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nr. M. CHENEY. - - - - Editor. FRIDAY, JULY 27. 181 U. Entered at the Post Office LaPorte, Pa. as second class mail matter. ItKHKXIC.t* NOMI.VATIO** STATE. For Governor. GEN. D. 11. HASTINGS, Centre Co. For Lieutenant Governor. WALTER LYON. Alleghany County. For Auditor General. AMOS 11. MYLIN, Lancaster County. For Secretary of Internal Affairs. GEN. JAMES W. LATTA, Philadelphia For Congressmen- at-Large. GALUSHAA. GROW. Susquehanna Co. GEORGE F. HUFF, Westmoreland Co. COUNTY TICKET. For President Judge, HON. E. M. DUNHAM, Laporte, Pa. (Subject to decision of Conference). For Member, B. W. JENNINGS, Lopez, l'a. For Jury Commissioner, Z. E. KILMER, Shunk, Pa., ( LLVKIAM) KINKS AN A NEW CZ.% K. He Derlarfs Tliat I lie Senate is Trying to Destroy Democracy. WASHINGTON, July 19.—President Cleveland sent a message to the House to-day, for such it must be called despite its transparent dis guise as a personal letter to the chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, nnd it has excited Hu nt most astonishment and the most profound indignation. This lattei iceling is by no means confined to Kepublicans, but so permeates the ranks of the Democracy in the House and to even a greater degree in the Senate that in the first shock of emotion and revolt to-day against this executive interference the pre diction is heard upon every side that the Tariff bill will ultimately be killed. Chairman Wilson presented the letter to the House with the state ment lhat although it was marked "personal' he had secured the per mission of Mr. Cleveland to make it public. THE LETTER. The message read thus: "EXECUTIVE MUNSIOK, WASHINGTON, July 2, 1594. [Personal.] Hon. William 1.. Wilson—MY DEAU SIR: The certainty thi.t a conference will be ordered between the two houses of Congress for the pur pose of adjusting differences ou the sub ject of tariff legUlmi in m ikes it al-oc r tain that you will be again called onto do hard service in the causo of tariff reform. "My public life ha* been so closely re lated io the subject, 1 have so lunged for its accomplishment and 1 have so often premised its realization to my fellow countrymen as a result of their trust and confidence in the Democratic party that 1 hojie no excuse is necessary for my earnest appeal to you that in this crisis you strenu ously insist upon party liouesty and good fai hand a sturdy adherence to Demo cratic principles. I believe these are abso lutely necessary conditions to the con tinuation of Democratic existence. ' I cannot rid myself of the feeling that this conference will present the best if not the only hope of true Democracy. Indi c»tions point to its action as the teliance of tho;e who de-ire the genuine fruition of Democratic effort, the fulfillment of Demo crat.c pledges and the redemption of Deinoctatie promises to the people. To reconcile differences in the details com prised within the fixed and well defined lines of principle will not be the sole task of the conference ; but. as it seems to me. its members will also have in charge the question whether Demoera'ic principles themselves arc to be paved or abandoned. WHAT THE PEOPLE THINK. •'There is no excu-c for mistaking or misapprehending the feeling and the temper of the rank and file of the Demo craey. They are dowr.east under the as sertion that their party fails in ability to manage the government, and they aie ap prehensive that efforts to bring about tariff reform may fail, but they are much more downcast and apprehensive in their fear that Democratic principle may be surrendered. "In these circumstances they cannot do otherwise than to look with confidence to you aud those who, with you have patrio tically and sincerely championed the cause of tariff reform within Democratic lines, aud guided by Dsmocratic principles. This action is vastly augmented by the action, under your "leadership, the house of representatives upon the bill now pend ing "Every true Democrat antl every sin cere tariff reformer knows that tli s bill, in its present form and as it will be sub mitted to the conference, falls far short of the consummation for which we have long labored, for which we have suffeied di - feat