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SUNBUttY, NOV. 35, 1871.
Kntlrond Tlrfke Ttkle. ' N. C. U. W. Eaiit. P. A E. R. R. Wbst. nffulo Ex I've 1:47 a mjErle Mali, l've,12:35 ft ra Accom. " IMS lmlraMall " 11:0 Niagara Et " 12:45 p m ElminiMail " 4:85 " rlo " " 13:80 liignniEr." 4:40 p miErle Ex 0:50 " SnAMOKIN DIVISION X. C. H. W. i.havii i Allium nnbury nt 11:50 m At Bunbury 9:55 a in 4:40 p mj " 4:00 pm D. II. W. II. R. l.oavc Stinhury 5:55 a. m., 4:35 and :50 p. m. Arr. nt Bunbury 10:00 it in, 0:20 nuA 8:40 p in. Accident Innnrnnco Tickets can be had of 3. ilpmnn, Tickot Agent nttllo Depot. total f ffahs. Bewino Machines. Miss Caroline Dallas is the jent for the sale of the beet Sewing Machines i existence, vis : "The Implored Blngcr," Grovcr & Hiikcr" "Howe," and "Domestic," hich are constantly oil hand and sold a. ren Miablc prices. She Is also agent for the celc .ated FrauU and rope Knitting Machine. Cull nd see them. Offi'.e on Market street, cast of ic rallrond. A I.auoe number of Canary Birds Just received id for sale at C. S. ITuzeltlno's Book and Pcrlo leal Store, with or without cages. Bk.nou Blitz. Tho many friends of Blgnor III will be happy to. learn that he contemplates lying another vlsi to Bunbury during next lontli.and give one of his grand and Interesting uteitniumculs. As this will probably be his let visit he will hi ve a crowded house. Frame Horsr.s. Tire people of Chicago have lough of wooden houses, and will put lip few oreafter. Dealers, who have their stock in ich houses are obliged to pay double rates of .isurancc now In that city. Swiss Bi'ix Rinoeks. The celebrated Peak ainlly, Swiss Bell Uingcrs, will give an cntcr linnient In the Opera House, In thin place, on oadr.y evening, the 27th Inst. To those who ivo uevcr heard them, we would say If you Ish to enjoy a good treat, go and hear them, licy will no doubt drnw a crowded house. Kn.i.r.n. A conductor mimed Hull, on tho P. E. Rullrotd, was run over and killed on Sun ny morning hi"', bctivoen I.ewisburg station i 1 Northumberland. It appear he was walk ig over tho t y of the v;rs and fell down be ..vi. The train ran lo Northumberland before e was niiMcd, and on bucking up the roud ha as found upon the track completely cut up. io resided at Northumberland, and leaves a wife n 1 child to mourn bis lop?. In anoth'T column will be found nn ndvertiso- "it nf Messrs. Charles Hans and Henry F. aas. who are oll'i-rimr a valuable, mill property ir sale. Tho-e who desire to secure one of the ft properties In this section of country, will do ell io attend the sale. n of the mot handsome looking buildings ' Arch street, has lately been erected by Mr. h:i Clark, which, for comfort and neatness, irpassea all others In that v'cinity. We under aml that Sol. B. Mover. Esq., will occupy the ::sj as soon as II Is entirely finished. Wi; are Wormed that J. B. l'etgstrcsRcr, of lis p'acc, has beep, reappointed District Deputy 1' the. Order of Cool Templars for the District f Northumberland county. Ills rc-appoiutmciit peaks well of his efficiency as an olllecr. C:iNrir.. C. Ilazeltinehas lately purchased ie inrifo Iloott, ttatlonory, and boot and fshoc tote of N. F. l.lghtner, and will continue tho i-iness in tho rooms In Moore & Disslnger's uihling, corner of Market and Third Streets. Ir. Ilazeitinc Is a thorough business man, who ill constantly keep up the reputation of that es ililislimeut by adding new goods. Tho patrons f this line establishment will be glad to learn i:it Mr. Harry Thaeher, widely known as a gen cmaiily clerk, will coutlnuo with Mr. Hazel ne, and wait upon customers as heretofore. Finn. On Saturday evening about 7 o'clock, broke out in a coal shed of Mr. W. T. Grant, catcd on the alley above Market street. For inately there was no wiifll at the time, which ad there been, a large coii'lagratiou would pro ibly have been the result, as the building burned own was surrounded by a nuiiibjr of frame ables. The steamer was promptly brought out ml put Into service which soon extinguished the It is supposed that Ilia lire was caused by i incendiarv. A eoustaut demand fir Shadow Photographs t lleniperley's. The number of houses built in the borough of livcrsidc, in this county, within the last three cars is M, at a cost of CSI'v'.lO CO. The valua o:i of the property Is SUV.', 005 00. This thriv li; borough, conimenced bat a few year since, Tomiscs to bo a large place. Tho buildings nro 11 tastefully-displayed and are creditable alike the citizens and the town. Mo&t of the houses uvu been erected through ui.l and loant of the 'uliding Association, la a few years tho Asso intioii ttock will have imtturod, and the niorlgu- s cancelled, leaving to each member a home us reward of his Industry and frugality. Tun S.is.pichaunt Dental Association held its Itci nth semi-annual meeting at I.ewisburg, on I'cduu.duy of last week. Dr. ti. M. Itcun, of lis place, we notleo was ono of the principal lembers present. Dr. lleiin Is one of the best aeehanlc's in this section of the country, mid Is . ighly respected by the profession. The session i ere chuructcrU'-J by ixlivme hanuony and good leellng. i'lUSi.E or Finu. Mr, P. 11. Moore bus lately old liii interest in the store of Moore iV Dis inter, to Ira T. C' n.-ut, Eq., of this place. The ineieantlle business til lieri'aller be eon tin ted in. I '.J II l lit name of ( lenient .V l'i . .ugi-r. Th ') are uow opening an entire new toe!; of guo.U wlili h v ill be c Ifc re 1 to tho public i. thu lowest piie. s. Their .lock eoiiiil of dry joo.ls, unn eilis, pieenvmre, uhi .wart), e. . liobe who wl h to buy i'.ieip u.e ie,ietd to ll lllld I Ail III' lie tlulr l.oi!i, llANVIIIK, :II1.i & Wl I Kl. PAI'UK It A II.