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Cincinnati is to have what, so far as
we know, is a novelty in American ci
ties, a public forum, to used for meet
ingsof citizens. A wealthy citizen pro
mises to build it on a public square in
front of the new post office, at a cost of
half a million dollars. The rostra, or
speaker's stand, Is to lie of marble.
A M. Louis clerk tried to get up a cor
ner in the chicken market one day last
week. He has been driving half the
clerks on the thoroughfare wild with
envy by a magnificent cluster diamond
ring. One morning, while at Lucas
market, his hand remised on a chicken
coop and a curious cackler went for his
ring, plucked out and swallowed the
largest gem in the cluster. It is unne
cessary to say that he bought that coop
of chickens at the dealer's price. He
says he will have that diamond if the
family is compelled to eat chickens all
The Jackson (Tenn.) Whig ami Tri
bune tells of a woman who sent her hus
band to buy a jug of molasses. He got
drunk and fetched home the jug filled
with whiskey. She took it up, smelt it.
set it back and then squaring herself,
arms akimbo and eyes dashing, she ex
claimed, "VThar's them molasses?"
The old man smiled and winked plea
santly and waving his left hand propiti-
Htingly. exclaimed, "Them's they!"
lie is now convalescent, but the jug is
One <if the editors of the Cincinnati
Enquirer recently saved the cook of a
canal boat from drowning and has re
ceived a letter from the girl's father,
saying: "You have saved the girl and
she's your'n." No cards; no editor.
Walter Savage Laiulor related how he
once met Napoleon walking in the gar
den of the Tuileries and added, in cha
racteristic Lander style: "The fellow
looked at me so insolently that if I had
not had a lady 011 my arm I should have
knocked him down."
"How does your husband get along?"
inquired a friend of an undertaker's
wife. "Nothing to complain of, thank
the Lord; he had twelve funerals yes
The editor of a Pennsylvania paper
having failed to get a pass, congratu
lates himself on the fact that Tom. Scott
can't control the through route to
A sull fur damages for breaking the
leg of a child seven years old was on tri
al recently in the Superior Court, Hus
ton. Preliminary to the testimony of
the child, his counsel asked him: "What
will be the consequences if you testify
falsely?" The child answered: "I shall
be punished with everlasting fire."
"Very well," responded the attorney,
"you know more about it than \ do."
The child was permitted to proceed and
narrated the circumstances very naive
ly and intelligently.
The average salary of the sixty-one
thousand Protestant clergymen in the
United States is computed at S7OO an
nually. Probably more than one-third
of the whole number receive no more
A clergyman in Haven port, lowa, ex
changcd pulpits with a pies tor in a not
distant city a few Sundays ago and
meeting at the railroad crossing they
had a brief chat together. They carried
satchels just alike and when the car-bell
rang each caught up one and started for
the train, to find on reaching their des
tinations that they had exchanged satch
els and sermons.
"Is Mike McCloskey in the ranks?"
asked the Commander-in-Chief, as the
army stood in line of battle. "Here,
Gineral," said Mike, stepping forward.
"Then let the engagement begin," said
the General, This is the way Mike tells
A yonug man in a suburban town sent
off his first postal card on Thursday
morning. After writing a message on
the back he enclosed it in an envelope,
clappedoua three-cent starapand drop
peel it into the post-office, remarking
that it was a very handy arrangement
and should have lx-en introduced years
A staid citizen of Indianpolis, while
recently on a business visit to New
York, was asked to escort a charming
young widow hence to her home in
Western New York! He complied, of
course; but when on reaching the place
of her residence, all her friends began
congratulating her and him on what
they supposed to be her new alliance, it
became aggravating and embarrassing
and he was compelled to explain that
he had a wife at home, to whom he had
been married for sixteen years.
A man in a neighboring town who
married aw idow has invented a device
•to cure her of'eternally'praising her
former husband. Whenever she begins
to descant on his noble qualities, this
ingenious No. 2 merely says: "Poor
dear man! llow I wish lie hadn't
died?" and the lady immediately thinks
of something else to talk about.
A thoroughly French story reaches us
by private letter from Alsace. The
writer says: We have found out one very
nice way of annoying our oppressors.
