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THE HONESDALE CITIZEN : TEURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1908,
TUUK8DAY MORN1NU. BKPT. 3, 190.
wm. uowauu TArr, of Ohio.
TOR VICI PRISIDUIT,
JAMES 8. BliattUAN. of Mew York.
rOR U.ICT0HS AT UH
UOIUltl 1. C'jVmilEU, of lMlad(lpbU,
BENJAMIN r. JUNES, Jr., of I'UUburR.
rus minuet n.tcions,
1- lobn Burl IT-. 8. Belli.
2- tl. A IHtH IS-Ilobt. U. Neal. Sr.
3- r. T. Cb.ndlsr 10-J. U. Bllnon
4- K. A. Ulinbil ifU-Tbomss Bblpley
&-K. W. Paltoa Ifl-W. r. lie? noldi
X-O. J. Elliott W-A. W. Modllougta
-J. I). Abbott Si-Judge J. C Tjlor
B-J. N. 1". IMuimiti its J. r. Dowulng
10- Col.lt. A.l'hlUlps -IIerma Blmon
11- J. L. Nwll Z7-T. T. Wilson
K-Jobn M.tLIM 28-1 O. Moss
-A. II. Miller w-o.O.Hhulli
14-W. T. MoCnbe 80-O. A. Habcook
l&-(leo. . Williams 31-A. It. l'oock
J. Waller, Jr. St-U. 1 Wllllumf
roR j t) imi or sotmior court,
WU. 1). l'OIlTKB, t Allfghenj.
CnAtlLEB C. PRATT, of Butquehinna.
W. E. PKRUAM, of Mount Pleasant.
M. LEE BHAMAN, of Uonesd.le.
TOR PROTBOHOTART, RTO.,
WALLACE J. DA11NE8, of Berlin.
TOR RtOIITIR AND RROORIIIR,
ALFRED O. BLAKE, of Bethany.
TOR OOUKTT OOUMIUIONtRJ,
J. K. IIORMBECK, of Kqulnunk,
TliOMAB 0. MADDEN, of Dreher.
TOR CO CUT! ACDITOU,
ARTBim W. LAHIIABEE, ol Btaruma,
W.THtOCK LEBUEH, of Bleillnii.
TOR DISTRICT ATTORN IT,
MYKUN E. BIMON8. of Uonetdale.
Election Tueetlar, NoreinberS, 1008.
The Guaranty of Bank DepoiiU
In Ool. Uryau'a Dearer platform, Ills
attitude on bla new Issue of tbe compul
sory guaranty of bank deposit, la thus
let forth :
"We pledge ounelrei to legislation by
whloh tbe national banka shall be re
quired to eatablUh Kuaranty fund for
tbe prompt payment of the depotltora of
any Insolvent national bauk, uuder an
equitable ayitem whloh ibali be arall
able to all State banking Institution!
wishing to use It."
Tbe only method by whloh inch a ftuar
anty fund oan be established If that of
taxation. Col. Bryan's pledge does not
go Into the detail of speolfylng whether
the tax ll to be laid on the stockholders
or the depositors. But In hli address on
the mbjeot at Topeka, last week, he pre
sented, as an example, the guaranty sys
tem enasted In Oklahoma, wliloh la the
only one yet established. Under that
system, ai desorlbedby him (which went
Into effect February 4, 1908)
"All State banks, and aa many national
bauka aa desire to arall themselves of the
law, are taxed one per oent. ou tbelr de
posits, and the money thus eollected put
Injto cignaranty fuud. The Banking
Board la authorlted to make additional
assessments from time to lluio to keep the
fnud np to this amount, and is directed
to take Dossesslon of anv Insolvent bank.
ay me Depositors in mil, ana reimburse
he fund bv collecting the assets of the
Aoaerdlng to Col. Bryan, only two
Oklahema bauka have failed slnoe last
February, and In both the assets proved
snfBolent to reimburse the fund.
As to the louree of the guaranty fund,
it It la equitable to compel all banks to
oontrlbute to It, regardless of their pret
renoea In the matter, the plan Is fair
enough. It is merely compulsory self
protectlon by the depositors, at their own
expense.! It will result, of course, In a
reduotloelcf tbe Interest paid on savings
aooounts, and will take something from
the principal of other accounts. It has
not been In operation longenough for an
adequate tost of Its advantages and dis
advantage. Statistics given by Ool.
Bryan show that the deposits In the
banks embraced In this system have In
creased nearly four and a quarter million,
While those In the national banks, whloh
are not within it, havo decreased more
than a million. This, however, proves
notblug exoept that depositors prefer the
eourlty given by the guaranty fund to
that given by the national banklug sys
tem, a preference entirely natural.
How far the feeling that depositors are
(ally secured may tempt bank managers
Into "wild cat banking," or Into danger
ous speculations, or aotual embezzlement,
oan be determined only by experience.
Under tbe conditions heretofore prevail
ing, Peuusylvanla banking Institutions
have within a few years lost, from these
oauses, about $0,000,000. Under the pro
posed guaranty system, the depositors lo
Institutions managed prudently and hon
estly would be taxed to make good these
As a further argument In favor of his
plan, CoBryan says :
"The -Caked States government re
quire! pe deposit of speolQa security
when.U, intrusts money to a national
bank, although It oau examine the bauk
at any time ; the State requires security
when It deposits money In a bank ; tbe
oonnty requires security and the city re-qulrea-aeeurlty
; even the banks require
recurlty from the officials who haudle
moudy., Why Mioukl the depositor be
left to take his cbnuees t"
There it. a wide difference between
these oases and the guaranty fuud sys
tem. In these, there Is no taxation ot
one bank to make good tho Jelault of
another, but eaoh furnishes Its own -ourity,
aud that without even taxing It
self. It it is practicable to have each
bank do this for all depositors, there
oould bjfuo objection to It. But (his Is
not the Bryan plan, In whloh all must be
taxed for the failure of any.
A New Tariff Provision.
Mr. Taft has nnnonnoed that In the
event of bis eleotlon he will at once oall
a special session of Congress to revise the
tariff. Besides tbe changes of rates that
may be made, It Is probable that the
"maximum" and "minimum" feature.
which is common In Europe, will be
Henntor Hopkins, ot Illinois, who Is
oliairiuan of the Quance sub-committee
oharged with ascertaining the relative
cost of production at home and abroad,
In speaklucof prospective tariff chaDges,
deolared positively that tho revise,) tariff
would eontalu maximum and minimum
rates, whereby the same results whloh it
was fought to attain by the reciprocity
feature of the Ulngley hill special cou
oesslons for American goods lu foreign
markets would be seoureil without the
obstacles enoountered In the Senate
wheuever ratlOcatlou of a reciprocity
treaty was requested. The general rates
Imposed ou imports from all ooutitrtes
With which no special terms are made
will be the maximum, while a lower set
of rates will be provided which may lie
made applicable by executive pror.lama
tlon to imports from nuy country making
special eouoesslous on American goods.
The Vermont Election
Vermont substantially keeps np the
pace she has shown for years past. Tne
State election was held on Monday. Al
most oomplete returns give about 30,000
for the Republican State ticket. The
September majority lit 11W4 was 29,815; lu
1900, 29,"o:l i In 1890, 50.9J0. The highest
majority during the preceding twenty
years was 27,018, lu ISSi. Tills year the
Democrats make some gains In the Leg
lllature, ou local questlous.
Tuk amendment to the British patent
laws, requiring foreign holders of British
patents to engage in the production of
the patented article, or to operate the
patented process, at some place In
Great Britain, Is bearing the fruit of
the protective polloy. Many foreign
llrms, chiefly Herman and Aiuerlcau,
holding British patents, havo began
work In Kngland, and others aro prepar
ing to do so. Persons familiar with the
field estimate that more than $100,000,000
will he thus Invested, and that about 8,-
000 patents are oovered by the new law.
This employment of British labor Is the
occasion of much self congratiilatlon by
those benefitted. Several flruis are plan
ning works much larger than those need
ed for the manufacture ot patented arti
cles, on the ground that It Is Impossible
to run faotorles In Great Britain on pat
ents alone. They will therefore manu
facture goods hitherto Imported ready
made, and as a conseqnenoe the new
works will give further employment to
British workmen. British free traders
cavil at this law, on the ground that It
Is, In effect, a form ot protection, which
it undoubtedly Is.
TllK black hand has been reaching
across tbe sea for President Roosevelt,
aocordlng to a dispatch from Bordeaux,
Frauee. Ou Jauuary 9th, Camllle Mar-
quet, ol the army aiubulauon oorps, wrote
to the President, demanding ou behalf of
"My Soolet)," without other npeolllca-
tlon, $2,000, "on aooouut of services ren
dered dnrlug tho Preeldeutlnl election,"
and promising further "immense help."
lleoelvlug no reply to this demand, Mar
quet wrote again ou Maroh U, threateL
Ing a scandal "whloh will onst dishonor
upon tbe whole family uuless the money
Is forthcoming." lu oouoluslou the writer
reooiumeuded the greatest dlsaretlou, ad
ding: "Tho highest heads are no longer
safe ou their shoulders j look nt Portu
gal 1" The President handed tho letters
to the French Consul Ueueral, who coni-
muuloated with tho French police. Mar
quet was tried by ouurt martial, but the
oourt, In consideration of his youth, sen
tenoed him to tlx dae' Imprisonment,
giving him tho benefit of tho first offend
Last week, during a thuuder storm at
Lincoln, Nebraika, a wind mill near Mr.