- i:on. 'I be Soaid of Dlieitor uf l'ie ulmvu road le. tcd H. P. Ku-e, Esq., Pre.ld. lil J. W. KuMJ, Kip, (ii i ilnii mli nt i f tti.it load. Judging n. in the lull le i i i.iciti . d In the load b) Ihe.e nt i nu n, e ui e couui.ii ,i Hut tin y will muktt e. ul. i- mid i ltl. I ul i llli i i Ill ill. IT. -PI.hu II. L m-il.i iu it iou. lio ' pl.ne lo lillli ui )..il ' i tl.j .-y be.l .. .1 III.. . I.. 1,11 ll I. ul! Il.it I :l on I. . . .. I ... t ., . ,).. ii. A .ion. it I u i nil hi . i.ia i.-.i l ioi uled at U illrUll'n Fiilll..ll) utold, iu MiimuIu I v . i 1 1 . 1 1 . iie .hil in Din Iiuu ut fur. Ii pi linn, i uu bo. .I. in, in ,lrur., .loll til) !4lli!.U Ms .l lu ilb M.iii., p-iliul.i dl ilt4 ItHiui. ul. kltiu nil 4i I Ke i I it . Iilui ul III lulikluie ,.l) Ul.f. Si mi r all Of i... D.I.. uf U br lit Hit . Ii ; ii d.l.i I in. I on -.! jrU l.i.l, al Ihc U.i i ii.. ul tli ll.ui4 Ju i J o 4m, ill 1 1. 114,1.1 Ii l ,4 4 ' I liKU .IU I'Hm .ultli nt . ( U ii -l i,..il..ii ul.. m. 4. IUiiJ I . ' J Ull pl' 1. I ll' Hi. f0l I...II, ! . . i -l HI I t I i ul u. ' Tfli LcTnBiun BuKfiiY BcnooL. On Bunday last, In company with several gentlemen, we paid a visit to the Lutheran Bunday School, at this place, U witness the opening of tho new library, which was lately procured for the benefit of Its scholars. ' The changes In this great Insti tution since onr boyhood days enn scarcely be described. Instcadof finding the familiar faces of Wm. M. Gray, Bupt., John Toung, John Deh. ring, Hon. Geo. Welser, Samuel Gossler, Andrew Durst, Jacob Toung, Mrs. Rov. J. P. Bhlndol, Mrs. J. Toung, Mrs. M. Hans, who were some of thofoundors of tho school, nnd who were teachers twenty-seven years ago, we found an entire change of officers and teachers, ns well as rules and regulations. But one single veteran teacher of former days, Mrs. Bamucl Gobln, was present to give encouragement to this laudable enter prise. The rest having nearly nil passed away and otben more vigorous are filling their places, many of whom we noticed were pupils of tho founders of the sohool. Mrs. Gobln, though well advanced In years, has still a class, having been a teacher cvcr a quarter of century, nnd faithful In her devotion, s1io has the consolation nnd gratification to know that her labors wero not In vain, but that her good works have produced ten fold. As she moves among the scholars with whom she has been associated from childhood, she Is looked upon as the remaining original pil low of iv gigantic work, and Aufity Oobln's opinions are sought by both old und young. This mammoth school has gradually grown In numbers as well as liifluonet.cver siucc Its organ isation, and we nre pleased to note Is now In as flourishing a condition us any school In the State or probably United States. Under Its present Superintendent, John naas, Esq., It has Increas ed in oro tliiin double in numbers, nnd through the elllcient olllccrs assisting Mm, the most ap proved modern regulations huve been adopted, aud tho whole shool has become so systematized that its workings oro almost perfect. Tho school is divided into three different de partments, the Infant, adult, nud married. Tho whole Is under the supervision of John Hans, Esq., who is assisted by Rev. Mr. Heniperley, who lias charge of tho married department, and Mrs. P. M. Sliindel of the Infant department, as sisted by Mr. Jacob Fetter and Jus. Beard, Esq. Tills Infant department Is probably tho most in teresting. When first organized It numbered ubout 80 scholars, and through the pious zeal and energy of its Superintendent, has increased to 170 scholars. Tho teachers of the adult de partment arc us follows : Male teachers Wm. H. Rolirbuch, Solomon Weaver, C. D. Hohrbach, (ico. W. Ger'mger, Ellas Brosious, Wm. H. Du- ling, J. II. Engel, II. K. Goodrich, W. S. Rhoads, I James Lyon, Jacob Welser, P. F. Zimmerman, ' Jacob Wilver. Female teachers-Mrs. Susau I Gobln, Mrs. Solomon Weaver, Mrs. Elizabeth Fystcr, Mrs. H. M. Fahncstoek, Mrs. D. Hertz, Miss Sarah E. Gossler, Mrs. P. Bright, Mrs. J. E. Smiek, Mrs. W. C. Horn. Miss F.mmn Hcm perly. Mrs. W. H. Diihllng, Miss Magglo J. Martin, and Miss Sadio Caslow. These teachers nro all zealous and appeared to bo In their ele ment, sitting with their flock, giving them In structions nnd directing them in the right way. Tho elective olllccrs of tho school, ore as fol lows i President, Rev. G. W. Hemperlcy ; Su perintendent, John Haas i Secretary, i W. D. Hltuelwright j Ass't Secretary, G. L. Simpson ; Librarian, Jacob Shlpman ; First Ass t.Soloiuou 8trolij'Jlior!sters,Jacob Fetter and Samuel Koons. These gentlemen have a large share of labor to ' perforin which requires their presence regularly. I Records a ro kept of everything transpiring In j the school room, the number of scholars in at- tendance on each Sabhath, together with tho j number of books distributed. Ou thU occasion there were three hundred und tixty-one scholars I present, each of whom received a library book . which was selected from n catalogue furnished to each pupil, and the book was then furnished by the teacher. . The new library on being opened for the first : time made many a heart tieat with joy. Tin ; Superintendent stated that It would tako over twenty-three years for one scholar to