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The larva and rwla lactrcwLatloa tkOaaT ua t iiisix eot aana it W the taorahi nilderation ofadv -tra wbawe ta vara Hi ""? V " li0, ( low rata: fc . - ' ...... .a. ..........a 1 a:a, auvaukg avM I Inea 1 )var ril . ............ .......... ..HV. H f..K .... ........ ineaes i yaar lata a. j. J .... . ...................... IS.VV loehaa, aaoaUia b.m , ...... ..... . ....... - lacbea. vaar Kit H colaaia.a sawaums...... seJk eotaaia. iMr aa aa I - . . - ............... . . . . ... . . v.v 1 eotaaaa. I jmmj la.w Bastnawa ii.m. . . . . .. " ..BKIW - PES MA., 1,200 7 h f, i" months'. L7& 1 ...... .i ,..nlh. U lJ .,, ,,id wiw" ------- ., ... J, i ..thin l lie II 0'l . .. . r rha connli .-h- ,- . -. ' iwpwrxioa, sue, sw waiw aT" -"TUoi. c. awr nB 7. .. .... .hove terms bf de- ' lu a . ioinnali tnetr Aaaitor s ISoucw. m. .um Stray and siBliar NcUrai ."....".. m .7r.'"l"D OT prxcwerflnw. al aay awrpwra " " ff foety and comaiaalraooas 4artgae1 tw ..ai . " " BT aoauer ol Haitaat ar ladl iili "Tr1 "-paid lor as advert is ainaa. .Jr. n1 J Pnntlna of all klaus aaavily aa4 -ml tn"- ...c.nce must not ei f wno uu - I I y.' same inotlM " l6fe " 1,0 f.lon' j,.tmcily understood froc JAS. C. HASSON, Editor arc Proprietor HE IS A FHEEMAN WHOM TBK TROTH MAKES FREE AND ALL ABB BLATKS BK8IDB.' 81. DO and postage per ear In advance. .f1"'a re!ore yon itop It. tf stop - -y T -w- -v" fTi "V "T T" :zaTW," I V OLTJME AAAl. . .1,u ' EBENSJ3UKG, PA., Fill DAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1897. NUMBEK 6. WWW H . sJt U M Ml sm m m IIEUOKT r tiik ts&Hxpcniliturcs of- ivl MY KOK 1SW. .KM a-1 - '.. ' - I I. 117 " . :. 7- -1 I 1.71 1 TV 7.711 m 7 I : i t .i- ;v isi...s i t r..i". ; til IV i in llMII .-..:cis i i ... 1 i 1 1.IHI I HI t.r.:u ( ; j 1 1 i r.Tit i 1.413 n.irj:; :vj -.it .1 i:.- tar "s "i.-jti-' : : 4'. J.'.i.VJ I s.'.n:. M..V.4 4 4 3."i7 and 7-ji m m 7.'C. 4'". J.i ".'. -J7 H m 1 '. irj 1 .ivt'.t :v.i L'.i.i:: .v.t 173 7". it; l.of l III l .Vl JO ...'7 i :. j 1. 1 in i..i i. l. r.- 7o .l.ilii- !.77 1 1 i. Id is.f.is :: A:.V :i.i i i i:n ri:iM I I. AMis. l:.u.: 1 : 1 1 I.Vu'i I'.an I lell 1 nil II ll.'ll A t oke . I, 'I. I., A I'atks ! S. , , V - K I' v A' . t A l i I l: . 'i - , II : A 1- A -H-iani.ii . $1,447 l I !i t LANDS AMO'XT r.i 'KM Ail). A I. i "I;.,,: "i . A sS-i.,ak, r. . . Co. Mi K... I.i,, ! Standard IL .& li. ! Standard 1'.. L. i Standard IS. X I,. ! Standard IS. A- L. ' Standard IS. A 1.. AssiMMat ion . AssiK'iat imi . As-ixiat ion . Assiwiat ion . AsstH'iai ion . Assmiat ion . AsxH'iat ion . . :?7 31 . 71 31 . H . 10 LT. 7 :r. r. 1 . nr. xi '.c-.' XI .standard IS. A L. Standard IS. A L. C. II . linker S. V. Davis Total.. A Mttl'NT in: n:M ctiNsTA- isi.i: koi: i-M.-. a n i ruKviors. lr. t'onnl . . 1 ; 7". loir. ti-r Kelly, .lark-on tup. rl ' . Meer.. I i .ll t p 4'" Joliii K. h'iliei. M.invi n-. k twp Ml U f n llir.uii Har-liU'i'tfer. Ko- '.iii lir V: .'." :t'. Th'.tn.i- liitlint!. t l.-.i i li. lil tup 43 :!ti . .lalll" Soliie ille, Sllijlle- li.iim tup 1 17 liO s. . Lou-.'. I'ortau'e Mr TT'.i .lo-epli A. Yriiilit. Siiiiinii-r- Inli t p , v . t.l '. Totals $.V43 s :!', :,7 IV Is VSSKTS. To aiiioiim in hands of Treasurer. ?Ji. mm 7 To aiiioiim lm- Irom I'oiistalili-s f.ir ism". 3.4SII tct To amount due from I'oiiMatdes fur 1 and previous 513 ss To jinlsrnieiit notes and niorlLraires due i-oniit v 4. -430 '." Total ;:.:'.:.4 irj -J.-VKt 1J JIAISH.ITIK-S. t iit-tamliim orders ! Amount due di-triets till Seated and I" tiseated lauds Amount due tlistriets deinpt ion of lauds. . Total J1I.3.V.I 7.3 from re n.i li .j-.,::.tc.,.i 7-. rilt AMI 'INT IH'I DISTUIC JL KATKI LANDS 1 ll lso:;. 1" AND l'.O. S-iool. Uoad. ISoro. Adams twp II :V. !? '. AlletlliellV tup 34 15 1-' Ali i!le in. r :." 4 1 V.t llarr twp l'.C 1 1 1."."J Ilia, klit K t p ! V. :.t ISai'iietH.ro Im.i aiut'i'ia tup 77 to 17 :,t a troll tu p 4. 47 V: t he-t tup :.'.: ;s in V lie-t pl lll,J- l.r iealtiel.l twp 7". s oi . -.p. r-.i.ii.- t-.r VI lot . .... P.; l-.i I l ..ii. tii.iuirli t w p 7-'" ' .... I t 1 1 . ..' tup in -: -- j r. on t w i. - 7 ; l . . ' Dai t..u i 1 7 . I i.i I ' I .in wt 1 I -' l..i-t 1 a ' I .i.-i.. ni I i.i -1 .1 1 I ' i" " 1 r.Met t p - " I I i n.. i: I. I.-i ! -" ..:i .ii ) ' ' ... i . It ,.i J. s; . ': J A 'H t v . ' ' ! J.tt. t - ..' M tilt I .'1.1, . I w .t .... ! t '. i i I. - II I I. . I "I 1 1. . ! 1 1 . .1 .1 , I. .1 . I,' I: I I r 'll l Itl il w ' , .... 1,11. , .: s, v i. . ni ii : . . . lile. 1,1 ii ll . I.v . i ..i. r tup 1.1, Is. I M ii i.-t. r tup Lot. iio t or .!..( M f. folofjl - 1 it .1 ml Si I . M..I U .1 Tliii.l u.l ration tor I'ot t.iife tup I'ollaife In, I Ue;nle tup Spaiiiflel" tot" SiiiiinierliiH tup Slllilllli-I lilil Lot soul li 1- ot k Uir Slwnyeleek tup .4 II 2 . o 3 1.-. 1 l'. Jl PI 1. 31 PC H. I -s ',". mi '.".' ni vi. -ri vs s.i i:t:-.s .. ;i.. W. Irs ll ill I,.::;:. 3 mi ."s; ;;. pi 3s 44 .... 1-3V 3P.i V.' 1 7 7n i ..s 1 7 :us in '.'7 71 V7-.il lv.n :.4 t.l ." ."it HI 4l -4tl '.i HI Nl I 1 1VJ 73 iS ;ti '. . I M "I .11 1:1:- Suii. iaima 1 u p Tiiimeliiill Uiroiu I ppel' Voder lU p VI et lllillit liof. . . . Wot lavlof tu p Wilmore In ir :. VI "J.i tv.". 4IMI."i 4 .". IfM '; m; pi Irs til- alutiutoii bile I u p. . t U p Total- 3..v.i:. vi l.ira tt7 .vt'.t 37 31 71 31 1 ' I !'." Mill' NT DIM-: IKOM OtNMA ISLLs roi: ismi. I I ( on nt y . .Io-edl Wetldel. Adams I . iir . 41 Ml tow i 1 1 i p Mill iliilteaii. r.arneli.ro lioiomrli A. .1. Lieli. ISat r lou usliip .loepli Stich. t'at ioiltou n V3S . l is M :u 71 '.d lsil VI i 1V7 . s i '.H H i :v i v:s is :,v Vi li n 14V V.l l- III v:. 41 3i7 .VI 41 :.t t7 f.l w 7: r. v 3 4 i.l 47 f.7 mi :so lo v:, f. si li si Is.l'olll'll II. Kirkpati ick, t at toll t..u nsiiip I'l.ilip I .ill. Chest town ship Jesse Nauie, Cleat Del. 1 ton nship II . K. Met leesler. Colie lliailtfli low nship I :-i r. :ai : t 3 so vi mi ;i v li 13 :i .v. ."i mi .".no 7 i :. 