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Gettysburg Compiler (Newspaper) - February 10, 1885, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania targ (fongiler. Tuesday Ewntag, February Editor left yesterday for a short iait to JTew Orleans, to tiiko in the grout Exposition and tho Miirdi Graa carnival. LIEUT. Gor. C, BLACK is mon- tioued in connection with, the next cralic nomination for Governor. Ho 13 able, honest and biave, and would pro- tect the treasury against tho demands of Republican cormorants. Tho convao oC the majority in tho present Legislature that tho liattla with Republican corruption must bo fought over again, TUB V. S. Senate on Monday to substitute the Senato inter-stato com- merce bill for the House bill, which means that no measure of the Iclnrl will be passed this session. THE Republicans need not worry, llr. Cleveland will tind a cabinet, and n good one, too. MKS. GKANT signifies her desire to turn over to the government the swords medals and other relics of Gen. Grant, and President Arthur asks Congress to place tho General on the army retired list. llos. S. HEWITT has Intro- duced in the House a to allow a drawback on imported raw materials, which the New York SVrtmic, Me. Elaine's organ, says "is icasonablo THE Slai- hopes that Republicans will not be caught napping next Tuesday, and we hope Democrats will take ilshint and turn out to a man._______ THE Republicans in tho Legislature have become so mean as to refuse tho reading of one of Gov. I'attison's veto messages. Is such a party worthy ol anybody's respect, let alono that oEDem- ocrats. The time 1ms eomo when Dem- ocrats must assert their manhood and stick to it_______ THE Republicans should receive the same Civil Service Reform they have for years been dealing out to Democrats and do yet wherever they have a chance The present Republican Legislature will have nobody but Republicans to serve it, even Jn the least capacity. Slid: an example Democrats should not hesi- tate to follow. THE Republican enrollment ot New York city, made last week, shows a fall ing off of which causes tlie blues among the party leaders. Mu. BLAISE is credited with having wade the statement that his greatest do sire now is to llvo long enough to take his revenge upon his enemies. THE principal work of tho liupubll cans when in power is to proscribe Dom crats. Will Democrats forget will they not rather assert Iho mnnliooi! that belongs to thorn? The treatment o the Democratic Governor by the Ropub lican majority in thopiesont Lcgialatuiv is enough to disgust every honest citizen TUE corruption practiced at tho Octo ber election in Ohio is to bo investigated by a committee appointed by boll Ileuses of the Legislature. Lot llu world know and wonder. THE property assessments are impor taut to every citizen, and the officials t make them will bo elected next Tuesday This is the tri-ennial year. Democrat: turn out.________ ___ CLEVELAND am Hon. Daniel Manning visited Mr. Til den at Greystone Sunday and Monday. A PHOPEU Post Olllc Appropriation bill before Congress pro poses to charge two cents an ounce, o fraction of an ounce, for currying first class matter; that is to say, letters am sealed parcels on which people now pa; postage at the rate of two cents for eacl half ounce. On letters requiring a sin gle postage stamp, there will, ot course be no reduction. Letters which now g< for four cents will go for two while on all heavier parcels belonging to this class of mail matter tho postage will be icduc ed one-half. As to second class matter newspapers, piepaid by olllce ot pub lication, it is proposed to leduco tho nit from two cents to one cent a pound The reduction concerns nearly ever; of the United States, and shouk be passed in both Houses without dissent TIIE Carlisle Volunteer says that Gen Grant sold himself to the Republicans who bought him for fear he might fal over to the Democrats. Grant had vote< for B nclianan, but the Republ leans seem ed to have it in their power to make tin highest bid.______ THE Greeusburg Democrat says; "I be noticed that the local Republican organs, which assured tho people befon the election that Huff, Dick, William: and Dudley were not Cameron candi dates, are exceedingly quiet on that sub ject since their base deception has been discovered. Tho local Republican or g-.ins, even up to the present time, hav failed to inform their readers for whoi the Westmoreland delegation voted fo As Grant and Hayes both had icbo soldiers in their rebel sol diers give the Republicans tholr ureaon majority in tho United States Senate- it does seem as if a boy that wore gray would not smash things as notar; public in Juniata county, is the way tu Pitteburg Post puts it. FJIOJI Grover Cleveland's inauguca lion will date a purer and higher admin tration of the general government than in all the past. While the 4th ot Marcl will witness the Democratic party gvca and powerful, it will see the Republicai organization, weak, broken and corrupt arrayed in grave-cloth es, says tlio Gruona ourg Democrat. COL. THOMAS O'BiiiEN, of Chicago at one time a prominent member ot th Fenian Brotherhood, and who la suppos- ed to know the intentions and move ments of the Irish dynamiters, says ttm the recent explosions in London wor planned in Paris. Referring to th shooting of Rossa he said: ".Every tru friend of Irleand must regret It, as I have tho effect of making a her nnd a martyr ot a blatherskite who ha as much to do with tho blowing up o London Tower as I have, but who ha acquired a fictitious importance from hi own mouthings." MR. STBWAKT, of Philadelphia, has introduced in the House at Harrlsbur a bill providing for die imposition of flnb of and imprisonment ot sb months on persons who sell dynamite o other giant powder to persons without, written statement of two reputable oil zens, showing the object of the explo sive. ________.