The post. (Middleburg, Snyder County, Pa.) 1864-1883, March 02, 1882, Image 1
r" Sir Ilateii A. rl VOI , col"'"" " 'u2" H-hlf. column, oil"" ....r.mrtn commit, one jer, nt square t IO mins I immran .Iilitioiuil liMertion, ,v . ....,, ...-.. .;.1titmiil Minimus cmiU ol ''r.L.. it . 5.00 J.ftt AuJUor, Executor, AdimuiatrUor 1 Aiu Notices, M;.a,;.l notices tcr line. All trticianl advertising 1m than a nnlHa til cents a tln. All wtvertieeincnia for a shorter ne .io.1 trfan one Tear are payable at tin 1 time tlfry are ornVrwl, and it not pah be person ordering thonr will oe ueld; ypoiiilbl for lha money. Poetry. AT THE ''MtTHODlST HOTEL John, you put out the horse. ,naiiHw""- . Com. to, u.y brother; how'e four wlft, an 1 how'e the baby's cough T I'm reallr irlad you called around i yow'realways welooine btr ', Our house ban been the preaohere' hotne (or more than alaty year. wk.n father waa a-llvln'. who bat loiui alnce gone to rent, The wl K d noljchbora called t'lla place a "re'lar Mth UUt nt ;" 4 .,.1 ftt.-Ai,l, alt mrm owned, aa water Uropa through l-Tea : I bought bla place at aherlfl'a eale, I und tbere'a where Thontaa Uvea. ,, ' ' ,,., Ti.a mi man. 'fore pre-empting land ,---J..i--Pi.irrfMar-. v. one dav luaklnir 'ranirmiienU for the onea that atayed in thla ; We Hid he hoped hla mantle would tlc.enduponhlaaon, And Idea tue if It han t come, ana tie a DroauonHu.uiiB. There waa a home at Uetliany. where Jeu loved to utayt We'd b'ave the clty'a puloce to get there any day ; But when he etood bcHlde the grave whre Lazarua waa lowered. AVepald, In reanur ectlon gold, the distent for hi board I've, read, oo, of the rlliuuaiuiulte. who built upon the wall A bed room for Ellnha, und invited hiul to call ; v.... .ua al wtutii't of the Hort who'd A " never OHk him hinii, AiuldoeW hhu onhU italury becaune lie didn't co:nj. A...I thr was Siiiion'e cottugc, ii. Jontui by the two. A utopplu" ilico for Peter, and for al null men ait he. The man was at hi, tan'ry once, th postal w.ut at prayer. While Simon' wife wa hard at work upon a bill of fare. lie stove, it aceiiis. wa'nt good t. draw, or else the wood was wet Leastways the dinueron that day a liretty hard to iet : itt i in I lt rlnwn a table-coth With dllTrtrent kinds of meat. And told the hungry minister to hold himself aud eat Wlitr -thare'a niv irood old aorrel horse. I cannot drive biui off, Hut what he'll want to t p and drink atev'ry watering trough, Bo (J oil's dear ervuuts sometime come to such us me and wife, To get a cup of toa aloiu the dusty road of life. You'll tin 1 us plain and simple folks, and homesiiun. I allow, Although we've sold the splnnin' wheel and huv an organ now And Allice, she play"Uold the Port " 1 "Ovr there, "and Slum, And dont them Ivories laugh aud talk when tickled by her touch f ami. I- l.nii aa lilisi I iMgoou nuo. vn- - s.kIlA f lift at vijl llArt UHlOW. I vheu breaking off a chunk ot bread would make a whole loaf grow ; Of course It takes our chickens off tol cheerthe preachers' way. ButHamueoiareaine r ... ... jUHt makes tne oiuers tay. They Joined lu the festlvltlee when Birdie was a bride ; They went down to the shore with u when darling Debbie died ; ruey stood amium n suoAiuwa ui l. . . m 1.A.IMA n it . 