Bryan's barn was struok by lightning
and slightly Injured. Bryau, when In
formed ot It, said, "Well, 1 have been
waiting a good while for lightning to
atrlko me." If the Presidential light
nlng selects a wind mill, It will certainly
TiIK settlement of tho estate of the late
Uussell Sage, last weok, showed that Ills
personal estate atuouuted to fill, 411,213.-
90, and his real estate to $1,U4V00. The
State tax ou this was $007,ft:M 01, and tho
exeoutors' oouiinlsslons.were $1,U91,271.5G.
AUU. 31. Helen Tiffanv attended the
Huekuell picnic at Rooky (tlen, Scrauton,
Miss ueoevleve Miller entertutued at
tea several of her friends last Saturday
Mrs. ueorge W. Wilcox Is verv serious
ly 111 nt the home of her sou, William.
Mr. aud Mrs. Coogan returned to Car
bondale, on Sunday, after a week at
Our little hamlet was given its III I of
exoltement when tho news went over thb
phono that J, W. Moase's houso was ou
tire. Nearly.every mau, woman aud child
started toward the burnluir house. Allan
Stirling aud ladles Urst disoovured the
smoke ami lire on the root ol tlm house,
as they were driving near there, ami
inelr alarm wan tliv Urnl know edge the
family lied of their danger. Ou going to
tne secomi uoor Mrs. Mcihm) louuil the
Inside of the attlo nil iu IIhiuph and the
floor tuiruvd through lu mauv of the
rooms. In trying to save some things,
she was driven down bv the falllug of
tne amo uoor into urn irout stftlrw.iv,
thus closing the escape there, the back
stairs was on lire hut had not yet fallen.
Some exoitlug scenes were experienced
ny muse wuo worKea to suve furniture.
The MoaBe home was h most noble laud-
mark and everyone felt that they had
met with a persoual loss. Fortunately
noon) was lujured, aud a few thlugs
were savea. roe original oause oi tne ure
is not Known. The M oases are now liv
ing In I. Milton Stienoer's house, aud
with the assistant of friends and neigh
bors were able to stay there the third
night after the Uro uud are now feeling
fairly well tiled.
Mrs. liraoe Spencer entertained the
Ladles' Aid Soolety of the Presbyterian
church ou Wednesday afternoon of last
week, and the next day Mrs. Roberts
opened her.home at tho North Pond to
tbe lad es of the M. E. church.
It Is expected that Rev. Dr. Alexander
win occupy the pulpit or the Preebyterl
an church next Suudav evening.
The Village Improvement Soolety have
"come to," and the walk Is being exteu-
uea iroui tueoorner at Mr. lireuuau's
store uu to the lino ot Mr. Stlrllm-'s
property. Five new street lumps are
shining, and the walk Is to bo tlulshed
as far as the property of F. K. Spencer.
A little girl arrived at tbe home of
Dr. Ueorge Winner and family, aud
jur. uu uu,. k, i-. viuuer aro on an
auto trip through Columbia county.
W. H. Samson was In town last Him.
day. Mr Saiusou Is looated at Klrkwood,
H. Y. where he owns aud operates a
Mrs. Kiuory Tiffany Is spending this
ween iu wayuiariauu uaruouuale.
The fcohoole will opeu hern uu Tues
day. Sent. 8.
Mrs. H. R. Bailer will speud the fall
with her parents In Iudiaua.
J. E. Tiffany aud family spent Suuday
at Coxtown lake.
Charlei.Carpeuter, ot Carbondule, was
at j. ii. Auuueuy s, uu ouuuay.
Onk ot tho loaaona ompnasiud by the
summer urray manouvera at l ino I'laine
is tnut tnu norso remains u most valu
ublo adjuuet ot tho mihtarv u,.rvi-,
aud the probability of it boiog super
ceded to a conaidorablo oxiout by tho
automobile ia romnto, indeed. A man
on horeuback can ndo across country,
jumping ditches and fonccs, cantering
iiuou ueiuB or following mere
trails through tho woods; ho can swim
unbridgod streams, too deep to bo ford
ed, and can do many other things bo
yond tho scope ot automobilo aorvico
and which would be required of u caval
ry scout or of an orderly currying dis
patches in a rough country. Wurfare
is not always conducted lu good tour
ing couutry ; and, oven when it is, men
engaged lu u service wherein secrecy
is quito as essential as celoritv of
movement would Und it advisable to
take to tho by-paths and avoid the
NoAu'a Kxci'sk -Cuntam Pritchard.
of ibu ruuord-bruakiug Mauritania, told
n group oi Americans on a iccoat voy
age that a sailor's lifo wai a bard one.
"It IS not so hard as u used to tin im.
(ore the coming ot etoum,"ht)euid, "but
it is still fuurfully bara, for all that. In
fact, I never beard of but ouo man win.
had a decent excuse for going to sea."
"And who was ho, captuial'' said a
"Noah," tho captain answered, "For
if tho old fellow hud roinsinoJ on sboro
be would have been drowned,"
Additional Nearly Forgotten Facts-
IJAVy CROCKETT AND J03II IlllXtSOS.
Mtny Citizen readers aro doubtless
under tho impression that tho Almanac
regularly published for a number of
years under tho title ot "Joju Uilllogi'g
Allmaonx" tho Mrs: huinoro'jg an
nual printed with amusing prognosti
cations ne to tbo probiblo condition of
the weather for tho twetvo month') lo
come. And vot moat of thorn hive
heard ot tho rcdoubtublo Davy Crockett,
to whom the treed coon, o.t discovering
that tho Colonel had druwu it bead uu
him, shouted, "Don't bhoot, D.vy, I'll
como down 1''
Well, tho old fighting ctntef.mari was
getting out b yearly nlmauaoof tho fun
ny order when Josh Billings: (Henry W.
Bhuw) was sovontoeu jcars old. He
called it "Divy Crocketl'n Oo-Ahoad
Almanac," and tbo I'SUu for lb35 gitcn
characteristic acouuts of his courting,
hunting, electioneering, and other ex
ploits. Tho remarks upon tho weather,
and the influcnco ot the different sea
sons upon human nature aru original
and amusing. January 11, ho cays,
"Cottle klckj" 31, "Qravr cools quick."
Feby 1, "A pair ot hurrlcauee.'" March
9, "Jrows grow black, aud girls grow
ticklish about this time." May 2, "Good
weather for goelinga;" C, "Old Lidice
grow talkativo;" 10, "Boys full of mis
chief;'' 14, "Calves fat fast." Juno 19,
"Finn weather for chickens." July 17,
"Agreeable driizling." Aug. 10, "Girls
grow lovesick." S;pt. 11, "Children
troublesome" Oit. 30, "Chaiu light
ning." Dec. 8, "Girls rather' waspish;"
17, "Women very cross."
Colonel David Crockett's parents were
Irish, but ho was horn iu Grcrno coun
ty, TunnesntK, August 17, 17S6. His
father was n Revolutionary soldior.
When Divy was twelvo years of ago ho
commenced the actiro duties ot lifo us a
drover, and to tbo neglect of bis educa
tion socn drifted into a career of advent
uro and excitement. Servirg under
Androw Jackson as a Colonel in some ot
tho Indian wars, ho became a fast friend
of "Old Hickory." Ho bad a natural
tasto for politics, and bis smartness and
eccentricities making him very popular
ou tho frontier, ho was elected to the
Legislature of Tcnncssco, nr.d subse
quently to Congress, whero ho served
threo terms, and in which body bo was
one ot tbo most popular members, al
ways being found at hts pot ot duty
and over mindful ot tho welfare of his
constituents. Ho was kilted at tho
Alamo, Texas, March 1, 18:iG.
Josh Billings was bnrn in Lmcsboro,
Mass., April 21, 1818, and died Oct. 4,
18j5. Ho first attracted attention as an
auctioneer in Pougbkcepsie, N. Y
which city was his home for most ot his
lite. Uis funny comments on ihogoods
offered for sale, tho buyers, or anything
clso upon which bis ready mind could
hang a joUe, guned him a great icputn-
tion as a wit, and .n the strength ot Ibis
popularity I icgan to write for tho
newspapers articles, as he told tho
writer, fell Uv Isdly flot until bo adopt'
ed tho exaggerated phonetic spoiling,
which ho usod as well ia tbo "All
manax" as in his journalistic contri
buttons, and later in ono or moro bound
volumes ot bis quaint philosophy.
In 16C3 ho began to lecture und at once
becamo a platform favorite. Ho was
tall, raw-boned, eomowhat stooped,
with long, straight, black htir and a
careless, leisurely gait, which itistaullj
attracted attention when he appeared
ou tho strode. Ho wore a broad-brim-mod
elouch hat and a turn-down cellar
with an iimplo black tic.
Josh Billings'd rcpatatiou was por
haps at its best when a mm, giving hi
namo as Clark, und representing him
self to bo tbo humorist's agent, cumo to
Uonesdalo and placarded tho town fur
lecturo to bo delivered in Liberty Hall,
on Stturdoy ovcuiug, Mircb 10 h, ISC
Sobjoct, "Putty and Vuruuh;or Pon
toon Philosophj." Iho tickets went oft
like hot unUos, and by eight o'clo:
"Standing room only "was the unuounc
me'it. AftT somominutesof tnipatim
waiting, it. begun to be whispi-rcd about
that tbo uudicnco had been "Joshed ' in
earnest; in fact, that Mr. Billings line
nothing about the appointment made for
him, and of course, would not appeal.
