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SUNBURY. MARCH 31. 1S70.
Railroad Time Table.
EKIVAX AM) IEIAKTl UEOr TRAINS AT BCSIitrRT.
N. C 11. W.. South.
S.ieMail, 12.4U a in
Fufct Li ;, 2.00 a w
Pulln. Ex., a u
I).iy Ex., 1-10 P "
P. A E. R. K. West.
Eric Hail, 6.22 a m
Niagara Ex., H.S5 p 10
I Elmira Mail 4.05 p m
I Kasl Liuc. 7.00 p ni
BDAMOKIN 1HVIKIO, X. C. K. W.
E press, 10.40 a ra Mail, 8.15 a m
Mill, 4.23 p ill Express, S.55 p m
An accommodation train leaves Shuinokiii, at
7.10a in, arriviiiir at Mt. CarincI at 7.40 a m.
R-turinc, leave Mt. Carnal at 6.00 ? m, arriv
ing at tihauiokiu G.SO p tu.
D. II A VV. R. K. Train lcavo ut 6.55 a.
anl arrive ut 3.50 p. in.
LACKAWANNA & BLOOMSBL'UG K. R.
AT NollTUl VHKKLASII.
Leave uoitb 6:Vt a. tu. 12:55 p. hi- 4::(0 p. in.
Arrive from north 12:43 p. in., uu.l 0:10, p. in.
Accidental Insurance Tickets can lc had of
J. Shipinan, Ticket Agent, ut the liepol.
Nmunier Arrangement lor Hie l'ot
Oilier at .NuiiUury, I'a.
OJfU-4 Opt from 0.30 . m., to S p. m.. -;
TIME OF ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE
Arrive as follows :
From the East at 5.15 a. in., 4.10 p. m.,
" Bouth, 5.15 a. m., 4.10 p. n.
" Wet, 5.15 a.m., 11.15 a. in., l.S5p.m.
and 4.10 p. in.,
North,1.50a. m.,11.15 a. in., 4.10 p.m.
fchainokio aud Mt. Cat mcl, 'J. 23 u. in.
Sliamokiii proper, 4.00 p. m.
Muila close ms follows :
F r the East. 5.45 a. m., 10.5'J a. in., 4.30 p. m.
8.(K) p. m.
" South, :o.5d a. iu., 4.50 p. iu., S p. m.
" West. 10..W u. in., J-50 p. in., !.00 p. III.
" North, U.50 p. in.. 8 p. tu.,
Sliainokin prer 11.15 a. n.
SUainokin and otbecs on that route; 4.21
Money order w ill not he issued a.'lef 6 p. in.,
J. J. SMITH, P. M.
Fob Sale. A desirable residence on Fourth
tret, Sunbiiry. is offered for sale cheap. Ap
ply to W. C. Packer, E-o,., or at this office.
Gk. W. SxiTn, grocer of tbi place, has
made an assisuineut of his property for the
bcocGt of his creditors.
Mr. I. M. Evans ha' ecn i ;Hinted collector
or the Peun'a canal at Northumberland, vice A.
G. Fostlethwaite resigned.
Tub water was let Into the Penn'a canal the
fore J art of last week.
Coi- W. II. M. Oka and F. L. Ilacktnberg,
Esq., represented this couutyin the Republican
State Convention on Wednesday hut.
A wreck of a numlter of freight cars near
Moutgomery alalion, detained the mail train
Tuesday night over four hours.
Am. vo the most cxteut-ive seednncii iu the
United States, is the firm of Ilrigs & Bio., of
Rochester. The seeds raised by them have a
world-wide reputation, aud are sought lor by
gardeners as beinij reliable ill all respects.
Dk. David Wauhion. of Miilou, has been
compelled to make an afcsigninent of all his pro
perty for the bcticfll of his creditors.
Mr. J. W. Cookk ha been appointed express
agent at Northumberland, vice Dr. J. E. Maun r,
Neaulv all the children in Ilerndou, this
cuiity, are ulllieled with scarlet fever aud
DkATU OF WlIAIAMFolti.YTII.Slt. Capt. Win.
Forsyth, nr., died on Wednesday of last week
iu the hMh yeur of liia age. The funeral took
place from his late residence on Friday. Xuith'd
DeaTU of Mkh. J. K. LciGilor. Mis. J. K.
Leighow die I of rousiiuipiioii iu ihis place on
Monday, March 13, Wti. Her remains were in
terred in the ceuvtery at Lewisburg ou Thurs
day. She a christian lady aud her death
.'ti by all who khew her. Xorth'd
1'ur. license of the Treiuont House, aud of
M r. Young s iu this place, weie refused last week.
Application has been made tothe Legislature f-.r
a 4-clul a. t to license the house of Mr. Keese.
The Allegheny iinu-e, on Market at i eel, I'liii
adeljdi a, is one of the most convenient slopping
places in that city. B. ing cential to business
nod one of tie-most prominent points to take
tlie ears lor the t entetinial buildings.
A BEAVT slock of Black Alpacos, elegani
counterpanes, knives aud forks. carjc!s, eoi
lin.nl. i i-s ard table linens are sold cheaper at
Marx V Bro., Masonic building, Suubury, tli-.ii
has -iVer been knowu. They aie selling off their
sI.k k to make room for another large lot c i
L'oosd of their regular line. Now is the time to
No imperfect materials put iulo the gai incuts
manufactured by Wanamakcr k Brown at 0th
uui Haiket reels, Philadelphia.
It it said that a sure cure for pain iu a hollow
tooth, is a m. mure of pjwdeie.l alum and com
mon salt, applied with a leek of eollou A
censalian of coldness follows the application,
after w hi h the pain tradualiy i.u!-i les.
Os ThuisJay evening of last wi-ek, while lr.
J. II. Hunter was calling on a patient at G. W.
Hess, in Watsontown, some peisoii drove otl Lis
horse an I Imgjiy iu the dir. ti.ni of D-.wait. i!.c
buffalo robe having been found in the road near
that place. We have not et learned whether
the thief was overtaken.
l.l.ol I's Comedy oii.pany basted at Sliaino
kin. The Tum of that place s.t : "A bitch
occurred among the 'stars' and the manager,
the jierfornier having requested the manager to
pony up the amount due them for services be
fore they would agre- to continue the show hu-i-es.
. As the manager had never Im-cii a pert
h r be wasn't pn pared to meet this sudden
and hence the bust.
I ii a M E. Jacob Shipiuan has the agency
itie id lest an t best Fire, Life and Acci-iMiralir-e
i-ompaue and is d.iily taking
tin; lowest riitis, consistent with reliable
... Don't d-lay in putting an insurance
1 rop-ny, and iecuroun insurance on
and against n'ci ienl -. Call at Mr.
ollice, corner of I hi: J .m l Market,
never was a Hai r i!
ll.e.l.iv of foods than
ilrat Clo-.liing II
coi tier Third and
:rce:s. There is more of
riety of I
' fu' ni-tiiiig go.,), than is found iy a
sliinent. Don't forget lo go in-i le
and s.te the iinni. n-e piles of clo-hiug,
i the I j pi ice aud the quality of
to the city to
take a look ill
No. (11 north ;
.it the sights
head over heels in the
'ells better g'xds and
ewhere iu the city.
t the city call
:r list who
Bun Coats ami Sn.vm Bl'ttons. The con-
iu agents and brakemen on the main
eiirlsylv.miii railroad aud probably
the Philadelphia and Erie arc to be supplied
with neat and elegant uniforms next mouth.
They are described as follows : Those of the
conductors will be double-breasted frock coats
of navy blue cloth, with twelve silver plated
buttons aud a monogram ou the lappel, with
the number abovo it, and to be kept buttoned all
the time w hile 'ii duty. The pants are to be of
the same material, likewise the cap, which will
have three silver cords around it, and the word
"Conductor"' embroidered in front with silver
braid. Watches are to be worn iu au outside
The brakemen will be clothed in similar suits,
exceptant they will be double-breasted sack
coat, with silver buttons, and the caps will have
three cords around them.
Those of the traiu agents will be similar to
the brakemen, excepting that they will have no
pockets. Satchlcs will be horn by them, in
which they will deposit tickets aud money.
A crew of incu accoutercd in these uniforms
were recently presented before Geueral Manager
Frank Thomson, and he was so well pleased
with the appcaraucc they presented, that he im
mediately ordered the suits adopted. The cost
of each suit will be lifly dollars, and the first
will be famished ut the expense of the com
pany. Rockhill & Wilson will have the con
tract of furnishing them.
Death or Levi Seasholtz. We regret to
announce the death of one of our most esteem
ed citizens. Mr. Levi Scasholtz. He had taken
a heavy cold which turned Into typhoid pneu
monia, which caused his death yesterday (Thurs
day) afternoon. Mr. Se.-isholtz was a goo.1 citi
zen, and held many responsible positions. At the
time of his death he was employed as principal
clerk iu the lnterial Kevcuiic ollice of Capt. C.
J. Brunrr, which position he held for a number
of years. lie was honest aud upright ia all his
business transactions, lie was aged about 40
Selling LiijI'or to Minors. A very sensible
law has becu proposed in the Legislature of tin;
As every ouc knows, for a saloon keeper to
sell liquor to a minor is a criminal ofi'eiise, ren
dcrin the delinquent liable to be imprisoned.