17 vt V" rs i , . ; 13 IV lor. :a .".7 4 Hi is 4 mv : 4s I", to 13 l'.t i'i 44 r, 4 1 James A. Slieehaii. ( oop- er.lale iMifotiLf ii John I'iiierty. Dean town ship A.. I. If. a tier. Last Taylor to a ii-hip Louis S'i!iellialter, lial- lit.in iMiroUiili Jos. I. Mi-yets, liallitin Ida nship T. A. D. loi.-r. Ilastinifs lHi-.nr'li S. IS. Hiiili liniml, Jack son tow tisliiii Clias. II. its. .lohiistow ii. I I fill ward F. 11- Singer. Johnstown. Sixth ward James I lallatfher, Jolms- toun.- 1 welfth ward... H. D. I'runkard. .loims- tow ii. Thirteenth w aid I'. K. Smith. Lilly bor- vi m 4 :.l li Oil ii 4: :w V4 s.l 51 imjlli JllO. V. lless. M oriel 1- ville. Sii ond ward . . . ISalt iribblett. Moltell- ville. Third w aid M . Cassidy. M n n s te r lo tishi'.- S. K. Jones, Tat ton Imii - ollll Thomas IVCtlllen. l'otlasre Uitousrli Jtio. J . Myers, Kead. tounsliip H. F. ISenshotT. Kosedale borou-fii Jiis. ll. Johnston. Ko- 11 ill 7 si V3 f.V S".l sS s 13 S4 lo l i 4 13 lo 17 43 31 14 4' s7 vs ;t 7: 4 7)4 If, ST. IV So 3ti V3 11 1 ni V4 43 :ts p. 47 40 Hi I V 73 r.i v." mi 3V 11 3'.U 74 Ml fsl 13 l'4 31 47 IW 7H 42 .V) l.ury iMiroiisrli . - South Fork Joseph Jolt t h r 1 1 -: 1 1 M. W. JSennett, SpaiiUr Ixirouh Jno. L. Fisher, .stony creek township A. Kcirn. Susquehanna tiw nship A. Keith. M niiiielhill Imr oittrli ; Crispin Dim t, I ppcr V od'r tow nship a Smith. Washimiton f'r. . r.7l IV '. . '.1 71 1.44 li 4 4 . :vj . 7 si . V3 tiV . Ml tvS . 13 4 . K147 ,. 1441 . S7 VS . l." sr, . 3t'M . . VJ ti' .. 7 40 tow nship S. 15. tireirory, Westlltollt 1 m iron. if h - IS. F. Kitmlet, West lay- ior tow nship Geo. D. t'ritifrle, Wilmore. iM.roii'-rh TO t'tlN..TAl(I.ES HiK Ij lH-6: I .1 Khoily. Ashvllle hor.iOKh.... $ F 1. l.Uite. Alleicheoy lowa- Hhl. J"nh Wentlel. A,tm townnhti... r. hi ! HI i-jr. M) 1 r-2 15 : 0 4 24 II 60 4 75 3IT 2 64 3 T 8 47 1 o6 2 12 3 71 0 33 ft:: H7 II 34 1 &t K .I7 10 03 Milton ttnlnion. HarnextKtro tvir. A . .1. I.ee, Unrr townhii 7 62 K. KowUn.l. I'.hickliik tnwnphip . 112 S6 Lincoln l.loytt. t'amhri- town- hip ,Ti i'l Jnveph Sticn. I'arrnll town tx.r- ouh 15 64 11 Kirkpalrl k. arn.ll inirn- rbip 61 4 St-l'hen 1'i'HraJ, ('best .rliiiffi tHiri.iiKli b h3 HhilipOi 1.1'hei.t ti.nbip Si -IS N aii le, lrhl,l townxhlo 70 UK II. K. M;leeter. l-oueiuaunh townehll) .... 26 V" A. Saeeliao, :oibers,lie tmrouvb .... 42 4.5 . K IKxion. Irefim to.i-h!p H'4 1 .li.-ei li Street I'royle townmnp. . . 74 6'.' I". K. Schnnter l.ii.-ytmn liorouicb 10f.lt V.. Kenionl. Dale (s.ronuh 4i :: .l.ibn Kinerty. Iieun township 72 47 S. ill. Si.) tier, KaiU t'onuuiauuh tMtroiiut. .t 42 A..1 't-r. Ku..t Tuylitr township .'it h2 Joi a than I.loyd, Ktiensburit, tiit want 5 22 E. W. lluui.tirey . tlirnliuri:. Went want 7 34 Aneltn Weitklaml. Eliler town ship 77 :!2 I.. !lilileliriii,t , rrankliu l.or i.iinb la . I. SpK'Keiba.tvr. (tllit7.iu tor- ft 28 4 22 1 06 13 7 2 64 5 VS 14 7S 7 :s.s y 61 curh SI Jo?. H. Meyers, (iallitziu town still.. 116 :;5 T. A lei.7.ier. Hastings tiorouti.. 71 S. H. llildetiran.t. .la.'kson l.iwu (hip .l 27 Johnloirn l ily itoiner Watntrs First warl sf. :',i ..uit-r Wallers. Seeoutl waril... ,S6 Joiner Walter?. Thi-.l war.l l 22 1'. W . Benmr.1. Fourth want... 104 t'has. H. Witt, Filth wjnl 126 lii F. H.Smi!er. S.xtn warl Iu7 74 Josiati Wa't-rs. SeveDth war.l. 114 74 .1. A An-lei.i. KikMI wart W '.n V. II. .Nortlicr.tn . iN luth want lol :t '. W. Menlor.l. l enh want -7 "6 ! K. l.Ui'is, Kleveliltl war.l. . 4S James liallaither, Twelllh war.l ..... 77 It H. I'rufikliar.l. Thirteenth want ;7 ( John Mouan, Sr.. Fourtakei.th war.l :." Mii-hael 1 vtaH. I- iitecnth war.t :;; l i t:. W. Kwitonl. Sixteenth war.l Hih h (ieo. S. Paul, seventeenth war.l 1"! l f. K. Smith, l.l ly tKirouah ;.'." Fuweiie l.itzinifer, l.retto Ininiuh 2 2ii .lorr Urtll' Koromjh i.. I. Kikks. I lift war.l . 8 J, W. Hess. Sn-i.tiJ war.l : :' 17 Hart Kil.t'let, Thir.l war.l 'H 4 M assl.ly, lunpler tonli lo . 2101 .-. HI i l- 7 1 12 h 7 t'4 14 l S . F Jones. I'attoti Uin.utli HI 76 T. P. t'uilen. I'ortaxe tHiroiiicti . . . Ii;2t .laiue. lfel. I..rlaie low tistiip l;i Hi .In., I. .Mryers. Kea.le u.wn..ni 242 j tierice I. ini-. Ki.'hian.l town- Hup - :"6t" K. . Heush. n. K..-e-lale lir OUtl .! K .loliti.ion. Hox'.ury Ix.r- uich .. .1. .1 u . s..uih lorn i. r until M. W. Henneti. spanxler i..r- .Unit. ......... Jobn fr. r i-ii' st..i.,T.-i. town bi- John M.i..rioi. uixjuierii.il t.r.,uaii ;. W sr,ari ine. Sumruei b I.I t, w n.li 1 p A R-trt.. Su.'jeiialina l.,wn. 'I' A. Re. if, I utirjwhill I. -fa f.-l-il. I.l I ;--rf lrr ..n. . H. J. .'tiuji.ii l' .-Irr i..r.pt,.f A ii:i t.. AhinT.,o t"i.tii. i. ei..ry Irl elui..iit r,r- wl . . H 1 l.it l'iel. A e.l latii.l .. n.l. p ... .1 I fr. li. l.tt. ,,wu.!itif r. r I'ril.tfle. Mtlin.-re 1. r- T?XINKKATKNS li :;t JA 7'. 41 :s r .. 4 14 : 44 7s .! I i i : 2 U is a . . i-.-. ;.i v -4 Vs ,7 ... M -:i 211 .V 14 "1 I to it ... 1 s :.i 22 4 I ' 4 '- 74 a To I .4 .. 7 - .2. 2 oO .",4 . 4s Ki'M I'liV KV IOCS ouuty. l-ii!. I i '. o i 71 16 :a - 30 17 '.4 3 :.' . I lo.', PI 1V r.S 57 II 4 18 20 IS I li) 67 8 5". in ot 34 2H 12 ho IS (SI S2 '.!7 4 n 44 6S 20 52 1123 112 14 5 66 10 70 !5 13 7a f 70i2 11 H4 154 75 :s s) ... . 3tiO ) 40 s 86 23 1 4 IS :;n 4o 7 58 2-.7 10 21JS2 17 32 r.t 41 7 7 2-.IO M 1 7.1 to is) lj 4H '.f.l 51 11 87 .12 01 2 51 VJ 13 2 01 122 30 34 1 12 ;8 8 41 75 24 28 73 23 41 T A Ml 'I NT 1 Ahl.t.s Ir K H I ii I- I I V Ml isa.,n A-Uuo, li a.-kll.-k ..wr; .tip tiiiip i i'ii i;i.si toWUStllp .. .. W. i-Cur.ly. '.M'i-rs.la.e i . rouicn H. lc iflvri. r. - ..ucuiauich township.... li. .M.-i 'let.-ttT, laistown i.r ouk h Isaa.