Bradford Republican. (Towanda, Pa.) 1875-1892, February 01, 1883, Image 4

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soma"mtionno Vii
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' One of the best Mal ever *Or bere-4
man of sisty.flve yeses, who loied Lis beano
aid family dearly, and hid no reason for
• eccentricity—slipped away ont:afterecion,
sent to &et= and then to ,:Hrashington,
And far two years drove a car there, muds.
ing away because he thOught his wife would
manage his affairs better witlitnat!him. 11/if
- never intended to retain, but" *Ow* joy
chance, arrested as a lunatic,-andltiveri" his
choice to be confined in as image or.-: , tn do
his duty as a man. He came! back, auk
jitter two happy years at home,.dieCfn ' his
wife's arms. In another mac hat liemais.
be; & gentleman was sappoitediohave eon• i
ratted suicide by jumping from steam.
boat. His wife made no has, hut:hes the
matter quiet,. because she skateinerver gave
'tithe idea that his suicide wrieri elan% and
•for three year she hunted • Mist;' down, and
Qnapy restored lain to idi hums and his
business. A third case tde which Ihad
aunt knowledge inui that of a - dry goods
lierchant absent fo tyranty years,
and who returned we made' Ilmse.l
known to the wife, who been - melded in
the meantime, sought oat his son and pre
him $lO,OOO, and then his . way as he
tad come. He said lie ha left home be.
cause he wanted , to ; b$ not married or
cared for another' home, - : and liked the life
- of a wanderer mach better than any 7
tic ties. These instances .go to show tted
- the cases of alleged , mysterious disagpear.
awes my Sometimes be accounted for with.
• out ark-qty of: presupposing robbery
and madder.--
.. n&nre Philadelphia
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PILE&
Piles are frequently itiecedad by a sense
of weight in the loimeruid lower part
of the abitraiiri, causing the patient to sup
. Aiose he has lime affection -of the kidneys
;‘ or neighboring organs: !a -gout: . • eAt times, symp
tom of indigestion are mend / as flidanincy,
uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture,
like perspiration, producing a very disa
greeable itching, particularly at night after
getting warm in -bed, is a very common at
tendant. Internal,. External and Itching
Piles yield at once to the application of Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which actu'directly
upon the parts affected, absorbing the Tu
mors, allaying the intense itching, •and ef
fecting a permanent cure where 'all other
remedies have failed. -Do not delay until
the drain on the s3,i&;''4l produces perma
nent disability, but:4 zn lt r ,and be cured.
Price, 50 cents. dieggist for it,
_and when you can no,robtahe ite4hiM, we
send it, prepiid. 4 on receipt l ; of price.
Address The Dr. Bosanko Me lvin Co.,
- Vigils, Ohio. Sold by C. B. Porter, Ward
- lions° Drug Store. july27ly.
PUTTING DOWN AN ACTOR.
One cause of the present' feeling..against
English actors (there certainly is some f
ing, though not as much as the surface bub•
hies seem to . indicate), isfound in the lofty
'Lai* which' many of them assume, says a
correspondent of the Ilartford Times. This
is characteristic of -nearly 'all Englishmen,
hawever, and4hongh rather annoying, it is
hardly worth reseatingJ The fuss now go-
ing on recalls some lively proceedings in the
Bowery 'rheatte — from a somewhat, similar
cause a good many year ago—even before
ites*Tor t.2dactidy riot. An English actor
hid e hims obnoxious to the patrio tie
BOwery boys y casting slurs ' upon their
cayan . HA name, I think, was HamiliOn.
The ys decade. ; to give him a lesson.
