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leas you bad left the body of your
friend here, and you don't look like the
kind of man to do that. But we ought
to move ou. Vt e need to get him to the
doctor iix soon us possible. My app"ar-
ani-e nere is very w !, nun i ou icu
that afterward. Sim 11 we move on":
Stuart eagerly assented, and they
stumbled on up the tunnel. Their prog
ress was very slow, for Eric was en
tirely a dead weight, and neither Stu
art nor his companion was a powerful
man physically. They had gone but a
short dlstauce, however, when lights
appeared farther up the shaft, and
soon they were surrounded by a group
of miners, accompanied by Dr. Saxon.
There was no time for more than the
r1efest explanations. The party took
Brie from Stuart and the minister, and
soon they were standing out on the
side of the hill in the Btarllght. The
cool night air blew about Stuart, and
he thanked God for his life. Farther
up on the hill a heap of blazing ruins
marked the place where the engine
house had stood, while at a distance
the ladder hole smoked and limned like
a small volcano, showing that the tim
bers were blazing fiercely below.
"Take Brie to my house. We are not
far from It," said Stuart.
"Yea, and hurry up. men," added the
doctor, "I'M go on ahead with them,
Stuart. Brie needs attention as soon
The doctor and the miners with Eric
hurried down the bill, while Stuart
followed with the minister ns fast as
he could. But now that the strain was
over he felt weak and faint.
"Vnii must eniiio it, iitul afnn with ma
tonight. .Mr. mirKe. i
want to know
the story of your appearance In the
mine. And, besides, 1 have not had
time to thank you."
"1 shall be iilm! to accept your Invita
tion. In fact, 1 feel the need of wash
ing Up before I no hack to the town. I
am Stopping at tlie hotel," replied
As the two walked along, picking
their way slowly down the narrow
path, a peculiar noise came wafted up
to them from the town, Stuart paused
"What's that?" he asked.
"Troops. They arrived this after
noon. That must he the drumbeat to
"I supposed the troops would not
start until the last of the week. 1 had
Information to that effect from Cleve
land." "They came this afternoon, and that
is one reason for your friend's Injury.
I Imagine. We will talk It over and
see." There was a pause, and the Rev,
Andrew Burke suddenly exclaimed In
a tone of relief, ns If he had been
searching for something: "Ah, here
they ore! 1 thought perhaps I had lost
"What's that?" asked Stuart, peering
through the darkness toward some-
L thing ills companion was boldiug out
Jn bis hand.
"Black ore crystals. Very rare speci
mens. If you have a match about you.
1 will show you."
Stuart could not help laughing. Aft
er all, was he not nllve and safe aftei
that experience of terror?
"I am afraid," he said, "that any
matches 1 might have about me would
hardly go off after the soaking I bad,
You see, I was In the water up to my
neck a part of the time."
"I beg your pardon." replied Andrew
Burke. He seemed ashamed, and then
as they were going up the avenue to
the house he said gently: "You see. I
"(in 1,, hluhttvtl tirtd stiutri took
'"'t on a little irwnlnirleltiff wnlU
afteiiioou, and that is how I cauit
ire the old Henry tunnel. I
lllese erVHtlllfl mill vvnu litct mif.
tlleui Into my pocket when I heard
cry for help.
1 was kneeling on
u hour of the
tunnel mid had m
u near the
side of the wall at tin
e se 1 ,i,,i,. it l i..,. i i .i
- ,t i iiuu ileum jruili
'Peruana von win nt Mnt i ..i
, v ..... iiiina i urn ,n-
ogctiier a t.rnnk 0I) ipecimen, f ln
P Instance the hunt for them led tc
" Was n fi.rtn.n.t,. n.,.i -
.wiimmic null iui UN, It'"
BtOait 'Eric and I Hindi nlu-nw
DO i, ..
: lor your search. 1
- --uiii mm.
Come right in, and 1
-"i- iiiii. or Tno uurviiT, l- ......
- - - ' iiiii.. nuiMi J I 1,
TOOIll where vnn ,. I, ,,, h .
rfwM vuii m: hi uumi: iui
hurried In only a little after tin
'r and the minora n,.,i ,,.,.
orw tit)g one of the servants to see
Mr- "urke. went to Erin Th ,int
c 1. . . .
"Br. h ir? dressing the wound. ryng his stick, which in most cases ap
t has limt n i,.,.i i.i x.-.t..- . . . ... . K
" ui pun mm through. You
I'niis . . .
