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Tho Post, !
"WWbure, July 3, TtU
" ). CUluiE. Editor & Prapre.or.
For District Jii'ltr",
J. .MRItitiL LINN,
faa'ecetfJealtioa ol the lMilrlet t eafereet.)
DAVID nKK HI.EY,
For C"ii'y Cniniitlintirrs,
nf Kranhlin :
jomn m. moykr,
oT l 'iltt'eimrg.
Vir fVmnlv TrAt'fr,
A AH )N f. I1ELFIUCK.
For Comity AinJ'i'".
tiWHOK W. SIERElt,
if lVt ferry.
1M Arpjbiisj.i St ite
IWoi.1., Ta., July 2J-on. Jobu
ate Central Committee. ba ..sued
Dm followinir c.tl 1 :
rtkoroHU. Pa, Inly 20. 1881 A
is hereby culled to mni-t in hall i f
Ihe Motisii ol ItcpresHntalives, in
INrriit'ir. on Thutsbiy. tbTciuhtli
day of Scptemb, r. 1881.at 12oVl..rk
tit, of said dav. Delegates, eon a I t
thennml)erof Seimlors and it,., re-1
aeotatives. lo I chosen in the seter-
.diatiicts nf the commonwealth. The 1
eoiiTenticn when assembled slmll '
. ... , -. , . . , tiiongb uer latlicr may let mer
of Mate TraMiirer nnd trAosacI-surb ! , ? . ,, ., , , ,
other legitimate bttsinetw as may be:clmul Pr,npe nJ L, r IDoUlcr rct
brought bufore it, Hy ord-r of the nisy be on the topmost round of the
lUnublicuii Sute Cvntial Commit-
John Ci-hijna, Cbairmnn.
situation, at this writing, is again
! fefnl. The situiition on Satur
day was alarming aud aas induced 'rFi it ,vilI ,)(lt b ,e0IU1B0 ,tl0
.y the closing of the wound. It is ' 00, 0 htr in6band n.uninceDtly
boixd that there will not bs a re- j llowercd. Mrs. Woodhnll, ber
cuiencoof Saturday's situation nn 1 . mother, has fame rather than riches,
that President tiatticld may bo Jj0,t Colin Campbell must have
' icedily restored to health to dis really given bis heart to his chosen
Charge tho duties of bis high office. bri(Jc( for no worldIy considerations
" could Lave induced bim to offer ter
The Albany Contest Ended. marringe. Princess Louise, we see,
The following is a brief hiMory of is to bo ut tho wedding which will
ilbe newly elected Sonatois from giro her a new sister-in-law, nnd
New Yoik : hen the nuptial ceremony is over,
Warner Miller, Ihe nowly elected tot the first time iu our history ono
U. S. Senator from Now York to fill ,ot onr conutry-women will be con
tbe Piatt vacancy, of Herkimer, was by marn'nge with the reign-
' ing fniuily of Kogland. Neither
August 12, 1 8 JS t gr aduated at Un
ion college in ISoO: commenced
teaching in the Fort Edward col-, "" Very likely, if their opio
legiate iohtitute, butou the bieaking ion M he,n "Bke,, lhey won,A lmve
out of Ihe war enlisted as private iu . frowneil ou tho proposed marriage i
tho Fifth New York cavalry ; served but H not Bt aU Pbable that
in the Shenandoah Valley, wftll ; tbey will hereafter be any the lew
promoted to bo seruoant-maior and eager to pet into the circle to wLich
. , ' .
oneuaiu wa iaeu i
York LbL'iMlature in 1574. and also
in 1K7A, .UU In V..vlv.
sixth Congreas. and was re-electe I j
to the Forty seventh Congress as a ,
Republican, receiving 10.79J vote
agaiust l'tJoil votoa for Deuuis
on, Elbridgu Gerry Laphan, who
was elected to succeed Mr. Coukling 1
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t'i tho Senate for the term ending
u i iou- .i i .i i .
iu March, 188,). is the son of the late
Judge John Lapham, and was born ,
,r, l. .rmlgton.N.. October 18,
1811. He was brought np ou a
farm and during the winter months
Attended tho public sbools. lie
spent some time at the Cuuandaignu
r , . , . . I
aca lo.uy, wuure ha was a classmate
of Stcpheu A. Douglua, and also
studied civil engineering. After
paodiog some tiujj in work npon
the liuo of the Miahigiu SoutUaru
railroad, Mr. Lapha'n studied law,
and ia loll be was admitted to the
bar. lie settled at Cunaudaiguo,
where he In since parotioed law.