without discouragement, which in its anticipation gave us a rallying cry in our •lay of triumph, and wh eh in its promise of accomplishment is so interwoven with Democratic pledges anil Democratic suc cess that our abandonment of the cause of the principles upon which it rests means party perfidy and party d shonor. •'One topic will be submitted to the con ferenee which emliodics Democratic piin ciple so directly that it cannot IR- com promised. We have in our platfoi ms and in e\ ery way possible declared in favor of the fiee importation of raw materials. We have again and again promised that this should IK* accorded to our people and our manufacturer* as moii as the Demo • rati.' party WHS invested with power in detciiuine the tariff policy of the country. "The party now has that power. lVe are a* certain to-day as we have ever la-en of th • great benefit that would accrue to the couutrv from the inauguration of this |Miliey, anil nothing has occurred In re lease us from our obligation to v-cure thii advantage io our |x-<.plc It miut lie ad ' luitte I no tariff OletiMite cau accord with Democratic principle** and promise* or bear a genuine Democratic badge lhat due* not provide for free raw milerlal. ot'THAOfcou* DtsCMMINATIONa. "In these circumstance* it may well ei el'e our wonder thai Democrat* art- wit!- mg todfpuit from this, the iiwrnt Demo cnulc of all tariff priwiple*. «mJ tint the unwl incom>ivcnt alwurdity of « pro |MMat departure ahotihl U- euiphasued by the tuggoti >u that tin* woal of ihr fanner Iw uut uu itw lim Hm and iho pioicctUiu tariff taiatloii he placed iround the Iron ore a«t coal of corporation* and i apital Wv lluw can We face the people *fler iiidul rou in au< ti »utra«eou» di« rituina lion it nil vtiUUou. of print ,pi« » "|i to (|Uil» apparent that thu <|ueatioa frv* raw atattrial do«« aot admit vf ad justment on any middle ground, since! their subjection to nny rate of tariff taxa tion, great or small. in alike violative of Democratic principle and Dcmociatic good faith. "1 hope that you will not consider it in trusive if I say something in relation to another sutject which can hardly fail to be troublesome to the coufereuce. I refer to thr adjustment i.f tariff taxation ou sugar. TNK 810 TKKSTS. ''Under our party plaifonn and in ac cordance with our declared party pur poses sugar is a legitimate and logical article of revenue taxation. Unfortunate ly, however, incidents have accompanied certain stages of the legislation, which will be submitted to the conference, that have aroused in connection with this subject a natural Democratic animosity to the methods and manipulations of trusts and combinations. I confess to sharing in this feeling, and yet it seems to me, we ought, if possible, to sufficiently free our selves from prejudioe to enable us coolly to weisfh the considerations which, in formulating tariff legislation, ought to guide our treatment of BUgar as a taxable article. "While no tenderness should be enter tained for trusts, and while lam decided ly opposed to granting them, under the guise of tariff taxation, any opportunity to further their particular methods, I sug gest that we ought not to be driven away from the Democratic principle and policy which led to the taxation of sugar by the fear, quite likely exargcrated, that in car rying out this principle and policy we may indiiectly and inordinately encourage a combination of sugar refining interests. I know that m present conditions this is a delicate rutjoct, and I appreciate the depth and strength ot the feeling which its treatment has aroused "I do aot beli. re we should <'o evil that good may come, but it seeuid to mo that wo ehould Dot forget th >t o>ir «iui in the completion of a tarilTbill, and lhat ia taxing sugar for proper purposes and within r-u-onable b junds, what ever else may be said ot our action, we am in no danger ot running counter to I'emooratic princip'e. With alt there is at stake, there must be in the tieataient of this article some ground upon wiiieli we are all willing to stand wh •re toleration and concil &ti »n may be al lowed to solve (he problem without demanding the entire surrender of fixed and OJneiieijti >u« Convictions. HIS INTENTIONS WERE