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eilPUl.EltUHO. JfARCrt t. 1870. A BEX r Eli, Proprietor. I'KOCNK Jl'STiri Srrtoso il the L'ni'ed Stair Supreme Court, Ln lieeri assigned to the TlilrJ JuJieial district, couiiweU of the States of l'eonylvni, New Jorev, oti'l Iinlewnre ; no t JutiCi llradlry will ho assigned to Fifili dis- irift. C"tnt'riiina Geurgis, 1'luriJa, Al abawa, Misi.- I ui, Louisiana ami Texas. Orrtcut sreMints f iris sinking ol He Oiu'iila. tent I y Ida nircnn an frttrnlKiMU'J I'j oiln-r mvI ttoni tlm vt-sstd, liiivc re.irh.rd Yosli!n?ton. . Tbey vonljr tic telecrnplilc reports i" tln main ami ti)nponi anwei 1 1 tnin Kjro, oftlio IJoii.l.sv. s case ulti ientlv cniidcrnnstnr? to warrant a sen truce of dent It by banging at tlie jrd mi. Aftra on hour's r"nu'tnti.in tlie y.uy rn piiiini'lril to try l'ririce l'ierre i;itnarii t rouunt in a venue! ot ne n:i! t:il. 1 Ills end n rase tlint for t tie Impcir nf I'l onc I) justice shiniM never Itnve trtn liepnn. I noiiiim wil' find in such I'uriia'ily hut l-:irrt tic turos. WluTe liven tf citizen arc licM so clionp respect fur din;t v can t.ol fl ui Mi. pAttr.. March 23 The rxcltonirn! over tho neqnital cf Prince 1'ierro Ho no parte is increasing1, onl It is lielicved ilnt he will bo aseasDalctl should he eno9 himself lit the thoroughfares. The tint for dumnges auitim tlie Prints will ho trsnslerred to a lower Court, it ia said. Vauh; March 2S. Tbo cnunsol for rrinco l'erre Bjemparte contended on Saturday that ho noted in poll defence Kpiilyiiiito a o'lr"''"" I'JT the Prca ident of the' Court, tho Friuce mid : , hMi Victor Noir, the doccaiod, struck mo Whit I have said is the truth. I hare spoken nothing but the truth nil through this ntT:r. The jury retired nnrl consulted for one hour, when they returned to the court room with a verdict nf nopiitai u nil point nl the indictment. Des tine of t oniine-rce. The President's message oo the de cline if American commrrce. enl!a at lention to the report of the Home Sub-t'oniniiltee, hirh point out the many pruve wrongs t ta.it have prooJnc o I tho present utiuiipry decline of out men-hunt murine. Ho say it is o na tional humiliation tint we arc rotnpcll ed to Iisv S:l,lliMl,IH.IU snnnally (oxclu live of passage nmiiey, which we should litirc with iicr nation) ti foreipners for wnrk which cliouM bo done by American vccceN American built, owned and manned. Thin I a direct dmin on tho resources of the country of so lunch money, r(iial to rusting it into tlioKea o far us this natiuu'is con cerned The I'res'Jcn! v that tho commit- teo auhniitM two hilly, whiih ifndopted, Pr.if.rTAnv l?utwcll ties directed the Asi'otit Treasurer at New York t i tell F.IMiO.t'OH of pold nnd pur-i-hii.to f :'.t"'0.n0'.i wrrih of bond", en iiccciii.t cf the finking fund, durinir the month t.f April, and in ndditi'm lirri-!o tn t iik li:i-e f 2 (HID O(M) Worili . - . . . - . .. .1 , I; . .-II ! . d lm. M' llir wpcrial liilld. niaklliir l"y ocuevo win umninieiy reKiore in nil ti ah f.fti;.(H0 (no nf pold und'ihe niaritiin power of tho nntinn. poi rli.0 ol ?l,'i '(i.oini worth id hon,l I The report nhow. the netual and eom f..r tho luoiitli of April equivalent to punitive- American tonn?e at the time tl.r.. iiii fti.i.'OD.UUU of gJlJ into the "i m preoiesi pnwperuy, imaeiuni uc- ti-x. U-1. U'lino unce, with tlieciiu.-e, anJ extiiti- i( atutidtira ol nmternil nnerest to the subject. The President recommend the liiYortiblo cuneidcratiou of these Greenbacks and Cold. Bo nearly has the raluo oi greenback nppronched to the value of ailver, says the Uhicao Tribune, that tho nlvor coin throughout tho country may be aaid to be practically io circulation. Ho soon ai the deolintnp preminm eball brinp prrenbackt M near the cold ta- ue, luere will h thrown into circula tion l-'OO.O J0.U00 of pold Let us s-c how the money snnply would then he met. We Into at preset!', in circula tion 57UO,00D,mU of rap" currency Until very Irconlly its purchasing power has not exeenled '20,0IJO,UOO in gold. Hut let tho smill remaining gold premium he n bated, and we ehnll then have In circulation no les than S9')l),00J,(Ml() in paper nnd coin, each dollar of which in worth a dollar in ttold. Thin will he seen to he eqnnl ab ut to a direct ndditioo ol $'W,(tlO. D00 to the currency of trndo. Mon ey would theo be the plenties thin wo should have, nod the real danger would lie that the procot period of Ma;nticn nnd depression would b followed ly a ich another apssn of cx o eivc and spccuhitive prosperity a tollowed ihe return of pold Into circu lation in 121. Theso now living who -aw ihoxe lively days of the olden time will