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i Advertiinp Rnte. A' M.J : 'IB B tiff Tha large and rel declrculatloo of thoCaK. ua Fut con mens it to the favorable oasideratiou of a.lv. rt,sers who. Uron will be werted at tta folio lc JOW mee: I Inch. S timet " at incli, muDlbi.,. . 3J 1 Inch, fl months".." " " l M 1 Idco l year ...... ............... 2 Inctiea. 0 months " Inches, i Jear......7.""7.7"""7 ia.ee 1 ,9 n,onth - -I..."..". .moDtb, ' S column. 6 months m si Column. 1 year mri'T'TTr a 1 column, e month-... ee4 1 eolomn, 1 year. """""."1111117! I aM . - - 1.200 3 M MIR (-J Fj 1 Mi -di inlr-""':; : ,lrnnc "-. ..n U - ... .,n n s i.n U Ui'i i!,11D l" ' I- a.'. 1 1 . I. mnntl , ,.r fear will w .'. .". or pi inseruoa, Mk. Case (ubscqnent Insertion, fce. per Una a,'.n,',r?u'r Executor a Netleea. ST-io A tin I tnr'a It. n . . jos' .ii tae aPove terms be de ".e t.o Jon i consult tnoii .n tae atove terms De ao .Do Jon I consult tnelr T. ""l"-w - l-a and aiimiar Notice tae ti.r. 'utK,n OT prowatnaiiof any corpora mod or society and c maiunicatloDS dwIiiHM t,H- . t.entl,,n ny matter ot limited or ibT vido.l mterevt mui p,d ormf adTertlfm.aw. .wT nd Job In of ail kinds neatly ast exea.oiimy eiecated 1 1 tba loet prlcaa. lit aon lyoa lorxet It. JAS. C. HASSOh, Editor end Proprietor HK IS A FRERHAN "WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FKKK AND ALL ABB ELAYK8 BK8IDS.' 81. OO and postage per earln advance. T. 'me same "m distinctly " lr . vnu stop It. If SUP VOLUME XXXI. EBENSJ3U11G, PA., Fill DAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1897. NUMBER 8. v1"1;,;.. too snort. I I in ran v ..tin US (.f IIt ..HNpdiiliturcs:-; j;1A0ilM'V FOK KS1HJ Ti:k i liKit- 1.44 .:o.r 7 jo,:.i - 4- 3.714 7-J 7.711 HO I'll- ( ..ii :,.ii. iii..i" i'!t. . 7.'.rj7 13 it r.isrc l.'.l 13 KM N1 4 i Vi r.'. 1 1 1 .ai ii :..4ii x". I . l ) i m i.:. i4 ;,!. i r.7:: m i.h ;'.- i uc:i l. :'.! i7 ,i I'r. .i.irv's '..JO"-' ."lO .'.'..v.' OO 7." lo..V 41 3.".7 '.)", 7-ii ( I lit ll I IN) 7.--.M 4i". and ...ri Ii- n a si ; J.' '.'.) 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Stonycreek tp 11)1 1 1 llir.iiu HarshlHTiier. Uo- !nry lior 42 -7t Thomas (fittings, Cleartield twji 43 :m; Janio Somerville. Suspie- hanii two 117 ' S. W . I.oiilt. I'ortaire l.-or Josei'h A. Wriailit. Siiininer- lion. ?11 Ol S 3. 3s 40 liill In 1 '. .?:.i:t s Total. A SSKTS. 1 o am. mil in hands or Treasurer.? '2ii.,.w 7o To amount tine from ( 'outalles for 1 "'." 3.4xi w Tt amount clue from .'onlat.U'S for Is'.).", a ml previous 543 ss To jndim-nt notes ami mortnaires due eouiity 4.4!tO Total :ir..:5.",4 n 1A15ILITIKS. 2.5;;;i 12 -1).35'.l 5:5 lAiuoiiiit lne ilistrii-ts on Seated from re- and I nseated lauds moiiiit due districts dempt ion of lands. . Total Ml 11 . ..?v23,o-5l. 7'.) ID AMOUNT Dl'K DISTRICTS FROM JL SKATKll LANDS l'Oli ls'.U, 1M AND ls'.C. School. R.i l.oro. Adams twp Slaiidarii H. & T. AssiH'iatiun . . . Slmidaril 15. A Li. Association... 14 52 ? '.1 15 34 ra 12 - 35 41 15 4'.l l'.C, 11 l.Vl 52 lmi Ml .V. 54 77 HI 47 54 4'.l 47 42 25 57 Ml 3S 40 ' 75 IN 35 Ol 213 04 1H2 l'.l 72 il".) 45 37 1 1 1 33 23 22 I... 73 PI 52 171.1 '.iso 4 22 2 27 isl :c S 3S :ii. os 14 lo ID l'7 .12i", 3:4H lo 24 S .",2 i : 3i; 57 i:', is 2.". 3.1 3 3 id 77 .",'.) I VI I. Mi Alieoheiiy t p A.-liville lair 15arr twp Dlai klii-K t t l;atnesla,ro lar I amt.ria l p Carroll t p Chest twp C hest Spl ttiirs 1m, r (. leartield tw p Coopersdale lair Coll. inaiinh tw p Cloyle twp Cressoii tup 1 laisvtow 11 t.or Daie'tor Dean tw p Kat Ta lor Klieur-liuri;. Ka-t wil. Klder twp Ka'st Conemaiiiili bor ( lainiin lair t .allit.tti twp Ilastinirs U,r Jackson twp Jolt rtxfiiti-M fitil Sei-otid w d Font tii w tl Thud wd Six! h wd Se i-nt ll w d Kl'litll w d Ninth wd Tent h w d hlcvcntli wd Twelfth wd Thirteenth wd 1- olirlectil h w d . . . . Fitte. nth wd Sixteenth wit '.)72 SS .V-i'-2 mi 4. HO ))5 Soveiili-eiit.li wd Low er Y outer tw p Llliy hor Mlll'lMer tw p lxretlo I or (VI 11 25 ol 3 15 1 l'J 21 40 15 31 K)7 Hi I'M 211 is, 21) Ill V.) 2i S5 2S so 13 3S 5 li." 37 (is lio PI 03 35 3 ll fs7 311 S7 40 3S4i IS 32 341 22 K7 70 so 1'S 17 3-S 7li 75 4 1 I 1)7 74 27 HI 12 I'l 51 ( 5 70 PMO 2 41 PI !! so 11 122 73 IVS M T..524 2t) M net Ivittc li to uijh First ml Si coiid wd Third wd Fat Ion Imr I'ol'luge tw p I'ortajTi' lar Ueadc twp Spanuier tr suiiiisierliill twp Sniniiierliiil tar South i i.rk lir Stoi.jcleeK twp Siisoiii hanna twp... Tuinielliill lMiroiit;li . I ppi-r mler tw p V est lll.n.t tiol' West 1 aylor tw p Wilnmre tad' V a-li tiLTtoti tw p hlte t w p r.d y. 3.1-mi mi 2',,'.imi 7o Totals .3.5H5 24 l,4ii;Hl7 54ll A MOUNT- Dl'F. ROM CON'STA- I5LKS Foli isl".. Cr. Count v . Dot; .I..-. 1, Ii Wetiilel. Adams low liship ? Milt ll'.liean, l5artieloro l.oroiiii 23S .V, . is s4 34 33 71 111 Iso 2i V 127 M V m 10 .'it 1 23 Is 52 20 mi 142 2D A. .1. Lieli. ISarr tow nship ieph Sti. h, I arrolltow u horoimh II. Kirkpatrick. Carroll li.w n-liip hilip .ill, CheL lowti- lllp Je.-w Nairle, t. learttelil township II. R. McCleeSier. Cone- niauuil town-hip James A. Shechan. t o,.p- r-dale l.orouiili John Finerty, Dean town- hip A.. I. Rao-i-r, Last 1 aylor townshio Loiii Speis:elhalter, (5al- lltlll tHIIOIlSIll - is mi 25 41 31(7 53 41 Mi 207 01 22 75 52 34 4 01 47 07 lol 30 02 SO 30 23 IS'.I (Si 2 JO 43 3S pi 47 40 10 12 73 51 255 HO 32 1 1 31)4 74 Ml OO Jos. l Mevers. t.allltzni low liship r. A. Drio.ier. Ilastinsrs tx.rourii S. 15. lliidePrand. Jack son low utiiu Chas II. W its..lolmsto 11, Filth ward F. II. Sinirer. Jolmstown, Sixth ward James tiallatrhcr, Johns town. Twelfth ward... II. D. l'rui'kard. Johns town, Thirteen! Ii w tird 1 L. tniili, Lilly hor- otiiih - Jno. V. II ess, Morrell ville. Sii-ond ward ... F.art Ril.l.lett. Morn II- ville. Third w aid M . vassidy. M 11 11 s tc r to a uship S. K. Jones, Fallon hor- ouuii Thomas IVCulleu. Foliage ImiIouhIi - ; Jno. J. Myers, K. :id.. township 15. F. lieiisliolT. Losedale lairoiiifh Jas. 15. Johnston, Lox hurv lMiroii'h -- 4 irj 5 4s ('. II., 13 ll" 1. 