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j| itf j|illncim Journal.
THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1880.
DEIMMiER & BUMILLEt,
Editors and Proprietors.
'Laudslide kom tbs Cash Store Store."
Wo can sell you goods 20 per
cent cheeper than you can buy them
in Pcnns Valley. "Overdrawn? "No
eir, not up to truth by oceans. In
every day-life you find shipwrecks,
who, if they have to light the I)at ties
over again, would fight and conquer
under that excelsior Banner upon
whose silken folds were printed in
ineffaceable letters of gold, "that, si
lent, solid, omnipotent monosylable,
"Cash," the secret of our low prices.
We submit our prices below, and all
we ask isacowpariso wi th old time
Wc do not imitate in prices but
ad prices to beat solid /'acts.'
Roasted coffeo 10 cents.
Green " b' 4 "
Kssouoe 44 2S, 44
Corn starch 0 4 *
Post white sugalr 10 44
Go ti brown sugar S 44
Rice 0 "
Ironstone china Tens M 44
Common 44 44 15 44
Goblets , OS "
Turkey Red Hank kf 10 44
Roller Suspenders -> 44
Fire Shovels "
Barkers Horse Powder I" 4 "
Good Syrups 11 c. qt— 40 c gal
Frislmmlh Smoking Tob. original 00
Apple ton A Muslin o7hj 44
Blenched 44 05 to tV 44
Dress Goods <0 44
Black Cashmere So. "
Men's lints - 1
Boy's 44 f 44 |
Men's Cardigan Jackets (lined) i i">
Gum Coats 2Do 44
4 " Kip Boots 200
Clares O. \. T. .Maehino thread 05cor cVC'doz
12 dozen shirt buttons oS '*
14 Bows Pins tij •'
Good liver Alls 4o 14
Suit Uuderweat. Shirt. Drawers O' 4 * 4
school Crayon - - 17 ' 4
!qr Harrisons W. Fluid 25 44
1 -adies Felt Skirts &> 4 *
Large assortment of Laities Coats, and
Mens Gum Roots, lower than the low
Tho E"ew Cash Store,
Perm Street, Millheim, Pa.
—llarry Toralinson and C. A. Slur- j
gis are off tc the city for Christmas j
—The Korstetler & Co. hunting par
ty at Coburn brought in two tine deer
on Saturday. JVcxf?
—For Colds, Coughs, Cronehitis and
all affections of the Lungs, take Ayer's
—Philadelphia has a population of
'43,9.40* To at of Millheim is a trifle
—Whoever lost that good, heavy,
'left-handed woolen mitten on Monday
morning can have it rree of charge by
calling at the Journal ofiiee.
—Just see to it, please, that your
stove, pipe and flies are in good order .
Jt may save the insurance company
soma money and yourself much loss.
—The j"b work done in the Journa
Office will compare well with any work
done else'wbere and the prices are re
markably low. Give us a call.
—The undertakers of Lewis bur g
have been very busy during the past
summer and fall. Much sickness has
prevailed and many deaths haye occur
—Neighbor R. 11. Ilartorcn has
built and sold thirteen horse powers
since harvest, and shakers, machines,,
plows, &c., in proportion. Business is j
booming down there.
—Many people go to Bellefonte for
a suit at law, but any good citizen i
would much prefer a good suit of cloth
ing, such as Lswin sells so very cheap,
at the Philadelphia Branc Store. 2t
— A CONTRACT for building the new
Lutheran Church at Milton has been
awarded to Charles Krug ot Bloorns
burg. Tlie edifice will be .brick, two
storie3 liign, and will cost about $9,-
—Yes, the sausage came—and a fine,
big one it was, too. But the kind do
i-vt is such a clever fellow and withal j
j oh a modest man that we forbear to
in ntion names in this instance.
—Mr. Yitalis Walter, ot Mifflinburg,
has obtained a charter for a new life
insurance company, with head quar
ters at that place. The Buffalo Valley
Mutual Aid Association i 3 to be the
name of the institution.
-•-Snyder county court begins Mon
day, Dec. 13th next. We don't know
certainly but think the rest of the
Kintzler murders will be tried. A
great crowd is expected at Middleburg
at the time.
—Mrs. John F. Chambers, of Union
county, was here last week on a visit
to her old neighbors and friends. She
is entirely welcome to come again and
bring her hubby along. The Holidays
would be a nice time.
