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;i!uu:r.tKa, feiiruary i;, i;o.
Jl.KHT (UOISE, F.rtT.nrnnd I'rnprldor.
Tiik higher courts of Ohio Imvo
ilccid. ! tint Christianity is part of
ll.o common law, ntid tint exclusion d
tlio Hilda Irom tin' public schools in
lu'at'.oii of S'i li law.
Crm nii lms I'rrn I r-ko en llic
Northern Pacific linllway it or I'oar
1'jluth. Minnesota, another jut ff enro
ll op ! 1.4 tii tc bliot liecr.-hS tin) COB' I-
Jo-ti'ii Wrst.KV IlAUirn on ef
tl," l-.ii r brothers composing the great
publishing Iiihimj of linrtcr A Itroth
t : s. dii'd in 1I10 I4U1 itist., t his rcti
di.iee in llioiklyn.
SlN' K hi-, vt-'.o of tli' Metropolitan
1' -lire Hill, (iowrnor lionry Is consid
cro I n tu .J I Kxcfi'.ttive by h'viio nf
tin' Icilti',' iK'tii'imfio papers i'l the
country. Til.- Uuvero or slimil I fed
hi-Mv flatus J.
IU.twmn small pox and vhiky
tho ii'KMiiim " What liu!l we do with
1 ho re J man.' i in a lair way ol olu-, law, upon which no error could Iwi as
tinii. Nmr Port lieii'i'ti the ludinns ! igne I but those -which wero opporcnt
nro dying oil ul tho rale of t Weiity-livc j upon tho f:iou of the n cord itself We
l-cr dav. could, tLcreforo, not legally or in our
Tnr den-h :. for r!of .U-ifc 1 J"-;'"1 Poity l.R-.t tho evidoneo,
1.1 r ,! Ml,..-, V, h..i,.,.. 1 tho loll olexct.pt .ona and tho, charge
cameled of the tuiirdcr nf tlm l'eii;h
t,il laiinly, " in llniitiiidoii county,
w.ic idU'd ly (lovcrtior !e:rv laft
I'ri lav. The cxcouii-iii cfhothwill
1 uko pl.iej on Vediieday March 1', be
tween ten and thri'o o'cl ck.
Ir hiok vi ry much sm though Seran
t nn, iii thi-i Slate, U governed by
Philadelphia, p'dictiucti. Taking the
evidi iiee ef I ho ScuiituU pupirs, il
! very un-,ife tu travel tho streets of
that phiee uftcr tiiht. Last week
olio tnaii was hot, uuother ptabhod,
iiiiatlc.r waylaid auJ robbed, auothcr
iniirdei'cd 011'ri-ht, and ui.tuy wouicu
Tins n tho csn "t tfihiM of the Fif
tieiitli AinenJinctit : Wo hive tliirly
m wn Slates ; tho fuV'iahh vote of
t.uiity-eL'ht is la-ei's-ary. ilu-t that
ti 11 1 : 1 1 -r of St.ite.s havo ralilitf l the
i'. titi i;'luienl, and two other, Texas
tii.d NcbiM.-ki, nre ready to
Tho evi-li States to s oil
naiiisi 1 lie ntncnii men! are ; t an lorn -i uui.-i, ...... v-.m
i . I'ola-.vaiv, KeiitueUy, Ma-yhmd. ! ' WIIU of capacity, any fault of
New .lei sey, M egou and TenucMw. -Ia-,t', or any defoet of iiinnuer, but
I solely becatiNi) of color. If Mr. Hov-I.A-T
M mday a b;d was introdueid c,s hiall proro to bo (id sh.llow as Mr.
in our Mat- l.c-i.sUmv, by Mr. i Wifull, as umlaut us Mr. Tombs, n
i f Adau.s county, to pay too chums oMi;,st, , count r.y as Mr. Jeiicr.sou
tho border cuntics for dalna-e.s coin- ,avN . ttail ,;u tlillso allrient Deui
initi.d by the rebels during tlm War j lH.,.atil, s,Mors and all their breth
J l.;:-o bo.dcr c ..unties have pn nei.t. d . rcUt 10 im! jt.vot all hid ciwrylcs to
. ...ua, ,.0 idlcii that, it K-tms tus..,,j ,.,.r,dtilv and cxMidon of the
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"". 1 1 "a-c.. 1 uiviii.-cnis riii.uvu
to pay :.i lean ento a year. II Mil I ; ttuJ tho most iul.uman ptdicy tint
the case why not pin them on tho peu.lcv,.r ,.,,(W(.,i i ,iK, l4l...i.sluturo of ti
ntiiu at 1 11' e and pivllam the
U.c ii, wounded .nldicls uic JMld.
Tit K Senat Judieiarv Conimilteo
l.:.s u ;ree.l t-. report fivorublo on the
iiotiiiiiati-iiis of Judge William Strong,
of lYniisi Ivat.iu. an-l Joseph 1'. linid -
lev. of New ilorsev. to le n-sociatc
dm. d St
npreno Couet of tl c
Ibe in heal I ins ore
that Judge Strong will bo ci-iifiitiie I
without iiituli o'pi siiion. There is
homo opp i ion to Mr. lbadlcy fiom
1 h-j Souil.cru S tutors on nccniiut of
l is loe.itiou, but il is tho'iht this liny
be oveieoni", us there is no objection
lu hiiu on persi.tial or political Ljlound.-.
An interestinir ins'iranco caso has
j'.i-t been decided by the luw courts ol
-M-ino. Tlio pluiuiilhi wero 11. W .
l.awscy V Co , of l'orllund. whose store
was iucuied by tho 1' Im-'ii x 1 11 -urn nro
Company, c! ,cw York, for c"! '0:i.
The i-tore w:u burnod tit tho prcut lire
I July I, lsjiJd. '1 he com tiny refus
ed puyi.ieiit, on tho ground that the
low was Minute, upon leased laud
nud the nent o tho eempa.iy muittod
V r, r: v. , ' .
co in uci .111 111 tavor 01 .no piaiiiuiis
awarding tho full amount of the in
huiauce, with lutci'est from 1 S(i, and
In a rase involving the legal l-ndcr b,DR "e 1 L"idc,l'l,la
v l Slates Supremo Court, delivered Will be emonibcrcd tha nt tho
tho opinion of tho Court, tint a eon-1 lutt UM . Lo!'r;JSJ lrl s
tract made before tho of the'!! tUhip o Senator
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bo dine iiirc-
d in Cnited States th-tes The Court
l..dds that Compress has i...er ,0
inuiku iucuiiiwiii u leui icnocr lor
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rud J IK di-seuicd. Tn n
oen.s to nothing mote nor loss than
that ft ugivH has not tho Constiiutie.,.
