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Spectacles For Horses.
A resident of Philadelphia recently
discovered that a valuable roadster in
his stable was afflicted with dimness
of vision. Having ample leisure for
experimenting, he made a careful in
vestigation of lenses which ho placed
before the eyes of the animal. When
he had found what he believed to be
the correct glasses, he had them fram
ed, and with a halter shaped especial
ly for the purpose, secured them on
the head of the horse. The gentle
man had at first the greatest trouble
in preventing him from smashing
'He saw too much,' he says. 'His
sight was so much improved that ho
saw objebts in the stable that he had
never seen before, and when I first
kept the spectacles on him regularly he
used to spend most of his time kicking
at blankets, stable coats and harness
that were near him. Then he seem
ed to discover that the spectacles were
responsible for the unusual sights
He used to break them off by rubbing
his head against the manger or the
side of the stall. I then changed the
frame for a lighter one, and fixed it on
in such a manner that he hardly felt
it, and he soon grew accustomed to
the new order of thiugs. Now he
calls for his spectacles as regular eve
ry morning as he does for his break
fast, and he will not allow anything
to be done for him until his "specs"
are put on. He has grown rather
proud of them, and I have had a pair
of regular nose-glasses made for him,
with a light chain dangling over one
ear, and when Le has them on he acts
like a regular dandy.
'No, I never put the glasses on him
when I drive out,' continued the gen
tleman in response to an inquiry ; 'I
don't care about being laughed at by
the people I meet on the road, and a
horse wearing glasses would certain
ly cause ridicule. In think, though,
that eventually horses wearing glass
es will be as common a sight as spec
tacled men, for I am sure that the first
man who had the temerity to appear
on the streets wearing a pair of glass
es was as much laughed at as a horse
would be now.'
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken by
3'our rest by a siek child suffering and crying
with pain of cutting teeth ? Ifso, send at once
and get a bottle of Mus. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING I
STRIP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. Its valttfa is
incalculable. It will relieve the poor little suf
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where is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and
bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces iutlammation, and gives tone ami energy
to the whole system. MRS WINSLOW'S SOOTH
ING &YRL'P FOR CHILDREN TEETHING is pleasant
ao the taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and physlci
tnsin the United States, and is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world i'rlce 25
cents a bcttle.
Two friends were at a musical con
cert. One of them remarked :
'The violinist I see is'left-handed.*
'Yes, I see, but not yery badly, I
'Badly ? Why, you don't mean to
say that there are degrees in left-hand
•Of course I do.'
'I didn't know that.'
'lt's a fact, nevertheless. This fid
dler seems to get along very well, at
least, he acts all right. Tell you what's
a fact. I knew a man once who was so
badly left-banded that lie couldn't eat
with his right hand.'
'lt's a fact. He used liis left hand
for everything. Why, he couldn't sleep
with his right hand.'
'You are foolish.'
'No, I'm stating a fact.'
'Couldn't eat nor sleep with his light
'That's what I said.'
'Didn't have a right hand.'
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= CRAMPS, S
Sprains, Bruises, B
■ Burns and Scalds,
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Ote, <mc? all other
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lt is a safe, sure, and
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01 One trial "will prove its
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WBW ™ INSTANTANEOUS.
KMH Every bottle warranted to
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treatment of above diseases.
HIIHH Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. per
|||f g bottle. Sold everywhere.
Henry, Johnson te Lord, Proprietors,
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A. H. V.
iV. X xIiAV Hair Vigor restores youth
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Dr. J. T\ Aycr V Go., I.owt 11, Mass,
I Soid by all Druggists.
"\ - . •••■'
is prepared to exi haupe
Choice Roller Flour
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PENN IIALL, CENTRE 00., IA.
STATE COLL EG E.
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" 23 *fclio Seerb
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men. and by long practico Buereeded to combine
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and medical cases. Weakening diseases ana pri
vate troubles in male and female our specialty. Be
sure to write us before taking treatment elsewhere.
Consultation free and invited.
Are perfectly Safe and always Effectual.
Used to-day regularly by 10,000 American
Women. Guaranteed superior to all
others, or Casta refunded. Don't waste
money on worthless nostrums. Try
this Remedy first. Sold by all Druggists, or
mailed to any address. Send 4 cents for particulars.
WIWVX SPECIFIC CO., rhltods., rK
/mf .:< A beautiful work of 150 pe. Colored Plate, and 1000
Iv&v illustrations, with description* of the best Flowers and
(try* ' WT\-i± Vegetable*, prices of Seed* and Plants, and how to grow
tA ypV a/ them. Printed in English and German. Price only jo
V, "A cents, which may be deducted from first order.
It tell* what you want for the garden, and how to get it instead of running to
K roctr y at the last moment to buy whatever seeds happen to be left over, meeting
* disappointment after weeks of waiting.
BUY ONLY VICK'S SEEDS AT HEADQUARTERS.
/Zrk VICK'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE, 3a pages, a Colored Plate
/\lj§ cv cry number, and many fine engravings. Price, fii.as a year; Five Copies for
Tup fiv Specimen numbers 10 cents ; 3 trial ooptes as cent*. We will send to any address
Vick's Magazine and any one of the following publications at the prices named below
—really two magazines at the price of one—Century, $4-90; Harper's Monthly, $4.00;
m S' Nicholas, gj.so; Good Cheer, ii.at: Illustrated Christian Weekly, tj.oo; OT
Y vjTj : Wid# Good Cheer, and Ylck'i Magaslne far $3.00.