Soou after bis admiuiioo to the bar
Mr. Lapham formed a partnership
with Judge James C. Smith, wbiob
oontiuuod until the latter was raised
tj the bench e attained a bigh
rank ia his profession, aud has al
ways beeu a most suojesfol advo
cate aod daogeroas auUgouist, es
pecially iu jury trails. Asa lawyer
be atauds amoug the first of the
members of all tbe New York bar.
Governor Hayt bss appointed
Cbaa. Thomson Jones, Heury 0.
liowsll, Mahlou H. Dickinson, of
Philadelphia i James K. Moorbead
aod John Raul, aod Win. Nolao' of
Beadiog, a Broad of Commissioners
ti superintend tba constrootion of
tbe Stata Iodustrial Reforuatorj, at
lu ,' --. -w-;r(MB,llH,. daughter-in-law of thelt,ruly deatroyca gra-shoppeia.
engaged in the manufuctura of paper I h . Ou some farms tho gtass crops wore
i i . , , ,i Duke of Argyill and siHter-in-luw of i b '
and fatmtug ; was a delegate to the "J also badly d nu uod by the grass-
,,., . , ( ni-.., ., Princess Louise, daughter of Queen ' 3 h
national eouvoution at rhiludulphta '.. . b hoppers, miilious of tho iusects bav-
iu 1872 i was electod to the Now I ltlur inu' settled on the lields.
Harralifar Snyder County!
'" Mr llummrlnf Sny.
ili f " notn nrr. ay
ubnul ti marry an
an- a Lor A
From the N. Y. Son we learn
tint a drt'icW of Mrs. ietona
WoodUull Is about to marry no Eur.
lisli LorJ. This neve mitfbt cer
tainly tioklu Via's friends ia Soy
iter county, where her mother end
irar.d-inrente named llnramol,
(lootf since deceased,) resided. The
9nn snvn i
By Hie rosninRf of Mis '"
the daughter nr.Urs. Victoria Wood-
hull, to Wd tVlm t'snipDen, nun
son of tho lit cf Argyll, which,
it in nnnonre l. will take place this
wwf.k. soother alliance between the
..l.i'lil nf F.nrrlnnit tmt th wnnth
: 'v J - r y
jend beauty of Imorioi will be ef-
looiea. la tun cue, lo . lie iair
representative of tho ropublio will
become by her marline onnected
iKa nwn,t t.i.i murnina famiW in
the wot Id UAy Coliu Cambell will .
.bo the sioler-io-Iaw of princess
imii'-i .. .
Ma rimoDwl allitnce botween the K'reen county fumdy,
B a. lo mA e'litler wf t,iakrvt anj
Mw(1 of tni, r((pnb,i0i pbj joy their antics,
lli-Unctjon(lf are b A atteinpl- to
no m nn in-fre pint in these days,
As a rule, tin aristocrat is after
(m"0y aud beauty in a republican
bride, nod her social connections at
.home, no matter bow bih they my
be 8PC0r(1inR to lbe f,bionablo do.
I .. V . ,
"on" prrTalr" 10 loric, are
regarded by him with any great
pride. If ho takes an American wife!
bo is not spt to boast of her farci!y, I
ladder of r i iiblican fashien. W lmt
ho is tuoto intrrestrd in is Ihe
amount of Ihe do ry and Ihe ability
of the gill to snstaiu herself in the
society to which ho proposes to In
troduce her. If MiHS Blood be-
coiups Lady Colin Campbell, bow
ow lork Dor liosloo ranhiouablo
society have been consulted in this
Mim Blood ia to ba admitted and in i
nuivu rug viiii duiiiv ho
ClltOaij't C I9
Coloool Cotkhill, United states
I'istriot Attorney, appeared before
11,0 Criminal Court Monday mortiiig
an M that tho Qrvid Jury be
dnnliargu I until iroptombor 12, a s it
was mmocemury to bold them long
erto t iko action upou t'l'i Prosi. lout's
Autn u a lli.i nliruuM'inu lira n.tfr
.. , . . ,
preparod to say what tho en.-ct of
'. . ... . ... , .,
the wound will bo. although they
. ,. ,. ., . . ... ,.
believe aud hope that be will live.
cians. in which they say : "While
wo anticipate recovery, it is not
possible to assort with confidence
. . , . .
that his i Diuriss may vet prove fa-
, , r
Dr Bliits is as black as an Indian.