..1 power to l.ats nn . ;,o, ac'o law.
1 1 '
Tiik annual report of the IVnnsyl
vania Uuilrca I Coinpiuiv, which on
peared in the Philadelphia dailies vf;
ve.sicrday bhows tho great umount of: t.gccudingly prulituLlo business prob
busiuoss doue by their road, ond pre- ably the most profitable kuowu to tho
nuts gratilyitij; evidences of its pros- couutry ut this tiino. Our present
j.er.ty. i ho curni.igs of tho road tor
j-i.j wero cii.j.io.u ; 1110 expenses
w'crelO.l.JiJ, . shewing n net gain
(d f IT.i) 1 1.
'J bo riii!ale'ihi.i and llrio II. m l
lost eo l,o I.', aaiust n loss ol .l,l,;d
in 1U7. 'iho J'ittsburg, Fort Wayne
nnd Chicago Koad is showu to have
dune very well last year.
1'iiom tho auuuul n jiort of the trns-lc-
and sup eriuteudents of tho Slate
Hospital lor the insano st llarrisburg,
lo. lHtl'.i, wo leurn that tho iiumber ot
-itieiits admitted during the yeur was
21-, of whom 103 were muh-s und 101)
K ttahs. The l:un.berilisch urged dur
ing iho sauio period was l'$, ol'w huui
ij were rcBloi'td und 4 improved.
Tho tolrl of patients treated in this in
stitutiurl biuco its cstublif htuont Is 2,
7o0, of thesd 1,272 wero married, 2C3
fclnglo, nud -'15 iJ0WJ. Males, 1,
ft!b females, 1,1J. Amou,: tho as
signed causes of iusaiuVy, "trouble"
Jl-urcH incst prominently.'tLO number
thus assigned being U2J. Ill-Lcath
4 and domestic I rouble follow nex in or
der, i hero is but one caso 01 "want 01
occupation," and only 82 rases assigned
to iiitempoiance. In 1,201 cases no
caute was assigned. Of the occupa
tions, bOl were farmers, 577 wore
housewives, 4'dl laborers, and 4'JO had
uo occupation. There has been 00 ep
idemic rlcktKHS, durioa tha ieav. aud
The Sclioeppe C'a",
I Marin M. Steiooecke died nt Car-'
!lilu' in January, lN'.l. Ir. I'nul
j Sell x'i j c, v ho luil lice ii her medical j
Miiii-inni iiurinir Ikt last illness, was
arrested upon tlio charge) of hftviug
poisntcd her, indicted, trie J, ml cou
vietej o( 111 order in tlio drat degree.
Tlio tri nt commenced before Judge
Smlmni on Monday, May 24, 1 01),
and la''d J eleven days, terinlnnting 0
'JIiuikiUv, tho 3d dnt of June, it a ?cr
diet of guilty. A writ of rrror was
then mod out by the prisoner, with
tlic consent of tlio Attorney tirnernl,
and thii case taken to the Supreme
Cotrrt. After a careful examination of
the exceptions and allegations of crrr
presented, Justico Read delivered tlio
opinion f Ihe Court, holding that, un
der tho statutes, tlio Supremo Court
cannot review the evidence, nor can
have nnything to do with tho guilt or
itinocenco of the prisoner, nnd there-
is compelled to itHirm the judgment of
tho court below. 1 he opinion is based
upon technical objections to tho appeal
from tho court below, and at it close
u.-cs t hid language :
"Tho homing, therefore, before us
was upon a writ of error at common
of tho Court much lei nt the lare
I mass ot extraneous matter pressed up
j on our attention and notice. AVo
I have ncthin to do with tho guilt or in-
nocenco of tho prisoner, nud all we can
j -ay is that wo discover no error in the
record.'' Tho only hope that Schoeppo
'can now have ot mviujj lis neck is that
ho will In pardoned.
It is a curious and interesting fact,
ayM Jlarpcr'n H'r,7y, that with the
adoption of the l'if'teeiith Atucndiiient,
and tho cluso cf tho great ceries of
mensure.s of reconstruction which for
mally end tho wnr, a living aymhul of
tho victory of eoual rights which han
' been uchicved clionld ttppcar in the
' Senato of tho I'oited .States in the
! pern io of A! r. ttuvels, tho colored Sen
ator from AliK.MHHippi, It is no le-s
striking ami hiuincmit that the pa-
;pers which ulway.s toidiod I Its great
j "lavo-drivt-rs) in Couiireiss gibo and
jnnnP 11I II. a nnui -.,nil,ii mil I i.ti i a . i
uu.At, ncan. t 10 lmt d:.-t,r.i.
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Democratic gibes uro well Ueaorved.
1!, on the oilu f bind, h; hhall mod
K'slly nnJ steadny continue- t.) supp..rt
'he great j-rinciplcs to ttliich hi.- life
jhai been devote J il' ho skill continue
! -o tlo nil that ho can to clevato and
! enlighten tho mo.-t uufortttinto class
ol American iiu.eu.s, lo cstublisli se
curely that polity of epid righls
among the pcoplo which is ulono truly
Amencuii und dciu-icmiie, to cultivate
universal sympathy and fraternity, and
to hold the I'uiou to tho threat nnd
hilinuu purposes fur which it is de
clared iu iho Cous'itutiou to bo e.stub
. shed if bo proves by his Heiiatoriul
course bio faith iu jiopnlar gorerumout,
in liberty, injustice, as tho best guar
antees ot civilization and progress, und
tho grrutcrt good ot tho greatest mini-
her, he will do what neither Mr. Y ig
1 fall, nor M. Toombs, nor Mr. .Slidell,
I tor Mr. Mason, nor Mr. Jeil'ersou )a-
vis, uur anv of the Kmootatio Hena-'i...-a
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! . x Cl.,uiu!y Bevcr t0 t,e
I raU.u, mbmL au d honor of hie
I'ltLU 11 i. Mill!..
The following scusible article on froo
: " ' ". i " T V . "r"
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I . "MWi 111 ual".lu' calm". w.ui.