This resulted in a raid on tho box-ofhVc,
and choosing botwenn tho jail, a rido on
a rail, and the return of tho ticket
mor.ey, tho fraud prcmptly decided on
the last uamod born ot the dilcmmn,
and shelled out the cash. Ho mado a
get-away, from tho town, however, tho
samo night, icaviug bahind him n num
ber of unpaid bills as souvenirs of his
The evident desire on tbo part of tho
public to eeo and heir Billings, led the
writer horojf to proposo lo hiru an early
visit, as likely to please a large Hones
dale audience and put money in his
purso. Tbo following reply is character
"l'o'ket-pslH. March 20, 1-07.
"HAM, my llEAiti I ra Just In from my
last trip tills winter, acd am obliged to say
that 1 will not b happy to 'bektur' any
more this winter, unless it should ho soilu.
where quite near home.
"I tbank you moat cordially for Ihe expose
In Tbe Herald. 11 puts rao nefore tbe goo 1
people of llntiesdale just nliero I htce to
stand, present or absent ; a man who has al
ways been anxious to do IhiiigsunttiH rutiu.
"1 can't see why Ibe man t'lark did nut
manage to get oil with the entrance mono,
Iml 1 am most J.iytully delighted licit he
did not do It. lie mint certaluly hive been
a new scholar iu the schoul t,f luguery.
"I expect next seasjn to he out with a
new dlH'Oiirsoi-ompowt of essays, proverbs,
monographs, etc.. and shall hupe to be lu
your mate with It, and shall h- happy, If It
is Iboiniht beat, to visit lioliesdale. Ill Ihu
mtautiiuc. my dear fellow, take thing cl
ay, and 1 will also, and may the heat mau
and woman win, and wear the belt '
"Hi member me gently tutlie llnneadHlers,
and ihII them to lm happy. t.u nrtco
linn 1 will say that It ou u.oiialil it heel to
hae me ccruc lo llonesdule ttin night ol
Apnl luih, Wtduea.i.iy.i uu 1 It la su that I
cuu Home Irom New Vnrk lu on,, day by
your coiuinunicaliou hv niilroi I, takuiz th
rlrst train nut ol New York, III (unit Im
477.(0, and pay my own transportation loo.'
nt.d whiskey It by any (bunco the pin
should be regarded ns cxeesetre, 1 mlgi
disecuut tbe (77, but tbe 40 cents is liupeia
tlve. 'You said something about the 1'iclij to.
riau churi h. 1 would not go into a cliuicU
to talk, nor would 1 care lu ti-lk uu ler tic.
auspices of a church my discourse is a Inn
ber one, uud Is sometimes luisinlcrpiete 1. 1
don't doubt tbo moral ol m 'l.uktui' ui -self,
nor any part of it. If 1 old, 1 would
burn it up to.nlgbt.
"If 3011 think the night named, or the
teiius stutud, are not on or i it vour i aleiidar
no barm Is dune, m dear fellow; wo will
w,p(, out all things, and not brood over the
cussel ihlug for a moim-ut.
"It you ilecidw t It her way, please to It t me
know ibu ilrst good i bailee oii g,.. l;n.
closed I send ou a programme of the l,ek
tur,"aud also u Voukera ptlu r, whurel dis
course! the 1:1th.
"Clood-byc, Ham. Yours, full of oals,
The necessary preparations wore mado
and Josh Billings "lektured" ot Liberty
Hall, Wednesday oveuing, April lti.li,
to a dcligutod audieuco, which filled ev
ery seat and all tho standing room.
OLD TIMK QUACKS.
In llio spring of 1S35 Lot Jackson, ot
Damascus township, went lo Puilader
phla to dlaposo ot his lumber.
He engaged board in tho family ot
Kphralm Luklus, in Kensington, ar
riving at tho houso on tbo 21st ot April,
apparently in excellent health. For two
or three days ho took his meals at tho
table with the other boarders, making
no complaint ot illnoss, but came home
nt 9 o clock on tho evening ot tho 24th,
and rcportod that he had been to eco tho
"steam doctors," who had steamed him
for thro hours and then washed him
with cold ir iter mid given him cold
torlodnuL ; tbuti bad glvou him a very
sivero pei 'tu:, and n viotont purgative,
alter whu1! h was put to bed and kept
thereuntil nuirly night. He had finally
arison and reached Mr. Lukins's with
great difficulty. Ho complained ot fool
ing very we ik, with much oppression
about his heart, and great giddiness.
ill was very chilly, and his taco twitch
ed and hauds jorked violently.
Tho next morning bo was worse, but
was ublo to explain that ho bad gune to
tho "steam doctors" becauso ho had at
timed boon troubled with rheumatism,
and Oliver Cilkln, a Damascus neigh
bor, adtisod him to visit them as they
had successfully treated him for a very
He took frequent doses ot a red liquid
mixturo, which turned milky while
when mixed with sugar aud water, and
which finally made bis throat so sore
and raw that ho could no longer swal
low it. Apparently improving a trine
in etrength, however, he concluded to
return to Damascus ou the 28 h, as some
of his neighbors wero going borne and
would tako care ot him. He left in an
omnibus on that ovening, thinking to
go to tho Black Uorso tavern, whero bis
friends wero staying, but was obliged
to return to Mr. Lukins's, being so weak
that ho could scarcely stand alono.
Tho family physician ot tho house
was then called, but Jackson steadily
grow woreo, with fovcr, convulsions and
delirium, until tbo evening ot the Cthof
May, when in an unusually severe par
oxysm ho died.
Great excitement and indignation fol
lowed his death, especially among the
river men, who believed that he bad
been tbo victim ot quackery, malprac
tice or worse. A number ot affidavits
and condemnatory contributions were
published in tho papers, tho man who
hid bad chargo of Mr. Lukins flod, and
Governor Georgo Wolf offered o roword
of i:W) for his apprehension, but all ef
forts tu clear up tbo mystery failed, aud
tbo "steam doctors" escaped tho punish
ment which they probably desorved.
the mouth nr niconn.
James Archbald, Kuginctr).... Aug. 25, 1870
Louis Uoerner Oct. 27.1870
William urownaoombe Jan. S-v, 18AH
An d'w J. Mowers, lliehmond.Va , Oet.ao, 1867
Peter 1'. Urown July 12, 1871
James Ualkcoiu, lliley ville Sept. 8, 1871
Hev. Hem y Curtis, Iyberry....Aug. 13,1807
Miss 8. Augusta Dart Juno 30, 1870
naiouei iiony (Texas, Jnn. 1, 1871
Aulrow J. IIl-uiiis Oct. 2, 1871
Isaac I'. Coster Nov. 13. 187A
Jnsiah Foster sjept. 12, 1870
Win. H. Foster March 8, vm
James Foster Dec. 10,1801
lsaao N. Foster Sept. 5, 18'f7
John e uikersou, ut. rieasaut..i)oo. ll, 1871
Hlram (loodman March 1.1, 1871
Kdwin K. Gilbert Feb. 2J, 1871
John Haloes, llerllu OoU 01, 1871
Dr. Consider King Feb. 29, 180'
Horace Lee. Cauaan Sept. 11, 1867
Jobn Lincoln, Itilt-yvllle lieu, o, 1867
Lewis Longstreet, waymart Jan, 4, 1888
Heury Itodgers, (painter) April 21. 1871
Hairy Stephens Jan. 4. 1871
Christian tlchoell, Texas Aug, a, 1807
John smiui, Hcott Dee. C, 1871
James II. Torl-y (Bethany). ..March 2.), 1871
Wm. U. Tegeler, Damascus... , Juue 2J, 171
stiphen I). Ward Sept. It, 1874
lioiaco tvistou May20. 18
IV. W Westou Sept. D, l!l
JiHinh 1). West Feb. 1. 1802
Horace A. Woodllouse March 11, 1800
Moses ward, Hetli my April I, 18B7
ntho iVuguer (South Canaan). .Feb. 10,1871
Ann. 31.-3jgiupI Service, aged 80
e.-iri). 4 months aud 21 days, diod ou
.Mj.'int i;i i in a hospital in Austin, t o;
tir couuiy. Pa. His rcmnius wtru
shipped to Gouldeboro station, from
tnuro to tno residence ot undertaker J.
G rrey, and on Tnursduy P. M, eor
viet s wero held in tbo jI. K. church,
Jouth hterllng, by Rov. K. MacUllliiu.
'' .trrmrnt nvido in Boulh Sterling come-
ry. Deceased was formerly a resi
dent of Droller township, baviug owned
a small furm on the north aud Bouth
turnpike and movod to Potter county,
about twtlviijtarsogo. Ho is survived
by thr o daughters. Mrs. Fannie Joues.
ot Scroiitou, Miss Maggio Service, of
Uoston, and Mm. Mary llamliu. ot Aug-,
tip, Potter Co., two sons Alvin, and
r.imer (service, ootu resioents oi Austin,
Pi. Mrj. Service died some Uftaon
John Qilluer. ot Sterling, is alllicted
with typhoid fever aud is under the
cure ot A J. Simons, m. u.
il. A. Lancaster, ol South Storting, is
in inning ncaun.
Mr. aud Mrs. Samuel Frick. ot South
Sterling, aro ontertainiug their first
bano, n littlo daughter.
Kber Abers has gono to West Virgin
ia, whero bo has omploymeot on a lum
Frunfc Akcrsnnd family, of Scranton,
are visiting relatives in Dreher.
A, K Uause has gono lo dtroudsburg.
whero ho has secured employment at
One day last wook, tho sheriff, and two
Stato constables, ot kackuwanna Co.,
wero called to Angels, whero tho labor
ers on the State road aro fed and lodged.