- J . Harris, lohn-town, 1 irs. war.l Jno. K. Kdwanls. Jotuisiowu. e-..n.l want . Chas. H. Witt. Johnstown. Fifth ward 'has. li. Witt. Johnstown. Sixth war.l Install Waters, J o.. iisu. w n , eventh ward lames lallaiher, Johnstown, rwcllih ward eter Kelly. Jackson township... Michael C.issi.iy , .Munster town ship W. K. Kurua. Morreilviile. Firrt ward S.K.Joes, I'atton tnjrouieh ..... .. ino. K. Fi.-her, Stouycresk town ship Jas. I". McClarren. South F .rk Ik routi T. Met iouun. suHiuicrhill tior OUKO M. W. Kenuclt. Spanuler I'.ir- otiith (Ieo. It. I'ritiKle, Wiimore t.or- '-" ouia S. B. tJregorv. IV es linen t tor- ouku lames SouiciTillfl, UarntstHiro t'oroun Hiram Hershbertser, Koxtmry borough ........ I'hos. t lutings. Clt-arhcnl town ship .lauies Souiervnle. SU4.uetia:ina townstnp... .. li. F. Kliiblet. West Taylor township F. 11. Howell. Oall::no twroah l'had. lieinxier. Hastings borouti F. H. tlriive. Jaokson township.. Ansrlui Weakland, Klder town ship . 13 7s lit 13 1 n'. S. W . lonz. I'or'.aite tM.rouicn li.s. A . Wright . Porta-- township A.J. Kxger, last la l.r town- shii. H. S. lien-Inn, KoseOale l-or- oui;h J.J. Ktioi'.iiy. Arbvilie twruouh. . Adam Smith, Washington i wn. ship Adam Smith, Lilly borough K. J. Meyers. Washingtou town ship Crispin Kiel, t'pper Voler town ship Total... -f 3.714 72 ir5 tl AMOl'N r HI E lUSTKItJrS FROM I SEA I Ell I.aN'IIS FOR lsy 5-r. Road Sch.K.l. $ r6 1 : -d 61 :i 3:v 61 s ya Adams township 2.2'-4 :il Harr towustnn . lilacklick town. hip ... 4 oiiem.iuah township. I'royle township Cressou township...... 1.3 56 :.S 72 lot Hi 140 20 115 6', 757 .! 22 21 367 12 2 '6 8'I9 52 52 54 in; 16 0'el 68 VJ isi & 4.1 2.". 7 4 ii2 S'8 8 4'l o5 78 45 U4 66.1 43 9.'. -JH 10 3 117 lot 60s 17 283 2 1.47U 77 loo en 26l 117 3M 361 6 70S 41 56 102 8 t best township ITambrla townsbln .. i'tearnel.1 township Carroll township ... Dean township Fast Taylor township Elder townslili .. Jackson township. tla.litxin town!iip I.wer Oder townshtp Tort age b.wnsbtp Kea.le township Susquehanna township Summerhni townstnp West Taylor township .... .... White township WashinKton township Cpper Y cater towtihip.... . s H 7 4: Totals.. ' 37 f7.4IO I V 73 HI hi T tlAMOCNT KECEIVEH FKOM MISCEL- S 182 M7 1. AN Kt IIS Mll'Kt:t, 1 1' 1 1 .rt. ex Prol ht. notary.. W. n Kline. Johnstown, "stcona wara. exonerated Cambrta tounty oommlssioners. irom I ian Jones ...... v'lniara Ha via. Counsel lor P.M.r lre-t..rs Amos H. Mylin. Audi tort leneral. thlee is 117 I urlhs ol Slate tax . . 1. W. tioulter. Sherilt James P. Mot'laren. exonerated tax H. R. clrimth. costs Edward Kuce. lor boarding prisoners Henry McAnulty. costs Elmer E I'avts. costs - Jno. J . Houck. tax on one ball lot, Has- tiDas boi.uh .... ......... ..... . . Peter lorenxo. cosis I'. H. Farren tlae imposed on F. Iiavis s" W. Iiavis. I'n.lhonotsry M. I K tteil. costs and collections... jno. 41. tlates. cost - Thomas J . Huhes, Steward Joseph Sanders J F J ltod. judament and Interest 15 L Ooodwm, J. P. Irom Adams town ship -. '. 'T " Richard I. Evans, lor piece ol office case S. W.Repp.J P. ol Stonycreek township p! E. Dillou, judgment and interest .iti 0.1 13tiS l'.t 35 VV Vl 1 Vtl FKOM Rfc Hor. "j i'ti i m 200 Komi . 576 A lams townhlp A'hvllle iH.r.muh llarr township t.aml.rta townshi Ka.l Taylor township... Fl.ler to'wushin Morrellvllle tmrouich I'ortane township I'orraicn Iwiniiiirh . Kea.le township Sunim. rtiill township.. Stonycreek township. .. WashlnKion township. . 5 04 :.' e":jo" t 20 2 Z0 7. 3 0 7 6 23 SO .. 52 12 . . 3ll Oil . 1 :so .. 1 24 1 oo 2 24 4 l0 25 110 Totals.. ...$115 30 l.F.TAII :8 ;o je w I.HttMIK TK 'KIVF.I I li lItTKKSKS. FH M Filtv-tour licenses in cttv at ifimi ,2 ,000 00 Slxtv lour licenses in borouirb at floo Thiriv lwo licenses in town ships at 7f One tilth ot name for use ot o.onty I.t-s8 i'reas-jrer's couiin isslon... y.6.0 mi 2.4'iOut - f.v.t ooo i 7.8HO oo mi oo 7 . 11 no ISTKlKt'rioN OF I.It:t.NSK FUMITIt 57 00 22S OO 7 312 OO 57 on 57o is I 57 oil ... .' . 114 00 57 no I US I K1CI S. Al-U!d townsti'p -. . Anhville tM.roUkh li .rncsooni borough Harr township rarrl llown tntrouifh Carroll town-hip I'hest Sprints tornoi;h.... Chest townsh'p , I : earhehl township Cresson township I 'n.y le township I la le ImrouKh ........... Fast tVnemauich borouKh Khensliuric tinnntuh ..... , Kliler township ilaliltzin tHirouuti (Ialu7in township Hast niss borouicli Jackson township.. I. illy hopnmn !.iretto lwer Y.mIit towns ip Morrellvllle tierouich ... V .tt. n tiorouich Portaiee l.orouirh I'ortaKe townstnp Kea.le townsMp Kirhlan.l townihl South Fork rtoroutch Spir.it let lor..iich .. .. . .. Stonvcreeh town. hip .... Sinnioerelll hoTouifh susoaehanna townshtp. . . 1H0O 312 00 57 OO 1 14 oo P42 no IM ml "."77" 11400 1,026 on 57 oo n j on 57 on u.ioo . 114 oo 114 no 114 no 4".t hi 5TonO 114KO 2-JS 0.' "..'7.7. ..".'.77 57 ot 312 0O 22i ll Ill of . :;i2tm 57 l.l rjh on . 114 ll 114 no 2H.S20O0 ..2S.i;4o O0 Tuiinethill lorouicb Wa-htriiton township.... Wilmore lM.r,.iiicli John. town City Total s sKKI" HM. f'r 2:5 r. 2. 1 1 .' 2-'.r. 'I To t.M lance In treasury f To amount ol duplicate . !'. ann-ont rc.ve.l from .-n- fanies l..r l.'i an, revh.us to.-.-iin.'y ..r.lers pld Hy si..''iiient to uniyrr. n :-' Hy ex--iM-ratl'." c.ntt able . . . Iv Mm. cot .me f r..m ."..n-ta hies . I(v I r'a.irer's ciii.iiiislion on t n"o '.. t ne pr cent H. l..l .n.- in treisury January lly amount t rat.trre, to couo 1 ,070 Hi :- .i r.i5 4 :.!.' r I 3 5S 2i j iJ lils 62 tl i -6 IV Totals. ... I'l Kt nl NtY. lalMI N I: l-.lll.t-eih I Isi'irf ev It ...... ..t 4s 17 s7 S7 14 o2 I'l 1 1 35 71 7'i :o t6 jl 74 I4 4S 72 32 '."I 262 '. 7rl 4lt .VI 7 07 27 ::2 I..hn I; M -4 "loskey e: ax II .1 Hern . A lt.er' i r."k ml F.N Kurk I..hn Yinn't-kv and Ami Yamnltxky H J V.-lee lev and A. lerrrll Michael I k.n. hue . M . .1. lk.n. t.ue. and W .1 larney I..,.. t ivley and Felix Kit Icy I. .n Y-ie . I,, lui I. m 'rt'crif .1. S II 'i p and Jonas b.iuin . W l. I:,, m l and l.epli M . Holaud lol.n Miller F. .1 l.um.d'ie l..r.T7-. IC.s.