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"f'nfiT' turn hurt," Mild thr bny.
ry, now." The boy backed out of thr
door Mid tumbled down tho stairs. The
doctor gathered up his things and.
ihoutlng to Stuart, "This ease seems
to call for my help," he dashed out of
There was n drag store directly un
der the doctor's office, where a case
of candy was kept. Stuart, leaning
out of the window, saw the doctor
come out of the store with a Imp of
ometblDg which be gave to the boy.
Tlu n getting Into the buggy he started
off at his usual express rate and dis
appeared In a great whirlwind of red
iron ore dust.
Stuart smiled and said to himself:
"Dear old Hoc! 1 was going to say
that his bark was worse than his bite,
only It's all bark." His face grew
stein again as lie saw from the window
a sight that was growing familiar to
the people of Champion,
It was now about 11 o'clock, and Into
the open space around the band stand
in the center of the town square the
miners wereV beginning to come In
pronps of twos and fours and by little
companies. They came in from their
homes out on the hills each miner car
rying a stick, the uses of which be
came more apparent as the men formed
afterward In marching order.
The different miners' bands had al
ready gathered near the stand. They
united in the playing of several stir
ring pieces while the crowd was gath
ering. Very fust the square filled up.
'At last, as the clock on the tower point
ed Its hands at a quarter after 11, 4,000
men were packed into the open space
surrounded by the town buildings.
Stuart remained looking out from the
doctor's office window. The whole
scene was before him. He could hear
as well. Since that first day when he
had come home from his Kuropean trip
he had seen the miners together In this
way several times, but today he was
Impressed more than ever with the ap
pearance of the men, with their rude,
misspelled banners, with their music
made entirely by men out of the mines
Who had trained themselves with great
patience to play march tunes More
than nil, he was struck with the faces
of the men-the stolid, dull, but deter
mined look that most of them wore.
He was Impressed with their general
appearance as human beings making a
fight for a few more cents a day. And
with all the rest he could not help feel
ing that the men regarded him as an
aristocrat removed from them by his
whole life, so different from theirs,
and unable from their point of view to
sympathize with or understand them.
"And yet," Stuart said to himself,
with a sigh, "I would almost exchange
places with nearly any one of them. I
mean that I nm not where I can use
what 1 wus born luto as I would like to
' The bands stopped playing, and a
miner went up Into the stand. This
time it was not Eric. The men all un
covered their beads. It was very quiet.
The people of Champion stood looking
on from the sidewalks, the church
steps, the railroad depot platform and
the store and office windows. The man
In the staud lifted up his face and of
fered n short prayer.
"0 God, grant us a blessing today as
wo go io our place of meeting. Be
With us there in our council together.
Orant thul we may be led to do the
right, Keep us all from trespass or sin
r drunkenness. And when we have
ended our strife here below, mny we
all, master and men, meet In heaven
We a' I; it for Jesus' suke. Amen."
Btuart beard every word of the pray
er from where be sat. There was
something Indescribably sad to him
In the Whole scene. The miners put on
their hats, and the bands at once
"nick up a lively tune. The men be
Kn to move out Into the main street,
forming a double line or column four
breast. The bands marched each one
In front of a section or division of the
line of march. The men at a signal
shouldered their sticks, and, neeustoin
fl hy this time to the marching, they
presented a military appearance as
'hey swung past the church aud Into
the road leading over to the park,
Where they now held a dally meeting
Btuart watched for Eric and as he
tame by culled to him from the win
dow: "I'll drive over. My horse and buggy
Erie waved his hand and went by
without replying. Stuart came down,
snd after the columns of men had
Passed he drove along at a little dis
tance behind them.
All the way over he was debating
with himself what he would say. It
was the first time he had really met
the men. A great many of them did
nt know what the feeling of the new
mine owner was. They supposed that
Rosa Duncan's son was like the fa
ther. Others among them had known
Mm as a child and boy and liked him.
Be was a favorite in the town. Many
rough, reckless, stolid Dane and
Cornlshman had admired the lad who
had been so fearless in going up and
down the shafts. There was a good
deal of favorable comment among the
men In line over his coming out today.
So when he finally came Into the park
and was met by a committee there and
escorted up Into the pavilion where the
I speakers we-it he faced a great crowd
that was in the humor to give him fair
play at least. A thousand more men
hnd come In from the other ranges,
and an audience of over .".ihmi was
packed deep all about the pavilion.