read each j book through by averaging ono a week. Tho number of volumes is about l,S0O which havo been carefully selected and cost $1,000. They are put up In u handsome case which has been fiirntrlicil tlieni by .Messrs. Fryllng, lioweu & Engel, which is divided Into ditl'ercnt sections, one for each class with a catalogue for each apartment, which nre changed a t :rnatoly. As n volume is taken out, a card i certillcalc is put in its place with the name of the possessor of the book und its number, which remains there until the .volume is returued. This plan has been, wo understand, invented by Jacob Ship man, Esq., and will prove convenient as well as beneficial to the school. This school is under excellent control, and we feel confident that great good w ill result from it, for which tho citizens of this town cuu be thank ful to the officers nnd teachers, who are devoting their lime and means to bring up tho rising generation in a righteous manner. TimitE Is no class of pcoplo who do half so much good, or work so hard, as newspaper men. They publish good papers, nnd they strain every nerve to do this, but tho people do not f onshler this, or the fact that newspapers nre a fair index of their owu intelligence aud enterprise. Some papers put up with all sorts of expedients to get along, when there are .cores of influential men who arc greatly benefitted by tho papers who do uotblng to sustain them. They might speak n good word for them, get their friends to subscribe lor them, sustain them with their advertising patronage, and thus remunerate tho hard-work-lug newspaper man. Every citizen ought to be aiiliuated by sufllcieiit pride, if by no otiier mo tive, to sustain good papers, and thus see them worthy representatives of tho people: Kt. I.kctliiks at XoKTlirMiiKni.AM). Arrange menu have been niuilo for a course of lecture, at Northumberland during the present season. Among those ul ready cugugej are Kev. J. F. W. Ware, of Haltlmore, Col. A. K. McClure, of Philadelphia, Mary Grow, of Philadelphia, A. M. Powell, of New York, Gen. J. K. Cle ment, of huubuiy, Major Cliumberlalii, of Muuey, uud others. Mr. A. M. Powell, Iho editor of tho .Vnfiuiiol Simulant, of Now York, will give the opening leeture nt the O. 8. Church, on Bulurduy evening, November '.'.'ith. Mr. j Powell's leeture. uro chii-rty upon mbJe,oL of a j rerorumlory charueter, X, one who feci, uu lu- terutt lu i lion., who .u.talii H llal relation lo human wrllure, .lu.ul.l ueghct this privilege. Tun wutur in the new C.i.ouieUr, ul iho Gas Woik, wu forced throuijU the ;u. plpn fruiu Iho rlwr by tho Isteum Fire Engine la.l week. The di. tn nee fiom I be rii.r lo ll.o gu. oik. i. about Ihieo iuuilh. of u mil,., ubou Ujo barrel, of Water u forn-J ihrounb the pl- lu about ! hour., under it 1 1. ..ui of ouly 'JO II... of .icuiii, or ubout one il,u ,( ulu t-Hpaclly of I lie Mlij,llW. in H uciubUur or bliaiuokiit iMirouuh limit douo i,o l.ly or tint tuliiii. u( llm NoilUwi-.l' I Uu uiuouut uf eublrlbulious miiI, iui ludliitf lb hlmitiiikiii I'lv. N. C. K. K., miiouiii to uiw.it tiuudnj dollars lu emu nud lliHlilu. H,t iiu. pl..)t. ut l.uk FUd if nu t t'iiutcti.ti tulleiiM, ll. ..I MiaiuoUiii Uu. luuli ibulud IvIU 01, lli. lu al l. loan. Ill l Mala Dial lll Kic.il a. liUial.ljf ul llio llluvu. u( Hwmoklu. " "" " W ii u.4n tint I'iiJ) . i!,jiit,.(t la Huiitiui) U lal ruKit..ini lu lu.piutcuiit.ls, ..ui. til ul rhjtil building, Utl Uu nuilid bitli me iMitjMrttttdi m.u4 iti.4 iu en Impusiu a ltiaii. . be iMfriufeuufc, un. 4u( u Hl.l UtM. Cot.( Bmrson has resigned his position as President of the 8nbnry A Lewistown R. K. He leased the road to tho Penn'a company for a term of 90 years, which seenrcs the financial success of the road. The Pennsylvania road own, by lease, the P. & E. Rond, which terminates at Bunbur, while the western end of our road, by means of a bridge across the Juniata at Lewis town, would strike their road. Thus at a glance, any thinking mind will see the great benefit to be derived from the last official act of President Simpson, and aa he retires, he can take with him the consolation, that In this act, as well as In all ho did, his aim was to benefit the people of his town and county. Snyder County Tribilne. . Immense stock of Frames and Albums Just re ceived at Hcmpcrlcy's. ' Death ot CI notion Ihvin. George Irvln, of Wntsontown, formerly of this Borough, aud son-In-law of Mr. Henry Cable, was killed on tho railroad below Mlddlctown on Monday of last wock. Mr. Irvln was engaged In boating, nnd was on his way to tho city. Falling to get the proper clearance papers at Mlddlctown, he ro turned to that placo from Columbia on Monday morning on foot. When at the railroad bridge, crossing tho Union Canal, be stepped from one track to another to get out of tho way of a freight train going south, and was struck by tho Niagara Express going north, and knocked through the bridge Into the canal, and fatally injured. Ho lived but a short time after ho was taken Up. ni remains were brought to Wat sontown and burled on Wednesday. Ho was about 80 year of age, and leaves a wife and four children. Jfuncy Luminary. Ciiowns of people are seen rushing to Hemper ley's for Shadow Fu tures. Female Minstiif.i.s. Tony McCrystnl's Fe malo Minstrels and French Can Can Troupe open ut Thompson Hull on Friday nnd Saturday evenings, this is ono of tho liuest Companies Traveling. Reading. Pottsvllle nnd Tmunqua, papers say, they are the liuest Company on the Road. The French Can Can is worth the price of i admission. No doubt thev w ill havo big houses, and will bo n treat for tho public who wish to pass a pleasant evening. Danmlle American. Tho American, we presume, did not witness, though It .favorably notices tho performances of this troupe, which exhibited nt that placo after having performed hero. Such exhibitions nro not calculated to Improve, tho morals or taste of of the community, nor iiro tho managers to bo relied on for their promises or obligations. W. R. F. Weimru is opening n largo assort ment of ull kinds of Store floods which have been selected in Philadelphia the past week. Ills I stock is largely Increased, and all of the latest l .. 