4 1 (V 41 31, in 21 si 4 il r.i 4." 3.121 s'.l ion 7 1 23 (",2 sh ss S .VI 13 M 10 L 4 1 10 4 43 3 14 4D S7 1) 4 15 s; ..f 1.447 40 Joseph Joll, South hoik iMtroiiiih M. W. Dennett, Spaiirlhr lioroiiifli Jno. lO. Fisher, Stoiiy- l-l'eek low liship A. Keirn. su-Hiiehanna tow uhip A. Keiih, lunnclhill Uir- ouslh ; - Crispin lo r, L' pl'r N later tow nhil) C'r. 5 71 . 12 mi W 71 . f, 44 . 41 . .ill 24 . 7 si . 23 02 A. Smith. Washington 13 04 31 47 1)8 70 42 W) . S1I St) . 13 s4 . 1047 .. 14 40 . . 7 2S .. 15 85 .. 31121 . 2. 5 .. 740 township v. ; 11. tircitory, Westiiioiit lortuf;li - F. Uiht'let, Uirst la- S. 15. li.k-tllWIlSllll)... iH. 1. Fringle, Wilinore borough IXONKKAHONS J 1 86: TU CONSTABLES FtK I J Khody, Ashvltle rtorouvh. 17 5i $ 1 M . 6 60 15 : o ' '1' S(J 4 it I l i" bO 1 1 60 j 7 62 4 T5 j 112 & 3 17 j ;(.- 14 u 01 15 64 3 61 4l 8 47 & 3 1 H3 Toys 3 71 26 V7 Ii "3 41 45 f'3 104 16 6 h7 74 6tf 6 ;14 10 .' 1 6!) 4 " M h 7 -1 47 10 03 39 A ' b il Si 4 -Zi b-JS. 7 St 1 00 77 : l'7" 13 50 2 64 H :ta R vs. 116 :tj 14 7'.) t 1. i.ntle. Allegheny lowa- fhli. Jwti Wendel. A.I huh tWD8lil Milton ll. linon. Haruest.oro Dr. A.J. I.ee, I nrr towuship Jan K. Kuwlaud. lilackllck t'.WDfhlp Lilncoln l.l.pyd, (.'amnrnt tuD- sliip Joseph Slien. Carrolltown I'or- OUklh H.1-. Kirkpatrt 'k.t arroll ion- ship Stephen t'onrad. ".'hest prlnted Ixir.MiKh .... Philip Hi 1. 1'liest t.,wnclil;, .!e!e Nhu te. .l.arheld lovvntnp U. K. Mi-4'lec-.ter. t'oDetuaaK!) townhlp . Jas. A. sSechan, t :tx.be r.lie lior..unh ... .... K. K Ikxlxon. 'res,n towpfhia Jo-eph Street 1'royle towiisiop.. . T. K. Sohnt.ter lo.-yt'icn t-orouuh . W . Henlord. Iile lK.rou:h Ji.hn Kmerty. Iein t'inilip S. M . Snyder, tU.t t'oneuiauh In If (HI I. ........ . A. J Ka --r. Ka?t Tayl.T tlwntllp Joialban Lloyd. KPensharu. rtt ward K. W. Humphrey. Kl.ent.urie, West ward.... Anselra Weaklaud. Eider tow u- slnp L. !iil.lel.rn I , t-ranklin tor ouicb 1. . spnye:haiter. l-illilziu t,r- 1 ucH Jos. I'. Meyers, (lalliuiu town ?hip.... 1' A l"en.i.er. Hsmiuks l...niui;h . s. H. IlildePraud, Ji. ksin twu 'h'p Jottnxtotrn t'tly .iner nauers Flrt ward t..uiir Waiters. Second ward r7 1 J7 s;. :w V.l 5-5 I -t 101 '.'." 126 111 lo7 74 Vt 74 Vi 2il I'll .S3 7 oil S'.l 4S 77 11 67 04 K." .V XS 14 tw : li'l 52 as 'j 2 2l '.tonier Waiter?, I tii.d ward IV W . Heo'ord. Fourth ward t'lia?. H. Witf. Fittli ward F. H. Sinner. S.stu ward -lo-iah Wi'rr.', Seventh wrd. J. A Ans'o.o, titil.tn wall W. II. Ft ort hcrao . ?s mth ward W. Hen lord. Teih ward I K. I.ucr, Klevetllh w.nd . James ttatiaieher, Twelllh ward H. I'runkhard. Thirteenth ward John Monao, Sr., Fourteenth wurd Miclia.-l l. 'uaH. ! itteentii ward W. Iii-iitr.l. Sixteenlh ward lieu. S Paul. SeveDt-ento ward P. 1-1 SuiiUi, Li ly iKirouxh 6 2SI tunene Liiiiuuer, U.reito txirouirh MnrrrllnlU' Horontjh 1.. I. Knots, turt ward J, W. Hos. Second ward H.irt htbl'let. Third ward M ITassi.ly, Munster township . . F Jones, raiton borouuli...... T. I. t'uilcn. rortane tMirouxti Jatues llel. Portaite torn nsiup Jtio. I. Meyers. Kea.le ioiisnip Dec.rice I. I'riis. Kicbland town ship H. S. ItenshoH. liosedale l.or ouiili .las. H. Juhnton. Kox.ury tor otiuh Joe .loi. South Fork h. rouurh M.'VV. Meniien. Spanxler bor ough John K. Fifher Storocrei-k tow n hlp : John Weiuzeioi. Sumuiernill borouje ii .... O. W. SI, earl. me. Satnuierhlll township A. Kvirn, Sus.juehatiiia town ship A. Keuii 1 ui.nt-.Iiiil I' .r iiiuii ... t'rispin lh.er Upper Voder town (ownihip H, J. Schmidt. Iower Voder township A. Sui). h. W aifhinutou township.. s. B. OreKory, Wesltnoi.i bor ouitli H- F. Kibhlet, West Talor townstnp '." 5 81 05 47 5 8 Vi 44 7 il 0 4 a 12 81 76 h'.'i Li; 21 7 '.'4 1.14 61 33 2- 242 14 M 06 Vi 8 45 11 31 Ki 25 79 53 41 78 8 46 8il 48 14 7S 44 7S 3 18 10 90 2 12 ls0 29 2 66 153 70 2 64 2 07 51 28 4 -.3 241115 14 HI 110 38 M.i 15 54 22 41 64 Joel KaM'b , White township J2 74 l;34 tieon. e FruiKle, W lluiore ln,r- ou,li 5 7'.) 345 4S CON- Totals J5.202 CO AMOUNT KFFIVF.D FKM TABLES FOK Wi AM) I'KEMHUS. -'iuaty. D.g. Simon Adams, B acklick town ship I 115 0. 74 10 133 :i6 " 3" 17 i4 3 5 95 90 lui 11) .... 1M) 58 67 11 4 18 29 18 119 67 .... 8 55 10 01 31 20 12 bO 18 OO hi 97 4 K 44 08 20 52 1123 112 14 5 60 10 79 95 13 75 5o 70 ir2 II 94 154 75 35 ) 3a O0 40 S4 Rd 2J 14 is yns 4 ( 7 58 257 10 '213 82 17 32 I9 41 7 s 295 38 1 7o tto OO lli 48 M 51 11 87 C2 0I 2 51 Philip i:ll. Ouest township W. S. Mct.urdy. 1 tx-persdaie bo rough - H. Mclyleesitr. uuuui.iugh township.... H. Met 'leesier, l)aistown lor- oojh Isaac J , Harris. Johnstown, Firf. ward Jno. E. Edwards, Johnstown, second ward Chas. H, Witt. Johnstown, r itih ward Chas. H. Witt. Johnstown, Sixto ward Josiah "Aalent. J,.l.Lowq, Seventh ward James t.allaicher, Johnstown, Twelllh ward... Peter Kelly. Jackson township... Michael t lassui y . Munster towu- smp W.K. Burns. Morrellville, First ward S.E.Joes, Pation borough..... -Jno. E. Fisher, Stonytrreak town- Mill Jag. 1'. Mut-iarreu. South F .rk tM.rouah J.T. Mc(.iuli;b, sumuierUlll nor- 011 gu...... M. v . Bennett. spaugler bor ough Ueo. 1. Pringle, Wiimore bor- 2i ou j - S. B. tireuorv. vv estuioul bor ough James SometTiile, Barnmori borough -. Hiram Hersuberger, Koxtiury tKjrougti i ..... Thus. Oittinics. ClearOeid town- snip - Jauies Souierltte. Susqiiehai.ua 41 M) township - H. F. Kmi.iet, West Taylor townsuto ..... F. H. Howell, Oaili'.xiu horuuti I'had. Deiuxier. Hastings tor itwh F. H. Orove. Jackson township.. Auseliu Weakland, Elder town ship . . lmg. I'or'.age iHirougo.... i.s. A. Wriibi .Po'tag- towuship 43 A.J. Kauer. East Taylor town 10 43 1 (si ship H. S. Bcnrt.oll, i;e.iaie lor- outh ..... J. J. Khirldy. Ashvilie borouga.. 