—Davy Brown keeps his front well
ornamented with staple and fancy tin
ware. Dave 5s a good mechanic, as
clever a fellow as you could wish to
meet, but whether a member of the
church or not we can not vouch. The
cheapest lard cans in town.
—lf you expect to get married dur
ing the holidays you had better get
your wedding ring from that clever,
natty little chap, Charley Sturgis. We
know that he will do the square thing
by you in that direction. Or if you
want a clock, watch, or jewelry of any
kind, Charley's is just the place for you
—Remember the Holiday
season is about opening and
the Journal Store on . 1 lain
Street is the place to get the
Finest and cheapest Novel
—"Blaze away," said Dawson," when
Itulfuei 4 threatened to shoot him, in a
saloon at MonongahelaCity, Pa. UutT
ner was a drunken braggart, and Daw
son, fearing nothing from his menace,
stood tip biff ore him and invited him to
fire. RutTner pulled the trigger, and
Dawson fell with a bullet in his heart.
i HOLD ON AND LISTEN!—J. Willis
Musser is on the road again buying up
Calves and Poultry, for which he pays
the very highest market price and the
solid cash. This is an announcement
worth your attention. tf
—The Bible class of the Uuited Sun
day school meets regular'y every Fri
day evening, and that of tho Evangel
ical school, every Tuesday evening.
Our young folks—and old ones too—
could not well spend an evening each
week better than by attendiug these
meetings. We respectfully suggest that
they give the matter a trial.
—Cold, did you say? Why yes, we
think so too; but why don't you go at
once and get one of Lewin's grand over
coats? Lew, the boss clothing man
at the Philadelphia Branch Store, can
rig you tip top for hot, cold or tempe
rate weather. "Don't you forget it
—On Thursday morning an old log
building on the farm of Geo. W. Stov
er, Esq., at Pcnns Creek, was burned
to the ground. It was used as a sort
of a store room for meat vessels, tubs,
lumber See. A Quantity of salted meat,
the property of Mr. Ilenry Whitmer.
was also consumed by the flirnes. It
is not known how the tire originated.
The JNVtc York Observer is one of
the oldest and best family paper pub
lished in the United States. It gives
both secular and rtligious news in
great variety aud * abundance. Besides
much valuable f,>reign correspondence.
Try it a year. You can get a sample
copy free, by addressing a p stul with
a request to 37 Paik How, New Yoik.
Mr. MICHAEL LAMEY'S gunsmith- j
shop, on Penn Street, Millheim is the j
place f>r the Finest Single and Double
Barrel Guns, which will be sold at the
lowest price. Also a full stock of am
munition for sale.
Repairing of any kind promptly and
A liberal patronage is respectfully
MIFFLINBURG DEPOT BURNED.—
Early on Wednesday morning the 24th,
the MifHinburg depot building was j
burned to the '£round. The lire was j
discovered at about 2 o'clock, but the ;
bull ling soon wrapped in flames j
that it was impossible to save it or
any of the contents. It appears that
the lire started in the middle of the
building, in the agent's private room,
but by what means is not known. The
building was a good frame structure,
30xG"> feet, and worth about S2OOO.
—The beautiful custom of remember
ing poor editors with presents seems
to become more general—and indeed
we see no good reason why it should
not. To give whore nothing is expected in
return, is the true scriptural way of
doing. Recently Miss Mary Motz did
herself honor by sending a big, nice,
plu mpjVAan, and Mrs. Jacob Keen, by
bringing a good-sized and very fat
piece of speck. Both jekau and speck
were absolutely delicious—fit for a
king to eat. Our big Saxon heart
swells •with grateful emotion as we
(figuratively) make (our most graceful ;
bow to these christian ladies. God
bless them abundantly.
—Report of Millheim Grammar
School for the week ending |Nov. 2Glh,
No. of pupils enrolled Males—22.
Females—lß. Total—4o. No. attend
ing during week Males—2l. Females
—lO. Total—37. No. Tardy during
week Males—lG. Females—l 4. To
tal—3o. Average attendance Males—
-19. Females—l 3. Total—32. Per
cent, of attendance Males—BG. Fe
males—Sl. 'Total—Bl. No. of visit
A great number of my pupils are not
supplied with copy books, hence lose
the benefit of the writing exercise. I
trust all parents will inquire into this
matter, and supply the wants of their
children. I have urged the pupils, to
get these things, but some may have
neglected telling their parents.
