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newspHp'r priiilml 111 Carbon oouiity.oou
sequent,)- it In (he lt. medium for (silver
I if em. Our news oolurnu niwrkle villi
the iioeuireuoest of the tlay-leru, "ukv,
lutereptliiri, bright mid Independent, Our
wlitorfalti nre original nuil will be worth
readiiig 0" aoooutit of their spirit whloh
is Independent of outside dictation. Our
price li one dollar a year. Just you try It.
Is a specialty at our Job Printing ijffliv
In Biiyder's block, Mut side l I lie lhili
Bridge. Rliveloict,,Noteand . eti.r Paper,
l'hanipletn, Order llooke. Vouchors, Tim,
auil allJtliuls of l'lc Nlr, Horse and Sale
Dllli. We do all work neatly, cheaply aud
cleanly. Du yon neetl anytlilug la tint
lluet tlieii rail and see us, or write ua a
postal card and we will be at your service.
"IN DEPENDENT"-"LIVE AND LET LIVE."
Lohighton, Carbon Ooanty, Ponnn. February 18, 1893
$1.00 a Year in Advanc
Just now, ns an imiovntiou,
we are offering our customers u
beautiful book Shepp's Pho
tographs of the World, with
every Forty Dollar Purchase,
We would lilte very much to
explain this t' yotit VVill you
Hed Room Suites, -
Dining Boom Furniture,
Are among the goods we
sell at very low prices.
PROF. ALEXANDER BOODROO
Enron's Miracolons Remedies.
I.lbrrsl Minded IMijsiclsns Endorse Them
As being the flrfstest
Discovery ot the Age,
Fosime cu when used
1 u'rfctTinlflnca toinntruc
Hons, la diseases here
I o lore bu-cjuicu lucur-
ablo. Dlpbtherls, Astli
ma. broDCDtils. catarrh,
congestion ot the ltinin,
ill reun u suuatruKt-,
apoplexy and llniDspar
ft.lly.rd restored to their
natural condition. Snlne
Kin tvtna illasau Tuirorl. tttieii ninllmn
Sciatica, neuralnla,lirlilit'iisense or tn Kid
ueys, liver complaint, dynenter', and so-called
stsrt disease are entirely cored by pure tnedl
ote ot my own preparing.
nUurluit nine years over tCOOtr persons have
bad these medicines and are living witnesses
cl their worth. I will not bo Into practice my.
t,.l. nuas. 1A I'BIM til HO a U.II1 8f.ll 111.-
uetitclnei oniy. I have two eminent idivsiclnns
connnected with me to attend to ciilitmj at the
rtiiaences o. co hq u rrguu cu.
From Vatrlck Uurke,
PHIIDKLI-H tAi A'prll 6, Ull
Professor Boudrou Deaf &lr Allow me to
Sena you 111) SlUCfro uittiit. Tui me H""" tnai
your medicine done tat,! and iou can
publish this letter If you dftpose, for the benefit
ot the sufferers. In which 1 WLW-nUte r Had m
band crushed coupllnctlie .earn aud doctored
lor it, ana was in me nospiiai adouk six weetts,
and my hand became so swollen, and Intlamma
would have lo get m hand anibutatetl to sine
my lite, but 1 was told by one ot.my irlemUto
ko to frot. Bond ton's ofnee, and icet vmu of hit
inedlctne tor It, and that lie knew It would save
mv h m 11I
I went there and Rotthe medicine, and In two
weeks the swelling all wen) don u, and I hiul the
use ot my Angers. Then 1 went t work, and
consider myself well, and earnestly recommend
the remedy to all aBlleled .like me. There It
nothing In the worldlike It to destroy blood
iKdsou, reduce swell! 11 it. annihilate pain, rector
Inie action In the nerve, and clrcnUtlon in -the
binou. mere is nomine 10 conipiirt 10 11.
1703 K. 9th St., i'hlladelphu, 1'n
From Joseph Klrkner.
1718 Nluth Street, ridladelnhia, Vx
Please allow me to add my testimony to your
Mt, llavlnir been suiistruck three times durlnc
twenty years, the last time It was so bad that 1
was bedfast for tour mouths; had the ver best 1
of doctors but was still pmln away, wllhap-l
pe Ite poor, and great pain all oer me. At
tempted to go out, but could not stand the sun,
would often drop down while attempting to walk
thecasewasconslderedavery bud one, it wan
Inclined ta run nn cnncesllon of the brain, wan
then recommended to Prof. Uoudrou's medicine
and I made out to got to hi ofrtee, 172T N. lnth
street, aud 1 Rfit the medicine aud In three
wseks time 1 was able to bo out and tending to
my business, thtmKh one otmv horses died In
Hie meantime from the head, while I stood It.
and am able to attend to Dullness now. Th.inks
to (lod Almlebtr and to Prot., ltomrou'4 medi
cine, which 1 will recommend foreter lo any
poor sufferer as I was, would be pleated to have
any ope call and see me for further Information,
Office and Laboratory open d.ttly tiom 7 a. in.
to m n. in, Oall or write to
17; North TenMirttreet,
dto. 10, -ly. Plilladelpliia, Pa.
Send 2 cent stamp for aluabebo.kx
CORNER SKCOND 4 ALUM Sts.
Want everybody in lleliighton
lo buy at their si tre because
they have not only "an ex
celrVntly asspied line
Dry Goods, Groceries,
but because their prices are-low
er than thesegoods ran be
bought for elsewhere in (own.
We show goods .with pleas
ure, quota prices and deliver
all purchases. Don't forget,
but call and arc us.
KRUM and: KISTLER.
The South F.nd Jen eler.
DO YOU WANT
HrnfMiis. Snrf Pin. fltnnVc
Watch Cham's. Necklaces,
Hold rencils, Hir ltin.
Kings, Bracelets, 'Silverware.
ftocieiy r.moiems, iratcn
Tim rtD buy mem and mint ranre al iw ,
1'ouular Hutl ou Uaukaay.
m ill III branehei earWullv llw4nl lo al
THE SOl Tn EKD JEWLER.
New Bee Hive,
Aftpr Holiday ait
Belore Stock 'Mini
Anything that we hate In any ot the depart
meats will be sold at sscrlUcluK pi ices before
He take our
If you want to (HI a room
don't neglect and take advan
tage ol tins sale.
Don't buy n
till jou have seen our stjles and prices nil fit
RI1U UCIOW COSI.
DreMdoods, Hllks, Xotlnns MuhUih, Cfni:-
nains, iirKinn.vve., cer
ter)thliiK at prices thai
w 111 astonish you, at
Comer 8th and llanillton Sts.
Hose's Old Slainl.
H'c handle all the Daily and
Weekly Newspapers, l'eriodi
cals,Magnzines( Fashion Hooks
and i'tory Papers, and we
Deliver them promptly at your
store, residence or office. Do
you get a papr i If not please
try us. Besides the news bureau
we have a line assortment of
Cigars. Tobacco. Confectionery.
Fniits. Ms. Toys and Fancy GooiSt
At the very Lowest Canh Price, lly
fair and honest methods and a close
attention to business we hope to
merit your patronage, so we kindly
ask for a trial, Please call.
T. J. BHETNEY,
Mono's Old Stand, - - Kirst Street.