1 u Vl 1 1 1 1 KJrJZZtZZTZk ineth. rainbow on the cloud, I won't do all the talkhV quite, but aomeliow moiu rtes uooa, As soon's I hear upon the door your old famlllitr knock ; But supper's on the table, sir ; I think you know your place ; Come, brother, make yourself at home, and won't you please say grace f Lkona, pa. NO SURRENDER. Ever constant ever true, Let the word be, No surrender I Boldly dare and greatly do I This shall bring us safely through No surrender, no surreuder I And though fortune's smiles be few, Hope is always springing new, BtiU Inspiring me and you with tbe maglo No surrender I Nail the colors to the mast Shouting gladly, No surrender I Troubles near are all but past Serve them aajyou did the last No aitrrendor, no surrender I Though the skies be overcast, And upon the sleety blast Disappointments gather fast Beat them off with No surrender I Constant and frfmrageous still, Mind, the word Is, No surrender I Battle, though It be up hiU, Stagger not at seeming III, No surrender, no surrender I Hope aod thus your hope fulfill Tha-e'a way where tbere'a a will, ,A ndtbe way ail cares to kill Is to? Urethra no sarrentsr ! l(.t'-"s f2 n 77"k f 1 (1 I VU. 1 a a Thfl DucV HunUr's Stary. . Speaking of dock shooting 00 St, Clair Flats," aiglieJ anjjld citizen as is look a seat in a gun atora yeaater- 1 1 , "I dou'l think tbara am at many bitJ, p ,, M tnere ten .... wh. ai. th. "- - jtianools oned to be lust black witb em, and tbey ware eo tama tbnt you oould knock 'eiu on tba bead." Everybxly aihid to lliink those 0 j1 old dure and ducks oould oaf r return, and the veteran uiiltar oootinned . "I remember I waa out one day in pril, I got in ainoui tho bipeds aod "ow mauy do yott auppoaa I Count- ,dT TLr e boo lred, "taotured ooa ol ,a audieoca after a long iutert at. pTbree hundred! Why, I alwayakill- I . ' .. . ' tt-ioaanj arery tuna ent out. No.sir I oo-iote I oer aix teea tboui vnd great, big, fat, plump, juii0ios duoka, and then 1 bad ouly oouotod tboaa on ooa aide of tba ()oftf j "(low 1 Dg did it take you 1" "I don't kno. a'r, bad oO walcb vitb me. Time ia notbiug to a tuao aouotiog ducka. countml aloud, aod when tbe ducka were small count d two for oue. By aud by I gl tir- d of couutiug and got ready fot tbe !lungbter. of many did you kill " ' Woll, nor, I auppote I etuld li tbout it aod aay I killod nine or ten hundred, but Put getting too near be grave for that. No. I dideo't kill i blnsted one, and tbnt'a wbure tbe lrange part of tbe story comea in Vben I began lo lift that gun up. boae ducka know what t wae up l' iiai aa wen aa a uuintn uem, mi l vlmt did tbey do f Why, air, ab.mt wo bnndrod of Vn m i 1i a a 1 1 dun live, awiirn uuder tbe boat, and ruin- e J (1p ou bur port Hi Jo at on:o oil ipaot hoi ! Pes, sir, they did. und there I waa in tho North Cbuunul,'in ten feet of water, boat upset, night com I mg on and I in uiy wot ulolbiug." Well r "Well. I climod np on the bottom of he boat, floutd fiva miles, aod waa licked up by two Indiana. We tow id that npset b.wt to an ialin I, and ore another curiona tbing'comes in. Juder tbe boat wero two hundred tnd uixtyfonr large, plump duoka. The bad been caught there when she inse ana an we uu.i to ao w is to iaul 'um out and rap 'em ou tbe bead." "Whys why diden't tboy dive down md gut from under the boat 'asked in auuiture duck shooter. Why didn't tbey, sir! why didn't bey! Well, air, ( might bavn asked 'em why they didn't; but it was late, i cold wind had sprnng np. aod lidn't feel like talking! All 1 know is tbat i counted over sixteen tboos md ducks, waa upset, captured two hundred and aixty-four, and have af- fidavita hero in my wallet to prove Uerything I bave i a id. Does any ,ntt0 uere want to ie0 the doott- nonts ?" No man did. They all looked out f the widows and wondered if they could lie tbat way when they bad passed three score years. A conceited young country par on, walking borne from church witb I jne of tbe ladies of bia concresratioo I alJ o alia8ioo to LJt rustic audience, "This morning I preached to a con gregation of asses." 