________ COLONEL J. STODDAUD JOHNSTON editor of the Yeoman, at Frnnkfori Ky., is another Democrat who la not a office-seeker. In reply to the statemon that there would be a contest betwee himself and Senator Williams for th Mexican mission, Colonel Johnston say he is not an aspirant for ofllco an "would not accept the Mexican mlsslo it it were handed to him upon a'silve waiter." ocftttl CfcrwjMwIeiirfl at the Compiler, IlARiusuinia, Feb. 9, NiSfl. Tlie Pliihulelplilii lllngaton In tholr rst light with Governor Pattlaqn tills ossiou liiwe come to grief. They start- il in on Monday evening liwt, wltou Statesman11 AtoOuUuugh'tnlkctUgiilrist, line, uiul such a tiilk. Unread extmuls rom some papers In pposltlou to tha Cfuvovnov, nnd such u ender. Legislature hu pionounaeil tents- atnor, und with Ills Imrt gi'iiniraur, lulli- ng stylo oC lauding, nnd laolc of liui- lie is eminently lit to lend tha 'lilladelphln lioostors. Thnre wore nix- auv Republicans Itidepomlont enough on .'hui'siliiy lust lo vole to sustain the Gov- irnor's veto ot the J'lilliulolpliln iMiigls- .rates' bill, but your "accidental" mem- bers, Messrs. Myers nnd Slookslnger, vcio not of tlio number. They tiro unong tho stnuncliest supporters of lle- mlillcan projects In tlio House. The principal point tha "otiitosnmii" nnde in opposition to tlio Governor was lint Iho Constitution wus imimliitory In to nn increase of miiglsknlos cities ol! the Hist class. Now, lo show how giontlj they lovo and rovoro that Instrument, lot mo clto two Instan- ces In which they help to violate it ovory lay oC their official existence. First, In icceptlng froo pusses over rullronds. Tlieio Is not a mother's son of them who loesn't rldo on a froo pass, and yet Sec- tion 8, Article 18 of the Constitution, says; railway, or other ninsportntlou company shall grant free pusses, or passes at a discount, lo liny ioison except olllcors or employees (if tho company." And here Is the other, Sec- Uon.fi of tho samo Avtlolo, which says: 'Xo Inooiporated conipnny doing tho business ol! a common carrier, ahull, di- rectly or indirectly, prosecute or oiigugo n mining or manufacturing articles Cor transportation over Its works; nor shall such company, directly or Indirectly, on- giigo in any other business than that of common carders, or hold or acquire lands, freehold or leasehold, directly or indirectly, except such aa shall bo neces- sary for carrying on Its business." Tills express mandate of tho Constitution Is gnored entirely, und tho Legislature sits quietly by and soos It done. Portly fellows, forsooth, to lulls about violations of the Constitution I They have Anti-Discrimination bills up again, but they will meet with the tame fato as they did two years ago. Ihey will fight over these measures, but that is only to make believe. The dear people must not worry about this Ltgls- .aturo, for the members are woll up In the art ot showing how not to do Ninety thousand dollars Is naked to go on with the Geological Survey. Al- ready nearly a million ot dollars has been given to this useless und expensive al- rnir, and really no ono Isnows what has bcun done, or, whether tlio survey will or be finished. My impression Is thai this bill will nieot with another "black eye" from the Governor. Senator Wagner's forestry bill has boon favorably reported In tlio House. Tho Scnalo adjourned on Thiusday, and tho House on Friday, to meet again this evening, Your old townsman, Mr, Frank A, has been ro-olooted President of tho Democratic Central Club, lie makes an admirable piesldlng olllcci', and bciirs his blushing honois meekly. Mr. William Uodeannel, Iho Napoleon of newspaper correspondents, has boon elected Vice fiesldont of the same club. AiiA.Msr. AMi SOUTH. Cleveland says ho will go to Wash inglon unallcmllid and ns quietly us ho can. lie Is now at tho Victoria iiutol, Now York, Lieut. Gov. Jilack, IIIM been elected vice president of tlio State Agricultural Society. Keport has It that Governor I'uUlstin will outer the ministry of the M. 1C. chui'ch at the close of his gubernatorial term. The I'hlladelphln 'times informs an Inquirer that the Liberty Boll was crauk- od on tlio morning ot duly while being lolled In memory of Chief Justice Mnrshnll. Tho Tammany Hall Democratic Com mlttee, In Now York, Friday night, adopted losolutlous wishing i'ruslilont Cleveland u successful administration, and assuring him ot tlio suppoctof Tain- many. The troaly with Nicaraugua rocolv, ed u majority vote In tho Senate, but fulled beonusolt did not have twu-thli'ds. horses were burned to death In a livery anil branding stable above Vtilrmount avenue, L'hlladelphla, on Friday nlghl week. Some were very valuable; worlh fiom uno to throe thousand dollars. Tho Wtlsburg says It has coino lo tho knowledge of some secret agents there that socialists stored armst uiul tlynatnito In that city and BIO ready tor an outbreak on capitalists. Men from tho Hooking Valley and elsewhere are said lo be there ready for business. Tho shooting ot Joremluli O'Doiio- van liossa In Now York has caused grout excitement In London, where