D. L. ZERBY,
—That venerable man and aged min
ister, father Aiispacli, of Mifllinburg,
was here over Sabbath, assisting pas
tor Tonilinson at a communion ser
vice. He preached able and instruc
tive sermons on Friday, Satusday and
Sunday evenings, Saturday afternoon
and Sunday morning. Father Anspacli
is nearly eighty years old, but still hale
and vigorous in body and mind. lie
has been actively engaged in the Gos
pel ministry nearly fifty years, and his
vast and varied experience, coupled
with excellent social qualities, render
i hi m an interesting and instructive con
versationalist, He is none of the mov
ing kind but has served his present con
gregations substantially during the last
half c entury. It is a rare treat to enjoy
the company of such a solid old veteran
in the cause of God, who labored for the
good of humanity long before many of
the "band box" preachers of the pres
ent day were born.
—Report of North Street School for
Ist month ending Nov. 24th 1880.
Whole number in attendance Males
—32. Females —27. Total—s9. Aver
age attendance Males— 24. Females —
20. Total—44. Per cent, of attend*
anco Males—B9. Females—Bo. To
tal—Bl. No. of visits—2. by direc
tors —l. Addresses —1.
The school was well attended for tho
first month with a few exceptions,
which might have been avoided had
the parents manifested the proper in
terest. The lessons have been gener
ally well prepared although some are
not kept at homo enough in the eve
ning. Great improvement might Vo
mule in that direction. I desire those
who wish to know how we are getting
along to come and see, especially di -
rectors. All are invited.
M. I. JAMISON,
Six inches of "the beautiful" on
this ice would make sleighing excel
S. Ettlinger Esq., is paying tho high
est cash prices tor poik.
Nine late converts were received in
to the Church Sunday morning.
Mr. Elias Motz has been ailing for
some time, but we are glad to say is
On Saturday the school house under
went a thorough cleaning. That's
rigiit, "Cleanliness is next to Godli
Diana has been quite friendly "to our
hunters, having lately allowed them to
take several tine deer.
A S. S. Christmas festival 4 s ' talked
about, it is a good idea and we hope
all will unite and make the festival a
We are glad to see those young gen
tlemen from Millheim come down here
Saturday evenings. They always smile
and look so pleasant. As to their bus
iness we are not inquisitive, noi are
they communicative. We presume
however that they know what they arc
after, as also do several of our fair
The fine spring on the oM Allison
homestead in Nittany N alley is nearly
dry. This is the first tiuie it has fail
ed in fifty-three yea is.
A Coatesville girl was challenged to
husk twenty-five shocks of corn in i
day. She went to work, completed the
task ly 4 o'clock and won $2 -50.
There is a pipe factory at Warren,
Pennsylvania, which employs thirtv
live men and turns out about
eight gross of pipes daily. The pipes
are for simmers and are principally
made from laurel root and apple wood.
INSTANTLY KILLED.— John Metz
gar, aged about 7o years, a farmer near
Watsoutown, while engaged in thresh
ing last Friday morning met with a fa
tal accident. Ilis rake caught in the
threshing machine and the handle was
hurled iganst him, striking him in the
eye and killing him instantly.
William Martin, a convicted mur
derer, was lying under sentence of
death in the jail at Lebanon, Mo.
There was no hope of a reprieve, and
the prison was to strong to break. No
ordinal} way of escaping tne gallows
was possible. So Martin made despe
rate love to Martha Wilson, the Sher
iffs daughter, lie was young and
handsome, and his suit was successful.
One night she unlocked his cell, gave
clothing, money, and weapons, and
eloped with him. The Sheriff offered
ssoofor their capture, but they have
not been found.
The Whole Valley Threatened
with a Serious Water Famine.
READING, Pa., November 24.—Se
rious fears are entertained that a se
vere water famine threatens the peo
ple of tins section. Streams, creeks
and springs are very low, and wells are
dry for the first time in fifty years.
Nearly every borough, town and vil
lage in the Schuylkill valley is similar
ly situated. The rail mill of the Read
ing railroad has been compelled to stop
for the want of water, throwing 200 ;
men out of employment.
Tho Dalaware too Low to Supply
Chester with Wo tor.