Stuart could not remember afterward
all that was said that day by himself
or the men. Eric had spoken briefly,
1 nnd then In behalf of the union so re
! ceutly formed he said that lie had the
pleasure of Introducing the owner of
the Champion mines, who would ad
dress the meeting.
Stuart had never spoken In public
except on a few occasions In college
rhetoricals. He was no orator, and he
knew It. And yet as he rose to seak
to this outdoor gathering In a position
that might have tried many experi
enced speakers he felt a sense of relief
and a certain pleasure.
He began at once with a statement of
his willingness to grant the men their
scale of wages.
"If I understand the situation," he
said, "the demand made by the con
tract miners Is for $'' B day on account
of the danger of the work and because
the companies have been paying only
11,00 for more than a year now. I be
lieve the companies ought to pay that
price. I might as well say that 1 do
not believe you have taken the right
course to get what you want. 1 cannot
sympathise with this strike. I do sym
pathise with your demand for if'J a
"How about the rest of the compa
nies?" asked a voice.
"Aye. that's it. How about the lower
range? What's the mind on that point?"
"i cannot answer for them. I am
here today to speak for myself. If the
men who are employed in the Cham
pion mines will come back at any time
now, 1 will give them what they ask
This statement was greeted with
cheers, but at once there followed a
Storm of cries from all over the park.
"All or noue!"
"Union rules first!"
"The owners must treat with the
"We'll never go back on terms that
shut out part!"
"Stand together, men! That's what
the owners does!"
"Yes, they fixes wages. We fix they
(to BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK.)
Smile and Saner.
That's the motto of many a woman's
life. She manages the house, receives
friends, entertains company, with a moan
in the mouth which is stifled and a smile
on the face which is a mask to cover up
....- her pain. Only
those who note the
dark ringed eves.
the lines about
the lips, the occa
L sional p:illor of
the check, know
the real story.
SO.Such women are
KsaBBaaasBBBaaaaCs among the most
MigMllf grateful lor the
by the use of Dr.
smile atul not to
suffer is something
wonderful to them.
from female weak
tion, ulceration or
the drains that so
weaken the body,
may take "Favor
ite Prescrmtinn "
(with almost abso
lute certainty of
nir Tt' dir. trv
help. It's almost sure to 'heal. It has
cured ninety-eight per cent, of those
who gave it a fair and faithful trial.
Mrs. H. A. Alsbrook, of Austin, T.onoke Co.,
Ark., writes: "After five months of (treat suf
feriny with female weakness I write this for the
benefit of other sufferer from the same afflic
tion. I doctored with our family physician
without any good results, so my husband urged
me to try Dr. Pierce's medicines which I did,
with wonderful reaults. I am completely cured.
I took four bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, four of his ' Golden Medical Discov
ery' and two vials of his ' Pleasant Pellets.'
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter fret. All correspond
ence confidential. Address Dr. K. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
u. of Me.
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powerfully and quickly, cares wnen an omen sail,
young men will regain their lost manhood, sod old
men will recover their youthful vigor by using
REVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nervous
ness, Lost Vitality. Impoteoey. Nightly Emissions,
Lost Power, Falling Memory. Wastlns Diseases, sod
ill effects of self -abuse or excess and In discretion,
which unfits one for study, businemi or marriage.
sot only cures by starting at the sest of dlsesse.not
la a great nerve tonlo and blood builder, bring
ing back the pink glow to pale cheeks snd re
storing the Are of youth, ft wards off InsSDlt)
and Consumption. Insist on having REVIVO, no
other. It can be carried In vest pocket. Dj mall,
ILM per package, or sis for fjB.oo. with a posl
tlve written guarantee to core or refund
the money. Circular tree. Address
Royal Medicine Co., ffiffll'
tor sale in M'uhUeburqh, At., by
MLDDLEBIRGH DRUG CO
Headache snd Neuralgia cured by Dr.
MILES' PAIN P'LLb. "One onut s, dose."
The plague of '90 La Grippe.
The destroyer of LaGrippe Miles' Nervine.
Grip brings weakness, exhaustion, nervous
prostration' Dr. Miles' Nervine cures them.
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Report ;otReceipts and Expenditures of Snyder County for
the year ending Dec. 31, 1900.