From Cheap lllanka In Fine Gilt aud
Pressed Paper,. Also, Frits anil ImrsIu).
with llaiuUoiiio Ficizes. "
PICTURE KOD ND COVE.
read) to bang, or put up4.o order.
Paint, Oil, Varnish,
Glass, UriiN's. Palntlni; and Paper
llaiifing, hy rouiietilenl 'aorkiueu In an
pari of the emiuty
Hoolvs,; Stationery und Fnne)
Goods, always n large etoek nt
111 Droadway, Mauch Chunk.
MEDICINES, g'-nuino and best
SOAPS, large line and cheap.
WINES,"00! for medicinal use
CIGARS, fx ''t nmh'.
SrECTACLES. an extensive
nnd increasing trade. 1 guar
antee satisfaction tn eery
t)(Nit,nl Drug Stores
Dr. G. T. HORN.
Oishki,, the Leading Jhoto-
(lahinet -SiotoKriiphs & Larger
Sizes, Vhhvb of ltesideuei'S
in ton and county at the very
NORTH Y I HUT HTHKliT,
whre alao oau fouud a
Flu Uue of F1u OruokrW,
FrulU. CKudlw. lirwu Vw
tt,lM lu huou, 4i., at tbe vry
ucM iTinm rruoirt altau- i
tlou MD(1 good good.
83T8ALL AND SEE US. i
PralOEall BnsinBss Cards
W. M Rapsher,
ATTORNEY asd COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Find door above the Mansion House,
UmAUOII CHUNK, TEKN'A.
Ileal Batata and (Collection Agency. Will liny
I olleH ions
l It pal ltate. Ooiiveyanclneneallydone.
ini promptly made. Hettllng Estates of
ids a siwsrlalty. May be cor suited in
KnirlUli And (lerrttan
DR. G. T. FOX,
172 MMtfStrPct, Bath. Pa.
KT ltMHltt,llROAlWA ItOt'nr, MONHAV8.
AT K4HTOK. SWAN HorF.U, TVRBUATS.
AT llKTtl LKII KM, ViK"i IlOTFU WbD.N Ktt A
AT AU-FN'TOWN, tlHAM' f'KNTHAI ,T1irnA I
t II at ii. I'ltnm sn HATi'Hni.
Office Hiiirn -Prom a. m. to 4 p. m. I'rartlei' ,
linlthdto dNeae f the
nrAlaO, HetmetlouoftheKye ortheadjmt
meifl ol g'nw.
F. I." SMim 0. D. S.J
otlee oipoitethp Opera Houw
Hank Street, Lei ton, F'a.
IJKNTISTUY IN ALL tTH HRANCIIKH.
KIHlnft and makhtfr artlticlal dentures a Kpeclal
ty. Local unesthetlcs used,
lias Hdmliilsteied and Teeth Pxtracted WITH
IH KICK 110UKH: From 8 . m.,to 12 in., from
1 p. m., to a p. in., ftoui 7 ;. m., to ft p. m.
Consultation in FiinlNhor Oernmn
Ofllee Hour at llarlrtoii- Kverv tSaturdr.v.
liitANfii OrriCK : Oter J. W Haudenbnsh
BANK STREET, LEHIQHTON.
MkntUt i-v In nil Ira liratinlia. Tnclli 1t h'inln.1
AithoutPalu. Uasiut ministered when requested.
Office pAys-VKl)Ni:si)AVof each week.
P O, adores. LLENT0VN, ,
THE CARBON HOUSE,
Henry Drumbore, Prop'r,
FIRST HTREET, LEHIQHTON, PENN'A
The Cni bon Houti 1m been renovated and
lilbrmtMl llirntiifliant: It I fhlrli hi'httxl mt
well wiitll.itt'd.und ItamoiiK the liest Hoteh In
MiN section of the state. Tho patromiee of the
public is Knlicited. liest accommodation fur
periiianent and translrnt custom. Charge ter
llindi-ritte. KIiip l.ltiiiurt.Ki-pli llrnniT Tnrti-
and ( 1(hh ClKJirs, for Kile at the Kir.
june le, Wi-A.;
The Lending; Itestauraut Ih the Lehigh
I.ION llAI.I, ItUILOINd,
Cenneinnr. ALLl'TO VN,
OlIAS. A HOV31AN,l'rop,
This l'oiul.ir ltestaiii ant has bfn tliorniiirhli
etltted and iefurnUhed,andtheF(neralarioni
modal Ion iiru of n xnnerlor und tnvlilnirrliAritfi.
tcr. All the delicacies ot the seiwnn served al
muoeraie rates, uie oar is supplied with none
but the best luaitds ot Wines, Liquors, Al".
Ladles IXiiInK Itwoiii In the Hear.
Livertaml Exchange Stables.
Kasy rltlltiK c.irrlanes and sale drlvlnx horses
! aeco iiiuiodatlons to aentsdvlere..rt
Mall and telegraph orders promptly attended to
CUe niH a trial. niay2l-b
(luaranteed full Length,
The very Lest Shingle in the Market,
RICKERT & SNYDER,
FOR SALE IN WEISSrORT BT
J. K. RICKERT,
All Kinds of Building Lumber
i-'reilil, Emm and Parcels
John F. Hottenstein.
Careful attention paid lo tLe Dellverv of
Freight, Uaxcage anil Parcels to all part,
uf town at the lowest piles. A share of
puouc pationage is respectfully solicited.
KffI.eave orders at Seems. Koch's
Hower lltilldlue opposite Post Orllce,
ll'ork . tiken In every day of the weel
ami promptly altemletl lo.
Family Washing done at very reasonable
r'irstSlreW, Ihlshton, you will alwats Had
BREAD AND CAKES.
Ilye, Wheat and Vienna Bread
Flesh Eiery Hay. Our Vienna Ilieaa oatmot
ue eteellnl. We reaieetrully sollill ) t.nr patrun
ue, Wateliltirllie Waacii.
Seidel's Vienna Hakery,
l)P. Ol)f rt's, I'lllST tl.. LEI1IIII110N. PA
Tlie underiaiid haiiun ueen re.urelili
Iwallh by sliiiul. mean.. a(t.r suHenna funMo,
eral rear, with a eveic luua aKei lliiii, ami eel
I read JImmw Ouu.uiiiiitlou, la aiikleu. lu maL
kuuMU hi al, 1.UUM sulierers the meau. oteuriM
rnllHMeli dwlrell, lie a 111 i heeiliillj .,i
''I?'.0'.''"'.1 "SMV "I Hie lirei.rllkiiiie.l.
wlllell luey alltauil aaure em e tor Coiliiiimi
IUmi, A.iluti., llrniiililtl. aua all llinul ami
iang Mnla.ll... HelHMWH sUI MlBereni ll t
Ills reuieilk u II I. Invaluable. Tllnse desirlni:
tile ir'Mllulluu. uluell Mill uo.1 tbelil uutlllha.
and lua .n.,e a bleulna, Kill .eae a.Ule.l,
Kev. bltiiAltll A. UII.MIN', lliooklyn,
New York. arr. 2S, li2-7y.
11LAA1N(J - HILL.
MAMIKACTUIIKII Of I
Window and Dook Fkaues,
, Mouldings, Brackets
ANII DKALKK IN
ill KMs of Drmeti Lnmber
IUuwk humlr, &e.,&c.