CHESTER, Pa., November 24.—Ow
ing to the low condition ot tho Del
aware river the city water works are
unable to supply the city with water.
Unless higher tides prevail a water
famine will bo the result.
IN A BEAR CAVE.
Jerry Greening Has a Terrific Fight
With a Great Big Beast.
HONESDALE, Pa., November 24. —
The details of an adventure in the
wilds of Pike county have just reached
this place. Jerry Greening is one of
the oldest and most skilful hunters in
Pennsylvania, and his
wild cats, bears and deer are pretty
well known in this part of the country.
A few days ago, just before the cold
snap, Jerry started out on a grand bear
hunt, taking with liim provisions for
a few day's stay. The first day out ho
killed a fine four-pronged buck, which
he dressed and hung up in a tree out
of the leach of wild animals. He
built a lire a snort distar.ee from where
he had hung tho buck, and uftei eat
ing a hearty supper rolled himself up
in a blanket, with his feet to tho fire,
and was soon asleep. In the middle
of the night he was awakened hy a
loud noise and turning over noiselessly
on his side ho discovered a large hear
trying to pull the buck out of tho tree,
.lorry grabbed his ride and alter tak
ing careful aim fired. The bear gave
a loud growl and galloped off in tho
underbrush. In tho morning Jerry
saw blood stains on tho ground, and
following the tracks some distance ho
came to the entrance to a cave in some
rocks. In front of this cave was a
large pool of blood and the hunter was
convinced that his game was within,
lie procured a pine-knot, out of which
ho made a torch, and, after tho man
ner of Israel Putnam, ho entered the
cave. The entrance was small and he
was obliged to creep in on his hands and
knees, hut U3 ho advanced tho opening
grew larger and larger until finally ho
could stand upon his feet. He was ad
vancing cautiously when ho heard a
terrific growl, and before he could draw
his nlle the bear sprang upon him from
behind a largo boulder, knocking him
down ard indicting a severe wound
in the shoulder with her claws. The
torch which Jerry carried was extin
guished and tho old hunter was left to
fight for his life in tot r) darkness. lie
succeeded in reaching his hunting
knife and dealt tlie bear several vigor
ous blows in the neck and side with
the weapon. The blood from the an
imal's wound spurted into Jerry's face,
nearly blinding him. The bear releas
ed her hold and made for the moutli of
the cave. Jerry followed, but in the
darkness was unable to find his rifle.
He pursued the bear, and just outside
the cave another Laud to-hand confl'c*.
took place. The struggle lasted about
half an hour, and after the bear had
succeeded in nearly stripping Green
ing of all his clothing and had inflict
ed several more wounds she was tlse
patched. Jeny got another pine
knot and re-entered the cave and pro
cured his rifle. In the farthest comer
of the cave he found two little cubs,
not. larger than kittens, which he took
horn 0 w>th lim to raise as pets. The
floor of the cave. Greening .says, was
literally covered with b nes.
Prepare for Snow!
|amcs (£. dloniio
PENN 11 ATX, I'A.,
has ju-t completed a lot of very
whicli lie offers at moderate prices.
He warrants them made of first
class stock by skillful and expe
rienced mechanics. Give him a
call hefo'c vou buy elsewhere. * lie
will guarantee satisfaction in all
respects. 47*3 in
' I '~f-H H'
Has now opened its
Immense Stock of
Fall & Winter
eyes, your per
sons and your
Samuel Lewis, Manager,
Corrootoil ovory Wednesday l>y Gephavt
Wheat No I- 0 -?
Wheat No. 2
tints. Mack •
Ihickwheat _ Cl,
Flour ,5 i
Bran A Shorts,pel ton ,1.
salt, p. r Hi I
Master, ground ,
Cement, per Bushel •>> to /,
Kcr Cos! sv<io
stove " fi-TS
Pea ' 3.*)
f. GKPIIAKT D. A. MISStU
GEPHART & MUSSER
Highest market price paid for all kinds of
DeliveredeUter at the BKiCK MILLor at. the
old MUSSEIt MILL, in MILLIIEIM.
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
Always on hand and sold at prices that defy
A '•hare of the public patronage respect fully
- Ml *
MKS. AYVA M. WEAVER
has Just received her Fall and Winter stock of
MILLIXEBY GOODS consisting of
French Bonnets, Round Hats, French
Flowers. Feathers, Ribbon and all kinds
of FANCY GOODS.
fn all its Branches n
She invites her mr.r.y friends and custoraen
to call at her r' :ic c of business, in Penn
Street, MILLIIRIM, PA.