TABULAR STATEMENT showing amount of count v and stat taxed as
xftiped, collected, returned, coiuuilsslous, exoneration and abate
ment allowed and outstanding, for the year MOO,
Adams ut-utxt- Kwi
Denver Isaac stoma
Beaver West j icob Bitter
Centre Joseph Krrr
Chapman w. n. Bwarti
Franklin Austin QUI
Jackson ' B, F. Bruusn
Mldilleliiiryh Win. Knnilif
MMnecraes St. v.. Rrdley
Monroe T'mums Hchh
Pens Harvey A. (iood
IVrry NHsnn Mcnglt
Perry west j, .. straws.
SeUnagrove A.J. Oroas
HjirliiK U. II. Km pp
I ntOS ISSSJ Zimmerman
Washington .1. A (irlmm
TABULAR STATEMENT showing collMtlooa tuada, exonorationa allowei
and iititsint ding taxes for ls'li) and previous years.
I I iiuteumiv I Usllsot- I Exonora-1 Outstand-1 .
DISTRICTS, I'l'I.I.F.CTOKS. Yenr .Ian. l.lmiO. j rd. I tlun-. Inn.
Ad. lllls JBS MhldlPHW'til IMW . S885 ":" KIM: 3 52
Ohapman WBShellay ishn! soot ao4: 910
Prunkim MJtTourtney ink-i sno 2iu
Hlddleborsh QMMoatl law j 74 274
Middlecresk Jacob Row ism 3hnm noss
tinton jseob a 8tahl inn 4'. -i 84 57. 795
WaablQgton i Wm T Bousb is' ; ista 933: 44:1
Adams I .las Mlddlesw'tll I HUH ; 14.141 11HN1 23 BJ
Beaver Isaac Boosb law : 9tiji g) tis 2 so
Bever West DUHssslnger ism : ! 77 4002 1
Centre Joseph Kerr isn u. 14210 455
chapman WHBhelley ISM 14H70 11157 Mil
Franklin MJ Courtney iwsj i 24 21 2i;'3 4 nn
Mlddleburgh U M Moats iv9 '. mon mm :i9ii 7 ti
AllilUlecreek Jal Ilnw IS119 I 98.12 4S 00 4182
Sloiiiue Thntnas Hess i lsw i 18108 loo 07 : 9 41 l on
rami r 1. 1; mlii i llni; lw 222 02 2is v.t - 4.1
Perry Nelson Mangle ; isw i 157 58 1.134 : 4 14
Perrj West Jacob Fultx 1 ihwi 7 ir7 ill 120
Belliisgrove i A J Oross ! w : 4931 1931
Spring Robert Smith ! ism Z4s97 4i ni 7 11
Prion Jacob Cl Mtahl ISM 9iui.' i M s.i 49
WaMiiiiis'ioii in 1' Kmisli j 199 i 411 09 : 448 04: 9 OS
; 2.-i7l78 IdMM IH7W I'.-ilSl
TABULAR 8TATEMENT showing Collections made, Ex
onerations and Ooiuniissions allowed and Outstand'
inir Do' Taxes for the year 1809 and previous years.
mHTtiitrrs 'm.i.ktks. vt jam do
W II Shelley
J G Slalil
Win F Itiiush
I Isaac Bousb
II B llasslnifer
W 11 Shelley
IM J Courtney
G M Moats
C u Qemberllng
A J tlross
I (I Stlllll
Win F. ROttSb
1199 Bj 128
Wm F Mur,.hy A Co, dockets, SJ..10
Mpring Telephone rent, 15.00
renn Telephone rent, 18.00
1 1 1 , M Shindel certiyfyinp; Judg-
ments, eto, ISM, 72.00
(leo M Shindel, fees for
ted U CCS fees collected by
I leo M sliinilel, tielong-
I nar to the County, els 1
No5s Kehy Term IS9N 4.00
N11 1 Pee sessions '9S ft 4.'i
NO 1 1 ct sessions ''.IS ft.TI
No 3 Oct sessions 'M 5-75
No 8 Deesssslons 's .khi
No I Peby s '99 line 1 4sl
NolJt s'99 line 1.00
No 2 Beo m '99 Ana l.uo
No '.' June - '9 ftns tM
No 7 .1 inn s '!) lino 20 On
No 7 1 let M 9 fine ro.oo
', Penn Telrhoiie
rent. Is'.i9 U.M
' . Spring Telephone
'rent, IS99 l.ftO- 120.70
Balance $:iu..i7-3,jo:r; 5'j7.v,
Register and Recorder's Office.
