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Rev. Ghas. G. Er
nage letUI U.
Mar. '20, Jacob Erl) and Sarah
Ann Hitner, iMith of Centre twp.
Mar. 25, Henry Matthias to Ma
tilda Crush, both of nan twp.
Mar. 80, LeWhl Stock to Susanna
Scltroyer, both of Penn twp.
April 9, Peter Marti ami Suaaa
Ililhish, IhkIi of Freabwrg.
April (5, Mom Fisher t.) Hannah
Mueseluian, lsth of Penn twp.
April 24, Peter Eby to EiizaU-th
Wcller of Perry twp.
May 1 8, Peter Arnold to Man
Ann Sofaefter, both of Chapntau
Km c I n , , C . l.!
May 20, Samuel Buyer to Stplua
iver, tnitli of Penn twp.
June 15, Amos Wittenmoyer to
EliaabeUi Haitinger, Iwth of Centre
June 17,. John Strnub and Maria
Houaar, both of Perry twp.
June 22, William tjuntlrum and
Lucy Straycr of Freeburg.
Aug. o. Fred Jiingman to Susan
na Houlz, ltoth of Centre twp.
Aug. 3, Henry Fisher to Siirah
Ann Moody, both of Penn twp.
Aug. 14, Jonathan Waters to He
becca Albert, both of Selinsgrove.
Aug. o, William Moyer to Ame
lia Freyet, both of Chapman twp.
Aug. 4, David Fisher to Harnett
Bain, both of Chapman twp.
Aug. 12, Harrison Meiserot" Perry
twp. to Susanna Fisher of Chapman
ti v i i, ewqai ouaaawi ui oasts-
11 1 ' m i w
July 11, Joseph Shannon of Mid
July 25, Marcus Hainsto Hannah
inner, lxth oi Washington twp.
Oct. 9, Charles Shamltach and 1
Oct. 12, Daniel Straub to Lydia
Hcimbach, both ot Chapman twp,
Oct. 14, Nathan Schlappigto Su
sanna Kant, Iioth of Washington
Dec. 10, Henry Bolig and Mary
Dec. 18, Emanuel Knights and
Dec. 13, (iieorge Steininger and
Susnn Steiningcr, both Ot Centre' twp.
Dec. 25, William Hummel and
Jan. 1, Samuel Grier and Mary
Miller, both of Washington twp.
Jan. 4, Daniel Benner to Mary
Letiig, both of Washington twp.
Jan. 8, Peter Hummel to Anna
Kcrstetter, both of Chapman twp.
Jan. 22, Augustine Arnold and
Leah Rine, lxth of Chapman twp.
Jan. 25, Isaac Jarrett to Anna
Keller, both of Penn twp.
Feb. 5, George Goodling to An
na Gov of Perry twp.
Feb. 10, John Schnee of Freeburg
to Hannah Young.
Feb. 19, Daniel Swartz and Eve
Arbogast of Washington twp.
Feb. 2G, Simon Dietrich to Sarah
Mar. 5, Andrew Huber to Eliza
beth Hummel, I oth of Chapman twp.
Mar. 8, Joseph Stork of Esther
Haiti, both of Penn twp.
Mar. 22, Harrison Ziegler and
Catharine Snyder, both of Chapman
April 2, Jacob Schnee to Rebecca
Mertz of Washington twp.
April 2, John Kantz to Hannah
Walborn, both of Washington twp.
April 28, Frank Boyer to Eliza
Anrand, Ixrth of Penn twp.
April 28, Henry Gilbert to Mary
Ann Spade, both of Centre two.
May 17,'Mr.Fertenbaugh of Dau
phin Co. to Susanna Strieker of
May 2(5, Benjamin Moyer to Mary
Houseworth, lioth of Chapman twp.
June 2X, Jacob Hettrick to Lydia
July 2, James AuchmutytoLucy
Ann Strawser, botb of Penn twp.
