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West Union, lowa, June 6th, 'BS.
FRIEND JOURNAL :
Permit me to offer ]
the following incentive to the hopeful
and patient disciples of Izaak Walton
who loiter away long sunny afternoons
along the raging waters of Elk Creek,
contented if they catch a few "chubs"
and crowing like roosters when they
capture a few trout or suckers '.—Yes
terday a friend sent us a pickerel
weighing 16 pounds and 40* inches long.
It was speared six miles from here in
Turkey river, a stream a little larger
than Penn's Creek. A magnificent
fish for these parts, I assure you. I
suppose nearly all of your readers have
seen pickerel. It is a very shapely fish
—built for speed, like the paper boats
of University crews. Its mouth is
large, the under jaw slightly protuding
beyond the upper, and the teeth are
sharp and serrated ; the front teeth in
cline inwaid, so that the fish can easily
hold its prey; it is easy for the victim
to get into the pickerel's mouth, but
next to impossible to get out.
Besides pickerel, our streams afford
black bass, trout, cat-fish [here called
"bull-heads"], a species of sucker call
ed "red-horse," and of course the om
nipresent chub, or minnow, as it is
here called. Trout are rather scarce,
After an absence of some nine years,
I have found on my return here the
town very much improved, a note
worthy feature is the telephone system,
which connects West Union [the coun
ty seat of Fayette] witn all the towns
in the county.
Quite a number of Pennsylvanians
are in the county. Among those in
town are Hon. S. B. Ziegler. Congress
man, Wm E. Fuller .James McMasters,
T. R.Stam, and John Foote. Mr.Stam
is building up a good business in his
"Bee Hive" store. He tells me that
his sales the other Saturday amounted
to slßo— which is certainly an improve
ment on Millheim.
John Foote is in the Chicago grocery
store and does a flourishing business.
Several of our speculators have been
shipping cattle to Dakota and Montana.
It seems that, with all their stock-rais
ing out there, cattle fetch better prices
at present than here.
Had a talk with David Bell the oth
er day—an old resident here. He told
me of having met Ex-sheriff Musser
and lady at the New Orleans Exposi
tion and of having had an entertaining
conversation with them.
Crops are doing finely, and promise
to make up what was lost by a late
Spring. We haye bad some good show
ers of late, and the "green things" are
growing most luxuriantly. Fruit trees,
however, haye been seriously hurt by
the winter's severity. There will be
scarcely any apples—the only fruit to
which much attention is paid. Wild
red plumbs are abundant—and these
are all right, being native.
You may wish to know something of
how prohibition is working in lowa.
Well, it does not altogether prohibit; a
large quantity of liquors is smuggled
into the State—especially beer. The
law is, nevertheless, doing a good work,
and in same places is vigorously enforc
ed. In a late paper I notice that at
Washington, in the southeastern part
of the State, 800 kegs of beer from
Gngenhf imer's brewery were seized and
ordered destroyed. Speaking of the de
struction by the Sheriff and assistants
the Press gives this graphic description:
The kegs were taken out doors and
their contents poured upon the ground.
But the large vessels were fixtures and
could not be removed; so they were
mashed and cut up in the cellai. The
amber floor was knee deep there, one
man says he got wet to the thighs. The
liquor ran out oyer his door sill; and
finally they came up town, got a pump
and emptied the cellar in that way.
But we hear that the freshet weakened
the wall in one place and it caved in.
The value of the vessels destroyed is
quoted at $500; the beer was woi tb as
much more. It is reported that the
brewer will sue for damages in the Fed
eral Courts. Men scooped up the beer
in hats and drank it. To men had an
old rusty watering pot,and stood shoul
der to shoulder close, one sucking out
of the spout and the other out of the
top—a co-operative orgie, a joint stock
revel, a copartnership of booze. The
officers had hard work to prevent a car
ousal. The beer ran down to the creek,
and even the creek was full of suckers.
Think of it— O I think of it, ye guz
zlers of the amber "sea-foam." C.C.Z.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with pain of cattiDg teeth ? If so, send at once
and get a bottle of MRS. WINS LOW'S SOOTHING
BYBUF FOB CHILDREN TRBTHING. Its value is
Incalculable. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately. Depend upon It, mothers,
there is no mistake about it. Itcuresdysentery
and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and
bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and energy
to the whole system. MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTH
ING BTBUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING is pleasant
ao the taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and physici
tns in tbe United Btates, and is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world. Price 25
cents a bottle.