.1 11 va iiiis. certifg mortgages 99, 44-48
WU Johnston a Co, dockets, I.1M H.M
( lommirwioners' )ffice.
Isaac B potts, ex !omm, attending
Wm l)ressc,szComm, ntteuding
Pharos Herman, cx-('nmm, at-
.! N Bros! us, ofllce chair, etc,
11 I llnssinuer. eostaico
stnnii'S and cards,
Wm F Murphy A Sons, docket
i'enn Teleplione rent,
V II Heaver. Mdso
.1 N Brosius, salary clerk.
1 N Brosius, tra'l'g exps
Ohas Bower, Att'ysu'nry
Chos Bower, rttt'y travel
Ueo r Miller, 79' .day ser
vices as ( fitnm, at 3.50,
F Miller. travel'it eitSS,
John r Uctzel,9l days scr
vices as I'umm at 3.50,
J P Wetcel, travel e ems.
1 Mnglits, 94 days ser-
Vices as ( ,,111 m. nt 3 50 , 329.00
:W KniKlils.travel'g exps, W 04-3N9.O4- 1743.27
A M Auraiid. blank sale bills, 4.00
(I CGutellns blank hook 1.10
V. in f Murphy A Sons, dockets N.Oi
Penn Telephone rent ls4X)
(I W Bow, fees eonim vs
Magdalens Shirk 4.7:
(I W how, sheriff lees.
om'th vs J W Biegel I.M
Com'ttl vs h K Sclllegel 1 si
Comtn vs u Bbambaoh 330
Com'ttl vs J w Klestor, 1.2.1
Con'th vs Henry Boyer 1 25
Com'th vs Harry V'nlter 1.25
Coin'ttl vs Amnion Kline 1.75
Con'th vs 11 N Barrier I'M
fl W How, adv gen.l elee 30 00
(i W Bow. I reports to hoard
of Bui, lie Charity 2U.O0
; W Bow, serving Jury no
tices for 1900 SS.40
(i W Row, tilling Jury wheel
anil drawing 4 Juries tft.OO
I. V Bow, court proclama
tions for l'n 9 A.00
0 W Bow delivering prson-
ers to and from court 6.25
Deduct fees, etc, belonging
tii the coiintv
Jury Fees for 1S99.
No 67 Kcliy Term 4 00
No 2: June Term I (0
No 90 Oct Term 4 00
No 69 Oct Term 4.00
No 5 Oct Term 4.IO
Coal used in range '00 6.00
Bonn 'Fhcne rent '00 9,00-3100
District Attorney's Office.
1 V H,L-..r Im 1...,.
Cnin'th vs Magdaleno Shirk,
Com'th va It 1 leek.
Cotn'th vs J W Biegel,
Oom'th va K K Hchlegel,
Com'th va K Hhambach,
Com'th va J W Kieater.i
Com'th vs Simon Rousn,
Com'th va Henry Boyer,
Com'th vs Harry Walter,
Com'th vs Amnion Kline.
Com'th va H. W. Barner, 8 00 - 61.00
IN9 li 071 8 92 2 45
11 IN 9 87 I 0.',
2 75 8 19 41 1
ISM 1(1 251 6 13
6 51 5 Oft 41
-, V, 1 -:n 1 '"V1
6 00 5 70
6 Ml 4 83 2 00
I'l to 1.1 61 80
I 20, 4 73
II 2S 12 90 1 70
1 2.1 N 9S 80
11 15 10 25 90
U II 8 71 lft
17 69 I I 29 3 30
13 38 11 88 1 40
Asses Collec-1 Abate 1 Return I Kxon- v 'I-1 Outstai d. tsV.'i ri'.'il mi,''
sed. ted mental il. Oram's stonaj lu '.. .. .. .