GOOD. "I ought not to prolong this letter. If whmt I have written is unwelc me I beg you to be lieve in tny go »d inteution*. •Mn the conclusion of conference touching the numerous items *hich will b ? considered the people are not afraid that their interests will be neglected. They know that the general rtsult, fo far us they arc coucerned. will be t> pi it c 3 home necispaiies and comforts more ea-ily within their reach «nato injure belter and aurer cotnpeus ttion to those who toil. ♦•We all know that a tiiritl covering all the varied interest." and conditions ot a c« uu try a, rasft as ours inns', of n«c *s ity, be y the result of horn-ruble adjustment an I compromise. *'l expect very few of us can >ay, when our measure is perfected, that all its feature* are entirely HS we w uld p eftr. You know how much I (*eprec ate I the incorporation in the proposed bill of the income feature. In mat* t r.s ot this kind, however, which do not violate A fixed and recognir d Democratic doetiinc, we are wilii..g to defer to the judgment of a ma jority of our Dim eratie b.-ethern. I think iheie is a general agreement that this is a part} ■lu'jr. "'lhis is more palp.ib'y apptrent when we realize that iho bu.-in 8- of our country timidly stands and watches for the result of our effort* 'o perfect tai iJ legislation, that a quick and ! certain return of prosperity waits upon a wine adjustment, and that a confiding people tt II trust ia our hind, their prosperity and well being. "The Democracy of the land pleal most earnestly for the speedy c mpletion of the taritt legislation which their representatives have undci taken; but they demand not less ca nestly hat DO stress of necessity shall te opt those they trust to the a l >audunuieut of tho Demo cratic principle, ••Yours vcrv truly, ••OROYER CLEVELAND. WAST JIIM IMPEACHED. Some Senators do not liesitate to say that the President ought to be impeached. Not for many years has the Capitol seen so exciting a day ns this. History made itself with startling rapidity and its devel opements were full of surprises. The scene in the House from the moment that body convened at noon until the conferrees had been reap pointed was most dramatic. The excitement under which the members were laboring, the great surprise caused by Mr. Wilson's sudden revelation of Mr. Cleveland's letter, which he has been carrying in his inside pocket for seventeen days, the sensation caused by its phrases, the unexpected Democratic enthusiasm with which Mr. Wilson's appeal to stand by free sugar was received, anil the serious energy with which Mr. Reed denounced this violation of the Constitution, and the President's attitude In favor of the Sugar Trust and of Mr. Whitney's Nova Scotia coal syndi cate all contributed to make ever}* Ir.uight with significance. DENOUNCED BY AI.L. To-night Mr. Cleveland's letter is being denounced on every hand bv Democrats, few of whom, however, venture to give open expression of their feelings for publication. Their private conversations are sulphurous. The question which every one is asking is, What will be the effect of Mr.Cleveland's piouuuciamentoupon the fortunes of the bill? Au Eiitlr I'srrj lni 01l ii Unib. A big crowd of villagers recently viewed the movements ol an enor mous bird that hovered over a field in the vicinity of Landisville, Lan caster couut.y, Pa. A Hock of sheep were gtazing in the field. From a height of several hundred feet the bird would swiftly descend to near the earth, and after circling in long sweeps again mount on high John M usselman, one of the crowd, weut for his gun. Then he watched for a chance to shoot. Suddenly the big bird daited downward, seized a good sized lamb ir. its talons and began tolly oil' with it, the lamb meanwhile utteiing plaintive bleats. Mussel tan n fired when the feath ered robber was two bundled feet away. The bird fell dead. It was an enormous bald eagle, measuring 7 feet 'J inches from tip to tip. The Istub in its clutches was also dead when found. Democrats over here say that should their convention nominate a lull licki't from the * Cherry Coin bine,' it will be a mistake, and will 1 make the ticket very weak. They | ate <>f the opinion that Mr. Oriw | should receive the nomination for Member, by all mean*. Wonder if OtumiimtiAtr will give Mr. Orim a rotuing »<ud olf this! wetk ' VV« shall ohicrve JERE. KELLY'S COLUMN. COFFEE MILL is one of the new inventions of great merit to the Housekeeper. Hold 1 pound of coffee and keeps it from loosing its strength, or wasting by spilling, mill warranted Good grinder, only 75c. )■£>:( WEATHER is likely to be very hot this summer. Save your strength and save fuel by getting a good Coal Oil Stove. Tubular Oil Stoves the best: Prices 90c, $1.25, $2.75, $0.50. 