Ollt fun la
.v. uurseu. xnanK uou, tu-
1 Mil ii,.,, I ,. .....
c uuvei inia is the begin
rot troubles here. I'm afYn.f) Thorn
en crooked work today up on the
or I'm mistaken. That rock nevei
"own the ladder hole by accident,
"e engine house didn't burn with-1
"Offle one's hnln
rt lanknA OlAl.i.klfi.1 IT. I
I- mmijuum, ne WHS
n 'He miner's dress Bflrl If tYlA nn. i
n h. . .
- ""o not Deen ur nm dm iinni,..
1 1, .
IK'on PTCHPOll fnr milling n
UDB blend's anoenranc Ha .
eovered with the arrasy red Iron ore
mud. great streaks of It were over his
face and hands, but the gravity of
events that were evidently polling for
a crisis left little room for anything but
solier feeling. Stuart stood over Krlc.
"Poor fellow: This comes at a bad
time for him."
"Yes, and for us, too!" said the doctor
sharply. There's no telling what die
men will do without Kile's Influence to
keep them quiet And It will be a ques
tion of weeks before he gets up from
"I hadn't thought of that!" Stuart
put his hand ou Eric's forehead. At
that moment Eric opened his eyes. He
was conscious SjM spoke feebly.
"Stuart, you saved my life. You have
paid up old debts. You are quits with
"Eric, we understand each other now,
ion't we':" Stuart spoke almost like n
lover. "Hut we owe our lives to anoth
"How's that?" Eric was too faint to
"I'll tell you when you are able to
bear It. Rest now."
Eric closed bis eyes, and Stuart went
away to change bis clothes, and all the
while he felt conscious of the convic
tion that he stood close to the crisis of
events which the evening's strange ad
venture had begun.
Louise bad gone out somewhere to
spend the evening with her friends, the
Vasplainea, so Stuart and the doctor
and the new minister sat down to a
late dinner by themselves, and it was i
wlille eating that Stuart learned the
uetillls or lus rescue.
There was little more for Mr. Burke
to tell. He was a stranger to the place,
but In the two days of his residence In
Champion be had evidently made the
most of bis time. He had Inquired of
a passing miner about the Heury tun
nel Just before entering It on his search
for crystals. The miner had volun
teered the statement about the con
nection with the Davll lower level.
Burke had not thought of that again
until be heard Stuart's cry for help.
"Io you always carry a rope with
you on your afternoon walksV" asked
"No, I ha-e not been In the habit of
doing so, but I think it might be a
very useful custom In this mining
country," replied Burke. "The rope
was lying on the platform at the head
of the last row of ladders, and I nat
urally carried It down with me, not
knowing what might be needed nt the
bottom. I suppose the men left It
there when the strike was declared. 1
noticed their tools lying around in va
rious places as 1 came through the
The doctor looked at the new minis
ter with gruff approval. A man who
could note details like that was worth
knowing. The Itev. Andrew Burke
was evidently on the way to the doc
"But how did you happen to come
after us':" asked Stuart, turning to the
"I was up at Rollins', the pump man
who was hurt, you remember, when
the boy, the same one who came to the
Office the other day. came In and said
the engine bouse was on tire, and after
What seemed like a year's time we
managed to pry out of him that be had
seen you and Krlc go down the ladders
a little while before. 1 rushed over to
the shaft, and here Is the mystery of it
to me. Not a soul was In sight. The
engineer, Bremen and pump men wore
all gone. The ladders were blasting, so
that there was no hope of descent l.
them. Some of the other men ran up
from down town. Then we thought nl
the Beury tunnel and made n run foi
thut. You know. Stuart, it's ivei n
quarter of a mile from the slmlt. hut
we made It In a few minutes I fell
over on a rock and smashed a lol ol
valuable bottles In my case. You've
cost me a good sum. Stuart, counting
all the days since you were born von
and Brie. I don't know that I believe In
stubbing my toe very much for that
hot headed young socialist and Bgltfl
tor. He will make a pock of trouble In
the world, and I don't know but In the
Interest of humanity I ought to give
him a little dose of something to finish
Just then Eric, In the room across the
hall, stirred and groaned. The doctor
heard him. and. dropping his napkin
nbsentmlndedly Into his soup, he hur
ried In to see his socialist patient.