-tittlug .lone- l .11.-Mu.len W a-h I t. Cliir I onra.t HiiM-k and Malinda Hi.K-k Aurfu.tine ,M.-l an nell . J mines H. M reil. Catharine M -Connell il. F. Knter and Charles McKeel..... I.l7.7.ie l.unir.. I., tin A. .Noel and J. M. Kr.zl.reiner It '. Scanlon F. H. Huek Kd. C,nn:ir John Kenar.l and M I.. Iary .lames H. Clark .Sanies B. Clark and Edward Clark.. Ij ,u Swnnhart ar.,1 11 Y.Conrad on- 1'4 S . 34 :'.ix n3 66 44 82 45 'At IHI 4H 81 71 :v 27 M 51 07 2i 41 4 1 ol 135 :w 347 10 37 05 4S bJ 50 10 60 27 rl 565 01 440 34 100 2.1 .I..c LoLtlier .Inhh Itrouan. and P. . S inder W .1 .Van scoyoo.ll I.. Van Sffoyoc, M. I., t 4 Ihsuow . ind W' . E. lilHMfi.w S. E Jones. W F. Kol.inson. and K I'. Mct'oriuick..-. peter Hoffman. E ixaheih It. II man snd Kmannei Smith.. Andrew I'epska and Annie I'enska John W. Hess K II. McCartney. Uavld Falleon.and W. C. Saxtou A. J. Herfcey and W illiam C Horner . . Isaac .1. Weakland and .lohn.1. W eakland V'. I'. Miller. Krhart iieister; and Francis Yahrier W'illta-u Klllen and 1 W Anic'is Augustiiie Mciotineil. C. A. illi'tlonigle. and t aron Leatiey l.-i7 01 Total tl 4:ai 25 j Nsl'K ANt'K ON COIKT HOCSE. North British, of London. on lurnfture... 1,1X8100 Nir'h Hntisn. ol 1ondcn, D Court House & OOOOO Continental, on Court House r. noo 00 Continental, on lurniture. l.ulooo London Insurance corporation, on lurni- tnre - 1.000 00 Ijondon Insurance corporation, on Court House SOhioo tiueen ol America, on Court House 10 00O Oi Wneen ol America, on lurniture l.ooo 1.0 sennit iardcn.uf Philadelphia, on lur niture l.ooooo St.rlnf Harden, ot I'hiladolph la. on Court House Hot", on American Central, on Court House.. .. 2-'00n0 American Cent'al. on lurniture l.Oo-ion American Fire Insurance company on Court House 50o0ti Fire AssiK-iatiou. ol i'hiladelptita, on Court Houe 500000 Orient, on Court House 5 ihsi 00 inent, on lurniture 1,000 CO North America, ol Philadelphia, on lur niture 10CO on North America, ol Philadelphia, on Conn House 5,0.1000 Northern Assurance company, ol Lon don. n lurniture. l.iio (J Teutonia. of Ail gheny . on lurniture.... I.noutio Total .. - tavi.t-oooo iSivkw urfer otir bands at the Commissioners" Ofli"e Ehensburg. I'a.. thl2sth day ef January, IS'.iT.A.n. A. I. Mll.TEN KEKtJEK. P M LAW KEN K, JOHN HirilNtlS. Auditors. 24 N - 66 ISI 71 si 27 4o Ti7 82 i"5 ss 74 75 II 77 MO 2 3 I 4 .1 es 31 AJIiit'NT rlK KISTUI'TS HEMPrin tlFLANKS. School KKCK1TTS KXl'KNDITUKKS or I'lMir and llims" f rmplatnifnl ol Camlirla 1'osnly for IHI. F . H. B A KKFK. Trkasi her. In Account with Cambria County Almshouse. ISrlKOITCKKS. old criers - Clothing and dry ttnods Incidental expenses 1 Ir.iceTlta an.t provlsioes Furniture and carpels heat and Hour - Insurance........- I eiephone .. .. Steward ...-.--- Matron - Servants ... in . 57 372 in 4 so 81 s'M as 138 01 4-vt 35 342 VI 42 iai 6c0 00 laO IKI 240 CO 240 ISI s5irj 124 4 311 84 6iS 02 164 2K 1.15 ! 1.1156 110 156 86 91 io 55 8-i 80 DO 15 1-0 327 13 I 46 145 05 17 tat 18 67 4o 32 3.1II0 VM 55 . 65 - Farmer - Machinery and repairs ...... Justice and Constable tees. ...... ........ FerttnxT Meal - Hardware - Tobacco - - - liixmont Insane Asvlum .. ... - - Weruersviile lusane Asylum Warren Insane Asylum . Mercy Hospital -- - F:xpenes ol Foor lnrectors to Annual 1 onventlon at Pit'sburg 1 26 28 54 781 60 4.7'-.' 02 115 47 1 55 10 114 So IH. t 71 45 44 66 : Annual dues to Ass n..... . I hildron's Aid Society 1. 11 in ier Iiruit v . Report to slate Board ol hanty 14 jeensware BlacksmUhing... Livestock (Jersey bull) I.al.or .. ..... Solicitor - Livery hire Minister's service Out dour paupers - - Burial ot oul door paupers - stationary and printing Coal I'hys'ci.n tor Almshouse - Physician lor out-door paupers I 1 os 33 :5 6 tO 166 32 752 4 30 5;i 4:1 22 5 no 72o 23 1 no 2 00 4 O0 62 06 8.155 I ..J18,62 Total... MIK'NT Kt'F. PtIOK AMI HOUSE OF V EM flA 1Y M KMT. P MctloUKh $ li fi2 Poor Instrlct ot Hauphin county t oo K. A. Marsh 3125 Total 'TOK ON FA KM . .ftol 87 Four beail of work horses, 14 milch cows, 2 brood fows, 72 chickens. 1 Jersey bull, 1 boar. PAKM PKOMTUTS. KlKhtv-lonr ton" of hay. Ooo bushels ot corn (ears.) 4 bushels ot millet. 167 bushe'a ol oat. 73 busbels ot wheat. 172 bnsbela ot rye. 68 bushe's ol buckwheat. K(4 bushnla ot potatoes 2 080 heads ol cthbauti. 40 bushels ol onions . 45 hushe Is ot ru ta ba;as. 75 busnels of lurnlv, 15 bushe.s ol carrots. 35 bushels ol red beets. JlL.L.KOON FAK54. Two thousand sovet. hnndred ami ninety two pounds ot beet. 44d pounds ot veal, 6 o5 pounds ol pork. 860 pounds ot lard. TyjANtTFAtri'lTKEUON FARM. Nine barrels of sauerkraut. 60 barrels ofsnlt soap. 3 barrels ot cucunber pickle. 2,150 pou ds of butler. 145 xallnns ol apple butter. 114 tars ot tomatoes. 12 ar ol strawberries. 46 jars ol black berries. Mo a-a nl pears. 10 jars ot plums. 18 jars ol chow-chow. 12 jars ol sweet Pickles. 10 ealloos ol spiced pears. In cations of jellies, 10 irallons nl piccalilli 2i3 men's shirt'. 22 men's drawers. 14U aprons. 115 .tresses. a4 skirts. 14 nlnhtitowos. Ion chemise. 44 drawer. V snnbonnets, 2 shrouds . 2 children's coats. 32 children's d'esses. 73 pieces Inlants clotbina". 4 table cloths. 7 roller towels. 20 tea towels. 131 hets. H4 pillow slips, 4o ted baps, 12 ticks. 10 bolsters. "NMATKS. 4 Inmates remaining In House lan.l, 1R96 93 Ad mltted durina- l"tJ wo Horn durinn year - . .- 3 Med during year . -. 16 I iischarited dunua: year . 64 lieserted durinir er 2 Remaining: In House Ian. 4. I sv7 o4 Adnlts. male 64 Adults, female .'.. 35 Children 4 A verave ier month... .... 1"2 ForeliroM .... 