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gathered in- ferce in pit tvid Taller)
one night, and waited for the obnaious ac
tor to appear. When he did appear they
greetedhim with a roar,' against which his
videti!had no more-effect than the croak of a
frog the thunder of Niagara. He at
tempted to go on with his part, ,but agai n
and again the Bowery boys roared lim
Ceivil. They were determined', that:'he
stwinld not play. He finally retired and , the
manager came forwiird to ask what-the row
ores bout. A hUndred voices yelled that
thetnglishmen had insulted the country
find. must leave. The manager said he .
would run the theatre ' his own way, and the
play must go ,on. When the Englishman
again appeared he was saluted with another
whirlwind of angry roars, and some missiles
were thrown at him from the pit. He at-
tempted, to hold hie ground, but the audience
was resolved that he should not. The map
ager came out again, but he, too, was hooted
at in an angry way. The struggle went on
a couple ol !mare, and seemed likely to go
on all night, unless the demand for the ex
pul.vion of the Eaglishnian was complied
with.
.The mana3er finally ordered the cur
tain dropped and announced that there would
be- no performance. Th - - t. 3
rftrz or cosr.
BYzealling at C. B. Porter'S Ward House
drtigistore, you can get a samplo bottle of
Dr. Boianko's Cough aid • Luiig Syrup
which will relieve the most obstinate Cough
or. Cold, and show you what the regular 50
cent size will d. When 'troubled with
Asthma, Bronc Dry., Hacking Cough,
Pains in the Chest, and an diseases of the
Throat and Lungs, try a Sample bottle of
this nuillicine. july27ly.
LUXURIOUS E;,JUTHRH*AdEtt.-
Bat in the oppesite rich Louisiana low
lands were those opment. Plantations front.
ing on the river 'std the lakes of its old beds,
which whtln thy. Lye( were bra= or cut
would be suiner,zed, except on certain wide
ridges of the le;Ts.• Providence banks, upon
which ran the only rcad that was practic
a)Dle. Ears Snit here houses and gardens
frere slue. d, and a sr.ccession of such lovely
residences as rendered it one of the garden
spots in America. These rich estates had
long ben the iniinea of a cultivated people,
or ever since the French colonization of
Louisiana at the beginning of . the last cen
tury. "The houses were as 1 41 - andsome as
Southern ones rid be made, t Wit in villa
style, uith wide 'porticoes ' and
large -halts running through hhem. Win.
bows glazed to the floor , and' opening on
shady porches, overlookl gardens
in which were roses such as rivalled those of
Ck.shmere. The oreen :wit of hot-houses
'glinted in the sunshine. Nurers lined the
spaces on the walls not occupied with rare
paintings, a4&great chandeliers swung from
their pendants in the lofty. ceilings." Bre
nham; and velvets covered the soft cushion.
ea binges and graceful faitteuiWand satin
and lace curtains flowed round the tall win
dow'', ,
These were the laxtukists homes of the
wealthy planters, whose sons and daughters
bad inherited the taste, and . i . eultursof
France.. Every meamfituf dogma t leisure,
amusement, luxury, lad convesinse4 were
assembled =du theiracids. Salts for the
studious, horses and equipage for the gay,
rowboats for the lake., Forests at the back
of the plantations were tall of gime ; bell=
lime filled with rare wMes, and the, owners
we `wined far aid wide for *pawn e,
hula , iobpitality. Family treS* had rami.
• liesdonb that extended over half of Louis;,
aua Qua
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DEADLtp THAN THE TOT PlBol.*
It begins to look as if a perea is hardly
safe in sitting down to dinner. unless provid
es' with a life insuranoe polky. So many
',people have died within the past few weeks
from the etfeotrof eatingianalum, canned
, veffeteamk ham, and dried fruits, and the
usually inoffensive turkey 'boa clam proved
such a deadly weapon in the hands of the
InekiLfol that life is made almoit' miserable
hy the thought that eating, though extremely
;dangetcue - is the one netomptity.of existence.
Even a papal is not exempt from the dam
gent* beset themost selfish epicure, as the
Sad einnuostarat attending a chant dinner
In Gennentown a ftvwdays ago clearly demos.