Before he came bock Stuart and
llurke discussed the fact of the engine!
k m... . l I
niMise i.iL. inert- whs Moiiicuuiiir io oi
cleared up nliout that. It seemed also
to Stuart that the mass of Iron ore
which fell upon Krle was somcthinj;
more than a loosened froRment of the
mine. The doctor was rljtlit about It.
The absence of the men from the spot
when the tire broke out also needed
The doctor find come back, and the
meal was progressing while the three
men were trying to solve the facts of
the burning nnd the Injury to Krlc
when a tramp of marching men was
beard coming up the avenue.
The three men rose from the table to
gether. There was a menace In the
sound that wns not easily mistaken.
Stuart went directly Into the hall and
opened the great front door. By the
light of the porch lamp could be seen
a crowd, nt lent t 200 men, each one car-
i ivii ii, ii . i nt i .mi mm ii. m n ' 1 1 1 iui
proached more nearly the dimensions
of a club. They were a formidable ap
pearing mob of men, their sullen, heavy
faces brought Into distinct relief In the
light of the electric lamp.
"Well, men," called out Stuart clear
ly, "what Is this?"
The men meanwhile crowded up close
about the veranda. One of them, act
ing as spokesman, came up on the
steps and sold In a loud voice, "We
want to see Eric."
(to be continced next week.)
eport ;otReceipts and Expenditures of Snyder County
tut? year enuing uec. ai, lyuu.
ABULAH STATEMENT showing amount of county and striti taxes
sensed, collected, returned, commission)), exoneration and abate
ments allowed and outstanding, for the year WOO.
I II I nil
W. it. sjwartt
A '1st In tittt
li. K Hmuse
At. K. Krdley
Harvey A. tiood
J, z. Htrawser
A. J. I irons
J. II. Knepp
J, A. (irlmm
"ABJ LAB STATEMENT showing
mm uu.Bu.uuing taxes tor IBVU nun
I Hits! noil n I
148 7 0
.Ihh Mliiillmw tli
W II Shell.)
M .1 Courtney
li SI Mont z
J SOOt) Itow
Jacob (i Staid
W in V Kouali
Is. lilt' tlOUHll
i H Hsasinger
Jo senn Kerr
W t Shelley
M .1 Courtney
i 51 Moats
.1 acob How
c l OnsjnerllBg
A .1 ( Irons
Jacob u Sudd '
W m v Rousb
i sua j
I DHIIIINUPJl O
I ABULAB STATEMENT showing Collections made, Ex
onerations ami Commissions allowed and Outstand
ing Dog Taxes for the year lsnn and previous years.
DISTRICTS. ' COLLECTORS.
Adams .1 MldiileswiVriii"
cbanman w h Bbelley
Midalecreek Jacob How
Colon .i i stahi
Wiislilnuton Wn K Itonsh
Adnms .1 Mlddleswarth
llenver Isiuic lloush
Heaver West I 11 llassliiK'er
Centre Joseph Kerr
Cbanman 1 w H Hholley
Kraiiklln M J Courtney
Mlddlehiirgh i 51 Moatz
Mlddlecreek Jacob Row
Monroe rinm Hess
Perry Nelson Mengle
I'errj West 'Jacoli Kolti
Heilnsgrove j A J dross
spring .Robert sjnllb
union 14 a staiii
Washington w in K. Ronsh
Win y Murphy a dnekata,
Hpriiis: Talepbona rent,
Penn Teleplions rent.
Or,, M Hhlndsl eertlyfjrtng Juda-
llienta. tic, IS99.
tiro 51 si.iii.i. i, Irn for
I edueen fee" eoMfrtrd by
ieo m hhlndel, belonas
i i n lo the County, via :
No SH Peby Trrin IS98 4 no
No 1 bee genslonfl 'OS 5 4S
No 0 Oil teutons '$ s.ts
No 2 Oot teaalniit 'OH 5 75
No S Dvg MMloni ''.'8 5 l0
No 4 Pebjf h '9!( line I Jl
No 0 .llllie n '99 II lie S OU
No 2 I n U0 linn 1 I'll
v o ll June 8 '00 Dm 5.00
No 7 .1 one s '00 tine '." 00
No i i icl M o due rn no
J , Penn Teleboni
rent, i s'.s 11,25
1 Su i relephont
n ut, IM 1.50 120.70
$3Vu7-890 J7 51
Recortler's ( Office.