Ittl tM SIS Oil SKIS S 45 17 lis mg6 16 10 S SHI 4H
Ts3 H sum l. 27 15 S9 jr. taou si 15
KVtH 4Sj 5&S SJ ll 111 5.1 tit 89 Kl 1.1 1 1 IN l'
H'JitlS M IS (5 17 111 ISSH istis ISO 30
1 vi ssSl tW VI II StW ISM MOTS IS 00
m 71A 84 3Mft6 H) 1953 71.1 ss
7 72 SA't i .11 OK tMtt ifW Bin 3K5. at
7J3 W 474 56 4H H 99 iis fg 1SM s.Vi 4
isstnl itu 119 is so ir.i.sn 44 istM s m i,
1S19 7N Its 73, &SJ J70 tM7 ttStll ( ,1 Nil
hit ao! va 14 7.n! mm inn in 11 3 n
592 1M Ml s, lilX! .171 IN 111 84 51 Us (1,1 14 .ai 71
lllHTj! 975 0s! 4t I 82 S MOI lost
lns:i so; Mi: UN 41 M 10 96 MM ISM M 11 7fl lor,:, r,:',
tits OS1 45S H l 16 14 7'J 121 R7 III 411 5 411 '.71
lii5U 15 12KI 09 MM Si 41 SSSM SSSB
$lt'..M7 NH $13208 ti 5S1 SMI SI 06 1115 '.'N SJUs II :N 30 1:19 71 f, 97
rinll.lRxi rat'n nntsta.
soted m commis's ndlsg.
34'fl Ml 14 72
'rysr aud Tipstaves,
I '1 itistltliles' irhir ns
31 10 42S. I".
1 fryer and Tipstaves,
: A (iood, Mlddleoreek.
It C Kiss, Monroe,
Bile Estate, "
Javob Belser, "
Lewis Walter, Centre,
Lewis Bitter, "
j BenJ. I'lrich, Selinsirruve,
c K Blngamani Adams,
! Charles Boyer, Franklin,
('has Sti iningcr. "
I H.I II
Bteinlnger Bros roal, 12.5 9,'
A V Bowers, ix. labor, pig pen, 2 SO
w 1 Uarman, lumber, pin i"'", 3.7H
! Gardner Sons, grate for heater, 10.00
: N A Bowes, reluoving ashes, 1.40
lr A J Herman, medical services, 9.H
J C Sehoeh. labor, 7.1
! AM Hhambach, Axing lock, 2 (si
M I. Walter, pointing walls, 25.00
' J S Metier, lime and Hauling, 80
A Kern t lell Wenrloh, heater 40S4W
I Clell Wenrloh, remov'gold heater .too
Harry specht. removing brick, 1.50
1 II RjUegle, mason work, 1.00
! w W wlttenmyer, mdse, S,l
A J I'rosgrove, work X ninlerials LSI
1 II A Kern, work and materials 9.S7
(i W Haaslnger, tin and stove
i W How, boarding StefTen, nel
liman, Middleawartb, Shirk,
Shambaeh Boush, Kiester,
Miller and Walk-r. 181.50
0 W Bow. committing nnd dis
charging prisoners, 7,50
, (l w Bow, janitor sessions, 4ouo
1 (I W Bow, conveying shirk and
Bbambaoh to Asylum, 17.00
Mrs (1 W Bow, washing and
sewing, 15.00 S71.78
N A Bowes work at tank 4.25
Janitor 1900 9000
A J CeosgroVS repairs 42. so
J C HchcM h stove 6 44
I II Bowersos oil 20
.las Bowersos oarpenter work 3.00
Alfred cleland " " 3.00
N .S Haehnian " " 2.0 1
(leo Ninith lumber "77
11 it Tobias repairing pavement 1.00
W 11 tlievemyer linoleum for
! Court room 13i.52
Aaron Stetler's est lumber 13.52
James BoWetsjos work H6
II It Tobias cabinet Co m'r ofllce 3.25
N A Howe-, laying linoleiini 3,60
W F Murphy Sons window shades N 00
W W Witteumver mdse 12 S3
Bunkle A Waller " 15.11
1) A Kern work & materials 17.30
B II Custer mdse 2.79
(1 W Hassingertin and stove rep'rs 6.07
Hit Tobias work 1.50 495.49
Shipport of King, Herbster, Ver
ger, Mhotzbergr, Shirk and
Support of Lawless, Napp, Shell,
Jones aud Kelster 207.24
lioad and Bridge Viewers Pees.
Oeo F Brosius ct al road and
bridge viewers 800.02
Itlcbfleld Joint 1121.01
Sellnagrove wood 4. ,10
,T Iron 126.51
K reamer 22.80
" wood 1.60
Globe Mills 7183
snow tag sxnoani r Doc
lax asw'hm'd POlaW IP4I.