Skates. In Washhigton County the -wiry
;chicken bone caughn mumspecting mania
lhe throat and ran iris through, and it is but
rescuable to alma that otberAkkenbonee
; me lying in wait far vicebne. In deli the
chicken bone May become as.- deadly to the
amateur as the toy pistols, the Summer re.
sort sail bmt-- Phitade/phki lirmerr
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BENSON'S
orratED,
And that , WiEr Alma reputation in
jured by worilles3inaitatiorm Tim
Publio aroAlnutibuoll itgilust buy-
i Pla: tors hav,*,:gbirnilfresirand
ir.gi nrquei. Sea that the word
C I N-12 i 3 co:Toady spelled.
3ensen s Capctne
Porous-=Plasters
A.:1,2 tit° ciAstv impraveinent ever
'made iii F*sters.
Ono ia - watth =ore then a dozen
of nay eta: kind. ,
Will positively cure where other
remedies wig not even relieve.
• I Prdeo 25 mute.
Beware of cheap Plasters made
with le:diatm .
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vActuient. Now Taft
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MEAD'S M-.2:c.te. d CORM aid BUNION PLASTER
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•. . ' ':. ;' - -•'.; !•'..;..: RETURNS.
. 4 'A • •""'" '.• i . '-. a.• TINSTIT
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CUT T r . U
AGENTS - da - 1 S4Ol PER
MAKE Mr WEEK.
We havesteivelinla leading Cities,
flota whitireur Watts obtain their 11c5 quickly.
Oar Factories star7Priqcipta therm are at
Eric, Pa. boa - for our New Vatalosse aucl
terms to wants Mtdress
M. N. LOVE. suiWuvaaNTON":ll."
110 RS" -
, f i end 2.5 eta. stamp
AKE Or currency for thous.
new =mow of uit Treatise on the Horse and
his Menses." It gives the beat treatment for
all diseases, has
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One engravings showing
B 0 OK g:VertetTruly "g.
taught in any other tia , a table. showing doses
of all the principal me nes used for thy bone
as well as their effects and antidotes When a
25 tr i., Poison. a lame collection 431
cm Tammuz azonns. rtdas for
telling the age of a horse: !clef an unitriximi
showing teeth of each year and &large mtibun
of other valuable horse information. Hutdreds
of horsemen have pronounced it worth mote
than books costing $5 and 1110. The iket that
200,000 sold in about one year before it was ro.
visedahowl how popular the book is. The re
vised edition is anon woad itawszsman Gl=
ros • entortem. AtiENTS - WANTED. Dr. J. B.
Kendall Et Co.. gnosb'urg_hTalls, Vermont.
liar 11-Iyr.
‘ , 404. 3 4K.Vea.50t.
YDIA E. P NKHANP
41/3 :4 Or+l , ) P
A awe Caro for all FEMALE WEAK.
NESSE% hugodhei
v prneeenisara , Zr.
regular wad Paled Ilhamantatloas
lelastiaatioa gad Memnon of
eirma k is
. the on% Illeollair; PRO. -
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INMAN ettleadou and Immediate
to Its e ff ect, It help in Vaglaner , and r° '
Itavespain dozing Ispoz sad at Molar periods.
mamma MOT MO =WU start. ,
IsrForli ALTrinaiXISCIi of the generative organ,
of either ear, ft te second to no remedy that has ever
been before the pabile I and for all 'diseases of the
grouts it ta the Greatestßemedy In the World.
VP
- KIDNEY - KIDNEY of Mier Sex
plad mesa Relief In its VI&
LYDIA E. PINEJIA,RI BLOOD MIITTILID
erwileate tlge of Mune. re trom the o
ffie at amp =Tape will - give tone and strength t
the m. . gasnervellcats In results is the ContpotuuL
tlrDoeli the Compound sad Blood alller are pre•
pared at Z 3 sad 233 Wester* Aveerria. 14 121 4 lffieL
Pelee of debar, $2. lex bottles for IL Ito Compound
D mai by mall babe form of OD, or -a br...marey oa
aseelpt of prim, 11 per has for eters Dre: Blab=
freely ararwera a/I hakes of Lopetry. amble Same
tramp. Bead for peorphlat. Bietka Zfi Dryer. •
trLitotA Pairiurs Insulting awl Couslipfr
tion. Bilkommos mad learpktlty at So Ltfer. coats
air Boll by all DrisitballeBl
NEW MUNE!,
LANE '&
DECKER,
PROPIIETORS OP 2
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Livery and Boarding
Stable, e.