Wry Lowest Prices.
, .... ...
g,ale bills printed chap.
TRUTHS FOR THE SICK.
tor tliti- dt nthh
1.000 will e rsld
roraca "o where Hrt-
riitin IJITTKKS will
it will euro von.
FT? itn Km MiitiiT witii
Clennpe the vitiated
It will euro you.
doojLjtlion you net
ts Imfflirltlen burst
na throiifrh the skin
n Pimples, 11 lot -bes
ind Sores. Itelv on
t HiiTMtlti'j u limn
ctosclr confined In
the mills and work
j-TLritrn BirrEns tn
inil lien 1th trill fn f
not procure snfflrlcni
exercise, and all who
are conflned Indoors.
tnoilld Use Ht'LTIltlR
win cure uvercom
'inmt, iont Pedis
'ourared: It will cure
not ihcu be weak and!
ir tit ! urn u-iBii
to suffer tram Rheum
vrlll build you up nntl I I
rmke you strong and III
ntlflm, use a bottle oil
SCLTnUR lIITTERfl ;
It never fnllo tn rure
llnti t Iwn Itliiint al
bottle. Try It 1 youi
llll IllllaCIUUr IllUOUm
pure, rich and strong, Ed
W III lll'fc ITM III IU
.inn jour ufni imru.
Indies In dehuutr
health, who are all
run down, stionld nsr
lrv SULPiirii Hit III
rKltS to-nlrht. nndl l
ivuu win Biwp wen
inn ipyi Twirrr writ.
l)n von want the leit SiniltRnl Work nnhliahoH
Pend 8 S-cent stamps to A. P. ORIiW'AT A Co
Itoeton, Mass., and receive a copy, free.
For Connty SnpcrintcniientofPiiMicScncol
H. G. KIDD,
Principal of Packerton Schools,
a graduate of Wegt Chester
Normal School, with thirteen
years' experience in teaching.
The nnderslKned will bo a 'candidate
for Supervisor of MalioniuK Township,
at the KprluK election,
tf. SAMUHL KVEHT.
In Great Variety at
opular Store, Hank Street.
Roofing and Spouting a-apecia!
ty. Stove repairs furnished
on abort notice
DO YOU WEAR PANTS?
If you do, you want a good
' fit, Latest Style and First.
Leave your order with Frey',
DO YOU WEAR A COAT?
, Yon u ant a perfect lit. You
want good Goods. You want
a well made and stylish look
Leave your order with Frey
For the present we will carry
a full line of samples of season
able goods Irom which you can
seleet. Our prices will be the
very lowest and in all cases we
ft., 11 r,nAvnninn MilXnilnn TIT
fc.u.ia.. uuiu... L
solicit your patronage.
H. L. FREY,
Op. the Itound Houia,
North llrst Street.
In Hie matter of the Hitate i In the Orphans'
of Jtobert A. Henry, late of Oourt of Carbon
iower lowameiisutg rwp., i county, i'a., April
Carbon Uo.. I'a,. deceased. J Term. 1S91.
The linderalinied AudlUir unDnhitM tiv
Court to itass mon the excepftmn Hied to the
Administrator's Account of the abuve Estate, to
retaie the aonount it iiocesftArv. ami niAkn J I
tilbutkm uf the lunds in the hands of J, c
Kreunier, the administrator, will meet all
parties liereMHl, tor the purpose ol hU ap-
itolntineiit, at his ofllre lu the County Hulldtnirs,
In Hie liorougli of Mauch Chunk, on Saturday,
the lllh day of March, A. I). ISM, at 10 o'clock.
a. nu where aud when all parti lnteieted are
required to aipar aud pi eaent their claliat, or
be foreer detiarrert from couitnir In on said
fund. J.S. FIMIKU, Auditor.
Feb. Tth. 1-W 4w
WM. O. TALPEY.
Wt win oivk $500.00 TO TIIR
Makvfacturkr or any Srsafa-
KILLA THAT CAN SHOW bl'CH A Ct'KE.
Which onk wili try We wait
IUNA 8 IHaAPAHILLA Co.,
tituUtttM: I have had Uie Oi.
Tlllltll loroterUnyaaraasbadl) t
Tlir au; loan ooukl hat. It. All
I al C theM earal wastroubledwllh
lYSri:i'M V, as muck ao I had I.. Ie
tery ivreful nuat I eat.
Iu addllioa lu the above, five year, ago
I bad a Sr.VIIIti: NUNNTIIOHB.
I reml aboul DANA'S 8AIt AeAItlle
LA, awl ile r Bkl P tenuluej to try
il. After tVl VaJ Ukiaa three.
botllM ut HAN AS SAlmATAllILLA
I lll'lJt'.Ti:i,Y CI IIKII ol
birth the O.VT IK II 1 1 and UVNI'KI'
Nl 1. aad all the uwtioa erferta of my
I am 74 jean 1 A f- oW. aad
sow aiu a wrll I r1r I mail
aeuln. 1 bearrlly raoouuiead DAN.V'K
SAMS.VPAHII.LA lo aay prwa sufer
tng a. 1 Uae laeu. Reapectfuu. .
IIalui ru , Mr.. July . HI.
t ean beartllv ' rti b for Uie sibfcolute
Irutll.'l llit-abmt tet 0W mBMM
I lluwulal UUKCO
" NEI. MTVIX MerebanU
a I sviasariiia c. sxut Msiaa,
Historic Notes Apropos to the
Coming Event of March 4.
NINETEEN PRESIDENTS ELECTED.
fifteen Were InaiiKiirated on March 4,
Two on March S and One on April SO.
tloii OmpHrlxm with Other Countries.
How Mareh 4 Came to lis Selected rr
Innnitiiiatlon Day Curious and Intpr
ettlns; Tacts Connected with the Occasion.
ICnpjllkfht. lt3, by American lre A mod a
tlon.l Thern Is an old Htoryto tlm clTect that
ilenjiimtn Franklin wlM'tn (be 4th of
March for inaiisiiMitfondrty beuane tu the
next two oenturle It would
fall on Sunday less often
than any other day In the
year, and this Ktatetnenthas
crept into a few worlvii uieaut
to be historical. It Is, how
ever, but one of the manv
cases, like those of Klohe
aud loot's vdfe. In whleh r
Washington. n.n,H!.nhle nnd luteretlriK
fact hn nmduallr give n ri to n legend to
account for Ihe fjid It is aplpnnp; story,
hut there Is uo proof of H whatever, and
there Is almost concluie proof to the" con
trary It Is certain that franklin bothered him
self very tittle niton t the dittliution lie
tween sacred and mx-ulir days, mid disre
garded It ftlUwtlier lu his
daily life; that thu conven
tion of 177 did not fix the
day, ami In fact could have
no means of foreseehiK when
It would be iolbU' to name
a day, and that when it be
came possible by the ad
hesion of the ninth state to
the constitution the Con- J0,,N ADAMS,
federation conre-ii then In wslon fixeii
the day by a oil of accident And yet It
la a fact, and aery curious fact indeed,
that the dty doea very rarely fall ou Sun
day, though at firt,t view It would seem
that tliit d-iy or any other day would doao
oae time In seven.
