chestnut Street, riilladelpUa, T.
loTnriMI.UW.. i . -. . I.
AfFF.siTa WAJrTK0 jFOB THsT
5JIST0RY OF THE
itJVAR III EUROPE
Tt enlln M... Too I. ......I. r .
Scn j incidents In the War, and Is the .11
thenltfl .ml i il'rii -1 1 1. ki.i.. Ar .....
oonnict. FuMl.he-l In both Enallsh h Ueil...
f! ATTTTfYrT Inrloe hlslnrle arehelni
U X 1UK t circulated, he that th!
ik von ho aii..i.ii I. .. . .... - . , V't
- - .- -- . . .n,1 a, w BTanin. -011,1
r-ond lor circulars nnd seeonr term. ..i
V4J ."."'.'I'-'rA nf ,h Addreaeh
T10NAL J'tBLIjHINO uo, Fhlladelphla.
Perlptur nd Science have met tntnthor.
Uenoiis and tttology have buied each other
SCIENCE taSd. BIBLE.
A took or thrilling Interest and arreateet la.
port once to (very human beln. The Fanen.
Fulilta and Peo.o are ell dlacusstng thesul.,e,A
and book, evrry man, woman and child wait!
to read It. The Ion fere war I ended, and
hop iraMe peace secnreC. tsclenca Is truo, the
Bible liierul, uure a. beaulinil, both now sititT
tied and firm friends. God'e work day, all u
tual daya, not hf perlwta. This book itlren the
very eream of srien-a. tuaklng its thriiim, ,,1
llles beiutlca, wonders and spurkllnir ,m.
hundred fold mora Interotlru (hen tiutnZ
A'tKNTS WANTEK. txporlenced Air.nu
will drop other books and secure territory ii.,m,
dlaiely. Addraea for elreutar, ZIKCII.f.u
Meet RDY, IS twth tk t., Fhllealelphta, P.
W IIT IS IT f "
It Is a ure and perfect remedy for all diseases ef
Tbe Mver and ftplren. Enlargement or t)b.
el ruction of Intestines, Urinary, Uterin
ur Abdominal Organa, Toverty or
Wiiii of Hlond, Intermittent or It.
- niiltent Fever, Intlammaliiin of
of Ilie l.irer, Prupay, SltigglsU
Circtilnlion of th ISInod, Abs
cesses, Tumor. Jittnlioe,
lirapepain, gu0 ,V Fevsv
or their coucnmilanls.
Dn. Wr.l.ts bavin? beeom iwm nt it..
- v. iq
exiranri.mary nie-lteinal prnperiivl of it,
4outb Atnei-iean I'l.ttit, called
sent a apeeinl coiiitnis.ion to that country
lo rrnciira it Iii il- null,.. .....:.- . .. l L
- , . . . .. . .. ,,p ...,, ,,,,, llJrl nllu ntI,
ing found its nnpilcrrul etuative propcrlitt
to even exce l llio anticipation formed br
its areat rceulntlnn. h nn nftrtrliiilnil Ia nil..
it to ibe liuhlie. nnd i happy lo (tat Hit
iiv nan Dt-nccioii ain-i.nirini.ia r.. a .
hir monthly supply of this woiidcrrulplaul.
i iln l.na .i,.,t ....!. iim. . . : .. I
., . V cApuruiieiiurif l
" 'c1" i"K io i ue uiosi eincmt
reiaraiin from it. fur popular us, anil
una ii. r eonio time used in uia own praclict
wini mosi nnppy results the etleotunl meii
eine no w prt-ai-nleil in Ibe public as
Br. Wells Extract of Jl'CJRF.Li.
and h confidently recommends It Iu evrrt
lumily us a lmiisi hold remedy which ahoul'i
lie tieely taken as a l!hooi Pimuiin in j
derangomeiita of tho sys'em and to aniosit
u.. ivi-iiiY nu wroK nnd Lympnalio tta-
1-vi.iuivuiB. y. IVI.L.LUUU, I'ialt gt
Few.yoi k. tMe ngcnl for tbe United Slam
i rice una uulior per bottle. Send -f
TLlio AlaSio Comb.
rlll ehanire anv colored halrne larHi.u.
miinaiit black or brown. It Contnliis no note J
uiun ior ei. treatcrs sill rl.i
it reduced rates. Audi ess Vim. J'atton.tt.
rirlUKleld, Muss. .
fj A TITT??! Apenta everywhere t, -,V
XXXI X JTjJJ mi- new It., I;, vis: "II
io n t)F ITALY." ill.,.-.,, ...I i i... I .
