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WFlUfcSDAY. J AS 28, 1S.
Japak has thrpe rrmies marching
en differeot lines in China.
Tf. Southern Suites are more
prononncedin thfiir views againsi
tbo munnfcture and sele
than the Northern States.
Auorr 3000 of the New York State
National Guard, ware called oat on
Saturday to stop the riotous violence
of the trolky railroad strikees in
Tub Conventim Ibat nominated
fX-Gnvcrrtor Pattison for .Mayor of
Philadelphia, closed its work
tow that required the calling
ths police to settle.
The woolen goods labor people
just row are haTiog their work taken
from them bv the large foreign im
portation of ' woolen rfoods, which
Las been brought about by the dem
ocratic reform tariff.
Ecbopean workmen are going
lomc. From Novemer 1st to De
cember 8, just pasf, the es,odu3 from
this country rf passengers by steer
o.rrai while the arrivals
during the month of November by
steerage were ouly 12,886.
Thk Chmeso and Japanese fought
another baft's with the usual result
in favor of the Japanese. It seems
as if their war is to l:e entirely as
w& the wur between Germany and!
France i.i 1870 and 1871, in which
Id not win nue battle
'Ihe Jioyalists oi jiawan is , ,
ra.'itl an attempt to ovennrow iu
ll'nutilic and the democrats in Con-
-rece opposed a resoinnou oi jiu
pathy for the party of tl e Republic. -Tlius
it is again illustrated that
whom the prods wish to destroy, they
first make mad. 'V
(Jovei.xor Pattisox retired fromci-
ficT on the 13 h, and oa the 16 :h he
''as noLjlnKto.I for Mayor of Phil
iklphia. Ia the Convention that
noirirated bim, S28 votes tve-ro c.vt
?:r tm auil 79 votes were "st for
another canuidate.- His nominitiou
was mude unanimous.
Governor Hasti&Vs siv no' a
word for or against Compulsory Ed
ucation. It is taken for granted
that he is against such an nn Amer
ica" Law. He is in favor of t-ie en
largement of tho common school sys
tem to comprehend iadustrial eJu
c.itijn, baud education.
F.ikce Cleveland's tariff reform
:3 vemeut started, this government,
1. is ben compelled to borro'.v one
hundred aui, twenty million dollar,
how much will hi have borrowed by
the tirm' he goes o:it of office. He
is uakin almost half as mny debts
evrv day as were made during the
time of the war, and they are talk
ing about re'rtorinp tbe war tuxes.
Witex Harrison was PrnHulont, tbe
republicen tariff gave sufficici' rev
enue t run lb a government, but j jst
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a, .1.1 Iw i. H u iiuv litt ill iv x.i-uv,w j
reveriiiHS bes'ftn to fall otT. ana
"ff' ' tU J
fitift bill that
lest D' rises.
result is with the new
was par-Sjd by tbe do
covernaaeut canuot me
It keeps on aad on !rrowincr.
Cleveland's administration is onlv
half way through. What will the
A New York broker named
ley, swindled the Mercantile Nation
al Bank of N..-w York out of $141.
000 bv receiving that amount ou
$100,000 bonds. The bonds were
forgeries. $35,000 of the forgeries
are on the city of Ilarrisburg, Pa.
Th" fraud was discovered last Wed
nesday when the back sent a des
patch to Cleveland for quotations on
the bonds that Quigley had deposit
ed iu the bunk The bogus bonds
had not the correct names cf the
mavor and audib, r of Cleveland
. that mi.stiks in the fcrerv led
hift arrt si after which Iih confessed
n i. I j rumored thtit he has stuck
n number of country batiks.
Ho kept 14 horse,, ;
was a swell liver.
tvvo ganteticrii, 4 coachmen
small arrav of servants.
Whi-n the ilemocratic party leaders :
or. inizfd t'ces'.ave holders' robeilion,
it L-.cam r.ecvssarv for coverninent
to ioipope an iricom-.' tax: a i:is ou (
htinor. tol-'Hceo. cii'r., and a tax on
alir. jnl. cvrirrthitiq:. Tiu: tan v.-a ccc
es.i,r 1 1 r!St) :ii')Mov jo put down
t.v.e d.inoei..t:c s'nve-Lolders' reb"I
lioi" Tbo dfiii.ie.rals dneiared all
siiuh t-txea to ba une-jLutit ational
Whai is the fcr'ittiou now? a. d
crtt.ic administration oil vtrars alter 1
the :rr, reduced thf tariff laws 60 j
tT"t t.ae huve not rnotiev euoti'H to I
rur he f;ovii r.inent, tcey resort to
the income tux v;"hich thev so .bitter-
ly denounced. It will not, be a sur
prise to Lear of them a king to re
store c.hrr war tnxes. There is one
brint liuirjg to tho dark incompetent
democratic clouds, and that is their
Congress will go out of poer on the
4th of next March.
The niirnose of a free government 1
-ta open tbe avenues of life alike to
everyone, giving everyone the right to
choose whatever calling or occupation
thej inay, using no compulsory laws,
xof pt to issue equal rights and oppor
tuiiitibd to ail. rod to suppress crime.
That is the corDer stono of the govern
ment cf tbo United Statoa of America,
and there is aa room in it for couipal.
sory education or compulsory religion.
There are, however, a number of cri-
tirelv well meaning people wbo are
wolully ignorant of the first principle
upon which this Republic it based
that aie urgi; g the enactment of com
pulsory edncatina laws. Theso same
well meaning people would be shocked
if tbey were asked to urge the enact
ment of compnlrory religion law..
They would take it as a mortal offense
if priefct, preacher or layman should be
empowered to compol their children to
attend cturch for moril and religious
irjdtrnotion against their own free oon
ecience, and yet for good citizenship, it
ie the moral and not tbe intellectual
triinine that makes the man and
oman. Professor Geo. O. 'Jroff of
Uackaell University, prove by the
following concise article ia tbe Lawis
burg Saturday New of January 19,
1995, bow tl'orougly he understands
the dangers tbtt underlie compulsory
education laws. He says to editor
Foiht of the News( who is the member
from Union county at Harris bnrg.
It is certainly tne right of every
child in this age to be taught the ele
ments of an education as it should be
taught good inora's and industrious
habits. Bat, Air. Editor, ham can it
be brought about? Certainly we oan
not noinpel parents to teach good mor
als and lodustrious habit. Personal-
i It, I would much prefer that my own
children be trained in the moral law,
and be taught to be industrious, polite
and sinoere, than that tbey be tanght
tbe tbree R's and tbe rest be omitted.
Other governments have tried these
things and' failed. In Europe and
New Eoelaod, tbe civil authorities.
have tried to make men upright and
righteous, and we all know tbe result.