Tho circles under his eyes are a posU
tivo blue-black- He appears iu the
visitors' room at inteivals through
tbe day aud is eagerly plied with
questions eveu by the Cabinet, who
soldo n h ive an opp irtiiuity of talk
ing with him, He smokes almost
inaessantly, and uses long and very
strong cigars, which of tea go out
while be is speaking, He clutches
at bia gray side-whiskers ia a ner
vous way. While ba ia one of tbe
greatest surgeons in this country,
raoarkablo for bis courage and
psrve iu the most trying o ises, be
appears at times to be fairly tremb
ling with excitement.
The atory ia told of ao absent
minded firmer in Iowa who lost five
of bis cows, e disoovered bis loss
in tbe evening when ba weot to
drive them from pasture, aod speot
all night aod tbe nest day search-
jing (or tbetn. Us dually discovered
them io tba stable, baviog neglected
to lea re them oat the day before.
I ....Milton is to Lave a tea tboa
'hikI dollar Catholic church.
'obn-lowo Hv-M" -ay.
tbnt die help to spread the small
. . , . Ao old mnn named Danaer. of
Titnsvill, last week forged a check
for $5l)d against bii son,
....The miners of Kcbnjllcfll
comity complain tliat they cannot
make victuals oml clothe.'
.... Forty per cent of tba aohool
tut of Pennsylvania paid "J peo
ple who have do children.
....The premium list of the
Pennsylvania state nRrieultnral fair
this year will amount to fi O JO,
.... Mr. Alfred If. Moore bas $75.
000 invested iu dogs at JfoorUeia
Kennel, Montgomery ooooty.
.... It tnke 30,000 uion and boys
to do the work of the Philadelphia
and Heading railroad company.
. . . . General Boater, of Bellefonte, is
the recognised champion of Sunday
school i in Central Peaosylvaoit.
. . . . Abo at a Ion lrod Swedes are
'(uttered in Blair county en.ied,
ia Bn"U W iu aroUral pur
. ...Aleir enp, belonging to a
tireen county fumily, is raising a
seems to en-
close the res
tanrani a and liquor saloons of I'hila-
.delphia on suuday has boeo a fiilure
np to this tiu e.
. . . . Wulter Shoemaker, of Ashley,
attempted to jump ou a moiug train
noar Wilkesbarre, and bad one of
bis legs cut off.
. . . .John Burn, of Pittsburg, was
instantly killed by a man mooing
against hitn while runuing a foot
... .A Pittsburg man left a pint
of brandy where his littlo sou found
and drnuk it, aud from the effects of
which he died.
....David Bojer, a well known
citi.on of U.ipley, .So'.tuvlkill otinty
was killed on 8uturduy by biting
tli row u from a carringo.
. . . . A fonvile on lertiker thrives
in Philadelphia. Uiadttally ili I pro
fessions and means of making a liv
ing are opening up to women.
A petition in bc-iog ciroiilnted for
tho ii'inovul of the South Dutblnhom
school board because they have not
published au annual report, as e
quired by law.
....A blacksmith iu Titnsvillo
noticed oil in his potato patch and
dug severnl bolos in which it could
accumulate. For severul days he
has been dipping from two to three
barrels of oil out of these holes.
....The insane Bin In in ut Nortis
town uow has between COO aud 700
inmates. An additional building for
thu daugeroiis patieuts is about to
bo elect oil, and tho grounds are bo.
ing laid out uud ornamented with
trees aud lowers.
.... Reports from Berks county
I . . .1 tV L .1.-1 .1.- . i
ure lo u,lu" luo oulH KluV
in some ecclious hasbeen almost en
. . . . J . 11. Dean, a youog broker
iu MiuoeapolU, Minn , cominitt'td
suicide by taking laudauu u on Mon
day. ....Hi County Clerk John r. Viu
cent, of Poughkeepsie, drowned him
self ou Fiiday night duriug a tern
porary fit of iua tnity.