J. AblMitt A siilendt-l ml ict n'ti l Kp'utart I
55 TO G20 A DAY!
i o yn want sltuntlon 11 pn l-im 1 n
iiv-mr iiuiiif, iu poi our not? , ni r.i n 1 v h rrc w ,
JOT II KB 1,1 M KB TO L ATT Full VVKIt., J'
mlM thl ohnnco Sumplo frre. AOd'cn
nun n ivy v ir .mil, 70 W'lU. 1. V.W I
BEA KNK-.S, CAT A It It If, SCROFULA.
Imly who had suffered I. .r years Irotu II. 1
II.-I--. n iirrn ann crolula, was cured i
simple loinodr. Her ivoh,hii, n,i ur.tn
prompia her lo send the rei-olnts free of cii I
' niiy one slmlhirly allllcted. Address ill
.... v.. l. iuiik iTj jvrsey city, rt. J.
r RIMT J ATI Rf AftVFAtJ CRKaS aod III
ranra unimeu, mat a botte anal eheagwr
than w.k erer known will a supplied. I
Jar escell In ovory quality and roqulrem
and will outsell and eaa undersell any
otnera. It will soil Itself. IniporUul p
list for 1S7I. n-j resdv and sent f. A l
'HAS. IK IMI.AY kfeiON. No. S21 Duos
Philadelphia, Pm, t ,
IS A rt'BE
with theorwen Tea 1 1 1
warMnted ao tult all tl
For tulo evervwbere. I
tor sole whotaale only I :l
iu 1 nx CO., 8 1 uurch .-I
Yo.k F. O. itoxKvS, Bead. Set Thea-M
circular. . ,
THMV f TTni.'VhJI npn
BUG ar IAKE
BEI.INSUROYE, SNYDER CO., A
Having purchnsnd the well knows
in Selins 'iovo, formerly owned bv I
Blocker, I nm prcpureil lo aeeomnicJ
who mny deshe tinytbing In my lis'
warrant satiafaotioo lu all cases, 1
ooiutHiitly on hand, and am prepari
nianuraclur at too shortest notice,
Yl'Y -iVi . SLl'UOn
Being experienced in tbe business,
ler uiyself.iuat 1 am fully prepared I
tb want of mv cuslomer. Tbs
employed ur anion tb beil meobs:
lb county, aud tboic work will boM
give universal (atiafactlon. .
tiarfpocial Bttewitoa paid to r!
ia all its branchea.as&g ,
Shop on Murket eti wet, s few door
of tb Ocruiun Ke formed Churoh.
Selinsgrovs, April 7, '70-lf v
TTALUABLE FARMAT PRIVATE
Th ubsoribr offers at prlvat
VALUABLE FARM, eitnat In
township, Snyder County. Pa. u.
andsof Abrabmn Fisher. Miohsal Hi
nd othor. oont ining about
"on in th
sing (beat b
'i siot procei
more or ls. nlnely-Bv tore of "1
oioarea ana in s bigh elate or eutu
the balance I covered wilb the be
ber. Tu Improvement eoi'kist ot
etxl nd at(
ae man cat oh
bfidl and lb
ron and ask
s LABOR BA.tK BARS and all P
outbuilding, good water conveuM
purposes, a largo - .
eontalnjiig choice graded,. Ziul', "
PB, sod our 1
lonn i miller good fence, naTurai'.
aud highly produotivo i -.is
country,-about ihree miles frof
grove and Iwo mile from Uliauiol.
font lit would
J. ilr. CI
on tb wen bauk of lb Susbiubs
I convenient lo Markois. Ball"
;' only intern
W being dark
I 'rjiplred jr
" 'I. neither M
l y des,
Sal. Ciiurchc and Boboal. I
Will be sold on easy term. P
gWen Inimrilnloly if deeh-ed; K
purllcuinr inpiur of lb kibcn
prcniisea. , ' I
" Capl, JOBS'
- Vwi.t tlunirX ta .
th t Io
ed in I
ing lo C
ke Ibe r
riety of et
sd who s
run st Inrg
"go s, to ki
fnd a butt
I murder I
lodged in Jn
boot mid tl
8y with 6i
sen bad rece
r's Valley r