Ancestors of mine have left their all
in tbe night time and Add across tbe
mountains of Europe to protecting gov
ernments because tbey would not send
their children to Stale schools and to
State Churches. Tbej finally came to
this country to avoid compulsory edu
cation and compulsory religion. I
still believe as they did, and will resist
to tbe utmost, the enforcement of any
such laws in this S'ate
1 would submit this, however, that
any parent or guardian who does not
leach the rudiments of learning to bis
children or wards, should bo deprived
of tbe rights of sufferage. Would not
this correct tbe evil?
Geo. li. Groff.
How Votes Were Bought and
The contest over tbe election of i
JuJco in the Iadiros, Pa , district, be
r Itlxir and .ur. bite mdi
nf affaira ia
eates a corrap
ters of election iu that district,
investigation i now in progress,
the outcome of the contest to
.Tndu White cannot be foretold.
eording to testimony thus far obtained,
a considerable amount of mouey was
put up on both sides, but tbe most
startling testimony i that given by a
number of witnesses as to bow votes
were bought no 1 'ild. The man who
was doing tbe vote buying took his
place in tho election rood), when the
man who sold his vote cine iato tbe
room and received a ballot from tbe
election board, he stated his inability
to properly mark it, and asked that
the Pertain man, the buyer of votes
should be allowed to enter the stall or
booth and help him mark bis ticket,
and there the buyer of votes marked the
ticket to suit himself and paid the price,
the parties had agreed upon before
tbcv came to the polling place. Tim
testimony in the ca-e revealed the f .c.
that a buyer of votes was repeated y
called in to fix a ticket at a stipulated
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nriiv. nrhicn raoecu iroui uuo uui"i iu
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two dnl ars a vein. ' "" umcni i
lwo,r? . . r i . j;
oandi dates in llie Indiana district were
rt,8S to tae methods that were em.
Eed in their behalf on election d,yJ
pujeu iu lut . i ,
it is something that the oeople did
exnect and which every man should
plore as something that has a tendency
tn the bene
i nrl hi chari? to a jury. tne
ballot law as it is ea!!ed, is shown
ho fl, InHi.-.na method to be the best
-yfm yet devUod for the buying and
7 J satisfactorv ,
, ot A( .bat js n ,
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ocairo in for the buver and seller to
agree upon a price and meet in the
election room. The seller will de.
ciare his inability t3 properly mark hii
ticket and ask that the buyer be allow.
1 to ero into
be stall and instruct nisi,
and there ihe Duyer mams
in snit himself, pays tlie
promised, and bo?h are satisfied
ihc rli.l not cheat aach other.
very plain that the Dew bellot needs to
Mileage Free Railroad Pass-
Ju3 ne Lyons of Mifllintown held I
court in Blair county, list week, j
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ins Alt'jona lnouue ui mo
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1. . t . . .11 . ,t n riftii!ifir case
! iu... l...f.,ia J.iiluii I .v.-irm. as Iljl- !
that whs before Juilge Lyons", as
- tw : n'onnoll nf Al.
tor.ua, who fumcer! in tho county
" f f , - nn tha lril,, char,,e
1 of extortioD, colleciing illegal fetB
I o.wl falao nrflfTISIH. W.14 HCUUltted at
4 P. M. The costs wcr put upon
Charles D. Chanibtrs the prosecutor,
Chambers failed to respond when
his camo was called for senU-neiu;r
n. .Tn.!.r (hreete.1 h oencii
warrant i.isue ior h.s arrest, tin
honor comiuentd u' -a Chiiinbtr h i
conduct as exhibiting au audit f 1-1
nta for litigation. The O ommis j
taiih in tne noiiRsiv oi ineir i - . . ..
aJuJgewnlbuy bis way 7-
n. ria will pen uu uiimi'iu, . . .
t . ti : : 1 uu u v nihil. a - tm-.
iit'. i SIUCI'I b JUUIIIH'T, ,..
lerno- j either to c iilect t h" costs irom Chum
after 1 bfis or t j keep him behind the bars
siocers Attornoy, was ii-"n ''-i
i. is or t j kei
uutil hfl qives good security for
costs. The custom or taking a
for the costs, would be
Tho case was tried before Judge
Lyons and its trial consumed the
. .tni-t f.f r.tm liv's sesnion.
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I ue allegations again!, tiic "ouu
ant were thut he hd charged aud
collected about $15 milage fees from
the County Commissioners, for at
temntini' to servo a warrant on a
criminal in Pittsburg, ho was want
ed for an offence committed in this
. ... y.
county. I1; was shown tnat uoon-
uel had traveled with Uuiet xuiara
on a railroad pass to Pittsburgh, and
the Commonwealth's counsel con
tended that he had 'iot paid his car
fare and was therefore not entitled
to mileage. O'Connel had been com
missioned r.s a detective by the coun
ty court iu 1882, aud had charged
his f :es under the fee bid of 1893
Jud-e Lvons declined to support
Mr. Soaiiff'B contention and ruled
that if Jwr. O Connell had been pro
r ... .
Ti'dod with free transportation, that
was a matter between him and the
Pennsylvania railroad company, and
did not exempt the county from the
liabilitv of Davment cf the mileage
Imprisoned for Debt-
Wai. n. Strawser, of Herndon,
formerly of Snyder county, was put
in the Sunbury tail. Strawser failed
to rav the damages and costs in
breach of promise case, tried in tbe
courts of that county in 1881 brought
ty M. Louisa Shetterly. The case ia
an uuuBual one, and will interest
lawyers and jurists. It is not often
that a mac is sent to jail for debt in
these days of freedom. Under the
common law, Drought over from E-tg
land by the colonists, imprisonment
for debt vras an ordinary occurrence.
In 1842 the Legislators of Pennsyl
vania repealed the statutes of tne
common law, brought over from Eng.
land by the coloniats, imprisonment
for debt was au ordiuary occurence.
In 1842 tbe Legislators of Pennsyl
vania repealed the statutss of the
common law, leaving only a few ex
ceptions by whio'i tan can be im
prisoned for debt and Straws?r's case
was one of them. He must stay in
prison until the debt is paid.
Pattison to Pace Warwick-
Under the head of this article, tho
Philadelphia Inquirer of the 17th
inst , writes: The Democrats have
named ex-Governor Pattison as their
.o..,i;i f.r Mayor. Why should
they have done so"? What elements of
g rength has he? True, he has given
ns a clean admidistratioa. So did
Governor Bsaver. So did Governor
Hovt. So did Governor Harfranft,
ail Republicans, every one of thm.