Yen many of the Prussian officers have
little white dogs. We catch these little
white dogs and color their heads and
shoulders red and the hind-quarters
blue, leaving a white streak in the mid
dle, thus joining the French colors —
red, white and blue. Then we let the
little dogs go and got around and hear
flu Prussians swear. It makes them
very amm Indeed
"SPECIAL AGENTS FOR
WOODWARD & BROWN.
WEBER. MATHCSHEK, an J
George Wood's Celebrated Organs.
•TLI.AK S NEW MASONIC HALL BUILDING,
(.Veer 'Housell House,)
WELLSVILLE. N. Y.
Dealers in ail kinds of MUSICAL MERCHAN
DISE, SHEET MUSIC, Ac.
TUNING and REPAIRING PIANOS A SPECIALTY.
We invite the Public to examine and criticise the '
WOODWARD A BROWN Pianos, and GEO. WOODS'
H. Q, IREADWELL,
We!!svi!!e, N. Y.,
Ifas Just retained from New York with a large
Boots and Shoes,
jLEATHER & SHOE FIR'
LOOK AT THE PRICES!
WOMEN'S SLIPPERS from 50c. to 81.75 J
" LEATHER LACE BOOTS 90E. " 1.75 1
•' MOROCCO " " 81.00 " 1.25 j
MEN'S THICK BOOTS 2.50 " i.oo
" KIP " 2.75 " 1.50
Small Shoes, from 30 cents'upwards.
Sole Leather, 30 rud 31 cents per pound.
Shoe Findings of all kinds, verycheap.
Remember the place,—directly opposite the
11. I>. TRFAIUVI'.M,,
Singer, Grover & Baker, leather and j
common Needles, Thread and Oil kept j
constantly on hand.
A. M. Reynolds, Agent.
The Elmira Advertiser
' A DAILY AND WEEKLY JOURNAL EOR
The News Paper of this Section.
1 LATEST NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE j
TJIU. DAILY ADVERTISER is a morn
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I that it is able to give all the latest news to a verv
! extensive territory earlier than It is possible for
anv other Journal to supply il. Over a large por
j tton of sol THERN NEW YORK and NORTH
ERN PENNSYLVANIA it reaches points early In
tti" morning, and west of Elmira even to the Lake
j it is in
| ADVANCE BY MANY HOURS
! of any metroiiolitr.n journal.
Us specialties and features tl.at recommend it
to the public are numerous and known far and
If is the representative journal of Southern New
York and looks earnestly and persistently to the
interest and advancement of that portion of the
It has an Interest in and care for the large and
1 ! constantly increasing in population, wealth and
i power of Northern Pennsylvania, and although
printed in another state seeks by all rea enable
j means to forward it on the high road of prosperity
i and wealth.
THE SPECIAL FEATURES
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ic intelligence from all quarters; its faithful re
ports of the daily Markets at all the Commercial
Centres of the country; Its comments on |iolltical
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it comidues all the best features of a first-class
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Issued every Thussday, and contains the cream of
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It is especially addressed and intended for that
large and Intelligent class of commuuitv who-re
side off the great main lines ol communication and
the facilities for reaching whom make it impos
sible to supply themselves with a daily paper.
For these, besides the late general and local
news, are provided reports of local agricultural hi
t-rests and full reports of late inarkeis for country
It is eminently a readable paper and furnishes
in eace issue a vast amount and variety of reading
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Popular Science Monthly
Prof. IE. L. Yonmans.
i The crowing importance of scientific knowledge
! to all classes of the community calls for more effi
cient means of diffusing it. The Popular Science
Mmt>il;i has been started to promote tills object
and supplies a want inet by no other periodical in
the United States.
It contains instructive ami attractive articles,
j and abstracts of articles, original, selected and il
lustrated, from the leading scientific men of dif
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of natural phenomena, explaining the applica
| tions of science to the practical arts and to the
operations of domestic life.
It is designed to gtve especial prominence to
j those branches of science which help to a better
understanding of the nature of man; to present
j tie claims of scientific education; and the bear
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! opinion are affected by the advance of scientific
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to the Intelligent reading clum at the communi
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men who know ; tuir subject ami who will address
! the non-sien title public for purposes of exposition
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other writers Identified With speculative thought
' am) scientific explanation.