welPremembcr tbe inflation of eontldencc nnd cradita which was fol lowed by the (lisastrou crash of 1824 and IKjS-j. Such epprchenaions may sound very strangely at this time, ns n result el contraction to irll value but these nre the facta. For the pnt yenr tho ncarcity of money has well niph parnlvted every kind r luiniiicm Throw all the gold and ailver into fir- culition. tjivo the roontty nino bun dred millions of dollura of eneli. with the liied ptirchaHin power of pold A Dangerous Acid. Within a few day severe Ion ha heeo sustained by. several New York bauks br the payment of fenulne checks of email aroooU certified as good, altered, by tbe of eheBicaK to loseca by tbl process er estimateJ to amouot to at least f 100,0'JO, and tbe Mrnatrators of the fraud an still at lamo. So daacerous a fori'err la thii, that our leading bankers are devisiog meann whereby to detect If. nnd to this end ask the co-opctation of thoir correspondents We wero yesterday shown, at th banking-hoiine of Dreiel A Co.. a bottle of tbl 'ink eraser," as it ia culled, nnd tried it Home written matter lying on tbe counter, by merely toiichioif it with tbs wet tper ol ft hottl. when every trace ot toe wr"n'i coming in contact with it van ished in two seconds, leaving tlie pa ttern: smooth and virgin as belore written UDn. So much of value aa there depetidcnt upon the inviolability of writing ink, in will, deeds, donda. notes, contractu, etc., I lis great danger this liquid threatened could not in tbe nature of tbinus long o unreminded. if u remedy could be foun by tbe ioge nuity of man. A remedy, it seems, ha been found. Immediately alter the successful removing ol of the writing nbove mentioned, which wm in tbe common blnek ink, a few words were written witb other ink prepared cspe cially to reit the notion of tbe acid alluded to. and oo applying: it the wordt remain as bright nnd dictinct as they were bo line. Tmro was no damaging effect whutover. 7iia. Ldjrr. ABSOLUTE D1VORCK8 legally obtained laNcwtork Indiana, Illinois and other Btatre, fer persons from aajr Rial er UMifllry, legal everywhere; assertion, druskeaaees, non-aupporj, etc., saffioieni oaiis tie snblleiiy i ne charge until di vorev cMWnrd. Advice free Uutlnoee tslakllaked filtefS jrears. AtSresN, Bf llUtPK. Any. V Ke. Kassae Pi., It. Y, Chy btatoof UHAHLES) HtlOIIKS), DoeMMd. KTTEH3 TF.8TAMF.NTART upon the I ea I ale of Charles Unities, des'd., late of the IswnshiD of l'enns. pnyiler (Jnnnij, Pa.,bavlB( been granted to lb nndaralgaod alt persona Indebted to the Snld estate are requested is aiake yayinant, sou ibos Dar ns dnmli tae eaoM te wreeeai ibtm without ileluT to JOHN K. IIUUIIF.3, r..ior. WILLIAM HVOIltS. l-iculora. March in, imo. t'JH'OKXA IN DIVORCE. raeii irieonjoe.iiaiiey muo rietMin i. tie-true num. )i:o. t, i'ki. taOKliHCIk HUNT, ftasinodent. Ilr: Yea will please litke notice (hat depnsltlon will be Ultra ma s ttm witnesses Bro-iaceii inn iitunn-i w .ri el tbe llbellMl In Iheeburo enlliled eeaie, before me, 1 moms J. Sunn, 'nmmlelner sp palntetl by Ihe sent Court for tbt t-aruxe, ea MAI t NKAV. AI'Klt. . Itweeo the hour of 10 o'chx-k, A. M., anil 4 u'.-loek P. M , of test dev. at the fubllo House nf I-lite Wearer, Id Centreline, sslil entihtjr. When and wLere rail nay atienu u Jou iuids proper. The 1're.siderit is reported o bavin): te!ii-ed to st ml trior to Tennessee. hoMiiiL' t l.nt there is tin lrurnl eround I bills - i lor l.vcntiee interposition. 1 but i s M'liMt.le decision. It will be time enough fer 'he I'rcsidctit to efid Fcl cro: i'd crs to Tennessee when the In- nl autlitnitie make a formal rroiiei-t Indeed, to do so witlmtit tineh requests. I wniiKI le n i:fijiinli:ib!e an act ol in terli tciice iu Tennessee it would in I'crns.v'vania ; and, vf it were done in ne iiiKtuuce, it mijilit be requited by pnlilitiiin-t (or partisan purposes, in .very mule of the Union. Tlio tleeii'ion ren- Cuucludcs as iv- Chicago lakes the lend as n pork jinekintr city. The number of hog; packed there tlurine this reason in MO, t 00. Bitiiinat ftil UlO in Ht. I.euis and r.sT.GS'1 iii Cincinnati, the f rmer 1'nr kopollsof tho i niintry. Chicago "man nlnrturcd'' thin season f'J.UOO btirrcls td nie.