Four of tbe foreigners wore arrested (or
trying to incite a strike tor more wages
and making daugcrous threats ugatnst
soma of ths officials.
Work on tho State road is progrcss.-
J. V. Kerr is making extensive im
provements to his pig sty, shop and
on other necoesary outbuildings.
It voting "no license" will make tbe
wcjthor conditions any drier than they
aro at present in this section of Wayne
county, whero wo need to drink tea or
colleo to savo water for tbe woek's wash
and where tho cows aro falling in milk
on account of tbo water supply, then
wu had better consider tbe matter twice.
When you have a oold you may be sure it
has been caused Indirectly bv eonstlnation.
an 1 consequently you mint first of all take
someining 10 move mo ooweis. this is
what has made Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup so successful and so generally de
manded. It does not constlpalo like most
if Ihe old fashioned cough cures, but on the
other hand it gently moves tbe bowels and
at the same time heals Irritation and allavs
iidlimmation of the throat, bold by l'KIL
Ask Tor Allen's Knot Ease.
....... .. Sn- -.n..1t.. tm,.A -m-
Ing feet, Sample sent FHKE. Also Free
Maniple of the Foot-K as t 8anitart (!oun.
1'ai, a new invention. Aauress, Alien s
Olmstead, Leltoy, N. Y.
FitEEl Fit UK I FiiKBl Tbo Philadelphia
Pi'ess recently completed a handsome
premium catalogue which thoy are dis
tributing free. If you are already u
reuder of a Philadelphia daily nowt
paper, writo to-day for premium catu
logU'j aud got next to tbe twcntioth c-in-tury
way of securing beautiful premi
ums, ollerod to people who subscribe by
mail Address The Press Circulation
Department, 7th and Chestnut streets,
.lint a little I'aseaiweet Is all that li neces
sary to glvo your baby when It Is cross and
peevish. Cascaaweet contains no opiates,
nor harmful druga and Is highly recommend,
id by mothers everywhere. Contoiiua to
the National Pure Foods and Drugs Law.
Sold by l'KIL Tbe Druggist.
Was thero any enthusiasm at the ball
grounds last Saturday afternoon, say
about tbe lost halt ot tho "lucky sev
enth" I It reminded one ot the day the
scoro was Carbondale, 0 ; Uono&dalo, 4.
The Taylor Keda, tho Champion team of
Lackawanna county, como over to glvo
Uonesdalo Its first dotoat of tbo season ;
and they came very closo todoing it too.
But the balloon went up in the seventh,
and tbe whole visiting team took a ride.
Two eioglos, a double and a wild throw
gavo Taylor throe runs in the first in
ning. Attor two wero out in the fifth n
bad throw gave anothor Red a safety nt
first, two doublos thon mado two moro
runs tor tho visitors. They then had
live, and Honosdala none. But Bonner
drow a pass In that- fifth inning, and
Giles's two bagger scored him. Tho lo
cals began to get on in thosixtb, making
two si to hits, but wero unable to get
one over the rubber. Murray started
tho soventh with a clean single ; Conner
was safe on an error. Bingloi and or
rjrs then came right along, until thero
had bocn tour ot each, and seven Eagles
b td circled the bases tor tallies..
Ueesling fannod 12. gavo 3 passes, hit
Kvaos, and allowed 7 hits. Weisenflub
struck out 4, gavo 2 posses and allowed
10 bits. Giles, of Carbondale, played
second for Honesdale, and did good
work. Giles, J. Morris, WoisenQub,
Dempsoy and Jordan hit for two bases.
Tho scoro :
, . It II E
ravior iteas-j u o o 2 o u () 0-r 7 4
Uouesdale 00 0 01070 x-8 10 7
Uonesdalo lost the first gamo sinco tho
reorganization on Monday last, but as
Frod. Schuorholz was in tho box (or Cab
asauqua nobody is weeping over tho m
suit. It was a pitcher's battle, with hoiv
ore evou. A delayed throw-in from right
Held gave the visitors tho only and win
ning run in tho niuth. Steele, of Mil
(ord, was in tho box (or Uonesdalo. aod
ho was all to tho good. Ho funnel 12,
gave 2 walks, and allowed but two hits.
Schuerholz fanned 7, gavo 3 passes, and
allowed 2 hits. The run was scored on
a baso on balls, a steal and a hit to right
field. Had Hossliog returned the ball
as Boon as ho got it tho runner would
havo been out easily.
Tho ecoro :
It It E
uataeauqua 0 0 0 0 o o 0 0 11 2 3
uoncsdaie o o o o o o o o o-o 2 s
Uonesdalo mot its Waterloo on Tin
day afternoon, a badly played gamo by
tho looals resulting in a victory for Cit
asauqua by a scoro of 10 to 2. Hessling,
who has heretofore been invincible, win.
ning gamo attor gamo, mostly by shut
outs, nan an ou-aay, and wo wore
obliged to suffer the CODseaunnnna t ut
whatever our disappointment thero was
no justincation lor tne evidences ot din
approval of his work in which the crowd
indulged during tho progress of tho con
test. Indeod. while he mav have l.ren
held in a measure responsible for the
unusually large scoro rolled up by the
visitors, it was certainly not his fault
that none of the Uonesdalo nine wero
able to hit Schneider, who pitched a
thoroughly good game, and who. with
his capital support, is entitled to full
creau tor the victory won.
Sept 1 Kingslcy McCullough, who
Damascus, Pa., will spend this week
in, vuu .mapics wiin nis grandmother,
Mrs. D. II. Beach.
Miss Ella Calkins and Mrs. Irving K!
more, of Foetordalo, N. Y were recent
Iv entertained bv frionrla h Asa
Mrs. W. U. Armor has roturnod home
W. H. Tegeler returned Mouday. after
a h....i ... . . i , . . . .
u vuui vieii, iu uis uiu nomu nt atiian
villo Uoights. Mr Tegeler ia a prosper
mis drllf maf. nr WaaS llmoa U..
U. J Carr, ot Scrauton, and Robert
Uumphroys, of Brooklyn, wero in town
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Lillio, of Bro. k
lyn, nro spending a fow days with Mr
nml Mra Mnrint. Ilrnui.
Twontj-Uvo pcoplo celebrated last
Tuosday evening by giving a corn roast
on tho rocks at 'Thn Falls "
Mrs. Byington and daughtor returned
to their home at Uallstoad, on Friday
The Friday eveniog dance at tho
Fulls Houso was well patroniccd.
Paul Tllm in Inft fnr !!'.. oh..... n
-- - - - J.1UUII wu
Friday last, en route for Boston, Mas.
W. C. Bock. Division Passenger Agent
oi now xorK uuy, was In town 11)..
riflV. nnlllncr nn Inn nalpnno nl tl.n L-....
Wm. Dean and family havo moved
iu u jokoui, ra.
Mr II n ll tl,. tTnn.,.i .. I .........
- - ' - ..iiiivuii 1. 1. 1. ui
friends, who have been occupying ono
ui (uuuunguiowe returnea to iew York
on Sundav Inns
Miej Lizzie Altast has returned from
n trip to at. l,ouih, Mo , and is spending
tho week with Mra. D. U. Beach.
ThirtAan mn,..nii.l.i,.l...j . .
......WUHvuun iuune uMjjjDunainisr
rido to Cochectoa, Thursday ovoning
uuu uuonueu tuo apron sale.
Consipkradlk light is thrown ou tho
method by which eomo "duRtorn" tro
manufactured in tho Stato of Iowa by n
prusecuuon tor practising moaicnio
wunouta cortiacate. The court said:
"The 'doctor' loft tbe farm in 1902 aud.
aftor studying at the 'Northern Illinois
uouege ui upntnaimology and Oto ogv
two months, was awarded the desrea of
'doctor ot optics.' Ue then pursuod a
correspondence course in tbe same
school during tbo summers of 1902 and
1903. aod became entitled to a 'master
diploma' upon tho payment of J-10.
Thereafter, ho took a 'regular courso' ot
threo months at tbo 'McCormick Neu
rological C)llogo,' and becamo a 'Doctor
of Neurology' March 1, 180S, Asido
from this he bad read several articles
in the magazines, and aooupleot works
Kodol will, without doubt, make your
stomach strong and will almoat Instantly re
lieve you of all tbe symptoms ot Indigestion.
It will do Ibis because It Is made up of the
natural dlgeitlvo Juices of the stomach so
combined tbat It completely digests tbe lood
juat as tbe stomacb will do It, so you see Ko
dol can't fall;to help you and help you
promptly. It Is told here by l'KIL The
A Business Education.
A business education has enabled
many people to attain high salaried po
sitions Bookkeeping aud Bborthsud
should be learned in a well-equipped
school. By tbe thoroughness of its
courses and completeness of its equip
ment, tbo Lackawanna Business Col
lege has become tbo largest school ot its
kind in this section of the country.
Over 500 students in attendance last
year. A poet card will bring our new
Journal, showing the various now otllco
appliances usod for instruction,
LACKAWANNA BUSINESS COL
LEGE 31C Washington Avenue. Scran
ton, Pa. K!w2
In Pittsburg, last week, Harry Pink
erton, a police-alarm operator, was able
to save a life, because he is a cripple,
having two artificial logs. As Pinker
ton was walking along a street on tho
North Side be saw William Wilson
writhing at the end of a trolley line feed
wire which had broken looeo. Wilson
could not let go ot tbe dangling wire,
Pinkerton hurriod to Wilson and jerk
ed him away from tho wire. Pinker
ton's cork legs being non-conductors,
the current could not iujuro him.