.1 II Willis, certlf'g mortiraRPs 90, 14.41
W li JoIiikIiim X I d, dockets, 15.MI-
( lOniniiRRioners' ( )ffiot
I lomni, nttenilini;
1.50 Win lri-i
, ei-i 'omni, attending
Phares llermani ex-Comm, at
3 N BroaiUS, offlcS elinir, etc,
U K Mi.--: ii . I. IiotltllUU
NtatniiN anil eards.
W in K Murphy .v Hons, dooket,
i i-iiii l i-ii'jilitine rent,
II Heaver. Mdaa
.1 N Bros! iui, salary elerk,
l ItrtiKMin. tr u exiis
( ban Hon -er, Attysainry,
( lias llower, rttt'y travel
ueo f Millt-r, 79' . j day cer-
iip" as i oiniii, ata..'o,
1 K Miller, trnvel'u exiin.
John p w .iz.. wi days ear.
vli-ea nn innin nt 3.50.
J I' W ettel, trnvel's exits,
n nintiii. :n uayn er-
vl.e, n Comm, at 3 50, 829.00
C W KniKhls, travel'n ei, 110 04-3H9.04-
A M Aurntid. blank ale lolls.
ii (' (iutelliiH. blank book
Win K Murlibv A' Snns. doeki-ts
1 P,.iiii Tal.ni.nna ,
Q W Bow, feee comm
(I W How, r-berlfl Keen.
Com'tli vn J W HleKel 1.25
t'mn'tll vil K K Sclllegel 1 2!!
Com'th vn It Shamhaeh 3 30
fom'tli vi J W Kieiter, 1,26
Com'th vi Henry lloyer 1 25
Com'th vi Harry W alter 1.25
Com'th vp Amnion Kline 1.75
Com'th vh II N Harner 1-23
(i W How, ndv eii, I elee 80.00
(1 W How. 2 report to board
of Public Charity 20.00
ii W How, lerviiitf Jury no
tice for 1900 84.40
(i W How, tilling jury wheel
nmi drawina 4 furiss tt.oo
i W How, eourt proelama
tiom for I9H9 6.00
t W How. dellverinir prion
en to and from court 6.25
Deduct feci, etc,
to the county
Jurv I it- for 1899.
No 47 KehyTerm 4 00
No 2: .1 une Term 4 00
No 90 Oct Terra 4 00
Nn 40 Oct Term 4.00
No 6 Oct Term 4.S0
Coal uied in range '00 A. SO
I'cnn 'I lu in- rent 'O09,00-35n
District Attorney's Office.
J M Baker. Esq.. Fees.
Com'tb vs Magdalene Shirk, 8.00
Com'th v K Deck. 8.00
Com'th va J W Riegel, 3.00
Com'th v E K Scblegel, 3 00
Com'th vs K Hhambach, 13.00
Com'th vs J W Kieiter. 5.00
Com'th vs Simon Rouah, 6.00
Com'th vs Henry Boyer, 5.00
Com'th va Harry Walter. 8.00
Com'th vi Amnion Kline, 10.00
Com'th vs H. W. Barner, 3 00- 81.00
II -I iw
HIM Oli KSl8ift4 06
SO KM 3 S3
17 2S 12S.VS lb lA
if: vt as 4S i on
IS S.I 219 KS SI IS
17 49 125 Ml It OS
IS 44 210 li in or,
25 2 55 97 IS SS
21 SI I 12 52 ' A 95
14 99 90s Tli IS SO
39 KS 42 04 US
2 70 1 292 Tti 25 o
2-1 40 10.1 IA 14 AS
18 10 31 54 2s On
32 AS 65 04 in S.S
28 (12 12s W 11 ft
14 72 121 A7 10 411
S3 41 299 HI BBSS
collections made, exonerations allowed I
" sa 33 I
20 54 :
84 37 j
142 10 :
in 7 :
2IH 59 :
& 81 j
45 .'Hi i
442 IM :
t22M o j
7 93 ;
3 9 ;
9 0S ;
I outs' g, con- Bxooerat'n outsuv
'Jan 1 00 Jeeted A CommlS'l ndtSg,
ii 67 l"ss "2 45 20
S DO 5 90
10 60 10 00
11 IK 9 87 1 05 M
2 75 2 19 45 U
10 25 13 32 3 HO
5 59 ft 06 4Sl 09
5 55 4 80 1 25.