Tho first day set was Wednesday, and
the year 1W0 and 1100 art1, contrary to the
four year rule, not. leap years. The first-day
. w WH eleven years before
rWx theclneof the century, and
I i thn it Iia ikbiiUmI that tt.
-W. ' iHiien on runuay
-jf nut three times in the tlm
Tfv -T9-I ItKnlnwl -UH n .,,1 ,lll
TiwU apnln fall on Bunday till
1IM7. Thereafter It will so
fall only In IMS and 1073 In
the next century, the reault
being such a conjunction
only six times In the flrat two centuries of
the government's existence, or once In
thirty-three Instead of once in seven eara
Hat little lesELcurious was the result of
the meetlns of the first congress in tts-j.
As alx congresses convened In tho last cen
tury and the feventh lu ISO I it results that
the calculation an to the number of any
congress turns on the alleged ''unlucky
nuinherH-i-J8. Thus, todetermlne the num
ber of any congress, add thirteen to the
year It first convened aud divide by two
the quotient Is the nuuilwrof tho congress.
Conversely, double the number of any con
gress and s (abstract thirteen, and the re
mainder will be the year It convened.
Ninety-one and thirteen are 104, the half of
which is flfty-two the number of the pres
ent congress. For the next "century add
113, and bo on.
Though we have had twenty-three presi
dents, but nineteen were formally Inaugu
rated, and but hi x teen of thene on the 4th
of March, If the iin,t time
only be counteil, for W ash
ington took the oath the fj)7e.
layior ana iiaes were
inaugurated on Mouday,
of Monroe's htcond Inaugu-
ration, but bis nrst was ou
the regular day. The sec- madisox.
ond Adams, Pierce and Garfield were In
augurated on Friday Five Inaugurations
have been on Monday and five on Wednes
day, and the coming one will make five on
Saturday, no other day in the week having
had more than three.
It Is also a curious fact that, though the
government 's 104 years old and we have
bad twenty-three presidents, there were
but eight In the first half of
the period to fifteen In tho
second half, and a man who
Is today hut half as old as
the government has lived la
the administrations of two
thirds of the presidents,
Tims from 1739 to 1837 the
a v e rage o f a prcsi d cnt' s serv
ice was st x years eight
- months and seventeen days and n fraction.
while since the latter year the average has
been but tbrev years and six months, and
this despite the fact that two of the late
presidents were re-elected. Deduct the
night years of Grant, and the average of the
others really appears alarmlugly short,
TnesborteAtwrvlcewastbatof W . II. Har
rison one mouth and the longest that of
Grant, who held the office eight years and
a day, unless indeed we
adopt the facetious angges-
tionortne Dig that Jack-
ion really governed during
the "comliiHi administra
tion of Van Huren." It is
also worth noting that of
toe eight preetueuts re-elect
ed Jackson, Lincoln and
Grant were the onlr ones
whose seumd Inaugurations J. Q. ADAMs.
were celebrated with much dipUy, though
it is certain that Cleveland's will soon fur
nish a fou rtli uise, and a notable oue. In
truth, there are many things In the latter's
career which might jiutlfy a llttla auer
stltlon In hU catw. No other American,
save pOMiibly Washington and Jackson, has
bad such au extraordinary personal tri
The selection of March 4 was, as afore
laid, prolmhl. abort of accident. On the
M of July, 17&S, the president of the Con
federutlou congress, then in besaion at New
York, notlfieil that body that New Hamp
shire had ratified the constitution on the
31st of June preceding, and as It was the
ninth state to do so that Instrument was
dow by Its own tenns to become the su
preme law After prolonged debate con
gress on the 13th of September, U$A, passed,
Hvaoh cd. That the flrt Wednesday of Jaau
ry nuil ilTM) bo the dy for apituintlng elect
in to the heteral Males which before the tald
I tlay slisll hate ralilled the atd oorutltutlun;
I mat the ftrt We4nday In iVbrosry rxxtbs
Ihtt day for the tdx-tor to SMeuble la their re-
ptK:Ll,e iaU-i aa4 vote for president, and that
tUa Qnt WenaUy In II arch bo tlktt tlms
and tLw piMat Muit of toosrcM tb plse tor
entrtUM'nelttg poceedlnKt under the said con-
From this tt will be seen that there was
exactly a mouth's tlinti betweeu mch of tha
three very utwDttal acts of appointing elect-
ors assembling the w
ors In their rmjecHve states
awl "oonimncing pro
ceedings.1' As a tnatter of
fact, the first Wednesday in
March, 17eV, fell on the 41 h,
ana tare yearn later that v
tlA u,w1to1 .. all j
time. Out there Is uotblug
txtaut to liKlicate any pe
dal rwwm for it. In truth, JAcgaos,
U is at almost the woit season toat could
have lieen seleied. and astba matter Is en
tirely within thediMcretlon of congress, and
Washington was inaugurated thefirsttlme
on April i he aigumwit for a change to
that date is strong.
Eery ruadi-r has had enough on the first
luuiigu ration of Watdiiuutou. Sufui it to
rtpcttU i lit t bti Uy a An, t hat Chaicel-
lor ItobeH It. Uvlugstoo,
of tw Yorl. aliuluiurel
tbaualh in ths pnwtwis of
sows 40,01(0 people, aud that
tb cwtenalal cMratioa
of that stent In New York
city In ISt was a really
w uuderful suoosss, o whkth
VAN BURS ucuwlon there wers more
peupl iu the dty t ban at any other time in
Iu hlatury It was positively the only
time, said tbe oldest ittbabtUmML when'
I "ths city onmd wna eoms4ily ever
1 whslmsd and lost Id the country crowd."
I Ilia second liiaujtunstloti. Is rUA4slpliU,
I Monday. March 4, I7W, nrnUd an al-
oujat ludicrous contrast lis took tbe oath
' ut ths seuats otuuiibor tn the pressaos of
I both houM of cougreas and mads a brlsf
address, and If anything unusual occurred
ths Journals of ths day failed tu aasatlon it
Kflt m. iha iTiiwrumtoB tat Jlfsha
ams onftaturiTay, S&Irch 4, IHn a particu
larly Imprcwive alTalr. Thomas JetTervm
took the oatn as vice presi
dent in the senate chamber,
pronounced a high compli
ment on Mr. Adams, who
had Just vacated the chair,
and then led the way to the
chamber of the house.where
the Inauguration took place.
Almoat cverr witness who
has given any account of It w.ii.UARniaoT
says that all eyes were directed to Wash
ington, and as Jefferson stood on the other
side, a rather tall and commanding figure,
ths new provident really seemed overshad
owed. He spoke at some length, eulogized
Washington very highly, denied quite em
phatically that lis favored a stronger gor
eminent than that ordained In theconstl
tuilonand pronounced the oath after the
thief justice of the United States.