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■. APPLETUX A CO.,
WJ and 661 Broadway, N.
EXOCII MORGAN S S-IOXS,'
8 A P O L i G>
:*a substitute for Soap for all Household
purposes except washing clothes.
SAPO L I O
for elcaultsg your House will save the
laltor of one cleaner, Give it a trial.
SAPo L I O
for Win lows is bettor than Whiting or
Water. No removing curtains or car
SAPO L I O
cleans Paint ami Wood, In fact the en
fir' house better than .Soap. No slopping.
Saves labor. You cat.t afford to be with
BAPO L I O
for scouring Knives is better and clean
er than Bath Brick. Will not scratch.
SAPO L I G
is better than Soap and Sand for polish
ing Tinware. Brightens without scratch
SAPO L 3 O
polishes Brass ami Copper utensils bet
ter than Acid or OH and Kotten Stone.
SAPO L I O
| for Washing Dishes and Glassware Is in
valuable. Cheaper than Soap.
SAPO L I O
removes Stains from Marble Mantels,
Tables and Statuary, from Hard-finished
Walls, and from China and Porcelain.
SAPO L I O
removes Stains and Grease from Car
pets and other woven fabrics.
There is no one article known l lint n ill
<!<>•:<> ninny Kinds of work anil do it lis
well as well as Kajtolio. Try it.
HAND S .V P 0 L 1 0
a new and wonderfully effective
Toilet Soap, having no equal in this
country or abroad.
| HAND S A I ' o L r o
as an article for the Bath "reaches
the foundation" of all dirt, opens the
pores and gives a healthy action and
brilliant tint to the skin.
HAND S A P 0 L I 0
Cleanses ami. Beautifies the Skin, in
stantly removing any stain or blem
ish from both hands and face.
HAND S A P 0 I J I ()
is without a rival in the world for
curing or preventing roughness and
chapping of either hands or face.
I HAND S A P 0 L I O
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
Stains <t- Grease; for workers in Ma
chine shops, mines, Ac, is invaluable.
For making the skin white and soft
and giving it a "bloom of beauty," it
is unsurpassed by any Cosmetic
HAND S A POLIO
costs 10* to IS cents per cake and
everybody should have it. You will
Don't Tail to try these Goods.
fliiy it of your moi-oliniit if lie lias it or
| will procure it for you. It not. w rite
i tor our Pamphlet,"AH about Sapolio,*'
and it will be mailed free.
ENOCH MORGAN'S F-SOXSI.
20 Park Place. N. Y.
M I gMrnj—WCTISS. ■■■ ■■ ■■■ I
Before purchasing elsewhere call and
i examine the SINGER MACHINE.
A. I#. Reynolds, Agent,
| office in on mated mock, Ccudersport, Fa.
A. H. PE6RCE,
Wholesale and Hdail
Oysters by the Can, Quart, Gallon. Hundred and
Thousand received daily.
Families, Tarties and Festivals supplied ou short
The Trade furnished at reasonable rates.
Give nie a trial and I can suit you.
24-221 A. H. PEIRCE.
Old Sewing Machines of any make
repaired in a workmanlike manner.
A. M. REYNOLDS, Agent.
(Formerly WOOD A M ANN.)
STATIONARY A PORTABLE
The Best anil Most Complete Assortment
in the .Market.
These Engines have always maintained the very
highest standard of excellence. We make the
manufacture ot Engines, Boilers A Saw Mills a spe
cialty. We have the largest A most complete works
of the kind in the country, with machinery spect-
We keep constantly in process large numbers of
Engines, which we furnish at the very lowest
prices and on the shortest notice. We build En
gines specially adapted to Mines, Saw-mills, Grist
mills, Tanneries, Cotton-gins, Threshers and all
classes of manufacturing.
We are now building the celebrated Lane Circu
lar Saw-mill the best and most complete saw-mill
We make the manufacture of saw-mill outfits a
special feature of our business aud can furnish
complete on the shortest notice.
Our aim in all cases is to furnish the best ma
chinery in the market and work absolutely une
qualled for beauty of design, economy A strength.
Send for Circular and Price List.