Mrs. Dudly is known, and whoro she once was arrested for attempting suicide In a railway carriage, and was once in u mad-house. Is said that Irishmen in London have boon thrown out ot cm ployinent since the recent dynamite ox- plosions there. Gonoral Wolsoloy, in a private let, tor received in London a few days ago, wrote: "I have pei'siinjilly known only twohoroesiuUiocoursootmyllfe. Ono was General Loo; tho other Is General Gordon. A rich widow, 71 years of age, was married on Wednesday at St. Koeli Quebec, to her coachman, 11 youth of 11 summers., Dynumlto has recently buou pitl to the old use of slaughtering cattle at Is- llngton, near London, by touching ol'E u small charge fastened between the horns, nil the oollerios In Li-hlgh Wyoming und Schuylkill counties re- sumed operations on Monday. The discovery of Chinese lopeiH Is not oE very rare occurrence In San Finn- olsco now. Ono was discovered In a shoo factory a weeks ugo, Cleveland detootlves arc said to bo shadowing a Socialist who can prepare i colorless mixture which will leave no stnln when uppllod to a wooden surface, but will begin to blaze ol Its own accord half an hour afterward. of having dress ball on the Ice In Central Park. Indian boy of tho Chlppewa tribe, IS years old, Is a fancy roller skat- er at Chicago It is claimed that a sweet potato weighing' 61 pounds- has just been dug at Wild wood, Fla. THIS old Liberty Boll has proven. good card. Ever, since Itsarrlval In Now Orleans the .Exposition has been doing well, and the people theia are disposed to look upon It as a hiirbluger of gooi luck. G'OKOiutss will count and declare the Presidential electoral vote to-morrow. THE limes are improving .slowly and people are beginning to fool better al most every where OF KHARTOUM. The most stirring event of tho week is he full-on Khnrtdura. El Mahdl and its Arabs mo victorious, and the biaye Gon. Gc-rdnu and his forces irtsbiiers. A native reports that the iluhdl hud men In llifi vicinity ot Ouu'toum, and lie Introiliictul it number ii his emissaries Into tlio city. These imissurics mingled freely with, the ua- Ivo troops under General by bribes, throats and working on tliulr lous tollnga induced tlioiu lu mntU ly. Sovou thousand of the garrison ilu- mrtod to the rebels, leaving Gordon 011- y faithful soldiers. With tills mall force ho attempted to hold the ally against tho XUilidi'Sk'i'fut army, but iftef hovuie fighting, In whlOli u huge lumber of tlio rubulsi wero killed, hti was compelled to surrender. When Sir Ulmi'les Wilson rcachad xluu'tonm hu found the Muhdl's forces occupied botli iho town and citadel, llu ,rlcd to land and ascertain tho fate of Gordon, but that stup ho found Impossi- ble, Tho enemy's guns wcio turned ipon him lu full toruo, and ho was thero- bro compelled to turn his back upon tho fallen oily and return to Gubat without hiding out whether Goidon is dead or ilivc, JUimois luwe reached Cairo that nen wore niusauciod at Khartoum. Tho tows ut the disaster has onst a gloom ivor tho cntlio Kuropoau colony In Egypt, Tho English garrison now con- sists at Alexandria, at Jiilvo and 100 marines at Suon. Thorn ire no forces at L'orl Said excepting one gunboat. Tho man-of-war Monarch Is il Alexandria. The Mulull sent lo Col, Wilson tho lollowlng demand: I call upon you to surionder. 1 shall not write uguln. If you do not become Mohammedans, I will wlpo you olt tlio face oE tho earth." I'liu statement Is conllrmcd that Fuuix Pasha treacherously mndo terms with Maluli whereby the latter was on- ihled to capture Khnrtonm. There Is great excitement in London and throughout England over the fall it Khartoum and the government iii se- verely criticised for Its tardiness in somU ng aid to Gon, Gordon. The English ship yuuls arc showing unwonted natty- ,ty, and ovory effort will bo made to res- cue Gordon if ullvo, or avenge him IE dead, HSUOIIDIMGS 1'iicm .Died, suddenly, ut II'IH residence, In Car roll's Delight, Adunia uouuty, about the 1st of May, 1824, tho celebrated and far- famed Chief of tho Wilderness, and King of the Forest Tribe, called Bin Ho hud withstood all tho stormy blunts iuid revolutions ot upwards oil a century. His exact ngols not upon rccoul; though no Is well known us ono ot tho aborlgl- noes ot our country, and uotomporary with William Puun, an Inhabitant of (thon) this forest country, pi lor to tha I'lovinchil Government. His health luul boon In a declining state Cor somo yenra. Ho hud long since lost mi arm by a casu- alty nut distinctly kiiinvn: and at length, in a very advanced ago, fell a victim ti the Irrlslsllble otfacts of a violent thun- der storm, which brought down his mil' justic body to a level with tho dust. Ot the deceasiid It may truly bo said ho stood a linn and npiiglit citizen and uniform patriot during thu war- which sepuiatud us from tho mother country; and, although ho took no uctivo part In that struggle, yot It Is wall- known ho wus llrmly attached to the soil, nnd clcuply rootocl to his native country. Al- though ho never received of a rellncd education, yot ho Is said to have derived coiislduruble culture, under tho direction of tho Hev. Or. MclOilght, with whom ho had long lived In lliu hab- it of a vory familiar intimacy. As to his bodily llgure, It was majesti- cally bold, linn and erocl. Ills enor- mous suu mid comminuting appuuntnuu attracted the notice of all his acquain- tances. Many of hln countrymen, foi olgnora and strangers, wore induced, from tho character they had ot him, to pay him