.rawing row t .0 hasten, felstte ttnor-
I tiou ol iho bunking capital ussigt.cd lo
.1 i . i . . -r.
them bv law. uui IritUhlerrln'r it to tbo
sioulh.Vhicli had none, and to tho
f U ad not its duo propor-
I lb,ll! 'r0"1'11 e'11'l f":
with he tiws detenu nod
j-pw" irom tlio Middle and hist-
...-il Stylos 11111I u-'iu 1 I. ,nfi)l 'I bi.l
Itscussioti very clearly developed one
! fact, uud that is, that bnukiiig under
the Present uatiouul bankiii'' law is an
banking systeui was an outgrowth of
tho war. Iho Govcriimont needed
money must havo it, and to iuduce
I eunit.ilisls to invest in tho new hvh-
ti:m very gieat privileges wero offered
Statu bunks surrouduicJ thoir char
tcK aud became nttlioual banks uuder
the uutiouul law. Cupilul ii sensitive,
Bhuip-sightcd, and tpaick-wittcd, und
it toou discovcicd that the new system
oil. red privileges nud inducements far
moro valuable to tho capitalists than
any system over devised by uoy legis
lative body in this couutry, uud uew
banks sprung up ull over the couutry
us if by magic. Aladdin's lamp could
not have produced such wouderful re
sults. The Govurumcut printing press
es grouned under tbo umpuut of labor
which I hoy wero required to perform
iu order to furuish too nutional cur
roucy as upidly us tho now bauU
So fur as o.'gauixiug banks under the
now system wus concerned, it wo a
grand success, and, in addition, wo
may admit that, in ueotiug ono ot tbe
principal dosigas of tho Government
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IU lut estauiiHtimeui.) nuitu nnsvuijiu-
duoo a market for its bonds, it was uo
lets a success. We may go further,
and admit, also, that up to this time
it has furnished the country a aoifrrui
currency. Hut a very grave question
now Li Ut La utt aud that4JtjU J
other words, have wo not granted to
capital, through tlio nuliorial hanking
law, privileges und miowlth which nro
injurious to tlio industrial interests of
the country and opprcdsivo upon the
No Htrongcr eridenco could be ad
duced to prove iu profttablcnonj, and
tho value of tho franchiso granted to
national bunks, than their determined
hostility to any mensjuro which pro
posed to reduce tho number of banks,
or which would, in any degree, lessen
tho aruoout of capital granted to any
of those banks. We bolieve it to be
safe to amort that no in vestment in
an)' branch of manufactures or trade
has paid for tho last four or five years
as high a dividend as have been paid
by the national bank.
This is lrti,of country bankss well
as of city banks; they havo nil, with
scarcely an exception, declared large
dividends, and many of them have
carried large amounts to. the credit ol
their contiugent fund.
Wo complain of opprcssivo taxes,
nnd alnit)t every bra 0 eh of manufac
ture foeU the goncral depression, but
amid this general gloom tbe banks are
exceedingly prosperous, many of them
churgo high rates of interest, others
use their capital in upccnlating in
stocks, and instead of aiding nnd sup
porting proper legitimate enterprises
by loaning money at lawful nnd reason
able rates of interest, they cvado tho
luw, sn l, as bo been ubown lately by
the Comptroller of tho currency, have
been guilty of usury. Go into any of
our large town una try to raise capi
tal to buna a factory ot any kind, and
you wni ue met with tbo reply that
iiinnuiact.uriug is overdone, (ratio is
orerdoue j but let it be Mated that
capital is wantod to bereave tho stock
in any ef the national bunks, nud stock
will to lukoh Immediately.
Does this show n healthy ftate of
business f What is tbe remedy?
l'reo banking under a aystem similar
to our present system, with privileges
ami powers roninctca, ami a prompt
toimuro 01 charter wlxmovcr usurious
rates of interest uro taken. Tho roa-
soti for granting tho great privilegos
which were uutliorized by the law has
passed away. 1 ho hanks havo been
prosperous boyouud the moot sanguine
expectntioLS of any of tbo projectors
of the measure. Tho business of ibo
country needs cheap capital. 5anking,
with proper restrictions, bhould, like
all other branches of business, bo open
mid free to ovcry body of men w ho cud
furnibh tho basis aud cecuritios required
by tho Government. Congress can
l the country uo greater tavor than
to I'uvi.ne ourjbalikingVyMtcm, aud grant
tho privilogo to all wlio will moot the
rvipiircmcuta of tho law.
tJeath ol J, nrwlry llnriu r.
Joseph Wesley Harper, ono of the
well-known New Vork publishiiii!
house of Harper and Hrothers died in .
,1 , ., , lt . iuiiuuu n uui u uiuab iiiuii nu-4..t uiiiv
hat ctty on Monday lie was the ouly mrmaM iu dlf,uti ,, covcroJ
lord ol the four brothers, and was ogives with obloquy, is a wotkol
W .,n H-l Ja.nos, tho oldest, who tl0 k.M Uult uxcilillkf interest, lu i.s
died abo.it. a year n-o, was bo n m variod mi. r-riug of human life, evcrv
.'I . 1,,e twtlwrs are reuJl.r will So,Uothi.r.c of porso.ud
John, born in li.H and ricteber, tho Uutonnt l0 hiinelf, iciiiiuJing him of
youne-et, burn in 1mi. All of the iku uUiU tiluus8 ullj c.oiiotw.
brothtrs wero printers by trnle, and i n... bool. t..llinol Lal ttin fllP jl0 uU.
bcg,n me pour, in is.b iney cstiii,-
l.sLcd their publishing Inuso on ChtV
street, where they very burncd out in
l!:-' loosing ubout 1,00(1,(100. Hut
ibis, o far from discouraging these
euterprisiug meu, served to spur them
ou to renewed cucrgy. They imme
diately ordered twenty new Adams
presses, and act ubout erecting their
great new building on Fraokliu Sipi iro,
which is tho largest book publishing
house in tbe world and nn appropriate
monujirnt to its noted founders.
Weolcy Harper was u warm hearted,
genial uiau, and delighted ill his fam
ily and fricuds, devoted as ho was to
bis business. His family circlo was
largo, aud no man lived mote lovingly
aud joyously at homo. Tho death cf
his elder brother, James, which oc
curred from an accldout, was a sad
event fur Wesley. It broke the old
brotherhood of tha firm nod tho old
family circlo, aud weighed heavily up
on tie spirits of all tho survivors
Wesley never recovered fully lrom the
blow, uud thereafter was less cuostant
in his utttention to business, transfer
ring a portion of his duties to his son,
ot the same uauio. until, at length, his
1 health whs so impaired tbut bo
ce-ufiued to his dwelling. During his
iiiiicss no was visuuu oy many menus
including many whom he bad long
known iu business, nud fur whom he
entertained a high respect. Ho died
as ho had lived, serenely and peace
fully, leuving bchiud u stainless uauie
and tin unusual number of devoted
Irieuds to- mourn bis decease.