UTICA STEAM ENGINE CO.
| 24-43r!<st> ITII'A, X. Y.
D. B. NEEFE,
CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKER,
Cor. EAST and WORCESTER Sts.,
will carry on the following branches of business
There will be made to order and kept on hand all
kinds of Lumber Wagons, with Bodies, Whif
fletrees, Neck-yokes and Steel Spring Seats;
Platform and End-Elliptic Spring Wagons;
Side, orConcord, Elliptic Spring Top and Open
Buggies; Sulkies; Oue-horse Wagons.
Ox and Horse Carts, Sleighs and Cotters will be
made to order on short notice.
Repairing of all kinds of old work done with neat
ness and durability.
j Horse and Ox Shoeing; Irontng of all kinds of
I : Wagons, Sleighs and Cutters. Picks, Clevises,
Chains, Hooks, Drag-teeth, Hinges, Bolts for
] ( Carriager, Plows, etc., and repairing of all
i | kinds of Mill Irons and Farming Implements.
'I PAINT SHOP.
1 j Painting of all kinds of new Wagons, Carriages.
I Sleighs and Cutters, and special attention
paid to the cleaning and painting of old work.
Sign and Ornamental Painting done to order with
: 'neatness ami dispatch.
I (Trimming Shop.
All kinds of Carriage, Stage and Coach Tops,
Cushions, Falls, Dashes, Lazy-Backs, Shaft
Trimming, and all work in the line of Trim
' j ming done In good Style.
1 Notice is given that I have changed mv place of
[ business from Brookland, Pa., to this place
and have built a new Factory—3o x T2 ft., —in
which the fonr brahches of business will be
carried on, and will be pleased to receive the
custom of my old patron".
The best of Lumber, Iron and Trimming Materia!
that can be procured will be used on the
Orders by mail will be promptly attended to.
I>. 11. NEEFE.
I. H. GOOD SELL,
Carpenter and Joiner.
SOUTH SIDE of the RIVER,
(above EAST' Street,)
I i Couilorsport. Pn.
CONTRACTS taken and materials furnlshedfor
all kinds of BUILDING
PLANING and MATCHING done.— MOULDING of all
' SASH, BLINDS and DOORS on hand or manu
factured to order.
t CASH paid for I*l ne Lumber.
Your patronage is solicited.
N. H. GOODSELL.
J. GLASE & SON,
Carpenters & Joiners,
. ! CONTRACTS taken for all kinds of BUILDING —
I | ami materials furnished.
i DOORS. RIINDS and SASI! kept constantly on
hand or manufabtured to order.
CASH paid for PINE LUMBER.
J. BLASE A: SON.
The SINGER is the best machine for
all work. According to sworn returns
| there were over 45,000 more sold hist
year than any other kind made.
A. M. Reynolds* Agent.
j PHOTO GRAPHS!
J _ 0
HAVING arranged my Light so as to obtain all
Gradat ions ol* Sliatle
so essential to a BEAUWUL PIIOTOGEAPH, I re
peetfully solicit your patronage.
I make all the leading styles of
Photographs and Ferieolypes,
, from a CAKD PICTURS to a I.IFE-SIZB POKTRAIT
INDIA I INT ID ,
WATER COLORS or OIL
j COPYING of OLD PICTURES made a special
A large Stock of
Walnut, Rosewood ;uut OMU
Square and Oval,
OX HAS!) AND FOE BALB.
j All work guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Kl. T. LYNDE
SECOND STREET East of MAIN,
V#iSRART'S PINE TREE
Tar Corft |
NATI VE'S GSEAT KE'IEDY
Throat and. Lungs.
It is gratifying to us to Inform the public that
i Dr. L. Q. C. Wishart'a l*inc Tree 'l'ar Cordial,
' for Throat and Lung diseases, has gained an
| enviable reputation from the Atlantic to the Pa- :
' cific coast, and front thence to some of the first
t families of Europe, not through the pres3 alone,
hot by persons throughout the States actually ben
j edited and cured at his office. While he publishes
j less, so say our reporters, he is unable to supply
| the demand. It gains and holds its reputation—
: First: Not by stopping cough, but by loosening
: and assisting nature to throw off the unhealthy
mifcter collected about the threat and bronchial
• tubes, which causes irritation.