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Washington Street, below Main.
, The best rigs to be *mad in any stable in the
punts', rammed at reasonable rates.
Ha. Dimuntwillgive thebnsiness his personal
attention, and invites his Blenda to call when to
want of livery._
8..W.1AN8. - .ED.'BEOBEIL.
10ausS2.
girot Salina! Vault,
TcrifitANDA FA.
CAPITAL PAID„IN $125,000
SIMP41:18 rINV. 00,000
This Bank Offers annsnal facilities for
the transaction of a 'general
tatakiikk hushmsa.
IL , N. BE7TEI.
°wilder.
QUSQUERANNA- .COLLFMATE
1218TITOTK. The ant wintakkes ar the
twontvainth: - yew enunneam ImmT;
TIMM tith. The • ftalty bee been eelaryrd
building -thorough V refitted end :•-beatni
by stark the anninusodattesa , 11101Milea,
and-- the -- school fi tted - .to - ateoannedete
the porftsttnee The sttendenev Ina
seam getudea hs acme Fes w."
catalogue. or other the
Isticipalt ID IL taIIENLAII. A. ILia.
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DA. Vaasa Jam:seat : A abort trial' or so u r itia M
IIAU OOd:zelrrUP Us giVeRMS /Meld ned tor
Itheamattam. It la the beat mediates I Imo JOSH MEL: "
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RATIN s!{. COOK STOVES.
MAIN STREET
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They are made of first-class material and 1,
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guarantee a - perfeet fit every time.
GENTS FURNIS4ING GOODS
MEN'S DRESS AND BUSINESS
Form a special feature in my. business I take the lead in this Dep4rtment as
well as all others. I have no Plate glass windows , or polished counters, but I
keep THE - RIGHT GOODS.and the public appreciate their extra value. lam
wife in saying - _ .
Fall
M. .
KEN'S, BOYS. WOMEN'S. MISSES AND ORELDBEN'S
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BOoes Rubbers 'f&c
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103. POM
President
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E.eeeutive Ilfanswn
.ifarrisbura, Pa., June 7, 18824
John H Phelps, Serantkn, Pa:— -. ,
My Dear Sir:=-Promptly upon th receipt of your
Eli.rir ten days since, I:entered upon its use wearding
to your diyections, slopping my 'Mid Potass., Phos. ,
Ammon, and Wine of Colehium. At that _time ,/ups .
completely &added with gout both feet and rheuma.
tism in both knees, and helpless. Now Teomfortably
hobble.about *house, and expel to be out in J a iceek:
It may be a cohieidenee,My amendnkeht aturthe use of
your medi , ine; I hope.l:Or no ocriikon to try it:Again,
but of need be I shall tryi again in afresh attao, with
great confidence. ' Very truly yours - •
HENEr If. HOYT.
IT IS A I r AsC al e
THAT THE WHOLESALE PRICE or
KEROSENE OIL -
Has advanced. •We still retail at the OLD
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PRICE. prmgpyour cans at once.
TO DEALERS--We offer kerosene
and headlight oil at lowest,wholesale prices.
AT THE OLD r TABLE CASH DRUG STORE._
Drat: , H. a
C porter & .Son f
Corner Main and Pine Streets, Towanda. Pa.