—The Millheim Marble Works are
turning out some yery fine work. The
yard is full to repletion of excellent
monuments and headstones of beauti
* ful and chaste design. Mr. A. C.
Musser, the proprietor is an expert fhe
chanic and a square man to deal with
while his prices can not be undersold
—Deininger's Beady Reference Tax
Receipt Book ts growing in public fa
vor. Customers from a distance are
beginning to call for it. It is an ad
mitted necessity for every tax-payer
who does bis business in a practical
manner. It it arranged to last for ten
years and sells at the low price of 40
oents. Call and see it at the JOURNAL
The Hat Exploded.
'Speaking of nitre-glycerine,' said
Dr. Roberts, the oil torpedo man, to a
group of legislators in Warren the oth
er day, 'and its explosive properties, re
mind? me of one incident of a thousand
that I could relate regarding it. At the
factory where the oil well torpedoes arc
made wo strain the nitre-glycerine
through the crown of an old felt hat,
and when the hat has served its pur
pose we destroy it One day some of
the workmen, instead of destiny ing the
hat, washed it thoroughly and treated
it with alkalis in order to destroy the
effect of tho nitro-glycerine. Then they
laid it up on a shelf and forgot about it.
Some two years afterward one of the
men ran across the hat, and his curiosi
ty was excited as to whether it would
explode if struck a hard blow, lie
placed it on ono of the iron arms that
run out from the tinner's bench in the
factory and struck it,while his compan
ions looked ou in wonderment. He
struck it twice without any result, but
the third time it exploded,blew the iron
through a brick wall, knocked the man
down and broke both of his arms, and
wrecked the interior of the tin shop.'
—ln Ilenry & Johnson's Arnica and
Oil Liniment is combined the curative
properties of the different oils, with the
healing qualities of Arnica. Good for
man and animal. Every bottle guaran
The Power of Taffy.
A tramp sneaked up to the window
of Colonel Merrill's kitchen,and taking
off his remnant of a hat, said to Matil
da Snowhall, who is blacker than tno
ace of spades :
"Fair lady, can't you give a poor but
respectable man something to stay his
stomach. Have you no pig for in
Matilda had both compassion and
pie, and cutting the later in halves,
gave one of them to the polite visitor,
remarking that he was a gentleman,
even if he was white.
"Thauks." he responded, "May you
retain your present beauty for a thous
"Dat's twice too much," said Matil
"Well, if it's twice too much, fair
lady, give me the other half of the pie
to make us even."
He got it.
i nTHJITICIfor Lncratlve. Heathy, Hon-
AlllllHOorabe A Permanent business ap
plyto Wllraot Castle & Co., Rochester, N. Y.
To Make I*l re Brighter
The dyspeptic's lot is not a happy one. Ben
son's Capcine I'lasters are the remedy. Price
25 cents. 49-tt
DO YOU KNOW
with Red Tin Tag: Rose eaf Fine Out Chew
Ing; Navy nipping*, and Black, Brown and
Yellow SNUFFS are the best and cheapest,qual
(Most Central Hotel in the city.)
CORNER OF MAIN AND JAY STREETS,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
Good Sample Rooms for Commercial Travel
ers on first floor.
Hon* and ttalloway
-• J®" ll *- The best in
nowned Sires in Scot
| jKS land. Allre^dsteredand
•* Prices Lov and
ii'' a Term* Easy.,
McKAY BROS., Brookside Farm, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
HAVE YOU A GARDEN?
IF YOU HAVE F CnO
YOU WILL NEED U
And will want the Best at the leaat money. Then
my new Seed Catalogue will eurpriee you. No matter
where you hare been dealing it trill save money. It ia
mailed Free to all, and yon ought to have It
before baying anywhere.
WM. H. MAULE.
IS9 ft 131 Front St.. Philadelphia.
FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 10,1834
Examinations for admission, September 9.
This Institution Is located In one of the most
beautiful and healthful spots of the entire Alle
gheny region. It is open to students of both
sexes, and offers the following courses of study:
1. A Full Scientific Course of Four Years.
2. A Latin Scientific Course.
3. The following SPECIAL COURSES, of two
years each following the first two years of
the Scientific Course (a) AGRICULTURE ;
(b) NATURAL HISTORY; (c) CHEMIS
TRY AND PHYSICS; (d) CIVIL ENGIN
4. A short SPECIAL COURSE in Agriculture.
5. A short SPECIAL COURSE in Chemistry.
6. A reorganized Course in Mechanicle Arts,
combining shop-work with study.