\ Second: It removes the cause of irritation,
' (which produces cough), of the mucous membrane j
: and bronchial tubes, assists the lungs to act and
throw off the unhealthy secretions, and purili. -
Third: It is free from squills, lobelia, ipecac and
opium, of which most throat and lung remedies :
are eomposed, which allay cough only, and disor
ganize the stomach, it has a soothing effect on
j the stomach, acts on the liver and kidneys, and '
lymphatic and nervous regions, thus reaching to
every part of the system, and in its invigorating
and purifying effects it has gained a reputation ;
which it must hold above all others iu the market.
The Pine Tree Tar Cordial,
Great AmerleaniDyspepsia Pills,
WORM SUGAR DROPS
Being under my Immediate direction, they shall
I not lose their curative qualities by the use of cheap
aud impure articles.
HENRY R. WISHART,
FREE OF CHARGE.
Dr. L. Q. C. Wishart'a Offiice parlors are open !
i on Mondays. Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 a.
m., to 5 p. m., for consultation by Dr. Win. T. Ma- j
gee. With hint are associated two consulting phy- '
sicians of acknowledged ability. This opportuni
ty is not offered by any other institution in the j
; All Kellers must le addressed to
L. Q. C. WISHART, M. D.,
SO. 232 X. SECOXD ST.,
I'll Unci olpti in. !
OFFICE OF THE
JOURNAL AND NEWS ITEfVi.
New Singer Sewing Machines ex
j changed for ones of any kind or make,
; by A. M. Reynolds, Agent.
INVALIDS, DON'T DESPAIR!
Thousands have found relief, and
thousands will turn to Oils Medi
cine after exhausting their purses
and patience in search of health.
Giddiness of the head, dullness of the mind, foet
id breath, coated tongue, loss of appetite, pains
and weakness in the stomach, enlargement of the
liver, .yellowness of the skin, constant fever and :
thirst, with a total disrelish for business, pleasure, '
i or any kind of employment. —FAHßNEVß PAN
ACEA, if taken and persevered in for a few day s, f
will remove this whole class of symptoms.— The
fluids of the body become pure, and mind clear,
the stomach strengthened, the tongue elean, the
appetite improved, ami the w hole system so l>en
etitted that disease, in bad weather, is less 11ame
j to afflict you.
I OR. P. FAHRNEY'S §
d . ;
£lootl Cleanser or Panacea.
As a medieine for children, fbe Panacea is, in 1
: every way, calculated to take the place of theeml
lesj variety of drugs which are annually sold for
that purpose, and which are often very injurious.
1 A medicine which possesses the qualities of a ca
thartic as well as a mild alterative, ami which is
capable of am - ting disease without the least in
jury to the child is of Incalculable value to •
every mother. As a t'uthartlc.it is very effective,
yet it does not, if given in proper quantities, cause .
nausea or distress in the stomach or bowels. It is
very pleasant to the taste, which is a very impor- I
i taut feature as a medicine for children. As a pre- j
ventive of disease It is unprecedented, as it act - ;
i directly upon the digestive organs and the blood. ;
, Iu all scrofulous diseases, it is the most effective
medicine ever offered to the public, ami, !f given \
i regularly and perseverlngly, those eruptive dis- ,
eases so common In children may be entirely era-!- i
Prepared by P. Fahrnc; ' Pros. A Co., Waynes
boro, Pennsylvania. and I)r. p. Faiikkkt, 80 North
Dearborn Street, Chi aga. Price
f1.25 per bottle; f >" sale by Whole
sale and Retail Dealers, and by
P. A. Si'EBBINS, .In.,
S4 -1 Couui-rspori, Pa,
FRENCH'S NEW HOTEL.
CGR. CORTIAMDT & NiW CKURCH STS„ N. Y.
On the European Plan.