Adams is distinguished In our hltory for
many taints, and one Is, unfortunately, for
being the first preshlentwho refused topar
T7T t!olpte lu the Inauguration
of his successor. Itwnsln
, Wi "A dewl 14 v"y trying occasion
7 f,,r him- Th ,114T been
ffyLf some heatnl campaigns
WX' fdnce, Rut uono In which pi
ihfU!tft 'aoual animosities phi) t'd so
? fi greatapartasinlHOO.Nown
Polk. laJ partidam calleach oth
er "relel" "traitors" and
"enemies of American lndnstry," "thieTes"
and mnnnpollats" or"cranl;(.ftnd'Adnl
lnmltes," but It is chiefly Pickwickian. In
1800 they really believed It. So when Jef
ferson was elected by tho hoime on the
thirty-sixth Iwllot and after a de-perate
struggle a deep groan ran through the Fed
eralist party, and Adams left Washington
early iu the motnlng of Martb 4, 1801, This
had example was followed by his son In
1829 and by Johnson in 18011.
It Is ruther singular there should bar
been ao much dispute almut the facts of
Jefferson's inangumtlon. It Is clearly
provolthirt he Intruded to go in the usual
state, with a carriage and six hones, but
the carriage ordered was not completed In
time, Adams refined the courtesy, as afore
said, and so -lefferMin, the attendant mar
shal and a few others made the little trip
on horseback His second inauguration had
more style about it. On Saturday, March 4,
1609, Madison took the oath in tha hall of
the home, and the only fact about H which
excited much con unci it was that he was
"clad in a suit of elegant black clolh en
tirely of American manufacture."
The next four inaugurations were con
ventional In the extreme. That of 1831 was
on Monday, March 5, as then, for tbe'flrst
time, me regular ttay fell on
Sunday John Quincy Ad
ams revived much of the
old and solemn ceremonial,
but with him It ended, as
the country had now out
grown KnglUh and colonial
forms. And as a great break
followed, thin fa the Droner
place to give a list of the president rean
larly inaugurated, with date of birth. In
auguration aud death, aud to note the In
terregnums filled by via prfkideuts:
Oeonce Washington Feb. 22, 1132; April 80.
1789; March 4, ITUd; Dec. Ji, ITlM.
John Adahis-Ott. 19, 1736; Mareh 4, 1797; July ;
Thomas Jefferson April s, 178; Msrch 4.
1801; 1803; Julv 4, 1331.
James Madison March 16, 1731; Msrch 4,
18UB; 1813; June 8, 1KH.
Jatncs Monroe April 3S, 1T-V; March 4, 1S1T;
March 6, ltcfl; July 4, 18.11.
John Qulucy Adams July II, 17(17; Msrch 4,
UC3; Feb. 33,
Andrew JacVson March 15, 1707; March 4,
1829; 11; June 8, 1813.
Martin Van Huren - Oit. A, March 4,
1837; July K4, ISiU.
William Henry IlarriMii-Fek 0, 17T3 March
4,1841; April 4, 1841.
John Tyler Interregnum.
James Knox I'olk-Xor.S, 1703; March 4, IS 15;
Jane 15, 1849.
Zacbsry Taylor-Sept. 24, 1784; Msrch 5, Ufa,
Millard Fillmore Interregnum.
Franklin Herce-Nov. S3, law; March 4, 1853;
Oct. 8, 1W.
James Buchanan April 13, 1791; March 4, 1S57;
June 1, lsan.
Abraham Llncoln-Feb. 12, 180U; March 4, 1861;
1803; April 15, ItAV
Andrew Johnson Interrennuin.
UlyBses Simpson Orant April 27. IS22-. March
tTlSuy, IfTi: July 23, MKl.
Rutherford 111 re U id Hayes-Oct 14, 1822;
March 6, 1677; Jan. 17, 1803.
James Abram (larlleld Nov. 19, 1831; March
4, 18H1; Bept. 19, ml.
Cheter Alan Arthur Interregnum.
Orocr Cleieland-March 18,1837: March 4,
1885, and to le In.uiguralcd again just eight
years later, the first coae of tho kind lu our his
tory. Benjamin Usrrlon-Atuf. at, 1833; March 4,
lfr. After March 4 nuxl he will t the only
living ex-president, a hN siiccev.r and prede
cessor now Is.
The fact that three piVMideiits dll on In
dependence Pay i1ndeed extraordinary. As
but twenty-one have died the chances of
one s death on that day are
not quite hh one lu eighteen,
of two Mill fewer, and of
three not one in hundreds.
Ilut that two should die on
the same d.iy and a third
hut lite emt later, and the
two higneiHof the Declara
tion, the ill uncus are so r
FlkliCK mole as to he scarcely calcu
lable. Vet it hapiienud. Vice President
Ilamllii alto dietl on that day. Nearly all
the pifstdenls bnie lis oil to an alvancel
age, ai It w.u nntunil tbey nlioiild be men
of great vitality ami temperute liven to at
tain the honor. John Adamhwu the old
ert, lacking but a few weeks of ninety-one,
while, omitting Uiuoln.KIMeilat fifty-four,
and (in Hi eld, klllwl wilhiu a few weeks of
fifty, the )nungest dying whs Folk at fifty
four. Another curious fact Is that, including
the presidents of tha senate w ho succeeded
to the functions of the office, there hare
boen more vice presidents than presidents
to wit, thirty-four, though Clinton, Tomp
kins, Calhoun and King each served In two
From Adams the father to Adams tile
son, as aforesaid, the Inaugurations were
mild affairs, but Jaikstai cams In with a
breeze, and the occasion was indeed breezy.
He et the example of taking the oath on
and delivering the Inaugural from the east
front of the Capitol, and thru, maktug all
reasoiiahledtxlurtion for the mrtin pit
of those who dewribed It, the Mvne which
followed did Indotd "Uygar description,"
The largest crord seen in Wahtngton
down- to that time wattn attendance, and
the mud was, in southwestern phrase, half
bootleg deep," ou I'eunsylvauU avenue.
Through that mud the crowd rushed to
the White House, where all ths drrs were
thrown open and punch t-erved out In bar
rels, buckets, tiUM and even,
so the opposition said, wah
basins. Every room tn tlie
house was crowded, and men
with heavy and muddy lmota
stood on the Ituest chairs
and sofas to see what v as
going on in front, ijimps
and furniture were broken,
and punch ap-illsd till the
house was a wreck. Soon
after there was a levee at which achee
Welching 1.400 pounds (a prvsett to Jack
son) was cut up and senm. The struggle
for pieces resulted In a smash of furniture;
liquor was spilled and cheese trodden Into
the carpet, while ladies uem uaimy nana
kerchiefs to their noses and foreign diplo
mats looked on in uuditfui-d horror.
Daniel Weltsterfcald the pisoe hioked like
a republican palace taken by siege and
sacked by the victorious enemy, but Hen-
ton, tell x Grundy and men
uf that class thought it just
as well to "let t he toys hare
thflr way ouoe In four
years." It was the lat scene
A ""rasr nf the sort, though Jack-
,A Jtek sou's second Inauguration
fjf alMattrscte4a Isrgecrowd.