61 Natives 53 Meals given to tramps .....1.820 JAMKS OF DECKASEII. William Roberts. Martin Chicago. Isaac Jel fres. Owen MHI vern. lranlel Allen. Michael Kisn. Kl'li Flemmtug, Peter PulaKkl, I.ucas Kodelt. Ueorue Teco, William Clark, Frank llesse. Markaret t.arl. Tony Hallow. Jobn Mour ice. John Khiuildt. JNSt'KANCK 11H.1C1KS. Fire Association ot house .. Philadelphia on .. . I 3 usi oO Cambria Mutual on house and marbln- erv S.oooki Phoeii is company . on storero-im 5io lai t'hnwntx eonieany. on turniture 1 .5oo 00 i ieroaaa . ol Pittsburg, on hoepttal and lurniture l.OoOuO Etna li.suran.-e compaby. oa hospital and Im.i lor 3 I10O0O North America e mpany. on tara and wagon shed - 1.7'MU0 f irient. .h enaine house and fixtures. ... 5oo lai 1 aia.louia. ol Scotland, on house aod content ol barn 2 T2i 00 Si.rmttnel.l. on house and c utenUol barn 2.725 oil '..nnne.-ital. on tarn Itu-e l.Jsmou North American, on engine anw t.ump.. aoo 0i North American, on house ..... 3 o.sj no Total rv:j 700 00 I irta under our hands at I tie Count Com- mt'sioners' i.lti-e. Etvnsburg, Pa., this 2Mth day ol January , a. li lw7 A. I.. MII.TENHEKOEK. I. M. i.a w kkm:e, john 4irriNts. AnditorH. LOVERS STRATAGEM. tut 1 hoy lUithi Trleil the Same Ilevlcc vi I; li Ainusui; l.t-aultK. "Know that, fellow iu there'.'" askeil :t yotin man of t lie Star w rilcr. ii.ol.lin;. his, head toward the soda water clcr i'i a eoi ner drujj sl.irc. No. the wiriti-r didn't know him. In.; had ii I run iml the Hula fountain : iiuiiiImT of times during the stin.iiiei " ho is lie?" "Well. I lon"t retiieinlier his nam.', but he is a. ha niriT-on from llaiiiret xillc. I had an int itatton to is:t a ji: '. that I am tl.nl in oc with out i.. M.iitnt I'leasaut. and I went out liiei. on Sunday r.ii'lit ; and while j-ittii!- I. ihe pori'li with I lie yimii!.' lady tl:i fid low catia' up. 1 w as i :i I rs! tii-cd. !! wa: n't I'lioitfrh inleri'sti'd to -a!eh 1I1. nauie: tlie only thiu.o; that ilitcri.stei Tin", was tin" prolial.li' iei.rth of his st;i tin re. at:. I I was vorv anxious on th:i Miiiject. ISut he didn't s-'ni li lu' i: any hurry. "Finally, in desperal ion. I remarl.ci" lltat it was fret ti ni late it was on!; ti'tie o'c'oek and I had Letter lie fr I liti"- home. He said In-was just thiiiK inLr the same Ihiiifr ami he would kec me c.iinj'aiiy 0:1 the ears. Wo wen down 011 the Fourteenth street line at.. I just Jiehetl to .see that chap iret olT. 1 roul 1 rot. liaol; 011 th' hill with tli irirl ::ir:iiil. At Seventh street h 1 11-rned lo nie and askol : "MIow far do yon pro?" ""To the end of the line; I live near 1 lie ea ;: tol, I a i:swerel. "At the end of the route lie pot o!7 and went oer tow aril the h ot. whil--I started loward the eapitol, ?ett r ii.inct! 1i slip liack in a few miiMttt s tieti ho w as out of stprltt - :iml ;ro t' I'oiirtii-nt h street afrain: and within ten iii'tMifos I was on the ears riino' to ward Mount I'leasaut. once more. "When Ihe ears p-ot to t he inrtier near the fjirl's house I jui;iMt ofT ami start ed iij the walk. I eiinli see there w-r" two sit tint on. the jxiroh. a male ansl a female, lint it w as too da rkto reeopnize the male until I reached the foot of the steps. "lt was that durned soda-sijtiirter!" Washington Star. PASSING OF THE FAKE AUCTION. One Kind of l'.tilne That l Happily ami IVrnii'.nently KimociidiMl. Whore litis the jewelry auctioneer 'one'.' I'ii to three years ntrn there ...ere at least a tlo"ti laces on th' "-'oittli side whore a framly iis.i:iy 01 uplclii's. diamonds ami revolvers in ! he w indows called at ten! ion to a scarce ly less loud auctioneer w ithin, lie stood on tin delation liehiml t he counter; be had "en piiers" 1kUi inside ami outside the piace. iMid his sonorous tones vieio rinirinir all the time. He vvatolicil the stream of assi-rs-by on the stn-4't :i:id "Pae' etl the play" of the oapiers. II sold all manner of watches, ami he al ways ".o-ot the liest of it." As a rule, says I ho t'hieasro Post, these salesmen were excel lent a net ioii'-ers and knew all the wiles of their craft. I'p to two yenrs apx some of them were still runninpr, Imt they prndiialH "ruled out. :it;.1 now there is not o:i. ith t':o trininT cveeption of a atnr ' -v nit-lit llii tr in West Madison street. Tliev must do a lirsMl Lnsiness. fi llinr ;ii:ti:t it ies of material at an excellent :t'oo. T Tut there was an end of al! I li i 111's in t heir line and the jewelry auc tion has vanished. I.trlle. Kewaro! Mirs Tal Why. d yon know, that or; Llif is Kn particular as to whom : ' il! marry, t h tt she Iris refused T, frori over fifty men. ISut at last ll ' is ' llltOll. Miss 'i!ttinr Why docs-n't shewed? Miss Tab He isn't. Hay City Chat. 21 60 mioti 61 675 lo J44 V 3::7 53 31 25 87 50 77 I've battled through adversity when skies were Line an" bright To win of fickle fortune but a feather in the liRht. An" I've never felt a flurry nor the small est mite distressed Till Sol had ssink to slumber In the cradle of the west. It always se med that even, with Its dark ness an' Its dew, i:rou:ht forth a host o' pygmies, an these little troubles grew Till, like Gulliver, they bound me. an' when hop had nearly none I felt a peace come stealing through the gateway of the dawn. I've lain awake so troubled, an a-tossln through the night. A-hopin' I'd be guided In the paths o" truth an' right, A-wrrstlin with my conscience over some thin' I had done. Or else a-plannin' duties with the rlsin' o the sun: An" I've conjured up the sorrows that It seemed were sure to fall L'lin me an' to wrap me in a Bort o" somber pall. litit the ills have always vanished w hen the morning cried: Hegone! An' a dream o' K-ace came stealing through the gateway of the dawn. An so I say to sinners. an to saints who strive as well. The cares that came upon you when the shades o' sorrow fell Will vanish with the vision of a soul-enlightened day. An" .ol will wipe the tear-drops from your swollen eyes away. The host of little worries that beset you through the night Shall steal in mi .