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SOMETHING FROM nis PEN. —"John'
relates the following bit of conversation
he had with an acquaintance:
"lie said he used to write for the pa
pers once and meeting an editor one
day. the editor said he would like some
thing from his pen," and says he, "what
do you think I sent him?"
Says I, "Give it up."
Says he, "Well, he said he wanted
something from my pen, so I sent him
AN IOWA justice of the peace refused
to fine a man for kissing a girl against
her will, because when the lass came
into court he was obliged to hold on to
the arms of his chair to keep from kiss
ing her himself.
VANDERBILT is nearly eighty and
never drank liquor.
CALIFORNIA boasts that severe and
destructive storms of any kind are
practically unknown on that side of the
But they have earthquakes.
MARY Coiqse is the name of a Lon
don woman ninety-two years old.
It is to hoped that she's a lively old
WHEN a New Hampshire juror finds
himself unable to decide as to the guilt
or innocence of the prisoner, lie retlects
that every convict in the State prison
yields a revenue to the State of $2<X) or
S3OO per year. And then he hesitates
TIIF.RE is a government office vacant
on the Plahis and some enterprising,
hungry politician with a thick skin
ought to apply for it immediately. It
is the office of a mail-carrier between !
Cheyenne and White Clay and the dis
tance is 140 miles. The pay is good
and the chances for fame are better.
The last incumbent left because the
Sioux chased him nine miles and filled
him so full of bullets that lie couldn't
discharge his duties.
THE saddest case on record is that of
the want of a Bible at the inauguration j
of a Missouri Governor. The ceremo
ny was d tained until a messenger was
sent over to the penitentiary to procure
JACOB Hodges, a ferryboat man on
the Missouri river, has not missed but
one day during the last eighteen years
and lie excuses that one day by saying
that he had to go and see his brother
WORK has been commenced upon a
mammoth balloon in New York by
Messrs. Wise and Donaldson under the
auspices of the Graphic Company, the
builders agreeing to make an aerial voy
age to Europe. The expedition will
start about the 20th of August.
ADDITIONAL reports to the Agricul
tural Bureau show that the yield of
oats and rye will rule above the average
throughout the country. Indeed a ma
jority of the States show an increased
average and a better yield of both crops.
A CLERGYMAN in Wisconsin, while
drunk, cruelly beat bis little son, elevqp
years old, on the evening of Saturday,
12th inst. The neighbors interfered,
but were told to mind their own busi
ness and not until the man was arrest
ed was the boy rescued.
AT a recent meeting of Trinitarian
Congregational ministers of Massachu
setts, ltev. Mr. Turner, of Ilyannis,
told the following: The Universalist
church in Ilyannis was struck by light
ning. The nearest bell was on the Bap
tist church; but when they applied for
the key the old Baptist sexton refused.
"He was not going," he said, "to in
terfere with the will of God." The
church was consumed.
A FORT Garry dispatch says that
bail has been refused to Hay, Keegan,
Fletcher and Blakely for kidnapping
Gordon and the prisoners were comniit
ed for trial at the Octolier term of the
Court of the Queen's bench. Merriman
was admitted in S4OOO bail for his ap
pearance for trial at the same court.
THE Chesapeake aiul Ohio Railroad
Company have o}ien-top cars attached
to each one of their passenger trains,
for the purpose of allowing the passen
gers to view the country and beautiful
mountain scenery as they pass along.
THE Shah's overcoat, which is worth
$1,000,000, is a very ordinary looking
coat, but great gobs of diamonds form
the buttons, the button-holes are jew-1
eled like a dollar-store watch, and the
t ills are lined with gold plate.
XEW II AMI'SIIIRE cleared $20,000 on
her State l'rison last year and now sev- j
end wealthy capitalists in the State
want to go into the State Prison busi
ness and have applied for charters and
permission to rope in convicts.
DENVER has a negro who can cor-,
reetly measure almost any distance with
his eye. He instantaneously decides
how high a chicken roosts.