23 13 Adaui Smith, w ahmgtou v.wu- ship... - 122 30 1 12 .18 26 Adam Suiiih. Lilly tT..uio K. (J. Meyers. VVashingt-m town ship - 75 24 73 Urisptu iKiei. Upr Voier town ship - 17 3 Total . 3.7i4 72 O AMOUNT DUE IMSTKICrs FKOM SEA I Ell LN ll.S Fl )K l-'.O 5-il Kod. SchiM. Adams township .... (2.26131 twi 34 liarr towns hit, 93 5rt 61 34 Biacklick township :mi 72 33.3 31 ocein.uiiti township I01.H ss i Cr le township 150 -t) 11766 Oresson township 1I50 I04 on Chest township 757 v. tas 71 Cambrii townshlu 22 21 17 89 I'learheld township 367 12 JW 27 Carroll towns') 1 v 2 '0 2 4o Dean township 809 52 1.47o (".7 Hast Taylor township ... 52 54 77 s.' Eider lowosbli. 111, 16 1h. 05 Jackson township 6rt s f4 sa ( iailiizin townslnp fsu'i 269 74 I,weroder township , 62 43 117 76 Portage township , .. 257 94 3;.t it Keade township 232 98 36177 susijUehanna township 8 40 6101 SuuiuieraiU township 0o5 78 7' is 10 West Taylor township 45 u4 4131 White township 561 43 56343 I Washington township 95 28 loi Upper 1 Oder township 10 3 8 ai H 10 7 43 12 73 10 lo 2 I'.i is 07 Totals J7.332 37 7.419 5i FKOM MISCEL- ri' 1 LANEOUS MiUKCKs I.U. D'rbJ.ex rr ifn-Dowrj , ward. W.n Kline. Johnstown, jsecon.i e xonerated - Cambria Cont.ty oommtssioncrs. inm Dan Jones...... ......... William ImvIs. Ojunsel lor Poor Dirccn.rs Amos H. Mylln. AuJiior-tenerai 1. urths ol Siate tax D. W . Coulter. Sherin James P. M.-ciaren. exoneraiou u H K. Or.ttilh. costs - Edward Knee, lor boarding, prisoners Henry McAoulty. costs Elmer E 1 vis, costs Juo. J Houck.iaxou one ball lot, Has tings iKi-ouh..... Peter lorenz.1. cost p. H. Farren Hae lma,sed on t . Iavi.. S w". lavls, l'roihonotsry.... ... M. D K 1111. costs and collections Jno. C Oates. eosts -- Thomas J . Hughes, Steward- Joseph Sanders J P 1 (j Ltu)d, i'.dgment and interest o' L Ooodwin, J. P. Ironi Adams town- Kicharo"i)VEvM7loT piece ot office case S. W . Kepp, .1 P. ol Stonycreek township VI E.'lHilon, Judgment and Interest Total... - MOH 130S ill 35 22 2d 1 20 AM C NTS Tlt'E HISTKl'iTS FKOM UEMPl lliN OF LAN U School. Koa.l. RE Hor. Aiinwi town'hlp ... AFhvltle l.or.iunb ., Barr township (.auit.rla township Fa-t Taylor townnhlp Flder to'wshlp Mnrrellvllle h.,rouih Hortaite township ... Portatce iKirouifh . Keade township Suuiui. rtnll township. ...... Stonycreek township Wasfiinition townsbio 5 04 t 6 70 a 10 6 :t o 8-0 I so 1 00 2 24 3 07 2 84 6 23 50 2 00 52 12 4 00 311 00 ! HO 1M 1 V4 Totals... 1 15 30 KETAIL fag to $0 HI LlUl'OK "1E tF.1V I IV L1:K1 t;risEs. in cltv at :w i7.i 00 Slxtv tour licences in horo.iirhs at f liw u.6) 00 In town- bins at t! One huh ol same for use ol county . Less treasurer' comuiifslon. 2.4' 10 00 - t3s 000 on 7.S00 00 S 007. 11 00 D1STKT BUTTON OF LlOt-NSE IMSI lilCJ'S. A.I .rns township Aahv ute lM.r-.tuth B .rnesi.r borouKh Barr township famdlinwn tM.rouirh. t'arroll town-hip ...... fhest Si. run:, horouh . .. . ... "best lownsh'i .. 'erneld township i 're--on township.. .. t'royle township I'.ile horoCKh Fast t'oneuiauKh borough ........ Fl ensburie i.oroiiifb Kl.ler to.Dsh ip Oa.i1t7.1n xpiuieh tvaOiir.ln ti.woship Jlastmns borouub .Iickson towfibip.... Lilly boriiuitb J.retto Lower Yodr towns ip Morrellville l.erouith Pitt' n h.. rough Portuvc tM.rouizh I..rlaue township - Kea.le townsl-lp...- Kichlsnd town-hip South Fn:k horouich panicter borough St..ncre-k town-h.p Stun 'n f-r-1 i I Niroinh.... -.. Susquehanna township Tunneluill borouith w a-tilrtton township Wilinore lK,r..uith Johnstown Ctty FUN U TO . .. 57 CO 22s on ...7 312 tsj .... 57 00 t)70 l-O 57 no 11400 57ial ,. 114 OO 342 00 5.7 00 114 i) ?42 ll 456 oO 11IOO 1.020 on 67 u . .. 912 no 57 HI 014 I) 114 00 U4O0 114 INI 4.VI HI 57H OO 114 1") 22 0O 57 0O 342fs 221 OO 1WOO 312 ("I 57 Oil 228 00 .. . 114 OO 114 IS! ... 20.520 OO . . ..f29,40 no Total s ;hkki' fund. Vr Or. To balance tn treasury $ 27ii f,2 To amount ot duplicate 2.113 fa) To amnrnt received Irom .on- stables lor 1 s'.iS and previous 2V" 24 tocoiimy orders pal.l By abutment to tan.ayers on 7s2 il By exonerations to constables... By amount due from constables. By Treasurer's cominislion on 1.070 OO at rive per cent Bv balance in treasury January 23 l. .7 Bv amount transferred to coun ty 1,070 in :t 10 315 4 317 61 .' 3 55 200 no 6IH 02 Totals 2 fil5 M 12.615 20 U1MJMENTS DUE COUNTY. J Ellxibeth A (leorjrectux , 4S 17 John K McUloskey et ux 87 67 H J Hertx.g 14 02 Albert 'rook and F.N. Bnrk 25 :;7 John Yamnnzsky and A t m Yamnltzsky 4:$ 11 B J. r.l.-Feeley and A. Ferrell W 55 M ctiaei m.nihue.M. J. Donohue. and W. J. Carrey. 35 P9 John l-'ivley and Felix Kivluy 78 79 John Vogte 39 W Jolin Lin.lelK.Tit 154 74 .I.S 11 Ipps and Jonas Baum 14148 W. D. Bo ar. l and loseph M. Boland 59 72 John vv . Miller 32 90 F. .1 Luni-lue 262 99 L'irer.7-1 HaspTiftltig 76 19 .l;.uie 1). McMu.ten. 4tt .3 Wash t Si. tMalr 117 97 Conrad Block and Malinda Block 27 32 Augustine AlcCon ne! il J imn H. MctJon- nell. Ciithurlne McConnell. ....... l'4 08 H. F. Kagcratnl Charles McKeel .9; Li77.ie Idling :t-i8 03 John A. Noel and J. M. Enzbremer 6.144 H U. Scnnton - 82 45 F. H. Buck ... .Mi 00 Ed.Connary 481 John Kenar.t and M L. Leary 71 39 Jaiues H. Clark 27 51 James B.Clark and Edward Clark........ 