1. . V In ..1 . 1 .. " . " " " . ' " goon siotK. mil at t tie store on .Mai Kut street. Gas Lkiiit in St suiuv. Tho new Gas Works In this place are about completed urtd nre credita ble to the company. Tho first gas light was wit nessed on Wednesday evening at the Central Hotel, and nt the residence of S. P. Wolvcilon, Esq. Tho amount of gas consumed In twelve burners nt the Central Hotel for tho space of two hours, was feet, at a cost of 30 cents. The light was brilliant, and altogether satisfactory. Lots roit Sai.c One lot 03 feet front on Chestnut street, Suubury, adjoining the residence of L. T. Rolirbuch, Esq., nnd two Vacant lots fronting Race street, in Masser's addition. Kn quire of II. B. Musser. List of letters remaining in the Bunbury Post Olllce, week ending Nov. 1S71 1 J. II. Itlalr, S. Bachraeh, Esq., J. Hatcher, C. Becker, Miss Mary Herdner, Miss Annie Blcksler, Messrs. Billmyreoi Nagle, Blind Tom, Ben Bro sious, Miss llattie Mel.olllgan, Peter F. Culp, B. Culp, M rs. Llszie K. Davis, James Davis, Esq., Miss Susan Dornsil'e, Miss Elizabeth Ealson, A. N. Frnuclscus & Co., Miss Lizzie Farnswoith, Miss Mary E. Farnswoith, John II. Friodd, Miss 11. D. Gass (2), Messrs. J. S. Gilger it Bro., Freeman Ilaupt, Jacob S. Hepner, P. 8. Helford, (2), II. 8. Hupp, Esq., Miss Elizabeth Hoover, Mrs. Annie K. lines, Win. McKaln, Wm. Ro nald & Bro., Mrs. D. E. Lumley, Messrs. Lyman A Bro., W. C. Lvon, Miss llallie Lyons, Joseph W. Marshall, Vandine Martz, Win. R. Maliek, Franklin Martz, Miss An lia Mitchell, Mrs. C. E. Moore, L. M astetter, Kate Ossnuin, (!), Amos K. Reed, Edward S. Richards, (Foreign), James Sharp, Mathlas Schmnek, Esq., Samuel Stray ham, Mrs. Rebecca Shadier, Miss Mary E. Sea sholtz, K. 11. Smith, E. N. Smith, Watson A. Sliute, Esq., Messrs. Ilelner, Schwexeet it Co., Win. II. Tompkins, Thomas Tosler, Esq., A. M. Weser, A. B. Wells. Persons calling for the above letters will please give date of Advertisement. JOHN J. SMITH, P. M. IMitur'H Table. "CitisiMAS Chimes." A choice collection of Christmas Carols. Just published by J. I., l'r. tkiis, SUM Hroadivay, New York. It is Issued in pamphlet form, Pcalmo y size, uud contains the following Hymns : Babeof lk'lhlehcin III Ightest and Rest Christ Is llorn Christmas is heroCome, yo Faithful IlaU to tho Lord Hark! the Augels Holy Voices Expected Jesus llabe Is Horn Holy Night Christinas Eve, I.ittlo Children Star of lietiilelieni Merry Christinas Noel I Noel ! Christmas Tree Whispering in Heaven Snow on the Ground and While ShophcrdH Watche . Sent, post-paid, for 'JO cents each ; 51) for ?S j 100 f r f 13. Gouev'e I.aov's Book for December fairly glitters with beautiful gems of art. For forty one years the Lady's Hook has been kept up und been stemlily growing in popular esteem, and now is tho tciiM it!eul of thu age. The literary matter Is fresh uud full of interobt. Fashion Plate, patterns, steel engraving, poetry, house, hold receipts, Htid every depart incut of interest is well ami Judiciously represented. The next number w ilt tie the louimeueeuient of a new vol ume, uud we would advise ull who desire a good magazine for the next year to scud lu their orders. Price of Hook, fil.tiO per annum. Wo will send the "Lady's Hook" and the Ami iik an to any .ingle subscriber lor one year for H.W in advance. oon's Hot sRitoi.o Maoazinb for December Is one of our brightest and cheeriest visitants Tor the mouth. Crowded with all thu relishes of a Christmas Dinner, it makes oue think of its up. pi'oprlaleiie.s as u Christinas prc.eiit for the lit tle ones, us well as for Iho older nirinbere of the hou.tehold. "Mrs. tNintu Ciun.' Adventure it uiono lit lily worth the prho of the Magazine a year. We notice that it. publishers have recent purchased tho following Magazine, which have consolidated with the Household, viz i "Our Magazine," published by MuJ. General Kllpat rkk uud Win. R. Mattlson, ut Newton, N. J., and "The Eelrcliii," published ut Clueiiiiiiitl by Dr. J. M. Seudder. bund for tho December mini l.i r, uhieh "HI tin mulled fiee. Addle., b. H. Wood Co., .eburgb, N. Y. lltislut .VolKcs, IsTovr.s. Three .e. oinl baud lie iter, uud .toil., nearly us good u. new for ulo ut half pi li e. Empilm ut thl. i. lib e. Cti.i. uud .e the new Music liux Album ut llelupelley's. Without Competitou Wauamaker X Uromi, in prices ill goods. II..I.IHAI I tkt.. Mi. David Fry Inform u. ihui he I. uow prepared to furulub ev. ry dccrlp. lion of laigti Holiday Cuke., both pliiu nud in U4III. iil.il i'i..tl Id ny lu ibu illy. Mr. Fry i nil rkpetliiietil baud ul Iho bu.iue.., dud cu--lo. urn. .ill find ll giiall) lo I Li Ir ndvai.l i la gilu bllU a I'ltU. lu K4.UIH tltn Ul) lilll.l take luauuiai luid, uidi i .boiild U uu iu uuw, kud titll.litiiliiu Itlll l K'14rrtllle-d. imstT kilijtiiiuii ul lleiupvilry's, IU Sw ilu.ic Hot Album. (.Altu. iuh4 - lmc ptivtm ftltd l.l ( luilt' it li W. 4 tt'. L, i. I'ulmit, lu.ui.ui Aut. I Ull UkCk't .LliiK uf all !. nud !)