Joseph Wesley Harper was at one
tima tbe proof-reader of tho firm, and
ut another tbe foreman of tbo compos
ing room, lie also for tuvoy years eon
ducted tho literary coirespondonce of
the house, but was finally relieved ol
that by his eldest son ; and, although
making uo pretensions to elogant schok
arship, wr.s an excellent judge of the
merit of books, and wrote iu it clear
and ut tractive style, many of the pre
faces to tha volumes of tho ''Family
Library" having been his work. For
forty years tbe deoeiued was a faithful
member of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, end bis death will bo not less
a loss to the church to which ho was
so loog and so prominoutly identified,
than to tho world of letters.' The
Si'EAUiNO ot tho Supreme Court do
cision in roferenot to logal-tendors,
tbo New York U rald aaysi
In tho single itom of iutorcst on
mortgages iu this city alone this do
cision, practically adding twenty per
cent to thoir vuluo, will perhaps re
rjuiro un lucreasod puymcnt iu green
backs of seven or eight millions ; lor
we estitnato the priuccplo of tho un
settled mortgages in this city con
tracted prior to the approval of the Ijo-gal-Tooder
act us covering not less
tbun five hundred millions of dollars.
Throughout tho conn try the holders of
mortgages and other eottraoU lo which
this decision will anolv are earner to
Important In Discharged
The following letter, concerning
bounty due soldiers, based oil an opin
ion recently rendered by attorney
General 1 1 oar, has been received from
Comptroller I5rodhead by lion. K. JJ.
French, Secoud Auditor:
Second Comitboli.eb's Orririt,
February 9, 1S70.
lion. R B. French, Svd' Auditor.:
Siu : In adjudicating bounty claims
ondor the first claims sootl n of the
or March third M6.) (15 3?at, 3-li,)
ns oonstrucd by the Attorney Gen
eral in his opinion of January 19,
1 870, soldiers aliatiog under tbe act
of July 4, 18114, are to be allowed the
unpaid iostatlmenta of bounty as il
they wore dischargd ''by expiration
of service.'' Tbey are not entitled to
the additional bounty granted by tho
act of July 29, I80t).
When tha olWtmoot wero made
under the act of July 23, 1801, and
the Boldiors havo boen discharged " by
expiration of service, " after servibg
bat a fraction of thoir respective
terms, their discharges will 00 refer
red to the Adjutant General of the
army for correction or verification.
Many who entered merely to Gil up
the uneipirod tune were discharged by
the "expiration of service" of the reg
iment, not of their own terms of en
listments. If n aoldior who nominal
ly enlisted for three yeurs, though
really for tha unexpired term of a reg
iment, u to be paid bounty tor three
year' kervlce in coosequenco of the
phraseology of bis disoharge, be might
and would in souio cases receive for a
single month's service fifty dollars
more bounty than the mun who en
listed for two years nud served faith
fully his whole term.
The Attorney General distinctly rec
ognizes the autlioiity of tho War De
partment to correct orrors in tbo dis
charged an authority which has been
exoreisod from tho establishment of
Wbon applications are rondo for nn
paid installment of bouoty for seivi
ces of soldiers enlisted under the act of
July 4, ISC 1, if the unexpired time ol
inlistmont is ho great as to raise the
presumption of error, their discharge
nlso will be referred to tho Adjutant
General to bo verified or corrected.
J. M. llUOhllRVK, Coil'lrul'tr.
Strlikilks ANbTnitMi'iix, or forty
years roccolleoiions of 1'. T. lirnuin.
Written by himself, llliialiot -d : 1S4
pp. llitili'ord, Conn., J. 15. liurr
The biography of nny man who has
woo eminent success, ' no uiattor in
whatever department of life, cannot fail
to be generally interesting. tut the
bintaphy of such a man as l'uruum,
who has won victories upon varied
tieUls.and almost insurmountable obsta
tdrtutl0 JUen mosl
cles, couipicrinir to himself fume and
ll)or u DuW fjmo
it,lnlllll p.. i,,,,-..;,. ;.... , t,u l-i.
lu0U(t WMn m ,ho -Ait ol .Money
Getting,' revised, too, since its deliv
ery, aud lull ol important suggestions
to business men.
Knowing all sotti of '-murtul meu
und women," aud having had world-
Wide experience us a traveler, with
access to every grade of society from
that ol tbe bumble cottage up lo that
of the palace, il.irrjutu'fl genius lor ob
servation has enjoyed a rich field, uud
well has lie improved it ; and iu his
book he presents us with the valuable
results thereof. Whoever opens tho
book to read will not readily put it by
till bo has Uo toured its entire euntcuts.
A IULKTor nik LAtr Century
John Kills, an old soldier of the Rev
olution, visited l'rcsident Grunt on
the 10th inst., and was subsequently
upon the floor of tho House, lie was
born iu liedford county, l'eunsylvauiu
in 1 702, aud is conscqoutly, ono huu
dred aud seven soars oI'iileo. Ilo served
in tho army during tbo ltovulutiouary
War, and wus present at the surrender
of Cor u Wall is at Yorktown. When
the war of 1612 broke out bo was too
old for active service, but entered the
army as a mail messenger. Ilo bus
never applied for or received a pension
from tho Government, never, us he
says, having need of it. Nuw, how
ever, be is quite pour, aud has peti
tioned Ikiiigress for a pension, lis
was introduced on tbo lloor of the
House by General Dauks, w ho, after
stating bis age and his services, re
quested that he be grunted the privi
lege of the floor. An iici.romptti
subscription fur the veteran's beuefil
was started ttiuong tbe members, nod
upwards of 0110 hundred dollars raised.
The lust ezouse for marrying a
socond time during tho lifctimo of the
first wile, is related by a Now Orleans
paper. Little over a year ago a mun
left that city without notice to his
family, returning a few mouths later
uuublo to aooount for his ub-scoce. A
few weeks after his return, a young
aud beautiful girl appeared upon the
scone, claiming tho man as bur hus
band. Ho strenuously denied tbe
churgo, but she persisted. At last
she went away for a few days, and re
luming, brought with her the evl
denoo of her warriugo v lib the pro
testing party. At hut. cousi rained to
admit tho woman's claim, ha stated
tbut ho wont away in a lit of iosauity
and while la that condition, wooed
and won his secoud choioo. Wo have
heard of the plea of insanity in ex
cuse for lionieieldo, but this escape
from the penalty for bigamy on such a
plea, is now. The man with two wives
goes to Utah. .