Now, it is very obvious that cases could easily
arise wherein the saloon keeper might break the
law through ignorance. A would-be customer
of a suspiciously juvenile appearance enters aud
calls for this and that among the liquids. The
bartender may ask his age, but not anything
compels the youth to speak the truth ; he may
deceive that bartender and aver that lie is indeed
a man. It is sought to effect an alteration in
this, aud if the bill ollered becomes a law. the
miuor, whose inordinate thirst might otherwise
cause LI rn to deceive, w ill pause or else do so at
the risk of incurring the penalty inflicted by of
fended justice, viz.: fine or imprisonment. Mi
nors obtaining w ill be held cqtiallv guilt v with
saloon keepcis selling liquor, and this arrange
ment seems just and leasonahSc.
What Bi sinkss Mrs Fokokt. Some say that
it is no use for them to advertise ; that they have
been in the place in business all their lives, and
everybody knows them. Such w-opli- forget to
tuke into consideration that our country is in
creasing in population nearly forty per cent,
every ten years, and uo matter how oid the place
may lie, there nre constant changes taking
place j some move to other parts, and strangers
fill their places. In this place of the world, un
less the name of a business firm is kept con
stantly before the public, some tiiiw firm may
stall up, ami by liberally advertising, in a very
short lime take the place of the older ones, and
the latter ru-t out, a it were, and lid forgotten.
TKoi m.E in the Polish C'atiuii.k- Cnrttrn.
For some lime past we have heard rumors con
cerniug difficulties that existed in the polish Ca
tholic congtcgation of this place, hut as we did
not fully understand, we refrain from any refer
ence to the matter. Lately the troiiMcs
have been renewed until they assume a
Very serious aspect. Father Jitskiewicr.
some time ago scut hi his resignation,
which was, we arc informed, aecepled by Bishop
Shanahau but the pastor was given lyrmissiou
to remain here until the first nf March, lut no
services should be held in the church. A hitter
feeling existed against Father Jiiskiewicz, for
for some reason unknow n to us, but has still re
mained in this place up to the present time. On
Sunday night las?, near midnight, an attack va
made on his hcuseand several w indow, sm.i-lp'il
ami two doors broken in. A huge oak ci in
which was thrown into the win, low, ws exhibit
ed to ns ou Tuesday. Il is also alleged that
several shots were fired through the w indow of
the lied room occupied by Father Jakie icz.
A Naruow Em-ate Fi:om Death. On Wednes
day n!teri!oou, of last week ut Excelsior, near
Shatnokin, as Mis. Louise Souuder w.is airang
ing to put bread in an ovn, her clothes caughl
fire In m coals that lav ou the ground, aud her
cuter garments was entirely consumed. Hie rs
caed w ith scrre!y burned bands. Twoi ihcin
also had their hands severely liiirn -J iu helping
to extinguish the Uaiues. Itally.
Watch Stoi.es. W. 11. Neidig, a young man
from L'pper Augusta, was iu town last week
viMling a relative. On Kri l.iv afternoon yo mg
Neidig was standing on tin- p i vc mem near the
I". S. Hotel w hen some man came up iin i
j-tked bis uutch out of his Vest pocket ami tln u
an aw ,y. Thelbetl was a bold one. happen
ing in In o.i I daylight and iu a Sue ilily w here
D'i:iihcii of people wcr- pa-sing at the lime.
Tin' watch was an Aineric.n ;evei , valued at
lolly dollars. To the w;.c!i was alt oiled a
small silver chum, w hich was ali taken. Neidig
in.ideinforinatii.il against n p. lily who is Mip
posed to he !be thief but at the time we write
tl.e sti-ts-ct.-d Partv ha- not been found. Slm-
1 l".'i?l 7ii'k.
Tlukiule Si ai iiiv; ok a Liiii.k Boy. little
son r.f Hr. G.-sli. a resi b lit of Kiveisi e this
eouuty, about two yea is of age, was sea! led iu
a terrible manner, ou Tuesday nigl I of last
week, by the upsetting of a bowl o' hoiiing water
upon him. Mis. Gosh had placed the bowl upon
a tabid, and while she us tone a few moments
! from the room, the child reached the howl and
J pulied it ovet, spilling the content, upon his
j le ad, face, and breast. The little fellow is not
I expected to recover. ni!y.
PoMAI. I.r.i ll 11 lliij. A postal letter b..X h is
bein put lip on one of the iron column, of the
del ot, by order of the department. This is not
only a converienee but ba become almost a ne
eessitv. Il was imte-nilile for manv of our
business invii to mail ail their b-tti-is bv S o'cloi k
in the evening. Thsy can n..w have tin ir !cl;ci k
niailei; by dcposiliug tlc m iu tlu nosi.il box, at
any time after 8 np lo 12 inidniiit.
Sl IHlEN Iieaiii. On Saturday foicuooTi last
Chailes Kraiieis Taylor, son of Jaim s Taylor,
Eq., of t his plar", suddenly died of r .ruiiial i-tn
of the heart, aged about t) yeais. Little Char
lie had b.-en a 111. eted nl mlb-reM l Hues dm ing t lie
past thiee or lour years, lint il never attacked
the vital pails until the above day. H't..i.(i
luriiiiv rvtLNTS. The store mom of II. B.
Masser, iu Market Squ ire, which has been rc
moddled with an entire new front i f plate glass,
has been completed. In design, propoi lions and
woikinauship it it not surpassed, tf equaled, by
any other iu the tow u. Mr. John B. Haas has
taken posses-ion of the store.
Miss Caroline Da!iu has alo repaired and le
moildled her store room and put iu new plate
glass windows. The room will he oecupie 1 as a
A Mono the incidents connected with the late
Democratic Con venliou at Lancaster, the Wil
liamsport (Juzelte Jt litllttin relates the follow-
'The saddest occurrence at Lancaster was J.
Auten, and Mart. Withlngton, of Northuin
l iand, eating three saucers, each, of "smear
e," at the Cooper House, under the imptcs-
'I that it was ice cream."
hew enterprise is about to be started by the
i of Marx -.v. Bro. next door to tie; Post
e. They intend to couu-ct a millinery de
ment with their fancy store, and havo ein
I Mrs. Brob-t, formerly of Philadelphia,
rintenl it. They will open the millinery
lent iu the couite of a week or two.
Km hi.icas State Convention. The Kepub
lican State Convention met at Harrisburg ou
Wednesday last to choose delegates to the Na
ttonal Convention at Cincinnati. The delegates
were instructed to cast their vote in favor of
Governor J. F. Ilartranft for the Presidency.
This is a high compliment to the Executive of
the State, who, by his course, has endeared him
self to the people of the Commonwealth. The
Convention did its work promptly and ad
journed, lion. E. McPherson. of Adams, pre
sided over the Convention as permanent Chair
man. The platform is clear and explicit upon
the great questions which will enter into the
next canvass for President, nnd caunot fail to
meet the hearty endorsement of every Republi
The delegates nt large arc J. D. Cameron, V.
R. Leeds . H. M. Hovt and R. W. Mat-key. Al
ternates, David Aiken, Henry Hosley, John N
Purviancc, Win. Foster.
The delegates for this Congressional district
are Samuel P. Barr, J. W. Grove. Alternates
W. IT. M. Oram and Em'l Wilvert.
Benjamin II. Brewster, of Philadelphia, nnd
John W. Chalfant, of Pittsburg, were ngrced
upon ns the electors ui large. Win. Calder, of
Dauphiu county, is the elector for this Congres
v c snail give I tic proceedings In lull in our
ATI-ointments of Tim M. E. CurKrii. The
following are the appointments made at Harris-
burg, by the Central Pennsylvania Methodist
T Mitchell, presiding elder, Williamsport post-
office ; Williamsport, Pine street, D S Monroe,
C W Burnley, supernumerary ; Mulberry street,
J J Pcarce ; Price Chapel, J A Woodcock, J F
Davis, supcrsumcrary ; Third street, J M Lantz,
J B Polsgrove, supernumerary ; Newberry, E II
Yocum ; Lycoming. J Y Kothrock ; Loyalsock,
O B Ague; DuBoistown, A C Crosthwaite ;
Jatncstiiw-.;, J W Rue ; Montoursvillc, A M
Crelghton ; Muncy, A S Bowman ; Hughcsville,
A B llooven ; Muncy Creek, A D McClosky ;
Watsontown, A W Gibson ; Montandon, to be
supplied ; Elimsport, J Giay ; Milton, A D Yo
cum ; Len isburg, R Hinkie ; Millliuburg, M E
Crosthwaite; Salladetburg, II Wilson; Cogan
Valley, Z S Rhone ; Liberty Valley, II S Luudy ;
Ralston, A P Wharton ; Jersey Siiore, W C
Hesser ; Pine Creek, J R King ; Great Island,
D B McClosky ; Lock Haven, S Creighton ; Sa
ljna, A E Taylor; Beech Creek, E Butler;
Diner's Run, J B Akcrs ; Henovo, J Hunter;
West port, to be supplied ; l.cidy, T S Fans ; Sin
nemahoniiig, L G Heck ; Emporium, II F Cares ;
Pennlield, E M Chileoat ; Wharton, J B Moore ;
West Creek, G W Baker; E J Gray, president
Wiiliamspoit Dickinson Seminary, and members
of the Mulberry street quarterly conference ; II
A Curran, professor iu Keystone normal school,
and member of Mulberry street quarterly con
ference : I II Torrcncc, coricspondirg secretary
Pennsylvania Bible society, and a member of
Mulberry street quarterly conference.
liANVILI.E MSTKII T.