! li ki(4 ul Italf lilu' Mull lu Muut A liMluB(l' Cullillu.. luu !. 4 )ouu4 cw IUsl mil U ttuU iu f iiiiHilltt. ii'uii l ILi Tna books of Wm. D. Tlailpt, 0. Hunpt & Bon, nd Dr. CharlosJArlhur, aro In the hands of A. N. Brlce, Esq., for collection. Partleewlll save costs by belngprompt, , , .' A LA Ron and Varied assortment of Boots and Shoes have Just been opened nt C. S. Hazcltltie's store (successor to N. F. Llghtnur), corner of Third nndlMarket .Streets. Tim lnlost fashionable boots are offered for sale nt C. 8. Hazeltlne's store, corner of Market and Third Streets. They aro well made out of the bcst'nintei lal. 8old nt low prices. Free of Chargo Samples, price list, Ae., from Wanamnkcr A Browu's. ' Frti.iuq'b Mamuotii Cash Stoke Is still cell ing as cheap as ever. Tub Excelsior Water Proof Leather Preserva tive for harness, boots, shoes, nnd leather car rlago tops, can bo had at tho boot and shoe store In Moore A Dlsslnger's buildlnes, corner Third and Market. This preparation is the best greaso for leather that can bo used. Give it a trial. Ladies will find iho largest variety of the lat est style shoes nt C 8. Hazeltlne's store, corner of Market nnd Third Streets. Gum shoes of every description. A Great Comer Cth & Market Sts., l'hlla., W. & B's..Oak Hall. Ip you want your life Insured go to Yoder's of fice, near the Court House. Wm. n. Miu.Eit has exclusive sale of Vrotnau Ladies Shoes. A New supply of Books, Albums, Stationery, I ''.) "" worthless or inert portions of tho In , , ., , . ,. , , I gredtents not bcimr used. Therefore in one hot- Toys, and an Immense variety of notions for tho Holidays, have been received by C. S. Hnzclllne, (successor to Llghtner), corner of Third und Market Streets. IssvnANCs placed In none but reliable compa nies, nt Yodar's Agency. Fon any kind of Holiday presents call early nt C. S. Ilazeltlno's book store, periodical and uo tion ttore. In Moorj 6 Dlsslnger's btiildini', where you cau bu suited with any urliclo wished I for. i Lioiitnkh's Book, Stationery, Period!, al Do- I pnrttnert, nnd Boot, Shoe, Trunk, Leather nud I finding Store has been sold to C. S. Hazultinc, 1 who has Just opened n large, supply of the above i Humeri inw.itu. IVIl .,. f c t : ' ........... u. , ,tL ..mi, iu tv lissillier building, corner ofThitJ and Market Streets. Futi.ino hns received New Goods which he has selected with careT Fitvi.iso has the reputation of selling the best Goods ut the lowest prices. Wm. II. MiM.nii has tho exclusive sale of Walker's Patent Saddle, seam Boots, go see them. Fiiylino is determined tn nn.lntni.. i.i,. r,.,,i. I Hon of the Mammoth. Fryliug's Oomls always give putisfaet'on. 'Inn finest American nnd Italian marble can be found nt tho Suubury marble yard of Mr. W. M. Daughcrty, which he is prepared to tlnWh In any style to suit purchasers. Those in want of Tomb Ftoncs, monuments, &e. are requested to call, os they can be had at city prices, and the workmanship guaranteed not to be excelled any where. Call and see, opposite the Court House, Suubury, l'a. I'mtsoNAr.. Tho?. G. N'ott superintends his clothing establishment, on Third ttreel, himself, which nccotinls for thu large number of genteel stilts coming fioni tlu.t place. AU whom you will, where a Hue suit of clotliinj: can be had at a reasonable price, and thu answer is, ut Nolt"s, thu tailor. ; ' I At Win. II. Miller's you can ;;ej a Tip Top ' Boot for 13 !id. j Fiivi.ino wi'l not be undersold. Call nnd see ' his black and colored Alpacas, French Merinos nnd other seasonable Dress Goods j How's this forbwl Sxio Frames, with glass and back, for (W eedts at Hcmpcrlcy's, Wm. II. Mii.i.i:h has just received a tine assort ment of Trunks and Valiecs. Elmiua Boots and Shoes of all descriptions ut Wm. II. Miller's. Tun largest variety of Hats ever kept in Suu bury, nre now to be found ut 6. Fau.-fs Hat Store, on Market Square, neir the Coutt House. All the very latest city styles can he had there ut prices to suit the times. !Slc'iiI Notices. Oil TUnrriaffO. Essa's for Young Men, nn Great Social Evils and Abuses, which interfero with Marriage, and ruin tho happinesc of thou- I sands, with sure means of relief for ihe Erring aud I'lifoi lunate, deceased and debilitated, t eat in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. i Address, Howard Association, No. 'J, South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. ; The t'oiifoHMioiiM of una luvulic. PUBLISHED as a warnim; and. for the beuellt of yawl; men anil ulhert, who sillier from Nervous Debility, Ac., supplying the means of self-cure. ' Written by one who cured himself nud sent free on receiving a po-t-pal(l directed envelope, , Address, NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. May SO, ItfTl.-Gui. Brook 1 vn, N. Y. 1 t v .- & n I o 5 tfl CU 1,1 o O o H 4. 3 o c c a I H 6 ' 5-E ? 5 . a ts 7. il. r- - 5 -2 -3 e - i to tiii: si i j r.i;iti. The Rev. William II. Norton, while resiiOng lu lira.il a mUsloiiary, discovered In that hind of medicine, a remedy f..r ( nsi uriins, Sriti.i'i i.a, toiiK Tiiiu'A'i, Colons, Cm. ns, Asthma, avo Ni:iivoi s Wi:aki, This rem tdy lias ei.ied in) self alter ull other to. dieines had failed. Wi.hiint to bcnelll the nillei duir. I Mill send the recl! lor preparing and ii-lnif Ihi. i. uudy lo all who .Ic licit rllKE OK IIAItGE. Please .end uu ruvilopc, Willi )oui nuiiie and u. I dress ou il. Ail In.