July 20, Benjamin Brosius and
Sarah A. Showalter, both of Penn
July 28, Abraham Wayne and
Phebe Shelly, both of Juniata Co.
Aug. 11, John Reifensnydcr,
Esq., to Nancy Mussulman, both of
Liverpool, Perry Co.
Sept, 24, Henry Swineford to Su
. Oct. 1, Henry Glass of Freeburg
to Elizabeth Stetler of Centre Co.
I Oct. 8, John Meiser to Susanna
jZeller, both of Perry twj.
I Out 11, George Sp.ide to Phebe (
J (Kt unitOQe ami '
I Mary Elizabeth tiall'cker.
Oct. 18. Kceter'fienorr to Satan-
Ml Wayne, both of Washington pup,
Oct. 27, Solomon Walter toCbths-
Oct. 81, Charles Fetter to Elisa
beth Fetter, Iioth of Washington
Nov. 15, Herman Fose to Susan
na T!.t nias.
Nov. 17, George Marts to Ame
Nov. 22, Henry Walter to Ma
Nov. 24, Benjamin Snyder to An
oaGraybUI, both of Perrytwp
1W. ., WHOUU .'llliet Ul
flower, both of Beiinagrove.
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Dec. II, Jacob Miller and Sarah
Dec. 3. Daniel Koush to SanUi
Shuman, both of Liverpool, Perry I
Dec. 20, Jacob Wagner to Ame-1
lia Halm, both of Liverpool, Perry
Dec. 24, George Heinibach and
Klizaheth of Chapman twp.
Deo. 24, Peter Gross toSarah Ann I
Wendt, both ot Penn twp.
Dee. 24, Jacob Luck to Mary
Ann Kerns of Peon twp.
Dec. 27, Frederick Traub and
Jan. ,r, John Dietrich of Penn
twp. to Poll)' Wittenmeyer of Cen
Jan. 10, Adam Fisher to Marbara
Woodllng, both of l'enn twp.
Jan. 17, William Wixxlling and
. , . i l n . . ...
'Marv Musselmen, ltoth of l'enn twp. 1
Feb. 7, Isaac Klatfelter to Susan-
n Mo.ver both of Cliapman twp.
Feb. 1), Simon Herman to Catl
ri,,e Knights, both of l'enn twp.
Feb. 1 1, Jacob Kantz to Elsie Au-
tniller, both of Penn twp.
Feb. 18, Amos Shaefer to Caroline
Goodling of Chapman twp.
Feb. 28, Simon Lark and Sarah
Boyer of Freeburg.
Mar. 18, David Brubaker to Su
April 1, Michael Shuman toEliza
beth Chesney, both of Liverpool,
April 4, George Menges toSuwin
April 13, John Reigle to Sarah
May 4, Adam Hettrick to Catha
May 4, Mr. Iawrcntz to Marga
ret Grubb, Ixrth of Liverpool, Perry
May 9, John Shamlmch to Maria
Nerhoot of Chapman twp.
May 18, Andis Ulrich to Catha
rine Hummel of Union twp.
June 8, Elias Keek and Anna
Bickel, both of l'enn twd.
Oct. 17, John Watney of Brad
ford Co. to Adalia Stroh ot Selins
grove. Nov. 7, John Hime to Catharine
Schroder, both of Chapman twp.
Nov. 7, Henry Fisher and Polly
Rohrer, both of Perry twp.
Nov. 14, Samuel Worly to Han
nah Weirick, both of Centre twp.
Nov. 18, Samuel Kepner to Bar
Nov. 18, William Bitting and
Nov.18, William Sponebergerand
Catharine Charles, both of Liver
pool, Perry Co.
Dec. 15, Ellsworth Moyer and
Mary Phillips, both of Chapman twp.
Dec. 20, George Barner, Esq., of
Juniata Co. to Catharine Arnold of
Jan. 4, Michael Frantz to Har
riette Mitchel of Centre twp.