N S Buckingham, presiding elder, Bloomburg
post-office; Danville, St. Paul's, W A Ilouck ;
Danville, Trinity, J P Moore ; Riverside, J T
Wilson ; Northumberland, G Warren ; Wash-
ingtonvillc, I rone ; loia. J I.'oyd ; liui khorn,
J Homing; Blooinsbutg, J S McMurray; Espy
and Light street, A Britlain ; Orangavillc, H S
Metidenhall ; Benton, C L lleiiscolcr, R Love
land ; Bern ick, J H Mi (iarrah ; Millliin ille, F
Gearhart ; Beach Haven, II B Fort.ier ; Bloom
ing. lale, J V Brown, I N Mo..ivhead ; Muhleii
burg, N B Smith ; Shit k-hinnyv J Moorehead ;
While Haven, A M Kester ; Hickory Kan, W A
Carver ; Wcatheriy aud Stockton, B P King ;
Beaver Meadow. .1 V Benford ; Hazleton, W W
Evans ; Jeatisville, M L Drum ; C'oiiyughain, S
Stinc ; South Ilcberton, T O Clee, J R Shipe ;
Catawissa, S W Sears ; Elysburg, J Guss, C J
Buck ; Shamokin, W L Sj oltswoo.l ; Centralia,
G M Lamed; ilclfenstein, (J V S.ividge ; Mt.
Caiinel. N W Colburn ; Aslaud, A M Bamitz ;
Trevort ni. J J W Feight ; Snydet towu, G II
Day; Sunbiiry, J A De.Mojer ; Sciiusgiove, E T
- - - -o-
Kiisns. We received last week a package o!
ros-plants from Vcssis. Diugec & ( ourad Co.,
West (irovc, Che-tcr county, Pa., who are the
largest rose growers in A m net. The plants
were in Hi; best condition when received. They
are hearty and thrifty. T ley weie selected from
the fiue-t sorts. M-ssis. Diujj-e & Conrad Co.,
have over three hundred dilfcretit kinds to select
from. Persons desiriug to make home attrac
tive, can w ith a lew dollars accomplish it, by
sending the:u au order lor plants and a guide to
rose cull lire.
Tin: d -leg ilion from this county to the State
Conventional Lancaster stopped off at Harris
burg to buy the cd tor of I tie jKmoefat a new
hat, so thai lie would look as respectable as the
res of tlu luily. His luitit-u'ar friend. D. C.
j Dissinger. subset ibed the largest amount. Mi(t
! oj .Sairia.v-
To show his ingr.itit nde towards his political
j friend D. C. Dissinger, the editor of the )cm-
ciit. as soon as he arrived ut Lancaster, coin
wcnee-l throwing "In icks' al him and refused
to recognize him. The query now is whether
the brieii wcr-'. in the hat when it was purchased
or w heth. r tin y wcr-put in after tar Is.
IN'I KAM i:. Having Icen appointed Agent
fur the lo lowing li suranc- Co's al Sunbiiry.
N'ortl, limb. r. and and vicinity, namely: The
.Elna o! Hartford, Home of N. (., Royal of
Ll'p rpool, Eng., Lancashire of Manchester,
Eng., oiiiiii -iciai L'mou London, Eng., and
Amazon of ( incint;at i, and having located ou
East Mark-t St., Satibtiry, a n pri p.. red to w rite
policies in th above o il and n liable companies
and all el i-e- o proi e:ty, at as low rat. s as
are coN.i-tei.i wit'a soiv. lev anl I - i , i I in
i'er-oiis hiving i'l'ipeily to in-i:re will j'l'-a-e
call ou tin-, before placing it el-ewh- re, as we
in. ike u i ase?9 n -nis an I levy no t i- r to pay
lo-s --. Lib- ni l Ac i lent Policies m ilieu on
J. S Cl M MINOS.
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tlif.ri.iili iimsN'ry nt yours. Il"; llnnl, "lie owe.' to
aw.ii.'liali interest ill tile lllllnls ill llie pu; ll." In the
Us: s. lection .m tin- l.i!nwiiii slateltieiit, wineli some
people otten niuLe; 'l know it, but 1 canla I till it."
Allei the rediii( hus Innslii d, llie last iinnt.ilii.il wjs
discussed t,y aniii,. Mf it,H teai hem. lln. j.;,ilv tt jini; to
show that a in rsuii ii,ay "know it" and not lie ble to
tell it, slid lln : nth. , tryini; tueip lain that the reason
why tiiey cannot Ml it JK l-cjn. Ihi y 1.) lint "know it."
Aui.thei- selection a then irail, eiilltled, "Kelatioll of
i;r..liiliiei'to Iliu s,et,i,i-.- Vuss I'aniter and Miss
lllll ll. I l ii- thi ll Hel. eti .1 I., ,, .:i . jH !o l' lejll
ut licit ii. e. in.,;. ICs. U' sea, i, inr' Li,ds oi te.cliing up
tlmUiaj hy oceuj led llie leinaliuli r o! the :.l IcrinK ii.
'I he f..lli,Mii,i; topics weie assigned to ! de.ll Willi
itt next ii:eetini : Algebra, Arithmetic, i ,eo;rii hy, Ks
sy, A. M. ; Hejdini;, lieD(;raphy. In.trileiiiii,n upu
the lleliotelu.", J'. M. Adjourned to nnut in two
Ill Siiii' ji.v, Seerelaiy.
Sisni nv, Match lHih, IhTi'i.
Pkofitakle Seek. Iu the Amkiih an Stuck
JolHNAL for April we notice an account of the
Chester County Mammoth Corn which yields
such large crops. Any person can get a sample
and prices, also sample copy of the American
Stock Jot iiNAL, (f 1 a year,) by sending six
cents to Potts Brothers, Parkeisbarg, Chester
county, Pa., and asking for them. Two hun
dred btish'-ls of corn to the acre is not produced
by ail seed.
Death of Josepu Bkioiit. Mr. Joseph Bright
of this place who had been confined to the houso
for over a year from that dreaded deseasc con
sumption, died on Tuesd iy night. lie was for
merly an engineer on the P. E. R. R., and was
au excellent mechanic and by his exemplary
character gained the esteem and friendship of
all the employees on the road, lie was about
forty years of age.
On Tuesday morning, W. A. Fisher, proprie
tor of the Miuei va restaurant iu this place, mil
greatly surprised en going to his .table and find
ing a fine colt by the side of his marc 'Kitty."
The ago of the mare (about "5 years) and posi
tively not knowing that sue was with foal, ii
sufficient reason to justify Mr. Fisher's great
astonishment. The colt was right smart until
Wednesday evening; when it became sick from
sonic cause and died during the night. A great
many persons had called to sec the centennial
visitor during the day, and it became much wor
ried and being yet weak probably died from ex
haustion. IVtittontvKii liecord.
ScitiivNEK roil Ai-itti.. The history nnd char
acteristics of Yale College are sketched by Prof.
Beers quite fully in the leading article of Serib
ner for April ; and the illustrations, over thirty
iu number, cover a good deal of ground. Among
the pictures are 'Planting the Ivy,' portraits of
Governor Yale, President Woolscy and Porter,
and Dr. Bacon, 'The College Fence,' plnn of the
College Grounds, 'Going to Prayers iu the Olden
Time,1 'Coming from Prayers,' 'Ilanuibal,' 'A
Student's Room,' 'Presentation Day,' and 'Prof.
Weir's Studio.' The various buildings, new and
old, are also given. A curious question is asked
in another illustrated paper, namely : "Is there
a Subterraen Outlet to the Upper Like Region '
The fourth paper of Clarence Cook's series on
furniture, relates to mantel-pieces, corner cup
boards, banging shelves, etc., and is illustrated.
as usual. In 'Poe, Irving and Hawthorne," a
corny arative estimate of these authors by Geo.
P. Lathrop, some hitherto unpublished details
appear with regard to the ancestry and life of
Hawthorne. The 'History of a Critic,' is the
remarkable career of the late Jules Janin, by
'Gamma.' the Paris Correspon Jent of the New
Orleans 'Picayune.' Two brief papers in this
number are of special interest, namely, a revised
translation of the 'Dies Ira',' by General Dix ;
nnd a hitherto unpublished letter by Minister
Everett to John Qumcy Adams, proposing, iu
effect, that Spain should mot tgage Cuba to the
I uited States, aud thus settle a vexed question
for nt least a hundred years. Of 'Gabriel Con
roy' Ihere are five chapters, certainly not lacking
in incinent or interest ; and Edward Everett
Hale's 'Philip Nolan's Friends' continues mi
ller the chnpter heads of 'Life on the Brassos,'
tnd 'Rumors of Wars, Revolutionary Letters
Spring,' by John Aunoiighs, -The Astor Fami
ly in New Pork, and poems bv oohn G. Saxe
and fithers, rompleie the list ol" prose contribu
tions. Among other 'Topics' Dr. Holland discusses
Revivals and Evangelists,' and the Old Cabinet
contains brief essays ou Geo. Washington, Bible
Reading, etc. Iu the other Editorial depart
ments, Mr. P. T. Coiinn continues his sugges
tions as to the management of small places, a
number of receipts are given for Centennial
Cookery, Emerson's last book is noticed, and
new inventions and iiietho'ls arc recorded. The
met ric system is adopted for measurements in
llie World s Work this mouth, feet and niches
being given in brackets. Bric-a-lirac contains
;iu an'. In i. tie account of llie origin, ri-eaud pro
gress in Amciica of the famous boic-car poetry
of the period, accompanied by the music to
winch the song was ur.-t snug.