MY FRIENDS, if there is any man
whom from the bottom of my heart 1 1
pity, it is the man who Itelieves that all
mankind are cheats and swindlers and
who considers life merely a game of
grasping and griping. If there is any
young man for whom 1 feel deep regret,
as lor a young man sure to fail, sure to
live and die wretchedly, it is the young
man that gvH-s forth in the world believ
ing that the only motives in this world
are selfish motives. Depend upon it
that selfishness Is not the only motive j
in this world— nay, it is not even the j
strongest motive.— l'm/, A. IJ. Whit, '•
SPECIAL AGENTS FOB
WOODWARD A BROWN,
4YEBEB, MATHLSHEK, and
PI AIT O S,
George M ood's Celebrated Organs.
PI LLAR S NEW MASONIC HALL BUILDING, 1
(.Vear Howell House,)
WELLSVILLE. N. Y.
Dealers in all 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 BKOWN Pianos, and GEO. WOODS'
H. D. TREADWELL,
Weilsvilfe, N. Y.,
Has just returned front New York with a large
Boots and Shoos,
LEATHER & SHOE FINDINGS, j
LOOK AT THE PRICES!
WOMEN'S SLIPPERS from 5Cc. to £1.75
" LEATHER LACE HOOTS 90C. " 2.75
•' MOROCCO " " 81.00 " 1.25
MEN'S THICK BOOTS 2.50 " 1.00
" KIP " 2.75 " 1.50
Small Shoes, from 30 cents upwards.
Sole Leather, 30 rnd 31 cents per pound.
Shoe Findings of all kind?, veryehcap.
Remember the place, — directly opposite the I
11. If. TILE.iI)YVEI.I,.
Singer, G rover A Baker, leather and ,
common Needles, Thread and Oil kept
constantly on hand.
A. M. Reynolds, Ajcnt.
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power <•'. Northern Pennsylvania, and although
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MEANS to forward It on the high road of prosperity
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new-, are provided reports of local agricultural in
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Popular Science Monthly
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B. ail classes of the community calls for more eiTl
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cer, PROF, T.I ,h-y, I'ruf. T> odail. Mr. Darwin ami *
."" r writers Identified with sjiecuiative thought '
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l. A I*I*I.ETON A <
and K>l Broadway, N. Y. 2
EXiCH MOKG AX'Ss SONS'
SARO L I O
is a substitute for Soap for all Household
purposes except washing clothes.
SAPO L I O
for cleaning your llor.se will save the
labor of one cleaner. Give it a trial.
SAPO L I O
for Windows is better than Whiting or
Water. No removing curtains or car
SAPO L I O
cleans Paint and Wood, in fact the en
tire house better than Soap. No slopping.
Saves labor. Vou can't afford to be with
SAPO L I O
for scouring Knives is better and clean
er than Bath Brick. L WIU not scratch.
3 A P a© LID
is better than Soap and Sand for polish
ing Tinware. Brightens without scratch
SAPO L 3 O
polishes Brass and Copper utensils bet
ter than Acid or Oil and Rotten Stone.
SAP© L ! O
for Washing Dishes and Glassware is in
valuable. Cheaper than Soap.
SAPQ L 5 O
removes Stains from Marhle Mantels,
Tables&nd statuary, from Hard-flnished
Walls, aud from China and Porcelain.
3APO L i O
removes Stains and Grease from Car
pets and other woven fabrics.
Tiiereisno one article known that will
<fo so ninny kinds ol'work anil tin it as
well at well as Sajtolio. Try if.
HAND SA POLIO
a new and wonderfully effective !
Toilet Soap, having no equal in this .
country or abroad.
HAND S A P 0 L I 0
as an article for the Bath "reaches
the foundation" of all dirt, opens the
pores and gives a healthy action and
lirililant tint to the skin.
11 - v j_> S A POLIO
Cleanses and Beutttatte BUa,ia
stautly removing any stain or blem
ish from both hands and face.
li.vjsu) S A P () L I Oj
is without a rival in the world for |
curing or preventing roughness and \
•■ling of either hands or face. !
■tU U.-S* -
HAND S A I' 0 I. I <>l
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink |
States .V Grease; f >r workers in Ma
chine mines, ,<re, is Invaluable.
For making the Skin white and soft
and giving it a "bloom of beauty," it
is unsurpassed by any C.sniettc
HAND S A P O I i I O J
costs 1u to IS cents per cake an p i
everviKidv should have It. You will 1
Don't fail to try these Goods.