2 Iloler Griddle Pans. Ovens and all necessary attachments to cook for large family. ):o:( IS AMTHEH LABOR M MACHINE. No work is so much to be dreaded as the wash tub. This machine will do the washing in half an hour and BO easily that a child 10 years old often does it in our house as an amusement. Oialy $3.00 former price $9 00, ):0:( PHARAOH King of Egypt, in the time of Moses was greatly afflicted with flies. His affliction would have been much less if he had Fly Notting to shield his person from this pest. This is Headquarters for h'creen Doors, "Window Screens, Doors all complete SI.OO. Window Screens, 25c, to 35ct. Screen Wire from 12 to 20c, per yard. Easily put up. ! ):o:( If this hot weather makes you sweat and your clothes get wet, J wring theiu out with this wringer and you will be as cool as a cucum ber in August. Clothes wringer *1.90 to 15.50. ):o:( Kruit will be plenty this year—so will fruit jar*, and fruit cans. ' Good glass Tumblars, :»5 cents. .Jelly Tutnblnrs, U.*> cents. White Glass Mtisott Fruit Jars, COc to SMI cuius per dozen. ):Oi( Jere. Kelly, HUOUEBVILLE, PA.I Joseph Drinker, who shot nn<l killed banker Cooper at Montrose soon after his failure there a number of years ago, wa? adjudged insane and sent to the Danville asylum. llis death at that institution has ju.it been reported. A raid limh been tnado upon the dug* of Dushorc. They have been dying ctt quite rapidly in the past week or two from being poisoned. Such cruel work ought to bo justly punished and no doubt will be if the could be apprehended. Mr. M. J. Lull and wifeof Bernice, came here on Tuesday, Mrs. Lull having been brought hern to her sister, Mi>. Etna Osterliout, where she will be carefully nursed in the hope that she will soon entirely re cover from a severe illness through which she has just passed and from which it was feared that site would not recover. While she is much improved in health she is still unable to sit up and was brought here on the cars in a cot bed. Mr. Lull re turned to his home yesterday Tunkhannock Democrat. KuiiUu) School Convention. Programme for the District Sun day School Convention, preparatory to the County Convention, to be held at Laporte, Pa., on Thursday, Aug. 2, 18i)4, in the M. E. church iu the afternoon and evening .session. 2p. m. devotional set vices con ducted by Rev. \V. A. Lepley. 2:15 preliminary business. 2:30. recep tion. Address of welcome, by Miss Harrier. E. Grimm; response, by ; recitation by; g, reports of officers and delegates. Election of dele~ gates to the County Convention, by county president and county super intendent, A. A. Collins and D. T. Hacked. DISCUSSIONS, 3:20, duly of dele<rntos, by J, W. Mallard and others. 3:30, free parlia ment, conducted by superintendents and assistants. 3:45, question box; 4, the trials and triumphs of a Sun*- day School superintendent, by Win. Mcylert and others; 4:20, how to secure the attention of scholars in class, by Miss Ada Meylert; 4:50, sinking and benediction. Adjourn ment. EVENING SERVICE. 7:30. song and service; 7:50 de votional services, conducted by Rev. L. C. Davis ; report of secretary and other business; 8:15, the perils to the Christian Sabbath and how to meet them, by Prof. F. W. Meylert, We v. Kosenherry. Rev. W. A. Lep ley and others; 8:45. my duty as a Sunday School superintendent, of fices, teacher, scholar and christian to the church, by Rev. J. W. Camp bell, R. A. Conklin and others; music; recitation by; 9:15, conse cration meeting, half minute talks; Benediction. All subjects are open for discussion. E. S. Latsiiaw, Pres. of Com. Laporte, Pa., July 20, 1894. MUNCY VALLEY ITEMS. John Taylor is home helping his father harvest. Samuel