7. A new Special Course (two years) in Litera
ture and Science, for Young Ladies.
8. A Carefully graded Preparatory Course.
9. SPECIAL COUSES are arranged to meet the
wants of individual students.
Military drill is required. Expenses for board
and incidentals very low. Tuition free. Y-mng
ladies under charge of a competent lady Princi
For Catalogues, or other informationad Jress
GEO. W. ATHKRTON,LL. D. t PRESIDENT
lyr STATE COLLEGE, CENTRE CO., Pa.
The POLICE GAZETTE will be
mailed,securely wrapped,to any address
in the United States for three months
on receipt of!
Liberal discount allowed to postmas
ters, agents and clubs. Sample copies
Address all orders to.
RICHARD K. FOX,
FRANKLIN SQUARE, N. Y
ROLLER • RINK.
The proprietors respectfully inform the public
- irjustk: -
Corner of I'onn and Mill Streets,
is open every Wednesday and Saturday even
inK. and Saturday afternoons.
(Sizo of Rink 40 x lOO.)
The buil llns is commodious and tlnely arrang
ed, has a splendid tloor, and patrons will
always tlnd~new and strong
skates on hand.
General admission 5 cents.
Dsa ofskatcs.far 3 lionrs'scssion, 10 "
Ladies admitted free!
Mrs. Sarah A. Zeigler'a
on Penn street, south of race bridge,
Bread, Pies & Cakes
of superior quality can be bought at
any time and in any quantity.
ICE CREAM AND FAN
for Weddings,Picii ics and other soci.il
gatherings promptly made to order.
Call at her place and get your sup
plies at exceedingly low prices. 34-3 m
BUCK B ROS '
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FAMILY GROUPES AND CHILDREN
—TAKEN BY TIIE—
INSTANTANEOUS PROCESS !
Satisfactory Work Done bv
RAIN OR SHINE!
We furnish everything in our line
from a Miniature Card to
a Cabinet Picture.
• -♦ #
Picturse copied and en
larged in the best style.
can lie procured at our place on short notice
down so as to suit every purse.
Gallery on North St., Millheim, Pa,
A. SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE ANI) lIETAIL
keep the largest stock in the county
143 MAIN STREET,
THE BOSS CLOTHIERS
for your Clothiig.
45 MAIN STREET,
m OA/\ AAA m presents given away. Send
.nV,I If V I II H |us 5 cents postage, and by
v/V7V/ lna j] vou •vyill get free a pack
age of goods of large value, that will start you
in work that will at once bring you ii) money
faster than anything else in America. All a
bout the $200,000 in presents with each box. A
geuts wanted everywhere, of either sex, of all
tne time, or spare time only, to work for us at
their own homes. Fortunes for all workers ab
solutely assured. Don't delay. H. IIALLETT &
Co., Portland, Maine.
Anil-* 1117171711 fTo introduce them
Dill Ul FMI J we are going to Give
Away 1,000 Self-Operating Washing Ma
chines. If you want one send us your name,
address and express office at once. It is a
great, labor saving invention. Address NA
TIONAL CO.. 25 Dey St., N. Y.
IPCHTC WANTED beautiful Electric
A 111 II I 1 Corsets. Sample free to those be-
HUlrll I'll coming agents. No risk, auick sales.
Territory given, satisfaction guaranteed. Address
DR.SCOTT,B42 Broadway St.,N.Y.
£b/ fA MONTH and BOARD for 3 live
nM)young Men or Ladies, in each county-
v Address P. W. ZEIU LEli & CO., Phila
G UNS, 11 ItKKCH LOA U Kitß,
from Sl.Ud Pur a single shot gnt., up to
DOUItLE J}. L. SHOT GUNS,
from for a good serviceable gnn,
to for sittnoihing extra.
It EVOLVE HB % from §I.OO up to;
U'l NCil ICSTHII It 1 ruts,
Model ? 7•' 1, Central Fire $17.00
'7O, •• •• twenty
eight Inch barrel SIS.OO
Muxzh butdiuij shot ; tins from
for a bibgle guii,§o.;"-0 for a double goo.
sirr .xi:ts, 7 iinops, <d.ro, s Hoops
THROW XETX, :i'.j fm t f.t.00.