-all li an', banished, shall !e frowning iu their flight. An" the rest will le the sweeter for the ills you've undergone When that holy peace comes stealing through the gateviuy of the dawn. Hoy F'arrell lir--nc. in l-slie's Weekly. HIS K0MAXCK. It. was two years since Joe Hentley had left his home in u ijuiet little Ohio town t-i a-ck his fortune in the wet. For two years each working day lunl found him at his desk iu a larg-e mer cantile house in Chi'ap;o. lie h.ul l-a-eii I'ort unate in s-curiiitr a jKisit !un at once, throur.li a lirotherof his town stmas ti r, who w:u now chief clerk in th.-nf-t'ee. Joe will lieter forre tti.isc tun years- - lonesome ln ears I tie were. I he more lonesome, erhaps. Is-cau" .m hail never Ihi-ii away from home ail ainoiiir sbranirers liefore. When lie first came to Chieaio the world's fair ami other attractions made Ihe city a wonderful place for thei-ouii-t r 1 Itoi . lint t liese soon pale.l or passed Si a ay. ami the lone mesas set t led IImi him as lie felt hiui.-elf a stranger in a stramre land. For a time he nttend.il church. its had Ik-i-h Jiis habit, at home, hut tliey were siieli larjre places, and the oiiir'retr.i -lion and younif folks dressed and actcl so ditT.-rcntly from the church folk at home that he (iiiuMy iot in the hal.it of stayini aw-iy. He sorely missed his town aci-uaintjiiiees. t!ie coinpanioii tliip of his j-isters and brothers and the liriirht sm.le of Cousin Fan, who usvl 1, op in so nnjie-tsly and leave such a volume of sunshine In-hind h-r w hen her father wouM come to tow n to tlo his market inff. The trirls wi'h w hom some of his fellow clerks associ-at-l, and with whom they t risl to make him at Itonw. somehow failed to fill the Hill. Somehow it didn't seem rifrht fo Ihe fello-ivs to prevt them on thestnvt with a familiar slap on the shoulder and a "Hello. Kit, old prrl. Iwiw you is?" and in spite of himself he felt too much of an aversion to them to enjoy himself or make himself entertaininir, and dropped tiK'Tii. At last a chanp-e came pradnally. to lie sure, so slowly that Joe l:nrlly knew there had lieen a. chaiifre till it t" as t.here. For several days the seat 'at. the opjiosite enl of the talde in the restaurant where Joe ate lunch had 1m--ii occupied by a modes-t-apearin-" little woman, whose lonjr hushes frinired the darkest of blue eyes, and whose slisrhtly j o u t i n r lips and roumled cheeks plowed with the natural health which can never lie duplicated by art and wlcch only country air can pive. The next day she tvas, in the same seat, and the next and the next, and Joe soon came to look forward, iinthinpinply, to see the bripht face of the unknown. One day the chair was vacant, and Joe. with a sense- of deep disapKint mcnt, knew why it was. he looked for ward so earerly to the noonday mea!. The next noontime he took particular pain) with .his toilet and was so im patient that, he was at- the table fiv minutes! liefore his accustomed time. She was not there, ami his heart sank. A minute later it Iwinnded apain as lie saw tin" well-know n fipure -oiniijplown the aisle. As she pulled liack her chair preparatory to takinp her .M'at. some how or other. Joe never quibe knew how it. happened, the b:p bins- eyes flaslicd for a moment into his and he was on his feet, bliushinpand liowinp. This was the liepinninp. and it lie- came customary to lxw . later to sit side by side and talk duriup lunch, ai.d. if time M'rmitted, to walk with her as. far as the Monadnock biiildinp. where she was employed. He had vainly tried to discover her name, but when he had naively informed her that it was awk ward to cull her "Say." she had asked him to call her simply Miss Marparet, add in-r that this was what she was most penerally called and was most ac customed to. This went on for several weeks and Joe had several times lieen ou the verpe of askinp for her address, that he mipht call, or askinp her to accompany him tot he theater, but lie kept delay inp. fear inp that he mipht rupture the prowiup friendship and lie left iipaiti to himself and the lonesomeness of feelinp that he knew alttM-st no one. One noontime (and Joe will always renicmlier it) she was not in her accus tomed place, althouph the day liefore she bad lieen seculatinp what the bill of fare would lie. He ate as slow ly a-s he could and sent his whole noon hour in the restaurant, but when he left the chair was still vacant. The next ilay the same experience. He reproached himself for not findinp out. more aliout ,er perhaps she was sick or had met w ith an accid'Mit. At any rate, s-he knevv his name and address why didn't t-lie at least drop hiui a line? Surely it was cruel to leave him in such uncertainty. He brooded over what mipht possibly have happent-d to her, till his health Ik pan to tail. He never thoupht the daily walk of a few blocks could mean so much to him. Several w eeks passed by a.nd the chair still continued vacant, tin the very day his two years was up Joe rtmeuiLiered that Kite had spoken of Oconouiow oc one day in connection with her family, lie would a-sk for a few days respite from work and go up there. He hail ncier asked for a, vacation and they surclv would not refuse- him. ISesides. it was not far from Chicju-o aul many Chicapo men went up Saturday nights to spci.d Sunday with their families who were stop pi np there. Anyhow, he would po for the rest of the week possibly he mipht see her or hear of her a.ml the chanpe would do him pood eien if he didn't. The next nioruinp, Wednesday, he started. He could only be spared for the ret of the week, but what mipht not bapien in four whole days? When Ije. arrived at the deot of the pretty lit tie Wisconsin town he found liimscl," anxiously lookiup around, thotiph he coudemued himself for his foolish nc-!