is home from the bark woods. The Ladies Sewing Circle will meet at Mrs Hopfers. Miss Maud Miller was visiting in Picture Rocks, last week. Miss Emma Walburn is taking music lessons of Mr. Snyder. Miss Carrie Ritter has returned home, after spending a few weeks here. The hay crop, which is now being putin, is better than expected a few weeks ago. Wilson it Bardoe, the photograph ers advertises some big reductions in prices. They do good work. C. S. Taylor of Eyersgrove, was in town last week looking after his pension. He is a deserving old soldier and should have a pension. Woikmen are painting and paper ing the interior of the Muncy Valley House. Mr. Oansel will remain iii charge of the house and the whole of the lower story will be repaired and new furniture put in. Rover. J. W. Ballard, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER -IN— TOT \OPEN BUGGIES, —ALSO— Farm and Heavy Lumber Waps. FACTORY WEST MAIN STREET, LAPORTE, PA. P. S. All kinds of repairing promptly and neutly done at reasonable prices. Vicious llnrse* hhod In Marthi* lloim* Shining Hack ' J. W BALLARD Mtty 18. IKJ V J BRADLKY, ATToMNKV AT LAW. LAPoKTK, - - PA. OdUt with il<.ii. I. M Duulinm, ' tl 894! SPRING 1894! w E AKK now prepared lo show j you the handsomest and most complete assortment of Dry Goods and Notions in the county. Our stock of piece goods Is complete, with the latest put terns—comprising both Domestic! and Forcigh Fabrics. We are satisfied we can satisfy the most critical buyer, both as to PRICE & MATERIAL. A FEW PIECES of the weli known Llama Cloth, for 10 cents per yard. WE HAVE added to our stock a com plete line of Boots and Shoes, including the latest and nobbiest styles. Also a full line of Children's Misses u id Ladies Fine Shoes. Having bought them for cash, we are en abled to sell them for the usual prices asked for old style and shelf worn goods. Our Stock of Window Shades Is complete Elegant patterns, patent spring roller—fine, 25 cents up. We have a full assortment of Floor and Table and Stair Oil Cloth. We have just received an addition to our Wall paper stock, ranging in price from 4 to 12 cents per roll, both uray white and back. VVe are receiving daily, new goods in our grocery department, consequently are of fering you fresh goods at the lowest prices. Our standard for quality is of the highest. "nl y» 90e Ullll ■"■UUI "" „ l 2 j per Ma<>k IF YOU want Chop, Corn, Oats, Screenings, Bran or liye. We can save you money. Seed Oats a specialty. Call and see us. Cash paid for Farm Produce. WALTER SPENCER & SON. I.aport«s Pa. J. V. 'RETTENBURY, Watch : Maker : and : Jeweler, ~ DPSHORE, PA. Established April Ist, 1879. MAIN St. LAPORTE, Pa. Oysters in every stylo and game in season. Choice wines, and cigars always in stock. Bock-beer in season. No pains will be spared in waiting on Customers. F. W. Gallagher, Proprietor. Mar.lM'93. rfRY l UBACH J^URNITURE Dushore, Pa. I *****%&s*s***s**s********* £ STEAM RIDER GALLERY * IEA 6 L E SI ERE. I $ The flrnt steal truck machine in 2J X tliik county. Ilorv* liave rack en $ ft niniioii. Come imp, come nil. 9 £ MO/I.EY & I'KWTKKUAUOII. $ z************************* FRANK H. MOODY, DUSIIOUK. l'A. Plam and Drnamentril Painler. Over Kftccn Year* Kx|t«ricnc« in t'liy iimi Country. //>iuse anil Sit/H /'uiitliiif/, J'n/t, r ltiini/ihi/, (irainintf, l/imlir,nnl Kte. Charge* H<***ouablc Niy SSrtl, I MM. Fresh Stock I AT THE ] Tannery Store. ; Having just returned from the' City, whore we |-ui chased the usual supply <>r Dry Goods,-] Groceries &c., suitable for the season, we are prepared to Bell the same at us reasonable prices as can he hud in the county OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES Are of the usual standard here-; tofore sold in our store, and, as 1 much of these goods are pur- , chased at a less price than J formerly, we are disposed to; give our customers the benefit OUR BOOT AND SHOE Department cannot be surpassed in either quality or variety— and the prices are less than ever offered before in this | market. Spring Dress goods of, the different varieties, at prices to suit the times. James McFarlane. LAPORTE, PA. WILLIAMSPORT AND NORTH bRANCH RAILROAD TIME TABLE. [ln effect May 21. 1894.] NORTII. — "TRAINS. 