-f pork and 3i,00i) of other kiuds The total ouniber ol live and dressed l.oj;!i received at thut point ond shif- iied, between October 18 and March S live mouths waal. 139.000! Chi iaj;o now cures the best bams that come from tho West, and excels till ihe WiHtero cities in tbe hor biiriiifd-p-nerally, as well ai io tbe grain nud divorce buinets. The action of the President, in fail icg to comply vith Governor Sortcr'ti rcque'tion fr troops, is thought to incuii something more than was nt first supposed. It bns been stated thnt (iovernor Sinter nindo tho requisition in order to secure from the President a recognition of the ?tte nf Tennessee. and his authority as chief Mngistiaic ! her, ol the Commonwealth, in order to pre vent any movement looking to rccon-Rliiii-'iiin by Congress, (iovernor Cen ter bii been summoned to appear be 1'ro the ltcconst ruction Coiuinittec ai Washington by Gen. lfiitler. when he will ttetily a. Io neeei-iiy of vending troops into Tcnnei-see by tho National (J ivernnieut. (j-verner Sontcr seems to uodcrtund that the result will be u total reconstruction of the State, lie will withdraw the rcquir-ition. and tie dire that trood order now eibts thro' out the Ute. explain i:jre. A full report of the lostimony before (lie Court ef Inquiry in the casts ol Captain Kyre 1ms teen received, nnd it coo linns, MibMancially, what we have nlrcady pnlilishcd. tiered "by the Court lows : . Under all these cireoinstancej it bo comes our duty to prnnounco whether io our opinion, Mr. Kyre wasjustified in proceeding tn his vjyae witirint wnitino; to ascertain whether tho Onei da was iu need of aseiataoce. Wo recognize the fact that ho was placed in a position of great difficulty and doubt, and in circumstances under which he was called upon to decide promptly; but we regret to have to tecord il as our opinion th.lt bo acted hastily nud ill-ndviscdly, in thnt, in sleod of waiting; and endeavoring to rentier aisiuneo to tin Oneida, he, without having reason to believed that his own vcfcsel was in a perilous condi tion, proceeded en his voyage. This conduct constitutes, in our opin ion, a breach of tho tbirty-lbird section of the sixty-third chapter of tbe mer chant shipping act of 1SG2. nnd wc therefore led callod upon to susptnJ Mr. J'-yre'a certificate lor six culcudor months from tli'.s date. . I'orhaviti ' proceeded oa bis voy age,'' alter iKrviti run down a vessel wilb nearly two hundred buuls on bourd, knowing, as the teatiniony tmows 'thut be hud, at lca.it, t-eriously injured Cuptn'.n J.yre "certilieato is proportion, to the prceent depression. llowcvcr there are few w ho would not risk the effect of noother speculative period for the soke of getting things tirmly settled" again on a gold bird. The l'lrRon right-Letter from ( olMtiel linker- WAsitistiiox, March 2S. Tho fol lowing wa received to-day at army hend'iuni lers : !Y Ki.t.t. Montana, Mar. 23 ISO. G'ti'Ttit J'. II W r!d i n, rummnndhig MiWin, J.)tM1n, Inirngit Tut New York sVunenvs: Three month ago Harmon A. lilck. poor nnd the rebound would bo in direct j German eruegraut, was robbed of t:S07 by the Hon. John I-eory. a gentleman .. 1-.? I : a - coniinaotling some poiuirai inuuenuv Mr. Leury w a arrested, immediately released on bail. Tbe poor German was thrown into the diantnl Home ol Detention, and tbere he has remained ever since. Tho ctise was called for trial In the Court of Gouorul Sesaionn. lint, tho irinl was nostnoood. Mr. Lesry rvalkrd off with hi political Iriends, and the poor iierman was r mnnded to tuison. Meanwhtlo h wile r.nd children ate starving in II am btirg. I their any city but Now i urk I. . . I t . . I I L In answer to your telegram received H - uuea o.uies , ere n .uur 19 It It-UOVVS ft- II v " ' 'V.i " uv... prison. suspended lor six calender month '." N cvrpti were substituteil fur 'certifi cate," the sentence would strike the American mind aa far liiuio appropri ate. Tin: l'ii. The ew Uold Mine lorula. la Tall on tho -I'd lost., 1 report that niter having made every effort to get the judgment vf tho officers of tho com mand, I was btatislied thut the follow ing number approximates as neatly to the exact truth as poanblo : Tho number killed nl the Picgon village was 173, of whom 120 were able-bodied men, nud 53 women and children ; 11 women and children were altcrwardit captured and relcused. 1 believe that every ollort was made by the oflieers and men to protect the non-combatants, and such women nnd children us were killed were acciden tally killed. The report published in the Ka.