'I thought of tbat," observed tbe lady, "when you called them your beloved breatbern r A minister overtook a Quaker lady, and politely assisted her in ipening a gate. As ahe was a com parative stranger In town, ba said; Voa don't know, perhaps, that 1 am Mr. t haven't you beard me reaob " "I have beard tbee try," was tbe quick rejoinder. Now, you tbiuk it smart to ask .bat mean question, bat we will ans wer it. although such qneations do tot deatrvo an anawer. Editors lie so badly bocaase they ire not osed to it. It was wrong in Peg, tba shoe maker, to but to tbe doctor who tomplained that be bad made a poor job of tbat laat pair of boots, "Pby- liolao, beel tbyeolf." An agrisnltural ezobange offara tome advioe a "How to Tell a Bad ixa- " V?t (0)u read the artlcK nit onr advisf wonld bat lfyoo have inytbiog to tall a bad rgg, W res tt gently. W Iff 1L :,b MIDDLEBURG, SNYDER COUNTY. PA, MARCH 2, TalTSloriat. Tba Wealero frontier of onr oono try la highly prolific in tall atoriea. Take tba matter of bard blowa. A mao aitting in bia bona, eating a pie, beard a atom coming, and ran to tbe door. Tbe gala firat blew tbe honae down i aod then seized tbe mao, carried bim tbrodgb tbe air a hundred yarda or eo, and laod ed bim in a peach tree. Soon after ward a friendly board from bia own bouae came floating by. Tbia be aeiced and placed over bia head to protect himself from tbe racing blaat and finiabed bia pie. Ont in Nevada it baa bean told tbat during a gale, while bonldora aa big aa pnmpkina were flying through tbe air, and waterpipea were being ripped out of tbe ground, an old Cbiuaman with apectaclea on bia uoae, waa observed in tbe eastern part of tbe town seated on a kooll calmly flyl ig bia kite in irou h li ter, witb a long chain for a tail There waa a man from Koaton who would uot coufeaa astonishineut at auy-iuing ue saw in Nevada. Atb waa pusaiug a hotel in Virginia City the cup ble from one of the chim ney a. It waa a circular piece of ebbet iron, painted black, slightly ooovex and tbe four eupporte were wore like lege. Tbe wind carried it down the street, and it went atraJ-1 ling along like a living thing. Tbe Uoston man aaked what it w. A bed-bug from tbe hotel, waa the reply. " Uoorge I never a.v any. tiling liko :bU," he began and then :i l it 1 ''iiutM.lu of l isfon. A party of minora to tbe D'.ui! : diiU iMiiii irnl cyi-a and eara ov.-r u; camp tiro Ouu x.iid : "When 1 if omiu to tho bills looked f.ii Id dinns until I could aoo a mosinito a mile away." Another suid that his eyes wore weak but tbut be could bear goals jumping on the rocks four miles. Tbunextmin b i l lis- tuned for ludiunn until be bud board the tuo'inU'ri stieep liht on their horns in tho II g M innti in, three buudred miles a ay. Tbe fourth with bis bead on bis pillow, had strained bia ears until bo heard the Cbineae nailing up tei b x a. The fifth in crossiug tbo Kocky Moun tains, bud lono. I a pelr.fi j J forest, the treoa turnod into aoliJ stoue. At he loitered on tb J e lge, a deer started across the vulley aod was transformed in a m iujut into