A youth who rescued . a young
woman from suicide in tha Erie ca
nal has boen arrested for assault and
battery, lie wrenched herublguou oat
tlonosdale had a lioro of eight
years, lie lost bis lite iu trying to
la published every morning (except Sun
day), at Ibe office. N. W. corner Sixth anJ
Chestnut streets, Philadelphia.
frioe One Cont per Copy.
Served hy tbe carriers in any part of the
City, aa I in lb adjacent cities and towns,
fir. BIX CKMT3 ft 11 WEKK, payable lo
Price for mailintr. THIRTY-FIVE CENTS
per month, or fOL'll UOLI.AU3 per an
num. rtoRAL 0C1DE FOR 1870.
The First Edllloiiof One Hundred and
Twenty Thousand copies of Ylrk's Illus
trated (sfslntnr ef Needs and Floral
tinlde. is pnhlislied and remly to send out.
li is elrftallr rrinted oa Dot tinted rarer.
with about liiXi fine wood I.Dftnivins nt
Fluwtrs and Vrftefslilrs, and a beautiful
colored piste consisting of seven varieties
or I bios UruuimonJii, mnalinja Ino
DOUQUKT OF PHLOXES-
It is the most beauliful, as well aa I he
most snsiruclive floral tiuidj rulilisbed.
a-iving plain and thorough directions for
CeHnre of Flowers and Vegetables.
The Fb.rsl Oulde is published fur tbe
teaeni r my euslnmera, to wbom it la srnl
free wiihoui apslioatinn, bal will b f.ir
wardrd.to all who spr-lv by nail, for Tas
Caais, wkicbia not half the cost. Address
Bocbos'er, N. T.
ISFIrRMiTIOI IN THR PKOPI.E'S
X JUL'HNAL." Hnw Tearbera, Htudi-nis.
Retired Clergy men, Ensrgct'o Vo ng Men
and Ladies cn make f 7S to $130 per
month during the Dpriug and Summer. A
copy frra. Bend name and address to
people's Journal, l'hiladelpeia, Pa.
rjlHK AML1UUAN FAMILY
Knitting .line hi ne
Is presented to the puhlio aa tbe inoul Sim
ple, liuradlc, anil Compact aud Cheap Kuil
ling Machine erer inveulod.
This uiacbiue will run either backward
or forward with equal facility 1 makes! the
tame slileh aa by Land, but far superior In
Will knit 20,000 Stitches in ono
and do porfect'work, leaving every knot on
the iusidc of tho work. It will knit a pair
of stockings (any site) in less than half an
hour. It u ill knil close or open, plnln or
ribbed work, wilh any kind of courie or
lino woulvn yarn, or col. on, silk or linen,
ll.uill.kuit stockings ih double heel nnd
l.ie, drawers, boohs, .eks, smoking caps,
comforts, lur-es, u.ulls, fringe, nftflians,
nubias.'umltrslei'irrs, mittens, skaiing caps
lump wieks, mots, cord. uuilirshiris.hnwls
jacko.s, crrdlo blunkei leggius, wristcrs,
suspvii leM, tidies, tippets, tufted work,
aud iu fuel and eudless vniioly of articles
in every day use, as well as fur ornament.
1'ioru to IO per day
can lie mn-le by any one with Ibe American
kiiitiing Machine, kniliing stocking-. Sc..
while expert operators csn even make more
knitting laeey woik. wliioh always com
intiiauds a nudv sale, A rersun eon read
ily knit from twelve to tifteeii pairs of
piutHii.s -v "iijr, iud prom on wnii-u win
be uot lens thau lonv cents per pair.:
can ee.l Iheir woo. nl only forty lo fifty
Cents per puuud ; but by getting the wuol
j ma ie 11110 yiiru ai u sunill. e-eii-o. ami
I kuittini: it iuio socks, two or three dollars
I p.-r pound may bo re-ilied. Ou receipt ot
?.' w, Will loiwnsil a muclnnH ns or.l.-red.
Via wii-li tu pr.ieiire neiive ngeiiis iu i v
ery section of liie t'loled Slates i t'uiiiidiis,
to nbum Ihe ti. ist lili.-i.il iu luvutaeuts will
bo vllered. A-hh'ess
Amrrlrun Knitting Machine Co..
Fcbl74J ll.Mion, M.ii., orii: houis. Mo.
FI128 1: MIMIC .I'lMUl will ehuntre
X nny colurod b.iir or beard to a peiui-k-uent
Idaek or biuwu. It cuiuiiiis no puisoii.
A nyoliocan use it. One sent by iiocl for
$1. Address MAtllC COM II CO.,
L u'J.'KluiJ fpriugtlvld, Mass.
till EAT CHANCE! Ageuts Wauled!
OlAAper yeur sure made by
O I vMjt Agenis, m ile or lenmle.
selling our w-.rl I reii-iwue 1 I'n uot
Evi-rhisling White Wire Cl-ithi-s
Lines. Cheapest and best clothi
a Ihe world : ouly U els. per fo il, iiti-l
will la1 a hundred years Address the
Hudson River ttiro "o., 7.1 Win. St., N. V.,
or 10 lleurhuiuM. Chicago, III.
Q.VS VA3SIN0-110OKS SENT FREE FOR
Paris by Sunlight
A'ork deser'.ptive of iho Mysteries, Y'ir
lues. Vices. Hpleudors and Crluicj, of the
CMy or rans.
I l..lla I,-.. PapIm lifta bcinmn lb HilvPHf
and most Reautiful City in ibe world 1 how
its Ueauly and tplenlor are purciiasea in
a foasfui cost of Misvry and Sutli-riii ; how
visilora are Swindled by Professional Ad--.hti.iN
linuf Virlii uud Viei. iftt arm-
in-arm iu tbe lk-auiitul Ciiy 1 how the most
FouiTul crimes are cumiitiueu ami conceal
ed i how money Is hiiuiiudei'ed in useless
luxury ; aud contains over l.'.t) fine vugrn-
vings of note'. 1 uci-s, Llie sua r-eenei in
Paris. Aaeuts wanted. Cuuvasslng Docks
sout free. Address
NATIONAL 1'UHLlSllIXa CO.,
Feb 3-4 w. Philadelphia, I'a.