-in doing sxj why should she hearouiid the dejiot if she was in the tow n? After he hail s-epistorod at a hotel he wamlered aimlessly aliout the town, udmirinp the handsome houses and the lieautiful twin lakes, and watchinp tie launches, filled with happy caiuK-rs, dartinp to and fro. In the afternoon he hired a Imat. ami tried to fish, bur after a couple of ltours effort, when only a couple of siokly-lookino- do.-tisb rewarded his efforts, he pa if il up iu dispust ami returned to the hotel. At dinner that eiemnp he w as mad. aware of the fact that a circis was in town by a couple silt it, ir turn-, th. table from him. who had come in fr..,. the surroiiinliiip couiitry :iih! were - . inp. In the Iwirlw-r sltop alsi 1 he r- w ,-, iwitfiinp talked of but the i-iren- i made him f 1 ijuite at liens' ti s-e r,.--nthiisiasin t riai.il by Ihe n re f .. r ..f a I'iri-us Iw-inty in town. Iloia .1 T-r- .. from Chieairi 1, w here rvot Ii : tip .--tiit-. t lw aide to ..iiiinati'l but ut-iM." in terest. Then be t ui.llil-rel that at l.out.-eii-rv 1 Vint to the rin.j. v.! s boil 1,1 i.'t ''icy d.i it here? and . r haps jli in ulil lie there. He -aoni-l e to t h- " r 1. It was a i:ttle late when J.w r 4.1...I the tent. He had rant j.n'jt.l .., how many would 1m ahead .f L it. f,.r the siiii'lc liarlw-r'a -ha:r loir how K.t il would take rbe hotel laiotbhi. k t . put a sat ifaetori pls mi his ti.-.. As be enteresl the tent he went il.ni 11 the open siai-e to t he roja-s arnl sf.. rt ne at one end plauced ascntical'y at e i. faee a.s tSo flickeriiip of tin- e-.i s. 1 1 . lamps would allow. Of a t-u.td.-n In-stop-d, rilblied his eyes, and looked apain. Yes. surely that was Marparei. look i tip fairer anil more winsome than e er. a piearinp ipiite out of place a nion" Ihe rustics vi ho surrounded lier ami. wonder of womlers, there was an empty s-at lieside her. In a matter of ten minutes Joe had forced his way lo where she sat and found himself at her side. She apicared if I ad to see him and Joe felt supremely happy as evplan.i tions on Isolli sides were bcinp made -thoiiirh he thoupht it stranpe that she assipned no reason for her sudden d -Kirture from Chicapo. All t tiinps must liave an end and the entertainment came to a close. Joe's rvipiest to "see her home" hail lieen ac cepted ;...d lie seemed to le t r-alinp on air as he- left the tent with the little blind rest inp lipht ly on his arm. As they were nearinp a crossinp and Jos' was openinp up the subject of carryinp tin a c-orresoiidenee a woman's form eamo under the lipht across the way. Mar paret half turned around to po bad. with a "Gracious, there's ma!" looked more closely and saw a iniddle aped woman with a determined-lix.k-inp face hurryinp toward them. She took Marp-iret sharply by the arm and drew her to one side as she said : "I've lieen huntinp for you even -where what made you chanpe your seat? We won't trouble this younp man for his company any further" - with a scathinp look at Joe "I'm ashamed of you, out viith a younp man and your weddinp only three flays otT. I'll lie plad when Frank has you to look after instead of me." And as Marparet was lieinp hurried aw ay from liiin across the street, Joe caupht the pleam of tlie rinp on the lit tle hand that was surreptitiously waved to him. Chicapo News. ' 4.amtHiig In Indlaw Amoripst the Hindoos throuphout Ihe whole of India there is a holiday celebration in honor of I-ukshmi. the poddess of wealth and pood fortune, whereon pamblinp is uniiersally re paroled as a relipious duty. It is know 11 as the fcstiial of lamps, and on that day all classes indulpe in panics of chance with shells, coins, cards, dice. etc.. and ihe future of the ii.dii idtial. whether piMwl or bad. is hniked upon as a fon-cast jf his wealth or poverty durinp the 011 suinp year. The women take a most in tense interest in the prioeedinps ami. if fortunate. exK-nd their winnii.ps in the purchase of sweet-meats and fruits, as pifts to all their friends and rela tions, toys for the small children and fireworks for the lioys, At IScuarcs. th 'ir sacred city, as nipht approaches, small earthen lanis. fed with oil. are kindled, makinp the outlines of every mansioii, ala-e, temple and minaret visible. All vessels in the river are also illuminated; so that the whole city is one blaze of liifht. A 4 hainoli -oottoot. A bandy foot rest is made of heavy felt or chamois skin, the latter pre ferred, as beinp far handsomer than the felt and more adaptable to showy work. If chamois skin is used, select a skin larpe enouph to easily cover the toi, as flawless an-l smooth as jKissible. Cut it in a circle the size wished and finish the edpes in clusters of scallops, an eye let hole in the center of each. The orna mentation on top consist! of sinple leaves embroi Jercd in vivid autumn colors in silk floss, into w hich a plimjise of tinsel is introduced. The top is now ready for use. Have a circular lox made, heavy enouph to keep it from topplinp over easily, and iad it 4 sides well with cotton or hair. O.cr this stretch a width of velvet or plush, a deep preen fir crimson, fastening it in place by tiny tacks. Throuph the holes in the top run a heavy silk cord, lacinp it cross i ise all around the box. St. Louis Republic. la Another Claaw. "Your friend is an aa-tist. I think you said." "No, sir; I did not. I said he drew pietures for the Sunday papers." Phil adelphia North American. THE LORD ADMIRAL'S PLAYERS. They Made m ltrave Showing In th Owofl Old llays of fjuooa IVewa. At earl dawn, the Oxford cxi-rrier liad broupht the news that the iJayea- of the lord hiph admiral were coming up to Stratford out of IxntkD from the) south to play on May day there; avnd. this was what had set the town to buz zinp like a oivarni. For there were ia F-npland then but thj-ee preat com panies, the hiph f-.h.inilierlaiu"a, the faxl of l'embroke's men, and the stape-play-crs of my Lord Charles Howard, hiph admiral of the. realm; and the day ou which they came iuto a Midland market-tow u to play was one to mark with, red and pold upon the calendar of the undent ful year. Away by the old mill-bridpe there were fishermeu auplinp for dace and. -erch; but when t be shout came tlou n from the Ixuidou r.and they dropnl their poles ami ran. throuph tiie wil lows and over the praiel, p'as.hinp and thrasJiiup am-Htt- the rusheis and sandy shallows not to Ire hast when the play ers came. And old John Carter, com inp dnw n the W arw ick r..;ul w ith a load of hay. laid on the l.teJi until pirbaJd Dobbin snorted in dismay and broke into a lim.l w-rinir run to reach the old stone briL-e in tune. Ihe.liMal.t li. r w-iiieu liovi arrriulU' inp mi apain. r,dil.p in double file. I hey Hum.' their Ur iirn tu ll.o lirerr, alel 011 11,.