What particular chim has Mr. Pat
tison upon all the morality of politi
1 mrties? Where did he ffet the
monopolistic control of honesty
purpose! Uoes anyone presume
say that Governor' Hastings will not
equal Governor Pattison in a disp'ay
of integrity snd uprightness? Why
then should Vr. Pattison expect to
be fleeted over a Kepublieau candi
LKies anvone presume
date for Mayor iu a great laspubli
can citr, a Republican candidate
who has been tried in efhe and nev
er found wanting? Why should War
wick be defeated inst to further Gov
ernor P.ittUotf chances for it PreM
d.Titiil nomiuation on a f re J trit.lr
As n matter of f.iot tiie no:iua'it:on
made by tho Democratic Convention
ia by no means strong. Mr. 1 .ttiso!i
carried Philadelphia for Controller
He hai been in one office or tb9 other
for many years, bat sioce his second
election as controller he has beeu uo-
' able to c in v tin city. Evan ia the
disastrous Dahimite? campaign,
wheu iudepend tut feeling r.iu high.
t Pattison w-is badiy beaten ia Pmia
i delphia. What caa ho expect i'l a
year when Democrnts are not wanted
ia any office under the snn, and
wheu tbe S'.ate an 1 City hare bot'j
given for a Republican candidate for
Governor the greatest majority in
their history? Mr. Pattison has ut
terly failed to carry the city except
for Controller, and he will utterly
fail to carry it in February because he
is a Democnt and bacaus-? a mu of
equal integrity is running against
hi;n on tho Mayoralty ticket.
But outside of this partisan feel
intr. which is stroncr. the nomination
mi v prove a weak one ror years
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the D.'mocrat:c party opposed to the
u 11 , .
organization whipa supports him.
1-r years this faction has sought to
. , - , luichme. It is tossi-
je,ibl that Mr. Harrity. who enjiuer
; eu the nomination ol air. trattison.
are g"in to submit tanaelv to their
owa destruction? iFor that i-i what
this no.-jiination m?nns. D vision
,18t b b,ea ff
the micbuie con
ss been jrrant'ed, but
gained? As of yore,
the michine controlled the primaries
aud ilominated the convention, and
were Pattisoa to bo elected there
would not be room for nn nnti ad
ministration Democrat on the face of
the earth. It must be apparent,
therefore, that no anti-ndministration
Democrat can support Mr. Pattison,
and without a united party how can
he hope to be elected?.
This is not the year for a free
trade Democrat to apply for any kind
of an office in tho pfift of tho people.
We have sot enough of Democrats
and their ways. The workingmen
have not enough of them. The only
industry that has thrived undsr them
is that of the soup house, and Phil
adolpuia is just proud enough to pre
fer somethinff else. We do Dot be
lieve that the" ex-Governor stands the
tor s5ineiuinr eise. uu
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slightest chance of carrying the city.
TVushinpfton, .Tun. 17. Iq the Sen
ate to-day the Pension Bill, appro
priating $14t,000,000 was pusaod
witb two important amendments,
o le making $G tlw lowest rate for
tension disability, and another re-
ueslin!? the preseut law cathncr
,v1(, ,,oUfo'ons of non residents.
warf stated during the debate th..
tla q amendment, would increasn
peusitiu expenditures uot exceeoin'r
oue million. Tiio ruil served as a
text for sham criticism against, th
administration of the Pension Ol5e.
Mr. Gallinger took occasion to
criticise severely the past ntterance
ance of Mr. Cleveland as the frauds
existing in the peusioc system. The
Senator said pension examiners were
roaming around the country seeking
frauds which did not txist. T bis
plan of prying and detective work
should be stopped at once.
Mr. Hawley (Hep ) of (Jonnecticut,
,lso stated his objection to tha pres
ent Administration of the Bureau,
and offwred the amendment, 'making
6 the lowest pension rate for dirja
bi.ities, instead of tbe present ratings
of $2 and 4.
Mr. L-xlrfe, severely arraigneu the
Pension Office for delays, but Mr.
Quay said that he had found busi
ness ut the Pension Urace aispa'cnea
quile as effectively as it had been un
der previous administrations.
Mr. Peffer offered an amendment,
fixing $8 as tha minimum pension
rate, but it was ruled out of order.
Mr. Voorhees spoke vigorously for
liberality to pensioners. He did not
share the idea th-t pensioners suould
be suspects. Pensions are vested
rights and should be protected as is
the title to real estate.
Mr. Allen then moved to make $12
the lowest pension rate, but it was
ruled out of order. The Hawley
amendment, making $6 the mini
mum, was then adopted without div
ision. Mr. Gallinger then offered the
amendment repealing the law cut
ting off tbe pensions of non-residents
of the United States. Mr. Davis
(Rep.) of Minnesota, said the present
law worked much injustice on the
northwest borders, where pensioners
us la ho -lUvxed to bmlil uo tbe
! tue anti-ajmiristrii'.ioa . utui-
lost their allowance by yoin in o
The amsrtdment was adopted and
the bil as thus amended was parsed.
It carries $141,000,000.
On the night of tbe 18th thfre
was a big row brought about l y
Mr. Jones of Virginia, trying to pre
vent the passage of a private pension
bill to increase the pension of the
widow of General Abaer Doubleday,
and to pension another widow ywho
prfirmed services as voluntary
nurN during the rebellion. Jones
s dd be was proud of the Lost Cause
that had been fought for in the
t enches. lr. Talber of South Car.
olina became excited and shouted
tho L st Cause is the everlasting
cni8fi and can never be lost. Ajnidst
: scene of excitemeut the Jhouso ad
journed. Rnbecn VVilkiuwu, of rowri3
vulley, Ind., says: "I have been in a
distressed condition for three" years
from Nervousness, Wcakaess of the
Stomache, Dvspepsia, aid Indiges
tion until iuy lie.iitb Wis i?on. I
had been doctoring constantly with
no relief. I bought one bottle of
South American Ne -vine which done
me more good than any $50 worth of
doctoring I ever did in my life. I
would advise every weakly person to
use this valuable and lovely remedy;
A. few bottles of it has cured m
completely. I consider it the grand
est medicine in the world." War
ranted the most wonderful stomach
and nerve cure ever known, trial
bottle 15 cents. S ld lv L. Bnks
& Co., Druggist. Mifflintown,' Pa.
Feb. 1. 9o 1 v.
A Peculiarity f Eggt.