a friendly visit! and never in ouo single Instance, it Is said, wont away displeased or disappointed. His body measured the almost Inuredlbln uf six Lathams, and his height nearly in the saimi proportion. Ono of his arms, which wo have already noticed, measiu- ed, ut tho height of -10 tVet, upwaids of three foot in diameter. Such has boon tho original stock of our American 1111- costors. Lot JU'ltulii boast an equal. bum ot dipt, Thomas Mc- Knlght, ot Franklin township, was struck by lightning on the 2Slh ot Juno, 1824, and onllrely consumed, thu ovuning of tho 28th of Juno, 182 V, four horao.s were killed by the lightning in the neighborhood of Gettys- burg. Two other barns woru alsostruclc ono ot which was consumed. It lins been asked, what la a car load V A good authority says: Nominally a cm load In pounds. It is also 70 bar- rels of anil, "0 ot llmo, 01) of flour, 0 cords ot soft wood, IS to 20 head of citttlo, 00 or 00 head of hogs, 00 or 100 huad ol sheep, feot of solid boards, footofBldlng, 1'eotof flooring, 000 shingles, one-half less green lumber, ono.toiith loss of joists, scantling am other largo Umbers, ik40 bushels of wheat, 400 ot barley, 400 of corn, "SO ot onls, 301 of (lax-sued, IIUU of upplus, of Irish potatoes, SOO of aweot potatoes, oE bran. Whllo D. J, A. Malhorn. Esq., of this place, was sawing a board with a hand saw on Tuesday last, he seveioly cut his lott thumb and torcllngor, sustaining a bad Injury. The wound was dressed by Dr. Sandrock. Tho measles and mumps prevail in this place and neighborhood. Corn-cob weather season Skallnu link attractions lake tho ciowd. Now Oxford starts ono up this Saturday ovonlnglfor tho Ih.sl Miller's now Stino, fiom Han- over, pi BUCKLEN'S FATHER lUtw.iVHD, who was, n THE NEW ORDIUNS for "Hough year or more ago, stationed nt Conowago' Awommoilulionii on ,for-poughs; Sore chapel, died recently _ fnformatMfronts Reagent.-' j
ohlldhood avorywhoro, ao guy II 1th dainty vei.se, delightful plcluiu and fascinating story, 1 1 opens with a I'ron- tlaploceby Kussiiin, "The Dove's Break- and a songful piiein, "'Clio Snow by 15nttorworlli. Xcxt, "Our a Irnu Calltorula story, ful- lowed by "Where was (Jon Coo "What the Storm Bid, "and a long llxl uf arti cles by the beat unlhoM anil admirably calculated lo please ami instruct youth- fill luailars, Charming Illuslrutlmisand poetry are Important luatuiai of the number. Wide Awuka la a year. D. Lolhrop it Co., publlshars, Boston, Muss. in mind that .losepli Jacobs now on Chamborsbnrg street, below tho Kaglo J lolol, Is boltur prepared than evoi to accoinmodiito a largo trade, Give him a call. __ If bitOltS Of ALL KINJJS and Ht ALT. at BCCKIIT'S. inhffl.tf LAIICI KST alock of Hata and Shoes evci oponcd lu frotlyabnrg at ECKUIIT'B. MIEN'S Hand and Machinemndo Shoes of all kinds and at prices that arc cheap tit KOKJtiiT's. MB8. tf Tim OuisAi'jssT Goods In town, Go to A, Scott Son's, who are sailing olt nloosl. __ __ ____ Jlil-U STOUE Mew Low cat at Joseph Cham borsbiirg Gettysburg. sSO. tf Foil a neat Uttiug and long wearing Slido go to Soiinoi) Eli's mH.lf MVBIIS, the UuHlmorc tiaa6 Jowalor, lui' entirely recovered from a apiained ankle received a few days ago, and Is personally at his Ston utall timca. All work warranted. dlU.U H. II, BANNER having been appointed salesugont for "Wunumaker Brown, has a large collection of Samples at hls.store in the Diamond, from which to aelec Suite, _______ >M ______ olf.lf HlMIOVMtl ftlSMOVEDh, KIBFI-JBU CTIIOGBBY STOIII opens out ul the old stand of DAJWBI in 2IKCILEH, Oil .JiAt'WJIOBK STIIKET with a full supply ot fresh GiiooBiuns PiioYHtoxb and QUJSJSNSWAIUJ. Thankful for tho good custom wo hut nt the corner, wa hope lo piovo onrsolve equally worhly ot imttonaga at tho ooallou. __ ___ FOK SAUD ClIliAl', ll' J'llll form Spnng Wiigon, with Pole am Shafts, Call at, S. II. BiuuotTg's wag oii-mukor shop. ttl.tf ,A STITCH In Tlino Sas'os Nino, am thoso raising alock, owiioisot milk cuttle iiudaspoclully farmers getting lliolr horses in good condition for spring work, wil llnd this piovorb true by sociiring u sup ply ot Horse and Cuttle Powders Mnnnfuctiired und for sule at M. Hu ber's Drug and liook Store. MrJ. tf Mil, JOS'KFH JACIOUS liiis'reniovcd his Merchant Tailoring establishment to his new Store building, ou iChamborsburfe street, a, tow Ooois west of thu .Eagle Ho- tel, 'Gettysburg, where ho will bo, happy to see all his old'cubtoiiiersund any mini ber ot new ones cull anil inspect bis large and excellent, alock of goods, om bracing tlie nowost anil choicest on tlio market, All prices. tf." SKATIJMO' Is now' lllo popular uniuse. munt, at tho lllnkus'well 'the ice' aiid-W.ltch-Uiafll Oil. JSo family shoult be without" They'-are iiivaluabli .OnU'iuiQfeet amam'ni giving fullinstruetions for tholriuse..-A till) llnber's !Drii( t 'iStll. Jf: .U i s .western Punnaylvuiiiii have formed a'protective jiiAimuD'ice is delivered t ,i ft '1', 1 on Iho ll "TO AT THE OLD STAND. Carriage Making. WM. B. GALLAQHEE I laud On Bait Boggles, Carriages, Spring Wagons, mlun I n 'Uio bom manner ami tho lienl rwMrliilH, uiul Hold ill iho lowml llvlnit profit. rno iiciitcMiinil null Um HlMUInl work Hlwuyii built. HKKAIHINO diHio iirompily and -buniily, A U'liil IN ull Ocl. if Kiiiii'iintccd. Notices. NOTIOK iHlioiobyulvon lo nil I.osatocnand oilier pcrfitmKuotu'drnoil, thai thuAdiiilii. Niiiillon AucounlH hurdlnufior inuiuloimU will bo piuKonUidiil HioOrpliaiiH' t'ouil of AtluniN ooniily, lor conilriniiuon nnd allowance, on HIONfiAV, Iho 'M dnyol MAKUir, 10 o'uloolc. A, I1IIJ. Kli'HI nnd llnul acsonnlol J.Ion. W. A. Duncan, llxaunloi ol Lho will or A, H, UUIe, Inle of CiollyHbiiiu boioiifb, deeeiuted. u, Uiinonn? 