Rich aun P. FnK.vcn, Son of the late Col. Rich
ard French, of French'- i\> t I. has taken this li*>-
tel. t.-w:y ht'cd up ami emirely r novated p,
, same. Centrally located in the bu. im-ss part if
t the i iiy. Lu-.!ic.->' and GeuUciuciia' Dining Room.- j
; In every county of each state, for a t-ew Nation- '
:al Book. (THE LlVj.s AND PORTRAITS OF
i THE PRESIDENT.-.) w ith fae simile copy of tne
i Declaration of in ! . .h v . the Con-titat:o:i of
; the I nlt 1 S'ute. aii-1 r-bington'a Farewell AU
: dress, w ith 19 fine steel plates. For circulars and
; Terms address Johnson Wilson & Co., 27 Deck- ,
; hum St., New York. IM j
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Bv which you can obtain Life Insurance is th ;
Low Premium, AH Cash, Sto k Plan, It ftintishe. !
I the largest am cunt of insurance for a given sura !
of money. The contract Is plain and definite, j
. without complication, mystery or muerts!idy.j
j The isilie . ; always worth if.- face, tin- premium
never inciv tse . it is the most satisfactory a:.'
: economical plaa for the in. nam, Tins T:. wki
hi;s Ivs'i'.ANt u Com pan a, of Hartford, Conn.,)
ants Life Insurance upon ti.i- excellent plai.
its se uinv is ur.qu . lioue i. Apply to any Agent
j or send for Clrc ular. edit ;
Agents wan too for the f-.evv Cook.
1 Epidemic & Contagious Diseases
with the newest and be.-t i-..r for all ca-.--s.
; The only thorough wotk of vkind i.i the wort 1.1
i.mb: Smallpox, Yesliow ?e\er, Ciio-
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iu.-t,-.in/us. '• he i.-igge-r e;:a of the sews >n
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- KINNEY A Co., Philadelphia, i a. sor-i
>R NAI F. —A large bo-iy of Tliri erand Iron
,i_ <.••• I anin v.. idle tYiiusyltaui •; aalimat
peut 09,100,060 feet of *ouud white oak, white and
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Mass. oul4 :
tf/n i-EH WEEK IN \S,I to Agents. Every-
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£*>.4 A. COi LTKK CO., Charlotte, Mich. !
- - -
The La Croix Medical Dispensary,
ESTABLILHED IN 18117,
Is toe oldesl A- most succ.essful institution in this
country lor the treatment of Chronic and Sexual
Di;ases. For te; ins of treatment call, or address
by mail, with statement of c use, S. H. UUNsDGN,
f"or4 ill Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. i
ft GREAT OFFER!
' will dispose Of I<h> I'IAMiS A- ORGANS of Jirsl
■ class makers, including WATERS', at exlrcinel
; low prices for cash, or part cash, aud balance iii
■mall monthly payments. New ; Octave flrat
: i-iass PIANOS, all modern improvements, for
SSTB <-ash. Organs gas, t% DOUBLE-REED 1
- ORGANS, $100; -ESTOP, $ 110; S-S'J Ol', $ 125, lil.d
WATERS' CONCERTO PARLOR ORGANS
| are the most beautiful and perfect in tone ever I
; made. The CONCERTO STOP is the best ever j
i placed in any Organ. It is produced by a third ;
: set of reeds peeuliarly voiced, the EFFECT of !
which is MOST CHARMING and sol I. STIR
, RING, while lis IMITATION of the ill MAN
IVOICEIa SUPERB. Thrrna lSberal. Iluiria
i Tun t ATAUwes Xaud tor one stamp. A lllnaal 1
discount t-i Minbitere, Churches, Sunday-Schools, ■
j Ixt.lges, etc. WAITED.' 4\t4
General and Local Agents, for the Bartram ;
Sewing Machine, mvle at Dar.bnrv. Conn. The:
•ailie-t, fastest and easiest Lock-SHtiii, straight !
; Needle Machine in the market. We give better !
| terms than any other company.