61 97 l.ou Sw unh art and H . Conrad 2141 Joe 1 .out her Johh (4rogan. and P.J. Si. inter 49 94 W. J .Van Seoyoo.O L. Van S.s .yoc, M. L.-Olwsgnw, and W. E. i lasgow lK.i.H S. E Jones W F. Hobinson. and E P. McOnrtniek 347 10 Peter HotTiiian. Elizabeth H. tluian and Emanuel Smith... - 3. 95 Andrew Penska and Annie I'enska 48 23 lohn W. Hess 5V) 6D E B. Mci:rtney, Iavid rallenn.and W. C. Sxton 1000 A. .1. Heikev and William C Horner . . 297 92 Isaac .1. Weak laud an.1 John J We1.kl.1nd f65ol f. f. Miller. Erharl Oeisier; and l-rancls Valini- . 449 31 William KUIen and 1 W . Angus 106 23 Augustine MeConnell, 1-. A, MctJonlgle, uid Caton leahey 157 01 Total.. ft 430 25 TNsUKANCE ON COUKT HOUSE. North British, of Ixindon. on furniture.., 1,000 00 N..r-h British, ol Londcn . .n Court House 5 000 00 Contini ntal. ou Court House - 5 WW On Cnntitieiital. on lurniture.. l.onOOO London Insurance corDoratton. on turul- tnre 1.000 00 I .on. ton Insurance comoratmn. on lourt House S Wo 00 Oueen ot America, on Court House lOO-aiOi 1 1 iieen id America, on f urn it ure 1. 000 O0 Si.rtna tiarden.ol Philadelphia, on fur niture - 1.01000 Snrlni' O.-'.ien. ol I'h iladolnh la. on Court House 2 Sis. no Amer. can Central, on Curt House .. .. 2 500 00 American Centra!, on tui-niture 1 00 J 00 Ainericau Fire Insurance company on Curt Houe SOoOOn Fire AssiK-ntlon. ol Philadelphia, on Court House 5 000 00 nent. on Court H-use . 5 000 oil 'rient. on lurn itnre l.Onooo 2 91 North America, ol Philadelphia, on lur niture LOW 00 Norih Axerica, ol Philadelphia, on Conrt House 5.000011 Northern Assurance company . ol Lon don, on lurmlure l.otsino Teutonla. of Ailrgneny , on lurniture l.ooono Total - rt.).e00 60 Oivk uder our hand at the Comml-sloners' Otli.-e. Ebeust.urg. Pa . thl2th day of January, 1,97 A o. A. L M1LTEN BEKOEK. P M LAWKF.N IE, JOHN tJlTIlNOS. Andlt.irs. 8 4 23 41 25i 24 UN KECEirrS tP KXrKNDITURKS 4r lor anil Hne ot t'mplo jr ment ol Cainbtla rnniity for IS. F. H BAKKFK. Tbksi-hkr. In Account Caui'.Tla County Almshouse. EXrKNDITl'RIM. ( lid orders 102 372 4so 813 138 4.1 342 42 5oo 150 240 241) S5 124 311 M6 164 105 1 .V 1 91 55 80 15 327 1 145 17 18 .. Clothing and dry goods Incidental expenses ( triK-eries and prov Isioes Furniture and carpets a heal and hour - - 1 nsu ranee.. .... ........ . ..-... Steward Matron .- - Servants ........ Farmer - Machinery and repairs.... Justice and Constable lees. .............. FerliliZT Meat Hardware Tobacco . ... Dixmont Insane Asrlum - Wernersvtile Insane Asylum . Warren Insane Asylum Mercy Hospitai - Expenses ot Poor Dinctor to Anuual onventlon at P.fsburg. An-'Uil dues to Ass'n Children's Aid Society - Lumber . .. Dr..gs -- Keport to state Board ol Charity It aeens -vare.. .. ........ ........ ... KlacKamlthing... .. ..... 181 37 1 20 28 54 781 69 4,795 92 115 47 I 55 19 114 50 Hi 71 4- 40 64 1 9a 33 :5 6 tO 166 31 752 49 39 53 1 22 5 no 720 23 1 00 Livestock (Jersey bull) jil..r .. 1 .1 er hire - Minister's services - Out door paupers - Burial ol out door paupers. - stationary and printing;... .... Co I Phys-ciKO lor Almshouse Physician for out door paupers . 8.155 2 OO 4 00 02 00 .927 13 Total. 18, 96 HOUSE OF 18fi2 f-i 00 SI 24 .$101 87 gTOOK ON FA KM. Four head of work horses, 14 rotten cows. 3 brood rows, 72 chickens. 1 Jersey ball, 1 boar. PAKM PKODUOTS. F.lwhtv tour tons of hay. 000 bushels ol com (ears ) 4 bushels ol millet. 107 bushe's ot oats. 73 bushels 01 wheat. 172 bushels of rye. 68 bushe's ol buckwheat. 8:14 bushels ot potatoes 2 080 beads ol cahbav. 40 bushels ot onions. 45 bushels ot ru ta haints. 75 busnels of turnips, 15 bushes ot carrots, 35 bushels ol red beets. JILLEUON FA KM. Two thousand sovet. hundred and ninety-two pouuds id beef. 446 pounds ot veal, 0.059 pounds ot pork, 860 pounds ot lard. "SI ANUFAtTUKEDON FAKM. Nini barrels of sauerk'aut. to barrels of soft soap. 3 barrels of cucumber pickle. 5,150 pou ds of butter. 145 gallons ot apple butter. 114 ir of tomatoes. 12 ar of strawlrrles. 40 jars ot black berries. M.) jas ol pears. 10 jars of plums. 18 jars ol chow. chow. 12 jars ol sweet Dickies, lo gallons of snlced enrs. lo c. lions of jellies, lo gallons ol piccalilli 2U3 men's shirts. 22 men's drawers. I4U apron. 115 dresses. 34 skirts. 14 nightgowns, loo chemise. 44 drawer. sunhonnel. 2 shrouds . 2 children's coats. 32 children's dso. 7:1 pieces Infants clothing. 4 table cloths. 75 roller towels. 20 tea towels. 134 sheets. 91 pillow slips, 4 bed baps, 12 ticks. 10 bolsters. "J NM ATES. Inmates remaining In House Tan. 1,1890 93 Ad milled dur.ng 1890 ..... Mil Born during year . . 3 I led during year 10 Discharged dunug year . . . . . 04 Deserted during year 2 KemalntnK In House Ian. 4. 1XV7 ...... 104 Adults, ma'e 05 Adul'S. female .............. 35 Children ........ ..... 4 Averaga ter month.HHM .... ....... 1 02 Foreigners . 51 Natives 53 Meals given to tramps ........1.820 JAJIES OF DECEASED. William Koherts. Martin Chicago, Isaac Jef fres. Owen Met! vern. Daniel Alien. Michael Kyin. Eilia Flemtntng, Peter Pulankl, Lucas Kodell. Oeorge Teco. William t'lark. Frank O esse. Mara aret Carl, Tony Oallow, John Mour ice. John Khoades. JNSl'KANCE PtJLlCIES. Fire Association of Phlladelphta on house 3 000 oO l-anibria Mutual on house and machin ery 3.000011 Phoenix company, on storeroom ..... 550 0(1 Phoenix com nan v. on furniture 1.5oo 00 lleiman.nl Hituliunt. on hospital and lurniture 1. 000 00 Etna Insurance company. 