soli I atone. A bird tie v put bi n, and pearchiug npou a troo betn toeing. Suddenly the bird was changed to atone. Tho song she wus singing was also petrified, banging down from tbe peak of the bird. A Yankee who bad settled in tbe West baviug told an Englishman that he had shot on one particular occasion nine hundred and ninety oiue pigeons, bis interlocutor asked why he did uot make it a thousand at once. "No, said be, not likely Pin going to tell a lie for one pig eon. Hbereopoo me r.ngusninan determined not to be outdooe, be gan to toll atory of a mao having swam from Liverpool to Uoston. Did you see bim V asked the Yan kee. "Of ojurse I did s I was com ing across and oar vessel passed him a mile out of Boston harbor." "Woll I'm glad ye saw bim stranger, 'cos yer a witness tbat I did it That was me 1" Took Different Routes. Gracefully dropping on one knee he busied bim self fastening a skate to tbe pedal phenomenon wbioh she exhibited to bis aatonisbej gaze. All at onca ba stopped in tbe very middle of his task and appeared to be reflecting profoundly. "George, darling," she aaked, "what are yon tbioking abontt" "I am tbioking," ba anawered, witb a look tbat indicated how deep ly he was affected by tbe idea tbat possessed bis mind, "I'm tbiukiog, dear, whether, if Noab bad one of your shut-, be would bave found it nucesbary to build tba ark. Prom that unman t their soali doatud t jward the infinite by differ- eut routos. -'What time is it, my dear, asked a wife of ber husband, whom she suspeoled of being drunk, but who was doing bis best to look aobar. 'Well, my darling. I can't tell, 'eanse job ae there are two bands on my . , , .. . f ico, aou eacq poioia io a oiui rrnt f jare, aod I dou'l koow which to H.n.va. a ?'. Fun at i Moral fore. ' Fun la aa diitiaet a moral force aa prayer. A good bearty, bealtby laugh will clear tba eobwa'ba out of tba brain, reoe tba blood lono tbe!donan't bemtate to forga when oervee, and drive all clear tbe cob webs ont of tbe brain, renew tba blood, tone tbe nerves, and drive all thought of committing ll.tgraut! wrong from tbe mind. It baniHlipej worrying cares, aod knits humanity in Cjuioion kindred. Every miaeum- iry enterprise ought to provide imusomeot Preaching services, prayermeetinga, Sunday schools, philnntbropio orgonizatioos an I even charity well boatowed get no closer to tbe boarta of the bumble thill) do those who Induce them, to tenl an hour a way fron ending toil lo recuperate their euergie an 1 renew their moral vigor by rntion.il enjoyment. Tbia done, and tbo woik of getting in communion witb I lie in ia complete, Laugh with those who la igb, and weep with those! whu weep.anl atn if by ontributing to their mirth youcanuo c'in tliem to forget sorrow and to rtop think ing of tho batllo of lift long enough to realize than uiou aud woiuuu were made to be invigorated by fun, morally, mentally aud physically. Albany lieprt. The Ear, Few people realize what a won lur fully delicate atrucluie tbe human ear re illy ia. Tbat which we de ai.'nato no ia only tbe mere outer pjrr-h uf a orita of winding ian "'"h, nbicli, liko tbe lobbies of n -rmt building, loud from tbo ou'tr ,ir ii.to tl inner dmiaboi -i. HiiNttiiu of thmu pnsH,rus aro full of liquid, nod thoir muiubraina are stretched like pirch.intnt curtains across tbe corridora at dilTureut placea, and can be thrown intj vi bration or made to tromblo aa the huud of a drum or the surface f a taiubo niue djus when