-., Rev. WILLIAM II. MHtTON, li'.tl IIiioaiiu tr, tet. M, lo'.l y. Ni.w Yoiiii Cur . Nuubury i.rttlu V I'ruiluot .llnrUi-t. ClUllKl 1KII WtKUI.Y l'l HII.K 4 liKIIIM.r.u. GHAIK I hole While tVlli.it.,, Hi .l AiuUr, Winter ... loin hv O.iU, (ill lb. ) lic.t Aiul-r, tt inler, p. ., l IHI .... I VI k. I 00 S I r ..ii k . ' b .1 ii I .... 'J ISI H Ml .. ..'t .'HI l W . '.'M'tliO ..loci I Is I i k ,. I Ji ' oo J. 1 l I i . I Mm 14 .. I ; u . Jo H I urn Mral, M-r ml., P. I.li)t J.U4 Koil Foo-Pel .j II Miiii-Iru. ii. . r, .i lb hiiioUJ ilullou , I tm-si lo i i.a -liaii WUii" Full, p. r lb " TloUt " Co4 " tiuli riiu4 Vkuftitt.i t.- luii.il, -1 l.i.Li.1. .. P H .I... Ill.iiM,. " ' U.4II1, " lU4l l..i,iii.y, I'klllt kl II. -I'iuJ Appl.., i.i rta. . Aisr APPEAL To Debilitated I'crsotis, Tn DyppcptlcB, To Suflcrors from Liver Complaint, To tlioso h.tvinno Appetite, To thoso with Ijrokon Down Constitu tions, To Nervous People, To Children Wasting Away, j To Any with Dobilitutud Digestive OrRnns, Or iitfftring with any o the following Sim)itoins, which indicate Disordered Liver or ISlomudt, such ns Con stipation, Inwnrd Piles, Fullness or Blood to tho Head, Acid ity of the Stomnch, Nausea, J Heartburn, Dlsirust for Food, Fullness or Weight In tho Stom ach, Sour Eructatlons,Plnklnir or Fluttering nt tho Pit of the Stom ach, Swimming of tho Head, Hur ried and DUlleuit Breathing, Flutter ing at tho Heart, Choking or Suffocat ing Sensations, when In a Lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before tliO Sight, Fever nnd Dull Pain in tho Head, Defleleti cy of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin nnd Eyes, Pain In the Sldo, Back, Chest, Limbs, fie, Sudden flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flosh Constant Im aginings of Evil, nnd Great De pression of Spirits. Hoollaml's Genu an Bitters. A Bitters without Alcohol or Spirits of any kind. Is different from till others. It Is composed of the pure Juices, or Vitat, PiiiNcirt.n of Roots, llr.nns and Bakkh, (or as medicinally termed Ex tie of this Bitters there Is contained ns much me- I dlcnl virtue ns will be found in several gallons of j ordinary mixtures. The Roots, &c., used in t ain j Bitters arc grown In Germnny, their vital piluei- i pics extracted In that country by a relet : '!'; Che mist, and forwarded to tho innnufactoiy in this city, where they nro compounded and' bottled. lionlniiiintr no spir.luoin Ingredients, tills Bitter W free from the objection urged ngaln t. ail oth ers : no divdre, for stimulants can b. led': "d from their use they cannot tnako drunkards,' und cannot, under any circunii-tancc, have any but a beneficial cll'oct." IIFJ,AIS Ci ICR MAM TOXIC, Was cnui founded for those not inclined lo ex treme hitters, and is Intended for use in cases when some nlcnliolk stimulant Is required in eo i neetion with the tonic properties of the Bitters. Each bottle of tho Tonic contains one bottle nf the Bitters, combined witli puree SAN TA CRLZ RUM, and flavored Iiisueh a manner that the ex treme bitterness of the hitters is overcome, form ing a preparation highly nirrceablo and pleasant to the palate, nnd containing the medicinal vir tues of thi! Bitters. The price nf the Tonic is $1. Ik) per Bottle, which many persons think too high. They must take Into consideration Hi -' the Ktimulnnt used Is guaranteed ' '"; " l""'l; quality. A poor nrl!"'- -''!" '"Iiirnished i.t. oi, .u:i. out s t not better to pay a little more and have a good article A medicinal pie rar.ition sho.il l contain none but the best Ingr" dieuts j and they who expect to ob!.:;.i a cheap j compound, und be betieliltej by it will nu n cer- , tainly be cheated. IJoo51;i:it;v Cnuiiui KjJIcrN, c.r j IIOOFLAXIVB iiKUMAN TONIC, with HOOF- 1 LAND'S lodo;tIij!!l!i Si3l, will cure you. They u.. the Crcatet 1)1.001) l'URIFIF.RS known i.. tl(. j.dicnl world, and will eradicate diseases nns-...,r ijom liupiiie. blood. Debility or the Disge.-tlvc )rg.i, 1 or Diseased l.ivcr, In a shorter time than any , other known remedies. THE WHOLE SUl'ltEME COURT OV rEXNSYEVANI.V Sl'EAK lOU i THESE REMEDIES. WUO WOLl.n ASK Foil MOUR DlONIFIlo) AM) 1 ivmosoni Titimoxy ! I Hon. Ot'Oiioi: W. WoiKWAtto. formerly Chief' Ju.-tiri- of tlie Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, ut Jiresenl Mumbor of Congress from l'euusyl vauin writes : l'lin.Aiiri.eniA, March lfith, IWr." I find "Hoofl ind'u German li-.w." , ,,,,,1 tonic, useful in diseases of the disrolive organs, and of great henelit in cases of debility, and want of nervous action In the system. Yours, truly, GEO. W. WjOllWAt.h. Hon. .Tamps Thompson, Chief Justice of the Su preme Court of Pennsylvania. Pim.APruMu ., April :'S, 1W7. I onshler "Hooll ind's Gennau Hitlers'' a val uable medicine In case of ntl.icks ot Indigestion or Dyspepsia. 1 can certify this from my expe rience of It. Yours, JAME3 THOMPSON. Hon. Gi'.oiton Siiausw ooo, Justice of tlie Su- t preiuo t.'ourt of Pennsylvania. Phii.aow.i-uia, June 1, lStlS. I I have f mud Gerniau Bitt"r dyspeptic s-.np by experience that "lloolland's " Is a very trood tonic, relieving 0:113 a!tni..-t directly. . GEuIH.K fii.M'.SWOOD. I Hon. Ilm. I fulo, N. Y Mavor of the City of Ha!