03 hospital and boiler - 2,0o00o ivorth America e mnany. on barn and wagon shed - 1,7W 00 Orient. 1111 engine house and ntturee..'.. 5oo 00 t aladnnia. ol Scotland, on bouse and contents ol barn 2 725(a3 Soringheld. on bouse and c -u tents ot barn 2.725 0(1 Continental, on Inrnltu-e 1.5o000 North American, on engine and pump.. 600 0 North American. on house . 3.00000 Total. 23 700 00 Oivrn under our hands at missioners' olfice, Ebensburn, the Oountv ttora- Pa. . this 28th day ol January, a. i ls'.'T A. L. MILTENBEKOEK. P. M. LAWKKMIE, JOHN OiriTNOS. Au.litorH. BEAT THAT ALL HOLLOW. He Could Lone Anythini; AccordniR to ilia Story. The man with the corduroy vest was Ii llintc he story. He said he was t!icr when it hnppcnci. He litis t liert'iut:i tioo aiiioii his frientls of ha:i' l el: at eveiy iiii ortaiit. event since t hi-la 111:- no- of 1 he ark. Any how, t his is hat he sanl: "I was over at the theater last n'trht ami was stn tuli ntr in t he loi.tiy wait ir.ir lor si.nie friends who were p-oii-jr x. il ii me to see tin- show. Two men, ltli of w ht.in had I'ccn ili inlvino;. came in. Ot of t'.ieni. the more unsteady one, v yl. hhtl 1111 to the box ofliceoml hiiuirln two seats. lie lo.-t the tickets bet x ecu tin laix- ifi',cc iinil the tlour. "When thev cot to the iloorhcc- r anil were nskinl for their l.icl.ct.s luc man v. iio h;:il louijht them lx-pan hunt-ir.'j- throurjli his MK-ket4 ami lookii!.fr hopt lcs.- ly into his hat. H is fr.cr.il t n c niraj-'i l li:ni vsitli liiatitllin atlvicc am! 'iiially t ho doorkeopiT tihl t!i tii pretty sharply to hurry up and let other people in. "UVnrt h it, replied the man who hail lost the tickets. 4 'W hy not ? arketl the tloorlvcepcr. " I losh my tickets.' "'Why, you couldn't have lost them. I saw you buy them two miitiM.-s ::"-. You couldn't have lost two little lilts of p.istlioanl like that ko quick. "The ticket lot-cr was ery iml:irnant. lie lookcil as sternly as he could at the !Hrkt -per. Th'n he said: "'Oh. I couldn't losh Yin. coii'tin't I? I couldn't Irish 'cm. Thash all ou k now "liont. it. I crin't losh any'hin". 1 l.s-h 1 li.iss drum once." IlulTalo Kxprcss. Flah i oonil nn I-ancl. A very curious species of fish xvhicii lives on dry land for ten months in the tear was recently discovered by Dr. Sua rtl in the N'ioro dist rict of the French Soudan, some 5M miles from the coast. This fish lielonirs to the familv cfF".i- luri, 11111I very much resembles t! e ("larias. It lives in the mars-hes w hici; arc formed durinp; the two months of rainy season in that zone, ami after that time it hides iu holes in the "round, which the fish leaves nt nine to search for its fond, consist iitfr main I v of millet seed. Dr. Suard nainetl t !i is fih the Clnrias Tiera, and describ its appearance, which tlitTcrs frcin tii" Siluri mainly in the nmjilicr of barbs, of which the newly-discovered has eiirht, all of which are strongly d.- eloped. This species difTers from the African mudfish, Trosoptcras. in that it does not close itself up in a capsule dur ing the hot and dry season, like the latter fish, which remains in a condi tion of femi-catalepsy during summer. The Clarias. T.azcra only hides during the hottest hours of the day. and is o-.t on dry land every nijrlit throughout the year. St. Iiouis Cm lol ie- Democrat. A Snap Sliot- A little chili! often not only lead.", but muses by original descriptions of or 'miry events. Says the Pittsburgh Chronicle: A judpe's little dauphtcr. vho had attenditl her father's court for V'.-" first time, was very much interested 1 the proceedings. After her return '.ome s.i'e tohl her mother: "Pppa iruule 1 stnech. and several other men mndc ,1 et hes. to 12 men vxho sat. all to--ether. and then these 12 men were put ,n a dark chamber to le tlevcIoied." with 57 81 35 01 35 91 181 00 mi CO IS) irt 49 84 92 2K 99 tat 80 5 89 t IS) 13 46 OO 181 07 4.. 32 3M i: 55 Life In Spain. In Spaia constitutional indolence, crtile foil, and a magnificent climate I ;!.ir.e to make life one lonir dawdle. . T-r! -y th- natural thrift and indus , . f t'i"e real Turku-h population are tr.'vzcd into idlfixss an.l apathy 1V :e horelo-n-FS of winning anything . rth liavinpr wliich will not le at once stolen bv oflicial corrujition. 75 U0 21 50 3 on 01 57a 10 34 29 3.17 53 316 25 897 50 2 77 MOUNT Pl'K POUKJ-ANI)-KM F1XJY MENT. P. McOonKh Poor District of Haupbln eonnty E. A. Marsh Total THE "SIMPLE" MAN. It used to seem so sad to see the children frither round With him n-playlnpr marMes kneelintr with firm on the crouml : Rut when their tops vere sidnrinff and yo'i heard their arrows wh!z. No voice amonjr trie youngsters' was as happy!it;e as his Not one of till the l-oys there could a let ter whistle malte Than thor so deftly fashlonecl Ty OlcJ Jtid Drake. rtarefTotl. pray and wrinkled, lolllnp throuuh the summer day. He nrd to seem so jolly when he Joined them In their Hay: lie won Tom Culver's Vhincys" which he Inst to Cr-.nrijo Ptone: He fotic-M with Charlie UarkT for a hall he Ihoupht his own: A man In vr ars nr-d stature, hut a hoy st ill. rntnrht eetil.l shake The honesty and justice of Old Jtid Drake Ah. me: sometimes T wonder If it wasn't just as v.-M!' He m concerned so little In the matters that t.cf. 1!: His lif wns smooth and placid, freighted with the childish J. ys Thnt eamo from the championship of vll- laire iritis and ! oys: An 1 I. who won his marLlcs even now I sometimes take A stealthy, wistful plance hack to Old Jud Drake. Ills pmve Is It the churchyard, where the sun in summer smiled. And row 1 deem he war-dors hand In hand with ome sweet hi!d. And that the voonr-r anxrels pather with him throu"!i heday. And as v.