Buy il of your merchant if he lias it or
wiil procure It for you. It not, rile
for onr I'n tnphlef. "All abo:?t Sajei-fa," !
itixil i< w ill J ' timili-tl Is c .
ENOCH MOKGAN'S SO.VB.
20 Park Place. N. Y.
24 PtaM COW
Before purchasing elsewhere call and
examine the SINGKU MACHINE.
A. 31. Reynolds, Ag. Nt,
ojjicc in cumstcd Block-, Ccu&erspcrt, Pa.
A. H. PEEECE,
Wholesale and Hilail
Oysters by 1 lie Can. Quart. Gallon, Hundred and i
Thousand received daily.
Families. Parties and Festivals supplied on short '
The Trade furnished at reasonable rates.
Give me a trial and I can suit you.
it-i-'i A. H. PEIRCE.
Old Sewing Machines of any make
repaired in a workmanlike manner.
A. M. REYNOLDS. Agent.
(Formerly WOOD A MANN.)
STATIONARY A PORTABLE
The Best and 3lost Complete Assortment
in the -Market.
These Engines have always maintained the vcrv
highest standard of excellence. We make the
manufacture of Engines, Boilers A Saw.Mills a spe
cialty. We have the largest .V most complete works
of the kind lit the country, with machinery speci-
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, i ottou-glus, Threshers and all
classes of manufacturing.
We are now building the celebrated Lane Circu
lar Saw-mill the bi a and nie t complete saw-mill
We make the manufacture of saw-mill outfits a
special feature of our business and can furnish
complete on the shortest notice.
Our aim in all eases Is to furnish the best ma
chinery in the market uud work absolutely une
qualled for beauty of design, economy A strength.
.Send for Circular and Price List.
UTICA STEAM ENGINE CO.
24-43rv..sp I fil l, a .
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, ort'oneord, Elliptic Spring Top and open
Buggies; Sulkies; One-horse Wagons.
Ox and Horse Carts, Sleighs and Cutters will be !
made to order on short notice.
Repairing of all kinds of old work done with neat- ;
nc-ss and durability.
; Horse and Ox Shoeing; Irontng of all kinds of
Wagons, Sleighs and Cutters. Picks, Clevises,
Chains, Hooks, I)rag-teeth, Hinges, Bolts for
Carriager, Plows, etc., and repairing of all i
kinds of Mill Irons aud Farming implements, j
; Painting of ail kinds- of new Wagons, Carriages,
Sleighs and Cutters, and special attention
j paid to the cleaning and painting of oi l work,
i sign and Ornamental Painting done to order with
neatness and dispatch.
! Ail kinds of Carriage, Stage and Coach Tops,
Cushions, Falls, Dashes, Lazy-Backs, shaft
.' Trimming, aud all work in the line of Triin
l niing done in good Style.
Notice is given that I have changed my place of
business from llrookland. Pa., to this place 1
and have built a new Factory—3o x 72 ft.,—in j
which the four brahchcs of business will be ■
carried on, and will be pleased to receive the !
custom of my old patrons.
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.
D i> yrr?'P
I/, in, .toi l L.
R. 11. &00DSELL,
Gsrpsnter and Joir.er,
SOUTH SIDE of the RIVER,
(abovi KAS'I Sired.)
CONTRACTS taken ami materials furnishedfor
all kinds of BUILDING
| PLANING and MATCHING done.— MOULDING of all
SASII, BLINDS and DOORS ou hand or manu
factured to order.
CASH paid for Pine Lumber.
' Your patronage is solicited.
If. H. WOO US ILL.
J. GLASE & SON,
Carpenters & Joiners,
CONTR.\CTS taken for all kinds of BI'ILDING—
and materials furnished.
DOORS, BLINDS ami SASII kept constantly on
hand or manufabtured to order.
CASH paid for PINE LUMBER.
J. GLASE A SON.
The SIXGEII is the best machine for i
; all work. According to sworn returns
there were over 45,000 more sold last
year than any other kind made.
A. M. Kt jnolds, Agent.
1 HAVING arranged my Light so as to obtain all
j so essential to a BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH, 1 re-!
peetfully solicit your patronage.