COLORS ARE UP
Andrews Opens Headquarters
For Presidential Campaign.
Pennsylvania Will Try to Excel Her
Glorloun Majority of Half a Million
For Theodore Roosevelt at Next No
vember Election. With Taft and
Sherman aa the Standard Gearera.
The Party Organization Wsi Never
In a More Harmonloua Condi
tlon. Special Correspondence.
Philadelphia. Sept. 1.
With tho opcnlnf? of the state head
quarters In this city yesterday the Re
publican campaign In Pennsylvania ta
now fairly under way.
Colonel Wesley II. Andrewa, chair
nan of the Republican state commit
tee, vraa busily engaged all summer In
arranging the preliminaries for the
state canvass, so that everything waa
In good ahapo to begin tbe aggressive
work which will be carried on until
the polls close on election day. Tues
day. Not. t.
Vhllo even the Democrat! concede
Pennsylvnla to Judge Taft and the en
tiro Republican ticket, It will be tho
aim of the Republicans of tho Key
atone ntnto to maintain the proatlge
which they hao long enjoyed of be
ing tlm bannpr Republican stato of the
II nmv tin (Utllrult to surpass the glo
rlnut r "id nf half a million plural
ity clvtn l.v lvnn ylvitnla to Pruuldent
UofHtli, I ut It U the purpose of tbo
sturdy Ili'p' 'Hi of this splendid
comtimrwi. .iltn tu t'tnleavur to excel
evt'ti (IihL m rouiplishmeitt at tho com-
(UK eltM tint).
Organization In Splendid Shape.
Ijurlng tin Imt two months Chair
man Anli'ws hrib liwn working untlr
Inuly tu pt-rfect tho various county
orKunUatlntis, and ho has succeeded
In whipping matters Into excellent
trim for tlm starting of the moro eci
lous busliu'bs of tho canvass.
Thcie are COOO county committee
men ntroady upon the firing linn, and
they nro alert and active In promot
ing ttiw eause of the party nominees.
Tho count chnlnnnn are now cnga?
cd in compiling their list of vigilantes
who will comprise an army of ttO.000
wldf-nwako and patriotic Ponnnylva
nlnna eulMcd under the banner of
Republicanism, and determined to
rout the enemy at every point.
Every school district will be thor
oughly canvassed, and early reports
regarding popular sentiment In var
loun parU of the state are most grntl
Tho Republican organization of
Pennsylvania was never more harmo
nious, nor was thero over evinced a
more pi enounced spirit of loyalty to
tho party standard bearers.
Walton Heads Speakers' Bureau.
The announcement by Chairman An
drews of hi appointment of former
Speaker Henry Walton to be chUf
of the bureau of speakers waa every
where accepted as an assurance that
thla feature of tho campaign will re
ceive competent and o&reful attention.
Mr. Walton la familiar with the Inter
ests of the aeveral counties, and he
has a wide acquaintance among pub
He men of tbo different localities. He
is In a position to enroll a formidable
corps of spellbinders, and it is pro
dieted thnt In airanging for mectlnss
and pruldlng them with sponkcm he
will mako an exceptional record.
Mr. Walton has already bocn In
touch with Chairman Hitchcock, of
the Republican national committee,
and ho has been promised some of tho
moat forceful and eloquent men, who
will be on tho stump this fnll for 03
flgnment to meetings to bo held In
the debatablo congressional districts.
National Committee Support.
The fnet that Senator Penrose has
been nppiii.itJ on tho executive com
mitten of the Republican national com
mute, and that private ofllcea h s
been assigned to him In the nati-.. :
committee headquarters In Now . i
where ho will spend much of thu time
during tho campaign, will bo of ma
terlal asstataneo to Chairman Ar
drowR and Mr. Walton In their off uj
to havn tho committee send to p, i
pjlvMila n Httong assignment of Rp;iit
ere, and to otherwiuo assist tho state
orgi)!it7nthm lu Its nmbltlen to r-ur
p:icn tho Roosevelt plurality of four
Andrews Is Sanguine.
"Republicans of Pennsylvania." aald
Colonel Adrewa to Jay, "will be trun
to their party at the coming oleetlon
Theio Is no good reason why any R -publican
should desert bla colors In
this campaign, and wtt can fairly loo'
for many giitus from among tbe ranks
of the first voters nnd tho thousands
of (lttens who wero formerly allied
ulth tho Drm leratlc party, but who
are not In sympathy with It3 preoiil
rnndldate or Its pnlh-le and who In
tend to ote thu full Republican tlckM
"V. Hh broad and wise pnllclea tht
Republlrnii party h.M dcvliptM th
Industrie of this Btnte until It Is far
more Important In Its Intenats tha'i
any other stato In the Union, and It
has morn at ktako In this campaign
than fnv of them. A chtinKe In thea
pollcUs would Inflict more damage to
Pennsylvania than to any ether com
mnAuaIth, and, therefore, It stands
to pMum that Pennsylvania should
Fupport tbat party What In true of
Pfi.niiyKri.il la in a degree applica
ble t- many other etaU.i.
"P.very nifn In Pennsylvania Is di
rectly concerned In tbe outcome of
this contest. Every farmerall of
whom are prosperous, must recognize
the fact that the perpetuation of Penn
s)lvanla's manufacturing Industries
iiK'Hns continued prosperity for the
tiller of the soil.
Farmers Directly Concerned.
Fnrmors in Pennsylvania are pros
perous tu n uuHtir degreo than ever
l f" e, i.iiil they do not havu to send
tier pi-dirt :n lo Hew York or other
ritttrs, bur Ui. y havo a home market
initdf up of thf hundred of thousands
of iiilz-n.4 ennged In industrial en
teiprlsea In their very midst They
havu a vital Interest in thu continu
ance of Republican administration of
nfTalia In tho stato and nation which
has developed these Industries and
brought About this condition. There It
a healthier tono manifested In all
bUKtnofH lutuit'Hts throughout the
I'uli.'il Stat"S and thu temporary stag
nation Is ahotit over. MIUs are start
ing up, ninl thousnnda who were Idle
nro goltiv; to work. The country la set
tling down to normal conditions. After
a period of unexampled prosperity,
which was followed by a temporary
testation of business, there la cow a
resumption of trade, a revival of In
dustrial activities and an asairranee
that with the continuance of Republi
can rule the country will expand In
wealth and power In every direction.
"Pennsylvania will blase the way In
November lu a national movement
that will mean greater happiness for
all of tho American people during the
next four years."
A MENDMEiNT TO TII12 CONSTITUTION WlO- !
A.t:yOK,u ,u ciim;s up this uom-
V.HJiVKALTU Tlimil Al'l'KUVAI, UK UK
JhUTiON 11V TUB LI E.N bit AI ASSIIMllbV Oh
7Mf 5-HMMiJNWKAlsjTII OF l'KNNr bVANIA,
rtULslSHKU II Y OltDKll UP TIIK hHCKKIAll)
OP TH K i'OMMONWKAl.Ttl, IN I'l ItCUANCi;
UP AKT1CLK XVIII UP TIIK CUNtll I fUTlO.N.
A JOINT HKSOLUTION
rrojioslng Amendmeutii to ttie Constitution of the
Cutnmoiiwfuith of 1'rnn) hnnln to at to Con
Mlidalr tlio Court of Common I'lcnn of I'lill.v
aelhla nnd Allicliniy Cnuiitits, nnd to ile
thf Ct'iicnil Atstmbly Power to IXablUli a
Si pa ni T Court In lint.iielplii County, with
Criminal nnd MMrrlintirous .lurtFdU f in.
PeitK.il 1 He It teolul t- Hie Hrnnte nnd
llouce of ItM'rcf-rutntlw in tint, ml A" uil')
met. Tbat th follow Uii: nrntmlimm. t,. n..t r...
tltutlon of I't nnnrlvniiia hv, nnd tho nnif nu
lierchr. profofed in actordanto Willi the iUh
tcrnth arilcfo thereof
mru cectioii tlx 11 r nrtkin nvn t... iitii.wi.,t it
striking out the fild nation and iimcmtiK in
place thereof the follow inn
Section C. In the tonntio i-f I'hl!ndcl.l,U nnd
Allcsheny ell tho Jurl-dicUon nnd puwitm now
',,y " p' vn.i iiuiuu.Tcu I'ouns oi lunimon
DleSS Khftll tie IRled In mm mitM ..f
ideas tn cadi of nU) (ountici, roin.n-(, uf nil
the Judges In inniinUiioii in raid tuurtn. Suh
Jurlfdlctlop nnd powem fhall extend to nil pro-
been Itistltutrd In Ihe inrrnl Humbert d tourtt",
and shall bo Mibject to ruth thatitrts ns may be
made by law, nnd utJett to ttunge of tuue ns
provided by liw The iresldent Judge of inch of
the said courti stnll bo t-eleittd ns pro Mid t y
may be. br law. Ineri'imid from Hum in time
This amendimni thall tako clTect on the Urt
tfiuuuii ui jaiiuiirj nuiii'iniDK in nuuj lion.