-e used lo under Join him jrayly in his ;.lfiy. For well h" I- ved the ehildrvn, and I know his heart would hreak If no child in I leaven eame to play with Old Jud Drake. Chieapo Ili-cord Mil. WILLIAMS' ECONOMY. "Did it. ever occur lo you that little VicUr is petti! g- to be ti.atly three years old.''" inquired Mr. W Hiatus, lool.iiipr up fr-dii the newspap r which he had not leen rcmliiio- f,r live min utes. "Well," said Mrs. Williams, "as we have been eclebrat insr his birthtlay cerv month since he was six month--o'd, and as we t,bs riil il wickK" up to I hat time, I supase it wouitl be lather (lil'iii-ull for 11. e not to remember the boy's :;.'-. Why?" w'tii some m: cern. She had half an idea that he was thiiikinir of some wonderfully advan taircotis scheme for the little one's Im-ii-i-lit. "Well." said Mr. Williams, "it seems to me that we oupdit to be calculating tiMn his education. "Oil. my." his wife cried, latiirhinir. "Why. he isn't old enouo-h by three years even to pa to the kintlerirarten." "I didn't mean to send him at once." saiil Mr. Williams, lookinp: proudly at his olTs;irinp:. now cnpjifred in the hiph !v educational pursuit of buililiii"; a miracttl 111s sort of tower out of his blocks, and knocking" the ctlMice down :Mid then htuo-hinp; "-leefully. "Ofcotir.-e he's to.) you up for that, but it seems to me 'hat we otto-ht to ln-pin ro itlinp' for the future. We omrht to start iu t.i iay by a fund for his education. I wan: him to attend collepe and all that, and of course that costs money, anil possi bly misfortune micht come just at th" t!i::e when we wanted topive him edu cational atlanta":cs, antl if we didn't hate a special fund to draw upon the child would have to po throuph life il literate." "I don't think there is any danper." Mrs. Williams started to say, but Wil Hams interrupted her. "Sometimes." he declared. "I am ashamed of myself for my sjiendlhrift habits. ICvcry little once in awhile I ;mii confronted by the itlea that I am (xtvinir the way for starvation for my family ly pai.derinp to the needless lit tle vices- which have prow 11 up around Inc. I ncer tleny myself any thinp. and some time " 't)h. you're a dear old poose, anil yoi haven't any vices at all, and we shall tret nlonp nicely. Don't pet blue alMiut not hinp." "I'm not blue; but look here." lie drew a paper from his Mcket lxx.k a paper coxcrcd'w ith fpnres. Present :tip it to his wife, who was alwaxsap I'alhtl at lh" sipht of matheniatical dis plays. and never could pet at the bottom of them, he said: "look at that. "What is it?" she queried, helplessly. "Tin- compound int-.-rest on the ab stract to the trusl ileed of our house?" "It is shavinp. p'oomily. "I would not have believed it myst If. I5ut 1 fip iired it up on the train to-day. and it lions an appallinp condition. I have squand'Ted in the last 15 yen"s $70.r,ii :n shavinp just plain shavinp. com mon 15-eent shavinp. No f rills to it. No mustache cnrlinp or anythinp of that sort. Isn't that scandalous, and all th time that loy not knowinp where the money was poinp to come from for his education. "liut." said Mrs. Williams, "he wasn t born until three years ::po. "The theory is just the same. her husband insisted. "It is a ieiotis w aste of money and I am poinp to -orrcct it is far as 1 can. "What are you poinp to do? "I am poinp lo shave myself and Tpply the money to a fund for little Vic tor's forthcominp education. I can do it." The next day Mr. Williams came home in hiph elation. He had several bunchy-lookinp liltle bundli s in his overcoat ockct. and. imloadinp them on the dininp-room table, little Victor, as is the custom of sjieculative children of his ape, pladly seized upon them, cry inp: "Papa b'inp me this! Mr. Williams, who had le n happirp up Iris overcoat nt the moment of the scizi;re. came ru--.hinp in from the hall like a full-back rushinptopet a punted Kail. "Heavens and earth! TTelI cut his hand ofT with that razor. Grab him!" he called. The baby had lieen howlinp ly rescued from imiiemlinp calaniity. Sir. Williams then explained the nature of his purchases. "This. he said "is a mnp. Tt cost a collar, but seven shaves will avc it back lo mo. This brush cost another dollar same reckoninp. 1 lie strop cost me $2.50 and the siong'e 73 cents. The shavinp soap "Oh, now, Harry!" Mrs. Williams in terrupted in triumph. "Now I can teil you where von wasted money for al! your pood intentions. I boupht a whole c.ise of soap at the department store the other day, and Ida. ays it's just mapnificent. You can scour with it. too." ' . . Mr. Williams tried to explain tli.it there was some difference lie ween soaps, but she declared that hers mad--rust as nice lather as one could wisp, .ind the only difference, she said, v.r- that he. had jiaxl about 50 times much, projiortioiiate to quantify. as a slie hail. "I had to pet the lest of the per manent and tinchatipeable thiiips-." Mr. Williams said, evadinp the stiap ques tion, thouph he. knew he was riirht. "The strop. spjnpe and mnp. you s ... cannot, suffer much chanpc by tin,. Hut I saved considerablv on t he raze v. for I reasoned that you can t-harp n .- 1 razor every time you shave, anil so it i ; nseles; to buy a costly one. I paid -i : cents for this one, antl I am sure it v. i.i answer every purpo.