Haui-ek's Magazine run At-itii., lsTU. Ifirn-
er't Mntjn:iuf for April, with eighty fi-.c illu-tia-
tiotis, contains a rich variety of matter, suited
lo all elasc of readers.
The end of the Second Book of '-Daniel Du
ron. la." George Eliot's new novel, is given in
this Number. Iu these chapters tin' hero of the
story appears, and the master'' sketches of his
youthful career are ever more beautiful than tilt-
pictures ptcvirously given of the "spoiled chi.d,"
Julian Hawthorne's "Garth"' is continued,
Hid few leadeis can resist the peculiar lascin.i-
tions of this r. mark able novel.
Astoiyof considerable length, entitled 'Old
G irdiston. is cont i ih. in . I by ( oiistuncc rein
more Woolson. It is a Soul hern story, and its
diameters are slronglv drawn. Three excellent
holt stories are tout i ibutetl by Arthur Hastings,
Amu ('. Siv.iZ 'V, uu.l ar 11. Iligliam.
li 'iisoii J. Los-mg s opening attiele on " 1 he
oiiiani f the 1 1 lid-. in,'' beaut ilu.lv iliustral-
1, i- not contiuci! to Kevoliilioti.iry events, b it
deals also with !ig!d.-r legeii Is ul. matters of
literary intere-t. Among the il. nitrations is one
of the interior of Madame Jum-l's mansion.
Iii view of the Centennial Ex posit ion, soon lo
be (.pi ned in Philadelphia, Mrs. K'.hecc.i Mar ling
Davis's exceedingly entertaining paper on --ijld
Philadelphia" will be re id .-very win re with the
gteatest interest. This paper, which is piolii-e-lv
ill list ' a' -ii, relates c.itirilyto :h' Social life
Hid customs of Aiite revolutionaty Philadelphi
a's. A second paper w ill loiiow, treating ol tin:
Revolutionary pel io.l.
I loic-sor seiituie! I.ockwood s second paper on
The Microscope," amply ill.islrate I. pr. -ent.
some very cuiioiis results of microscopic investi
gation. 'l lie "First Century" paper this month, devot
1 to "Progre-s of the Fin Arts,'' is couti ilmle I
by S. S. Cotiant, and i- bins, i a;.-I w it'a sittccu
loitraits, beginning with that ol r.uii Ib vere, of
Ki vol in ionai V fame an I ei.dilig with that of
John F. Kciisctl.
Dr S.iinuel ('sg I coul i ibules, in his i , irac-
teristic style illustrated papci on "St. J..lin-
laiiil, a beautiful cli.u ny eoneeivcd ea:S ago
bv the Rev. I Jr. M ulileiib.r.g, and now in success
A homely article, fu.I ol practical and nnpoit-
aiit suggestions. :h cut i itnitcl by lr. Koin il
Tombs, entitled "At, before, and alter Meal.."1
Wil.iarn K. 11 or gives, in a short ariich-. a
very inti-resliiiL account of th- famous " I ui p
Mania," early in the seventeenth (eniiiiy.
The poetry of the Number is contributed by
Rose Teny Cooke, Lord Houghton, Cclia ThaX
ter. and A. V.
The Editor's Easy Chair ; a a timely and ap
propriate tribute to Thomas Paine, a- I lie author
of -Common Sense," ami ileVi tcs coii.-i lerubir
space to Household Art.
Win;: Awake nut Arnii,, l-Tii. -W ide Awake
for April is t iiiniciillv pictorial. Th- manage
ment of thi- mag z.ue s.etn to und-i si and one
important point, viz i the bu.k nl la- and girls
are att:-..elel by lair, lug-, open pictures; al
though I her-ate plenty of cugiaiiugs in tins
very n .in'na noiieeabV ir lincin -s ol detail for
nldcr taste-. The ii u-I i at iiei of "(io.d Lucks"
Dream ol j'ussie-Wiiiow," a ih light 1 nl poem by
(lira Doty Bat s, i- a cl.ai iii.ng de-.g i by Mrs.
I'ni.ev. a si-l. r ol liie p. el. "The Fate of a
Facci Maker" is another capital po-in capi.i.y
llll-llated; bolhol I e-e j Ill . Willi t he 1 1 pi'-
I tilt ale to be special V colli ill' II le t I ir ot Igri u i -ii
v ill thought an I ti.iiv!iil:i' ! c . --sio.i .
'1 lie "Bell iviiig" paper i:i this ii .in'ier i- worth
the pii I the a:'- ti !..-ci pi :", l.i Ii is
only .Mm p.-r nnn iui. I). Lotniop it Co.,
l'( i: the Am; kic.-.n.
GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS OF
Al l. I S i A.
1. Tin: Fa ?. i k i y ot ni hy is ngr. c.ib.y .;i
VeiKiiiel by In. I an i Valleys. 'I in' .s model
al.iy leilile. I lios l.iiii.ei who uiniist.nd
and atletid to th il In. sines- inal,.- pa ing ( tops
d licit, coi n, oats ail Veg ( inl-s. Mulct
gardening, owing lo o. ir vleinuy to your i n - i-
lent city, is engaging 1 1. e al Ienl am ol quiie a
i, noil i r ol lamii.es.
g. tiri: FAUMIxo class. (Pi .l.eii- our bigu
w a s. observe I he goo I Icuc s, .gates, bars, llie
dwe li:gs, bams, oul IniUs.-s ; the real oicliai a-,
wcl, cullivitled liel-ls and plolnlslng gra n ; (lieu
look at that Inokeii fence and gale, the delapl
.1 iled dwelling, barn and binning implement s,
the sqiialiul ooks of llie slock, the pig-, an I
emaciated children and judtre for yonrscil.
;;. Mountain. We own the south side ot
4. The i.-iiu. h anna river i.- for a lew mil. -our
Wcstel u 'in. in . ni V.
o. The 1.1 11 la. MIAMn KIM cr ek rises in 1 1 ' h
Valley, and as it pursues .t- wi'.dnig ionise
t Ilioiigli t In- to a ns aip, I in i' i-In s wati r io a i r bu'
I lunkci bi I'g.l s. li.oolll's. Emeriek's, S.'iipni all's
II twke's and Weilzel's flouring mills.
' I'M M Cin i k ri.-es in SliaiiioU.n township and
empties into Little SI. I'lioMu at VVeitZels Point,
on its Wat. -is ale I'm in ,n's gri-t anl saw mill
and Savage's sa w mi t .
"lln I. hni in N liirns !!eH'iie:"s. Wei-ei-, 1 i . t -lick's
and Si yih i's -aw mi.U and l-W .t gi st
('ii BiiYl.K s IU n. near th" M ihoi.oy uioiin
taing are Snviler's m';-t mill and an ancient saw
ti. TlIK OMMi:iH III, IMfi.llUM r. coiisi-t-.
piiuc p aliy, iii our shipm ut- to your cdv and
Oilier .11 t - , I if Chili ee VegCl ab,e CiTCil 11 '111 1 1 . 1 1 T V
plH.lllels. iu cxebaiige b i jour gieenl in ks,
lilerchaii Ii.- and stiiu ul a ill s.
T. Jls I'v'ilu-al Jitif tiliiiu:: is overw heiniiiig.
It enables tin: puily 'Ring-" to giap and relain
tbetllicial spoils of the cotiuly by its heavy
ilemoci at ic inajot ities. 'I lie population in so iu
lensly Democrat ir that snow melts so sunn aller
il talis that sleighs and bells are no more of use.
P. S. The ineicury has fallen -d tl.-g. mire
the New Hampshire election,
7. y.Voiiou. llie Lut Iiei ns, Refoi uiK I, .Metliol
isls, It.piists, I'i'chbyleriatis, Evangelicals and
lln lliicn have nil places ot woiehip. Many ol
ll.ese ale alleuiieil by lair congregations, when
llie weather is not too cold too hot or too stormy;
aud a pail ol the membership are lliocght, in
jinlgiiioiit vf charily, to be putty goo 1 chris
tians. How many of these professors shall enter the
church tiiumphant (
"AV jitdtcuti', vt 1101 jitlr'ctniitc.''J
Post Oii'icks. We have lour, thanas to
I'ncle Sam, Augusta, Fisher's Ferry, Seven
Points and Mile Kim.
The schools have been generally engineered
through the live months' term by living male
teachers. The Centre school, now under the i lli
cieiit management of Miss Patterson, of Milton,
may lie known iu hi-tory as the place w here the
late County Siipciiulciidenl, the piescnl incum
bent, and the Kegislt r aud Recorder received
their primary education. Who knows hut that
statesmen, divines and philosopher may vet
Mt. Caumcj., March 27, 1876.