....John Weisemann, 55 years
of ago, bung himself iu Baltimore on
MonJ iy. D)imstio iufoliuity,
. ...UonryS Smith was banged
at Corinth, Miss, on Monday, for I1""
murder of James Burt near Bur I
TjUe, Miss., in April. 133,),
....Mary Cleveustiue, aged lo,
was atrnck by a locomotive at Lor
berry, Schuylkill oounty, on Satur
day, and, although thrown as high
as the top of the smoke stack, was
uot seriously injured.
.... Henry J. Asb, aged 24 y ears,
died at FroBtburg, Md., on Sunday
from lockjaw, produced by a wound
io tbe hand from a toy pistol ben
longiug to bis little son, which be
was handling on the Fourth of
.... Paul Held, a Swiss immigrant
iu Eagle Creek Valley, Minn., be
coming crazed from homesickness
aud the failure of bis crops, last
Friday night killed bis wife and live
youngest children, left bis two old
er boya for dead, and then committ
ed suicide. One of the boys may
. ...In tba village of Young Ameri
ca, Cass county, Ind., oa Saturday
night, a man named Oreeo, who was
disturbing tba audience at a festival
during tba performance, was asked
by Knos Brumbaugh to keep still.
Green left the bouse, drove home,
got a revolver, returned and abot
Brumbaugh dead io bis seat, and
Hay sells fjr $5 por too in Cra
Qrisoom. tlu faitr, has outline
Tauner, having fasted 1) days.
. . . .Nweedish farm bands are be
coming very popular iu Blair coaoly.
The sexton of aoharoh at Glovers
tille, N. Y paid ) for pushing a
man back from the door who at
tempted to leave church befjra the
services wore dosed.
A fif :een year old son of Mr. Ko
ders, of Wayne towoship, Dauphin
comity, was struck by lightuing and
killed on Monday afternoon while
driviog cows frouyi field,
Two ruffians went to tba camp of
tho Mille Lao Indians, near Atken,
Minnesota before daylight on Mm
day morning, and murdored the
chief and four other Indians. Tba
marderere were arrested.
John .Vongan, whoe dial body
was recently fjun I OJr PitUton, is
now known by tbe authorities to
bavo boen murdered, and several im
portant arrests will be maJe in a
Thus far this year two bnodrel
people have been killed by -parties
pointing pistols just for fan, and
supposed to ba unloaded. The
just for fun" business is an old
dodge, and it is about time it was
John W. Bookwalter, Democratic
nominee for Governor of Ohio, w a
millionaire who has been for many
years a contribntor to mechanic!
journals and a collector of works of
art. He is a childless widower and
ia about forty-five years old.
Desperadoes took possesion of a
Bock Inland passenger train the
other day, shot the conductor aud a
paRsnnger, robbed tbe safe in tbe
express car of a large amount of
money and then decamped on horses
they bad stationed noar by.
AtSodons, N. ' tw rope walk
ers gave a grand exhibition last .Sat
urday, and ono of the performers
fell from the rope, narrowly escap
ing death. The appreciative audi
ence raised a purse of twenty-five
cents and preseutod it with compli
A flock of sheep belonging to .To
nab Baodolph and Norval Lindley
of Cumberland tomnnhtp, Greene
county, was attacked by dogs recent
ly. Twenty of the flock were killod
outright and fifteen wounded, some
of the latter h ivo ciuco die 1.
To prove that it taka aU kinds of
pooplo to make a world we note tho
fact, that a few days ag3 a Washing
ton woman took some broiled chick
en, jellies and other delicacies to tho
jail with tho request 111 tt tlioy bo
given to the aas tssin, Ouitoivi. ner
requofit was not granted much to
The murder mania in New York
is spreading to bnrsrs, judging from
accounts from that city of a horse
that deliberately beat the brains nut
of one man and attempted to kill
another. This horse was vory valu
able and always had bneu vory good
tempered, until he suddenly showed
murderous motives. lie was doom
ed so dangerous that it was noceis
ary to kill him.