Jan. 10, Samuel Wayne to Sarah
Wayne, both of Perry twp.
Jan. 30, Isaac Troutman to Su
sanna Grubb of Liverpool, Perry Co.
Feb. 17, John Fisher to Catharine
Wilt, both of Chapman twp.
Feb. 17, Andrew Krouseto Lucy
Keiper, both of Washington twp.
March 5, John Bickel to Harriet
Philipps, both of Chapman twp.
March 14, Jacob Weiser to Re
becca Neimond, Ixdh of Chapman
March 10, Henry Jarrett to Maria
Haiti, both of Penn twp.
March 21, Isaac Haldman to An
na Graybill, both of Juniata Co.
March 23, Joseph Kerstetter to
Catharine Herrold, both of Chap
Mnn-h 83, JiUBetb fishvlmNn '.
Middlel.ur to Catharine Gaiili-rnt
JttrWl Zt5, mat nun Kmi-li to lv
Barf !, both of IVi.n two.
April 20, IWl BotuW t. Rlito
Boyw, Mb . t Freeburg.
April "2;, Witliam (iiirinan tn
ketth Mengea, both otCbtipntantwp.
April 24, Levi Hounbnch to Har
riott Mover. Lth l Vutiv twp.
May 7, Peter Klattelter to Chnr
lotte Arnold, both of Chapman twp.
May 25, Jtwoh Nagle to Sarah
Miller ot lTiiiin t o.
Jtioe 15, Jttooh Housewertfa to
Polly Fiaher, Uth oi Chapnaotwn,
July lrt, David Hoffman to Su
aanna Keiaer, Ix-th of Peons twp.
Aug. 3, Philip Ronsh to Caroline
Itine, Inith of Washington twp.
Aug. 10, James Row to Catharine
Laudenslager, both oi Penn'atwp.
Sept. 8, John Mengel to Leah
both of Washington twp,
Sept 14, Samuel Xerlmot to A-
mella Brenoinger of Heaver twp.
Oct. 1, Joel Keller toSibilla Hi me
I Kith of Chapman twp.
Oct. 12, Bernhart Vogelto Bar
bara Kohlcr, lmtli of Juniata Co.
Oct. IS, John Dunkelberger to
Oct. 24, Henry Mots to Elisa
beth Mover, loth of Frecbnrg.
Oct. 2, Samuel Shidoh to Elisa
beth Kauber, lot!i oi Perry twp.
Nov. 12, Jacob Jarrett to Elisa
beth Bhanoo, both of Peon's twp.
Nov. 16, John Young of Union
Co. to Miss Sarah Warion of Nor
Nov. 19. Aaron Fisher to Sarah
x .11 i 1 m 1 .
Jfov. 21, Ihivitl Irattb to Anna
Rumtelt, lotli of Chapman twp.
Dec 3, John Arbogast to Hettie
Koush, both of Washington twp.
Dee. S, Isaac Weiser to Catharine
Houseworth id Chapman twp.
Dec. 20, Aaron Koush to Susanna
Dec. 27, Edward Bassler of Se
licsgrove to Catharine A. Boyer of
Jan. 24, Emanuel Lauver to So
phia Winey, both of Richfield.
Feb. 6, Henry Boyer, sheriff, to
Mary Wagenseller of Selinsgrove.
Jan. 7, George Imig to Hannah
Burkhart, both of Chapman twp.
Feb. 13, John Beyer of Freeburg
to Hannah Kantz of I'enn's twp.
Feb. 22, Peter Byerly of Selins
grove to Surah Hartmau of I'enn's
March 1, John Miller of Wash
ington twp. to Matilda Moser of
March 8, Josiah Weiser to Mary
Fryer, both of Chapman twp.
March 15, David Row to Maria
Haiti, Ixith of Point's twp.
April 5, William German to Eliza
April S, William Deekard to Sa
April 8, Adam Weaver of Centre
Co. to Catharine Botdorf of Free
burg. April 25, Henry Summers to
May 15, John (Jilbcrt to Ann
Swartz Ixith of Washington twp.