1. I'iral nnil llnul noconnl or J. M'ouinn AtMuliitin Flintundlliml iicoouniorv, J.miU Klo'J IniniliiH, Kxucultirx or Llio will Tlininltis, liilool OxroiU lifWllHliln, tlnu'd, Klim und llnnl iinoounl or Uaihiirliia Uuiilrlck. AdinlnlHimirlx ol tho iMlutc of Mloliiiul bmurlck, Jr., lain or Pninltllii lawn- Hlllp, lltiUtillMid. li. Flm und UniU iiccauni ol Pltin und .liilin U.MIIIIUI, AilinlnlHlnilou or Um cKUitn -ir I'liiHH, Sinlih, lulu of (I. Kli'HI. und' llnul uuuontil or I1, II, Illloy, ixaoiiuirurilio will or Wm. Unmllor, Inlour Mbyrly towimlilp, doouuscd. 7, und llnul iicuounl or J, L', AihnliilHtinior or ihu muiio or Unilui- rlno kiiUcnioili.1, lutuol'T 'ronn di'u'd, 8. Thu lu'unintorMuryJ, llnlli, Exonuti'K or Iho win or Edvuird M. Kully, luus or wnijo InwnHhln, tluiioauod. u. Kiim mid llnnl ummni or Wlllliim 1'. lloiMt'koi, AdnilnlHlrutiir ol llmiuUiUarMnry Iliuninkur, lulu of KnliiHIln 10. KliHiund llnul uci ounl or II. 1.. lliuum, AdinliilmiiiMr af Um nt Krniiklln ll! latuori.'ranklln Uiwiwlilii, iloo'U. 1. H. STUSKIIKBU. Mill. !l, RutlMlir. N KTOTIOE.. O I'lCK hcraby ulven Uiul 1 have pliiood my Noliw und nil iny Accounts In lliu liumlH oi UM.VIN T, Iiowuu, tu whom I hnVL1 Klvuti full power Ixi tfit Air and have uppolnliHl him ui to. Uu up my liuMiiwH. 1 buvu liouti 111 lor a lonif Ilineand iny lion In Hiich thai I nin totally nnalili, Ixi aticiul loony bun HUM or ui rualcu any natlloinunm, All porHotiK uru IndubUKl lo inuorwho liavouliiliiiHiiiiuliiiii inn pluuHu cull und nniku xultltiiiiunl ulan ourly dulitiiH nu houkN iritlfjl lju NUtllcd within thu nuxUKIduyH, CALVIN II. ,lun, I'I, ,'lin Adminietraior's Notice, KOTiniA.ULTS E8'l'ATK.-r.el. V lomorAdiiiliilHlmUoii on tbu pur I'.ulhhiuiiJl, Inn, or Muuullun lownxlilp, AduniM county, duuotutitd, Inivlng U6un unuiluil to thu tnulDrslKnud, roHldlnic In Hie oivino lowinhlp, lit lieruuy noiko to nil purNoim IniU'liU'd to Halt! OMlalu lo tniiku I nK'dluto iiuyinunl, und thofu alall iiKUlnm lliu Hume lo pruxunl thtnn properly nil. Uiunllcatud lor hutlluinuiiL HliNllY II. OIINEU, .lun, Ow AdniltiUuutor, 'Ezecutors' Notice, iy Pit a ELIIACII 'S Jj mm tciuimuntury on lliu nauui ol Ijllxn- bulli Oelbiuib, lulu ol Hiunlllonbiin AdatilH uonnty, durcusud, buvliii; buun uranli'd to tbu iinduraliiiiud, Ijolli ronlillim in ihccunmtuwnNliln, huroby KIVII notice loiilI Iniluiuuil lo uald UHtjilo to nuilte lininudlulu payiuDiiluml Ihow huvlnif (ilaliDH UKUlDHl Ihunnmc lo prenanl tlioni pmnuily nil, Ibenllualud lor Huuluirii'tit, .IDHKPIf OKUJACIl, P Jan. II, I88fi. Ol idmistrator's Notice. TTANNAIl WAQAMAN'M 1'MrATH-I.ot- J.X lei'ri ol Aihnlnliltriaion on thu ustalu or llaonuh lutd of lltunlluinbun townslnp, AduniH uinilily, liiKbcun Knuitod to Lhu unduiNlKntid, iiMldlni; In ra> Krunklln uonnly, hu liuro. by ijlVM notice lo all perrionx Indubtud to Kiild ustalu lo innku Immedliito pnyinunl, nnd ihoxe having ulitlniH atjaliiNt Iho riainu u> pro. Hum Ihoni proimrl.y lot Nulllo- niont. OIIAH. WAOA.MA.N, Jan, SO, 1685, 111 Admlnliitralor, PRIVATE SALE. .'jUlT-1 mibnurlbor ut, pilvnW nnlo J. mlloHHonth of OuLiyHbui'K, iH'.n tliuTaiiByiown ruuil. adjoin- iiiK Uroinur, ilonry liulrn, Jjtivl M. ljtnnlt ami OIIIOI-H, uotiUiinlim- about 1IJO AOKKW.wlLli uTwu-htory Fnuuo Hani uiul other itnlldlnKH ihuruon; al- so u laigo Appto Oruhui'd, Ijonltlu pwirHutul plniutt, Wutor nour Um door. Mepb. 1U. U W. B, WALKKR. CIEttK'S NOTICE. AB iny tL'i'in ol' oillcu IUIH par- rjnimto nm Imiobwdui'y u> onll ut. Uio oiltui) of tho Old) n or Llio COUIL and Huulu Lliuir iwrounu nlxty duyn, u1 uL tin it- Hmu my books will bu pluuud hi iho linnUBOfu JUHLluool Hut I'm-colloiiLto V, M, TIMMtNH, Jan. l.t, ol the Uoilii, Administrator'B Notice. GUIIHART, EST_____ TiiHlorH Aihnlnla'milon on MID UHUUUII Nluholiis laluoi MituiiliilciiiHaia AtluntH oouiily, hitv- tiiK bumi u run tod to tlio In ilia hivnio ho nrtUct to all PUIHGIIH Indobicd lo Hiild onUito in inuki. lininuilitito payniuut, mid LIuwiJ having olitlum aifiktiiHi Mic HU no to prwrtent tliotn jiropuily uuthuiitlcaltid Tor HOUlutnunl, NlUflOLAa UUBUAKP. Jnn. AilinlnlNiiutor. FARM FOB SALE, of lid AGUlilB, in comlltloi mirt unuur nliw pottt anil tall fttnohw, Iti MonnLJoy towiiNhlp, AUiuun county, iidjoluhiir lanilH of 1. N. DnrUontw. IH oftuied ui prlvittv stile, Two-slnry, MOIIHU, Jtnrn, Bhoilf und Corn Orlfo, Jlotj fmi, HpiltiK ini'l woll oi wulur. plenty of all Irhtdriol fruit; hulldlngt all In Wit HOIHU JUKI. Tormt onus, JOHN NOHJ3COK, J WANTED. vn'UNU, mid iJiMillcniuii [n loan I. 'JVlttttmpliyiu. lliu ShIpponHburir Tolo- Viuiihlo Infltituto. ititurdio' ircin UT wwuk; I1IMHI', Adili'dhH K, H. .MOllLKK, MMV it, v KlilpiMtnhhuni. IJ 'JOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, rnilK at. prlvulomtlo 1 H'AH.M, iiiljolnlin llolAormnirK, Tyronn towiiKhtp, AduniH uoiiiny, on thu Mtnlxi rand, AORlii, morn or luwjlniprovod wllhuluiuil I'wniuiry HnnltUuin, Hliud uiul Oorn n nuvfr.lulihw-wull ul Lhu IIOIIKII und unoihtir nljlio barn, wilhUuiinpH, und mime frnii, Jfllltlu mo In ilmbur, A prn- nnd Kluiuld olalmilhu nllonllon ol' farm It will bu mid on vory mmy loruu, uxuitnimuil rtiraKinall piopurly, UOI.DBN, Doldmivllln I', i JSOT1CJS. mll'B HIM iilul-lliiiil acoounl, or MIOIIAICI. .t HKII.Y, Conimltioii .loit.v DOI.AN. u hulilluul'drunliin I, has buiin. (Hod In iho Coiiiinoh tMuitt or AdliniH coiinly, and by mild'onui-iioii A. linlutWoumu liu Hlunvn lo ino contrary. i S' t W A. HMITII, Piollioiioiary. U, .NOTICK. EIltST mid llnul iniDOUiit of WII.UA.M- H. UAIIDNKII, oi JAJIIW II, OAIID- IIIVH bodu llk'd'ln llio Conn ol ConunoiiPloiui, of- will bu ciiiillnnuil'liy-Biild omul, (in MONIJAV, tin) 2 duyul'.MARCH, 1-tS, ut ID o'i'lock, A. an low OIIIIM lju Hhown.ui lht> contrury., t, f, -I 8. A. 