00 5 70 30
6 55 4 83 2 00 1 22
) TO 15 tl 30 7
5 20 4 73 2J 24
12 20 ( I)
IS 28 12 90 1 70 lit
III 25 8 98 SO 47
11 It 10 25 90
9 31 8 71 15 43
9 9 9 9.5
V7 49 14 29 3 311
7 1" I 40
13 38 11 88 1 40 40
UN 35 I2S 34 $14 20 $4 72l $50OU
Oyer and Tlpntnven,
Oyer and 1 iptavei,
t 'ryer nud TiinUavm,
Cryer ami Tipslave,
Good, Mlddlecreek, IBJM
It i kiss, Monroe, 7.oo
Idle Ketale, 95.r0
Jaoub better, " OS.00
l.i win Walter, Centre, 4.i o
LeWla Kilter. " 12.IHI
Hi nj. Ulrlcb, Sellnagroye, 40,00
L i ' Smith, io on
c K Hlnjmuiani Adams, 19.00
Charles Hou r. Pranlclln, 125.00
I'lias stidninger, " 87.00
Btelninger Bros coal, IS6.03
A liuwerooi, labor, pigpen, $80
w tJariiuin lurnoer, pla pen, 3.'h
Harduer niiis urate for beater, IO.iki
N Bowei removliiB aihei, I m
lirA.l Herman, medical services, 0.00
.1 CSJchovh labor, 75
AMMiambach. flxlnalock, 2 ihi
M I. Walter pointing, walii, 25.oo
.1 H Metier, I land hauling, so
DA Kern I loll Wenrioh, beater 40S 00
tllell n enrich, remor'gold beater 800
Harry pecht. removing brick, 1.60
HHHieuie mason work, 1.00
W w Wlttenmyer, mdse, 5.91
A J t'rongrove work 4t materials 1 11
l A Kern work ami materials H.r.7
l W lluininger, tin nud itovc
II W How, boiiriliii(;Strffen. Del-
llman, Midilleiwnrth, shirk,
Miainbncli Houili, Kicxter.
Miller nud Walter. 18150
li W How, comiuittinK and ilis-
Charglng piiaonara, 7,50
1 W How, jnnitor lervlcei, 40 00
u w How, ooaveylng shirk and
Bhambaeb Io Asylum, 17. uo
5Irn li W How, wnnbiliK nnd
N A BowtM work al tank 4 25
Innilor 1900 90011
W H Wlney Coal 115.73
A J CroiKrnve repairi 42. WV
.1 c Ncboch stove 6.44
1 H Bowersoa oil 20
.Ian Howemii carpenter work 3.00
Alfred Clcland " " 3.00
N J4 I in Inn. 111 " 2.01
lieo Smith lumber 77
H H Tolilui rctinirinir iMivenu-nt l.uo
Wll lirevetuyur linoleum for
I Court room 1 84,52
I Anron Wtetler'i eit lumber 13.52
I Jninei llonenox work Ko
I H K Tobian cubinet Com'r office 3.25
N A Hmvii layltiK linoleum 3,50
1 W F Murphy Ions window ibadci H O)
W 5V Wittc nmyer luilne 12 03
Kunkle A Waller " 15.11
II A Kern work & muterluli 17.50
I) II uitcr indie 2.79
II n llamlngcr tin and stove rcp'ri 4.07
II K Toblai work
Support of King, Herbiter, Yer
ger, Mhotzberge, Shirk and
Support of lawless, Napp, Shell,
Jones and K liter 207.24 207.24
lload and Bridge Viewers Fees.
Ceo F Broil ui et al road and
bridge viewers 208.02
ho niw i i oaa ',;
Lai asm it eott . u o
uned h ml ourstaijiltiii;
AUIt. IVlli .
Asu'll 04 Hi
14 OS b SI
9 SS 4S 5 19
H 411 42 1 1 Is
II ISJ All S 7
5 SO 30 ll9h(
IS US I
7 15 RS 1 V,i
'4 ha ai itu
S 55 42 9 H.i
ita 44 until
A 15 Sll H KS
5 3n 211 9 ,19
14.41 71 12 SS
' 10 5
to u n in a,
I 40 27 I -. 71
1 1 S2H 30 ISI T 1 1697.181 4&I
1 1 IV!
Intermit on bonds and orders
tit nmi oil
Justice, Constable A. Witness
Magdalene 8blrk 1 1 - "
.1 lilegle 25 1.4
H Slutmbaeh 15.1!
.1 N Kieitei 31..' '.