' x K Tbe next iuatigurationoi
LiNcoLK, van Huren in ls87-was a
comparatively tame affair, but In 141 the
Whigs honored Harrison with a grand ml
ly. Thence to Lincoln each Inauguration
was muh like lu prdiMor, aud none
presented feature of unusual Interest. Tbe
orowds. bowevsr, enntluued to iucrea.
and the proowsiion which followed Huehan-
an raaebed nearly irom isc t- apuoi io im
This was tbe end of ths old regime. Ut
ile aa the great wen of the da suspect sl
It, the old repubUe was, practically, soon to
pass away, anu be repiod
br one of vastly I nor eased
' aud ceotralbusl powers. la
i all the great speeches and
state papers down to ls4l
ooe find4 tbe fsderal union
' r4terred to iiidiiTsreatly as
toe Unloa or tbe oonteder-
aoy. Thus lesldent IHsroe
Id hU toaugural said, l'ha
1 security and repose of this oiu
otmfedi-racy forbid bjterfersnrs or colonisa
tion by any foreign power " And i'rW
dents Bucbauaa In his said, "Let every
whtch would result rrom mtmnwn toTery
portion of the oonfederscy." What a storm
snrh use of that word would now raise 1
The impending change was Indicated on
Match 4, 1801, by tho first military display
of real consequence at an Inauguration.
ibere were shurpsbooters
on the housetops along the
avenue as Mr. Buchanan
and Mr. Lincoln rode slowly
id the Capitol; there were
squads of cavalry to guard
tbe street croflslnga, and
squads of Infantry along
the route; there were trusty
nnwufn at me npper win
dows of the Capitol and artillery to the
right of th east front, commanding the
crowd to which the new president spoke.
It was a sad presage. General Scott w
savagely critlcUed for these arrangements,
um Buosequent evenia ju stilled nun,
Since that date the military has formed
an Important part of every Inauguration,
and at (1 rant's necond Induction, March 4,
I6T3, the display wm such as
to excite the admiration of
foreigners accustomed to the
finest exhibits of 1-midnn,
Paris ami Herlln. Hut It was
fatal to some of the partici
pants and to many specta
tors. The day has a bad pre
eminence as the most inclem
ent of any inauguration day QsitriELn.
in our history. From dawn till d'srk a
northwest wind so keen and cold that It
seemed to chill eten (be bones blew with
out an tinttant's cessation. Scores of sol
dlers and sailors who had to stand long In
place were prostrated In con sequence, while
spectators miffered so lunch that the aver
age mortality of the city for a shoTt time
after ts said to have been notably tnereaved.
Far otherwise was it at the inauguration
of Cleveland, on which occasion by far toe
greatest crowd ever seen tjp?re was assem-
Obled In Wanhtngtou. Cor
respondents celebrated ths
occasion In many hundred
V columns. Citizens of Wash
ington still tell with glee
how the visitors sut the
V mfiut through nn chairs, on
t benches In the parks and on
.,,, ths atepi or public build-CLEVKLAM,-'tug.
a. the weather wa
flueandall UiehotelsoverciowdM.aud rail
roajl managers tell with pardonable pride
how they got the hu mired s of thousands to
their homes In fairly good seaxon. Hut all
these and other Incidents of recent Inau
gurations ai - still fresh 1n the public mind.
In concltii on, a few comparison are jus
tifiable. We have had twenty-three presi
dents lu 104 years, while Home had, dis
carding minor contestants,
sixty-four emperors In 503
years, and Great llritaln has
had, beginning with Wil
liam the Conqueror, thirty
five sovereigns tn bM years.
Of presidents In Mexico,
Ilayti and South America,
It would be idle to make an
estimate. Vet two of our li. Harrison.
presidents have becu assassinated, and an
other, Jatkwjn, only escaped that fate by
an accident which apparently would not
happen one time In a thousand. Another
escaped Impeachment by hut one vote. On
the whole, though we may justly claim an
improvement ovtr the dark pant, jet there
U nothing to make us boa it. Our govern
ment Is by no means exempt from the evils
Milch aRlict other nations.
J. M. HfcAhLK.
Women and Doers, Eta.
In the late Montagu Williams book,
Around London," there is a striking
testimony to tho truth of an old saying
concerning women. "If anyone, said
Mr. William., "has doubts as to the
brutalities practiced on women by mn,
let htm vWt the London hospital on a
Sarurd.ijr nK'ht. Very terrible rights
wiu meet his eyo. Sometime na many
aa twelve or fourteen women may be
seen seated in tin rweirinff mom wait
ing for their bruised and bleeding faces
and bodies to be attended to. In nine
cases out of ten the injuries hare been
Inflicted by brutal husbands. Thennrsea
tell me, however, that any remarks they
may make reflectiug on the aggressors
are received ith great indignation by
the wretched fruiterers. They positively
will not hear a single word against the
' 'Sometimes, said a nurse to me,
when I hare told a wnimiu that her hus
band Is a brute, she has drawn herelf
np and replied: 'You mind yuur own
bu&inetja, miss. We find the rates and
taxes, and the likes of you are paid out
of 'em to wait on us.1 "
lecturliis; tu Itujal Children.
Of the fimt lesion given to tha niyal
children Mr. Uart aaya that when the
professor (Hlr Richard Owen) first ar
rived at Windsor castle ho inquired
where lie ahonld hang np his diagrams,
as these lectures were to be given in the
white drawing room, the walls ol wliich
were covered with white satin. The an
swer was that he was to do ezactlr aa he
pleased. The gentleman iu waiting was
therefore of opinion that he should pin
the drawings upon the wfiite satin hang
ings, but this the professor declined to
do, and thereupon requested to lie led to
the lanndrr of the caatle, to the blank
amaiement of the official, When he ar
rived there he picked out the largest
clotheehorse he conld find, and, having
procured some green baize, rigged up an
impromptu stand, which showed off his
diagrams to the best advantage, Lon
T.opl. Who th'. T.l.phuu..
"Philadelphia," said Dr. Plush, of the
Dell company, "runs higher than any
other city iu the number of its telephone
calls. The service is increasing with
eath year, and with each year Is arriv.
ing nearer and nearer perfection. Up
to the present year we were frequently
put to considerable trouble and expense
in repairing our lines after stormy
weather. Now, however, it Is different.
We began to put our lines under ground
In October, lUI. and have almost com
pleted the work. Storms and high winds
can do us but little harm now. No, we
keep uo record of the number and vari
ety of swear words uttered by impatient
subscribers, but I ran safely say that
they are fewer now than in former
years. Philadelphia Record.
A G. ll.nl of th. Old School.
On a Sixth avenne train the other even
ing an old man sat literally packed among
women. Aa the train approached the
Twenty-third sireet station he began to
button up his coat preparatory to leav
ing the car. lie looked about grimly
among the clustered women till he
caught sight of an elderly man stand
ing with them. Reachiug out at arm's
length with his cane among the fur
belows and feathers, he managed to
touch his fellow man on the elbow. The
other understood at once, and wedged
his way back to the waiting seat, When
he was safely there the old man got np,
and, glaring defiantly at the baflled fair
ones, picked his way rheumatirally out J
of the train. New York Time. I
Ad Knt.rprltlDs; llurvtar.
America is said to bo tho home of en- j
terprise, but an English burglar has gone
a little ahead of anything that ever orig
inated in the Yankee mind. Heconcive4 i
the idea of Increasing his receipts by.fur- '
nishing to a newspaper "liat." on his '
exploits. After each burglary he sent a
full amount to the paper and collected
pay for the articles in the usual way.
The fact tliat he was finally detected and
Is now iu jail dow net detract from his
distinction as a man of resources.
RoeJieUr Democrat and Chrouicle,
Haobherf R. nuked.