J- < Most Central Hotel in the City,)
Cou. MAIS' AND JAY ST.,
Lock Haven, Pa.,
S.WOODS CA LDW ELL, PROPRIETOR
Co d Si' Tip!-: lioonxsfor Commercial Traveler
on Jirst floor.
mm Outfit sent free to those who wish to
K7 frontage in the most pleasant and profit
-2m m lahle business known. Everything new.
Capital not required. We. will furuish
vou everything. *in a day and upward
is easily inade without staying away fro i.liome
overnight. No risk whatever. Many new v. >rk
ers wanted at onee. Many are making fortum s
at the business. Indies make as much as nieu,
and young boys and girls make great pay. No
one who is willing to work fails to make more
money every day than can be made in a week at
anv ordinary employment. Those who engage
ar once will find a short road to fortune. Ad
dress If. II ALLEY & Co., Portland, Maine.
ItopviT, PAV FOR RATIONS, NEW ANT> TION'OHA
BLE DISCHARGES, AND INCREASED TENSIONS oh
tained.—New laws, higher rates of pension
The slightest disability, from wound, injury o
disease of any kind entitles you to a pension
Widows and heirs, fathers and mothers are
Laml eases promptly settled. Patents obtain
ed. All kinds of government claims oroseeutcd
Write ai once, for new laws, blanks and In
structions. with two stamps. Address,
J. W. FLEX NEK & CO.,A
Lock Box 311, Washington, D. C.
/K *a Outfit furnished free, with full In
9 9 ■stractinns for conducting I ho most
•TO JB & & profitable business that any one can
R#' *• engage in. Tin. business is so easy
to learn, and our instructions are so
simple and plain, that anv one ean make great
profits from the-very start. No one can fail
who's willing to work. Women are as success
ful as men. Boys and girls can earn large sums.
Many have made at the business over on? hun
dred dollars in a sin le week. Nothing like it
ever known before. AH who engage are sttr
prised APHO ease arid rapidity with which they
are able to make money. You can engage in
this business during your spare turn* at great
profit. Yon do not have to invest capital in it.
We take all the risk. Those who need ready
money, should write to us at once. AH furnish
ed free. Address TRUE i Co., Augusta, Maine
KVKKY SOLDIER disabled in lineof duty by
wound, disease, or injury, is entitled to pension.
PENSIONS INCREASED.—Many are draw
ing less than entitled to. —Thousands of Heirs
entitled to Pension and Bounty. REJECTED
ABANDONED CASES finished.—Copies ;>f
Lost Discharges obtained. —Claims of every de
scription prosecuted. —PATENTS PROCURED.
Address with stamp,
11. S. BE KLIN & CO., Attorneys,
3G-6m Box 592. WASHINGTON, 1). C
and how to obtain them. Pamphlet
free, upon receipt of Stamp for post
GILMORE, SMITH & CO.
Solicitorg of Patents,
Kar Patent Oflce, Washington, D. Ci
rprr oAiiTDir^off"' 001 the best rt i cies
f ItLiD tJiiitirLhO ever sold bv agents to eve
ry one who answers this within sixty days.
American MannPgCo ,
25-3 in City Mills, Massachusetts.
1880 FALL 188©.
This mammoth Dry Goods |flou.so is now opening* its
SECOND IMMENSE STOCK
For the Fall Trade of 1880.
Which in quality stylo and cheapness exceeds any former stock ercr
shown at the i>ee Ilivc'or any other store in this section of tho State.
'JO.OfXI Yards of Press Goods comprising almost every conceivable style and class,
Splendid all woo! Black ('asiimere only 35 cents a yard.
500 yards all wool Moinie Cloth at 33 cents, worth 00.
I'JhO yards Twilled Cashmeres only 12 1-2 cents, worth 18 cents. '
The largest stock of Black Bilks, Colored Silks, Silk VelveU, and Fancy Trimming Goods ever
show n in any store this side of Philadelphia.
25.000 yards of Calicoes and Muslins which we sell cheaper than any store w'.tl BfcU them.
2noo yards gooe dark Calico at 4 cents a yard.
1-500 yards.gooO yard wide, musiiti, heavy, at 0 1-4 cents.