I make all the leading styles of
Photographs and Ferreotypes,
from a CARD Pivrußa to a T.IFZ-SI/E PORTRAIT '
INDIA I XsT K ,
WATER COLORS or GIL
COPYING of OLD PICTURES ma>le a special
A large Stock of
Walnut, ilo.Sfivootl mul (Dilt
Square and Oval,
OS HAHD A SI) FOR SALE.
AH work guaranteed to give satisfaction.
IU. T. LYNDE
Photograph Gallery, |
SECOND STriEET East of MAIN,
(Dike's I' iil
WISHfiRT'S PIfSE TRF.L
\ Tar Citiial,
NATURE'S ORE AT REMEDY
Throat and Lungs.
It is gratifying to us to Inform the public that
Dr. L. Q. C. Wl.-bart's i'itie Tree Tar Cordial,
for Throat ami Lung diseases, has gained an
; enviable reputation fr ml the Atlantic to the Pa
cific coast, ami from thence to some of lite first
j families of Europe, tioc through the press alone,
j but by persons throughout the state- aetnally ben
-1 eflttcd and cured at his 011 l v. While he publishes
less, so say our reporters, he is unable to supply
the demand. It galas an 1 hob's its reputation-
First: td.t by stopping cough, but by loosening
and assisting nature to throw off the unhealthy
matter collected about the throat and bronchia!
tubes, which causes irritation.
I Sscond: It removes the cause of irritation,
(which produces cough), of the mucous membrane
and bronchial Tubes, as-ists the lungs to nt ami
i throw off the unhealthy secretin: -.ami purities
| Third: It is free from squills, lob ha, ipecac ami
opium, of which most throat ami lung remedies
are composed, which ail.iv cough only, an t disor
ganize the stomach, it has a soot'ring effect on
the stomach, acts on th" liver and kidneys, and
lymphatic and nervous regions, thus reaching to
every part of the system, and in its iuvigoratyig
i and purifying effects it has gained a reputation j
which it must hold above all others In the market.
! - ;
The Pine Tree Tar Cordial,
Great AmericanUlyspcpsia Pills
WORM SUGAR DROPS
: Being under my immediate direction, they shall (
not lose their curative qualities bv the use of cheap
and impure articles.
HENRY R. WISHART,
FREE OF CHARGE.
I Dr. L. Q. C. Wlsharfs Orliice parlors are open ;
on Mondays. Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 a.
m„ to 5 p. m., for consultation by Dr. Win. T. Ma
gee. With him are associated two consulting phv- i
. slcians of acknowledged ability. This opportuni- !
ty is not offered by any other institution in the
All Letters must be ndtlressed to
L. Q. C. WISHART, M. D.,
NO. 232 X. SECOND ST.,
.H is I'IUNTjx;;
OFFICE OF THE
JOURNAL AND NEWS ITEM.
New Singed Sewing Machines ex
| changed for ones of any kind or make,
| by A. M. Reynolds, Ayent.
E. P. NEEDHAM A SON.
ESTABLISHED in ISJ6.
Nos. 143, 145 and 147 EAST 22d St.,
T>?!'o::siVs!c part' <s; ;-,v''-r >r •' it- <eo
tions sti.i unnuppln : \v:'! . rive j>r,■: >,>! atten
tion iirwl liberal L, Uil*.. rc Idi. gat
\ a distance fr<mi our authoi lze7 agent* may on lor
■ il-t. ' 25 1< r2S
FRENCH'S HEW HOTEL.
008. CCRTLAFIOT & KLW CK'JR'.H STS., N. Y.
On the European Plan.
Rn vii d !'. I hk -' 'i, S"U of M'.c late Cl. Rich
' aid Xmck, ui 1 Hot, 1, hM taken this Ho
tel, newly ;ii • 1 a: .1 < .. n oovateo tlu
! same. Centrally !• att 1 l:i tIK 1 indite s part >t
i tin' city. La lies' and Gcutlt rat Dtnlnj Rooms
1 Attached. la 4
In every count. < f each st,.t. . for a new Natiou
jpi 1'.... k.' (IIIH LIVES AND i'O'ni.MTS OK
; THE PKEsIDi N'is., with fac simile copy of The
j Declaration of Independenc , the Comuu'atiun of
| the United States an.l Washing! >n's Farewell Ad
dress, with la tine steel plat, -. 1 -r Circular.- ami
j Terms address .lohusuit Wiis ,V Co., 27 Bet-k
--i ham St., New York. 14
The very best plan
By a It., h you cHi. o- ~iii Lie- I:. -<tr..uv is the
I. v r.ei- ii,;, .. •. sr k i :.:n, l* famishes
the largest sup " t of n :-ura :<-e for a rlv n pup.