Mestri. Editort American : -
. JSTothc.i.nscwe have
very important news, but because we waut this
end of the county represented in (ho American, I
venture to give you u few items.
The works have resumed uow pretty generally
iu this section, and we trust they will continue.
Last week the men at the Stuartville colliery,
misunderstanding the e ouditlous under which
they were to resume, hesilated for a day hut
uflerwards started in ou last year's terms.
A man named Joliu Brilt was hurt there on
the very first day by a Tall of the top while
fastening u prop. His wouuds, however, are
On Wednesday of last week the grammar
school closed, and on Thursday the high school,
bolh with very interesting and creditable exer
cises, which were largely attendetl. The tiiuo
was only six months owing to the scarcity of
inotiey as a result of the suspension.
Mrs. Kiley, whose houso was burned down
here short time ago, had botn the building aud
Parties, which report says are cxcclleut ones,
are being held nt short intervals about town,
and all goes merry as a marriage bell.
Business seems lo.be reviving uuder the geuial
effect of resumption, aud pretty soon we hope to
have the same brisk little borough we had be
fore the suspension.
Mr. Elijah White succeeds J. Elliot Ross as
reporter of the Shatnokin Herald from this
place, and we wish him a pleasant time. He is
a youg man of ackuowlede-ed nbilitv. and will.
uo doubt, give satisfaction.
Prof. Reitmeyer, who was absent from town
on account of illness, has again returned hale
and h'-arty aud as genial as ever.
Trustibg present prospects of a good summer
may not again be over-shadowed with the nim
bus cloud of suspension, I am,
March '.'7th, 1S76. J
i i. Editor :
In transmititig my probably last
report to you for publication, I regret that the
time has come w hen we must say adieu. Tne
shoit sojournment o! this society, as a delibera
tive body, though yet higher in its aim than
miiniciy, the mutual improvement of its mem
bership has been a source of great Improvement
as well as pleasure to the listener as well as par
taker, nnd we only hope the day lo which it bus
adjourned may then not be forgotten by those
enthusiast, whose voice was the organization,
ami may al that day awaken the same z-al
manifested now. True this society had its
gloomy obstacle pre exhibited, with w hich it
had to contend from time to time. The journal,
with its host of ready contributors and zealous
editor, was at limes rigid In accusing the guilty
wrongs with which our little town has at times
to contend with ; but we hope its endeavors were
all for the good ; for to this we can only add,
we hope the day is not far distant when this
town may be blessed with a journal mightier
than it, which may brir.g about the required
refoi in.. t ion . The last lineiing was w ell at
tended, and was called by p-csideiit Will, who
appointed F. A. Lalir as critic, alter which the
choir sang "O Jesuswhcn my heart is sad," in a
very comiiii-ndabie manlier, after which minutes
of previous nieelmg weie read and approved,
roll called and absentees noted. The neXl in
oilier was icgular debate, when the question,
"Resolved, That t be flatterer is a more perni
cious character than the slanderer," was taken
up and abiy sustained, on allii in alie. ley Messrs
Laiir, Showers an.) ivniss, ami on the negative
by Mi ssis. Israel, Kauil'iiian and Zei ling, the
Chairman and judges sustaining the aiguineiits
ol the affirmative. General debate was silent,
when the choir sang "1 hear tlieaugels calling,"
tiller which the referred questions were taken
up and ansRcred Verj' satisfactorily. The ladies
did well. A selection in (1 rni.iii was read by
Mr. I.ahr which was good, and was followed by
proc and poetry, in English, by Messrs. K nitl
Uian, Kniss ami Showers, w bieh was Weil ren
dered. Next Mi-s Annie Cobb sang a -'solo,''
assirled at the or-.:u by Mr. Lahr, and iu the
cboiusby hoir, which was also well rendered,
especially; on th- part of M.ss Cobb. In new
business il Was '-Resolved, That a Vole of
thanks be exit tided lo the editors of the American
and llrtnocrat through the Corresponding Secre
tary, for so faithfully and piou.pliv publishing
the pioceeilii gs o! the soeieiy." Next came the
n ailing of the journal, which was appreciated
by ail. Tin-coi respotideni'c coiisi.-tc I of about
ten or twelve couti ibii.ious on various subjei t-.
It appealed that old Duiubkeep had set his
whole house to eoirespon ling, for there appear
ed signatures of .Mrs. Sr. and Jr. Dinubkcfp.
1 he Dilinbkeep's are au alert I iiui.y. Next the
choir sang a very appropriate piece entitled,
"Good night," when the critic reported. The
society, on mm ion, adjourned lo inel liist Tues
day iu October next.
L. W. Shhw-:r,
Corre-pouding S -e'y.
FisilKKS Fr.llllY, March IS. ISTf).
.I.-. l')lilr : Our place b is cn i piise in it
according to "Mountain Rill's" account in the j
JeM"crnt of Ibis week, bill we c.iniioi rai-e pmk- i
eis tlial will weigh 7"4 lbs. as Mr. G nil's did iu
your neighborhood. This "Mom, lain Bill" lias j
given a rt. st i iptnui ol ilu- doings i f our pi. h i (
aboal some people attending to bii'm. -s of
oilier-. Tills ".Moiinluin B ii" i- known by ;
ipnle anotiicr iiaulc here, liiouli he docs in t t-x- j
peel he is known by his original name, ai l it is
n. so km. w it that In' is ino-iij le-p iii-ibie for the ,
nmv i i-ting trouble, as be is tin- main puny, j
V.'e ale nil illli-Ie-ii d iii Ihls t till Hills' lvc-. In! i
we know wlmi toil l ie truth is mighty and ,
ui isl prevail. "Billy Mountain," or "Mountain ;
Biiiv" s j Mr. A. iion Hroetous lias leased a
hoii-e f: o,a Mr. ."-iniul R-:'z f.-ra -o..p f.loiv
ati'l i1. 1 ii-Is making snap by whose- ile, wiiv i,oi
ll this tl.ri.v wi.ik conliuue-, Ali.r- Wo.i l .1
be liec.le I W ol sc. ll m;y .;., 1 1 .laV II jt Ii- j
correct ab ut tile large .miu'i-r o! I: mds m-e led : 1
lull said "Mountain B-.l,"we tin id stand, has
been employed by Ml. Ii. to go a round e.iiii i .
dog I'll rt to cn i t t soap grease. "M ml lit n in llili"
is i sharper, and if Al''. B. dors no' '.f ilch li'nu, ,
he ma-, he s'.- in lie I out of his j. roll's as w as Mi . .
i; ibiit. i
liii.i.Y i:..' v 1
lruti;t ii'iuf"r t inciil. :
W hen '.in- pltv-i 'ul i i rgies a tiveit a kd "i ;
ti ig laioiigh w. ikin'-s or il;-ea.-e, tin y need '
piompt leiiiforcetn-i.t. R ie -cd vigo; 1- m -t ;
sp. clilv s.ipj .i 1 lli mug :i ill- medium of a ton':- !
sliiiiu' ni;, and among iiied'a-'.nal rrsotirecs el I
Ih .t ( la.-i. llosl-Ilci ' Si iiil.icli Hitters a--
siirtdly deserve a pre-cm,l:'. nt place. W"eak:i"-s, !
whether iMii-t i! ui iona! or arising from li-c.c or
over fatigue, ciniio! be b-tt-r eotiip-ns it - I fur :
than by a re-ut lo this prune strengthening j
Coldi.ll. Till' enfeebled i II V u . id , t i It- C '1 11 V a it seen 1
and I Ii" aged and intiiin Iin 1 lli.il It is an ini!:i;i-
mg so. iree of vigor au I e-uilorl. lis c :u !
tonic and ail.-r n ive pi open ies also roustitni - i!
an InVa'ua'ile real.' Iv for illdlgi-lio-i, w.- iKri. --
of t ii.. in gins nl oi in i-.ioii e in-lip it ion, toijiii- i
IV ol llie liver, and tnauy other irivgul iiit'n.s
and di-abilit ie., ami len ler it au invaluable pi'.i
tcelion against in alaii a, as well as disorders of
ih- stomach ami bowels. I
( i.iimvii mil .-a'.is 1. 1 Imii! s. slim 'S an! Iiiii.I.
at U.S. Fin 'iinni, ''tfiinliiiry Mine More," (1
iinni e-t 'inl a lliulel 's lini slure. In orili r
tu make ii nni fur spring uinl tiiinnn r cmuSs,
will close out my entire slm-l; of lull ami u inter
!,'..il- ill il reiiiieti'iii '-f l't tu 1") per n-nt. fur
easli iinlil April 1 -l . Call at oiuv nn ! srenre
lioot.-, sli .es an. I rtiMit-i ut asloiii-lii:: low
price. Nu lii'tilile to sliovv oo-ls.
V. S. FruM.iN, 1'r ip'r.
tfiinliiiry !sioe Store.