FfXJ: J. IPA XJoS/: 11A MilOO POLES. f..i
2o ets. each.
JUIXTED(') RODS, 2") cts.
A lino usortiiipnt of LIXES from 1 font to sl.
Al-oan immense assortment of llouES, loose
Fi/io Jiods, Fishing Baskets,
Let id cps. Flies, Artificial
Bait Ferrules, Beets,'
Also Fishing Tackle repaired.
VIOLINS from fl.2 r >u|> to *IUH>.
0 UITAIiS unit RA XJOS from 12.A0 up to
nn-lu<>ie<! Jiiclitcr MOUl'll lIAIIMOXI
CAS, 10 cts.
A CCOHDIOXS from §1 .(Hi up to SIO.OO.
Also FLUTES, PICO LOS. CLAIUOXETS
and FIFES at astonishing low rates.
Violin and GnltarStrings from 5 cts. for good
ordinary K. to 1" cts. for tine Silk K.
Hiiiijo Striia/s. best, lu cts. each. Has* Viol
■and Cell * Slriiiffs-
A#-My lino of strings canuot In; e veelled in
lliis state, for Price and Quality.
Orders by mail receive prompt atten
of line Guns a specialty.
THEODORE DESIINEIt, Prop.
Great Central Gun Works,
BirSond for l'rice List and illustrated eata
logue, containing Game Laws ot Peunsylvan la
DEALER IN *
■ ♦ - • • • ■■
Practical worker in Tin,
Sheet Iron, Copper,
Repairing done at short notice
by practical workmen.
Spouting a Specialty
Shop on Main Sf.,oppt sil3 Albright's.
I Bam FOR mH AKD BEAST J
THE BEST I
r" E^l? 7
1= CRAMPS, !
I mm J^ Sprains, Bruises, g
1 Burns and Scalds, |
| assJ Selstifi. Estdacie,
I Frosted Feet and I
1 Bars, and all other fl
I Pains and Aches.
I It is a safe, Bure t and!
I effectual Remedy forß
I Qalls, Strains, Scratches, I
I Sores, &s., on
I Bx One trial will prove itsg
9 merits. Its effects arc in B
■ _ most cases
■ INSTANTANEOUS. B
O Every bottle warranted to EK
JR give satisfaction. Send nd-B
■y 881 dress for pamphlet, free, giv- R
■ miliii Mini infif Ddl directions for theH
| MflBP treatment of above diseases, gg
H BbBHB Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. perß
g bottlo. Sold everywhere. ■
9 Henry, Johnson & Lord, Proprieton, H
7- Barlington, TL
For Sale at SPIGELMYEIPS
Millheim Mailisonburg, Pa
Hma ■ nior working people. Send 10
W<2 i PA#cents postage, and we will mail
IAH. tLi S you free, a royal, valuable sam
pie box of gooils that will put
you in the way of making more money in a few
days than you ever thought possible at any bus
iness. Capital not required. You can live at
home and work in spare time only, or ail the
time. All of both sexes, of all ages, grandly
successful. 50 cents to $5 easily earned every
evening. That all who want work may test the
business.we make this unparrallelcd offer • to
all who are not well satisfied wo will send $1 to
pay for the trouble of writing us. Full particu
lars, directions, etc., sent free. Immense pay
absolutelysureforallwhostartatonce. Don't de
ay. Address Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
fefltta DOWNS' ELIjfIR.BIHM
IN. DOWNS' I
B For the B
|| Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh,
ttjj Croup, Asthna,! i&uriay, Hoarseness, P|;
™ Influenza, Spitting Blood, BrencMtlc,
HS m.l all dbiv. lof'ho Tit rant, Chest, r.:nl pv
H| Litmjs. 111 ill ru whoro thU Elixir U
asod iu efficacy i* at cnco tuauifotlod, con-
MI vincing tho niot Juerodidcusthat
CO*SSUNSt! J ViON ag
U not Ineural 10, !f properly attended to.—SS
m At it* comuiciicomont it J* but a slight inita- CO
&S lion of tho meinbrano which Covers tho Lung*;
2* thou nit inlUuuutlou, wiicn tho cough is rutlu-r
3p dry, local fevor.nnd thopalito more frequent,tho
0 chock# flushed and chill* more common. this--
Elixir in curing tho altova complaints, opcr- ■
lates so as to removo all morbid lirttn-H|
tionsand lntlamatlon fiom (he
to the enrfuco, and Anally expel them from I
tho system. Il facilitates expectoration.