'SMITH, roUinnoMrv. i NOTICB.. 'I'UK' flrHt-'uiui or WM: 'H'. J.j.1 AHHlKnuO or ALIIKHTiN, llAKT- or AdiiniH.ooniity. untl'.wlll ut oontlrmud by mild UourliOii MoNUAV, Lliti '-'d iniloiw DHUIW Uo sliown4o ibu conunry. Spiff" l 8. A, B.MlTHi" J JV. I.' Bund nix MuW Uuil ro> V.-wlvn-.l; no, box, or, goi'.Jit jl'.whlulr allror either wx, Koriuuoifitwiilt: o wour iciunon Jo their s bui'iii usliii! ooiui Iwoinlro- ui'iii uslii ocuuei. Tltlltraublo iiuiL by Uio uso or 'o ouuuindluii IUMJ ll.mi HtitcH mill Iftif llntler luwiiHhlp SO llerwick 741 4U ii, ill Uio oli ATull IllieorSuutliiySonuol Record, Mlnuu nncl rom AmarlOMnSundny School Union itnci Amorlcnn Trnot SocUly, nicltii variety or Imported' REDUCQDpriooii AT A. D. BUEHUER it, GO'S I.D, KEEP uoilHlullUy oil liund u MillNiiplib o Ihopiirumiuid boHl DRUGS AND'MEDICINB pnrcbntod from tlio mom rullubloJioimoH lu lIlOOlllOH, AlKO BOOKS tflwollunapuii, ombiualnK Mliiiidnrd WorkMln I'Odlry, IllNiory mid .'mmurnl KnKllsli und Anicrlaiu alnmauwiorlmiiui of Plain and Fancy Stationery, KNIVISS, OOL1> PEN8, MtuMlHhed Drugmid Book Sloru, ClumbiimburK utrool, Iho Ulu- nd.aoliyNburn.l'u, If Zicglcr LIVJSKY, SAIJiS AND EXCHANGE STABLES, WASIIINOTON STKEBT, IHtlC itndorHlitnnd havlns pint red Intojiuru 1 nurshlp, tindor Um linn orKloxlur woith, have wkon Iho woll known rjvory BiablDH oi Wiiuvor aro prupurod mipply Ihopnhllowllh all nlyluH nnd ol cqnvoyancuH lhal can be round In u Tliulr mock cannot bo by un> UHlamlHlimuni In iho lown. wlHhlne to vlHll llio liulUc-Hold willllildiiuporloruinJoinnlodnlloiiiinltlllilLh Oivo uu a cull. W. T. iaBULBU. Jan.fl.mo, II BUGGIES ANU CARRIAGES. ttubllnKcnemlly Umthccou'luuDhLoljul'i FAUINO-TOP, ITANDINO-TOP AND TROTTINQ BUDDIES, OA untA OKS, JA vaults, .i-c., ol dlirurunl nil of No. 1 ninlcrlnl and wormnunnhlp, N'o cuiu or uxpotiNe iHNuvud li mulilni; work lUNtufnl und ulwnyKui with UiullinuKiind NutUfacuiry liinrlco UK we! iu ohiimol.ir. work oil bund und orderN MOllcUed. na-Hlil'AIIllNO-U itltendod lo proinpllyuiul In Die bcHlmnnniir ICalubllklnnunl In Kinl.MldJlo struct. OIIUJ-N burn, one Hiiuure anil u hulfenm of the Court DOUNC. Cull and NouforyotirMelvoN. IOKEBT STOCK Wi FOR SALE. rwaln call Uio rauititlon of fiirm mid ireo doulorn tu our Uirut TREES which wo olTorlnic uL very -riiiiHomibli nil OH, No fivoiiw Wctlual tllroui with our ciiHioniiiiu fipoclitl tiaeiuton nlvcti iio ordutH by limit. Call untl wir R. W1CRER8HAM, Jun. NEW GpODS rnJUC uiHlorHiaiitid luui ENLAKOHJJ Hlti J. HTOltK. ill KlntMdiklti, Adiiinn couiily, 01 Uiuiailrimd two mil en Hoiuh ol Union town lititl uddGil iktino tit NEW UOODB, cm UriLoInij Dress Goods, Domestics, Hardware, MOTIONS, GROCE1UEH, QUEENBWAIIK TOMACCO, .10., and ovorylliini; neodoi lu u tiood notinlry Nturu, bo on "Hmull wiili tli iiojKj that thu publlo will exiuiid to Llic Not Hture uiiuh tin atnouui or iiutroimue IM wll make mid lilvo UM ciill Kiid NVO what wo ''u ULtlo of uvury If uol more. Tito putronnK Hollclujd, lO.'tfl.-tr WM. H. 8HA.HLTTH. TO STEER-FEEDERS. AT Ixiwor'K Mill, Titblo Itoulc, Iho undoi Hluiitidls now Moiling CORN roi mcm.ioodlnifu II quaiH per CORN CHOP nl 51 pur Ion, For uirlhur liiroriniitlon, uildroriii IIOHKIIT II, .MYlvltS, Mlllur, Hook U., AUuniH uu I'u. Jim, ADAMS COUNTY. KOIl oil UK rolloWN, 0-oni ihu KUVUIIIII day r .Innuury, A. Ift'l, to tlio nun ilny at iiiinury. A. 15., Ifc88: i i, K, I'ulll.K, und IlioCom- luuniiiiulili iho Couiily DR. SSI. Tu nmoiinl on hand ul Inslnct- Lllly'ii bliiiiieiii .1. E. Mlllor, ont'l V over MiiKhiim llrldiio co., ctwunic bridito HI JJultir'H HU I'uiwrir, liiiH-iinn ubut. IIICUIK M II.JIIB'H mill Hiikev K lluuin, iwi-l nn ui Ilntvor oiwK lu Undue nt HII.MIOI'S Cnlou luni y uvoWi'ur........................ llclnu.'l llulH-i hiiilut iiiuou yliii Uuiilltlii....... I, Klludlum....... i, VHlHi LOIINU............ l.r 4 SHMCCT SOIIOOI, will bo npencil In Ibu A I'nblln Nubool DulldliiK, la AllllOl'I'M- 'luWN, Admin uouniy, on li.w, juwti, vuLinij, ill, AI'lULlltli, Iii8fi, locunllllllulflll wi'illIH, ulul will, bu ulvuii iii iiruimrliiK f'HulKrri.Hnil UmHQ.wlioi Iniund U) In public HtillOOlH, TtlOllllllllOllKOI IllHIl LIOllOll.lO bo iiiimiii'd uro UIONU whluh to brlnu uboiil lliu iM'Hl mil uloiiu IhoKii lu touuh, hui ui unnuiul tlunUiui wollr Coiirnuor.rtiuily: InuludliiK llio ol I'hyxlcul mill Mitlliiiiiiullaitl Onocninhy, AlifdUrn, Hook- Kcitiilini, I'lilloKiipliy, U, ,S. Ills- lory, Civil Oovuriiinuiil, Arlili- itHili1. HouilliiK, InuludliiK Uio iirliiulnlftx u( KluoiiiJon, Urumninr, UruwliiKjind urthoic mpliy, I'or lorniN oi'iulllon, .vc., uildrcim J. W. T1IOMAN, AUHOTTSTOWN, ADAMS PA! Ai! llio nniulmr U liinlluil curly upullou- Uon Blionld bu inuilo. Jnn. 87, 'Jtl, BAST BERLIN- Normal_SchooL, mifis "liini, imwloii of iho "BAST itRRMNf 1 Sl.'llUOl, will npilll Ml MONU VV. Ik-rwlck borouiih, ConoviuuoiownMhlp UumberlunU liiui llorlln boroiiitl l.'rnnlllln iKl Wltld, (itillrenui 2d wurd CjllltlVUIB :u wnnl, sill -a 'M ill its IVH 71 uii ir> VJ 15 HIM Ml IU V2 H :il M IHI5 2S 1W III mu in Luilmoro uu l.lborly l.lllleNluwn horonifh......... Monulk'n ffi .MinniililCLiNaiii, Ai Mounijoy m Xow OMiji'd horotiiih......... MU IK OXIfjIil luwiwllll............... IU lluudliig Hirnunn iiiirinuny lowiiNhlp, llnnillloil Ilinnlluinbun IMiihlund Tyronn Inlon York Sjwlniiiiljor............... _.. _ f........