'I MUit my eggs bailed just four
minutes, slid Air. Gjt!i:i-'too. and
I used to wonder wtiy wirii th-it sim
bio 'ireciion to 1)3 f illowed I
could'nt r-t them nlft-a-s the (amp
Son:tti:ues they were to hard, Horn:
tiititjs toi soft, though it was nlwayp.
said tliat they hid been boiled 'ex
actly four minutes ' Hut tne mys
tery l.:n l-.sen cleared up. A uoiii
bor tells us thut it is quite posibt1
that the eggs t-'iould vary, even
though th-y were all cooked for fX
actly t!ie sarn lime. Site siy- tLat
while an ivg one d-iv old would re
quire four ininutts' boiling to attitiu
u certain ueree of hardness, an old
er egg might attain the sam degree
in two miiiiites; rr elso it's yint tho
oiher otv, the new eirg cooks quick
est. 1 don't reiuoojbar whica. But
that is a matter of detail; tuo mam
fact is th.it some ecrgs take lojer to
cook th.-tii others, and it is a sttisfac
tiou to know this." N. Y. Suu.
Ventilate the Hennery.
Ventilation, proju'rly arranger!, is es
ceutial to the lu alth of tiio fowls in
winter, aii'l it tends to im-reaso their
egg laying. Every hennery fchoriM liavo i
a ventilator, hut it should always be
closed tiht ou tiio approach of cold
weather. Many ventilators do moro
harm than f.'ood. Tho idea is to keep the
air circulating only when the weather
is warm. During cold weather snflii-u ni
ventilation can be fjiven by throwing
tho doors and windows open in the day
time. If impure odors seem to ailed tho
inhabitants of the house, tho one t!iin
needed is a thorough cleanin;; thrii!i
out. Cold winds and drafts from venti
lators cause tho death of .'oore fowls
than ai;::ot anything clso 1:1 t!io 11:1-
lirtMetu w.i. 111 jit'ujiou:MjB. i-iiii.-.ii
is tssenti:'.! to tno health of t!:o tow hi,
and heuen to their egg laying, but it
can only bo obtained by foreth luphtaud
care. YVnteu the thermometer and regu
late tha air accordingly. It will pay in
A Good Ration.
O110 man who lives ou the outskirts
of tho city keeps about 300 hens. Tho
morning f -ed consists of a warm m:i-h.
Sometimes it is compased of brau. mid
dlings and ground corn and or.ts, und
sometimes of but onu or two of these.
A little egg food is added to this mash
three times per week. Tho refuse and
scraps from five restaurants are olitikiued
daily, and theso form tho noon feed for
the birds. At night their feed consists
of nixed r;iins. No greeu food or veg
etables are given them except sncli as aro
among tin: wa.'to from tho restaarants.
Grit is giveii them iu the form of crushed
limestone, which is bought already pre
pared. These fowls lay remarkably well,
and tho secret of it is in tho variety of
food they get among tho restaurant
You say a collar mid cufT that are
A nd perspiration will not affect them?
And when dirty you need only wipe
them off with a wet cloth or sponge ?
Wonderful! How nre they made?
A linen collar covered on both side
with waterproof "Celluloid." Looks
exactly like a linen collar.
Is it the only waterproof collar aud
No, but it is the only one made with
the linen interlining and consequently
the only one that can give entire satis
faction, because it is the liest.
How can I know that I get the right
Because every piece is stamped as
Innnirc for that and refuse anything
else, or yon wiU be disappointed.
Suppose my dealer does not have
He probably has. but if not, send
direct to us, enclosing amount. Col
lars 25c, Cuffs 50c State size, and
whether collar wanted is stand-up or
THE CELLULOID COMPANY,
Alf-'if BrodwTi S KW YORK.
A woinVti'i rmrrovrmi nt in Frirtlon Frrit nr!d
iii.t.ncli. ii. tV r.Ki'.li liof Citrrtur.ilt tit:rNrAf.;t
aanyi'Ll ir :niituiarit. ii:tlrm'la-hl'ritS
cc'-Xi: rill ti: ::ivri j-krin I l b.uimI atlll v.Micj t ivk
Ir.r: "eif -rvii?ar In crirpr wir. nVi-'
4 cm. .lit.:ini:.i.rr('v.'JUiUil.iual.rina A:.iO
pri: ;.,'iiuv, liny i 1 4 uli vutui-s.
ii I'l' nn-i-.4. Sr i' oi.. .1.' rilor thin jMfrr.
BEXCi: a. i-;'.Oil-ii. ltn Vori., Pav
m r 1 11 ' 1 u
. vw VJ L2i -li.. -.-.. o
Sir. Jami X. Bona
Sciatica and the Piles Adds to
the Sufferer's Misery - I
Four Bottlee of Hood'o reeperilla
r Effocte Wonderful Curo. .
"C. I. Hood Co., towell. Mass. :
"Gentlemen: As a result of the memorable
blizzard of March. 1888, 1 contracted muscular
rheumatism; at that time I wa. eneaged on a
lob of steamottlns In Plaliineld, J., and it
was necessary for me to wade through the now
residence, tn which we
were working. For eighteen months after-
wards I was laid up with muscular rheumatism
and sciatica. I then Joined my aon-ln-Iaw in
Denver. Col., where I was enMed .team-
numgaim cnS...". -
mi cnanr !1m for mT rlieumatum.
1 . .
1 cureu ure vm.j -
aclatica, but also of outward lilies, from which
for thirty-three years I had suffered
A Thousand Deaths.
Previous to going to Denver I visited the
University of Pennsylvania to beoiwrateil upon.
Tho doctor pronounced my case elini;:tion of
the bowels and the worst he ever saw. lie re
fused to perform an operation, savins that after
having suffered so many years it was not worth
whlla that t should die nt that late day from the
effects of the knife, aud die I would If he used it.
No rfiarf Can Conceive
what I suffered for t;ii.ty-tliroe years. I tried
all sorU of remedies and treatments, often
u:.nt siitfit'-st relief. Four lott!e3 of
Hood's SnrsaiKiniia "t only relieved,
nred. both tl.o r..les and rheumatism.
only trace of rheumatism which I feel now is a
iiMi stiiTno nln-n Hie v.eat her rhansts. and
as f will be 73 years oi l in August that Is but
Incidental to i.,y '' This Is a smij.te statej
Hood's PiilS cure liver ills, eonstipat ion.
biliousness, lauiuliee. sick headache. indiseauoa,
(nriirii'"'- "e M i'Krl-'! M Denial Col.
lepe.) it.nn-'l Mrt''i'bi'rp, fa., lo
cated ini" !. VifTiiitown, eiic
rmur tn i!.kIi.i. Pr. (i. I.. Derr. ami "ill
continue tli i-u-l l:ue (e.t..li.he.1
by ill l.-it'rr in IStji:) r ihe known 01
tice on rriilite uret-l .. i.OMUe Court Houae.
TT-TKKTIl 1XTKA0TKD, ABSOLUTE
LY WITHOUT VMS.
JVr Chlorojirm. Ether, or Gas vafd
JJo Son- tJnri.r- or iiroiiiiiirt to tieut,
cilhi r ciirn if x'r'cnon -r alierwarna
All tf.r an- (.le.riii'ierrt rr If ctarp
wilt be mitrli..