An vis tu i in: Fuusr. Wni. II. Miller li is
uirain taken li.ial of the F..cj!.-!ir 1! nit mi l Shoe
M.ne, iiinl vili In- liuppy in wait nn all ins old
cii-l'iineis as well as new ones that will favor
him. I wi'l sell at the lowest possible prices for
cash, li.ivim; just i;i.t a i.i w- supply of fie-h
j;iiiks ot the lie-t inaiiiifuelories, am! wish it
nii'l' istoiil that I will not be tunlci-nld. i'jt
secures li.iru.iins. Cull an. I ne me. No rliur'e
to show eoojs. New l'ooiIs receiveil every few
W. 11. Mll.l.KK,
1'ii p'r Kxei'lsinr Hoot anil Shoe Store.
"Mesi. IIika'k Waikiis fc Suss liavi; minle
iiiiprovenieiin in pianos which were ronsiilered
pretty nearly perfect before. If y the Use cf n
new scale iinil treble, ainl by iiiiiUiiii; their pi
anos siii,irv-tf riiinl, they Iihto secnreil the best
Vne, the best shape, anil the lowest price nt the
same time. They warrant ull their instrument
for six tears, ami give most liberal facilities to
those who wish to pay in installments." Ex
amine r an l I'hrvnlclt, X. Y.
Nil ii bury High School.
llKPOr.TEl) BY W. M. BOAL.
The iuilow'ii:g ia a report of the standing of
memlHT of the hi-h Hohool, for the week eudnii',
rEUALEH. I MALKS.
Cli-ora Heiiiieiisiiyder. . HI) Kdilic Bncher
Iiura sjdiueider Jou 'A nlton lthoails
Annie Schall'er ,
Jciiuit' V. MiilK
M::j,;ie I). Milllioiisv
lU.sa ZeOilttinoyer. . .
Klla Kline ,
U7 Eddie Ucsrhart
81 John Ilarrison
78 lleo. Smith
92 'Juas. CoOcr
i Ambrose Hill
90! Murtin Ib liitricks
5g iieo. Wilver
62 lieo. Kcnu
' Marry lliutcr
12 Win, limner
76 Saul. Uowser.....
32; Wni. Fetter.,
5t ChiS. Seasiioltz
52; Albert Seashultz
32 John Bourne
Minnie Watkins 4'J ; Oscar Ileiin...
A. J. Stkou informs the public that he still
hangs oul his sign ns an auctioneer, on Market
street, Sunbury. Those having sales will And it
to their advantage to employ him, as lie gener
ally gets good prices. 2raos.
O r Tf) C ( Per D-iy at home. Samples worth 1 frea"
V'J Htiksok k Co., Portlaud, Maine.
ALuroh IU, 1376. ly.
Siicet Mi'sic. A largu assortment for sale
at the periodical stand in the postofflct.
EKKOKS OF aOITII.
AfiENTLEMAN who sutfered for years from
Nervous Debility. Premature Decay, and
all the effects of youthful indiscretion will, for
the sake of suffering humanity, scud free to all
who need it, the recipe and direction for making
the simple remedy by which he was cured. Suf
fereis wishing to profit by the advertiser's ex
perience can do so by addressing in perfect con
lidence. JOHN B. (KU)EN, Ai Cedar St., New York.
Dec. 17. lSTii.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy Belief for Young Men from the effects
of Errors and Abuses in early life. Manhood
restorep. Impediments to Marriage removed.
New method ol treatment. New and remarka
ble remedies. Books and Circulars sent free,
in sealed envelnpcr. Address, HOWARD AS
SOCIATION, 41! N. Ninth SI., Philadelphia,
Pa., nn Institution having a high reputation for
honorable conduct and professional skill.
May dS, 1ST... ly.
TO COXeil JIS'TIVKS.
The advertiser, hasing been permanently cured
nf that dread disease Consumption, by a sim
ple remedy, is anxious to make known to his
fellow sufferers the ir cans of cure. To all who
desire it. be will send a Copy of the presciiptiou
used, (free of charge), with the directions for
prep irmg and using the Siime, which they will
Uiid a sure Cure for Consumption, Asthma,
Parties wishing the prescription will 'please
address. R-v. K. A. WILSON,
l'.H Peiin Si., Williamsburg!), New Yoik.
Dec. 17. 1 7.-.
(in Sunday evening, the -Jfith int., at the Rc
formed parsonage, Sunbury. by Rev. C. S. tier
hard, Mr. W i t.i.i am Sc:titNK,of Sunbury, acd
Miss. Anna Newiiai:i. of Danville. Pa.
At ilernd on tin- 17th in-st.,nf scarlet fever,
MKDA Al't IIMU I V, ii-ed 'J y.-ars.
In tin- same jdnre, on llie lSih in-t.,of scarlet
fever, CIIAI'.LKS (i.MIMAN, aired S year.
In the siime place on the lSlh hist., of senrlct
fever, a child of .h-olaln Zi'i;ler, ned ten
At Il. rndoii, on the 21. -t in-t.. f Scarlet fever
and mump. (iKOKtilC, son of Elias and Emma
SI - It IKY 5S A It H I'.TS.
!rnt rt, Miirch 3.). 1ST0.
(hniN-Wheat per tiushel l.:;.Vn 1.40
" jiriine while l.oUf.il.;;5
" live per l.ush T.ifu.SO
" Corn " f..'i67(
" Oats " a.vi,..0
Ft.ofi: Kxtra Family pr hid 7.5nf'i.S.0()
1-' 1.1:11 ' 01 n .V Oats Chop pr UHI lb l.Hd
Shorts ,: Mixture l.OfAl.T."!
I'oTiT'iKS. tc per bushel i)(ti.0
Provision Ham per lb liltodl)
Shoulder ir lb UH
Bacon pr lb lU(d,IS
Ih ef. retail pr Ih 14m 14
Veal, do do 10(5,10
llricd Heef pr lb ZUfii'M
I'm I.TiiY 'hit-kens, dressed pr ih l-'iiilii
).i. live w.'i,'ht '. Ofd. 10
Hi TTKi: Prime per lb llo'd llS
K.t.oH-.i'er dozen lsfii'JO
TTIIS PATER IS OV FILE WITH 1
" .TZ&tt-tecsnr- cr-vKd !. i
VVIinro Advettlslii" ontructa can be inula,
"TOTII'I'" is hen-be srivett that an applicn i.ni
will be ma'!- to the lion Wil-iam V. Ii M-k-eleller,
I'resldeiit .In liie of Northnmberinn 1
eo'ini v, mi S-iiui I iy, the I dav of April, 1S7",
at lllii'i M.ek a. 111., lor the :iie.ir'nralion of the
Nnri li 'i 11 1 h" rl. 1 - nl en 11 1 v ti.ir A -soci.it 1011, a cor
pei ,-,ic 11 !u be ureauz .1 fir l!.e purpose of pui
el: i.-ii.' a Law Library for the use of it nicin
lii i Mid 1 ii.iMi who ni.iy In r n Iter heeomi niem
hers. .-.ii ! of :nai;:iai'iinu a suitable room fot the
-.line at S 'inl'iirv, i'l the il 1 count V.
V, V. C. I. WVSoN,
.1. K. CLEMENT.
S. P. WoLVF.ll'l ON.
W. II. M. OKA V,
;. w. i: von.
S-niVirv. Mai. 'i ".n. H'."e, tor.
THE LOST CAUSE.
VM ViN'll'If EVP Picture 1H13 inches in
size, pi inted on heavy plate paper, beauti
ful in design and aril-lie in execution. It repre
si'ii's a Cout'edi r it'- Soldier after the wtr retnru-
iti' lo Id- boine. vv!;ich he linds I 'in'Iv and ilcso- ,
late, n front nf the ruined otta";". I c ! 1 in ir
sad t. lie of tin- mi-cries of war. are two graves
witn r.i h- cru-se. on one of w hieh some Iri-ndly
hand has hum; a ir.i iliin .1 . To tin- riuht the j
e.ilni river nnd lln; lisin; moon iudiealc peace
ntilrc-t. Tin--tat seen through the trees, ie- :
present the So'illii in Cio-s. I; is a picture that
Hi!', to'ich every Southern heart and should find
a place in every Southern home. Sent by mail
mounted nn 1 roller an I po-t-paid oil receipt of
'.'."1 t-.-nt-', or for ''! c uts.
A nl i s- .ioli.N lil hllOU- ,t CO.. Pub's.
l-il 'Alc!,i s w.iuttd everya here to neil our;
eh-apan l popular pictures. $." t 1 $10 per day
easilv inade. No inoiu-y reipiired until pictures I
are soi l. Send stamp for eata'o.'iie and ternn
March I'.l It.
PI I r(S . aaT-T-TT
Til PQ Mh A
w u m m mm w a
r'-'f RlUADll! !ii?
Si? " p -vj: :fs'
-' -'.rr v - -. rr-wimn institute F
Admits io - '::- ...
.t c a v PHiiii- r rrtf!
' j; ,:;.i:r r . i i . LK
V V PlllliS' 'ffV FOR '''glT
' V MfCCO ..j'H F F ,PU"
11 I 'I' i. . a t 3 " I - . IS.
riL i jnr inia -r.jVrr m
COHANSEY GLASS MFGCO.
MFR'SWINDOV GIASS.B0TTLES &C
PHU IDC t P H I A
March 31. It.
SONGS AND QUARTETS.
Oue Hundred Years Ago. Song k Clio. By Hays. 33c.
due hundred Years Alio. Quartet for Male Voice. 10c.