HAVE A NEW STOCK OF
DON'T BUY BEFORE INSPECTING -
THEIR STOOK
A - _, LARGE
I show the LARGEST VARIETY 4f.'llfens Boyx and Childrens
TO BE FOUND. IN TO WAN O
I keep constantly on hand a LARGE ASSQRTMENT-of
HATS. CAPS, TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS &c
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MY STOCK CANNOT BE EQUALED IN THE COUNTY.
• L havi just received - a large invoice of
~:a',). ! i4..:: W l.rit_cr:,:- cjotlittf.:l.
anwill,be pleiised to show these goods. Call at • '
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E ROSE NFI E LD'S
and buy where you see the Crowd. .;
HUMI I IIIO 7 aROS. & TRACY,
Manaftieittrora and Wholeaale Dealers in all kinds of
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ionfl': , ..t. - , earaftd = pideceiviont
***4 ol i*Teitholbi Act , ibriY ' in**
made b l:*** 44 hiN!mo 1 1 04. :The# 7oo a•
eln*i telnereitable:,erewas some ;ring
Cierti*Phii*Phe!,,,lf "1014 d with ft 'Pat
if hWwwlidgO . Wwd slats fair. Gretchen,
who - was planning to Weenie it, peer fa;
arditak T imt *beams' bhatsalet- hi the way
Witch CoithleAr be leteside by the "Ans.
wandeMi - nffilt is tOOittir . hY www7iiiit hiss
Cfretahen aid Starting Off it owe to Atnerleal
*Wiley, 7:Beihl& Particular, deduction ult_
may, tho fa tht thortaloWd them fiat that
fir. Atniitierman Mated shout to finish
his IntrloltyoMins l / 2 magma/ in Poisoloion
gwthr-tcOlti*Mo• 4 8 :# Irligfullf 4 444l me
'hat the prospecta in" America; - mere for a
.7 1 Wwi math of toarolog; and many bon as.
cored inethattheY crotalsot 'hesitate a ma
torot t if they were only-aum of ..-• tolerable
wit
positloia on the Otherside h the ;water.' The
currant of eildgettion toward cm
*hole; Om& already , enough to
Idi # ll tb , ShrmaPAlVlariatily raid merelybe much stronger it the poorer people Only
bad enough to carry theta across the
eci t i t z_ . *nth is that *number of Clet.
mantwho`are dreaming ogloneries as of a
landrig mate Is legion. , Prhat is plain. to
*Aylmer who Wakes the trouble to discuss
the matteriiiith . theordinary prnsant and
laboring Man: " ' - .-
Mal
adelremales.
The ezactke,
_of Society, added .to the
cares et maternity and the household; have
tested bejtoid emdiururce the frill constitit
tkeas which have bee . agranted the majority
of women. To ,Combat this tendency, to
-premature decline, no remedy in the world
possesses_ the riourishing and strengthening'
properties of Malt . Sams. ' They enrich
the blood, peelet digostion, stimulate the
liver and kidiryib..!arrest_. nlcerntiie weak
nese, and purify and vitalizo every function
the female system. ,
ii
BOOTS THAT: ALARMED.
A worthy gentleman in this city, who is
Ihnshintly fearful At the speedy approach of
bodily dissoldkni, was much disturbed the
other morning on going down town to notice
that one of hii legs had suddenly become
dotter flan the other. Every time he-took
a step on that'side his body experienced- an
unpleasant- shot from a fall of about 'an
eighthof nn inch. and whenever his advance
was assisted by the employment of the other
kg, he felt himself rising an equal distance
into the air., His walk; therefore, consisted
of amides of wavy undulations, which, how
ever graceful and picturesque in theniselies,
were extremely disquieting under the' , cir- -
cumstatunis: Thoronghly alaimed by these
idngular phenomessa be visited a doctor, and
describing his symptoms, earnestly asked
Whether paralysis did not sonietimes give
warning of its approach by such contraction
of the limb& The doctor confessed that it
did, and, while this doomed man perspired
with apprehension, instituted a vigorous ex
amination, the result of which, was to show
that the cause of the complaint was an in.
equality in the thickness of the soles of the
boots that were worn by. the patient. On
getting up in the morning he had dressed
himself hurriedly, and while he had drawn
a thin dress boot upon one foot, he bad
equipped the other with a covering which
not only had • a heavy double sole, but a
thick felt insole also. The ilebysician then
hurriedly stated that contraction of the linibs
was not an essential rammeraf the par.
alyao shock. , 1 •• .