______.............._..........riiiii..... iij I'lno'iioin 1SW IXI lloiiryBlmiiu........................... siww rout old lunibur, Uiuiiller- llu HiMliC........................................... mi n HH III U XII7S M.'l IliiiiilliH, KMI., Clorlcorc'onrlit, Coal lor olllce, 9.yra, IV) OJ 0000 2000 lyiiw II Ul 1 Ml 1 WI 01 10 UIW 2 III li If, 30 M I 9000 400 ill 111 M 3) ulin T, obii K. H. IIIIIIHI loUurlB, juloiiion Uvo. A. Auiliony w. jiiien M, KobliiMin............ Vin, C, UinuvrN lurry J, vK'iiiluli jo w U. curl.................................... n C. J ui C.U, 1- IM juiaib Jii m uhu 8 oj inoob a> M, Ollll A, Ol II 112 Abmlmm 124 44 in, i 6U imvpu 5 10 JUllll 4 T "I iwiucl Wuner........................ lolili Jlaudur......................... W. II, flioumN J. K. W111, A Mm ol IleruUir'N mill HiMKCnwk col dor, Cun) Tor offlcti, S. A.Hmlili, oonl for olllcv, 1 llonl iroin llulldliitf AKNOrlullon, I yuar h rorKhlniilun Irani 1. lllcbcrlk......... old lumber miin I'olor Tl n in of 1'urry j. ney Vorlt County Commliulo iumon nceouni nl Coylo Cimh lor J. H. Hunk, wimiiir, Jury turn, MUCH J. Hill Jr., I IM JoluiKrlMir OhurluH M. JucolM John A, hitiViniK...... II, Klcllolo, nrocecd ol' 1'crcununM lor ISI1 Addlllonnl lux IWi I'i'ici'lilUKi1 lor Addlllonnl UUkMKI I'lTccnlimeft Addltlonul lux IbW conuiKC for ii n 5TU Thu OnlKlnndlitK UIXOB upiwnr lo bi- In ihu bundi or lliu lollowlnjr ColleclorN i Jolin Qalr.. Dnrlin.e ,12116.1 Inlwiird UoiiyKiiurK ui "Jiu'oli Kiiinnu'l. iJultKonin at on wind Oi liyhtiuiir 2if O.V .Ino. N.SIII.'i', MID K. l'. KiuybHuijIi, liuilvi. :f, v, 91171 Mlllcr.lliiiiliiitwn nil Juhn or W'9. t. an 1884. 'JoKpliDenidorlMlutlm.. 11 Kiiunuiiuh uuiiiKT, UurHlck Twp..................................... DO luuibuiiAlilund, llurwli'lt llor....................................... 4t li 'Will. 4o.'l 'JU JoNuph Clunk, aiu sj Jucob Hciwor, EBHI Um iln m m Wu 711 A. V.Mcoii, Kruetloin....... K. H. Uulnur, iHl wurdUul WJ 01 dullllullln.... Ml 19 Win. U. Fiuck, ad ward 14ft 1Q Win li. I'jcicli, At wind T7 W 11 John wiml .11 40 (Jun.iuny. Ifii: liukvr, lluuilllon aa iu 11 J. W, Klitinuui, liuiull- ikSI 73 J. UNI 711 hdwuru fci mi, Ijitliiioro., on IB -J, A.Klino, Llneriy........ HID K Iv, K. ruruiiiun, Ui- Ivnluw.................................. 81 21 .1. W, Wi'tilohK-r, .Mblllllluil 061 IU 11 Jolin UM IU K. Kulli'iiburitul.uxiord... JM fill Ww, ll, uiuim, IB-: JH )lonry unliluii, ritnibuii... ill; si 'Hi ift ll, A. VorKHprliiKN Wi 61 "1'uld In purlKhicu Kullleuiulilt 4fli-Uiilon und iliiililiiiid TownxbliM utit] Nuw oxlotd 13uioiiKli lurltol mtitlud In lull bu, loio Miuiumi'itu lur HIII! for hutilud in lull CR. Uy votlplli'lhpiild UN lull A. w. PlMiimliiii, Ji. i JUltlU UttlltCUMM III Cuj olJ Audltioic Public ,tf i) litUUNU llf JO.KUO Ur, li. i., Unjiil, 1'liyr.hrimi 10 Jml, M i'ttJiuimfoitul NarvlcvK lor Joint Coylo, J Oil w yft 74 UU Win. I'1. Jim. ____ N. Woltflo, Nlund, puy I'OI IflM J Couniy Audluxn1 Jury CoinmihMunurH iniy..................... K. ,il. TlminliiK, KiiLOKiIni; noun .c UuitrUlun lloiiry 1'otorrf, notiiyliiK not u> Chin Jl. llnir, k........................... u'. K, AuuhiiimuiHii, liindinif lU'glmry CainiiilMiloiioH iixpuiiNiM u> Vutk on iictounlul Cujlc i Uti f) 00) UJ it tKW w 742 i! J. M, 1'UhbiKU M J. Ji'M1. Myoih, bitluitotion Miiury lur til 71 James UuuKcr, iiriufti mid convicLlMii ore. .r....M jui K, 15, Wuuinluii bwj., JntjuuKLun Dmiy of J. M JtobkJti.MuCtiiily, i'limiuiiumiy'N 2 H.A.Mmlih JUD Jotni U. hiirvoyhiK town- hltlp iiiiuftM. IV> A. 1J, buelilur A (W ooui'ito'l'- 11 Ji, TiUtK. AK. itilur. V. L. HoutK, uiuimiiuH...... lluK'ii Muwuray, uuttri ImiiKU... G. W, ilyurn, trulkit ItoUei L Kiipp, JOllMDlllll lluOk Mttlpo hnur OIK Tux dupiJcuio ul' Kmitkltn iwp. J, C. i'llUuiUtri, Cl'ktii Uuiu-ttitvN JOj w A ml Wl JO U lu 1X1 2f U 7i SJn '2 :i5 IfU Jui Jti I, AH llio unmoor U .limited, upplluullon Khoiil'l bu mudu.t'For ulroilUr, I J. CURTIS HILDEBRAKD, P, 1SAHT UICHI.IN, I'A, HOW TO HAKE 'I'd piiy.au hluh V (100 Mjmora, wunloil. Anyllvo'nuinomi nndor oulllvikilon.''i'Tlii} mott'niniplalo'pai'klni.-i'rouiiilii in United' BlalcH, Niiwrnl and aholcwil or mill II. iliu' V.f; V. M, 1 IinnillK., IUCK (i, J. UuiiitiJi lirt'i' J'ruJehNmnnlmji'vicx'N' ItoiiimlcU UL.V v JSdw. J. Cox, ut uu aw TIJ 'Julltl JJHUUlM'I.Ot UIN.IHMLM 17 OU H.ll. IClCllOlLK, fow[ UUtlrf.OiMU JU ll> AttvrrtMnttawl Mutiny. ]j. J. iHlvoLlhhin und job iii'iuiing.... Grnnd Jury liny...... CDiirt OIlliM-'ri1 CoiiNUiiilvN1 llunixiniuJiiry...... Jtvuru u'ruulhl '2 ;U 4U5 4 W 4 1'ilrRjiwrn II if tit l UlritM W 'ti. U. Utftit ;w uj 10 lUHlt'J Ui I'llUIIU Oti uenwu Social i...r MO puy In Itunmiry. nw (W n-iilniryt 75 Ul J, A.Muriili, li 170 OU J, A. .Unroll, KK1...3.US. Imvulod niltu ,.'B1I 98 ttoloinoii oo 575 per duy Solomon I inlliM J. O. Mc liny ilollh iravclKl Oau. milt, IM L. Hlroumi A Co A. Murk 17 fit r. il -a. J, MiiVUn, 1 ii. w U. J, w ui. IKivkl Jumtpli lu HI A. u; MI k> Ll k'lll.klt iu M. KlllOtl -WIJ.W Hlou, Sfw lluck J we u. ttfe WT787, 1403 648 DO 100 IM 4CIK1 UU 7110 If 70, ilUO 1UIW 1 OU, 5IX) (HWIf Nl 10 uu ,1. lluinlur, brlduu M in. i w uy in oil n uu 4 IM yi 3; 7J III 17 S 11 iu m 'i iu Ni w ......ui w Kl