Section 2. That oniric five. Sfrtlnn rlttil In
amended by tunklnit nil addition thert-to that
mo fuiiip t-iinn reni ioiiows:
Section h The fi1d courts In tho counties of
Phlladt tjiljla and AllrRhtny, nst'ecthtly, olmll,
from time to time, In turn, dtai nm ir more
of their ludseit to hold Hip enurt4 of ocr nml
termintr and tho courts or quarter pcssfons nf
the ptire of paid ountlci, In ntn h tinunrr ns
mar be difvtted hv law PrnUU-.l. Thnt In llio
county of rhllndelphla Ihe Central Astmbly shall
uuo i"r io rpiamin a peparate muri, ion
Hlstlng of not mure than four jud:e, whkti rhall
have exclusive jurldlttlou in criminal cneit
and lu aucb other mutters ns may bo provided
A true copy of Joint ltCbOlution No. 1.
Secretary of tbe Commonwiulih.
A MHNDMnNT TO THlTcoNSTITtTION I'HO
r rnsi:u tu tih: t:iTizi:vft m this i ni.
MijNM:a.TII POIt TIIIMIt AITHOVAI, (HI UI!-
jr.i-iiu.-s mi i in. ukmiaij as.si:miii.v t)r
TIIK CUMMUNWKM.Ttl Up l'i:.NNSM,VANIA,
PrilMSIIh!!) 1IV tlllllCIl (IP Till! Hl'r ki'tapv
UP TIIK ('OMMMNVi:AI,Tlt. IN IM'ltSCANCi:
ur rtiuiti,r. in or me i'ti.sin I Tlti.N.
A Joint ucsui.PTins
rroposlnR an Amendment to the ContlltiHon of
tho Commonwealth. Allowlns Countlen, C1tls
Iiorough. Townshlpn, School IHstrlcts, or
tuber Municipal or Incorporated Dlntrb if, to
in niiMi i iii ir niuvuii'uut'83.
He It re-ohed by tbo Senate nnd Houe of Ilf p
rencntathes of tbe Commonwt nltli of l'uitijl
vanla In (leneral Assembly mtt. That settlor
eluht, nrttcle nine, of the Commonwealth of Pum
slnnla, reading ns follons.
"Si-Ctlon S. ThO drill of nnv rnnnlv ottv
borotlKh. tOWnnhlD. ndiool dllrl(t. nr nliur nm.
nlclpality or Incorporated district, t xrepi ns
hi rein provided, fh.ill ntvrr exceed trim per
niiiuiii ui'uii mo nBBtMtrii aiue ot mo laxiwe
ironerty then In: nor shall anv such munirio.ilitt
or dlslrlrt Incur nnv new debt or lnrn.ir itn in.
dettednes to an amount exceedlnK two per
tent urn upon such nuressed valuation of propert),
without tho absent of the electors (hereof nt n
public et it tlon, In such manner nn phall be pro
vided by law; but any city, tbe dibt of which
now ptecedt foven per centum of such nuKcst-cd
valuation, may oo nuinomcd iiy law tn in-rn-tho
Bame three per ecu turn, in tho nmm-iti
nt any one time, unon such valuation." t
amended. In Bccardanco with the ornvlalnnsi of
Ihe eighteenth article of said Constitution, so
that said section, when nmended, rhall read n
Section 8. The debt of any county, city, lor
ouch, township, school dhtrlct. or other mutilrl
pality or Incorporated district, cxrept as herein
provided, shall neicr exceed ten per centum upon
the assessed value of tbo taxnblo property there
in, nor shall anv such tuuiitelmlltv nr dl-trfri
Incur any new debt or Increase Its Indebtedness
io nn nmouni exceeaing two per centum upon
cuch assessed valuation of property without tlx
nxaent ot ihe eleciors thereof at n public elec
tion, iu nucn manner ns snnu no proviucu uy i.iw,
A true ccuiy of Joint Heiolutlon No. 2.
Secretary of tho Commonwealth.
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION Pitt).
POSED TO THE CITIZENS OK THIS tOM
MuNWEAIYni Itllt THEIR APPIIOVAI. (Ill 111!-
JECTION IIY THE (1ENERAL. ASSEMIH.V III
THE COMMONWEALTH UP PENNSYLVANIA.
I-L liLIMIKI) IIT Ulll'NK TIIK iSKI'Kiri AlCl
UP Till; COMMONWEALTH, IN rUIlSUANCi
OP ARTICLE XVIII OP THE CUNST11 CTlo.s.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
ProposlnR Aiuendmcnta to Sections Eight nml
Tweniy-une I Arucio tour, setlinns j;icitn
and Twelve of Article Plve. Sections Two.
Threo nnd Fourteen of Article Eight, Section
Ono of Article Twelve, nnd Sections Two and
Seven of Article Pourteen, of tho Cotihiltutlou
of Pennsylvania, and Providing n Schedulo for
Carrying the Amendments Into Effect.
Section 1. Do It resolved by tbo Senate nnd
House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania to General Assembly met, That the
roiiowing aro propossa as amcnunicm io me
Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, in accordance with tbo provisions of the
eignieeuia ariicie inercoi;
Amendment One To Article Four,
Section 2. Amend section tight of nrtlelo four
of tht Coiiflltutlon of Pennsylvania, which renin
"Ho shall nominate and. br and with tho ad
vlco aud consent of twothlrds of all tho members
of the tsenate. anno nt a, secretary of the (Join
monwealth and an Attorney.Gcncral during pleas
ure, a cuperinienaeni or rumic insiruciion ior
four years, and such other oHlccrs of tho Com
monwealth as ho Is or mar bo authorized by the
Constitution or by law to appoint; he shall haie
power to nil an vacancies mat may nnppen, in
offices to which bo may acDOlnt. durlnc the re
cess of the Senate, by granting commissions
wnicn snail expiro ai mo ena oi meir nexi h
nloni ha shall have nower to fill any vacancy tlut
may happen, during tbe recess of tho Senate, In
the office of Auditor General, Stato Treasurer,
Secretary of Internal Affairs or Superintendent of
rut) lie instruction, in a juaiciai omco, or in tij
mher eti-ctlvo ofllcn which ho is or may bo au
thorized to fllli It the vacancy shall happen during
tbe session of me senate, ino uovcrnor snail iiom
Itmtn to the Senate, before their final udJourn
ment, a proper person to fill said acnncy; but lu
any such tnso of vacancy, tn nn electlw oflKe, u
person shall bo chosen to said ottko at tho next
general election, unless tho vacancy fhall hap
pen within threo calendar mouths Immediately
preceding such election. In which caso tho election
lor said office shall bo beld nt tho second suc
ceeding general election. In acting on executive
nominations the Senate shall sit with open doorn,
and. In confirming or rejecting tho nominations
of tbo Governor, tho vote shall bo taken by na
ana nays, ana man vo cmcruu ou iuv journal,
so as to read as follows:
11a shall nominate and. bv and with (ho nuvb
and consent of two-third of all the numbers of
tho senate, appoint a secretary oi ino oaimoii
wpiilih nd nn Attorney Oeneral d urine nIcttH
ure. a Superintendent of Public Instruction for
four years, and such other officers of tho Com-
mouweaiin as ue ia or may nuenoriziu uy uif
Constitution or by law tu appoint, ho t-lulj h.it
i,nur tn fill nil viu-jtiLlcs that may batu.tn. In
offices to which bo may appoint, during tbe rcn
of thu Senate, by granting commissions whlh
t.halt expiro at the end of their next session, ho
fdiall have power to fill any vacancy th.it may
happen, during the rtccfs of the Senate, In tho
oltUe. of Auditor Uencral, Stato Treasurer, Sec
retary of Internal Affulrs or Superintendent ed
Public Instruction, tu a Judicial oillce, or In nny
oilier e'lectlli unite wnicn uu is or niny uu nu'
ihnrlToil In fill- If Ihn vacancy shall bannen ftiir-
Ing t!u' session of tbo Senate, tho Governor shall
nominate to tne senate, neioro ineir nnai nu'
In.irnment. a. nroocr nerson to fill said vacancy
but Tn any such case of vacancy, In an elective
omco, a person Fnau ue cnoben to sum iniicir uu
the next Uctlon day appropriate to such ofllce,
according to tho provisions of this Constitution,
unless the varaucy shall happen within two calen
dar months Immediately preceding such election
day, In which ease the election for said office shall
bo held on tbe second succeeding elertlon dny
appropriate to such office. Iu acting on executive
nomination the Senate shall sit with open door-,
and, hi confirming or rejecting the nominations of
tho uovtrnor, tne voie snnn oo mm-ji vy jtm
and nay, and shall be entered on tho Journal.