striok with a atick or the finigera. Motwoun two of these parcbtuont-like curtaiua a chain of very ema'l bonaa etm h. which aervo to tighten or rulut theae metubrancea, and to cjinmuni cate vibrations to tham. Iu thu.iuneruiost placn of al', r wa of fine tbroad called oorves strutoh like tbo stringi of a pitn, to tbe last point lo wbich tbo tromblioga or thri.ling reach, and pass iuwurd to tbe brain. If these nerves are destroyed, the power of beariog cer tainly departs, as tbe power to give out aouods ia lost by a pi ini or vio lin when ita strings are broken. l'hiladd)hii Timet. Facts for the Curious. Out of every bun Irad inhabitants of the United States sixtuou live in cities. A locomotive drinks 45 gallons of water tvery mile it travels. Tbe finest thread in a spider's webb is composed of no losa than 4,009 strand. Wli4a ai ouraUog dies the others cover up the body with branobea of treea. A solemn old scientist printed the fact tbat by bathing the faoein tepid water a mau could iuoroasu bis cir culation, and no all the editors are having tanks lilted to their of-fioe-stoves, The water-boatmen, among tbe most agile of water insects, row themselves along uuder side upper moat Their habit of moving upside down is of great use to tUem in feedimr, for many of their victims have bard backs, so tbe water-boatmen dive dowu and oj no up nuJor their prey thus attackiug them on their soft side. When Father Alvord was invited to ask a blessing at s public baoquet be bowed bis bead and said, "0 Lord I Adam sinned by eating and Noah by drinking. Keeps us from tbe wickedness of tbe oue and tbe f lly of tbe otUor, Amen ." A man who goes np in a balloon and comes down all right is culled a professor. A roan who goes up and cmnes down all wrong is called a durn fool. Osoar Wilde tblnka tba Atlantic Oosan "tame." It ia hard to aait snob a man. Wo shall bave to in troduoe bim to an aotress who . baa uih a atafcAma.nl In th nmuii thai alia U Aa 9imtm Yf t,al itfiain'! ' aolt his taste f-;r the wildly ferocJius bis fits is homeless. The Blaakimifti. Tbe blao' smith ia an booeat fel low, although be baa to pound iron and ateel for a IWinjf t aod be be cm nike any money ont of it, Tbe blacksmith ia tbe borse'a shoemaker. Udfore Cttinjl on a sot of ebofl be always gives the horse a ptre. Tlio borsj h a only four fnot, I) it when the blacksm th baa fitted tho h isV ore feat tbara are t in re etill to bo fitted. The horse haa no nail in bia toes tberofore the bltcki'ni(!i furnishes nails aa well as sl oes Tlio bliicksttLiUi ia a ato.i ly working m-n, and yut he ia firevor atriking. W'lion thii bl icks nilh bis b n nrel two pieoea of iron together the work is weld done. Tlio biitcksmilli is a nan of rantat. The bl loksiuith is fond of fibli. He ia the eicelter'n host oustoiuur. Tho bliii'kmnitb ia a prantiad minclwunn an I at tbe same timo a good Christian. Th first blacksmith mentioned iu his tory was Tubal Cain: Tubal of course was a hitter. There is an other Ciin moutioau l in Scripture Vltbou'h he was n t a blacksmith ho w ii iti an .ll)ol bitter. Cain was a b lib m buau. He en biavorud to rise in the world flint ia to any. be ruioe 1 cans. He also razed Abo'. Vnlciin's mother was Juno, hut Juuu that well enough, if you are acquain ted with aticieut myths. Yuli'tiii w:is a myth :i blacksmith, ita said. H tulus of African tMvelus, if you wonl I luuro more about the Hindi's myth Vuloiu, it is unid. aiii'i.lfiiCUIiuJ tililii I'Tlultd. llo