5. I 25. , 23. I P. .|A. M.|i. M. Williumsport 4 30i 10 10 6 10! Hall* 6 Oii 10 3li 6 371 Hu/he-viile 5 20 10 4Mj 6 &ll| Picture Rocks 6 28 10 501 6 57 (ilen Miiwr 542 11 03 7 071 Muncy Valley 558 11 IS 7 2li Som«town 6 05 11 24! 7 Js| Noidmont 821 II 38 741 i Laporte 638 11 54 800 Kingdale ti 55 12 10 8 15 Sut'ertield 7 10 12 2i 8 2:> Townnda 8 19 3 27 i 930 SOUTH. I TRAINS. j It. j 8. 112 26. | 21. A «. A. M. >. M.JP. M. Willtams-port 655 10 08 5 251 912 Halls 0 37j » 42; 4 40| 8 4fl Hui(licßville ti 00 926 4 23 825 P Hurts Rocks 9 15 414 yjj (Hen Mawr 900 402 8 OC, Mut.cy Valley j. I 841 j 343 751 Senestown j 1 836 337 74h Norduiont 8 19 320 i 732 Lnporte 800 3 021 T 13 Ringdulo ; 745 2 42) fi 55 Sattertield .1 735 230 630 Towanda j ' 6 30 1 11 28| 4 58 11. C. McCOKMICK, President. liliWJ. (i. WELCH, General Manager. R. ti. EA\ ENSOX, Asst. Oen. Munagor. SuBIT! Samuel Cole, OF Dushore is headquarters for all kinds of hardware— Tools, pir. «, stoves aud ranges, hou&e furnishing: goods 1 sints, oils, and varnishes. Special induce ments to huiiueis. MANUFACTKES of copper, tin and sheet-iron-ware, Hoof ing, spouting BIRCII OIL DISTILLS etc,, aspecialty. Our prices are beyond all compe tition, and we invite your patronage. SAMUEL COLE, Dushore, Pa. CROWN ACME The Best Bom! Gil That Can Be Made Irom Petroleum. It gives a brilliant light. It will not smoke the chimney It will not char the wick. It has a high fire test. It will not explode. It is without comparison as n perfection Family Safety Oil. It is manufactured from the finest crude in the most perfectly equipped refineries in the world. IT IS THE BEST. Ask your dealer for CROWN ACME. Trade orders filled by THK ATLANTIC REFINING CO. Williamsport Station, Wiliiamsport Pa. HOTEL KENNEDY. LAPORTE, PA DAUBY KENNEDY. • PROP Everything First Class. Charges Reasonable. Mar7~!)o NEW RK WEEKLY TRIBUNE —AND— SULLIVAN REPULLIOAN ONE YEAR, One Dollar amitirenty-fii'C nil o ultra lo SULLIVAN REPUBLICAN V LAPOBTE. PA. Push Will Tell! Low v Will Win! vJ[v This week wc call yourattentiou to our Domestic Department. Bc, Lancaster Gingham, sc. 12J French percales, 10c. French Hatines, 15c. 10c, muslin, 7c. Dress Goods Dept. 25c, new spring dress goods 15c. Black fancy dress goods, 25c. Black all wool serge, 4Cin. 75c. Black and colored moire silks 50. Notion Department. Summer corsets COc, worth $1 00. D, & 11. H. Corsets 75c. 15c, children hose, C pair for 25c. Clothing department. $15.00 Men's - suits *12.00. 10.00 " « goo 800 " « 6 00 6.00 « « 4>oo Complete line of youth's and boy's suits, from $125 to *B.OO a suit. T. J. KEE ER, Center Main St, Laporte, Pa. : : ASK your Merchant for Oimningham?B Celebrated Non-rust Tinware, Family Solder, Farmers Friend, and Outfit and Steamiest! and Oderlegg Kettle. .ALL FIRST CLXSS WORK3/EN. NO APPRENTICE WORK. 1 Job and Custom work done. J A MES C TFN NINO IIA M, 1 Dushore, J'a. Jobber* & Manufacturer* ofTinvar*. LAPORTE BANK. LAPORTE. PA. Do a general Banking and Collecting • business. Any business intrusted to us will be carefully I attended to. Agents for Steamship Tickets to ! and from all parts of Europe, and for Fire Insurance Companies. J. ALKIJED JORDAN, CABHIKB HAIL TO THE CHEAPEST TIIATS EVERYBODY'S MOTTO and the people appreciate the fact that— MRS. LAIIER'S STORE I is right "in it'* for cheap goods. j.My groceries are always fresh and of ■j the best quality. Flour and feed the best the market afTords. Mas. m. c. la tier. May 13, '9? Sawed Shincjles The best in the market and at low bottom prices I'hree grades constantly on hand Will deliver if desired. Write—S. MEAD, May23'9o. LaPorte, Pa. ' S ENKY T ' DOWNS » ATTORN EY-AT-I.AW tx-Proth y. Kegi>tcr Jl Recorder of Sullivan Co Office with Sheriff Mahuffey, LaPorto Pa. P. INGHAM & 11. K. NEWITT l ATTORNEYS—A T-I, AW. I 505 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, Pa. 'QT® J. &F. H. INGHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-1. AW, LAPORTE, - - ~ PA. Legal ftu' iness attended to in this and adjoining Counties. Jg J. MULLEN, ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, DUSHORE, - _ pa. Oitke with B. S. Collins, J* M. DUNHAM, ATTORNEY—AT-1 AW MT*O(B '0 over Keeler* Store, l.ai'orto, Pa.