I of money. The contract Is plain and definite,
I without complication, mystery or uncertainty.
| The policy is always worth its face, the premium
never increases. It is the most satisfactory and
, economical plan for tl insurant. The Travel
ers iNSfHANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, Conn.,
• grants Life Insurance upon this excellent plan,
i Its security is unquestioned. Apply to any Agent
! or send for Circular. 50r4
Agents war.teo for the New Book.
Epidemic & Contagious Diseases
I with the newest end best treatment fur ail esses,
i T he only te trough wrek >f the kind in the w<rld.
Smallpox, Yellow Fever, Cho
lora, itid ail an .- as- MO 1-AfhlLt SfcKE
tol I niIUT IT, ami al nut it. Has 24 clip,matte il
■ lustrations. The biggest chance-it the season
for agents. A idrcs 11. 5. GOODSPKKD A Co.,
j37 i'a.k Koiv, New ork. 50r4
OOttD AFA Is u AK 4 l it l oit
EYE HIBO NWS OWN iiIVSIUAN.
. by C. V.'. (it.son. '•!. I), S'-ils rapidly. one agent
; sold ;■> in one wei k. Apply at trace to n. N. Mc-
KINNKY A CO., Philadelphia, l a. eor-l
Tty 'ii SALE.—A large body of Timber and Iron
j "re Lan -in i-.le I'. ..nsylvaaia; t- imat
tue'itfio,' iii,OO-i 1, at of -umi iv in ;• oak, white and
yellow pine and h.eu'.h k. "u and near floating
streams, with steam saw-tm 11, boom, etc., on tot
■kip-.j ..•hr.nua. Apply to I*. V, . KliEAi-'Kli. I'ott.s
-vilte, La. 50r4
tlrn Your l!nrne with the new Chronio
•" 1 wake" Hells like wild- ■ .
i ;e j air sent for fit" cents. A large discount to
Agents. Address W. F, CAKP£XTEH, Foxbo o,
M ass. ti 'i 4
ff/ft KK WrKK IN CAN.I. to A golds. Kverv-
Ull.ig fnrni-i .11. ! ex;ien-es
j sura A. COI'LTKIt A Co., Charlotte, Mich, j
The La Croix Medical Dispensary,
t> i AiJLILHKI) IN LvtT,
Is th oldestmost uece -ful institutii • in this
r oiihtry for the treittin "it of < 'conic and Sexual
Dp cases, iur terms of trentiueiii i ail, or aMn >
'•> mail, •• itii Stan :oi of .s. H. hVXsDON,
Wirt 31 MHi-h. i Lane, Albany, X. Y.
5 r- fjc n T nrrrp :i,. K v. ITERS a
A UiiCrt 1 Uf F Ll I Ison,4M B"vvay,N.Y.,
will impose of 1 ' ' I.' ' "IKJANS of rrst
cltisx malccr*. including WATERS', at extremelv
ton prices for cash, or part cash, and balance In
sinall monthly payments. New 7-Octave tirst
elass i'l.'vNyis. all lnodern improvements, fur
*.'75 cash. Organs f:.:,, $75. DOI'BI.K REED
j OUGANS.fUHi; 4-STOI*. sllii; 8-STOP, $ 12.5, and
WATERS' CONCERTO PARLOR ORGANS
: are the most beautiful anil perfect in tone ever
made. The coxckrto STOP is the best erer
placed in any Organ. It is produced hy a third
; set of reeils pecuiiarlt voiced, the El EEC! of
! which Is MOST CHARMING and SOI L STIR
RING, while Its IMITATION of the HUMAN
I VOICE is SI PERIL Terms liberal. I i.i.pstka
ted t'ATAixwii'E M vti Ku fur one stamp. A liberal
• ii- mint to Ministers, Chnrehes. Sonday-Bcbools
Lodgt eh . AQEMTS MA NT ED.