AH work Fim-iintei"! to ffiv prtHl
hatiMitCl'OH. lerni". tr'Cllv ch.
II. P. DERll,
KN Kit A I. APPEALS.
Apn'3'" to l;l b
I1VI1I in the Coton:iai:n.
I era OlLc.e, .V ililiiil 11. I'a., u til" lh IV
Kl'., 1MLV lor ihe ai aiilo ol the
rivt-r, anil on do f.n .i.iv ui Feb. l.i'.'o, tor
the ttiAv 01 the rivtr.
reimiiH agf'rieVftl will lcii.Hi jUtcipl.
IV. H. Aloimt, 1
NEAL M. &TKWART, VComui
Attest: Joii.n N kimono, )
U M. 11 U&oSIMiER-
In He t'lattof M.1RG.1 RET jI. KEXSE.
V i', late of Lack tcu nship dictated.
Notice linrrbj glVan tint lei tin a .t
Admnit-tration 00 the t-atatn of l'arearrt
A. Kfnncrtr, lain el Lack townahin. Judi
ata enmity, riecaaod, havw b.-un caii'vI to
the umt-rit;tirl. All persona iudebied 10
ai'l catatn ari'l ?Va tnaKa im inert ut pv
muiit. and ihnae havinc ciaima will prenl
tbaiu antbriiticnted f -r ett eir.atit.
.'pn B. KmnrDT,
l.kvi II. Cahtskll.
January 1st, 1S9,V .Idmiuntrt or.
In the estate of S YBILL.1 LEIT7.KL, late
of Leloware township, deceased
Notice a heirliy pivm that li-Itrra uf Ad
tnltiiatraiirm on Ihe oaiaient Svbiila Lciizel,
lale of I It la ware timnataip, Jnotata coun'y,
llfrrjsrrl. have bern granted to lie miiiur
rifnpd. All pr-iti-ia iiidchteil toaaid salute
j ill plcaae lnk- iuniitrt'ule -n:n., and
utieatrd lor artllenielil.
1). E. I.EITZF.L.
Urn-ember 1 1th.
Iu tho lust tt-r ol the poiition of William
l. LringaL-re lor 'he hniittit ol tho insolvent
To all tho ertditr ef aaid potiioner.
Notico ia hereby (jiveu lhat William U.
Lotigaero. of Frmu:iah torvnahip, Juaiata
Co., Pa., fill prraent tiia petition tor tha
beaitlt of tne inaolvenl law of this Cun
monweaith, to the Court ol Common Pleas
of Juniata e.xoiitt, on Monday tbe fourth
dav ' t February, A. D , 136. at ten o'clock
A. M. WILL L. HOOPE5,
WILLIAM H. LONGACEE,
fTlo Louis L.
Hudson, late of tho town.
J. ship ol Delawnre. Ocuntv
State ol Penoaylrania.
WHkREAa, Ann Laura Hudson, your
wife, baa Iliad a libel in the Court of Com
mon Pleat of Jiibiala Countv, of Septem
ber Term No. 143, praying a divorce
against you. Now you are hereby notified,
and required to appear in said Court on or
before Monday; the 4th day of February, A.
I)., 1895 text, to anawer the complaint ol
the said Anns Laura Hudson, and in de
fault of such appearance, you will be liable
to have a divorce granted in your absence.
Sheriffs Oltiee, Mifflintown, )
Dec. 10th, 1894. J
Sold nntriifllt. nn rr tin va.lt- iAantmA
to t'ilj. Vill;meor 4Vantr7. NarlHl ia vT
iiome, noi. More ana omre. (rrT-SttC COUTPU-
lnnc ana ww iitrontv:rth.
Avnl mnkf from mi to f&O parr dar.
One in a nsiden- rriMnR a ml to all th
niffhbara. Fint inst runrtt. no U,yn.wrk
y A anywhere, i
j j "f J use when si
I I t time. Wr
any aiHianr. (V)mplt, nma ior
ihinurl Tain k r.n n kw nV OD0.
of onltrt no ivrnirinit. nt a lifa
irrianled. A tiinaa malMP Write
Harriaon & Co.. Clerk 10, Columbus. O.
h entfl Wanted ros oo hkw book
br America's Greatest HarooriPt.
Every one of hie previoue book! have bmi.
immense sales. Hi new book inrpaaaes
anything be has heretofore written. Two
lories in ee volume. A TRJQEDY J.fD
A COMEDY. A great chance for agents.
We give exclnshe territory. For terms
and toll particular address.
J. W. KiBLia a Co., 2 Arch St., Pbila.
Nev. 7tb, t4.
u mmmtm Mil f .T W,M.
flCLIE ROADSTER $6S
OaaiaatMrf nn as tfnU U tor S to JIM.
iSME ROAD RACER, 25lb. eD(
Illoauattd Catalii tno.
Acme Cycle Com pa 113'
ELKHART. DSD -
RAILROAD TH1E TABLE,
--jehry COUNTY RAILROAD.
j Mlnwinf Mu, nt lnto .,
; M J9 ijjg-j IKi the Irama win on run a
i ' -
' Jklontrhello Paik
49 8 60
84 8 44
K 31 8 41
P 29 8 89
H 26 8 8
H V4 8 84
H 19 8 29
K 1 3 26
K 14 8 24
8 11 8 21
rs 8 5
7 B2 2 40
7 4 2 9
7 4 2 !
7 40 2 3M
7 84 2 27
7 82 2 2 ft
7 27 2 20
6 65 1 50
a. tu p m
6 10 10 CO
6 17 10 P7
.6 T2 10 13
ft 2 1 1"
f, 2 10 11
ft 24 10 2ft
6 fi 10 27
6 41 10 82
6 09 1 1 20
k. in a. iu
I'rsin leaves BlooiuIInld at H.10 a. rn.
i ., ...i... ar l.niii!itiiir? at i.i. a. ia.
j Trai ;raT-r I.aidinbiir at 6.14 p. m., and
I -t ,j,.,IIjBeU c 6 ,,. ni.
i Train. Ie,vr ly.viM- .or Duncannon at
7. 220 . ro., and 2. I" p. ai. Rrtnrning,
s, ,u s7 ,Brt 4M m
jIeiw.0 LandiM Mr? l Loavill traina
Itlu as follows: Leav Landirbuix lorfxya
il 6 ftp a. m., and 1 60 p iu., LntavilU
l..r r..ndilmrc 11 10 a. m .and S 119 p. m.
All Umn marked () an? Ug stations,
at wl ict traina will coiu. tit a lull atop on
Vi v Im CmSSAI, tai ZXSBKU eta.
fjaENEKATION Ar Terf otHLHAi isaw-a,
Vr bats caxQ Jsa BirsBtn it.