-tern papers is w boly nnd mnlieiounly (alee It scciuh incredible luiU tbe luiae as sertions of two persons, oeilber ol whom had made any efforts to iuform themselves iu tbo matter, should out weigh the reports of '.hoso cunged iu the light, ami wbo feel tbat tiiey have nothing to palliate or conceal in their conduct. All tbat officers ol the com tnand osl of the authorities is a lull uod complete investigation of the earn paign, una less man una cannot oc conceded them. C. L. Kakcb. I5revot Colonel U. S. A. Major 2d luvalry. A Sutural .Mistake- A California paper snvs : A few days ago Hev. w. T. Lucky, Principal of tho Stato Normal School, aud IVeiiilintly acting a Chaplain to tbo penitentiary at St. Quontin, was vi- :ting at bacrutucnto, nnd interviewing to nomo extent, perhaps, the members ot the i.Pk'iHluturo. Jloing in tbe hen' nte Chamber at tho opening nf the morning seasiou, no was requested by tbo l'resiueni to open tuo proceening to The San Iiego conespontlent of the Sua Francisco JSulUlin writes from the Tjuw gold fields, under dato ef March 8: n . r.,.. .1.:., . ,..i... i.. i . rocks of Messrs. tiower and othei's wi,l w,"b P"!"' hl ho',,J' 'Uh Imvo arrived in San Francisco It H ... hie iiouso Lonimittce on hi retgn ,.,.1,i1.,i . ,wii.. i 1118 wl" " or ine poeopio fturrounninir AffHii Ims nntht.rizcd its chairman I ,,., .i, . ' ;,i, ,t. k..ii' inn ,. him, we cannot say in tho following ... . " V. ) andic' whether forgetting the place ., Jhe wa in or the poeopio fturroundinir ris l t. i . . i i.'ir. jiuBK-i io report i no iouow:iig t,ii.ul.,, ,,,,,,,,, -,.i1.,.i joint resolution in reference to C iha tfj,, je,tia,i,)n io vcw san Diouo. nnd - e - - - That tbo President of the 1'oited States be and is hereby authorized and instructed to declnro ami maintain a strictly ittpurtinl neutrality on the part ol the Govvrumcut of tie United States in tho contest cow existing between tbe people n ml the g' vet omen t ol the kincd' tn id" Spain. Sit Hon 2. And hi- it furfhrr rtit' ft, That all acts or pans of act and ell prcviswtm of (ho Hatote approved C'Jiu of April, lli;, entitled '-An act io lublitiou to tbe net for the punish, ment of certain r rimes against tho United Slules, and to repeal tbo acts therewith incntiotiej, ' shall bo eon elrued to apply equally to each of Ihe ariies in the i-ibting con list between tbe people ot I ula and the govern incut of S pain. V.., Tiik storm on Sunday wss terrific in New York and vicinity. The North and Kukt rivers and the bay were lash ed in to furious commotion, and it was w ith tho greatest difficulty that the ferry beats could "ply their vocation." Bcveral vessels were torn from their mo riug and swept adrift, and several 'cllibious occured in consequence. 1 he number of signs blown down in tbo business portion of the chy was so great I bat it occupied much of the time of tbe police officers to carry them if the station bouses. Tbe walls left standing by tbe lata Crosby street fire were blown down and cat travel pre vented. A large three story brick luildiug on I'orly-lxth street, was blown down, crushing to ntoma s small f iame teoouieot near it, and killing a turn named lionjamln Donnelly, bU w ife sad three childroo, and breuking tbe lege of the fourth cbi!d. Several bouses in Brooklfn were blown down nnd many unroofed and otbrrwuto in jured. In Williamsburg, s young la dy was taken np by tbs wind and daah d against a stoop and killed. On the noaat, there is reason to tear, J be Uems-a it whs ix i-u'ht worth looking at to seo the people rushing for a look at the precious stuff. Within an hour alter tho arrival of the ' rocks,'' every vehicle which whs attainable ha l been engaged by pnrties eager to locate iu the new Kl Porodo. The discoverers said their was nny quantity of the came kind of country to prospect in, plenty of le Ige, and pleuty of grass, wood, and water in tho vicinity. From present prospects, tlicro senilis to be oo doubt of tho ex istence of rich quarts mines and plenty of paying diggings in this county, which should no longer be classed among tbe "cow counties." Since tbe arrivsl of tbo quarts of Messrs Gower and others, tho two San Die ges are being depopulated at a rapid rate, goods of.every description are sent forward, and business look up wonderfully. On Monday a rich epooimen was brought to New Sao Diego, about a footsquure, tbe value of wbieb wa variously estimated at (rem 1 150 to (G00. Tbia, of coarse, did not lessen the enthutiain of the people, wbo are really going mine mad. National City is left without population, and if our friend llorlon ia able to finish his bugo hotel in Newtown, without im porting a fresh lot of workmen, he will be lucky. It is reported that Chinamen are being driven from tbe newly-discovered mines, aud also tbst a fight had already taken pluceln ooosequeoce, several Chinamen and others being killed. It Is stated thcro sre more Israe lites In New York c'ty than in Hhe Holy Land, or in all eJtre. There are about 70,000 ia tbat city, and this is probably a larger number I ban now In habit the Scripture lands above men tioned. Of that 70,000 there are sot 1,000 tbst can justly be called peer wiitie