?75 TO e200 FEB MONTH,
Everywhere, tuale and female, 10 iutio
(if nulito Improved Common Bense
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
This Maol.ins will stitch, hem, fell, tuck,
quilt, eord, biud, braid aud embroider in a
most superior uianuir.
PRICE ONLY ST8.
Fully Warranted for Five Tears-
We will pay yiUoo for any machine Ibat
will sew a stronger, more beautiful, or
more elasllo senm than ours. It makes tbe
" ELASTIC LOCK 8TITCU."
Every second stitch oan be out, and slill
ibe cloth canuol be pulled apart without
tearing It. Vie pay Ageoia from f 75 to
$200 per month and expenses, or a com
mission from whlon twice.lhnt amount cau
be made. Address BEUOMU CO.,
Pittsburg, I'a. Boston, Mass., or bl.
CAUTION. Beware of all Agents selling
Machines under the snuio name as our,
uulesa they can show a Certificate of
Agcnoy sigued by us. We shall uot hold
ourselves responsible fur worthless Ma
chines sold by other parlies, and shall
proseoute all parlies either selling or using
Maohiues unddr this name to tbe full extent
of the law, uulesa such Machines wera ob-
taiued from us by our Agents. - lo not be
imposed upon by parlies who copy our ad
vertisements aud circulars aud oil or worth
less Machines at a loss pries. '
WA8 CURED ef Deafness and Catarrh
,bv a siwnla Ruined;.. nd. wiUnd.jh
Ilf.tSl. A Missionary, wbn bad suffered
ii years wilh 1'iles, was cuio l, and
will send the receipt fre.
Rrv. FOHTEU 1)IX, Jersey City, 5. J.
KILL TIIK l'EAMO.VOP 1'AIN. Wol
eolt'a Tain Taint removes puln In-
sianlly, and heals old tlcers. Woloott's
Cold In tbe head. Sold by all Ul iig(.'ils,1
Anniln alnr cures cmarrn. lironrnins ano
and 1M Clmilisui riquarc, .s. . 4v
OOK AC.ENT8 WANTEO Full
STULtKlLES & Tilll MI'113 OF
P. T. BARNUiM
Written by Himself. In one Urge Octavo
Volume nearly MM) Pages Printed in
English andUcrrunu. 8J Elegant Full page
Engrnvlngs. It eml.races Forty Years
Recollections nf his Hif-y Life, as a Mir
chnul, Manager, Ilanltrr, LcclUrvr, and
Showman. No book published so nrccpta
blc lo all clai-ses. Every one w tula it.
Agruls avcrsge from 60 to 1011 subscribers
a werk. W ultrr exira in-luceoieuls. Ill
uslrnlcd Catalogue and terms to Agents
sent rrce. J. II. IU KK & CO.,
ruUirhers, Hint lor J, Conn.
iii ion bonis
nitiioiil (hugs. For l iieiil-irs, od Ircss
L. liAOE, Vinegar Works. Crouiwc'.l Con
pON S I' M I T I ( ) X, 15 1 IU N C 1 II IT S,
Aniliins, nnd Cut air li cured by iuhn'.n
liun, AbhollH Inhaling Flnidis llie only
remedy that operates ou thvl uugs-ilissnlvt-s
the tubercles, which are thrown el, the
cavi lies beul, nnd a cure is 1 di eted. Trrut
nieiil by leltrr or in person ran lie had only
of Q. VAN HUMMEL. M. I)., 10 We-t till.
St. S.Y. ("in
A CENTS WANTED FOR
THE fECI'ETS OF
The Whiskey Eiug. Uold Ring, and Draw-
ttn.. It (Villi. In. ill v iilirtntr mvi.Iiii.iii f in rnli
hcry of tbo l'u'dic Tteivsuiy, Orgauied
Pcpredations. Couspirneics nnd Kinds on pi i.l.lio'iurr. on ine-ini .'ionu.17 01 n-.-iu-ihe
Ooverunieul C.iciul Tnrpiliido, nml-iary A- D. IsTo, ntlu o'clock iu Iho lore
leasuuce, Tyrnnny aud Covrupliuu. The - n-o-u, then nn I there to nccrpt or refuse 1 I j
most Mnrlliug, faseiualitig.lustruelive nud i take Iho Ileal Flalo ef said.lueob Dclcleb
luipuitaul Uuuk ycl published. Coulniuiug deceased, Ihe appraised valuation put
authentic facts, iudistnilublo evidence, 1 upou it by un in.Uesl duly awarded by Iho
sworn testimony, complete aud accurate
Legislators, Farmers, niechsnles, met.
chants, every citizen and taxpayer, nre di
rectly iuuresled in the stratagems, nnitievs
machinal ions and crimes of corrupt peliii
cinns, Illicit distillers, Uold (lamblors.
drawback forgers and crafty nialetaolors.
Published in ouc altiactivo volume, about
5ts. well tilled psges, wilh spirited illus
1 1 ut inns Price low 10 suit the times. nil.
Sold by tubscriplioa rnly. tteud lor Cir
cular nnd special terms. Viji. FLINT,
Publisher, Philadelphia, l'u. 4
Fi'mrrr and Kit' Inn (hir lrii.
2th edition of this popular work which
tin li.-l tilth n niueli fiivi.t- In llnl rmt. is
now' ready. It bus tu-eu re-wiilleii mid
improved, printed with Uw type, and un j
line paper, illus rated wilh 11 bountiful j
Liibegrnpb.iiud many other line engraving.
from mil 'ire. lt contains lull dc.-iTipiii.n
nud Ihe culture of uver lolHI leading vari-
eiics of Flowers nnd Vegetables ; nlso des-
criplive list ul Iho novelties of the preen, j
sea'ron lo wnieh is ailJed a colUeiion of!
'OU choice French II vbnd Uladiolus. This
work, we leil cuiiiioml, will coii-i arc fa
vorably with nny si.ul'.ar one.
rVoi .mi hitnl-tt, ll'ii mi r, -V. ,'.
"1 havo received a copy of your superbly
gotten up . in ule 01 Colli v.ilui s tiiiide. I
think it tar uhtad of si.yihiuj 01 iho kim!
ever beloie issued Horn luu Auierij.u
r-'viil to any nodress upon tecei I
cents lor piit-t r cover, .nutl
ii 1 cents lor
las.eluily tuuud iu cluih.