Tho pension list now absorbs two
fifths of tbe nhole amount expended
for the support of the Government.
Yet still more than a hundred mil
lion dollars of the pnldio dobt bas
been paid off during tbe fiscal year
jnst closed, and the payments for
several months past have been at the
rate of one hundred aod fifty miU
lions a year, and are still iucroasiug
There is no place in the world tin
ier any government where ao Ira.
mense a revenue is paid as at tbe
custom bonne in New York. A
million of dollars in gold coin is not
unfrequeolly received in a single
day, ami the average for two-thirds
of the secular days of the year ex
ceeds 8500,000. These enormous
duties ore paid on imported articles
that are consumed by 50,000,009 of
A New Jersey militia captain who
was iodisorete enough to make a
slighting remark about the wounded
President, was obliged in consequ
ence to remain ia retirement while
his company war out on parade tbe
other day aud was a witness of the
burning of himself in effigy by ao
exoited crowd that would have sever
ely baodled himself in parson bad
be fallen ia their way, Ia several
other lostances men learned that it
waa a good time to keep either a
civil or a ailent tongue ia their
"Malt Miters are the best 'bitters.' "
"They promote sleep and allay nerv
"Dei Liver and Kidney medicine
"They knock the 'chills' every lima."
"jBeet thing for nursing mothers to bs
m. e. iiouswEitnr, ,
'nUteMin nj til 'hr bniln". prompt
ly utoml-J K. UonmlUMoiK la Engllah tad
All tutnl calrapted Is bis osrs wilt
bs promptly lltaJ.l to,
Fcpt. 80, ISflo.
jjf 1Tdfitiuc7i7 "'
M Ark ft St., Seliruirort, Pa.
All pfoflnnt tatinM promptly ttajd
M. llIUlloi l rlli ud irmTi
J B. WUNDERLY,
HuUteburrf, Snydrr O , Ta
Caa bssoaoatbS la Kmtllik orOoroan.
A ttomeu A l- Law,
All profoiMtoflal Imiiimi ontrnttO't to kit
otro will roto prompt tioolton.
UunmlUtloot lo Kagllih aod liormaa.
AllbotlnMi ootrottoil to bit aro will roolro
rompt ittootlna. Jolf u.'TS.
(t)Sloo laoBeo of J. P.Urooaiiilor, tq )
001101.11001 made. Uootultatlnno lo Koallub
aad Oeriuoo. June 13, 'le.if.
New Berlin, Penn'a.
PrafotKlonai tiotlnoM rntrattoit 'a hit irt
will rorolro proaapl attonlloo. Juno S0,'7N.
OtBoo la App't Hailitloa ono ilool Nonb.of
Dollootlnnt n l all other prnfriilnoal bntl-
bom It tollnltM aad will roeolto i-or-tul and
prompt aitontloa. Apr.ll.'tt.tl.
o ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Olferabtarroteselona eervioea to the pub
He. Colleotloot ana all omer prorrtttnnal
buainoiia ontruaiel lo bia oara will recrivt
prompt ailrntion. Jan 8, 'Uilf
MinHI.F.IIUKU, UN YCOU UU., rA
Ofort bit Profottlonal srlot to the pabll
UontullKtlnni la r.nmiro anil ueriaao.
J. It. zeller.
ilifjtinbury, I'nion County, Pa,
All bnalnrtt -ntrutil to lilt rere will
wall and ritltlidillv ottenili.,1 lo. Will nrartlo
at lite toveroi oonrio o rnvior tni o.itoininrf
ro.iiilio-, t)n ! ountulied Iu lb Knullrh or
Uarmaa lananaao Oet. 3t, "7Jtl
ATTOltSEY AT LAW.
OTert hit prnffftlonul nirlce io the pub
ho. Colleutiona anil all other profettionj
bii-inaea ,enlrunieil to bia crt will ra
Oflto prompt attention. Ofhco Iwodoor
oiith of tli Normal Holiool. fJa n 6, '0
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Lewlihurj. Ta
Ofeit bia profenlonal aerrioea lo th
public ( ullfoiloiit and all oiber pro
lean l on ni liutiiu-tt inlrutlrd lo bia ear
will reoeiveprouipt attaniiun.
Hcpt. S i, mo.