the majority are neavt owners bl real estate and also the most jtctlve driven auhora and 7Hif.l.TrJ?i V 1 Crry thm Q "M manner "Oh, Lord, we pray Thco that Thy mercies may bo extended to these poo'r men, who liuve been sent here Irom sll pirts of tho Kate convictod of various crimes and misdemeanors havo mercy upon tnem.we beseoch Ihce.while they are here serving out the time for which thev wire seut ; and when they have served und aro dismissed from these wall may they return to their homes better men, and in tinio may thev bo- come useful and upright citizens and honorable members ol Society. Amen." Whereupon the member from Yolo aroao nnd said : "Mr. President. I move to strike out Yolo County. " Tbe aeono which followed can be bet ter imagined than described. riteonela Penasylvanlau Account from the rural districts confirmed by what can be seen in our own markets, prove tbis to be whsl in olden times they called a pigeon venr. In other words, tbe woods snd fields in this snd two or three S'ljoin log counties, are filled with millions of the passenger pigeons. Twenty year ago it was oo uncommon thing t3 see great locks of these birds pass ing over, so thick, as, liko the Persian arrowi at Nhomopyla, to darken tho sun ; whilo thirty years ago those great pigeon-roosts, covering miles of forest, with tbe birds breaking- down tbe limbs of the trees witb tbeir crowded weight, were well known to the farm ers. But as our woods have been cut down and thioed out,, and the country settled np, the pigeons have been dis appearing; westward, though we stil! hear of great flocks and -roosts in Kentucky and Indisna. Tbis year, however, they seom to have returned to Ds in greater force tbao al sny time within tbe last twenty year. And though pis-eons do not usually alight much in this region in the spring thoy are frequently seen tbis spring settibg on old corn snd wheat fields, looking Tur. Wooosockel Patriot has s tut .le. It ssys tbere is a family io l oion illtiL'o. consisting ol one great grana father, two urandmothers, threo moth ers. three widows, four children two randchildren, one great grandchild one aunt, ono great aunt, one mere, oue nenhew. one mmd and two sister, anil vet there nre but live persons .In all i eo question is, now can iwenty-uve dc made out live 7 ISoth branches of our Legislature has agreed to ndjouro next Thursday Partial returns from the election io tbe diffeVereot parts of Tennessee show tint tbo new constitution has been ratified by about 40,000 majority Mr. Jesso Mejjuck, of Millheim was found dead in his stable oo Men tlay morning, 14th inst. Supposed to have died of apoplexy. A San Francisco judge fined starved girl 25 cents for stealing, and then raised 820 among the spectators for her. I bat Judge will go to beat en. Tbo mills of tho HamJeo Pape Company, at Holy oak, Massachusetts wcro burned Sunday nigbt. J l.o Io is (250,000: insured for (200,000. One hundred nod fifty bonds am thrown out of work. Huily, the new York collector of internal revenue, appears to be a tie laulter to a large amount. The Un ted States sutnorities sre very mur. excited over the matter, but New York tskes it as a matter of course The burning of the Central Pacific Railroad bridge over tlie American riv er. California, was undoubtedly the work of design, as tho Bfo was oWrv ed in a number of places at the same time. Tbe loss is estimated nt (100, 000. Several hundred workmen are now engaged in erecting a temporary bridge. Tho tea traflio over the Pacific Railroad is increasing, nml destine to bo a source of ureal revenue in the the future. One thousand packages ol tho tea, cargo of the ship IlenefrtclrcriS at San rrancisco, have gone forward to Chicago, by rnil, the remaining It) 000 packages are ordered to bo shipped to New l urk by the consignees, A A Low & Co. A lato Pennvlvanian left the bulk of his property, (3,000, to the purpose of building hunselt a tnoou ment, cutting off his wile with one cent Now, the internal revenuo law never contemplate 1 the case in which a tes tator should leave his property for tbe benefit of no person whatever, snd oossertiiently their is no legacy tax on this (5,000, though thcro is on tbe oue cent. A bearded girl has made bor np pearnnce at Glade Spring depot, Wash ington county, Va. She ia four years old, and bus a moustache sod whiskers the hair upon the forehead extending to the eyebrows. ery hesvy hair exceedingly black, extend below tho shoulders. The child is sprightly, with fully doveloped limbs snd well formed body. The arms, shoulders, and back are covered with soft, downy hair. Statistics show that tho ratio ol annual increase