General and Local Agents, for the Bartram
! sewing Machine, tirade at Danhnrv, Conn The
Milled, fastest and easiest Lock-stitch, straight
Needle Marhlne in the market. We give better
terms than any other company.
Address John A. Dodge, Gen'i Agent
47 r4 1 tan bury, Conn.
\ i.l. A 4 I . V OXFA N I S
CREAM TABLE CHOCOLATE
No boiling necessary. A enp of delicious Chueo- '
late made with it in two minutes. No waste '
I'auked in pound jars. Vanilla or plain. < >ne iloz
in box. i'nequaled as a confection for lunch
spread on crackers, with a glass of innK at hatui
to drink. For making Soda Water Svrupor fla
voring lee cream it is superior to any Chocolate
made; and for ( hocolate Cake, nothing else will
be use<l where this has lieen tried. For sale bv
J. T. WARREN .t CO., Cincinnati, O. 47r4
Write fur a Price List to jr. H Johnston,
Great Western Gun Works
No. 179 Smitiifield St., PITTSBURGH, Pa. i
Breech-loading shot-guns, S4O to saoo. Double
shot-guns $• to sls'. single Gun-$3 n. s2u i;rb
ss to $75. i'e veil vers to s&■",. Pistols $1 t<iss. <; tm
Material, I i-hing 'i'ackle. l arge discount to deal
ers or clubs. Army guns. Revolvers, etc., bought
or trad- . for. Goods sent by Express C O I) tu
be examined iiefore paid for. ' ' 4; rJ
Workincr (J 1;lss ! -f ° r femai.e, stm a
J 7 i Cy icLNS week g llaranteert ' R
speetnbie employment ut home, dav or evening
ii" capital required; full Instructions and valuable '
package of goods sent free by mail. Address with i
6j ent return stamp, M. YOUNG A Co :
4 ' T * 173 Greenwich St., ii, y*
No fet-s^i^'^ EN^'S f„°® T AIYLd
.lelphia. Pa. A MS Ninth 1 1
" mug or o:d, make mure mm,,. I
j their spare moments, <,r an the', ' 1
thing else. Particulars f r ,.,. ~" k ]
SON A CO., rortiaud, Maine.' fe ®"> -1
Ih l TYsm ~(
is the nearest approach to a - ~ 1
ered for Dvspejisia, Neura - V ' J
Gravel, Diabetes, Kidnev a
erally. It restores mttsmiiar
to, It cures Liver Complalm , ■ ,1
: I'iles. Constipation, A-:im a i ,
tis. Diseases of the skin. 1 I j
vous Prostration from Mei.t.,';u ' tl
es. It is the Greatest Anti.t t.-. ■ 1
Excessive Eating or Drinking ' 1
stomach, promotes digram- •■ " - I
almost linu.ediate'v. Xohui,.," ' I
out it. For sale by all Drii "1- ' 'J
, t ?T F^ a °. f tf "' s Prlngs ni* I
of the power of wab-r ov- - r -J
1 cures and for test imonia - fr, ; " ' ]
send for pamphlets. WHiT\ n '3
Agents, 227 s. Fg, lit st„ Phi Irtl l ' i
GETTYSBI KO SI'KISU ( O. ' k 1
"— A I
MOM ry ! " h '" :
* outl • - ,
\frec. S. M. Spencer, 117 Hanover st ; t
HOW TIN Ii.Ni:.oni„ M ., r „
Mustache .1 U 1 -- „..
sKci.KT and 100 others. Gamblers'"''-' 1
■ Ventriloqu.stii, in a„ -' '
winders. V. ; . . (! ■
C UTLKK, Carthage, lllitiois. ' ' |
PEERLESS P Ap?
ELEG3HT IN DtSISN. FAULTL?--
,1 AGENTS WANTED. SetMl fori
UoitieMie Sewing; Haeliinp y
f'YOU fiSK! ILLTEIi
the ktw DEPARTURE n
: \GENTS WANTED. E.vrli -., ■ ..!