in t'i.: lirs. h !it liu r-ro 1 m m ou ru crl. Tho Hur and lliu Fish. The Hiiro and the Pish having borrowed tobicc of o wli othur for sevunl to inths, uu 1 areoing per felly well ou p ilitiji. sot o it t ) in iku a j Mi ii'iy toulbur au 1 sua tho sight of the worl I. Tneylul n it procuo I tunny nu.ua wnou a Wolf wu discovered in tliuir p ir- suit. The II. ire at once started off at the top of bis spued, but the flab called nut : "Do uot ltiive iuj tliui i caunot run !" ' A Fish wlv cannot run haa no busiuus to intko a journey," replied tho llarekuud away lie liu to svo bis biion. Tuu liish h irrio 1 aftir a fast ft possible, and both finally fouud tl) l :n selves ou the bunk while tho Wolf wa yut a furlong away. Tbe Pish ut onco rolled into tbo water and then durtod away, but the Hare shouted after him "Do not Ituvo me 1 cannot swim !" "A H ire who cinn t s vi.n hi no business to m iku a journey," au I bo sailed away aud loft the ll iro to be uatun ou the half shell. UOIIAL. An Owl who bad overheard tbo affair from bia porch in a pnraim moo troe dre down his loft eye and aoftly said t "You don't know a mm until you have Unveiled with him. UJtroit fret PretH. dru's ia Laura's Composition on the cow I "A cow is an ani'Uil with four legs on the uu lor si lo i ouu oo each corner. The tail is longer than the legs, but it is uot nsed to stand on. The cow kills flies with hor tail. A cow baa big ears, itbat wig gle oa biogoa i so doea the tail. A CoW is bigger than a c ilf, b it not as big as an elephant. She is made small, eo she can go in tbe barn dour when nobody is looking. Some cows are blaok, aod some hook. A dog was hooked once. She tossed the dog tbat worried tbe oat tbat killed the rat. Black eows give white milk ao doea other cows. Jilk-tnen aell milk to boy tbeir lit tle girls dresses, wbich tbey put wa ter in and chalk. Cows chew cuds, and oaob cow finds its own chew. Then they swallow their chew and chime another chew to chew. This ia all there is about cows. A great lie is like a great fish on dry land t It miy fret aud fling, and make a great bother, but it oan't bnrt you. You bave only to keep still and it will die of itself. A very necessary band. A tnsbund. When a couple make tip tbir 'winds to get inarriod It tuny ba cslIsJa tie utt. IS8'J. NO, i Krwwledjaln a N jtihsll. A pace three feet. A cubit is two feet. A fathom is sit feet. A palm ia three luclms' A leaugne is three rn.lt. There are 2.760 languages A gieat cnblt ia eleven fe t To persona die every atronil. Dran. twenty pmiLd per I. unlit I Found moves 74 J nn us pur bout. A square mile contains til ) onr. A barrel of ice weighs 01) poiim!. Slow liveia llj Uvj luiti p iit.i.r. A barrel of pork weighs 20 pounds A barrel of fljur weigl s K) pounds. An aero contains 4,4S) squr ynida. Oats, thirty-three pounds luisbtd. ll.irley, f.nty ci0'bt pxin ls p'i niixbel . Electricity moves milo ler hour. Ahuid (horse iu.mh ik ) is foil Hie lies. A spau is tun aud euvov-cightt incbta. A title bill mo-es 1,000 milea pei hour. A storm blows thirty eix, rrilot per Inuir. A rspi 1 rivers tlowa seven miles per hour- Hiickwbi'ot, fifty-two ouuds pei bdhbel. Tiio first Ijcifur mitcli wis mile in t b-'O. Tbe firnt steiruhout bl id tie I Hudson iu 1SU7. A ruod-rii'u wiul blows seven miles per Ii .ir. A burrio.iuu uivus eighty mil s pur hour. Tho average huu in lifo ii th rly oue yonra. Tiuutbyado.il forty pouuJa pei butibl. Conrso aalt, forty-fivo pounds