May 31, Peter Leaver to Susanna
Kegel, loth of Perry Co.
June 17, Elias Bailey of I'enn's
twp. to Mary Ann Schwartz of
June 30, John Haokenberg to
Mrs. Hanna Metzer.
July 5, William Weller to Lucy
Ann Koush, both of Washington twp.
July 8, John Hopp to Maria
J ttly 23, Benjamin Nagle to Sarah
Riegel of Washington twp.
July 28, John Erb to Elizabeth I
Aug. 2, Jacob Arnold to Mary
Ann Shaeffer, Ixith of Chapman twp. ,
Bad management keeps more peo
pie in poor circumstances than any
other one cause. To be successful
one must look ahead and plon ahead
so that when a fovorable opportauity
presents itself he is ready to take ,
advantage of it. A little forethought
will also save much expense and val-1
uablo time. A prudent and careful
man will keep a bottle of Chamber
Iain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in the house, the shiftless i
fellow will wait until necessity com-
pele it and then rein his best horse
going for a doctor and have a big !
octor bill to pay besides; one pays
out 26 centa, the other is out a hun
dred dollars and then wonders why
his neighbor ia getting richer while
he ia getting poorer. For sale by all
Brlal.1 l.lnir Hot.
. A suburban wiiiunrr married n sec
ond time, and his choice was a wealthy
ludy about 5U vrurs of nj;e. When the
britle uiul bridegroom returned home1
from the wedding the husband, intro-1
during the wife la bin children, wild: j
"My dear children. kin this Inilv. She I
is the new mamma I promised to bring '
After taking a steady look at the
"neve mammu." little Charlie said:
"l'u, yon have been rheatedl She Isn't !
new ut all!" Tit-l!its.
lie Wasn't Doing ihe Tnlklne.
"Do you take lliis woman to he your
wedded wife?" asked the justice when
the proper point in the ceremony had
"You've missed onr jMiess. judge,"
answered the prospective benedict, w ho
was there principally because he had
been threatened with n breach of
promise suit. "I'm the one that's being
taken." Chicago l'ot.
After Dark In Manila.
All you maidens. Mir to see;
You with eyes a la Chinee.
Tou with Malay blood so free.
Tou that lisp In Janaaee.
You who grew on Spanish tree.
From my presence do not flee;
You axe different, you'll agree;
Stop and hear my earnest plea
You all look alike to me.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
TOOK HIM I.ITKUAI.LY.
Ethel I don't think Johnnie can be
fond of fruit, Mlaa Tralnem.
"Why not, my dear 7"
"Because he anhl the other day he
didn't car a fig for you." Fun.
Sha haa made her own hat; and aha
In the class.
While the anxious frown on her brow In
She haa carefully put It together, alas
Por tha outer women to pick It to pi
First Clubman Henpeck haa the
moat marreloua command of facial ex-
preesions I ever saw.
Second Clubman Can't say I've no
First Clubman Well, you would
have yesterday. lUa wife gave him a
new tie nod he looked grateful. It. 1.
Questioning a lad of 12 years about
hla atudiea and achool life the other
day, 8 friend said:
"No corporal puniahment there, 1
"No, nVm," replied the boy. "Moral
suasion. TBey just Jaw us." Cincin
Ik. Waste o Know.
Mrs. Crlmaonbeak You don't believe
that there will be uny anlinola iu ttie
next world, John, do you?
Mr. Crlmaonbeak Of course I don't.
"What was the use, then, In telling
that dog you juat tried to kick to go
there?" Yonkcra Statesman.
II Ilearrrrd It.
Tenderfoot' What has that uuin teen
(doing? Stealing horses?
Native Naw, we're too civilized to
lynch people for stealing horses nowa
1 days. That fellow think!, he onn sing
I wDOQ songs. N. X. Joprosl
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