I The book will sell Itself. Father, ■ 1
: Brother, Minister, Men ha lit, M. ti [ u . • 1
er. Miner, viarinerand Yours.- ,
ii- Money in it. Send for Cir, ~,r
MAN AV, EBI.TER, 50 N. sth p j
We Want an Agerj
Iu t'lis township to canvass fur th* 1.. J
an I lust jvliiiig t'Vok hy Dr. John*. I
The Science of a New j
Recommended ami endorsed bv pr - 1
ters, physi -iai.s. religi, us and set til;, j
other book like it published. $lO pei j
auteel. Address, ( (>\V yV,v 1 , |
BK 139 Eighth .v.. v..
1 The Cheapest Laud in Market for
Union Pacific Railroad
111 the Croat Platte VaUet
3,000,000 nen s in (i ntra 1 Ni :,r
iNow for saje in tracts ~f • .., ,
on five and ten years'credit at n
advain e interest reipured.
Mild and healthful, ni iti. furtiu- s,
dam e of good w ati r.
THE BEST MARKET IN WEST, i
Mining regions of Wyoming. O
f ! Nevada being suj jilieU l,v the 1., i -
. ; Valley.
Soldiers entitled to a Homtslm
THE PEST LOCATIONS FOR COLOKIES
FREE HUMES FOB ALI .Mi
choice Govertuiieiit lands op, n f,,r.
■ Hu:eestead Taw. m-ar this ■; |,„
; ru d markets and all the convi
■ ;-i t ountry.
Frm- pa.-sns t.i purchasers of R, , a
seidioi ,u Maps showing the I. hi i. s.s .<
ti-,T, of D.-s. -pui-, ■ pa-oph ■ '.
inaiicil li ce every wueee. Audi t-ss
43r4 Land Comr. U. P. It It, on„r.
CHEAP FARMS FOR SALE NEAR Cs D,
\ 1J HY GO TO KANSAS OR NEW -d
you can buy as fine farming
sun ever shone on, improved ami s,: -*
from $25 to s4l, an a,-re. ranging 1.
acres, within from 3d to 5u mi - - ' • 1
; one of the finest dairying , : r.i -
Ei\e railroads now ruiii.iiig p
-1 and 4or 5 more being eonstr. - I *
good improved farms for sal- • 1
11!hi-.S address AMns ai.i.m.C
, 4; j4 Crow
rat <■ niork FOR SALE.
A FIKST-CI.AS.; PHt'lf AND I i Kst i;
j Very eligibly situated in Alfegte : .
guod paying business,i.-oO'eod f. J
! modating term-. The own.-r
from active hi -inoss orw pt -
terest to s pei son having gm: r-*>. -r-u
could give it their whole at*
-uityonhis kind to get into a g
I '.aitii rinall capital does not often
tlier particulars address it. E. i.u ■
Hays, ashington \ve., A. -•
T'n T> EST and MOST IMI\.
Fire and Burdar-Pu-'
IP* 1 imr A:.. s-
I'ANY, p',7 PENN " -
, 36j'., l':'i- 1
AVill be (listrilnitcil tosi !■*'
Kit \ N W'<
It is the onh
Montlil}*; l.as IB '! ' r ' I
Every Su'cccriber G:'s a I
Varyiuff from 25 cents in • I
10 of S100; lt uf si"': -s* l "i s I
, lor Organs. £250 each; I* I
Chines,s6oeach; 50 I
s4o each—liesitles iaan> -
smaller ]iremimns. uniy *. I
' year: sent on trial three n I
cents. Semi fur sjitcaiien tu
CAPRON AU I
! 3Bji Box 5. I
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STEVENSON & FOSPF k
STATIONERS, PRINTERS BINDERS. !•' I
AND WIIOI.K* d.K t'EAfrk" . ■
Flat papers, book paper-. ,■ H
heads, , ards. printing it •-; ■
Give us a call. Cor. w
s'2 and s4 Third Ave., Fittswirir.i-
C. C. Hammer &' IB
Manufacturers of Fine ■!
and superior in style and " l .
most or any other Forninire II MB
mountains. . r
Photographs and Price I '* ,-^H
or when in the city don't foig"
; the lasge Oohleu Chair,
4e, JS, aup 60 SE y E> -
| 2436) ly fm