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE GARDEN, ato pages, Six Colored,
Plates, nearly sooo Engraving, Jj.35, in elegant cloth covers.
JAMES VICK, Rochester, N. Y.
Everybody acknowledges that
CHEAPEST AM> BEST PLACE to buy FURNITURE
Penn street, Millheim, Pa.
PARLOR' SUITS, CHAMBER SUITS, LIBRARY, DININQROOM A
KITCHEN FURNITURE LOUN(JES. PATEXT ROCKERS, RAT
TAN .1 REED CHAIRS, all styles, TABLES, STANDS, BOOK
CASES, WARDROBES, WHAT NOTS, BUREAUS BED
STEADS, SINKS, CUPBOARDS, CRADLES, MAI
TRESSES, from the finest curled hair to the cheapest
Straw, a great variety of SPRING BEDS, all styles,
and everythiug in the'furniture line, on hand or
procured on short notice
Not undersold by any Store in the County.
An extra large stock of Paper Hangings, Decorations, SfC-
Give me a call. W .T. 3TAUCK.
PENN HALL CARRIAGE WORKS !
Proprietor and Manufacturer ot
Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, &c.
Experienced workman einplc/ed and satisfactory work guaranteed at a
times. New and improved machinery in the shops.
Repair work promptly attended to. Prices as low as anywhere
CIfCDVEAIIII V nco 'Stheßego.<dia.s lueyaro
t Jjy CfCnl ■ ArIILI llio best aud Ask
y° r dealer to get yon Globe Toasters & Broilers, 30
* 85& (very 6nperiorartiol6*)Glob Froit and Jelly
-ag. -- - Press, $1 25, litsno eqnnl. Cuke stone bowl
C:i:s:r; Slirstv wksg $175. GlobeeombinedTiclcHammcr.KettleScrap.
' V -~r h rjr er Hot Pan Lifter,lsc, Globe Sad I ran Heater saves
,10. - c coa l f 25c., &c. . Ac. If yonr denier is out club with
Box 1017 neighbors send money to us Awe will ship direct.
CLOBE M'F'G CO-, 989 Walnut St., Phiia,Pa.
THE BANNER SUTE.
ATTENTION RINK OWNERS.
Br>mcfhing entirely pew. It has a SPRING STXXL
FOOT BOARD (heavily nukeled bnt not polished)
and possesses the full elasticity of the Club Bkste
yet will be furnishe d at P. small advance beyond
the price of ordinary liiuk Skates.
Its construction Is of the most thorough and
| This skate will prove a dretiring card wherever
introduced and liiuk managers will do well to con
sider I ts merits, as only a small outlay la required
beyond that necessary for ordinary outfit. Prices
sent on application.
BANNER SKATE WORKS,
Skm "THE UTOKY OF MY LIFE."
And the Art of Money Getting with
ya B Golden Rules for Money Matting. Worth fioc
13 ■to any young man starting in lite. CH cr 500 pages; 68
fHM illustrations. Price. 52.55. fcj* Write at once to
FOWSHEE A McMAKIN. Cincinnati. O
Day Selling Perfect FAMILY SCALES
Entirely new in principle. Weigh one ounce to s pounds.
What every family needs and will l>uy. Rapid sales surprise
agents. FOKSHPE Si McMAKIN, CINCINNATI, O,
A T ~
Mrs. Sarah A. Zeigler's
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, Picnics and other social
gatherings promptly made to order.
Call at her place and get your sup
plies at exceedingly low prices. 34-3 m 1
| Musser Brothers,
ROLLER # RINK.
The proprietors respectfully iniorm the public
Corner of Penu and Mill.Streets,
is open every Wednesday and Saturday even
lug, and Saturday afternoons.
(Size of Rink 40 x 100.)
The building is commodious and finely arrang
ed, has a splendid floor, and patrons will
I always find new and strong
i General jaimssioi 5 cents
Dse of states/or 3 tors'sM, 10 "
Ladies admitted free/
["'<> - ALL SlzTs 1
Carrying all steam and disagreeable odor from cook-,
lug down Into the Are.
The MOST COMPLETE Cooking Utensil
No burned hands. No scalded arms. No eloth
needed. No disagreeable odors filing the house.
No overflow on the stove. An examination of
utensils will convince any one that they are the
nearest perfection of any kettles now known. A
first-class steamer and kettle combined.
AGENTS wanted all over the U. S. for theso
foods. They Bell fast and pav good profits—s3 to
8 per day. Call or write for circulars.
Manufacturing Co., ©
CINCINNATI, - . OHIO.
Manufacturers of the world famed " HUNTER
SIFTER. Cyclone Egg Beater, and other specialties."
Over 10,00(1,000 of theHunier'sHifters have been sold.
. Every lady in the land ouglit to bavo one. For sale
• by responsible dealers everywhere. • Ask for th#
I ' Hunter," and take no other. Illustrated catalogue
| of Kitchen Specialties, Machinery for Bakers, Drug,
lists, Ac. free.—Bend for it sad mention this papez.