Ameudment Two To Artlclo Pour, Section
Section 3. Amend section twenty-ono of artlclo
four, which read as follows:
"Ibe term of the Secretary of Internal Affairs
shall be four years; or tuo auuiiof uencrui inreu
years, and of the State Treasurer two years
Thcte officers hhall be chosen by tho eiualilicd
eletlors of tho State at general elections. No
person elected to tbo office of Auditor Ueueral or
Statu Treasurer fhall bo capable of holding the
uamo utile e for two consecumo terms," bo as to
rTiia 1 1 mi. t,t iho Cerrctarv of Internal Affairs,
the Auditor Uclieral, und tho stutu Treiuure-r
t-hall each be Tour years; nna tney man no
chosen by tho quiiIMcd lectors of tho Stale nt
general elections; but a State Trensurtr, elctid
in iti vi-nr nna thousand nine hundred and nine.
shall servo for three ear, aud his successors
shall be elected nt tho general election In the
year one thousand nine hundred and twelve, and
In every fourth year thereafter. No person
elected to the office of Auditor General or State
Treasurer fhall be capable of holding tho samo
omie jar two consecutive terms,
Ameudnieot Three To Artlclo Five. Section
Section 4 Amend section eleven of article five,
whna reaas as ronows:
"F.vfjmt ss otherwise nrovlded In this Constl
union tuntlces at tho neare or aldermen shall be
elected In tbe several wards, districts, boroughs
and townships at tbe time of tho election ot con
stables, by the qualified electors thereof. In such
manner as shall be directed by law, and shall be
commissioned by tbe Governor for a term of
five years. No township, ward, district or bor
ough shall elect moro than two Justices of tbe
peuco or a mermen wiiuoiu tue i-unocm ui u ma
jority of tho qualified electors within such town
ship, ward or borough; no person shall be elected
to such office unless be fchall havo resided within
the township, borough, ward or district for ono
year nest preceding bla elstlon. In cities con
taiulng over fifty thousand Inhabitants not more
than one alderman shall be elected In each ward
or district," to as to reaa:
Knnt ssi oiherwlse Drovlded In this Constltu
tlon. Justices of tbe peace or aldermen shall be
Cietieu III HIV ICTirai waiun, uiiiium, uuivuu.
or townsnips, ny tne quaunea electors inercor, hi
tbe municipal election, la such manner as shall
b directed br law. and shall be commissioned
by tbe Governor for a term of six years. No
more than two Justlcn of the peace nr aldermen
without the consent of a majority of tbe qualified
electors within sucb township, ward or borough;
no person sbatl be elected to sucb office unless
ha thill hsva resided within the townshln. bor
ough, ward or district for one year next preced
ing CIS election, in cities coniaimas ovr 11117
thousand Inhabitants, not more than one alder
man shall bo elected lo each ward or district.
Amenamcni r our 10 Arutie citc. ocvuuu
flMlrtn K. Amend section twelve Of article flVO
of the Constitution, which reads as follows:
"In Philadelphia there shall be establUbed, for
each thirty thousand Inhabitants, one court, not
of record, or police and civil causes, with Juris
diction not exceeding one hundred dollars; such
courts shall be held by magistrates whose terra
of office shall be five years, and they shall be
elected on general ticket by tbe qualified voters
at large; and In tbs election of the said magis
trates no voter shall vote for more than two
thirds of tbe number of persons to be elected
when more than one are to be chosen; they shall
u romnonufftil ontv hv fixed salaries, to be itald
by said eountn and shall exercise such Jurisdic
tion, civil and criminal, except as herein pro-
ided, n u how ixerciMd by nlJcrnicn, mibject
to such ihaiiKCK, not ltivolvinK nn tiicr-iifa c - ivll
jttii-Mji. tu.il or uiiieintig i-.iiuiiiii iititie-, . may
N intuit by low. Jti I hiladctphln the iiftk. of
aldcrnmn I- nboll&tirs!." po n to tend follows:
iu PliilndelphU thero shall It 1 stjiltliche d, for
tfawi thliiy ihuusand InluiMiniitf, uiu court, hot
of record, of polhc nr.d iivii nuisex, with juris-
u.v... il 111.1, 1AII1I1MIH llllt IIIITIUII'II (ll'IMC. nucn
oittt shall le held b inngl-irnte whoso term
of ciUco hali le i-lv t (ir. nnd they shall lo
1 Ice ltd en fjtHitrtil llik.t nt tru muiiKlpnI tlec-
iitp, 1 uiv ij u.iuiK 1 mum 111 liiiKr, nttd IU tno
im 01 e.1 tne. mid in ivi-trmis uu voter shall
ot fir iurc tlinn UMi-uiirds tif the iiumbtr rr
In oil" tn 1 1. 1 11 ! when more than unc nro to
I 'io-i'i nny .inn ii 1t1T1ip11n-.1tt.il only by
v'! iliru-, in li p. nt h said iount nnd
in'! 1 m run sui h jui isdii 1 ton, t ivil nnd enm
if. txupi im Inn Iii piovjiUd, nit 11 t.ow exer
1-.1l i.i'teitncn, sul'jut tu mc h thungc?, not
hv. ivin .in tn p. r 1 1 ll juried ctlcn or ten-
r.ng pi.liTi-.ii iiuii.h, 11- tiim- In 11 nut; ly law,
II l lni.iitiipiii 1 tin nm 1 ui ui j. nn 111 1- n oiiiLcd.
Amendimii' six lo Arthlo Kighi,
i-'i it ion I hue.
Pillion d Aliidi.l nillf.n luu nt nrllclo flttit.
whi h rtndA ns ftlluf
iiie Fciutnl election hull be held annually on
I i' ilMMl-iy 11 XI Toll in ma thn tlr-t Motxliiv nf
.Niiveintur. but tlu Uiliiliil An-ttnlilv 111 11 V lv taw
11 11 nifliltnt day, iMii-lluid-i of nil the numbers
if 1 im li Mtiif ennsi'iiitiiR thirctn," tm ns to rendi
Die k'tnir.il tlittion Ii ill tf In Id 1 U tin Lilly on
tin lutsday t.ext following Hie nrt Monday of
Ninembir in null 1 veniiutnbcred jenr, but tho
tie in nil AsmiiiM) mny by law fix a iliflircnt day,
twn-ihlrds nf nil tbe nit mbe rs nf each MoU'-c roti
HtniiiiR the ra. Provided, Thnt such tteeilon
shall uiwii u- In Id In nu t vcii-ntiinbered year.
Ami tidli rut Six -To ArUe le- Klght, Si-ctintl lhrte
i-ieimn ,. .xintttvi section iiir.-o or tirtii w tight,
whu tl Ii itl-i n h follows.
ah i i.-i iions tor city, ward, borough nnd
titwij'li!p 1 tn. i tr, fur regular lit tin of Mrvlce,
ill 1 1 h id 1 n tin- third Tucfdny of lbru.iry,'1
All Jmlf-r- df.ted by tin electors of the Ptato
ai lupe 1111 be elcitid ut cither n priirnil or
mo nil ip it Hun, 11 s clreuiiiet.uut a m.iy rcnulro.
All iltitlnns for judges rf tho i ourts fur tho fev
er.il juiliitiil ilidtrltts, ninl foriounty, city, ward,
borough, nnd town-hip officer, for tegular ternn
of ftrvlce, shall bo In Id on the? municipal election
d i . n.itiuly, tbo Tuesday next following tho
Hi 1 Monday nf NoVembrr in tacli odd-nnnif-i rt d
js.ii. but tln Gent ml Asocinbly mny b iw fix 11
dinutut daj, two-thirds or nil tbe in-inbtr of
null llnuc ctniK nilug thereto: Prmidc-il, That
sinli tli'illon shall nlwnjs be held In tin odd
uiiinbi rul jtar.
Amendment Siun-Tn Article Klght, Section
ti.M 1 Amend M-afon fiurttcn of nrtlelo
iin. tail, h r. ui-. h tnilow- -
'i'l-tiiit tl. al.-ii bo.nds lull ronlpt of a
jude a tut two lii ei tut , who hhali bo choini
.iiuiuall) ly tin 1 111t 11-. Km li th cior shall hnvo
the tight to vote for tin- Judge and one inspehnr,
ml each ltitpiar xhall itppolnt one c!t rk. Ttio
llr-t ik'itUni t-oard'fir uti) tu-w dlt-trkt shill bo
-nid, and Miiumie- In ilcitlon bnirds llllrd,
iih shall le provldul by law KIci turn otlUt-nt
nlmtl be prlvilt ki ! 110m nrre -t upon day nf eh c
mm. ami while (.ugiigid In miking; up nnd trans
mitting return. ext-t uputi warrant nf n court
if record nr JiidRt' thcrnir, for nti 1 In Hon fraud,
r i lony, nr for wanton bnaili of Hit- arc In
litis tiny mny ilniin xi 1111 ttuti from jury duty
during their tuinn uf Hrviie, ' fu ns in ita.l -
I n-irii t It (tion In) ltd 4 li til eniifiUt nf 11 judgn
and two In inititr-, who shall bo ilioam bli n
m.illv. bv tin 1 illMi- ut Hit' iiitinlilpiil cleelfon;
luttht titiiii.il -i iiibly mny rcitlM said boanis
It iii'iiiiitnl In sui Ii iiiainii r us M liny by
inw provldt' I,awi rigulatlng tho iippnttitiui tit
f mhI boardt tn it y In emu led tu ripply tu It Ir
nu l'mv i.l.d, 'Hint Mil h Ihwk be uniform for
1 Uu of the -unit' 1 last. K.11 It t let tor Fhall havo
Uu iiKlil tn via. for Hi.- JifUe nnd one Inspector,
ai. I cult lun(nlor shall appoint one cltik. Tho
(list ai'Ml.i I -u.i id fur nti) tuw diotrict Mia It bo
h.'ttil, tuid vm am ies In iltctlcn boards 11 1 led,
11- fli.ili be piuvldtd 1 law i:ii-aoii olllicrs
hall 1 1 ptlvlli'i:id from tiriet Upon tlajri tif
tli 1 tion, ninl while ciiriki.I in iiiakliirt up and
traiiFiiiiiiiiiR ti'Mirns, iv.pi upon variant nf n
out I nf renin), 01 JuiIri Ihireof, for nil rleitlott
fraud, for fi lony, ir ior wanton breath of 11m
ptuit In 1 tlti- tlit) may claim t'xtinptinn from
Jury dut) dtirint; th Ir ti mm nf Ft rvii e
vniiudtueut lllvht-lu Aril It Twelvo,
Si tlon Ono.