- , Mayor's Olllce, Hull'alo, June li I WO. j I h ive lue.l "lloo'.l.md's Centvin Hitlers and j Tonic'1 In my family diirlie; the past year, und i cau recommend them as 1111 excellent toule, itn- I parting lone and vigor to the system. Their use bus been productive of decidedly bcticliceil cf- feels. WM. F, ROGERS. Hon. Gurnet .V. How, Ex-Mayor of Wliliamr port. Pa. 1 take ureal pleasure In reeommendiiig '"lloof land's Gei man Tonic" to any one who may bu ii filleted with Dyspepsia. I h-d the Dyspipia so had ) it was i.npossililc to keep any food on my stomach, and 1 became, so weak as not to be able to walk half mile. Two bottles elfeelo 1 a perfect cue. JAMES M.WOOD. ukmi:mi5i:;i THAT HOOFL.VXIVS (iKllMAX l(lll i:001'LAM-S ;K!iMAX TDN1C, Will t'uiv cvciy I'.ibc nf Rn a n a o r.ius, it Vi'tiL-Uii"; itwiiy of tho ltoily. HK.MKMI'.K!'. th't noorr.AXD's (;i;i:max iikmkimks Are lici medicines vou r.n.iiie lo ptni:y the Blood, excite I lit tm pid I.lver to heallhy iiclhui, audio enable yon ii pis s iVcly ihruagh any haidshlpJ or ipoeiue. liit. JIDUFI.AND'.S o i) o ; u v l l i .V r.r nib liluie for Meieury Doe. '1 be most Powerful, tic kiio.ia. lil's. T ; . l limoiea . 1'ills a I l .nl.ar- It '. not luivssaiy lo I i e a I. inliu' f Uu -e Pills io proiluec llm ib .lie I elf el i Iho i Ci. ni m l i ilcl.ly and pom fully, i 'e nming ihe lei. i , Hone, eh uud llouel. of nil linpiii lib . T he principal lugie llciit I. Podophl lllu, or U.e Ali o Ii il il- Kit no I of Miuillal.e, u hii Ii Ii by in, my tilil.. Iiioie pout I'lul, .ii liii nn I .i-nlelillig lllilll I'm M null .il.o ll.i ll. lu p. . uli u m lioii is upon Hie I.lver, eii aliing il rp. i iiiy In. in nil ol,iue. lion., With all llm power ul L n il,,, , . i in n 1 1 mil the Injillioll. reallll. ull.l. ai I lo (he uo ol Ib il iuiiici.il. ' I ..i all .Ii... ., In wlii.il t'i' il e of ii c, il,. u tie 1. Iu.Ih.iIisI, lliesi) pill. Will elie . i.tiij r..,; jt. I.u to. i in i ei y i .uf. Tley iiiMrfill. I t I'din ill i.ll el I ouip alnt, Di ' .l.i uud en ll'i Hie in IIVi lu , Dl'. ll.n.tt.Uni'. 1,11111,111 lilt l.'l. or Tollle .lillllhl Ihi U-I'd III l-i.lllll I 111 11 tt II ll llm P. II.. I lie lo.u. ill..! ol Ii... tl.lli i. .1 'I,,. Ii I C liulnl. Up Ihc .) -tclii. l,. , .11, I. ol I'liih 1 1 1 . r i 1 1 Uu lib. I, III. Ii.lli. ii. Ihe Nitjli , n , I l.ll.it) Ibu l.llll.unl all', ll I. Ii.lli, mi I.) HI 1 tieol, help VoUr llokvl. ill. uilh l ie I'l, ., ,,i,, loll. Up llik l)li III W ilil Hill . ol I ol.lc, uud no Uli-. rail i. I. .Ill III. In. 1.1, of i t a ....ill lull. il.-w.llr. I lb il II U Ml. iH"'fl.VMiB i.i II VI IS It. uiu.il. i Ih.-t mil i. unni.i.il.) bs I ami blel.ly it. iiinuii li b it i ui il do 01 1 m o m I. io lm,e!.! lu luilUK )'U lit IWr U I ll. I.g 1(1..' lllnl tik ttia) t. J k I'-.d, Uivi.ir Ii. I04ki 4 Ullii I plolll oil II. I ll H .....l .i , I bu . ul I ) Ir i pit .. lo mj toe t a t , 1. 1 ,,it upp'i, .. I. in. lo I',. ) IOSI IP 1 1, lit M , ul C- i.l It MVS Mr I'D ISK k I lull', Hot Alu II , run. tl.l I. PHI V. UU. M. K VAN'S J'n.piuiur. fomo i ) I'. M J.'k-iiA I o. I i.i I,. ,,, kik I'l k. V b) lllu. risilli (., k, i Mkdi ikk ! iiu.i bbcrlisciacnts The ClotHors, s. i Co?, um & imiu m, . ' PHILADELPHIA, How have the most Com- ... piste and Handsomest Stock of Fine Ecady-Made Clothing for Gentlemen's, Youths', Boys', and Chil dren's Fall and Winter Wear ever manufactured by any establishment in this country. The Styles are the Very Latest. The Fabrics aro of the Best Quality. The Kalis is Superior, and the are est ever charged for same class Goods. is-Yon are cordial Iv vrccd to visit 0z.& Hall this id inject the vario and Qaalife-inquire Price?, ana, n yw. ccg an you like, to make a Pur- j-rTrtiits Alt givs;a. fill rti vsf: always .v ; rlV'rM'lj"'iC', 01 tion. irerhQ ..t'V.; oup:hlv Crsaaiaecl Custom Dcrafecnt in a, vitiTi ? Gooas to I&iire to Qrder. ' ITo Cottoii-2S::ed Qzw used. sar Samples, with Easy Rules for Self-MRasurc-msnt, sent Tjy o.ail 'gu any address on tion. tp;j.lwtt" :7 . 1 i j 1 ' M U r.'5r? 1 V Th Largest Mk? 1 cii jaj S. E. Cor. Cth & 1TA3K CIiA U' Ah,'. PHILADELPHIA. Varsted ImmeclSnteSy. 10,000 sretj iiiit! 11 ni:ic:i to purchase t'ae entire Mock of CI oil's now of- fcrctl for inspection and sale at the Mammoth llorc ou Queen Street, Norlhumht rhind, i;s 1 111:1 detcrnilncd not to be. I'tMli't'.solil or i:sc' !Io?l In n'taiity of goodi olicrcd for Oct. SS, lSTl.-mr1. a'e in inv line. ELI .Ml'LI.El'., tJtXKK iOaM. FALIi ANIJ WIXTKll STVI.KS, now open at sji.vi k.vt:: i:s.t ji-i sxo::s Market S pl'irc, BU N'iiURY, I'. uo'a., LADIES' DKEbti GOODS A SPECIALTY. OV.ll l'ojilius, Dr ss Tilliiniings, E'libroldcrles, Notlo is, .Ve.' Gents' Collar. N. hit Is and Gloves. ties, Half lio.e, liuiidke:- I'e; :'.:i:ii rv, Toilet Sua! Il.iirR.-thes.Cmi.,, cti An Invllat! :: euro bar;- linn. Nov. 1, IS I i Is .tended to u'.l to ca.l uu 1 sc- i'ai.l AXD v,'i;r::i! stdi k of 'j.r::-; ..iX ,Af;.'3.'ir.K''M! FKFNt ll AXD l.'OMF.sTli; (.HODS of rwry l.tikIi', Mi:iItTlA.T J list opened ut I he TAlI.rit M!tl' O.i Tnl.d l t, in Ml ii r's li:..ck. o' ' .o:t I': Moore .V Ids. i.lv.1 " i.l..llli! si ' iM i:v, prr.'N'A. 'I he n;.i: t l.is'ii ii.d.le h.lhiii;; 111 ool ci i y . 1 1 ' i ' V i ' u.'O.ls. ails ol ,il! . ... Iliad. up nt the to Of. ite-l lie ', I'l. !! I'l I. 1.11 I PblV I. 'phi . I I..." I . in i ill r : I Ie. nil! erd. '1 "III-. (, i'I r. 1 I . MJi.t. .i riv i I'.ixrv s:i 11(11. l'.;.l' H.5-.S M'luti'r iio!m. y.i i.. wj'iKi:, M tik.t i'l - I, d.M.1 e-l of l.cilli .ll'k t.,. I .'.ill I V stole, M'MU'ltV, I'A., IP,, up. ne hi r n... W of .'llill.ifiy tout l'u ne,) ;ii! ., HATS AND ltM;S. 