Jrppt on Sugar, fil-ri Tf.
rf Xi-feVttk-r 6macU! Lavte a bottle of tt la bin uorv
Every Sufferer '
mis Heat&cfca. PlpbUiwta. Oencl.-. tttrrl. PtyaJJU.
At!i3Ut. t-kelani. -rtjiw. IrTh.. Infl- fMjrn
In Bodr or UaK Snt Jmnta or t-trmam. it JteJ
this uM Amalne rvlicf una rp-v-ly'mrr. M PV5
W. Sold errrrWw. M S.. nt.br PQ'
Nothing On Eartn Will
Sheridan's Condition Powder I
KEEPS YOUR CHICKENS
Strong and Hea'thy ; Preventa all Diseaw.
4Ht fr JToIMr Mtema.
It b amihitl7 aura. HlrhlT
ilr nosu caoui of a oaot a daj.
NMtnl. Tn aaan.
o wtbra-one-fnunh aa
tlfcVKndiSti pr.a Bonp." aar on auatomer.
Wm mall o r nw ! i14lb . W Ml
ciaTsJ MLmxvKm ya". JWIr Dung CiM. prk
ciit., fVrVitti sTj onfcira or man. Sa opy
John Zook offers at Private Sale a farm
of 7i4 Aci'a, all clrar land in FVrmsnaxh
towahip, shout two mili-a from Mifflintown.
on the sfaf r. d to Se'ir.rire. arith good
Bank Barn 7Hxl. food Log flo'iin weath
rr lioarderl. r.rn crib, cbick'ii-h mn and
othrr out b.iiMinr". piped wati-r at tbe
door of house, well water a' tl barn.
Trtre i a vonnjr aiiple orcbard of 69 trera
juat lirjcitinipjc to I eir. an atiundai re of
rraora and orlii-r Irutt. Thrre is a Ural
rata location for peach orchard ol 1500
tres on the farm. For particulars, address
Johk Zor.K. Box !. AfitHmtowB. Juniata
Whereas, ti n Hon. JEKKMIAH LYONS,
Trasidxnt Jurte of the Court nf Common
1'leas. lor the Korty-Firat Judicial Diatriet,
coinpoaI of lh couQtn s nf Jamata and
Perrv, and tbe Honorable JOSI AH L. BAR
TON and J. P. WICKEKSBAM, Associate
Jurirrs of the aaid court of Common Pleas
of Juniata county, by precept duly issued
and to me directed for holding a Court of
Over and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery, and General Quarter Sessions of tbe
Peace at Mifflintown. on tbe
FIRST MONDAY OT FEBRUARY,
1895. BEING THE 4th SAY OF THE
Notic MitBT oivesj. to the Coroner,
Justices of the Peace and Constables of the
County of Juniata, that they be tnen and
thvra in fhair rjroner neraoas. at 10 o clock
id the forenoon of said day, with their rec
ords, inquisitions, examinations ana vyer
rementberances, to do those things that to
their offices respectfully appertain, and
those that are bound by recognixsnce to
prosecute sgainst tbe prisoners that aro or
may be in the Jail of said county, be then
and there to prosecute against them as
shall be just.
By an act of the Assembly, passed the
6th day of May, 1854, it made the dnty of
Juatices of the Peace ot tbe several conn-
ties of this Commonweaitn to return to ine
Clerk of the Court of Qaarter Sessions of
tbe respective counties, all the recognt
sancea entered iote before them by any cij-
ten or persons chareed with tbe con mis
sion of anv crime, except auch casea as my
be ended before a Justice of the Peace, nn.
der existing laws at least ten days belor
the commencement or tbe session of tbe
Court to ebich tbey are made returnable
respectively, and m ail cases where recog
nizances are entered into less than ten days
before tbe commencement of tbe session to
which they are made returnable, the said
Justices are to return the same in tbe same
manner as if aaid act bad not been passed
Dated at MifBinlown, tbe 31st day of
Deeeniber, in the year of onr Lord, one
thousand eight hundred and ninety-fonr.
SAMUEL LAPP, Sheriff.
Mifllintown. December , 1894,
1 V- A NV
On and after Suni!ay,v : venhfr
2S, 1894, rains will ran naffollowg:
V WBSTAED.' VifS
WTnaaener. Ive Pbtladelr-hia at
4 30 a. m; EarrUbnrft 8 18 a. m; Duacan
eon S 64 a. n; Kfw Port 9 24 s. ro: Mil.
lerstown 9 36 a. naj Dnrword 9 43 a. ms
Tbomraontown 9 47 avjn; Van Dvke 9 65
a. m; Tuscarora 9 69 a. lix. Kerico 10 02 .
m; Port Royal in 07 a. r: OlifHin 10 U a
m; Denhoim10 21 a. it; LWiatowo 10 40
B m; KCVeytown 11 CH irn inewi-n
Hamilten 11 Si a. m; Mount Univn 114'
a. m; Huutincdon 12 10 p. m; T;r tin 1 0
p. ro; AHoonal45p tn; Pntbnrgf nO p m
Mail Train lvarea Phila.lolnhia at 7 00 a
m, Harr'sburg 11 20 a. m; DuDrau'aon 1 1 60
a. m; Newport 12 14 p. in; Mifflin l9t V.
m; Lewistown 1 12 p. m; McVetonvl 3
p. ro; Mount Union 1 f 6 p m; Uuntinzdon
2 17 p. m; petersbura- 2 80 p. m; Tyrote
8 06 p. m; Altoona 8 40 p. tu; Pittubcr?
60 p. m. j
Altoona Accommodation Iravca lisrria
bnrg nt 6 00 p. m; Pnncannon 6 84 p. no;
Newport 6 02 p. m; JVilleratowa 6 11pm
Tboacpaautown 8 24 pro; Tuscarora 6 So
p. sa; aVezleo C 87 p .; Port kyal H2
p. m; Mifflin 6 47 p. b; llennolej 6 65 p. ;
Lewistewn 7 18 p. s; Al.-Veytorn 7 88 p.
m; Newton Hamilton 09 ,p. m: Uontjof j
don 8 82 p. m; Tyrone 9 16 p. rt; Altooaa
9 CO p. m,
Pacific Express leaves Philadelphia at
1120p.ru; Harrisbur 8 10 a. m; Marrt
ville 8 ! a. m; Duncannon 3 R a. m; New.
port 8 69 a. m; Port Royal 4 81 a. m; H f
Hin 4 37 a. to; Lewiatown 4 68 a. no; Me
Trytewn 6 80 a. no; Huntingdon 6 08 s.
m; Tyrone 6 65 a. m; Altoona 7 40 a. aa;
Pittsburg 12 10 p. in.