io suicide all over the world is from 8 to 5 per ceut, while the ratio of Increase or population I about 1 64 por cent, a year. Tbis suggests tbo possibily ol tbs suicide rite ultimately exceeding the birth rate, and resulting consequently in the self extinction of tbs human race. Tbe St. Louis frpubttan.grsvoly review Tog tbe stststlcs, looks mournfully forward to tbe time when there will be left but one buuian being oa the tbe planet, snd be, with a rone around hie solitary woasand. ball jump from barn rafter, snd leave the uofortun ) ssrTaaasewwaTss 'Sswwwtiwaisailai A iilniarai ai "JJNJON PLANINO MILL I eEMNSOROVK, SNYDER CO., PA. Kcely & Milllcr, Lumber Dealers r sso MAStrsotrate Doors, Deer Boxes, Wlnlows, Shelter Wledow Boxes, Blinds, Sash, Malr Fixings, Iland Railing, Crack et Wonbllncs flooring, SCROLL SAWINO a L'ABINKT TflJflKO. Shinglos, Lath, AO., Sto. Orders solicited snd tilled with prompt- Ben and despatch. Please call antt em Is 0'ir stork before purchasing risen here j u-asir March , 1170. liotaralMlone. ITISM new coots: H O. HETZEL. t P. B. JfcCt'LLOUOH UBTZSXi V SfltcCXrZJaOVOH, (SUCCESSORS TO JUUN HETZEL,) DEALERS I?t ALL KIMDS OF MUllCUAIVDISE NEW MUSIC STOUE IN SEUNSGROVE. J ; rte (VMS the tattre Ports anS Fwh f CAl' fr.rr.ls. free frnm sll aint hlte rttlmnlartf. Ttiee arelheORF AT Kl.twif PtRTFim end l.ll'K QlVlritf PFINt IPt.F, frtrt Ketieretor unci sales au siali mems! We are (jilt in Eeliosiirove and trtpareJ to furuiiU . Pianos, Orpuis itlcloileons Accordeons Violins &cM Vc. And sll kinds nf Musical Instruments V 11 KAP KB TUAS E'Kii I We wsrmnt all our Instruments for nte years, l'isnos, tirpnns. Mrlotlrona and Acctirtteons correctly inneii una tepairtii. More epen erery WKI)SKNlAY and JfATL'Hll AV. Instruct inn elTrn on the I'iano, MeloJeon, Violin and AccorJcon, at rensonatile rates. (live us a enll. We aunrsntee eslisfac linn. MAI. KM & Bl K IN INur.K. Nnvrmber 17, IWlHif er liiisettrf lie Ustrrr., onrrftte ft H 1 rrt'nr e re- mnon t In Hereon cen tehe tliee Rcttora altstidlai to dlratltoaa, aad reaiatB long unwell. M . Sim wtu ne else o n ineeraiHe iin eiwrt Ihe bntiM are ant Seetrueed Se mlnerat rs-lsetie nr nthnr niesns. sn.) Ihe ellal eranne WMteS be- TOtnl thepn'nt or r'l'. fnr lanemtratery snd taresle Fkeerrsltna atirt triinl, lTMt-ps. nr indtreelhia. Hill toes. Hretirent, inti inie'reirteni revere, i wmmm -the IH'xxl, Liter. HMnere, en4 MleSiler. these Mitten lisve been mnei iiirroesfnt So oh file- ees ereesaset be Tttlstixl m-wil tilrri levee- ereiif proaucea Df aereniioiuom ei ine vi(ut "If."1"- . ...... ... I iein"etne llllTm rinun wimrrrryi uni Its Irerinrltiee orli Ikrmtek tee stn In rtre t.lee, Miiiillnaeor "eresi elense It elir o See (l ehslracle-1 se-t eltiealsh In theeelusi elenw It erhen It le ton I, enS Tur fsellrir.S wtll felt jmm when. Keop ibe blued pen ead Xhe. .hse.lt. the system will lIM-w. Fl sr, T APr. anS other WORWff, rorkine ( the itrlrm of sn isstit thonssmte, are eSeetaeJIr lettr"te. and remeeed. In Htlllnus. Hemlileel. end laternrttterf Fe ters.thwe Hitters hsee no einel. For roll fllree. ttns resit eeretnlly the elrnnlnr arntinif ese bottle, Tinteil In Mir htniiuee F.nsUib,tir us a, i'reuck anil spinl-h J. WALK F.R, Pmertetof . S3 1 nmeierr ht , H. T. R.n. MenOALI I O , rrrnettsts. sn.l nenerst A cents. Sen FrsneWM snl Seeramen'u, t'sllforule, enJ 11 a at Cota neree t , N. Y. -not.l BY ALL DRtJOOtT AND tit. A LERS. (.MarlO-Sm COXSUMl'TIOX, HROXCHITli. Aelliina, n n l I'ata'rh cared hj Inlia'a tion. A'inotts luhnllng Unl'lls tho ooy renicil.r llinl op ers ire on llirl ung-diesoleee Hie liinerc-trs, nliicn are lurown on. in cal ties deal, ami a euro isrRecied. Treat ment tv letter or In person can be la J onlv or y Van liLMMtL. m. d., is west Mi st. N.Y. lOaa IIIOIIEST CASal HKICE - PAID FOR FLOUR, GRAIN KAIL KOAD Tlli-S, ic, Jtc, C HARM AN , SNYDER fOl'MTT, PENNSYLVANIA. Mar oh IT, ISTO-tF. y.NlTEI) STATES BONDS BOUGHT, SOLD A EXCHANGED OS MOST L1DKHAL TEUM. GOLD AT Market nates. Coupons Cashed. bitwhy et Vol. Adw-rtif-ment. Iltib K AO is T S W A N T E O TO t E LL, T12. VI3AKS I. It includes ihe Histories, Mysteries, anil fecret Doinifs of Wall Street. Life Kketohrs or its Men, the speculations in llnlil.uiocks J'C nomrn fpcculslors, ami nil I lint Is prrai. (.owfrful. etilrmliil, mysterious, in terestitiir, wicked, naiatinir, wrelcliod, eto. in t lie f'jeus of siiecultion. Vortraits ot Yaniierbill, Drjw, Unulil, Kiske, Jr., anil mnny others. Kuerarinsa of noted places, I.ifo ami Scncs, o. ' I'anvaesine Hooks free. Meml for circulnrs to Wotiiisiit.is Utsrix & Co.. I'utliahers, li Asylum til., Ilai UorJ, Conn. nisrj-t