per bunt elf. The first boreo railroad was built in 1820-7. A tli km of butter woigbs.forly nix pouuda. A tub of butter weigha eighty four pouu I. A day 'a journey i th'aty-threo sud oue uigbtb-milcs, It's a funny old world unjhow, and tutste is ouly a in ittor of educa tion. Your bby contentedly gums uniiT iuiiuii i ... ... .i , candy, tbe n itivo African piont.luny of a rivor.l, , " ,. , . : ,, , , , is lovoils over a mouthful of aalt.uud tbe youtig Esqniuinux cries for tal low candle t wo gorgo ourselves ou oysters, whilo tba l'igger udian wonld uot givo you olo long fat Biiuku fur all the oysters in Chesa peake Uny. We or at least you, chew tobacco, tho Hindoo, limn, aud tlio utioitmiUtiotn so 1 uot ovur fsalidioua Putaouiiii, when ho wants a cbuw of sometbitig leul g o I, rolU a q ii l of nuno iuto his cbcuk. TbTLt's the Liud of a gum drop bu is i aod you couldn't hire him to cbuw tobacco. Cuius, in dued he may hiivo leuruod tbo habit from the missionariea. During tbo siage of Sjlmtopol a It rssitu sooll b n'io 1 iUilf iu tlio side of a bill, ivltbout tin city aol opened a spring. A litllu fountain bubbled forth whore tbo ro niiudor of tbe slugu atl'jr lod to the thirsty troops who were stationed in tbil yioiuity an ubund int.siipply of pure Cold wutor. Thus tbe missilo of death from an enemy, under tho di rection of an overruling I'rovi teuco, provod an almoner of tbe allien. "Can there bd happiness whore thera ia no love t" solemoly queries aa author iu a book oa m irring. "Not much happiness, perhaps, but, if the girl ia awfully rich, there can be lota of fun." Abianca of Mind. Wa oooe heir I of a oloryonn wbo went jog;ioir alou tbe roal until bs oamu to a tuinpiko, "What is to pay f" "Pay, air ! for what " asked tb. turupike-mari, Why, for my horso, to ba sure." "Your horse, sir I Wb.it borae f There ia no horse, sir " "No bora 0 j id grantou T' sal . I e su lJo ily lookioi d W i batueu bis legs i ''J thought was on horse'iack 1'' 1 1 j 1 "iltmra. d yd I know what tin largest srecles of ants are t Yon sbaka sour bead. Well. I'll tell t oo- ttsy at elaf tiBDts," rising ( why 4 ruli!lift cvsr ThitrsHnv RvramsJ JKREMIAU CaOVSB, Irtp-f Terms of SdbscYTptoon, , rVO IK5LLA M PEIt ASS VM tf able vithin si moiiths, ot a-.'ioifiHH put' I within thi yaf. No m dis criiiliuued uftt;i all artearsra a-w paid unless at the option of the Bt Itslmr Mibsi riptl'wia ntttsifa of the comata I'.trAtiLR IN Abvatci tsjr-Pcrions Itlllti ami itsing Jisfxw Wrpd jo tthr l e omennnsi rioart nrt r linhle rortlio price urtliepapar No Whiskey! Brown's Iron nrrrtRS is one of the very few tonic medicine that are not com posed mostly of alcohol or whiskey, thus becoming a fruitful source of intemper ance by promoting a dvsirc for rum. Brown's Iron Bittfrs is guaranteed to he a non intoxicating stimulant, anJ it will, in nearly every case, take the place of all liquor, and at the same time abso lutely kill the desire for whiskey and other jntoxi eating beverages. Rev. G. W. R tor., editor of the American Christian R' first', says of Diown's Iron Hitters: nn .O .Nov. t, i8Sr. ' Gents i The foolish sat ing nf vital force in liunm-M, pleasure, and vicious Indul gence of uur peorlc, makrt your preparation a necessity ; arul if applied, will uve hun dreds who resort lo saloons (or temporary rccuicrauoo. Brown's Iron Bitters has been thoroughly tested for dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, weakness, debil ity, overwork, rheumatism, neuralgia, consumption, liver complaints, kidney troubles, tic, and it never fails to render speedy and permanent relief. (Qiticura fl.o. W. tlrnwn. in Marshall St. rrntlSsssS H.I. rural tlutiara Mr. lol i l.luo I putl lirr anil I'mleuf n l t nllciira Muap IliiS liraat ,kln .