OSsMI and ourslatulliiL'
1 1 96
I Ish H.OO
Paxtnavllls 7 "SO
Swing 42 tw
ooboen 1 in
it.. vers :.:
Burns' S OH
Interest on bonds ami orders llv II
Paint and oil 149.94
Prelghl " 2-s
Justice, Constable & Witness
( 'olnmoliweallll vs
.1 w Hlegle
K K Hchlegel
Item v Bii ei
harry w niter
Am1111.11 K line
11 u Umner
A M Voraiid
I'uii e, unity statemen t
Pub court proo
I'uh election "
Blanka for 1 urn's office
Blanks fin Protb'ysofflvi
P s Itiiter
Pub COUnty statement
Pllll court p! OO
I'uii election proo
Blanks for com' ra nllle.
Blanks for prutli'v "
Blanks tor sheriff "
Peb'y election ballots
J A I. milliard
l'uli county statement
Pub court proo
I'uh election proc
Blanks fur corn's office
Appeal noti.es .v postage
Nov elotlon ballots
.1 U Lesher
I'uii county statomont
Pub court proc
Pun e eetu 91 proc
Blanks for coin's office
H II Moycr
I'ui. county statement
Pub court proc
i n', election proc
, 1 W Wagensclier
Bun co mty statement
Pub court proc
Bub election proc
Pub court calendars
Blanks for coin's offloO
Blanks for Protll'y office
Blanks for sheriff office
Blanks for register office
. 4 H
Siirlng assessment 532.40
May registratl V death ( births (.15.20
Triennual assessment 48I.S5
Deo registration, deaths A births 371 1
Feb'y election 517.46
Feb',' " constat. Ics attend'
i og and ailv ' S9.74
Nov election 585.40
Computing same 11 60
Ml Holly Printing Co election
.1 II Wright Co election supplies 51.50
Deceased Soldiers' Burial
.1 (I Cronso burial ami tombstone
for Henry Treaster 25 ""
M s Schroyer burial ..f F.lias Noll :is Ml
W M Boyel burial of M II Shaffer Sft.00
Samuel Bollinger Lunal of Henry
II linger 15.00
Win Moyer tombstone for
Henry Keunlnger 16.00
John 1 1 1 1 1 it-rt burlnl of Jonatlmn
m .Mover tombstone for M B
Wm Moyer tombs'.ono for KltllS
J F Keller et al scalp certificates 14" 2ft
c it Wetsel et al on bony of
Rimer Trosell 10.17
James P Keller on 1 ody ol Isaac
M Bteinlnger on body of
Harvey llulllugton 10,12
( has A Krbon liodyofHl! Kngle 11. li
Wells (1 II. ilmes on ho.lv of
I. M Ijtndls 12 12
Tims Paige on iio.lv of Mollis
a 11 1
Jacob Gilbert auditing conn
Irvln Grayblll clerk to jury
J it Hendricks Jury com'i
II ( i Hornlierg r "
H a Klingler Co auditor
J ( ' Bow ersos "
II N App
C Stetler . lerk to ( !o auditors and
i reparing statement
W II Spangler lead pencils
J M Wagner uuseated landtsx
aeoli Heater unseated Innil tax
.1 West Beaver
11 J Peters unseated land tm
N J Price unseat'd land tax SpriiiLr
W 111 Vv rav
do Franklin 051
W 0 Stetler
v p Moyer
do Spring 27. s.'.
do A. lams 19.52
do Beaver 121.19
do Washington 2.12
lo W Berry I I.
( C (.nleliils egDrei snir.
wi; Johnston statlouerv
w 11 Qrevemyer "
W Murphv Sonu "
J II righl Co
Mary J Hunt
J A I, milliard Tribune for Itfoo
J (. Lesher Times
W II Shelley error In slate uiv
Reader Printing Co ass't books
Ifegt'r lists, tax duplieates cu
W 11 Klegle tax paid state on
(. 1) Msneval clerk to jury com'rst 1 .60
l K II issliger postage acc't lM'.i 8 IS
II J Schneider bicycle ass't it
tax books f..4o
0 A Bolt-niter borrowed money
t' A Boleniler interest 13.3.1
P 11 Will Force! fires W Beiiver 107.1.:
.1 B Swing
C I ' Spang'cr
P A Brosius
I' J Herbster
'asbington 21 o9
B A Brosius, fire dctccltvo.