MnrchiDR'Neath our Starry Flag. M. ft C'ho. Glover. 3Uc.
Lot the Hills aud Viilea Rosouud. Qt. Mixed V. 12c.
Scatter Sweet f'lowerHo'or her OraTO. limits. 30c.
Weep o'er tiic (irr.ves of tli loved ours. Dauks. 30e.
Memorial Flowers. Ballad Mendelsohn. 3UC
Seutter Hweet Flowers. Trio for Female Voices. 30c.
Wcei o'er the Graven. Trio lor F'eniale Voices.
Hamilton' New Method. Price, 75 cents each.
Sedgwick's Perfect Method for the Cornet 7.V.
Sedgwick's Complete Method l ;o
SeJewicVa rerfect Method for German Accordion. 75c.
hedjfwick's Complete Method ji so
Sedijwiek'a perfect Method for French Acco'rdioli. 78c.
bedgwick'a Cumidete Method $i 50
Setlgwiclt'a Parfect Method for Gerinua Concertina. 73e.
Sedgwick's Complnte Mtlliud ji 50
Published by J. L. PETERS, New-York,
M.1 BnoADWAT, P. O. Box 103 Stanton P,
and mail, post-paid, on receipt of the marked price.
March 31, lm.
X EXPERIENCE of nearly THIRTY Yearn in the
XI Flower and Vegetable Seed hnsiiie baa cniiviiicrd
ua that thnre are but TWO KINDS OP SEED
In tbe world, viz: those that will, and tbrwe that will
not (row. The former are prio lesn tha latter worth
lew. The aale or utterance wortbleas Seed, through
cupidity or lack of biwinesH ataning, raises nail havoc
with the business of legitimate Seedsmen. For nearly
thirty years pant we have made the growth aud procure
ment of NONE BUT GOOD SEED a atu.iv,
until we are pruud to aay, fureiu or native need grow
ers from whom we procure auch of our auppliea aa we
do not raise upon our own farmn, never think of ontr
iiiff u any but lirar-claa seeili. To Ihis ou point we
attribute our Miceeiw, and the universal verdict of the
I'reitu and Pe.11 le ia that Seed procurud ol Briga Bro
ther will grow.
To tfive cuatomara the beoefi; of ur own actual x
perience;.. wr i,,e ,u ILLUSTKATED Quarter
ly FLOKAL WOHK. whieii :a sent to any id.lns
prepaid for tlie mere nominal aul vcriptiou price of '25
ceuia, which .-.rauunt i rei laced to the credit of the
ciMtomrr ou receipt of an crdcr ioi-11 or upward worth
of Seed. We "end no seed that tc have not lirst tented
therefor it : perfectly aafe to buy auch aa we recom
mend. Our J inti iry X tier contain several hundied
Lngraviuca and inilcii itsaalul informal 1011 to tiie anle
teur or professional gardener, will be out about Dec.
15rh. Send for it.
:f"Iecri.tive Price lists. Circulars, ic, acnt free
bv mail on application.
BRIGGS & BRO.,
March 111 Iw. '
I'. S. IXTKK.AI. KKVKXl'K,
May I, 1S7, to April 3, 1S77.
The Revised Statutes of the United S'at.is.
Section ;i-j:;7, 3d:iS, and Ui:;.), reiiuire ev rv
peisoii en";ii"red in any business, avocation, or
employment which render him liable to a SPE
H A I. TAX. TO l'KO I ICK A l .A E
4SII I Oi SI.Y l Ills I.SI 4IU
I.IMIMKNT Oil I'L U I. OK III SI
. F.SS a ST A MP denoting tho p.ivieeiit of said
SPKCIAI. TAX for the rjK,--i:il Tax Year, he
einniinr May 1. lS7ii, l fore coiniiienein or con
tiniiinir business after April HO, IS71;.
THE TAXES EMHr,CF.r WITIIIX THE
PIVislt.. OF THE LAW ABOVE
V.rOTKD AKE THE FOLLOW
Ileiiler, relllil liquor
Dealers, wholesale liipior
dealers in malt iiiiiurs. w liolesaie
Dealers iu malt Injiiois. relaii
Dealers in leal tobacco
Ketail deaieis in leaf tobacco
And on sale" of over l.tluO, nfty cents
lor every doi'.ar in teej lo 1 1,000,
Dealers in 111. inn faetuied tobacco
Ma 11 11 fuel 11 res of hi tils
And for e.ieli still ninim l.ielured
And for eaeu wonu. manufactured
Manufactures of tobacco
Manufactures of cigars
Peddler of tobacco, first class (more
than two horses or other annuals
Peddlers of ii.lmceo, seenii. I class (two
horse or other 'inininls)
Peddlers of tobacco, third class (one
horse or oilier animal)
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth class (on
foot or public coiivevauei.
Brewers of less than 5-HI baircls
Biewt rs of 500 barreis or more
2 t 00
Any person, so iiabie, w ho shall fail lo corn
ply with the forfiioine; leiiuireiiients will be sub
ject to severe H tialtie.
I'erst r.s or li. ms liable to pay any of the Special
Taxes liiiined above uiiisl apply lo . J. Brllller,
Collector of Internal Revenue at Sunhury, Pa.,
and pay tin-and procure the Special Tax Stamp
or Stamps 1 hey ii.-c !, prior to Mav 1, 1h7G, and
U ITIltH T FL'ItTlil'.Ii NOTICE. "
D. I). PK H T.
I'v.iDiiUfiuifr vf Internal Ittrtnut.
t'liu'E of 1nt;:uai. Kkveni e.
Aamii tii'iN. D. '., i ehmary 1, l-iTG.
S..nli'.u, M.ach 24, li70 It.
LSI' i.eeived and for sale l.y CADWALLA
flKII, Tuberoses, (riadimas. Ciucuses, Farm,
id. 11 nn.l Flower Seei's ot 11 1 Uinds. iu iimi
ics lo suit j 11 1 chasers. .'ali and net a ll'ii.il
Nl) J.e. :.: i. I". KiUVKI.r. .V CO., X York, fir'
P--.m; h! t of l'1 i .' s, isintainin i sis of 3t! neus- f
1 ..; l is, aim cs -ji.iu-s sMowiiiy cast ol adveriism.
.!'! ';:. lv.
ciKiin; n.owi r. si :i:ns wit ;
I !.iivi:i:!;i!i i,Bs,
.Ii;-.' iic-ivial nt Ille Prai: Sfmv of j
C. 22. MARTIN & CO.. j
:t ;isr.jE:iit!.t of J:ile5 Vicks a uJ Cli tsc i
I'lourr and Vegetable ?ieeI,
AN'n ( ii'tite i.t t Floiiiti; Hi.iciiith-,
Tn.)ensis. ia lit Ins. CnwuH, Ttiiip, I
I;v of V;iH'V, t-. !
W II ALE OIL
fur ile-ti.iv in insects on flimts, Trees and Rose
bushes. '-tt.iwnir insects on f
-iiiibury, V:irc-!i 10, lTii.
in I i, i i.K-it i.mj i.ta
11 O H ii
Sinine; l'ot l;..-s. ..e. !.ie .. r liiiiie'.ii :'e fla.'. ri a ar.
f "ll s.ileiv i v ru il, i s j ai, 1. I'i.e si l.-li-.lr-l v. I let :ra i
all la's-l.-J. $i.-ie, I i i'i. f J,tl, P. !.. I.ee, .1... .. e,
lla ila. -a.'HI. I'm' b' Cuts I'.a'tl n t llllolall, one 111 .Iflll- '
fiivi.' i reiniiiiii I'-'i" to e .i rv lo ! ,i 's w.-rtli u: .1.- cil, i
S. i.il !..r i.ur : ev lil'II';: '!' K SI". I't'l.TI'lll., .-.let '
c';. .e-!' Irian ie: hi :i.a-.--; .-or's. are iii.- 1;: ii.'fs;
l;..s..-iiii''.v, rs in Alia" 'i-.'. . lc! the "l.ly I'll's ijl.-wn-e
Jill ell. isi-:s T.I Ml ille ilciv li."n selee iel'S. Siisl u'tl.ei '
e.,m '.n .-e l. Ail li. s 1'KK MMili!'. roNAHUt o., ;
ll'-se i'iViim .-rs. Wi st i;--ove, t'liester t.'e., Pa.
Mirch 111, 'Til. 1'it. !
Notice in lien by tiven to the pnh'ic not to '
to trust my ife, llainiah Fowler, nor sell lier '
anytliiiiir on my account, as I will be responsible
for no bills ol her contraction, after this ilate ,
March ,"-'ii, 1STD. A. C. Fowi.fu. j
March o, 3w. 1
V.HI.1CK A IIO I I I..
W. A. IliimhriKlif, Proprietor
Has been relitieil anil re-liii iiisheil lliroujjbont. !
(JotmI ntnl ample aecommoilaliotis for all. The i
bar is supplie.l with llie best liquors.
Sunbury, Jan. -S ly.
Hotel and Restaurant
Having a capneily to aeeoininoilute from thirty
to forty quests. The lnwise is well fnniislieii,
mill is one of the best locations iu Suiibnry one
block from depot. For particulars niMrcss
II. J. WALTZ,
March 17, '7t.