Address John A. Dodge, Gen'i Agent
, d"l*4 ltanliury, Conn, j
tV A 1.1. ACE A COMPANY'S
CREAM TABLE CHOCOLATE
1 No boiling necessary. A cup of delicious Choctv
! late made yvith if in two minutes. No waste,
j Packed in pound jars. Yaiiilla or plain. One do&
in box. Unequaled as a confection for lunch
! spread on crackers, with a glass of niiik at hand
I to drink. F-r making Soda V ater Syrup or fla
; vorlng ice Cream it is superior to anv Chocolate
! made; and for Chocolate Cake, nothing else wj II 1
Ibe used where this has been tried. For sale hv
J. T. warhe.n a CO., CincUmati, o. 47r4 i
| Write fcr a Price List to .. IS JOHNSTON,
Great tYestcrn Gun Works,
I No. 179 SMTHITELb Sr., PITTSBFROIf, PA. '
! Bree-'h-loaling Shot-guns, S4O to s."bo. Double
I Shot-guas $S ¥> $l5O. Single (.uns to s2b Rifles
j $S to $75. Pevhlvers fsro f t 5. Pistols fl to JS. Gun !
; Material, Fisting Tackle. Large discount to deal- j
ers or clubs. Army guns, Revolvers, etc., bought
' or faded for. Goods sent by Express C. O. I).'to
j be examiiu <. iefore paid for. 47r4
Workino Class; i-lmai.e,Diea
uijvuig. vvi.is- weel - guaranteed. Re- '
spectable eui|(oy iuent at home, day or evening - '
; no > apltal req lred; full instructions and valuable
t package of goots sent free by mail. Address with i
, fi cent return sump, M. VOL NG A CO. '
4 ~ r * 179 Greenwich St!, v ,
N i" f "" PATENTS
; ONNOLI.X BliGTiii
I -leiphia, i'a. A Cos Mr.u , r * yc 4 ;T' '
$5 t>2U v.. , ; I
y -ting or , ; i, make ui.-ic f
their -pare momenta, or ail ;h ti . *'*t'!■
' thing els--. Particulars Pi-- -'tc
BON a i - M
j I-. Ute nearest approac.ii to a V
. relforDyspcp.ia. N-uralgia I - .
<travel, D.a./eu s. Kidney a l nuin"
ti.s, insea'cs of the skin. Geapra|"b '
i e.. It is the Gn .itcst Amid -te . • ■
I Excessive Eating or Dn:.kir.g
I stomach, pr-miot, , digestion ,v'r.-' f'|
j out it. For sale by all lirugvis;, -S
laf rpra Kiatory of tin t lu .,, 1
I Of the power of wat- r over <1;- ■
, cures and for b-stlmniilals from,i • .. ■
j send for pamphlets. WI'ITNEv *•''1:1
GKTTYSBI'Rd BrtilNC CO. ■
At...-made raphllr with B
• Jt"\ls • oiiti.T". Catalog.,. ~v - '
I free. s. M. Spxnckk, lit lianovc - I
H OYV "I IS liOM-arH,,,, I
I SKCiicr and luo others. Gami-ier. ■
ogv, \ enirilcHiulsin, in all tii. ' -9
WON DKRs. Mailed lor 25 cent.-"' I
CITLEU, Carthage, Illinois.
I 3 EEIIIj IE S S pa v I
) ELEGANT IN DcSIGN. FAULTiijt J
AGENTS WANTED, send for <au 1
l.oniolic N. yy it.i Much,i,e N, ' I
" YOU fiSK ! ILL TE J
the f.Ew DEPAETUIiE I
; AGENTS WANTED. Exclusive ter-.-J
j The book WHI sell ftt. Father, M ■■■• |
Brother, Miiiisfp", Merchant, M;i:.'if.!-• .1
I er. Miner, Mariner ami Yoursell n w a I
lis Money in it. S. ml for Cir.-i lar.
, MAN & WJEBLTER, 50 N. sth St.. l'hi'.i. I
We Want an Agenl
In tiil.s township to canvass for ihe new I
! and fast selling book by Dr. JOHN ■! ]
The Science of a New I
Recommended and endorsed by pron - J
tcis, physicians, religious and secular.l
other book like 11 published. Vm pet ->-,1
anteed. Address, COWAN A<n 1
. 4Tr4 139 Eighth St., New':,,
The Cheapest Land in Maiket for-a --j
Unicn Pacific Paiiroad f
In the Great Platte Valley,
3,000,000 acres in Central \.-br
Now I-u see hi tracts of fori, ;c "--hi. <
•ci live ami ten years'credit at six j,r
a Ivauce interest required.
Mil i and if-alt.! fill i litnate, fertile s i
i dance of qoo ; water.