S7 8WII1 Hun mill Ully'N nud mm law 11 wi "l 75 a so 700 741) DM 14 71) J'tittHti Jnroino Juroum Waliei', Jucob Huiilim.ui, wood rur Jull. iKnan liiicbur, wood for Jull...... Win. J. for Jail... A. 0. Mark, wood for Jull J. W.Oromcr, wood for Jail. KranclN Cole.wuod for I', L, lloi.ck, wuod 101 Jull N, Codarl, MtlliiK coul Juciib HhviulM, luutlitirunil coitl C. H.llnohldi, U. W. Hurr, Nbocmukliitf, JMVIUMIvrtmr, brouiuN, holonmu Tlpton, ariji! A. Hliuiiflw, work m Win. U, Jidwimu, )Hununii C, M, (JdMlnwn, rur Juii Juhn i.lvurN, John W, Jiuxib II. Kdw, uowuu. Nprvudihi; Knivtil John K, MIKJU, II, bwopc, Niiind lor Sffl HIM Suu 3 (III iva 7WI 10 UO HIM I M 417 Ml t II IU M i -a fi u: t-a HIM W I 00 (0 Jlvury Ovoidiiur, Hum M, K, foulh, bluduniliiiiuiuti., K. Clliltf, clulillllllf UUllI, ul. UUIblllld'tf' iuwnuy, U. i (jo., hrick Jucuo Krelijlil Wm. o., tobK, l.W Wlu 123 HIS IU IU 7fxl 17 (M mil, UIU11HU... Wuri-Mii, Iron Mciichoy i llio, ihn J, 'J'liwnuy, Juljll Kloulin JJlllc, lor wilier tf dlleh i, work U, UlUlOl I'lllvUlUU, UOIk ulKUlu H, comiort, luinorlnl nir- iilBliod lor ounjuhdlnif t. W. KlniliT, diulni CIlulli'H K. 1J, Armoj 490 4055 1 W 1 Oil 1 W III 21 ,i :r, IIKlli i hxoiitimtloti Collwlorw' 1 kxouumiloi 1WJW K for Jftil 'ii li 31 III Ul m 7u Mil 711 14IU7; U I'd Ut Ull 24 eW.17 W IUM 71 4311 M of iiMil lixju'iidlluiiiii ul uwaiilraoi Uio rnnuinir or mild coimiy oumiuliinu iruo copy UN lukou irom und coiii- liuri-d wim i I1UIII80IIIM, wu linvii lienunioMii our huiidH und umiyjj wul ol "I lliu kin day Ol A, IM6, A, SlllitJA, fc, Klil.LlllI, J. T, J uuimundinlt ux for Tri'imuroi'ii JMIII cuumy by 'I'lVMarar................, Auditor's wiilo und Uio Vttblle AoBoimff of ii Vrauwnir unu UommlwionuM i WmU i Coin- DR. llJSI. 'i'o oulKlaJidlttK luxei, at lam OT Miiimiii W MIIO iroui Win. MI oo Jioury, SwOl) 75 UMli lor 10 W WOO to oo i- J, II, I'l t IU1M IIUUI J, tllll.l lor AdtllllOliu! hfcX 40r Addlllouul'UUt lor lor Auaiuoiiui IH.JC lor I'vrcuiiluuu lur Uy cxonemilouH luoii, Iwi....." lixuiiuruiloiik lor uMicuum' olt UomVii "o'rd' rrwiwuix'r n Duelloimiy uy A.. ol the Couni 01 HWoin 111 pin Nlnuiueoi Inu. do ruuiirt ihiil wu met, dlil alum, u S l uXwiuit to ol tuiy ol on Uio uiui tiny .voiiimiinuinit on Um liS tmlMiuMounlMMtiUnlijoVeuiduioreJ on Jluuoni In (WllMimni Hook In Hie UoKimS- Moinin1 union oNlduiiM eoimw, li rVcU iHiluiwe dno "ouhiy it Ad- liitm by qt K, Jvwu., ol In ivMlniuiiy wlmiiwr wi liuva hui ur hunilH wilS CU.UTEULUHEUTUCBTAX. adrcrtlgcd. In l n local notice 0 The following Sale iKlvertisini; columns; 10th February, Afo nice, Franklitttc lOtli February, Thun Jen, ilutler town Frankllu townslii 21st February, Salur 'S Franklin townslii February, 'Mood property, Tyrone 24lh February, Tnes man, Heldlersbur 2Jth Pfbriiarj-, Tues iloill, Franklin to ISlli Fi'bniary, We-ir Vaughn. Cumber 25th February, W.K1 Boyer, Butler 26th February, Thurs Butler township. 27th February, Fridaj Kenallen townshi 27th Febmarj', Frid; endtand George II 2Sth Fcbmary, Sat Leister, Butler to 2d Jfarch, J Hamiltonbun 2d Mnrcli C Butler township. 3d March. Tuesdav- Fraiiklin townabi] Stratan township, 5th March, Thur Schwartz, Unioa 5th March. Thursdny- I'rankUn towiis'hi] 5tli Starch, -Thursdaj attne, Mountjileas 6th March, Fridaj- Butler Oth March, Friday-B Slraban township. Ith March, Saturday- Gettysburg. 7th March, Saturdaj sham, Adm'r., net 7th March, Saturday- Mountjoy towniihi Oth March, 1 ler township. Oth March, Mondaj Tyrone township. Oth March, Monday- Mountjoy townshi March. Monday- Moimtjoy townshi 10th March, Tuesdny- rone tottiiship. 11th March. Wednes Henry SLivbaugh, 12th Mountjoy townshi 12th March, Thai Ilershey, Ilighlam 13th March, j berland township. 13th March, Fridav- Straban township. 14th March, Saturday- Strabau township. 14th March, Saturday Franklin towiulut 16th March. Monday- lough, Cumberfeni 17th March, Mountjoy 17th March, Tuesday- llamiltoiilwn tow: 17th March, Tuesda uroperty, Straban IBth March, Wednei Hartzfll, Cumbtrl 19th Jtarch.Tliuradny Mountpleaainttoi lOlli March, Thursdiiy Germany townshi] 19th March, Thursday man, Cumberland 20th March, Franklin townshi 2lst March, Saturdaj peruer, Franklin t 24th March, Tuesda] Cumberland town 25th Murch.Wcdneild Frauklitt townshii March, Thursday Franklin townshii 27th March, Friday- Meuallen townshii 30th Monday den, Mountjoytoi There Meeting services in. tbi tliis place next Sundu> L. Gauoc, of tawmber morning and evening. ALWAYS importani lions. Democratssiio men and then, tum.c Scxt Tuesday !s (but INTENDING to dur to refit, the IIXMI niB.tntime aell ott at n: to make room fornev oee us. XEELr Associate Judges, en Attorney Swone, McOlean.sonof.Tutlgi mitted tot'ue Adanis diploma from the '.Ls tlio University ot j-rnluated very credit ed an olllce in the 5V nosite the Court-nous Si'ECiAi. attention adv. of ,T. A. Long. TUK many new- siu lug in a wa STOUE EE U. M. Ectiotjr Uataud Shoe Store t< street and Centre ijqi AN PfDEssn Frcy, ot Cetl.ysbui'g years, walked eighteen mile.i, iiuidt is the fathet ot S: 12 South Plnfr street: A We At islncpre -to promptly loiwed us. who rendered. nfeht, on t liesuFplyofgssatth ftat waa appreciated by tlie large crowd o men present, whose e nival would otberwis i STONK81 queated to thu "straban will meet i Ihouse at Ituiitersti February Htli, belw twminiOe a townshi] TbeDeuiocnteof aill meet Two T on Saturday uoxty F M., to Dominate ate IbeDemoentioC
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