-t rion.vx rs .t r la w.
Selinsatrove. Pa .
Offer their priileeionai eervioea to lbe
public. AIMeznl butinoaaeiilruaia' to llirir
oara will receive jrompl attention. Office
at bia home on Mala aireal.
July, 4th '72.
COL ALLaeUW. BOBlVa ALLBMAM
S. ALLEMAN & SON.
ATTOIINEYS AT LA W.
All profemlonal bueineta and oolleollni
entnmled to their lara will ba promptly
aliened lo. Can ba eooaulled In Englieb
or Gorman. OtHoa, Marka. Square.
H. II. Oriinni. Wm. II. Dill
Office Near tho Post Office,
Coneiillationio bolb Edj llah and nerreae
Languagea. Deo, I '72lf.
JOHN H. ARNOLD,
Attorney at Law,
Profetilonel bnelneteentrntted lo hleearr
w.1:.' bs promptly attended lo. Feb
T THOMPSON BAKER,
Lewlaburg, Union Co., Pa
MT0an bs eonaultad ia tba Enellah an
German languagea. -
OFFICE Market Street, oppoaits Walla
8mitb Co's Store 8 a fly
WM. VAN GEZER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offers his prnfataionalaarvies to be pub
lic, Colleotiona and all other Piofaaaioa.
at buaineea entruetrd to his ears will re
ceive prompt attention.
g4 T, PARKS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
SHLINSQttOVE, B.NVDER COUNTY, Pa
Sept. 16, '67tt
A O. SIMPSON,
- ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offers bis profeeelooel aervioes to tbs nub
.la. All buaineea entrutted to his 'oars
trill as promptly attended le.
I Jaa. 17, '67lt
tAMUEL H. ORWIQ,
ATTORNEY. AT. LAW.
Nimiaburs;, l'Mlsn Pn:
DR. J. Y. SUINDKL,
BUftOEU.I ASD PHYSiCtA.
Oiler s hit, rirofcMional lervieet Is lbs Sil
tss or Miiitlloourf sad vioioiiy:
Mroll i! 1.'67
JBMABAND ROTH BOCK,
Fremont, Snyder county, Pa.
ttrftSntritaf rultlmur Jiltn nf PhftlxUnt
oil Hill-neon. oilrf Mt priifimflofi ( tsrvloo
to ib pulio.3.SKk Eoaiua and oro.
Morah, 17, 14M.U.
Physician & Surgeon,
trrmont, nyifT County, Pa.
tifftra bit nrotc-ntnool torvle to tho mill
Offlco oa Mala ttroat. Jaao IS '!,.
)R. J. O. WAQNER,
Ptivslcinn nnd Bhnreon,
Offara ht prof-loml a-rrtoee as tho alle-ae
of Adtinnburg aad tlrlnlff Ail. a,'otf,
IR. J. F. KANAWHL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
CenlreilHe. "nyder Vo.. Pn
Offere bit proreteioaoi sarvlses Is tbe
Profaetlooal boiloett promptlf atteaited ta,
mar . l
JR. I. GRIER BARBER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
having located at MIDDLEBURO, PA.,
orBoe a few dnora Wtel of tba Dourlhoute.
lo Beaver's Bricb bulMioe:, efiera bia pro
fetiiunal aervieaa lo lbs public lis
epaaks Englitb sod Uernao,
uoi.i i, io,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Kratirrvillr, Snydrr Co., Pa.
Oflert hie orofottlonal eertleet to lbe fltltnt
ol Kratterrllle and ? lolaltv. A a. V7
R. A. M. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offer e hi profaaaloaal aervieee to Ihe eltl-
tana of Adameburf and vioialtjr. 8rp4, 7H
JJ K. VAN BU3KIRK,
SURGICAL A MECHANICAL DENTIST
Jitsticsof the Peace.
JnsticB ortbc Peace & Conveyancer
BeautrSpri ng, Snyder Co., Pa.
AU'nfTiletal hntlnaee -taktna depoeltlnnlanS
promptlT attend ! to. Uulleetlont and rtmll
taacet promptly made. May It.' l7
"yiLLIAM H. SNYDER.
Justice of I list Pence-
Salem, Snyder County Penn'a-
All Collections and remitunceb
, usriCE oFtiie peace
hliddleburg, Snyder County, Pa.