WAtiiULT.N & CO.,
I if BOSTON. MA
Agents w.i nt ed l.-nl if-
ui.-l U. iiili - uieuluri'.en -
spare luouisiils. A fewiu loaehiiie, 11 liuld
Watcli, a l.ii'ic, money uun otiur goo 1. -
given ns premium. How, it hen, V here,
Wfcnl, und all oilier particulars, t'rtt. Ad
duss C. L. VanAlleu, Kl Eioadway, N.V.
ForFamh v I SK, tl'-jl-, c' :.!', r,l..ti,
Kcils everything. Aginia Wnn.vd. Cir
cular and sample mocking FREE. Address
11 IN KLEV KMTTINU MACHINE Cu.Ruih,
Me., or ITli Uroadwuy, N. V. Fcu.l'-itui
! AC LiTlOTKlT.
JUi MIDULEIU 1W, I'A.
J. A. riTtlll-M.lM.lt, l'roprklor.
Having taken charge of this old nud well
estnhlnhed Bland, the pmpnelor proposes
i-. .i..o.,i,i nil !; Hiieiiiinii 10 tho .movidiuix
of bis Tabic aud liar und ike iic'commoua-
tiuu of both man and beast, lie solicits a
liberal ahaio of the publio palrouugo.
January 10, iciu ly
JJ No. Uil Nr'li Third Htreet,
JOIlN Cl.lMi;it, 'ffn.or.
Jnnnaiy IJ. s.V if
r tl 1-I.I.lS, 4 BUHAVCII.L, JOI1S CiailAHU.
1'. ZOKLLIN & CO.,
(gucoet-sors to Seibcrliug & ".ocllln.)
WAOl.ES ALE DEALERS & IMPOllTERJJ
DRUGS t$T MEDICINES.
iNoa. 402 & 40-t North Third Bt.
C. EUY & CO.,
com. visa toy ' .ver ciia x ts,
S22 MARKET ST-,
Dclween Fillb'and 8ixlb,
"VfOTlCE 18 11EREUV CIVEN that we
Js have purciiasea lueiouuw iug personal
properly, sold by virtue of a w.ii of- Fieri
r ueins, issue.l out 01 lue eouri ui v.uioiiiun
Pleas uf Snyder oouuty, as Ihe property of
ltnsw.lt Itolhrock. 10 wit! OllO Cook III IT
Stovo, 1 Chair, 1 8taud, 1 Tuble, 1 Set ol
chain, 1 clock, 1 Looking (ihuts, 1 corner
cupboard, 1 Ucdslead and Redding, 1 Hub
key, 2 Tons Hay, 1 Saddle, Pridle, &o., 1
Set of Harness, 'i Loungos, t Wood chesl,
1 erib, 1 w beelbarrow, l currci .siarei anu
i.vliiif lnft i ha same in bis nossession. the
public is hereby cam hiued not to meddle
or iulerfere wiiL tbe same.
JOSKI'II ri. t'l.hll.
January, 27, 18"'J.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The subscribers have ibis day by nut
tuul consent dissolved iho Co-partnership
heretofore exisling between Ibem in Ihe
Lumber llusinoss. iu tSelinsgrovg I'a A.I
persons indebted .0 tbe lirm of Moyer
itowos & Rurns will settle Ihe sums with
Ibe new firm of Moyer 4 Rowes who slill
ooulinue the business, and all persons hav
ing claims against us will band them in for
scitloiueut to Moyer & liowes.
C. A. MOYER -
.W..J..I.. i , .UIU
"V"0TfCF. Is hereby given, lo 11 tfonrr-n.
A.S ed. that the fidlonring nsmed pei . ,
bare selikrd their aecouni in Ibe tlcT'
irr e I flies at Mid.ltebtn g. Kr.rdrr enunn,
and Ibal the said accounts will bo presen
ted for rrr.firmalion end allowance nt Iho
Orplinns' Court lo be held at MiddUburg.
for iho county of Knyder, on the fmirtli
Monday of Feb. next, being Ihe '-ili dny
of ai-l month, vli -
The flr't account ef Henry It. Hnyder,
Administrator of Ihe Fstaio ef Joint II.
fiiyder, bile of Vt'e.t Perry township, deed.
The aeeonnl ol John C. Mmull, Adniinis
Iralor lr Vanii fioa ram trntummto annuo
nf Ihe Estate i f Kolumon Engvl, lalt of
licarcr township, dee d.
The second aecouni of John A. Afoyer,
Adniinistralorof the Estnteol PhilipMoycr,
late of 1 hnpnian lou nshlp, di-c'd.
The nccniiui of Jacob 8. W.ilW. Admin
islintnr of the Estate of Isftae Wcllcr, lata
of Washington lowuship, dv-e'd.
'he lirl nccuuut of Sem I.eiii.d, Admin
iiirnlor of llio I'slnte of .Incut. Krcon, dale
of Jucksoii toHii.sh'p. deo'd.
The ncc'iinl ol'Juhn S Hearer, Ouardian
of Jacob Knoiise, minor child of t'anicl
The account n .Wy'uon Hr'-t.V
Iriitur uf Ihe evU1,, John'f iU(S;, nlo
of Feny i uwnnkip, i.ei-ensed
. II. Mll't K, It-gisler.
jNYDKK COUNTY S. S. :
)- The Commonwealth of Pcnnsyl
scal vauia, Tj Mary Dclrlcli V. i-l-nv
-,w)jnooh lieirivh, John A. Delriuli,
I.ydia Dctricb, Henry lietrii li, Amanda in
termarried with Oeoiito Ewlg. Aun Carrel
widow of lleorgc (iarrelt, Milium Delrieb,
all of Mnyder county, I'a., Hsruh Wolver
ton widow Wolverton, Nonhumberlan I
o'limly ', Hauiil I'otrieh Morgan county
tllinoise, J tiuilisii l.oiri.'k I.inielne twp.
C lariiin ro.inly. Fa. Araham D.-lrieh Kelly
lownrhip tnion county, Frui.klin Delriuli
county lllinuise, liiii.it ilo-cudeuls of
Jacob 1'cirich Sr late of the township of
Midillcereek fuydcr couuty deceased,
liieotiiig: 011 arc hereby eitc-l to ap-
pear before the Judges of Iho Hi plum
Cmir I ul i.n Oi-phnns Couitto bo bold u
said Court, uud reluiued by the S-hcriU 01
said county , or show causn why the samo
should nut" bo sold. And hereof fail not.