- i-Lali-f il.r M it.. I. ith t lir I butnM iitf 1 I l.rs-a' l...!s, i-aUie by -nat.ti.s i.,- .m. i.l .,f a, I t r iestr uiii 110 r drawn.' hi. ! r li. !.. .wl tipl.t. aa.-l l.-alii if a be .lr. al,d t !- Iuuf?r--i Iaj.ia. a.f a li ,u . 1. r 1 r.. in if 1, lij I I..- tips! . f I - rsa rs t.1 rra. ,m. I k l,.i, l-r. 1.-. a.l ' Ii.rm - ' ru . 1 ... I i...i. 1 1,, i r t a r in Xi.r f r-jir- I'.i i roervi.i.'t I 1 trull .trn ail ' t,.- .iruii.il. r. is. tr.. ir l-t prah. ' a l.ilr - li.. . is, a 1 1 1 u 1 :. t rrr o .1..I it.- hi . : a I I M. t I.C I'f .1. . I... 1 al. I tla inirr tw-liiv-a ..I f lie i,. M.!n,S.v 1 Im-ii a iim- I !..- t-auii r .f tlie .-.sa- 1. 1 . ' . r . t i... n 1 1 ti iM.kt iiiL, .. t..l 11 1. 1. r . 1 1. it , a t. a j. t.ae a 'i a. l ! w-l. I w I. p I be pTr-atc-t 1. no u a T'-- r-l. al.. ..la it w L a paiiali. .tup t-..ii .1 r',.vn.e -a, laarii.p uj.rfi H i...ni,ss.l tlie ain. f U.l lal l.arl.-s lloaarl. b li .utiiiiral of F.np ial.il I i h its 11 al.- Wttsi pjllt iM-lhl- d In 111 witti a ti - .'a tial. hs.ldiu a tret 1. 1 1 11 In. band ami blowuip upwli a sb.-ll. the Int. .11 .t the se:io whuU l!litfai.d ruitsl; tt.s riap w as bripht sea l.liic. The thir.l wa. white, and on it w ,ls a lt d w il.) r"- w ith a iroldti heart, tie- nun, n standard of tlie eoniiui:y. After t !.- flaps came two-score men. Hi plan of Iio- a.lniir:'!. the tirir.p ineii. 0 rooms, h..rse-l.y s titul ervinp knate.. wed uioiit.t-d on ph1 horses, an. I all of them clad in -scarlet tabards blazoned with the 1 oat-armor of their master. I u I heir cSTJai t bey worethe famous badife of the Howards, a ram pant silver demi-Iion: and b-n-ath their tabards at. the side could l seen their jeikins of many colored silk, tiieir sil 1 or-buck led belts, and lonp, thin Sjain ish riipiers, slappinp their horses on the flanks at every stride. Their leps were i-asa-d in hiph topjuHl 1 id i up-lnM.tis of lawny conlovan. with pilt purs, and the housinps of their saddles were of blue with tlie pilt anchors of the ad miralty tiKin them. On their bridles were jinplinp bits of steel, which niade a constant tinklinp like a thousand lit tle boils very faraway. Some had faces as e-niooth as lioys. and were quite younp; and others wore sliariejaiint'sl iieards w itii istiff waxed liiustache-s, and were older men with a tinpe of iron in their hair and lines of iron in their fa.-es. hardened try the life they led, and mine apain were snHwith sbaven. so often and so closely tliat their faces vicre blue with the ln-ard be neath the skin. l'.Ut, oh, Ui .Miiwwa AttwiMul and the ret-t of Stratford l.iyti. they were a dastoinp. rakish, ad mirable lot. with the air of something eieu prealer than lords, and a keen knowinpuess in their i-iiarklinp. world ly eves that made a common wu-eman seem almost a fool lieside them! John. Itennet. in St. Nicholaii. HUNTERS HIT BY THEIR GAME. I Ditaorm W hero Sportsmen Have Kerelnal Severe Itlciwa from Itlrda. Came killed in full llipht has a mo mentum tlu-.t carries it a lonp w ay some times. London Field relates several in stances where the birds have hit the sjiortsman. In one case teorpe Mon ners was shotinp in the woods of I-onp; Island w hen a pr.iuse. driven by lieaters, came flyinpalonp fast and hiph up. He shot, at it. and then, with the other barrel, fired at another bird. Just as b was alsmt lowerinp his pun after the second shot he received a blow 011 the head that knocked him sense less. The prouse first hit had tumbled apainst his head. That same afternoon a wheelman ridinp alonp near the line of hunters i.lmirinp the s-enery did not obsene a !iip black cfx-k till its feathers brushed his head. The black cock had lieen killed and had nearly hit him in fallinp- The ISadminton volume on shootiup tells how- the late Charles I-.slie an kmwked out at the liattery by a prousi he had shot. A stronp hat jiroliably saved him from serious injury. American hunters have hail similar eXierienoe. A man was ridinp along in a wapon some time apo. accord i up to Forest and St ream, w hen soniethinp hit him on the head w ith enouph force to make him dizzy. An unwounded partridpe fly inp throuph tlie woods had hit him fair. Why the bird did not turn aside is as much a mystery as the fact that partridpes sometimes fly apaimtt house sides anil are killed ia so doinp A Royal Rider. Oue-n Henriette of ISelpium. by birth an Austrian archduchess, contin ues, in spite of her snow-wiiite hair ami i-ank as jl prand mother, to occupy her time with circus ridinp. A yearairosh pave in the ridinp school of the trojal palace at HrussoUs a semi-publie per formance, in which the ami herdaus;h ter Clementine put their horses throuph all kinds of faiwy paces and tr'iek-rid-inp with the skill of professionals. Thev leajied their horses throuph burn inp hoops and over flaminp hedpes, and her maj-sty janifwd a j-t horse over a dinner table covered with flowers and Iipbted eandellra. Then she throve a team of ?0-iu-liand, herself mountefl on lier favorite mare. Detroit Free Trees. .3,4su tfJ 317 rl Total... ..7,W7 13 Totals.