Snobkins (who thinks he recognizes
someone he knows) Oh er! Haven't
1 1 seen you soiuewltere before
j Nobktas (who decline to be patron- '
txed) As I have Ix-wn iu existence for
the last half century I should say it Is
' highly probable Mutt you have.
SnobUne does not parane bis Inquiries
any further. Kxcuauga.
The annual exi. rtutiou if ludu rob
ber from Par is said to be upward of
90,000.000 pounds, worth from $a,0u0,0U .
A RAILROAD dcCUPATION THAT MUST
GROW TO BE TEDIOUS.
How th. Hla llaii.i'orlalloii Companies
Keep Their lto.,1he,1. In llepalr look
ing; tor Loo.. Nut. and I'rotriiillng;
fiplk.. Along; Ih. Linn.
Tho terrible accident that haptwiied to
Peter Duuglierty, the "trackwalker,"
gavo to many readers a new word iu the
vocabulary of "trades and occupations."
That there was ancli an occupation as
trackwalking under the big cover of the
starry dome not one man in a thousand
"A trackwalker, a trackwalker ex
claiuiul onu citizen when asked the defi
nition of tlie term, "Why, yes; of course.
A trackwalker i u fillow who wnllcs
the tracks. See'? Just as easy! Now
ask me something real hard."
If pressed for a closer explanation of
the long word's meaning, tlie citi
xen proceeds to get facetious: "Oh,
watcher trying to ring in on me now?
A trackwalker is a trackwalker. When
the carnivorous tramp is hunted from
his lair in one city he emigrates to an
other. On the way thither, my friend,
he is n valuable ap"cimen of the genus
trackwalker. When the manager of an
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" troop folds up his
pocketbook and, 'like an Arab, silently
steals away, leaving sweet little Eva.
good old Uncle Tom and religious Jliis
Opholia to swear at his memory for their
salaries, why, then they are very likely
to become trackwalkers. Then, again,
you might call hucksters who drive their
wagons np and down the street car
tracks track hawkers. He, he, he! See'
Which U fcoes to show that tho real
bona Hde trackwalker is comparatively
an unknown cog in tho groat machine of
the world. If that cog was -suddenly
taken out of place and thrown away the
world would very 50011 discover its loss.
From the crashing of wrecked trains
would collie the death rat tie of the dying;
from the rnddy glare of burning cars
would come the shrieks of tortured
wretches pinned beneath heavy timbers,
and the one cTy sounded from end to end
of the land would be, "The trackwalker
deserted his trust." Ride along any road
for five or ten miles and yon will over
take him. plodding along hrnide the
track. He is not dressed in the latest
cataway diagonal, and his trousers, if
noticed, bag at the knees. He only gets
tlM a day here in the west, and in some
eastern districts still less. He carries a
wrench and a hammer, and now and.
then stops to tighten a bolt in a rail or
drive a spike Into a tie. He tramps along
thus for twelve hours out of the twenty
four, and at the end of the day "can
sleep without rocking,"
A reporter found Danghorty yesterday
in one of the pleasant wards of St. Jlary's
Infirmary. Bending over hlin, with her
sweet face full of sympathy, was one of
the sisters of the order. "He's doing
very nicely," sho softly said, "but must
not be excited."
"You see, it's my shoulder there now,"
exclaimed Daughterly, raising his left
arm aud dropping it to the sheet again
with a shudder of pnln. "It seems as
though it v as under n trip hammer and
the hammer was pounding for all It was
worth. Htill it isn't aa bad now as it
was. Uood gracious, but that old engine
did hit mo a clip!"
"How did it happen?"
'All tired sndden. I was walking
along between tho tracks, lieaceable as
you please when down rolls a tram on
the left hand. Being afraid that the
steam or something would hit me I
stepped into the right hand track.
Whack! BiH! Yours truly got it iu the
neck Kure as yon live. An engine was
flying down the right hand tracks, yon
soe, and 1 merely tried to stop it by put
ting my 'shoulder to the wheel. I don't
remember what happened then. The
lights went out. When I arrived In
sight of myself ugaln 1 was here.
"My walk is from Carr street to the
other end of tlie bridge in Madison. I'm
not complaining of the walk at all, un
derstand. They always treated me white
as long aa I've Ikhjii working for 'em,
which la only a t-ouplo of months. I'm
just a little sorry that the company is
such a new I'm They haven't got any
hospital of their own yet, you know.
That's why I'm here. Of courbO I'm be
ing treated splendidly here just as if 1
was at home but. you we, I don't know
exactly who's going to pay ther-e good
sisters for taking care of me. I'd hate
to see 'em do all their work for noth
ing." Dangherty gazed reverently at thecru
cifix hanging on the opposite wall before
answering. "Speaking of the work, it's
all right. I get il.f0 a day, just the samo
aa the other laboiers on the road, and it
isn't as hard as digging. All you've got
to do is to bo sure and go over your sec
tion as many times as you're ordered,
and see that the rails are lu proper shape.
If you find a loose bolt you take your
pinchers and tighten it. If you find a
spike poking its head into the air, give it
a clip with your hammer. That's all
there is to tho business. If you should
happeu to find something out of whack
and can't fix it yourself, why, you go for
help; that's all. Yon see, I know just
enough about trackwalking to do my
work wall. I have never had any of the
adventures that some of the men have. If
you want to hear some funny stories you
ought to go down to Twelfth and Gra
'bitmeof thow fellows have been walk
ing the tnn ks all over tlie country for
years. Some of 'em know every square
inch of rail between here and New York,
I'll bet, and call tell you with their eyes
shut where they are if set down on any
one of the roads between this town and
Chicago. A fellow gets to know the
weight of the ties ou every mile he walks
over, and from day to day learns to pick
out whtch bolts are going to be loose and
which spikes will poke their fiat heads
above the flanges of the rails. It's like
anything else; if you stay with it you'll
learn it as yon do your friends' faces,
and it becomes a sort ot instinct." St.
The modern form of football involves,
excitements of a very dangerous kind.
Tbe player, put into it the utter reckless
ness ot soldiers on the battlefield.
It is all very well to preach against In
discriminate charily, and to those who
are inclined to benevolence the lesson is
most valuable. There is too much care
lees giving, for charity no doubt often
breeds mendicancy, and If there is to be
giving it ought to be thoughtful, to the
end that It may do good and not evil.
Besides the charitably disposed, how
aver, are those who are careless of th,
misfortunes of their neighbors and
those whose selfishness I, rarely tempt
ed to make a sacrifice for the happiness
tf their kind.
Y oeu such as the., do a charity they
are the Important beneficiaries, and it Is
to them that the divine prntept eeneeni.
ing the blessedness of giving applies. It
ins tiers little whether thee, give with
disoriminatioii or indiwrimiiiatloa; their
gifts are so few that they cannot work
much harm. If the encouragement of
b'gging depended on tbe occasionally
and spasmodically generous, the trade
would assuredly die out. It Is well not
to preach the cold truth to them, for
they need little enough excuse for but
toning np their pocket. Let tbetu open
their Itearts wbeii they will, thoughtless
ly or nut. as tl tiuy cUanee. What good
Is done by tueui w ill be chiefly to them
selves, and they will always, for a time
at least, be the U-ttr tor their unproved
opportoaiUM. lUrpw's Weakly.