Special attention paid lo collrcllont of
all kinda. Kemiltanoee will ba made
promptly for all ool'.eutlont made.
Mar. IMel 1876" If.
VII. WANNER, Esq.,
I-a JUSTICE OF THE PEACrJ.
Jaoksoa Township, Snyder Co. Pa.,
Will attend lo all buelneaa eatruaied io
bia oara aud 00 tbs niotl renaonnble
termt. Maroh VI, 'OHll
TJ AVID S. SUOLLY,
Justice ol the Ponce,
Vniunl'uwiuihip, SmjdtrVu., 1'u.
Will attend lo all buaineaa rnlrualed to
bia ears on most reaeouabla lertua.
P. O. addreee, Uuudoro, tnydcrt'o , Pa,
Mar. 4, Nu.
J II. HARTMAN,
JI'UTICE OF TIIR PEACE.
CENTREVILLE, Snyder County, Pa.
riolleetlona aad all bntlnatt partalnlna ta tho
office of Juitloo ol tha Peaoa will bo attended to
at thort autloa a p'r IJ'IS
gEl ll MITCHELL,
J notice of the Peace & Conveyancer,
.Tackeon Towntlilp, Snyder County, ft.
Oollvttooe. ftiinvayanoliia. aud all other ba-
alneee partalliluR to tha ofAre will receive prompt
attention. Poalooaeaddraaai Maw Berllu, Union
oounly.Pa. Aug. W, 177.
JOHN K. HUGHES, Esq.,
.JUSTICE OF THE PEACK,
Peon Twp., 8nyder Co. Ps
Justice ol the Peioe & Conveyancer,
Troxleville, Snyder Co. Pa.
Will attead promptly to all manner ol hail
BOBBMrtaillinB io tnoomeo.
Uoede. Artloleefce., wrlllea
oflleo. Uolleatlone mala,
ry M. II. HARDING,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
FREEMONT, Snyder oouaty, Pa
Oolleclloaa aadal botlnaee pertalalae to Ihe
office of Joelleoof thoPea will be attended to
at abort not loo. Apr. S7'7.
Justice of the 'Peace,
Dtavertown, Snyder Co., Pa.
AH kinda of eolleotlone mads ea liberal
laruta. Promptly altsnds lo all butloett
latrueiaa to kia ears (June ce, 'istl
JvER B. MIDDLESWARTH,
JUSTICE OF TUE PEACE
MoOluro City, Snyder Co., Fn,
Collection! aad all katlaeie partalalaa lo tha
aSloo of Jaatieo ol tba Pea will boat waded ta
a, eaon nonce. , juiy ii.-ieti.
A O UOftNBKRQKR.
'justice of rns peacb.XX'x"'? m
rerrTo.a.hlp.B.M..1.,ntv.-a. Itla "' .. fj
i4iictioet.o.-aeyacin(,aedoiiotkr bat nioitece, Wurranti, Ucaie, DU'f?
J. BOWfiRSOX, . "
Juttic of the Pic4 A ponvtyaHf
Pennicreek. Snyder Co., Pa.
rolleiMlnnt ent Ramlitenr.ee pramrAlf aiad.
----'"a BBompir oieaeieu.
Aprti 7, !.
Comer 50 St. $ Broadway,
On both American A &iropean planst
Pmnllna oa Uaniral Par, Ilia Orao l llonla.
tart, ItmedwaTaed Pinr-Klnth St.,lhU Hotel
orrnplea the mllra aim re, end waa hnlll and
fnmlahrdet an eipanaa of oar Stuo.ao, III,
ooaof the moat alrB)t aa wall a- k-ln tha nn.
l Inaitml In the elr I kaa a tmnrtllnH
tor an1 all imdarn Improvement, and la wtlblej
one ttjoare of lb denote n tho Sink end RleMk
Aaanne Utratod a. R eare and Mill aoarar ta
tho Rroadwar earo teaeenVent and oaaaatlbhe
front all parte of the eitf . Uaam with boetd), SJ
l'lar. Spevial ratee loe Stmlltaa and eria.
Awe. wSMy. Paoratvroa.