V j Herbster, no
la'vinus Keeler, do
0 H Stelnlnger, freight.
First Nnt Bank, borrowcil money
W II Beaver, mdse, lo.lo
( 'in 1 m.i 1 Seoliold board'g jnriea, 6.5o
0 F Sinld, auc sale old lumber,
Beter Baily, witness North'd
John S Schoch,
T r Hummel
1) N App, audit annrovl'gtreaSu'r
.1 c Bowerox. do ;i is
II A Klingler. do 3, ',
A It Keek (AvttgTSSsional return
judge 9 o
J W ''rwiK, Ssnaiof ial return
F c How.-rsox. institute ezpes r.'.'..,.
I II II. w ersox, oil . ....
. II Shelley, error tax ss .
A J (itoss. bicycle tux returned
Selius roe lo o
i. M iitsit.. bicycle tax returned
Nelson Meugle, bicycle tax re
turned IS-rry lf.a 1 -.' '. fl
Tola.1, 2o,: V, 19
From the above amount of old r. ls..i 1 dttfs
ing the year ISoo it would apu.'.ir mat d bts
created ny the pause lit n.ar.l 1I11 in 1 , ..-.r
is..... were eonsi. le. al.ly higher Ulan those of
f..riiu r l....ir.s and 111 order in r pMtlcxI may bd
done to all conceruetl. we publish in fol uw
Ing statement allowing the actual iiuaiaees
transact sd during the year Ivo i, an hatonging
lo the same, via actual debts m 1 .is-i ut the
board ..1 and f..r 1 , 111 ,., 1 he Ins anua
S3.4ort.57 was fur hills and colilra i due ami
not paid, and for contract 1 fulfilled al con
tracted b the board of lsV9.
Pursuant to law, we. tb, unleralgnel loo
mlsslolieraot -uyder ouutv. Pi., piinltsh tint
roregiilng atateiiivul of Ktoelpts aud (..-..di-I
urea of antil count t fortbe y.u I an I alao
present herewith natatemeiit of the assets and
llabl Itles ol suid count) ..11 the Litis dry of
Dseei.ibcr v. H 1 an 1.
Witness ..ur hands, and the se tl ofrstld tics
this3Hthda) ol January 9,,i.
11, P, Ml LI 11,
Jon s p, 1 1 ki .
C. W. Kmi.ii 1-.
County 1 otntulssloiK t-s.
( ieneral Stati ini :u.
(l.Ul'NTV I I Sl.)
Asni ra :
Ulltstrindlllg tax of iKOUnnd pn
trloua years 331 ..m
Ibltatandiug tax of 19..., 32 Is. 1 4
r.xeessiiog us dime untvj ml .. .
Italanee iilutudaof I'rcitsurer. vtl .-. ... ui.s
I I inn ITlkff ;
Bonded debt 1
Orders outstanding, 1 ;, :,
Inueresl aocrueo tnJany 1. ISol, eH ...
As.lels in .xeessof I lulu I It les, sl,l :l, 11.41
Uutstniidlng lax of 1x99 ami pre.
Vloos years, V, o'l
Outstanul gtas of I99ii 1-1
Balance In hands of rreasurer, i in;,.
I I M il l I II -
Kzcess due i 'ouuty. 28N.0 .
Assets 111 excess of luibllties 431.71 IW.TI
lietincville Smith, Treasurer, 111 ac-
1 with Snyder 'miiitv for
the year 1900.
To anil reed from Win Hiegcl,,
1 reasurer 1,001 ,0S
To excess dog tax ol Is99, 373 ',,
lot ouuty an. I state lax assess
ed for I '.sal, lti,.il7.i '.
I Ullty and Slate tax of 1899
and previous yrs outstand g 3,571.74
Toatnt reed Iroin various iht-
soiis, tax mi unseated lands 301.33
To ami iced from N ii Middles.
Wartll, com He Mali Herbster 91.3ft
To ami reed from M a Wetel,
com o m v rger, 91,35
To ami reed from S Kr.llcy, de
To anil reed from Juniata Co ' ,
bal mason work joint bridge 23.21
'I o ami reed from .1 iiuiata t '.i 1
of lumber sold Joint bridge, 3.10
To ami reeii from stationery
sold to various iKirsons, 1 09)
''"'nnt r I from lumber sold al
Middleburg A' Boyer bridges. 1N.95
To ami reed from A M Sham
bach, window sold, J. tS
To unit reed from M I Potter, of
fice rent and coal, 19011. 20.1)0
Toa,t reed from J W Kiester.