It heals the ulcerated surfaces
and relieves tho cough and makes the breath
lng easy. It mipp<>rttho atrvugih and at tlu-H
same time reduces tlio fever. 11 In liee from HP
i.trongopintc and astringent nrtU !es, vhlchan-H|
of no drying a mituro as to be in great danger of
destroying tho patient; wherea* this medicine H|
never dries or stop* the cough, hut, by remov- R
lng the OAt'sr, consequently, w hen tlie cough H
is cured the patient i* well. Fend nddieHfoi E
pamphlet giving full directions, free. fjT|
Price 35 cU.,50 cta ; and SI.OO per bottle.
ni fllY JOIiYSOX .1- I.ORD, Trops., Uurllnrton.Yt. B
?SSs2 DOWNS' ILIXIR.IKag!
For Sab' ut SPJGELMI FITS,
M Hhrim A' Pn.
Mc H U R N^ 1
Wo make from tho boat material Superior Ar
ticles of Dairy Goods, that are models of strength
and simplicity. Unquestioned proof given of
their durability. Sole manufacturers of furtU'
Improved Factory Churn, Mason's i'ower Butter
lToiicr, LorerWorker, Curtis' Square Box Churn,
Uectsngulnr Cham, Cream Vat*. Dog Power, Ac.
♦•Ono Family Churn at wholesale where we
have no agent." All goods warranted exactly as
represented. TWO GOLD, FOCKTEEN SUA 111
AND EIGHT BUOKZE MEDALS awarded for su
periority. -• —^
CORNISH, CURTIS & GREENE, Fori Atidnson, ffil
Unproved Western Washer,
JIL ICE, No. 1 for family of C $S
No. 2 for largo family ®
80. 3 for Hotel and Laundry, .... 10
Over 20,000 in use^f*
Thousands of ladies are using it, and they speak
of it in tho highest terms, saying that they would
rather dispenso with any other household article,
than this excellent Washer. No well-regulated
hmily will bo without it, as it saves the clothes,
saves labor, saves time, saves fuel, saves soap, and
makes washday no longer a dread, but rather a
pleasant recreation, as much Be such is possible.
HORTON M'F'G CO.,
Agents Wanted. Its Wajne, Ind.
I There is no excuse fcr suffering from I
1 and other diseases that follow a dis- B
Bored state of the Stomach and Bow- R
na els, when the use of
1 DR. HENRY BAXTERS g
Will givo Immediate relief.
After constipation follows
I Biliousness, Dyspepsia, I
■ Indigestion, Diseases of I
■ the Kidneys, Torpid Liver!
I Rheumatism, Dizziness, I
■ Sick Headache, Loss of I
■ Appetite, Jaundice, Ap-I
|j Eruptions and Skin Dis-B
■ eases, etc., all °f Which theseß
B Dittera will speedily cure by removing tlioratur. B
*8 Koep the Stomach, llotceb, ami Digestive Organ, n
IJ in good working order, ami per fee* health 188
|sj will bo tho result. LttdiGS a,1( I others sub-B
Hoadacho will Ami relief B
and permanent cure by the use of tlioso llitters fl
Qj ileing tonic and mildly purgative they B
| PURIFY TIIE BLOOD. I
a Price 25 cts. per bottle.
W For sale hy nil dealers iu medicine. Feud B
address for pamphlet, free, giving full directions. fl
lILYUY, JOHNSON & LORD, Props., Uurliugtou, Yt. fl
Fur sale at SPIGE L M YE ICS,
Millheim & Madison burg, Pa %
Gives a MORE BRILLIANT SHINE
THAN ANY OTHER.
In BOXES WHICH PREVENT
SOILING THE HANDS.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS.
j New York.
■.' . A beautiful work of "ijo pages, Colored Plate, and sooo
/<■&• *-< £/ >/ illustrations, with descriptions of the best Flowers and
MFG Vegetable*, prices of Seeds and Plants, and how to grow
CS cents, which may be deducted from first order.
> Tt tells what you want for the garden, and how to get it instead of running to
the grocery at the last moment to buy whatever seeds happen to be left over, meeting
with disappointment after weeks of waiting.