Simon Itoush 4 17
Henry U) er li 97
Hun y Walter K.12
Aimuon K Hue 17, 12
H W limner 1.S8
A M Aurand
Hub county itatenieut
Pub court proc
I'liti election "
Blank fur 1 our otili c
Hlimk fur Proth'j sofflci
PH Hi let
Puh county statement
Pllb court p'oc
I'uli election proc
Itlatiks fur com'n ofHce
HlmikH fur protlly "
Hlnuk'. for herifl "
Fob'y election ballots
I A Lumbnrd
I'nti county statement
Hub court proc
Hub election proc
HlnnkM for corn's office
Appeal notices A iioitne
NllV Cll-llllll IlitlllltH
.1 0 Lasher
Hub county statement
Hub eourl proc
Puo eiectii 'ii proc
II B Mover
Huh county statement
Hub court proc
Hub election proc
vi W WageiiHcl ler
Hub co inly itnteinellt
Hub court proc
Hub OOUrt enlenilnri
lllnuki fur corn's ullii-o
HlaukN for Proth'y oHlre
liinnki fur sheriff office
Hinnks for register office
2J 1 Hi
Spring assessment 582,40
lny registration A dentil C birtlil 855.20
THennUal maenimcut 408.25
Dec regintrutloii, de itln A birtlil 371 '. 5
Keirr constables attend
ing and udv-
5lt iloiiv I'rluting i o election
.1 11 1 in lit i'o election supplle
Deceased Soldiers' Burial
J ; Crnnsc burial and tumbstono
for Henry Trcanter 25 01
M H 8 in u , r burial of Ellas Noll US IM1
W M lloyei burial uf M II Shaffer 85,00
Samuel Ilolliiuei burial of Henry
Win Moyer tnmtmtotie fur
John iiilinri 1. ui. .,1 of Jonathan
Hill. . 1
vi in Uoyer ti
Will Mom 1 t.
inbstone fur M H
mlis'ono for Ellas
nl -iiilp certiflcntes
.1 I I
C .. Wetel i t nl
Rimer I roxell
.In 1 F Keller 1
n bouy of
idy ..( I-
51 . st, 11 er on bod
lim vi luiliiintoii
Chas A i rU 011 nouy of s I
Wells (i IJoiuica 011 bod)
I. M I -i.ii. I 1
Thoi Paige on boily ol Molll
1. nil t.
.) H Hendricks jury com'r
II i Romberg r
II A Kllngler 1 o auditor
J c Bowersos '
D N App
Metier . lei k to Co auditors and
1 reparlng itatement
W 11 Spanglei lead pencils
.1 M Wagner uuseatetl land tix
acob li- ii- 1 iiimi-nti-il 1. mil tin
4 ) 83
.1 West H nver
II .1 Peters unseated Imul tnx
W Beaver 21 !"-'
N.I Price it n eniM land tax Spring m.-.ii
M 10 w ray do Frankiin r..:, 1
Henry Mnurey dn Mprlug 27.R5
r lon Si k ' do AiIuiiim 10,52
WOBtetlei do Beaver 121.10
i' I Meyer do Washington 2.12
Irvin Boyer do Perry 1 li
o c Qutellus ezprersage 18.80
v o Johnston statiouery 6 85
W II Orevemyer " 12 77
W Murphy Sum " SS.80
.1 II W rinlii o " IS.00
Mnry .) Hunt " 6.o2
J A Lurabard Tribune for IO00 1 .60
.1 o Lesher Times " 1 ."n.
W H Shelley error In Mtnle tlx
acciuiit 1893 14,68
Raeder Printing Co ass't books
Kegt'r lists, tin duplicates etc 84.38
W II Kleirle Uix pnid Mtnte on
County debt l.oo
II I) Mme-vnl clerk to Jury com'rst 1 .80
. K II --1 k - 1 Miit,tire ace t inoo 3 oh
H J Sebnetder bicycle umi'i U
tax books 6.4o
0 A Bolendst borrowed money
0 A llolcudcr llltcreit 13.33
P II Will Koreel Mrci W !lc"ver 107.82
I II KwillK
l"crry 39 12
WmbiiiKton 21 o9
w Perry 11 h
0 C Spnnger '
I' A Itroiiui "
P J HerliMtcr
HA Itroiiui. lire detective
H J !lerbtcr, do
Levinun Keelcr. do
0 II stein Inner, freight.
Fint Nat Hank, borrowed money
W II Heaver, mJie, lo.U.