( ( Costs tcfuii.led, 01.31
roaml iee. I fi ..in Mate "v forest
lire expenses lHi.19, T5'7il
To amt reed from state , per.
aonai las returned 1900, 1,810.41
To an t re, .1 from hotel licenses
2 J twp and : boro. J ft.10,00
To amt reed from C A Bolender.
borrowed money, ,n i on
To anil reed from First Nat.
Hank, borrowed money. 800.00 3N,5t8,41
By Hint f onlrm f lono reUM 19,.91
Hy Jtt ier ct on itmi tin m;iim' 4H!.,.ri,i
Hv H'rmiitiil iioH-rty Uix mf I
to the Ktata. 2I.V1. -.'.t
Hy 1 mt ii com on Rftttlfl -1.77 it, 17. 00
Hy 4- hotel I tee line puiU
boron nuti twpn I. 'X'" 00
Hy per ct eotn on Mtmu Htt (O i,iMOtoii
Hy M?r nt com nn VI" hole!
livoiiiH1 wihl 'otinty, 2f.ft0
Hy taf r Is''' nnl prcvtoim
yetira outntuiitllnx 821
Bytnxwof itHtandinir, V.ji ii
Hy eonitniMlcn aliowetl ''ii i''
H nbatuinentfi Allowed col lee
Hv exonerations nllotvcd collec
Hy tax 'in iinieatdl Inndsi retM, ivt IK
Hai. nn in hand :-..', 2. r.(t
Ik'iineville Smith, Troasimr in nc-
counl with Snyder 'omity tiir
the year IU00. I h I
'I'd unit reed friss Wm Kleitle,
i rciitturer, ih't.i r ,
T j.mt of tm ol IHW and irr-
itni yean outtXtanlntTi HW.Bfi
Tt amt nf tax BftfcfUH'd for IV i 'in lol.i.Jl
fxi'CHs of Itflltl forward lo
County fiiini. 8"5.M
Hy com allowed eollectnrn, ll.tiU
Hy ' tratloni allowed colleo
Hy outstanding taiei of tv and
prevloiiN yea in, M,ow
Hy outitandtiiK lax en of I960 iNtsilt!
I tntanee on hand lt!H0f
We tlir iinderHigned aud I torn
Kin) for tlie
County of Hnyder. ntata f I ennnylvania. do
hereby certify ilmt in the dlacharge of tim
dutiex devolving upon iii by law, we mel at the
Court Houfte of the (oitnty aforonaid on the
iirxt Monday of lanuary I HfM - it belngtha
ncventli day of the n th) to aud H nettle ami
odjul tin ai'eauttti of the acveral ofHeefl of aatd
County wboao occouiita It Ii our duty to audit,
settle and adjust, and that we find Ihe foregoing
Statement to In- corrrrt, r-otit t --tati'd in the
following note. (See note below).
Il N Air,
il (1. I'ou i i;-oX,
II. A. Kl.iNi-t it.
Counts A Qd I tort.
Noil It api't ur- that the Stim of ''Uf linn
dred ami fifty dollars had been set a-i by the
County Cotnmisflioncra for the public ti of
tin- (teueral Kieetlon Proclamation of lft n nt
beiug i lie same amount formerly B propriated)
ti. v. Row 4 Bherlff, In contracting for said
publiciitton exceeded the amount nppnuirlated
by twenty five dollars itafl). The sheriff, after
having been informed of hi error hy tl e hoard
oi auditor, personally refunded tho said un t
into the County treaiui y
In order No. Issued to R; c, Piss, bridge ln
spoctr In Perry township, we found that an
excess In mileage had been allowed or $j, tliH
boM also been refunded.
I N. Arp,
J c. How gaaoXt
II. A. Kl.lM.l RR.
t ouuty Audit. it.
I II t 1 1 1 lit mi I n t ii ii lir l'r. . nl.d
This digease always result n from a
cold r an attaok of grip anil may bo
preventtni by tho titnelv use of
ObainberlaiD'aOoogh Remedy, Tbut
remedy whs exteotTvely used daring
the epidemicR of La Grippe of the
past lew Year, and not a single case
has ever been reported that did not
recover or that resulted in pneumon
ia, which shows it to bo a certain
prevent n e of that dAngerous disease.
Chamberlain's ('ough Remedy has
gained a world wide reputation for
its cures of coTds and ffnp. For sale
at the Middiebure Drugstore.