Iw 'IU ;0.Sjl MI'TIV l!si. 1'rovidco tially my ilaiiztner was restored to health by simple invnns, iiliout medicine. The paiiiculuis will ho sent five. Kktutx K. IIiksliiw, Kiocton Uii-tet, Uiooklyin l.otig Islitnil. inarU4-4ie rillllS Id SO IILMULO! J. hy sendins 35 centu nil ose, lieisht,. color uf eyes and hair. you will rvceive, by return mail, a correct picture or your future uusnaml or wile, wuu miuie andilute of carriage. Aulresa W. , u., l. U. No. Fuliuufille. New York. mar'.' t-w Q ! VAKSISO-BOOKd SENT FREK FOR Paris by Sunlight GASLIGHT A Work descriptive of ihe Mysteries, Vir tues, ices. PpieiidoTs eutl Crimes, or Uf C'i'y of Paris. It tells how Paris lias heroine lie Gayest sn I moat Itr-tutil'iil t'ity In the would ; how it Uc.iuty and Splendor are purchase! al a fi-arffui cost of Misery ami Sufferlnp ; how visitors nre Swindled by Professional Ad venturers; how irliie ul ice go arm-In-nrm in Iho llfiiuiiful City how lbs most Fearful Crimes nro commilteil and eouceaLiw ed ; how money is st I'ltinderc I in utelass luxury ; and contains over 1)1) fine engra vings of nntctt Places. Lire an l scents in Paris. Aicnia wanted. Canvaseing Deoks si St free. Address N ATI C'NAL Pl PUSIlIXO CO. Feb i-4w Philadelphia. P. PACIFIC RAIL HO AD BONDS nought snd Sold. STOCKS Ilougbt and Sold ON COMMISSION ONLY. Accounts received and Interest allowed on daily balauoe, subject to check, at sight Delia veil V Brother, ' 40 South Third Street, j PHILADELPHIA. March 17. 1970 y JEYSTONK UOTEL. Selingiov, Snyder County, Pa. TIlH nnderslgned beg leave to inform the public thnt I hey have purchased and will keep, in good style, the roe well known and nnpulsr house. TIIHIK RAR will always be atocked with the belt and choicest liquor that can ha prooured In the Philadelphia and llerriebtirs marketa. T11HIR TARLK Will always be supplied witb Ihe best delicacies sad. meet aubstanllal tood that the market will afford. THEIR STABLE Will alwnya be attended by oiirctul and trustworthy hostlers who will see justice dona Io any horse entrusted to tbeir eare. Mr Having large, airy and well furnish ed rooms, good aertants, with Ihe untiring effort a of lbs proprietors to please their gueaia, they hope to meet wilb a large share of public patronage, oiaylo-li-.tf U. D. & J. F. WALTER. QUICK IA1BI " ASO i nuu Monro. milK MAUIC CO.MII will chunge JL any ndoird hair or beard 10 a permn- iK' u I black or brown. 1t coiiinins no poison. Any cue can use it. One sent by mail lor tl. Addresa MAtilC CUM U CO., mar'J4 ;juij Sp riugtield, Mais. Koa Family Vss, limplr, tlta). rtUubU, Kniis everything. Agents Wanted. C'ir culnr and raniple slocking KUKK. Address II1XKLKY KMTTI.NU M ACII IX K Co.lUth. Me., or l"0 UrjiidwAy, S. Y. Fvb.l'-ilm I WAS Cl RI'.I'of Deafness nnd catarrh by a simple lleiunly und will send ihe receipt free. Mrs. M. C. LKOQKVT, 4w Hoboken, N. J THE SEW AKTRLK Or" HWdT" Pur tveeiityjice nuta you cut buy uf yuur Druyijitt or Grocer a ptichajt of Sta iluti Purine, vianujartureit from ir Irith Mure or Vurragven iihirh will whe tthtren quart of lllaiic Manye, ami a like quantity of Pud- diniji, tuniariU, Vrcum, VharMttr Iiunr, &c., tf'c. Il is ly far ih ehenpnt, hrallhirl and mutt deliviou fuod in the KorlJ. Iluad Sea Moss Farlne Co , tl Pak I'LAtS, N.Y. WILLIAM II. REAVER Respeci fully annouaoes to -the eittiens ef Middlebarg and eicluily tbat be I now ready to supply them witb tbe largeat and most eon plot s ek of SPBING A SUMMER GOODS ever brought to tbis place, at greatly re dnce prices cheaper thin tbe cheapest, lie invites attention to bis large stock ef ' I MUSLINS, CAIICl'Eh. DEL4INE8. T.AWN3, . blLKS, UEMfcOta, MNEN8, Boots and Shoee, , , HATS AND CATS. READY-M ADB CLOTHING, 8HIRT8, and everything usually kepi la a a well regulated atere. (Jive me a eall and be coaviaeed Ibat Ibis te the place te buy goolt. .WlltUTDV DDniklulr ..i Plantation Bitters. 8. T.-1160-X This wonderful vrgctable restorative is the sheet-anchor of the feeble aud debili tated. As a tonio and cordial for ihe aged aud languid' it uas no equal among stom achics, As a remedy for I ha bervous weak ness to which womeu are espsoially sub ject, jt ia aupereding every other stimi lent. Iu all oliuiatea, tropical, temperate or frigid, it acts as a specifio iu every spe cies of disorder wbicb undermines the bod ily ttreogib aud breaka down the animal spirits. For sale by all druggista. M9-t)m OH K AT t'llANCEI Agents Wauled! Ol AAA per yenr sure made by O l Uvv Agents, male or lemala, selling our world rcnowDcd Palt-ut Kvcrlneiiug Mbit Wire Clothe Lines, t'lieapsst and best clothes ties iu ihe world : only il ele. per