-c. The bav run; i and other thinirs " ! "tlh.are there still more things t-ne .' I didn't know tin process .f s!.a n.i.' was such a complex one. I thotipht al. that was neisled was somethinp sharp eliouph to pet the Ward olT." "Well," said Mr. Williams, dul.iouv).. "I will confess that I thotipht t i . but the fellow reminded incnr:i!; 1.1,1 t hi nps. ainl, sure etiouph. I rcmei'.! -ere 1 that they were iicccstsary. Hut i :i few weeks and they w ill nil he . ;.i 1 f. r. anil then every time 1 shave after t hat 1. will le clear profit. Think el su'w: -that much money for the liem-tit of 1 1- 141 by," and Mr. Williams pathornl his otTsprinp up tunl rapturou.-ly ki-:-il him. The next niorninp Mr. W'illian's sla rt -cd in on the work of economy. I e pro cured a handplasK and lump it to the wall, only to lind when he bepan op. 1a tioiLS that the plas; was invariai : , en the wroiip side of the liplitand I.i- h nn' iihvavs shaikd his face. His lather seemed t; be n liictant and atcry al but tU:-e v. ere minor evils which eon .1 lie rt 1. e;1 cl if lie only h;td time, whici he ditin'l. f.ir his train w:is due to I. ae in h'. If :m I. cur. He lathered on in liquid .1 . fur several minutes, ami tlit n i. d hostilities w ith his be.ird. Th: re i. 1.0 cause for descrip'ii''. ol the horrible half-hour which foli- wit!. Men who have never learned to shave and who try it know how the thinp works, and noiiody else would creilit a fr:u-tk)ii of the true story. Mr. Wil liams liscocrcl new anplcs m his countenaiH-i anplcs never befi-re ie vealeil to human eye. He font 1 th.: his razor, althouph sharp cnottph t, perform almost any mirach-in ii:owii.p positively balked at his tuo-iia,. oh! stubble, and when he did sttecee.1 it choppinp olT a tlozen spikes at :: s. ii:;.' sweep it was a ictorv achii veil t lirotir". iIoimIs of blood. He pulled the r;ii" and pushed ami workctl it cros.-v. ' 1 aiul pave it every motion to which the arm is a possible contributor, si'.tl i-t cr moment a new -mart inp sci.ss.t i -n v. :.. the n-pister tf a new "pin! ii.p." Ho' it was not until he had worked his way down from the cheek to the chin thai the full measure of his contract oc curred to him. There the blade, tie tied by the stumpy beard, lunp. d and plunped and the uprootiup sensation was continuous and fearful. l'.ut he was panic, antl ten minutes after his train hail left he rushed from the house, jrcteiidinp to be in Co bip a hurry to catch the next train toetop to kiss his w i fe. The next day Mr. Williams tried ii a pa 111. He made another effort the lollowinp lay. On the fourth day Mr. Williams sneaked into his former shop it: Cliiea- po. ami. approachinp his favoritt- lar IhT. said: "'a1. I have In-cn t-havir.p here so lonp 1 thotipht I'd brit p m mtip in. And while I was at- it I con cluded to buy an entire outfit for von to use m me. Here's the razor and the strop." He hojel that I'd would not know the truth, but tiie barlT. lotikinp at Ii s harrowed face, understood. When Mr. Williams hatl pone the other la:ler pathered around in an awed fashion to look at the razor. Mrs. Williams is a wise woman. So w ise that she has never mentioned the Little Victor Educational Fund since the d:iy of its iiicipiency. Cliicap.i Uccortl. CHANCES OF MARRIAGE. Things for t he Vnnnt; ;irt tad Sploter to Ponder O.rr. What useful kimw le!pe tlie fuctscon wrniiip m-'irri:ip'e and ape constitute for women w lio are nnnuurrn-d! T1im" ch-axly intlicate to the wonnan wlvs. :iie is from 2d to 24 that she shaJI par ticularly favor the at.teuti.in of meii from 20 to 24, or 25 to 20. She had lest pay iartieul:tr attention to the former, liecause; tin-sterner s-x marries much nrirc. freqiwMitly at that ape than aft r rvaehinp the apv of 25. S a spinsoer lroni 25 to 2'. yetrs old 1k the surest clio'uv of men aped fivwn nil to iV4 an I ?.5 to 30, the ftrmcr prtui sujiplyinp the 1MT cliance to her. Out of every HXt wi.nsn on the aver age only ::2 n-main unmarrietl. . Now." then. Irow is it as tn what mty lie ctultvl tlie siKtrrfcip-e eombinai ions'." Naturally tl-e are only four in i.um Ur .widows and wid.avrrs, baciiei r, and maads ami vice versa. The 'a." shows that 5 onit of every le- " rinp'H are those of tlie lK-hel r ... '. maid and tliat tlie liaclielor i.a i tie w illow rarely wcsl. This is by noiuciu.:. to lie. const rucI. how eves-, tlsat tii widow is uroular. On theeontrar;, slie holds iwsr own with the maids, ap parently without, difficulty. Tlw re is, in tJn'st" moikrn da.vs, upparentJy as much cause for takinc- the advieeofthf elder Mr. Weller to LTrt as ev.-r. N. Y. Journal. Ilancr'nc THrturp. No picture oupht to be hunp hipher than the heipht of the averape human eye when the ow ncr of the eye is stan.l inp. It is the most universal rule in our houses to harp pictures much alove this level, and they cannot le enjoyed there. If one hanp :ictures with the tietermination to place them so that they can lie easily seen and enjoyed without stretchinp the neck iu the least, or stoojiinp the liody. he w ill lie pretty sure to do well. N. Y. Times. Keeplns; Isalm Water. Kain water should never lie kept in coj'Jht or lead lined cisteru . as the: coi tained carlxHiic acid and other-pt'M-s jiowerfully alTeet thes. iuet;ils. Vt ry pure rain water will icmovez.nc coatinp from paitanized iron. 4"hi ci:p Tribune. BLOODHOUND TRACED A BABY. After Searrhrrs Had Failed, the AatlsnaU let Them to Its Dlaeoverr. A few days apo Dertha, the pretty f .iir-ye.ir-old daii.rhter of John t Put nam, of the little settlement of Mill Villape. Vt., tlis;ippearcd. All the neiph '.Hirs joincl in the search for hex. Nipht ami .lay the hunt w as cont inued. but not a trace of the little one could hedi covered. The jKircnts were in despair. It was feared tli.it the child had Iweta kidnaped. Finaily the father, in dea p ration. snpo-ot, ,that the state blcHxl 1 ound Pilot ci.i: l find some trae?. Anxious to do :)! vthirp that would in tin" least reiieve 'he father's mint!, the 0, !icials t.M.i, ti c -lop to Mi'.l Villape. The dop was t'n n piven a tiny shos- tint had lecn worn by t he ch: id Uie d:y 1. -fore she ! :xr j' - ared. T'nV; he held in hi nn nit ii fot a in' i; UN-. Tin 11 lie dropcd it ptid sniiT 'd the a r. lie seemed pu.r :"!eI. and tii.