Si 1 turn 0 Atnrnd si'iiiou one, nrtlelo twclro,
whi. h n ui" ii- IoIIowk --
'Ail nilli m, who 1 siliciion Is not provided
frr In tliU t'titistiiuiion, hall bo tinted or np
(Kilntcl a- may tu dlreited by law," Fit ns to
Ail officers, whoso peleitloti U not provided for
In thli Constitution, shall bo ileetcd nr appointed
11- may ht- dlrccied by law: Provided, 1h.it clec
imiH of Ktnto oH'.eertt shall be lit Id nn u Kcneral
1 In Hon day, nnd elections of loi-nl olllrtrit Fhall
le In Id nu it munb-lpal eleitlon iliy, except when.
In elthtr r.'ii-e, Fpnlil eltitlons may bo iciulrca
(0 fill uiu xtlrt d it mis.
Amendment Nine To Artlclo Pourtccn,
Set tlon l'X Amend fcitiou two of artlclo four
teen, whirl! tend follows
t runty tilllnrs Flint! bo elected nt tho general
elections nnd t-luill bold their oltkc for thn term
of thite ciirs. Iikzlnului; nn tho first Monday of
.Iniitiary next nfli r llnir chrtlou, nnd unlit their
-in t.-ui- hail br duly iiialified; till vutiiucies
not nlhirwlFo proMdnl for fhall bo filled hi such
tn.iniur m ina to provided by liw," o as to
Cnuniy nlTlcrrs thall ho ttcctcd nt tho munlrlpnl
. ii lions nnd thnll Imld tin ir niihra fcr thn term
nf four jiarn. In Klnnliti; cm tho Ilrst Monday of
Januiry lit xt after their election, nnd until tin Ir
bUiic-orK t-liall bo duly iualI1ltd; nil Mic-iiliclt-H
not ntherwlsu pinvldrd for, Fhall Im filled In such
manner as may bo provided by law.
Amendment Ten To Artlclo Pourtccn,
Section 11. Amend Fret ion seven, artlclo four
teen, which reads as fullows:
Three louniy comiulFloncrs nnd ttirco county
auditor shall bo elected In each county whero
-u. h Dill tern nro rhohen, In tho jenr one thousand
ciKht hundred aud scventy-fivo nnd every third
jear tlureafter nnd In the election of said officers
em h t)ua)tflcd elc-ttor shall voto for no ninrn than
twu ptrsiiiiK. nnd llio threo persons having tbo
htghrht iiumbe r nt voli t-luil bo tic. ted, nuy
iiifual vaian.y in tho niTlcu of county commis
sioner or county nu liior Fhnll bo filled, by tho
court of common picas of the county In which
ouch vault. -hall orrur, by tho appointment of
uu elntur nf tin prop, r rounty wlui Fhnll havo
voted for tho nihiulsslouer or auditor whoso
pjaic Is to bo filled,' so ns to read
Three county ciiuimlst-loncrs and threo county
auditor Fhall Lo elctted lu each county whero
eui h nfilri is tire ehoMii, iu I ho car nna thousand
nine hundred and eleven nnd every fourth jenr
thereafter; and lu ihe tin tlon nf t-aid oiuccr inch
qualified 1 tutor shall voto for no more than two
pin-on-, nnd tho threo ptrxoiH having tho hlgh
st number of votes Fhall bo elected; nny cimial
vinamy In the otllro of county tommls&totie r or
inunty auditor shall bo filled, by tho court nt
1 otiimnn pleas of the county Iu whirl, such u
1 nm y 'hall o. Mir, by the appointment nf an
tin tor of the ptnptr inunty who shall have voted
for tho eommUsluuer or uudltor whot-u placo Is
to bo filled.
Schedule for the Amendments.
t'ection 12. Hint no imonvcuitmo may nrlso
from tiie chntigtrt In tho Cniibt llutlon or tho
Ciiinmonwrnlth, nnd In order to carry the patno
into eotuplctc operation, It la hiuby declared,
In the cape of nir.rerii tie. ted by the people, nil
terms of nlllce flxnl by net nf AFFMiibly nt nil
odd tiumter nf tara i-ball imh bo luiKihened
one ur. but llio I.t pll.tluro mny rhaiiKc Ihu
ltnuth oi lln t nn. provided tho ti rms for which
sin li otTlcim nru ekited thall u1vmi" b tor tin
even numt.tr of jenrn.
The above cxlrnslon of ofilclal term "-ball not
nfTect oilliers elected nt tbo Kcnernl lei tlon nt
emu thousand nine hundred nnd right, tmr nny
illy, ward, borough, township, nr elertlon dl
viftlon nificerp, wIiofo terms of nflUe, under ex
i lint; law, md In (ho )iar onu thousand nlno
liumlrc d and ten.
In llii' 11tr mw Ihoiuand nine hundred nnd ten
nn inuiiii Ipal ilr.-tlou shall bo held cm tho third
Tmsday nf IVbrti'iry, ns heretofore; but nil
nfili t rs rhos'n nt Hint election lo nn notice tho
tmut.ir term of whbh Is two jtnrn, nnd nlo nil
election ofileerB nnd npsc-ssors those 11 ut that
1 it. tion, fe)i ill iro until llio flr-t Monday of
Iintmbir iu I ti c tnr nno thousand nlno hundred
nnd eleven Alt otlln rs fnonn nt that elertlon
to ntllns Mi'' teim nf whlih Is now four ears,
01 i- niiido four enis by the operation of theso
uin udmeiits or this Fchfdulr, Fhnll servo until
tin tlr-t Motidiy nf lieeembir In the 5 ear ono
thou and nine hundred mil thlitetn. All Justices
or On p an-, lnncisti.ites, nnd nldermen, ctieiFcn
nt that 1 if 1 tlon, shall i-rrvo until tho first Monday
of Hentubir In tho year ono thousand nlno hun
Jnd nnd flftim. After tho jenr nineteen hun
drril nnd ten, nnd until tho Lrftlslaturo fhalt
otherwivo rrnvldo, nil terms of city, ward, Imr
ouuh. lownhip nnd rlcetlnn division olllf era shall
bcRln on the first Monday of IK comber In nn
All city, ward, borough, nnd township officers
tuddinK ollin ul llio d.lte of tlm approval of theso
nun n-lttn nt- wIicirc terms of nllhe may end In tbo
) nr one thousand nine hundred nnd clcevu,
hull n.ntluiin to hold their nlllccs until tho first
Monday nf Jiectmbcr of that ear
All juiIrih nf tho courts for tho several Judicial
dMrhiB, nnd nlso nil county officer, holdinn
ollbe nt the date nf tho approval of I he kg nmend
mrntH, whoo terms of oititn may end In tho tnr
ono thoui-and nine hundred nnd eleven, stnll
continue to hold their offices until the first Mon
day of January, ono thousand nlno hundred and
A true ropy of Joint Itesolntion No .1
Secretary of tho Commonwealth,
CUIKKIFF'H BALK nf VAtiUAllLR HKAT4
kl KSTATE. Hv vhttio of nrnt't'tM isiih1
out of the Coin t of I'ouiiiion Picas of Wnynti
cotitity, nnd 8tnt of Pcmisylvniilft, ttinf to
inn (lln-etuil anil (ltltvt'iicl, I liavt lovifil on
nnd will I'.xpodH tu pulille f".io, nt thn Court
noun!, iioiicsuuin tin
FKIOAV. Klr. U, WIS at 2 p. m,
All of iletemlant's risht. title an1 interest
in lueioiiawinirdBicriuea prop5rty-iO,
ah mat curiam pioa nr paroeii nr una
situate in thn township of Canaan, County
ot Wayne. Slate? of PijunBylvanta, bouuled
and ilettntlbtvl as follotfs :
'HKulNNINtJ at the Uilford aod OweKO
Turiipikn; tbtuod snuth terentfii dnproei
west about twenty-Hven rod it and twtmty
two linki: tliruci) flxtv-four deirreHS msL
abotitnlnerolsand x linkn theaot) iioith
je vtn tee n UeKroes eist twenty-four roU lo
the ItirntilkH aforosnd: theiioe wait alono;
fald turnpike about eleht rods and stx ltnki
tnthM piuuH nf b'iiniliii;. CONTAlNIVtJ
tun. and one half acrcii of land mora or less.
IJelnir mtqh laud wtnoh Morttrnora Tuthlll
conveyed toTrutnun tipraKue by dead daU
recoraou in iteea hook
No. 07, pane 10.1.
Upon said nrmNe ti a one and a half
Jtory housHaud frum'. bam anl other Im
Seized and t ibpn In nzeoutlon bj thn nron-
erly of Truman Pprague at thn suit of U. 1).
u inner, no. jiiiih itTiu iwa. juameni
fKK); real di M 1.17 t5.
TEUM8 OF HALK, OA8II.
Purchaser to nar tl. for deed as tu Sheriff 'j
WM. IJ. lltJAiJKNILJlir, SberllT.
Bhuria'a UHlcts Honesdale, I
Auk. )o. 107. (
Dn. a. v. iiAMtoun,
Will occupy tbe home of E. 8. TUA.VI8
From Auguat 1, lMtt, nutll lurther police.
nn. a it. nit Any, ncniut, noneidoie, r
Of KICK IIOUUS-8 A. u. lo S p. H.
Auy urrninie "Y ui'polulineol.
Cltlzena' pbnnu 33, IluslilHiim. No. 8t X
DeWITT'S CARBOLIZEO WITCH HAZEL
SALVE For PIIob, Burn 9, 8ore