fort, sad will lust a hundred yoars Address Ihe Hudson River Wire Co., 75 Wm. bl., It, I., or Id Pearbotn St. Chiosgo, 111. Feb 3-4w. $732 IN 31 DAYS .Vud by one Aganl, relliog Su.vsu's Tat st Ei.astio bani'M. Over 611.000 now ia uto. lltcopimendeil by Ilvn. Horace Gree ley and American Agriculturietj Oue county reserved for each Agent. C A" I'ttuu & Co., iit Ci.uril.in I St. N., or 1 2-1 Wnhinglou St. Chicago. HI. 4w. fjlllE AML1UCAN FAMILY Kuittiiiff machine Is preenlsd to tlie puMis ns ihe most Sim ple, I in utile. n! Compact and Cheap Enit ting Machine ever invented. P1UCE, ONLY S2.5. This machine will run either backward or forward with ctiinl I'aoiliiv ; makes the sains stitch ns by hand, but far superior lit every resdeel. ill knit 2J,nyo fatitc'ace in one tuiniito. snd do perfect work, leaving every knot on the in-ido of tbo work. It will knit pair of stockings (sny site) in r than half sw hour. It wtu knit close or open, plain or ribbed work, with any kind of coano ot' tine woolen yarn, or coiton, silk or liurn. It will knit slocking wih double beet an I toe, drawers, boons, sicks, sinuklug cups, comforts, purses, inulfs, fringe, nfghans, nubins, undrrsleevcs, tuitions, skaiingcsp lump nicks, mots, cord, uudcrshirts.shawls jackets, crrdlo btankcte. leggins. wrislers, suspenders, tidies, tippeta, luflel work, aud in fact and endless vaiiciy of articles iu every dny use, as well as for ornament. From ft.? to IO per day can he made by any one with (be America Kni(ting Machine, knitting stockings, ko.. while expert npernlora enn even make more knitting fuecy work, which always cob inmnnil a ready snlr, A Jerson can read ily knit from twelve to liftcen pairs of lockinge pedny, Ihe profit on which will be nut less ihnu forty cents per pair. FARMERS can sell thsir woo, nt only forty to nfty cutis per pound; but by getting Ihe wool made into yarn at a amiill eipenae, and kuinine il io socks, two or three dollars per pound aisy be realised. On receipt of fi'i we will forwasd a machine as ordered. We wisb to procure active agents in ev ery section of the United Slates ft Canada, to whom lbs most lineral luuuoemeoie win be otfered. Address Anierli'iiu Knitting Maculae Co., Febl7w-lJ Uoeton. Mass., or tit. Louis, Mo, FARMERS, Milium ttie tUM II Their Pons, and ethers. S can make uionev ranlillv. ellibg ttie SUiM IL,l.t'HlnA'l Kll fAHM IH' MANl'tL, etlltcu by (.o. K. Wiaisu. I'rsoltrsl tanner ami Author, and 1st Agri cultural KtiHliieor of N. Y . Centrul f-rk. Tbe best book lr r'aruiers ever Issued All need II oslore plautlbg. It is a souuil, labor saving, money making book. Thousands have bouakt It, asd tbousaodt mote waut It. Hflesma t-ili-liua res or Llveagsnt wantatl. fronts larne. A. U. UO fiUAUi), Mi Uheauiut St. rhil. 4w. TUB GBK1T IEDICAL 'DISCOVERT 1 Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA MORETH AN eoO.OOO PKKSON8 ft o Hear testimony to their Woo- oeriut i urative r.neeta. WHAT THtVt 75 h !-J w. a 3 si r rife Cjg TUrT ARKftOr A T1X.B r 6. t3 FANCY UBINK, fit Usui rwr num. n lumi. rni ciuiiii. Hetuie Liquors, duotorest, soloed and sweetened CPU NT BY PBOlUldK take, la e.e.tej iXSVStiX 'SUuTe. ANTED AUOTS. f 75 TO 200 J"EB MONTH, Everywhere, mule and fomale, Io lotto- dues ihe Genuine Improvrd Connon Sense ' FAMILY SEWIXQ MACIIIN'E. This Machln will ttito'i.bcm, fell, tuck. 4uill, cord, bind, braid and embroider ia a most auperior manner. PRICE ONLY STS. Full; warranted fur Five Tears We will pay $1000 for any maobino thai will sew a stronger, more beautiful, er more elastic seam than ours. It makes tbe ELASTIC LOCK STITCH." Every second stitch eaa be cut, sad still ihe cloth cannot be pulled apart without tearing il. We pay Agenla from $7J to $200 per month and eipenses, ore com mission rroui wblcb twice tnal amount caa I. l.l.l. Bl'I'llMH t en . Pittsburg, fa. Boston, Mass., or tit. Louis, Mo. CAUTION. Deware of all Agents selling Maehiuea under tbe same name as ours, unless they eaa show a Certificate of Ageucy signed by us. We shall net bold ourselves responsible ' for worthless Ms- chines aold by other parties, aud shall proseoute all port es either aelling or using Maehiuea uoddr this name to the lull siieui of tbe law, unless aucb Machines were ob tained from us by our Agents. Do not be imposed upon by parlies who eopy our ad vertisements and circulnrs aad otfsr worth lose Uaohloea al a teas prlo. febH-lw. .1 FARMER 8 HELPER 8IIOWH HOW tO UOL'BLE the froSta of the Farm, sad bow fanuera aud their sous eaa aasb make 10O BMtr SUnla1 In Winter. 0,000 eopiea will ne Mailed free to farmers, Mead naaieasd address le ZElULKtt, MoCUttDV On. rfc"J'k'l1 V.