2000 yards best Bl own Muslin made at 8 cents a yard.
1 son yards good Canton Flannel at 7 cents a yard.
'2OUO yards Bleached Muslin, cheaper than it ins been sold for years.
v underfill Bargains In Table J.incns. Towels and Napkins. An tuiinonse stock.
The largest stock of Hosiery and Gloves ever shown in this cit>.
300 pairs Misses' Hose at 25 cents which would be cheap at .50 cents. . '
An immense stock >f Kin broideries, Laces, Kid Glover. Lisle Thread GloveSjßiblMjns, &c.
100 Indies' Coats and Dolmans, entirely new design ; beautiful good and' wonderfully cheap.
Blankets and Flannels; an immense stock at less titan prices of one year ago.
Carpets and Oilcloths.
Have received an entire new stock of these go kls which wc are offering verp cheap. , A
good and handsome lngralu carpet for 25 cents a yard. Great bargains in Ready-made iiaps
and Cotton Baft*
• ' Hie reliability of the goods and the manner of our doing business at the Bee Hive have
become so well established that our trade his wonderfully Increased In 18.10, and hag gjwiwrt to
he immense, which has stimulated its to buvja larger stock this fall than ever befor* In* tl'.e : his
tory of this jiopul -r I>rv Goods House, besides having taken special pains in selecting some of
the choicest and most fashionable goods to be found in the Kasterii Markets, so as to supply all
the wants of our constantly growing trade.
Remember the place:
The Great Ess Hivs Dry goods House!
05 MAIN ST., LOCK HAVEN, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
Orders by mail will receive prompt and careful attention.
IN THE THIRD YEAR OF ITS EXISTENCE, ITS
SALES AMOUNT TO
NO OTHER MACHINE EVER HAD SUCH
A RECORD OF POPULARITY.
It U the Liglitcst-Bnnningr,
Easiest Selling asl
Best Satisfying Caching
IN THE WORLD.
-iec-ats ranted. Fcr terms, addrers
Whiio Ssvvlng Machino Co.,
cvjevinr AWY*. o.
JOHN S, FISHF.E,
Every wagon built of first-class stock and by
expert mechanics. All work warranted. Re
pairing promptly attended to. The public pa
tronage is respectfully solicited. 39-1 y
fl P Sll Inhabit gtsKs£
BJ £j B KJj E?sj less time and at less cost
* than by any other means.
No suffering or inconvenience. Treatment
shipped to any part of the U. S. or Uanadas.
Full particulars tree. Address,
(Established. lß63) B.S. DISPENSARY,
Berrien Springs, Mich
HUFTORE lipeM Truss
* hat you want
The greatest invention of the age! See our
pamphlet. Sent free. Prof J. Y. EUAN, Og
deusburg, N. Y. 29-1 j
The subscribers would respectfully Inform the citizens of this neighborhood that they have engaged In the under
taking business. They are prepared to till a l calls in this llnca l neo time and would kindly solicit a share of
patronage. A Full Ltue of
•COFFINS & CASKETS
always on hand, which we are also ready to furnish to other undertakers at reasonable prices.
fill)? OS PKKS ;>Ttt£ET4MILLUKIM,;PA.
LOSE, HARTER & CO, I
• r ;
Edwin .1- Deshler. J Jordan Deshler
W r "* ..1 i.
Calls promptly answerod da night
.D H. MIN&LE,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Main Street; Miliheiin, Pa
IIP! ff| Yourselves by making money
Hna >V hcn , a golden cliance Is offered.
Ml EBI BU B thereby always keeping poverty
from your door.* Those woo ai
ways take advantage of the good chances tor
making money that are offered, generally be
come wealthy, whhe those who do not improve
such chances remain in poverty. We want ma
ny meu, women, boys and girls to work for us
right in their own localities. The business will
pay more than ten times ordinary wages. We
furnish an expensive outfit and all that you need
tree. No one who engages fails to make money
very rapidly. You can deyote jout whni u rao
to the work, or only your spare moments. Putt
information and all that Is needed sent free. Ad
dress STINBON & Co., Portland, Maine.
tFor 'his Style Safer.
We will send It teyour De
pot to be examined before
you pay for it. IF itis not a a
represented it can be return
ed at our expense. Send a
postal card for illustrated
Circular. C. A. WOOD & CO.
[I7N. Tenth St.. Philada,, Pa.