Expreas leaves Hartiabnrg at 10 20 p. m;
Newport 11 08 p. m; Miltlin 11 46 p. m;
Lewistownl2 06n.ro; Hantir.gdon 1 05 a.
m. Trone 1 42. a m; Altoona 2 10 a. ro;
Pittsbnrg 6 60 a. m.
Fst Line leaves Philsdelphia at 12 25 p.
m; Harrrisbnrg 3 uO p. ni; Duncarjon 4 15
p. ro; Nawport4 37 p. ni; Mifflin 6 ICp.ro;
Lewiatown 6 29 p. ui; Mount Uoion 6 OS p.
m; Huntingdon 6 28 p. ro; Tyrone 7 0 p.
ni; Altoona 7 40 p. rt; Pittsbnrg 11 20
Harrishurg Accommodation leaves Al
toona at 6 HO a. ro; Tyrone 5 28 a. ni; Hunt
ingdon 6 05 a. in; Newton flaniilton 6 iS
a. rn; McVnylown 6 52 a. u.; Lswiaown
7 15 a. m; SiilUin 7 38 a. m; Port Roysl
7 44 a. in; Mexieo 7 48 a. m; Thompson,
town 8 C2 a. in; Millerstown 8 12 a. ni;
Mewport 8 22 a. tu; Duncannoo 8 49 a. m;
Uimttiurg 'J 9 a. ui.
' Sea S hore leaves Pitttsbnrg 3 10 a, ru;
Altoona 7 15 am; Tyrone 7 43 a 3); Hunt
ingdon 30 a tn; WcVevtown S la a m;
Lewistewn 9 35 a in; Mifflin 9 56 a ro;
Port Reral 9 69 a ro; Tbampsontowr. 10 14;
Nillerstown 10 22 am; Newport 10 32 a m;
Duncaenon 10 64 a oi; Marysville 11 07 a
ro; Uarrisburg II 25 a m; Philadelphia LU
Dav Express leaves Pittsburg at 8 00 a.
rr; Altooua 11 50 a. av; Tyrone 12 15 p. ni;
Muotirjfdon 12 48 p. m; Lewistown I 45 p.
ru; Mi in 2 06 p. tn; Harrishurg 8 20 p. m;
Baltimore 6 45 p. m; Washington 7 50 p.
m; Philadelphia 6 60 p. m; New York 938
Mail leans Altoona at 2 00 p.ru, Tyrone
2 35 p. in, Huntingdon 3 20 p m; Newton
Hamilton 3 51 p. in; McVeytown 4 12 p. m;
Lewistown 4 &8 p. ru; Mifflin 6 03 p. ra.
Port Royal 6 09 p. in; .Mexico 6 13 p. ru;
Thonipaontown 5 2" p to; Miilerstown 6 38
p. m; Newport 6 45 p. m; Dnncannon 20
p. ui; Harrishurg 7 I'O p. ni.
Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 1 00 p.
m; Altoon 6 15 p. in; Tyrone ti 87 p m;
Huntingdon 7 20 p. in; McVeytown 8 04 p.
; Lewistown 8 2(5 p m; Jf .fllin 8 47 p m;
Part Royal 8 52 p. m; Miilerstown 9 01 p.
m; Newport 9 26 p. ui; Duncaunon 9 50 p.
m; Uarrisburg 10 20 p. iu.
Philadelphia Express leaves Pittsburg at
4 30 p m; Altoona 9 05 p. to; Tyrone 9 33
p. m; Huntingdon 10 12 p. ru; Meunt TJn.
ion 10 82 p. iu; Lewii-town 11 10 p. ra; Mif.
Hin 51 87 p. iu; Uarrisburg 1 00 a. m; Phil
adelphia 4 3D New York 7 33 a. m.
PERRY COUNTY R4.ILKOAD.
Traina leave Duncannoo fni- Illoomlield at
9 15 a. m. and 4 5) p. m; returning, arrive
at Duncannou & 35 a. ru and 3 59 p. m. on
EAST DROaF TOP R. R.
Traina learn Mr. Union nn 'week days at
9 20 and 1 1 20 a. m. 4 00 and 6 15 p. m.
trains arrivu at( Mt. Union 8 10 and II 20 a.
ni. o 14 and o ot p. m.
P. N. N. W. R. R
Tra ns learcs Bellwood at S 00 a. m. and
3 38 ro. arrived ut Bellwood at 1110 a.
ni. and 6 44 p. m.
N. k. S. V; R R
Trains leave Newnort on week dava at
10 00 a. m and 6 05 p. m. arrive at New.
port 7 55 a. in. an 4 00 p. m.
T. V. K. R
Traina leave Port Royal 10 80 a. u. and
5 16 p. m arrlre at Port Royal 8 45 a. m.
and 3 15 p m , week davs.
Traics for bundury at 7 40 a. m. and 3 00
p. u., leave Sunbury for Lewistown 10 0
a. m. and 2 26 p. ra.
HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP R. R.
Trains leave ror Bedford and Curuoer.
laud at 8 10. 8 35 a. ni., and 6 35 p. in
leave Bedford for Huntingdon 9 60 a. m.
8 65 aud 4 20 p. iu , leave Cumberland f.ir
Huntingdon at 2 35 p. m.
Trains leav for Beliefunte and Lock
Haven at S 10 a. m.. 3 34 and 7 25 p in.,
leave Lock llavon tor Tyrone 4 30, 9 37 a.
iu. and 4 15 p. in.
TYRONE AND CLEARFIELD R. K.
Traina leave Tyrone tor Clearlield a-d
Curwenaville ai 30 a. iq.. 8 h and 7 30
p m . Iear Curwenavi.'lo tor T) rone at 4 30
a. in , 9 42 and 3 51 p m.
VIEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAL
I i lev Railroad Company. Tini table
of passetteer trains, in effect on Monday,
October 1st, 19.
P M ' A at I
6 5 io no!
6 P8 10 03
6 12 10 07
8 15 10 10
6 25 10 17
6 22 10 20;
6 31 10 26
89 10 84
6 51 10 46!
6 54 10 49'
7 16 11 00
7 12 1107
7 17.11 12
7 28 11 18
7 27 11 221
Newr- rt ..........
Juniata Furnace ...
Fert Robeson .....
Cisna'a Rnn .......
Mount Pleaaant . ..
New Geraant'a ...
7 85111 80!
7 41 11 86
7 46lll 40
D. GRING, President and Manager,
k.. Millke, General Agent.