Wiluess the Hon. Maiuui I S. Woods, Es
iiiire. President of our said Court, ut Vol
dleburg, Ibis lMlb doy of January, A. D.
Hi7U. J. C HO L'.E, Clerk O. V.
gXYDEU COUNTY, SS :
In tbo nmtter of tbo estate of John Court-
On the poi'uion of Kvo Courtney. Eteeu
Irix of John Courtney, deceased, presented
lo Ihe Orphans' Court of Snyder county on
the ilbh ilny nf December. tfi'- "setliii
lorih, iiuioiiis other things, llml iho said
John Courtney, in h.s last will and testa
menl directed that bis exectttor shuul I
appoint ihree pet suns lo appraiso hie real
eniile in .lid. Hi creek township, now Sny;
Icr eoiinlv. nnd divide the t ime lulu lureo
parts nud appraise ibe same, so thai nny of
his children iniglit lake a piece of said hiud
al the iippruisouioiil, utcording lo law if
ihey so di sireJ, uud nlso selling forth that
tbe'Executrix did appoint three m''n who
divided and upprni-ed said laud und asking
a rule 011 the heirs nn 1 legal ropicnlurWiM
of said decease I to appear by first d.iy of
lies! Court and neeepl sold pieces of laud
1 at ihe valuation or t.t.o cause wny tno
samo sUoill-l U U 03 sow, ow uhjt inn
1 ourt tip ni duo e.iii!iderulioii granted iho
pinver of thu pei'nioiirr. Therefore yju
Maiy J.iue inlt riii.uried with I'ciry Hare,
.ruh Ann inici-uiarried with Henry Heiifcr,
Rosanuii inlei -married with .siinou llero,
Ji.hu foci-no y. Cyrus Cuurlnvy, widow
1111-i el.i! I t f Amos Courtney. dceea-d,
li.-nrt-M M. Coiiiluev. Eioiini iiilei married
- wnu .Hants i.uumi, .iiliih-h c uui m-.i mi-.
. ... I. I t 1 1. t -...1
'avha'.tiis T. t uiiiliit y. heirs ana legal rep-i-e.tt
maiives of said John Couriuey tlec'J.,
lo apiie.ir by tirn day nf the next term of
ihe Orphans' Conn of .Snyder County In
il : On M011. lay Iho iMb. day of February
: 170. mid 11 eept Mini lau.i.'s.) uthi-noi-i.
. -HUati-.l III sal 1 ioiiu.(. in ...in...v.r.-.,
, ai 100 vimum..", - ........
tame n.an uui oe sjui nu-nt- im u-ntu-u
it Ihe said Joiiu Couriuey. deceased.
Ciiliticd troui the reeoi Is of said Court
t MiJ.lkbJiri 'his ilihdiy ot Decciubcr
J. CHOUSE, Clerk 0. C.
Y7dicie is the Huu. S. 8. Woods Tresi-
dent Judge of Ibe Judicial District
coLipused uf llie counties of r-uydcr. Union
it it-1 Mitllin nud A. K. Mid'.cswnrth aud
(ieergo C. Moyer, Fs ;s Associate Judgus
in and for fny-ler couniy have issued Iheir
preceipt blaring dale ihe Iho tblb tiny of
beci-iuLer, 1 Mt.'.i, nnd lo me directed for
iho bidding of un Orpbsr.s'courl, a court
of Common I'l ens, court of Oyer ond Ter
li.im r'aiid (ielierul court f t.'uiirtcr. ttes-sa-i.s
ul ihe reiice,, nl Middli-hurg, for Iho
county of Snyder, on ibe -ills Monday, (ho
ing tho "JMb "day cf Febcuury, 1H0.) and
coulinuo one week.
Net ice is therefore hereby given to the
fiiroucr. Justice of the Peace and Consta
hies iu mi for the county of Miyder, lo ap-
pear in Iheir proper person iviih their rolls
records, iii'iiihilioiis. examinations and
o'her reniciiihraiioes lo do llioso things
which ul Iheir olliees nnd In Iheir behalf
pertain to be tlouit uud w itnesses and por
sens prtmeculing iu behalf of the Common
wealth against any person or persons sro
reipiired lo bo I lieu and Ibcro ulteiiding
und not dupnning wllhe... leavo at their
peril. Justiets are retiaestvd lo be punct
ual iu Ibcir nllcndaucu ut tho uppoiuled
time u',iceahly to in. lies.
(Jiveu under uiy hand nnd teal at tbo
SheriU's olhcc iu Middleburg, the tilth day
of December, A. D., ono thoujuu-l olg-. t
huu I uud tixty-nino.
JOHN 8. WOLF, BhorilT.
ADJOUHNKIi COCKT TltOCLA
MATION Whereas iho Hon. 8. f. Wonds. I'rcsi
deul Judge of llie Judieinl District
ooinposcd of Iho counties ol Snyder, Union
and Millln. and A. K. Mid.llosworth anil.
Oeorge C. Moyer. Ksira., Atsooiul Judges
in nnd for bnyder eoiiniy, have issued
their preeept bearing dule Ibe 18lb day of
Deo. lHtitl, and to me directed for the hold
ing of an adjourned orphans court, a court
of Common Please and Uenoral Court of
Quarter Sessions of Ibe l'eaco at Mi-'!lo-burg,
for Ihe euu'ity of Bnyder, ou tho'-d
.Vuuduy of Mailhi next, (being tho 14th,
day of'March, Ds70,) aud lo coulluue one
Notice is therefore hereby given to Ihe
Coroner, Justioca of lbs Peace aud Consta
bles iu aud for the oouuiy of Snyder lo
appear in their proper persons wilh Iheir
rolls, record, iuuisilions, examinations
nud author remembers uoos, lo do those
things of Iheir orlioes and In Iheir behalf
pertain lo be done aud wilnosses aud per
sona prosecuting lu behalf of Ihe Common
wealth against any person or persons are
required lo be I hen aud there attending,
nud not departing without leave at Ihuir
peril. J unions are requested lobe puuo
lual In Iheir atiemlauo at the appointed
time agreeably to uot Ice. '
Oiven undor my bund and seal at tha
PheritT 'solliee In Middleburg Ibe 7ih.day or
January, A. D-, one thousand yighl .hun
dred aud sevouly. " .
' JOHN H. WOLF, Sheriff.
No. 'J27. North 8rd 8t ,