TtlB Oodoraltoed wonld retpeetrolly a.
form lb Irave Ulna; pablla. baalneae
nan, wllnaeaae and jnroreln attendaaea ot oar
Onorutbal be kaa made ample pranaratloaa fur
hair oono.ainxidaU.to and will eadMTor to a
Urtain hla patrona In aood atrle at Ihe ma
ra.kle raioa, Hoard log Hooea a few Soore
vi ucart nun.
OA URIEL BP VER
apr. St TO. I y.
JOHN L I M B E R T, Proprietor
Theaba-0 aopalar Hotel hat beaa roStled
aad refuralaheil la the boat ttrle, lUoenlral
loeatloo makae It eonrenlont fnr bualneit
aien pertoni la atuodanoa at Coort end all
Mbtnnho are relied to illMdlebara;. The to
ale It elwaya tupnlled with the beat la the mar
eat tho Her with aood llqnort aad tke Ntablo
attorned t-r earafull koetlert. Termt aiederaie
April 4, 1178,
(Late Mre. Weaver'a.)
ConterTllo Hnjder Co., Pa.
PETER HARTNAN, ProprlatS .
Thle lonRottah1liked and well ksowa bote
haf In boon pareoaeed by Iba anderelioed. to
llelte a there of tka public pat rone.,, '
Apr..,..!.,.. "tIrhaIJua .
rjIHE NATIONAL HOTEL.
JOI1NB. FOCKLER, Prop'r.
Thte not el le pleaeantty lorttrd la the "tnnara
and lea varrdeelrable piece fur trevrlare ..,.'.
Hi aaTof ai-coromodatlona at 10 ritti. per
eot.eeinppltiffonre will be euro to call agala. Tha
o o, liquor in tna oar
"A Sreleleae Keitauranl laeonnertlnnwl
tha Hotel. Avt.lv.'l.
NORTH THIRD STREET. PniL'A PA.
Termfl!rjl50 per dny.
HENRY SPAHN, Prop'r.
C.W.atMlliV. Clerk Apr.l.'lt.
J. S. FaARNSWORTH,
JONES, HOAR & Co.
Hoisery, Notions, Willie Goods, Einliroi
dories Gents Feniishiui Goods &c.
No. 6U Market Street,
T. B. ioaet,
A. H. Hoar.
(Mar. 13 '74,
W. H. Shelbler.
i. u. neiouiei.
RAYBILL A Co.,
VJ WHOLStALB DbALBSO IS
WOOD AND WILLOW WABB
Oil Clothe, Window Shade, Broome, Mete
llriMhee Cotton Lape, Grain Bagi, f'.J
Nets, lluokcla, Twiuee, Wioka, o.
No. 420 Market Street, Phlla.ltlpM's
Feb. 7, '07
I B. 3ELUE1MER
DEAL KB IF
Coach & Saddler Ware
AND MANUFACTURER OF
Stoves & Tlnwarc.-
November 2, 1871-tf
Blank Book Maker Sta
tioner, and Steam-
v lolenn.lo eSc Itetn.il
lNIo 629 Market Street,
i'roimtneii. One Price Bellini
Price Marked On AU Good In Fi
QAVID WILLIAMS, .,
Mannfactureeof A Wboleoale Dealer la
61 It. Mahogany, Walant aad Relraeva
ni UUUrirIC3 C3L.ASS
Picture tt Photograpnto jTramel
Hos. S30 and 181 Area Street
Frames Repslrsd in lbs beet nanni
Alao, Uegllding la all lis branobei. I"
JNION PIANINO MILL
BELINSOBOTE, BNYDER 00.,'a
Kcely fe Wagner
ASD MASWACYtinSS Off ' '
tsors, Door Botes, Windows, Bbsttf
window Boies, Blinds, Bssh, Blslr
rixlncs. Hand Kslllitgt, Brack . '
els. Mouldlngt, Floorlug,
SCROLL MAWINO a CABINET TURNlX'
Bbinglea, Lath, to., so.
Orders aelieited and filled with presf
a Ma aad detnatoh. Plaaas sail aad ei
lassurstiiok before purobaeiog lt
juii luu i;t;vv:i,i,i:hi ww'w
oJUiVto.- orfeeaaMlroataiiVrllls. "'.nae,&C, da.