Tbe undersigned persons have formed an
Assoolatien for tbe protection of their re.
spective properties. All persons are here
by notified not to trespass on the lands of
the undersigned for the purpose or banting
gathering nuts, chiping timber or throwing
down fences or firing timber in any way
whatever. Any violation ot the above no
tice will be dealt with according 10 law.
Be. usher k Zook,
Mary A. iJrubaker,
John By lev,
September 5, 1895.
Wal W I 9fiM SIlW badeatuuf:
Oirw CoiiaCtpatioa, lU-aix-a Corupliou. aaei D'xaai-a
Btis. 8aiBuefres. iEnrjrsCoauVr.ataSt..K.X.
Garfiold Toa ss-
Bl fiaapUtraa. aassauTBa.Oo.sitW.aMhSk.aV I
Lorja E. ArKi5"?v F S.. y.
ATTORSiiYS - JLT - LJL
37r'A!iectlBst and Convey ane i pretn.
ly attended to.
OrriffOu Mi'm rtrtet la place cf rev.
deuce of Lonis et. Aiiicn, lie i , to- f,j
Bri-lgc siret-t. jOrt??.. -.s-
riLl!VHI'ORCE f TUT;!?';,,
MlFFI.T;NTOWN", ? V
OFFICE lT CO'' P- EtrU5.-:.
- - -
PI P.K.CItII, t. aia.I jf.Ciiwra .
JTyA. . K- cvAWForvD so;,
bvi foimfld Drtneri-ip fr " f.vri
n "di:ine and their collatterl riranelo-a.
t)ce t o'd aiand. cor .ier er Third aadwr.
r.. atreeta, alifflintivrn. P. Oneo: bttv
el t'i, sr wtM b tonod at tf'-r oit u
.ea. unless etherw ae pri.l'esMi-.iiTT
A . .11 1st, 190.
TM:. B. f
Jroohvlax's and trnl.rut of lafea.
tiqn br pipbtberla. Cr-J? Tp!.ty Fs.
ver, Ilt.. and of o;.aeii 1: r'-e Dica.iri
St. a. Asnte and '.iiroinc. f:. 4'srae .
ods iro io tall accord wltl. ' a,- 1 er
ing Pscti-riclogy. Hsvir.' .-ccciv-.i firor.
ab'.e recognition b ndvaijc-d juu.i.t'j sM
members ol tbe two K Adio arhoola rats',
ieine, ibe author express scouCiarce ir bit
own ability to render sati-.facto-y rvi. 1 la
lice of Wia spec'' i'' is. By hi rrtho4 the
gerra elements o ili-se re ...a't.a ;u
tiom 1 to X dsja, ad th putioct pr'iareisiDg
lo cocvalostence withy?! the u.o. f'sga
ol Oieteoriaiu Oi r..ll;.;., Ci-rrroe at-;
bemorrsga iu piioid I ii7r r 'ji t--gerons
seiiuences ot Dipo.tori ,. vis-, b' '--a
poianiilug 4.0. Tlity hire a sp3i3o ;
tncy in degenerative cuDiitioc tntrj.nta
e:derl' and aged pi-rj-ms aud lie.-aN- rc
regarded incurable. A ml 19. IrfM.
8a lhh &
iowSi-5t r. :-.-' f av
' t ij
TH J WO- C?'
A wor.sirtul rrUi.Tiwt .n Yr-tm y. u " ;
ta t-it a amy o;nnr ;x ti uit'is l',Sl- .
C'.'atrb mz rv ten ; ".
vr;-ar. Wrlw tz 'iruurm jksl prhir.;
Vim a :MS?L8t fe'isf., Yi
FOR THE .KDUSTgUOGS.
If ran waat work that la plaaaaM ami pre!?4-t,
seiMMyaradaraaaidtaaeoValr. H c i--n a.-.
aad women buw tn aars Irom M.09 J.-r . as
SM.OOO par jearallkml haricig had nrsrieas
eapertaaaai. and fnmlah tba amfUarataftC a arfai'Sl
they can aaake thai ainoual. rtiiiajr. (ft IS
leara or inat reqeirea aascb Ui:-.. Tba : '
asr. heaUhy, aud Uooarabie, kdceabiOBaar
lar dartiaaa or evardni;, ricnt la fowroiru 1 -1-itT.
whareTer yoa lii-a. TWi a fvw
aaan' wark ertwi aqawls a aiaaaVa waaras.
We hare taajat thoora:da of bod- saace aai sj
nee. and ruaiiv bars lai-i fovaaa'iaa teat aifl
aanrly briaf tlirai ricaaa. mr i'f law saaart.-
meii in ta.a country ow taer tuaeasa ao kL'
tke mart plrea tlre'at wliila ia oar saialny jw ra
ai. Toa. rraiirr. rr ar da a well: try it. Tint
cannot fail, tin oaptuii nes-saary XrOBmt
wiih soinarhinr that is bsw. suiid.aad nixc. A
book ariaiful of unburn ia (ran to ail. ttU(yar.
self by wrltiag for it ioay wot to niatioe.
Delays' are rosriy.
E. C, ALLEN & CO,,
13 but riin doep. The: are honiia of hm
wbo bav reulcr fr Atures and wculd be rc
oordeul tbe palm ot beauty we.-n -t n,r for a
complexion. T" eU snt-li w nc-a L-9
HEbW.Vfc VIOLA CAEAK a.1 j-ofseai -aj n
onaiftiec that quickly change th moat sail""
nd florid conpioxjoc tn one 0 ds; raali.'
and unbLunulied biuiy. .'scmaaO't, ....
Frecklas, Wack Tea-Is. SM V, i ;i ' .
Tan, Pimples, and nil imp. rcc'i vj 01 e
skin. It if not aioenicti : but scuu, ye' 1 tel
ler for toil trilat Ix! ic 'cau h ler. tc'.ii -y
jDroesists, or-ni p-art iwsi;i : v'U i .-.'.;t i
. C C. iitll.MZ.i li CO., "al- j. J.
7 V i .i,
j5r: grow beat when planted wlib Ian ft
W Bone Dust. A fertilize- thut al- rr
: way linust n croir. alv. mi- Ini-r
Jir paovea the soil. Hold Jiiei-t to ror
V" mera f27.no per ton. Js'o ugeut. 'T.
E Sum pies free.
York Chemliral Works. Yck, Pa. I
Jor Information end fro" Handboo': imie to
ML'NM k CO- Wl BtnisviT, Krw Yon v.
flueat bareau far securluir iiatents tn Ana't".
tvera patent taken out by na la bromrlit liei-bi-$be
piibUo br a notiou gtv a tree of ataanie lii uia
tauvast eirailaaton of any selentlfie par or In ri-
orTd. SKlenilidiy Illustrated. So u.vJit.-
nan abaald be wkbout li. vTso'irtr.
Addnaa MUVN CC
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