- ktr-ov, inrr ones were lepiii- n p.rj to remark that lliry knew tin i.-miid woutd riot U'l.tany 11-. It n-aliy sei-m. d as if ihe cnimal ttiidi-rs-toiKl their v. or.Js, for he sudden ly put his mis- t.i lh-' proiind and was iT like a slu.t. dr:iitrtrp his keeju-rs ; fti-r li'm. fin 1" -went, erosisinp roails, fieltls iiri-i tin.'wr stretches, until lev reach. d "D. vii".- Camji." a jxiint alvut :' miie ladow Kii'iatid. v. lien1 tiM're i a 'mail niiil streaiu. Here the aii'-mal -udd.-Ti'v bronp'it up at the cilire of t h water, srmo cue lonp bark, and re-fu-.-d t.i furtVer. Then tin- men out 1o work. They pm-i-'tre.l hMks and juiYs. and the li of ihe stream wns thorotiphly tsarched. AH this i"me !"'l.t st.Mxl by the water silk-, thoinrh attempts were made' to .Inn." hi 1:1 away. 1". ir 1 he first t ime siucc be had l-en in the slate he refused t in y the toiee of his keeper. Toward nio-ht the lly of the m:ssirvf c!:ild w-v f und. As it v ;.s ilrawn to the shore P:i.it spranp f'.rward. took the slimy dress in his mouth ami. rais'nir the. child as 1r-nler!y as thourrh it had liorn in its mmJu r's arms, trotted back to the house, the lor.ir line of searchers follow ilia-. N. Y. Heraid. PERSONAL MENTION. kc.'ir AdtiigTid Penrti.se-Fitzperald. of the Pritisii navy, is now ci.puped on a biopraphy of t he late Vice Admiral Sir (ii.rpe Trjun, hie life wa4 a very i-M'iit fill ine. An Italian named (."orzetto has in vented an ;i;ianitns which enabled hint to remain under water Is hours. Ow inp to 'an aeeident to tlic apparatus, ht.wever. "lis- cam- near l.-inp asj.liyxi ated. The most le.irin'd of musical compos ers was Wtuyincr. He w:;s equally preat as a inusiciaii. jo t. manaper and ".u .:uc'or. IPs Hicrar, t!i-orctieal an.l . iii 1 otcrsial works tii.-play immense eru.lit ion. Ia a sp--ch mar" at the close of h'-s I'.altirt.ore eiipitp-n-j;t .losepii .lelTcr si'ii took occa.-ion to tleny with em j ha.sis the rumors that he was lued tat i;.p an jKiunetl iat' retirement from the st ape. When the czar, on his reemt visit to Paris, jiresentcd M. Hri-sson with the St. Andreas onk-r the luturcut t;ff his laueh-'heris!iel lot p leard lx-canse it f-oncealed tin- order (which, is worn around tlie neck) from view. Sir Arthur Sullivan can now cs.nt ti.ait 1 $i!.jiHi tlown for ie Mnp. while from "The Lost Chord" alone it is said that he iias n'aliz. d over f.'D.OiM). Sit.'. Tosti. the coniMser of "Forever ant Forever." whose first manuscripts wervj ".k-clined with thanks," can now com mand $1.2jii for a soup. THE BtD OF BEDS. moriHi of tbe (ouch Mad of Rvaths la Camps In tbe Wooda. There are beds aud ln-dt. but none is so comfortable, so restful, or ao in tfrestinp as that which the hunter. ;-sb rii.fwi. it plain ran.p r-eut maJxes for hhnself from tae. l-upbs of rver irr i'ccn trees in t :.e foresia tif Maine, t anasla. or any of the ot her pnivt hunt inp rcpions alonp the noil hern lorder. This Ud. made of slnw-t trimniii'P of twips form tlie spruce, cedar, hem lock or balsam, or nil fr toirerheK consists eniirtly of the "feathers" oi the trees, tiV" six-inch outshoot.s from ' ranches, with 1h 1 Ium" e:id uj. laid painst a j.rve-tni e tnindi sajdinp. -1 that the head may have a pillow. As the twips st..nd nearly erect the 1 ed is fo.ir w fiv- inches ih-cj). ai d a ! iankct spread over it y'n Ids an(t -prinps back as one roils over it. Th ! ,m1. wide in n;r:ion 10 the numlier jrsons to use if, rwi l seven feet ltmr. i as fluiTy as a haymow, and pive- t'-irth a scent tit s:w liia-s nd heal- l lie's sense's and Itfuly. Put the boN-h let! is pvttii r less n '.ess used. Hotels and fancy cottaar eamps with sjirirr Ih1s and linea sheets am sjotvly suivrsa-dir.p the ol l i tvle hmiN r's lcd 1 .-cause of tlu- d f-1--u!ty and 1 other of p-ltii tr a T vv be 1 et cry trip. It will be a lonp t ime, lrow cvr U'fon !ilsc:n Uuch pillow sccasa to I tisi.-d in oven the most aristocratic of hunters' lodpcst. Apple Imlntlra. The plentiful supply of ajqiles this season, w it h its natural corolla! cheaj-r.c-s. should make this healthful fruit in common use in every househo d. Physicians consider apj'les a febrifupe of preat value iu the autumn and early winter months, when they aie in their jarfection. and when the insidious fevers are most ajt to lie in wait for their victims. For breakfast and luncheon the fruit may le served in ils natural state, but at nipht. p,irticular Iv if there are children in the fam ily, it slum Id la cooked. The list of ap jMtizinp dishes that may In- prei-an-d front apples runs from the hoii-Iv. but very pood, when well made, brown IVtty throuph a long ranpe of cnstanls. ptiiiduips, jKistries and nicriiipties. Antonp these ajijile sikw may 1- men tii.luil os delicate and esja-ciaMy con scrxinp the flavor of the fruit: Peel, co it and tpjarter a mimlK-r of apples; set thent to lil with a Fttle waler. su'rrar. and the thin rind of a lemon; when quite done, remove the lemon rind and ius the apjdes throtiph .t . hair sieve. Have some whites of cprrs Uaten to a froth, stir tl.tm liphtly ii to the apple puree, a spoonful at a time, until the mixture is) of the con sistency of whipfwvd cream and quite stiff. Serve heajed ujou a dish par nisl.ed with lady fiiieTers. St Loui IN-public. ...f3,4.sooy 317 01 ir Totals.