Carbon Heobold bnard'g Jnrlei, t.5o
C F Spaid, auc iale old lumber. 5o
Peter Daily, witneas Nortb'd
Augustui Sprlngman, do l.fio
Peter Kllngler, do 1.24
Frank Jarrett, do l.So
John S Hchocb, do 1.18
Thoe Stetler, do 1.18
T P Hummel, do 1.18
D N App, audit annrovl'g treaSu'r
1 .111111111011, 4 .,
.1 c Uowet 01. .1., ;i -
II A HHaglsr oo s, in
A H eok oinfresiiuunt return
J w Orwlg, SeilStol la I return
K C llower. ix InStitUtS CgpSS 12. '.8.
I II Howerox, oil S.OO
II Sbelley. error lax m98 ti;
A .1 Ureas, bicycle tax returned
hollas role is oo
0 M doats, bleyele taa returned
Mlddleburg 1 6. 00
Nelnmi Ucngto, bleyele tnx re
turnedperry 2.i ''...fy.
From tin- nbu v.- mnuuiii of order lent! ,li,-.
Ing the year Ittou it would ai ar that .low
srenteil by the nteaent lnuinl iluriiu tlie wi
i'i"ii. wi rfuiii.i Irmli v 11' u-i limit 111..-. ..I
former bnards nmi in order tli.,1 jmin-t .v bo
ion, -,, ' .in-,-, I,,-, I ,. i.iiIiIihIi Hi lot,,W.
in,; ii,i, nt -I1..W 1 iiir tin- .ittiini liualueMa
Iranaai t-. during lb.- year I . nn 1 belonaina
n VI.. i t.iul ,,.,i in.Ti-iM.-ii In tl,.-
board nt and for 1a.m. 115.84ft m. riy ' -
85. lor. 57 wn for lull- nud eontra' ta dun ami
n, .1 paid, iiiul fin contrai i mu tuiiliii .t i.H
Inn inl In tin- I1.1.11.I uf I MM.
uinttolaw. wc, tii. undersigned Coav
teisol Siivder County. I'i.. ikiuuiii ilu.
foregoing statement uf lU-ceipt and I.ximmkU
turea of said county for the yeni 1 " aivtalara
prem-ni iierewllli aitatainent ..( He- awetaand
11.1111 nn--. ui -.u.i ennui, ,,,, (I,
Deeeiuber .1. Ii I sou.
Wltneil mo IiuihIh a,.,! Hie ,. .1 ,J .
tin- j-iii ilai ui Januari ISoi.
i. I Ml LSa,
iiiii H n 1 1 si ,
C. W. K mi. hi-.
County 1 otnraisskMiessk.
(('Ol VI Y I I Nli.)
ASSI I - :
Outataudliig tax uf ISBVand pre-
Vlolls yeur- 221 61
Outstandins lax of IOihi 224m i i
Kseenidog tax ilueci untv -.r..,ri
Italance 111 luiuds ol rreaeureri Vll
I 1 vnn. 11 Iks :
Bonded debt looo.oo
Orders outstanding, 1:1,'
inueresl acerueu tojgtiy 1, I80I, cm
assets 111 csoussoi liabilities, -, ii
(DOQ KI ND.)
A -mk i h r
Outnluiidlng tax uf 1899 mid pre-
Outstanding tax uf IHOo
Balance In iiandi uf Truaiurer,
I.I l III LI I IK- .
Kxctmi ilue 1 'ouuty.
Assets In excci ui linblltici
Ik'uncville Smith, Treasurer, in ac
count with Snyder County tor
tlie year 1900.
To mnt reel from Win Kiegel,,
io excess Uog tax ol 1888,
To i OUnty nmi Slate Im aaana.
ed for 1900, 10,417.8
To County ami staU' tax of ISM
and previous yrs oatstand'g 2.1
To mnt reed from vnriuui, m-r-
sons, tin on unseated lands
i u nun rct-u iroui II Mitlitlii
nrili. com Delilah Herbiter
To mnt rceil from A Wetiel,
coin i in Verger,
Toamt reed from s krdley, de-
To ami reed from Juniata Co ' t
bai mason work joint bridge
i o niiii rem rroin iiiiiieita Co 1 .
of lumber told j t limine
To mnt reed fuuu stationery
Moid to Various persons,
To mnt recti from lumlier sold nt
luuieburg a l!oer bridges,
To mm reed from a m Sham-
bach window sold,
Toaintrecd from M l Potter, of.
ui-e lent uuti eonl. I'"
To ami reed from J w Klestcr.