'I be h.l. st it'le. l.f Die... Till, ilolu y,; ui. i A in. i . .ii I I r, I. ic. ., ll ie, . i , r ., I.i"', I 1 1 1 e 1 1 1 1 , I oll.il., I nil., J.oitill lili.t.- und .t Iiu . t .ii I-1 y o otbi i in to n In coll i ill ui u lib llm 11.. i u, j i.. i :, ,t ,,. l .il l-'k Oil III.: Hitls XAKfVti AMI UrTlNii, in ! il. ii .no I, i, r'lk U iilnt i(i-ul (or lln i'c ol it u:.. , , , !' . ti A t o.'. I'.ili 1 1... lit I.i H. of liui.li.ij mil thinn, me i di-ll :) lu Hi ! I ,J tail it 111 lili.lliu hi .1 lilt ii I .l It Not. 4, lil. PulwU, ilk. tf. A Hii. tl'ik of on. i ..it- I ii - l.l, .... I l t ....I- till, I ul Ilil, I I.I. A Ah i HI k I'M YiVr I.. I -it 1 ... II... .1. I ll o I.u i- t . i '. . ' t, .1 Ink i jfttit-ri-'i;' BCNNTSMift At MAfcVI.ANn FTATE fl, Bai timohb). First premium for Hre-pluce llenleis awarded the hunnyslite. Advantages of thu tSnnnyslde t I. It Is so constructed that one-third more bf the radiating surface extends Into the room, giv ing that much more additional heat without ex tra fuel. . It Is the only Ifot-AIr Fire-place ITenter In the market. Like the regular built cellar heater, It loses no heat, but cot, lints It ull to its legiti purpnscs. 8. The fuel niagasinc Is double tho usual sice, extending from the fire box to tho top of the stove, with capacity for twenty-four hours' Sup ply of coal. 4. The pntctit double rnvtr for coal mngnr.lno consumes the gns, prevents escape of pns Into the room, and makes It impossible for any ptif flngs or explosion to i rrur. This Js nn advant age posressud by no other liie-placo ttove in the market. 5. There nfc three hr cenrabcrr, wherein s brisk circulation Is kept tip, droning tho cold air In the room through he.itid flues into a largn hot-air reservoir, at the back or the stove. ft ,Jo bide pipes nre used, n tho air Is healed In n reservoir having double radiating fines and double hack, supplying largo quantities of hot. ulr w ithout waste of heat or fuel. . 7. The Si NNTfODP, utilizes the waste heat, so thoroughly thai we frequently heat an udjoiniii'.' room on the lln-l, besides heiitlug tho rooms in second und third stories. S7 A dumper on top of the stove, eonncetct Willi the hot air Hues, controls the qunntitv o: hot air required for the use of cither the uppet or louer rooms. All other lire-place stoves Hi" very Inconvenient hi this respect. II. The Orate Is self-sealing, and no dust can escape wlille cliuk'tnir It. STL' RAT, l'ETEReov& CO., I'hllndclphln. II. B. M SSEiw, Ageift. Nov. 11, 18T1. suxnuuv, rr.xx'A. J. & SBASHOLTZ. WOULD respietfullv niniottnec to the oil I :ens of Suubury and surrounding cnntitry, that he is prepared to' manufacture ull styles of C'urriuijoM. 51 ti;;i'M. Ac, nt h's Ite'v sl-.op on cast Jlutkct street. Tic will furnish every ilesci ipiion of Wagons both I.IN AND lANC . ,.,., ... . ,, , . ...t. lino from 11 . . . J ;!" - i,i Vfieclbarrow, wariante.l in- i-ei ass carrje: ,, , ., ., lo.h. , --' tM ' ' hi.'i ino-i lilllilllll. InriMTI- uid by tho most experienced workmen. All 1 woil; sent out from his e-tabilslnuenl will ho ! found reliable In every particular. 1 The patronage ol the public Is solicited. J. S. SEAWIOITZ. : Pnnliury, Nov. -1, Tl.-ly, I IH.WV CL. NTAi'I'MCIt, j VATCIIES, JEWELRY, j I !H Norili Nccnml Hi., Cor rturry, j PHILADELPHIA. I An ntgnrlmcut of Watches, Jeweliy,ilver nnd ; Plated Walu constantly on hand, ! Repairing of Watches und Jewelrv promptly 1 atlemle.l lo. April I, "lSTl-ly. ; I'O.'IZ'Q'KIIT .i:.l.-VS CF..11ETEKY j This company is now prcparul to sell lots in the new Cemetery, located on nil etnliicnce about , ouc-louith of a tulle cast of Suubury. The in i crease of 1 ho population of Mutibiiry, and conse picnt advance in tlie ratio of mortality, ns well as the limited facilities fur the interment of those ! who have fought life's battle, have suggested the : organization of tlie above named company. Pian of Cemetery may be seen nt the of: ce r.f J. A. Ceke, Esq., or Lloyd T. Rolirbuch. ' Price of iots from fo to SI."', neeoullng to loca tt.iii. Dec,'. will be executed r.. so.d. l.l.ovu T. R011KUAC1I, Scc'y. I May 1."., is".l.-tf. 1'jittitP oi" Joii:jJ!!i;i:i Cs:::Ii5i,ttrg;t,p, (late of Marshall County. Iowa, dee.) j TtJ l.'x' Is hereby given, that Letters of All l i:imst rat m. ,i, k...u ,!,llmthnn I )iii:Uiehei ger, deeeasi..! , huve been irvunn-a 111 the undersigned. All persons knowing thcni j selves In 1 hi" 1 are te.pu'i'le 1 to make immediate ' p.iynvnt, and thnso having claims to present t!i''i:i for settlement. The undersigned wiil meet . ail parti 'S bavl::.; claims, lu N01 ihunilici land i county nt the ol'lce of Henry Raker, Esi., in tlie. ' town i.f'i'i-evoiton, on Saturday the Jltt of Oc tober, I'mI, to ailjust 1 heir neeoiints. SAMUEL H. DUNKLEREItGER. Ar'm'r. llutlcr tv.p., Seiiii)!!vi!l co. Oct. 7, 1S71 (It. HQ Q fa ui ui r 5 f- I o 9 H hrl L 0 IrJ z . t-KlLj ZA J IT H t"1 0 e . I, CO (-'k-i'U 1 ' , i ! i j J 7. O a 12 1 1 S. 0 'f4 Il l ! I . I.- I I I I- ..I ll ... I I II.. Mai II U. I l 4 I I.I I ..pi .iiii.it. mil .. Ll I 111 i I Hi Ilil' 1 ' I.III..I I'll Hie In- 111 I. t'-:..i uu 111! Ol I. .till Ui. I til .1 ..i I. 1 1,. 1.. ll II, I'l . I I 1. 1 i I. ml, , U it. . ...I U. I I I I.....I....J, S i Ii p .uu. Ii I ll IU.'. , ll It' .ii. v h i t iiii,i li.uiW," .1 liiia.li. . ..it t .ii, it .el p.ui.i.ig.., kud l.ll . I. Il "I I.I.I .,l, ii ol .me . 1.41 til mi.1 Hi- i-uti H4i "I I'll ll -.' '" ii. inn iii) 1 1 mi 4 i ln.it in uli u ' i!i ui ; t.i.41, ol IUi'1. I' Ii4 1 In in., , It n .IiiiiiP I., , k. ...I. I '. I .1 t KM i V A I " k