THE BEST MARKET IN V.'K-f. q ;
Mining .; g.oiis of iVyo ui i:-, < .or.-. .
Nevada longSoj-pH -- by . , : ;ie
Soldiers cr.iilfed to a .Homes; ;!
THE REST LOCATION'S Ff-P CGLWKf
i FREE HOMES FUR ALL. Mil
• choice Government lands open for •:.*
Hti.iestcad Law, near this Great lia; a.i
go "1 tnaikcts and all the convei.h -In
i settled country.
Free passe, 'i , purchasers of Raiiro, y
'dectiomil Maps shic.'- ing the la; i-l.a
lion of Destc-dptive I'ainphlct, -tii p.;
I mailed free everywhere. Address
O. F. DAVIS,
43r4 Land Qjmr. V. J'. It. R., Omihi,!
CHEAP FARMS FOR SALE NtARCWCfiS
\y 'h> GOTO KANSAS OR NITdIASKI
' Vt you can buy as uie art . - la ..
•an ever nhone onO impro". <9l <- -1 i-a
ftC K- fl-' Jb acre, rat . i,g !- I
acres, y■ irl?jn from 3ft to v nn! tr •> • t
, -..1- oi i f -st dairying co:.i.:.i-.>: -A a
Five qdn-n ... now rtbi.'mr tl.
at; '4 or 5 n-ore ltej; g constVn.-ic.i. l!sy -y
;r ■< i i'nj) nved fa -us for sait- cli-i -s
iditr3 P..U-OSB AJios A :.va
; 41 j4 Crown Point, Lake Co., I i
IHU (i SI OilK FOR SALE.
A KIKST-CI.ABB DKI ti ANI) rKt.-cIIiPTIOS
Very e:u' Iv situated in Allegheny < it;.
: tr--.. ! ;-;i. i:,g biislnc—. i- . .- i s--r - •
u-jldlilig telius. t on icr v
from ■ ive la' -1 ;-c or yv-y'r i
st to a pi-: sijii ' avi'iggood re • va -
• t give il their (•' :.!• --tioli.
qfly of t :i - kind t get into a good iu;-g .
e it l ! - mall capital <s> - not :r. }■'
iher l-Hi ticuiat ;- tddress It. F. GUI'LI).
Rays, 1-9 Vt'as'iii ql Ci Ave., AmgUen. <■ '
The TESTumI MOST IMPS'
Firs aud Burglar-Proof
M v a
A x-J D VAU IU
Are made by the riTTSBFEGH saFE I
i I'ANY", 167 PE.V.V S'J'UKE'-j
j 3Cj !4 putalmrr!
Will bedistributetl to siibs< iil]- :
Ameiik AN WORKING PKOPl.k' l '''
ilt is the only j
Monthly; lias 16 large quai'tb F 4 -
i with illustrations.
Every Subscriber G s a Preai©
j Varying from 2a cents in valur!- :
;in greenbacks. Among the 1| 1 '
j are 2 of $6<X) in greenbacks: - 1 ':;'
10 of 9 loo; HO of $10; 500 offJ
lor Organs. $250 each: 10 N j
chines, s6oeach; 50 Amerieaii .-
S4O each —besides many tlo'O^ 2 ;
: smaller preminms. Onlj
year; sent on trial three inonM ;
i cents. Send for specimen le
; 36jj liox 5, Pittsburg'
STEVENSON & FOSTER
j STATIDftfERS, PRINTERS BINDERS.
AND WHOI.KSAI.K DKAI b' ' jj
pmxTPiis* , ' (> •
Flat paper *, book paper.-, ri d ■
heads, cards, printing in--. 1 1 •• .
|S2 and S4 Third Ave., Pittsburgb -' *•
Establislietl in "l 0 3"'.
C. C. HammcrS 5 "
Manufacturers of Fine and
| Tl RE, of every description w' i" 1- '- , -.1
and superior iu style and quality
most or any other Furniture ii'' ••••"
i mountains. . yiJ
l'liot* graphs and Price Lists t „-4-l
i <)r when iu the city don't forgei th< I '
j the lasge Golden Chtiir, I
46, 4®, anp 60 SEVENTH
j '1436 j 1 y Trrff"