'".mi reed from Mntc 1 . fnHUt
tire expenses LS8V,
I ii mnt i SOU Iroui state par
SOItal tux returned I9INI, l.fllli.t
Toaintrecd from hotel licenses
82 twp and e boru. 2.550.tfc
To mot reed from c a Bolender,
borrowed money, 1,0 oiio
To mnt reed fruiu Kirt Nat,
Hank, bomtwed money, 800.00 2H,SI541
Hy mnt f prclcrM "f 1000 reii'il I9..17U.91
Hy 1 per ui on com on mum' 4W,A.I
By h i -miai p ujHrly tax imld
lotlifl tiit-, 21M Vi
My i Hst rit hii on imnie it 1, 77 f, 17 1. Ol
lly 4- hotel In fiii. pnitl
imro nnd twpi i,'t:i" ihi
ty HT vi colli Oil HUIIIO V1 Hi I.II00C
Uy ivr iit com on f&iu hotel
llceiiKC p.ii't t uiitity, 'J"'."it
By Uixei of IHW aihI prcvimiai
y-iiiM outvlmtdinji, -.'ji
Hy t.t i- of ItNK) "it i -ninth in, 8,244. 1 1
By comtiiitticii allowed oollec
My ulmlemcntg Allowed collec
My exonemtionn ftllnweil i oil c
Inn J 4.;
My tux on iinnento)) tntidi rct'il, tt4 in
Uttlmice in h tml fiV.l 2", lri. t8
Ik'nnevillt' Smith. Treasurer, in at
con nl with Snvder ( 'utility fur
theyear IU00. DugTax.
Fontnt rfcil fritn Win Mn-lr,
TreAnurer, IH99, 175.59
J o unit of nix or I8W it 1 1 1 1 pre.
Iouh J ctttfl outntnilllliTi IU9.3!.
U II (1
I'o amt of tax KftveiUHMl for Ifl'ii 38H.3J
exeeiti of I8U9 ffirwunl to
oiintv f umt.
My i otn Allowed collectors,
My exonerations Allowed collet
1 1 M
My outfltandlnR taxes of iw.nt snd
My outMtnndlnK inxesof ijno
Balance on hunl
We the underoiKned Auditors In nmi dr iht
.untv of Mnydcr, ttv t MennMVtvauim. w
hcreb curt If y tli.it m the dUcharitc i-f ih-
lutles devolving upon us by law, we met At th
'ourt House of the County Aforenalrl nm thm
fir-t Motiluv of 'nn. t tl 1 1 . i Isnltatf tha
neventh dAy "f the month) toniiiit M'tftle umi
id)usl the in cauiits of tin- several ofllees f aht
niinty whose accounte it i our iluiy to audit,
Mttleand adjust, And thut wc nmi I hi forewolnjK
itatement to hi- correct, except us stated m th
following note. ,Nr note below ).
!. N All-,
I C Mow RRSOX,
11. a. KumiLKa.
ItoTK -ItADpcan thut the Rlim of one tin f .
dred nnd fifty dollars had been sol ad Ids hy tim
County ('ommlssloners for tiir public itkMi of
the (4enerAl Election Proc I Am Alio n -t 1900 ftt
belug t be saidc Amount formerly AppropriAtod)
(i. V. How. ShirtlT. in contracting for huh!
publication exceeded the amount :t, '...int
by twenty-five dol'srs (tn). The HhrnfT Ater
liAVlng been Informed of nli error by ti e iMril
ii Auditors, personally refunded the said mi
into tin- County treASUry
In "nh-r No. 41S Issued t It. 0, Piss, hrhtirrirt
spactr in Perry townshlpi wr found thm nn
excess in mileage had bean allowed of $-, thvt
Invi also been refunded
I). N. Arc.
J. C. IhlVt 1 -
II. A. Kl.IMil kK.
I'nrnmonla I nn n l'r ienic.1.
This disease always rfsultH friui"
cold 01 an attuck of grip ami DSMj bo
preventeil by the timelv us' of
Chan: berlaiu'sCouRli Heine-1 v i'hai
remedy wan extensively uneil tturinft
the epidemics of La Grippe ol th
East few Tears, and not a single easts
as ever been reported that diil not
recover or that resulted in pnemsioa
in, which shows it to be certain
previ'iitii sof that dangerous disease.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy haa
gained a world wide reputation for
its cures of colds and grip. For safe
at the Middlebur? Drugstore.
1UU iii ut