-u-eio l a Itlfttfw inn Uu ur ant at llm l.ib. r' whl. h raail all near tils t,fi nrrk an.l tarn, nr I (urtia )r ratlliad all InU. ut ire-lm.nt. ki in .iion. r II. Ilrakr, r; ,arntfr llarprr fc nrns . Iielrnlt MI-h.,Kl. mi ' mi.'il'.n on n-n t or Ills rata leri.in ri'lani), alil.-n ti uan irsatal anl wli.i-b .ialii jrinl-'aO t ths i:n.eura anil l'nilu'a noaii (lua rl sla (mar) aitrrDally. st 4i.li ni:ti. H. A.llarmond, Au tttor V, W, 3 a a, B,K . .Is. kt-u. Vlih , rureil of til llaail of nlna tsars ilurallua It Ilia Cullcura Kaiua- .llsr. Ill tiV.H A . linn, iv ut. Tathr, llntion. Mm. rarnian- antly ourcil ul a liumnrul tb fat's ai l aal (anaiuai that hail Mu traal.l uaiuanaiiiuilf lu? twelm taara yaart i.v many ol tfi.ftuu u-tt I'tiiilolani au I u itt nutal i.tnlaini, at nan a, curspean auiuoritiot . MILK III S Mr. Huoari, 141 Clinton St. Clnnmnatli Makn ul ln-r .lular'r UII I, iV'io w rural or milk cru.t wiil"h rail.te I a I n 11a. I ir iwo tun. N.i s not Uaalibr !ujr, allb s Itaail lul beail of hair. I l.l.l II tilt. 1'r.ink A, Kran. St. 10 Ir'ira I'nalna . H I11D, wni. eoreil ol A lul-cu, ur lallli s triir, dy tl ai'Mt-nra Kt.obtnt (ii!o tl purinart Interonliy anil I'litu-ura rml t.ullrura Bnau Hit araat kln ours-) atiaruiHri wnlnU oum ( lairlr rat', rtd bit blr auta all tanl bt wouhl lufa it. ut 1:4 ru i:t. The t'atlrura llentmatit C'ln.lHt ih tha Ini Irrntl uie ol that u lcura Kii.ouani, th pa bio 1 .nrinr. anil iha astsrnil ut al t 'U'lesra m l t'sile na t)i, tut s'tJl tuu tittt. II l it I It A. Prmailli-a art far talk he all ilniattf lata, fries ..( IT 1 11 mt, a lillt!li nl .Int . , .mall b iai, au. .: larsa iKiian, l i iTiri al llnin vot, 1I1S it' ml I'urihvr, SI p r tuiilt. I'l'lii t'S l iiirm ai. T"ii.i"T h .r, t rt'rrM ilKiMi'iaaL lnii.Kr hear, Ibo i In hart luf hariiartaul lart e in.umart, tut. I'rlntlial litp.il, Wr.KKS fc POT IKK. Il.lon. Matl. CATARRH Sanford's Radical Cure. tlltar ht.d an1 antes, t,T bra. tblna, iwtSt bra. Hi, parlscl "Intll, twla aoj hearinic, OJ eouk-h, nn dltlratt. by uls basronos llauicaL t I at. Sttttr Snill rnnr taaait U rsaily in fle nf, t't4 tail aoia rut ulna waiar, turoat pareiial aad blood Uttriab or lak n KaaroHii'a Hajlc'. t iia lor llatarra ana IX tsrau. Wllch Hatrl, Amarlrau I'lna, Cahaits Vlr, II trliinM aut t'lorar Hlot.oina ut what Saa- fur.l't Kailiaal Our. la mails of. I'na bonis Hailia.l Hurt, eat boa Calarruai nairtai ana t.ulur.l't labalar, Is it no. tor tl. tit a.ar,b.ra n,.,ll ........ Vt.JV Oentta. )ti i ft. Ilia, ui.ll. Ury tdwltu llral. llal.am, -itl- - rrn.iar fl.l i nk Vol.. TAlt; 1 li "PI.AH. 7 IrliHi.ti" libbiiril I Diat utrlnr ta all uiktr pi itraluratar i-ain. vss j. raaaaaaj CL r r.. ai u j. ,mmn jt-ftv IjOrtlJetnla. aodtt.ir- pXBOtlTORS NOTICEUttth I J SMtanaai.tar as tk trials af VI4RV HSAVSaU Hstaa.ro, lata i issltp Twp., Nnyrtar tosntf, rassa. ilas baas kranlsilto tlit tisiiartlsntil, all tartoat knoaina tlitniaals ih-ialiltS to rtia aaualt ara rmaaaiaS ta lixiiit IsaaatSiaia pay aaat, ablls Ikoaa kaalns aialutt will prsaaal uis aail BBUMBiitSaM lor aatiiraaaai i WM.UCAftM, rah. la. IfM, r ara-ar. Wby do ox aJitoia 1 so (mo) 1 n n ar r 1. t f 1: Ir ' Hi t -.