Csased by the Kudden Cbsu-xes ot
j PEOPLE WHO HAVE FOUNO RELIEF.
' Rheumatism is mure prevalent here
than ever lN-fore.
' When this disease fastens upon an In
dividual wilh lis soienes, and pain,
swelling the joint., rendering him helpli
In his movement., and shattering- his u.e
fulne.,, he Is Indeed sn olilert of pity.
Tlie slight pain In thebse k. pain or stlfT
ness of the joint, or muscles, Is a warning
indication ot an Improvl.hed condition
of tho blood, a low stale ot health, and if
not attended til at once, means rliou
mslisro. Rheumatism can now lie relieved and
Since tlie Introduction ot Favorite Rem'
cdy, hy Dr. David Kennedy, of Rondoui
N. Y., there has been fewer suffeiers
than ever before.
Favorite. Remedy drives out rhe.nmatlo
nolon from Ihn blood, restores the dun
lallon, strengthens the nerve power
The best proof of its) value li the good
It lias done.
"t wa adllet-t with Inflammatory rBvunia
tl.m for fifteen years, writes Nlr E Y Ta er f
Last NaMau. N T. So serfr. that I up
Ksd to be a crlpr-1. for life. LaJ.rplj.aiiia
atmeDt t grew worse. Dr. Ketioeil "a i a..
It. Kemwlr belpwl nie from tbe time 1 fli.t nse,l
It, an.l entirely cured me Harp felt Do -,ee t
lhdl .inoe an'ltaat was three years ago
Tlie beautiful dsuthter of Mr James
Mc Furland. of DeMnlne.. Ia . was In-lp
lesa for nionthf with sciatic llieiioinn-m.
After a few doses of Dr. Kennedy's Fsv
orltc Remedy, ahe liegsn to grow' lielttr
appetite lnipro ved, slept well, and r m
tinning Its use, was cured.
"I was eonflnet to airbed w Ith rheiimatUt.i
near my heart, wr lies Mr C I. -ea,er of Lir
inincbain. Conn . and need Dr. Kei.ned' av..r
Ite Remedr but a short while before It itrov. the
rbeumstl.m out of my syslein."
Mr O. Lanalfif. of Troy. N Y . hed
rheumatism so had that ho had tn Im
turned over In lied Afler u ivg llr
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy but a short
while was restored to health.
What reason then for uffrrlne with
rheumatism or neurnluia. Till, nitdkiue
will help you If given a trial.
No floner rlielnilo ran loll Hie merit or
nooil s x,irHHi.iriU,l us well as the l ures aeenm.
pllslied hyllils excellent medicine.
The man who tears one leaf out of
the llible will soon disbelieve it all.
Piles of people have piles, but De Witt's
WUch llazle iale will cure Iheru. T. P.
j-iie nne wno nas inrift uas every
thing that find's law requires of him.
hinall In size, Kreat in results: De Wilt's
Little Karly Risers. Rest pills for Consti
pation, best for Sick ileadache, best for
SoiirSlomach. lliev nevergilpe. T.I),
If Christ is in vnil snmpbrulv will l.o
sine to see Him find love Him.
Sweet breath, sweet stomach, sweet tern
oer, and result from the use of De Wilt's
Mule Early Risers, the famous little pills
T. 1). Thomas.
If you aie willing for fiod to uue you
lu His own nay He will do it.
Be Voir Own Dot tor.
It wont cost you one half as much. Do
,iu. oci..jr. rruu iiirce z ceni stamps lor
postage, and we will send you Dr. Kauf-
..' .ui.i nuu coiorea pistes,
Irom life, on disease, lis eansea and hnm.
cure. Address A. 1. Ordway A Co . Bos
When Christ fills us the first thing
he does Is to empty us of self.
Tho I.lllle Ones
MIi..,M Iw, A..r..ii IJ . ...
,'uw,,,., rtttiij vun.iuercu, especial
ly when lliev contract Coughs and Colds.
v.iuum ,,,o ucuiun ui ciiiuiioou, as many
a fond mot! er known. Do not allow a
f'nttnl, n, C'..!., , ... ....
. " " " wo. i.iinuer vunng
oi old. It may be the forerunner of an un.
m,.i ,.' ,...
..u.vij uv,. Homo cuiiuurnuv recom
m.n.l.ll .... li-... -n ,
,baL,0 ,o Hsu an-. ma, ,ue cel
ebrated remedy for Coughs, Colds and
of ran-Tlna fiee at T, D, Thomas' Drug
"An many as ure led by the spirit of
God, they are the sons of meu."
I have been troubled with chronic ca.
larrh for years Ely'a Cream Balm Is tbs
only remedy smong Ike many that I have
used that affords me relief. H. H, Wll
lard, Druggist, .Toilet. Ills.
1 have been troubled with catarrh for
ten years and have tried a number of rem
edies, but fonnil no relief until I purchased
a boitle of Ely's Cream Halm. I consider
It the most reliable pieparallon for catarrh
and cold lu the head. Oeo. E. Crandall.
1. M., (Juonochawiitane, R. I,
Whenever a wise man makes a mis
take It teaches hlin something.
This remedy Is becoming so well known
and so iwpular as to need no special men
tion. All who have ased Electric Blttrrs
sing ihe same song of praise. A purer
medicine a sea not exist and It is guaran
teed to do all that Is claimed. Electric
Milters will cuie all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Rolls,
Salt Rheum and other affections caused by
Impure blood. H'lll brlve .talaris frem
Ihe system and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers For cure of Headache.
Constipallou and Indigestion isy Electric
llllters Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded Price GO els and $1.00
per bottle at Hebers Drug Store, Lehigh
ton, and Blery's Drug Store, telssort.
(iod'a bread Is always sweeter than
tha devil's plum pudding.
THE KIND THAT CURES."
I ' an nigni) recGtlililelui nr. JJIIU S COUKH
H) run for croup. 1 ha, e tucsl tt for several years
aod fliol It llu. Ite.t r.iiu.1,-.,., i,l.ui
e,i . .i.uo.i, atufi oMtu, miniujiloil, ,
The surest war to win the Invent
people Is to become lovable.
Tbe wind from the North blows sharp
and keen, and bad effects of colds are seen.
One Minute Cough Cure so safe and sore,
will quickly perform a -ronderous cure. T
Hairy-men and sUH-fc-rainers all buy Hull .
Head Horse and Cattle Ponder For plstem.er.
hfclehouuu, aud loss of appvUU:, It Is without a
peer In the market. Prloe as osnts per package.
"They that aro ill the fleali uncon
verted oauuot please Uod."
CeK IIANA'K SARS.srMIKJ.A, its 'TUB
The man who works for find alwaya
gets hla pay in advance.
A tientleniati lu Union County, Ho., who
Is too modest a man to have his name
mentioned in Ihe neaspapers. was r tiled
of rheninalliui b Chambeil iln's Pain
Balm, after trying other medicines and
treatments for thirteen years, 60 rent
IkiUIcs for sale bv N B. Reber. Lehmhton.
and W. F. Illery. H'elssport.
A i if 'D I'TUiUr -' V. iiu i "V iei
wt! lu lt-t, Minii. ln nittli I u. l I
1 .uts-iitiiiritl I" Lsoil lit j .'it
tuts! ukmi; 1 hUvi lt i Of ( i