BUY ONLY VICK'S SEEDS AT HEADQUARTERS.
VICE'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE, 3* I****, * Colored Plate
* n cvrr Y number, nnd many fine engraving. Price, #1.25 a year; Five Copies for
fv YJlf *S. Specimen numbers 10 cent* ; 3 trial copie* cent*. We will tend to any addreas
Vick's Magazine and any one of the following publications at the prices named be&ow
—really two magazines at the price of one—Century, s4s°; Harper's Monthly, $4.00;
Y St. Nicholas, *3.50; Good Cheer, li as; Illustrated Christian Weekly, >3.00; or
Wide Awake, Good Cheer, and Ylek'a Magazine fax SI.OO.
W^UgBVICE'S FLOWER AND VEGETABLE GARDEN, aio pages, Sis Colored
Plates, nearly toou Jbßgravings, $i .95, in elegant cloth covers.
JAMES VICE, Rochester, If. Y. '
When the word Eetey or the
r— —— O word Organ is mentioned* they
Es+ey OfQ3J\ L 0 ' enggeet the other*eo widely
VH in multitude® of homes. Ulturtra-
r I \ ted Catalogue mailed free to all
IMPROVED Tims FLANGI^^
POIJTTB OF tUPFRIOMJTT
oven AMY OTMCe SSAKS AM,
PATENT INSIDE BOLT WORK.
SOLID WELDED ANGLE IRON FRAMES.
EXTEA THICK WALLS.
SUPERIOR FIRE PROOF FILLING.
LOCKS AND BOLT WORE PROTECTED
WITH HARDENED S IRRL.
EXTRA HEAVY MATERIAL;
ICS ARE MORE FIRE AMD BUICLAR FROOF.
DMSON & CO., 273-075 B**" STREWP.
NEW HAVEN, CORN.
Everybody acknowledges that
CHEAPEST AM) BEST PLACE FURNITURE
MM UK'S STORE
Penn street, Millheim, Pa.
PARLOR SUITS, CHAMBER SUITS, LIBRARY, DININQROOM A
KITCUEN FURNITURE LOUNGES, PATENT ROCKERS, RAT
TAN A REEI) CHAIRS, all styles, TABLES, STANDS, BOOK
CASES, WARDROBES, WHAT NOTS, BUREAUS, BED
STEADS', SINKS, CUPBOARDS, CRADLES, MAT
TRESSES', from the finest curled hair to the cheapest
Straw, a great variety of SPRING BEDS, all styles,
and everythiuy in the furniture line, on hand or
procured on short notice
Not undersold by any Store in the County.
An extra large stock of Faver Hangings, Decorations. SfC,
Give me a call. W. T. 3TAUCK.
is now supplied with
and a large assortment of
and, in short, neat and tasty
Job Printing of all kinds
COLLEGE, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, j
Occupies three Buildings. Largest and Best. More
positions for graduates than all other school's com
blned. Life Scholarship, S4O. Write for circulars.
COLEMAN, PALMS & CO., Proprietors.
THE MOST PEBPECT SWEEPER MifflL
A Machine tint Sells Itaeit
CONSIDERED BT ALL FIBBT-OLIBB
THE STANDARD SWEEPER.
UNRIVALED FOR BEAUTY,
Strength and light running; performs its labor
easily and noiselessly. The Brash is easily
adjusted to all grades of carpet. The
manner of discharging the dust
is superior to all others,
ASK FOB IT AND BUY NO OTXOTL
For Sale by all Dealers,
The Bosk Sweeper ad Irianr b,
GOSHEN, IND. , ....
Cleveland aug& Co.
Solo Propria tor.; and Manufacturer* vt
Watson's Portable Forge,
~ L —i -w
Holt's Patent Steam Gauges
for I.orc. motives and SUti-ma: y Engim-u,
tWUeN -pri-a rplitcti. Test lu:tt a:i Test Gadget.
FM.'I foot ciacrnm ASN I r.icu LIT.
WOi KS : ir, 15 KYD 17 WLST 6TRIXT.
Ofiica: 211 hpericr Llreot, CLEVMD, OHIO.
J • -*
or rattle. I alio A SUBSTITUTE for PLA STEM
at Half the ©est. Outlaata the building. CARPETS
and RUGS of nu, double tke war of oii clothe. Catalogue
pi os/ret. W. H. FAY t CO. CAMDEN,NJ,