Eshlcmau Shirt M'f'g Co.,
806 Chcstiflit Street.
J. Albert Eshleman. John L. Hammer.
In our new aud perfected system of Shirt Cut
tint, we use no pattern. Working entirely by
Measurement and drafts we can tit a stout man
as well hi a thlu one. Had adapt the Shirt to the
mini if be be Low, llii;h, Square or Round
shouldered, Full or Flat Cheated, Corpulent or
March 24, 1S76 tf.
"N0Iwi,,!S giveu that tbe co-partner-
i heretofore existing between Dr. W.
Z'r. a I' M CPer,of Hickory Cor
ners, Lower Mahanoy township, i the practice
or medicine, was, this 20lh day or March, 1871?
dissolved by mutual consent. The botlk c
counig &c- win be scUlea by Dr j M
who wtll continue the practice of medicine at
the same place, who is authorized to collect all
moneys due and will settle all accounts against
the late firm. "
Dr. W. W. ROBINS,
Dr. J. M. COOPER,
Hickory Corners, March 24, 187& st.
Auditor' Xotire. '
In the Court of Common Pleas of Northum
The Miners' and Laborer's!
Saving Fund Association of
1'i. Fa. No. 203
Not. Term, A.
The nndersij;ned hereby gives notice that he
was appointed by the court, Auditor, to make a
report, after thirty days personal notice given to
the parties interested, distributing the proceeds
or sale, with the fuct3 and reasons upon which
said distribution is made, to be approved hy the
court as directed by the act of Assembly in such
cases made and provided ; and will meet all
parties in interest at his olliee, in the borough of
Sunbury, on Tuefdny, the 25th day of April, A.
D. 1VTG, at t) o'clock a. m.
F. K. ITILL, Auditor.
Banbury, March 24th, 1S7G 4t.
(Estate of Isaac B. Shaffer, of Lower Mahauoy
"VrC'TIC'E is hereby given that letters of ad
Xx ministration have been granted to the
'indcr?iiiued 011 tbe estate of Isaac B. Shaffer,
lale of Lower Mabanoy twp., Northumberland
County, Pa., deceased. All persoDU indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims to present
them for settlement.
JACOB SPATZ, Adm'r.
Lower Mabanoy twp., March 3, '70 Ot.
i ni? VfTO For bent chance in the world to coin
.V,-aJi.l J money. Address U
POCKET CO., Newark. X. J.
MIND HEADING, PSYCHOMANCT, FASC1XATION,
Soul Charuiiiiir, MeHineriaru, and Marriage Guide,
allowing how eit Iter sex may fascinate and ifalu the love
and affectiou of any person tbey ehooae iunUnUy, 4nu
papes. l!y mail Stci limit Co., lift! ii. "th 8:.,
PLila., Pa. mUl, 4w.
1Vr. mi II An all ..
: :sa.:,3.l Jan.i;,iST
fe B K D
Bl.Uhlsy'. gtanilaH CoCTtmber anil Cnfmi Ci Paaiaa. with
lininn.sld and aw itrm. aa4 all Taloable lanmnno.
1AROB. prica SMALL. Vi.iwr.. Deal,,, ,M lae Trleej.
peclally, arerordisll, invitn.,bsa iaiovn t. tbe Ma Fxhihilioa,
C.G. BLATCHLEY, Manuf r, 506 Commerce St.Phila.
For the Great
I MVKKS AI,
ti the close of the firxt loo years of our National In
dependence, iuclndii. an account of the coiiiinK lirand
Centennial Kxbihii ion. Toil aees, line engraTings, low
i rice, tuick sales, tx ia lenns. Send for circular.
II. W. ZlKc.Lr.n fo., r.lit Arch St., I'bila. ml 7. 4w.
the Uttt made; tbe ton, touch, workuiUHbii'fl aud
Vi: p-, 1 hut i'l. Viuia e, i iail,oii:i. c-iiiiio.
cllnl in lone r beatify. The i:i:orto Stop :ji & tint
iuiit.iTion f the iiuin.11.1 voic. WurntuleJ fur :
I'i jt-i triMPly low for c.:iIi during ibis mmth.
Monthly in-f:iil,HctifH rcorivpi?.
A lilWr.il iliscotuit to Iclifrw, .Ui'iistrr, C!irch.!t
iiiilumiHirMotii tnflf. H't'i-ir;itpl c-ita-Ittuo
Kviii. Hur.rK Watei fe Jon, 4-:i liit'inlw.fy,
Xpw York. JSC". mlT. 4 .
Pack.iCPt in the
vorM. It civ a inn
1 slin td cr, 1 rKvioi leiit Tea HoMer,
Ptirtt, -ate:it Yanl Mfusuiv, anil a ive of Jr-wrlrv.
Sin Pack.i-je, r.itb j air of rlffant liold StoMe Sltv
UiirtfiiM, j-mt paid, iV!n. 5 fir f l.t0. Thru arii:e
Itfcu exjiiajue'i by the iubb?her of tbe A mkh re x and
f oui:d mm i ei - resented wrt 11 t he mot:ey. Watches
tfiveii away to all Agents. Circnlant free
CHIDL k CO., 769 Hro:idw? Nw York. mI7f 4w.
; Kaub,Fry mier&Ertwartls,
Siiccessdra to V. DOKSEV Jt SON,
U hiiia, ;i:is unit tutfiianarr.
tild Siaiid, !:, Market St., off. new P. o. Hiila. j
Are nfferiiia great iuduceineuis to rurrliaacra of
Frflic.'i riilna Dinner aud Tea seta, h in aud deee- j
rated clioics-m yln and suj eri- r quiiii'y. Au ex-i
tensive and varied assort rnent of 4'iiainlicr sets,
tnieifcTn and durmnit.c Kl:iss:ire. fliiin ear, and en
gravrd. Our alwls haa ta-cil Careiully selected ai.d
j.urehiuie.I toreisn, enabiinu us Instil at the lowest
I cash, i ru-i a. Ksi-eoil care devoteil to our retail de
l artiiient. rtrticnlar'teniiou iriven to dr-coratkea
of cbiua and glass to order, ut I nil seta or to match
on.aeii sc:g. tuii hue ot latest stUs and best
make Silver I'lated Ware.
WORK FOU TIIE UNEMPLOYED!
Till: THI.NTI K EDITIO.V
is tiie oly iully Illustrated Edi ion of Sir Walter Scott's
At:rr:-n nu k--, nd in 'ihe Uition of the rert
T'i a;-f y 'ai.djid :aM At ? it u-r ail tiuie. The
in 'Thai: it.:! i-X'CUi i4n o: z-ie t. The 1 rice in vi the
i. -.wo.-: Agents Wanted Everywhere, to wLlbi
iiiK-r..! : ,-.i' ! - xrii.wixe -v'iivt y are -1" cf-.I.
y-t. iv- .:ir v - d" f. ;ieniithtf 4t i .. a ru!i, -:i;d
.e.i!-. Subscril.; a .nt :lid wu'u two voltiine ,;i r 'n
l i;t :.:i:;,i. Li veii T.:oiitM'ui'i:H:i'j-s 1 r.-i-
Vi'!u;.r 1.'":; Il.tli" Tu;i. ;.-, !t u, t f.'.'. v: u.s,
ii it 1: -
E. J. H L-' SOX. T'ubiishers.
M rc. i ;t, "fi.-thr. IT i it at Si!'!.:r, NrwY-uit.
,i)M).i, o: -T'L I'll Ml WIS'.:.9 t.yw
:irT-c it'UM of atiy rs)r, ih-'V rhme instant Iy. Thi
nm.)jy mental 4ciniit-in em ail an r-Sfree.riy mail
-.'i'., ir- v :i ;.i n, .r 7 ,;-f fii;l". tsfyiun Unt-
i-lf. I': -uie. Miff t. Ldir. Vp,l .iiiir-Nipat Shir!, c.
A .jun' - ihm.-L. A-! Ii. .-f 1, WiiXlA.'d k i'o. Fi. I uiia.
L0X5ACRE 4 CO.'S r!Z2T&r-L.
VLtil XlJAllfJLAJj HwuWit ui (.Ttcluf
SOUYEMR. :' SX'Srii"
GROUNDS. BUILDINGS. -Z.SX,
AND PHIL.iU)ELPHIA "ZfTZZ'ZL'T:
MADE FA1IILIAR TO ALL "isr-'
Tnos rt:riiie vDcie turCia Tom r r.mnti. Ma.
L0StA(hP. ft Ut.. rrtgrw mi n.Hni. l.,lburraDlirr ft fttb
Uhn, S- W. Cur. iu. Mat net ii., PU. for C.reulixr.
A FAIJM OF YOUR OW'
77r He -4 Urine'! for ILtrJ Tim? !
SIKsT ANI Cii ICAl'F.ST KAILKOAt) LAND
A;.- na tin- I.ii.o of tLe
iM I'Aiirir i:aii.i:oai
Swire h Home .v.
Fuil iiii.i.'i.:at:uii si-i.t i 1:1" 1-: to all .ite of MTorU.
Adil-esii, (). V. PA VIS,
March :i, -,v Ijnal Ceni'r U.1-.U.!'( 'ma i: , X ska.
H TV" I,1 V v'i ..re now uivilli ftV Sewina; 1IaC?une
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