SKINEY MEN
Ml&lib renewer" restores health
and • tiger,. cute. D)ettepl," —•..nee
denial Debility.
.
WINTER AND SPRINO UNITED.
As odd a looking bride ,And groom aim,
over sees, and irk% after the circumstances
surrounding them were !mown, set tongues
a wagging and made laughing contagious
were seen it the Union ' depot hi St. Louis.
The couple consi s ted of an old man, fully
seventy years of age, over six feet hi hnig,
with flowing gray hair, and carrying on his
arm a pair of the kind of saddle bags sworn
thirty years ago, and a girl just fourteen
years old, who in height would reach •about
the old man's vest pocket. They were on
their wedding tour. They came from a point
in Alabama, and were bound for some point
in Oregon. A passenger en the same train
on which they came in says that .during the
entire day they were the centre of observation
because of their child.liko lovingness and
general grammes& .The old is by prayssion
a Methodist minister going to conference
in Oregon. tua combines pleasure with busi
mess by takingalong with him a veritable and
living Christmas present.
CONSUMPTION.
his said that 50,000 people die annually
in the United States alone from this' disease.
In some sectio n s , of the country ode death
in every thre6 is from Consumption.. This
can be, and should be avoided; our ',people
are too careless about an ordinary cough or
cold, and other symptoms of throat and
lung affections that lead to this disease.
You should arrest it while it is in the germ.
Two or three doses of Dr. Bosanko's -ough
and Lung Syrup will relieve an ordinary
cough or cold. It does not dry up a cough
like, many preprirations on the market and
liaie the disease behind it, but acts directly
on the. throat and bronchial tubes, remov
ing all the phlegm and morbid matter that
accumulates in the throat and lungs, It
allays all irritation; and renders the voice
clear and distinct. Sold by C. B. Porter's
Werd House Drug Store. july27lty.
waxy i AvoidAs WOULD Go Wn.o.-'-" Da
you believe' hat a woman, nowadays, would
die for the object of hot love asked a
bachelor friend. 'l,.don't know whetitel
she'd die or not," aii!swered the Benedict.
"but I've known_ heel° go wild when the
trimming didn't snit her.”—Brooklyn , Eagle!
THE 3103 4 i0N 07 A MAIIIIIED WOITAX.—If
Maunder the . GrOt - had make a high
spirited lowan he Irma never have sighed
for other 'worlds to coakeer. Ello would
have dept him too boa &Wei the broom
tandle.'—Philatkthiga ohs iwkra kr.
M ae* TA_ 411DRISW.
LADIEt. Tog
A Posithy Om tor idl, Feints
ialles• Task Illesseaby ibiWassesiledlcsl la.
?Aims al Batas. as. 7.. end [mm seed ssceessfauy
by bidlowiroEl4ll44 It If 4 'Pin am far all Feasils
+ .amplibite.sioese4 If Illebiesba.Dyspepas.sad
at sesbecens asessel Webs Inersieribes *such an
J01:02111041140 - WWI, Itilasi Jkonetsa.
Illtese son Isf seessiesas, end mow
tbstiessin wee Ilfets ewe Waken
bssesswiseet or smattei oldie sea, •
.- se, ewe Ober bitisesatecesswdo ...
ace be iliscaberst . bet •• ToNici• a
- atm* atm. is-iiirr tii girAr mil a iand lo"'" ,- -
as MIMI Mt! wilaiusin edapbles
. cosei so es do dome% '
f 4, = ad . • I ruble! tee
*in
lift '
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same
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• elaeleisifeslobess
se .•• • bee tom Tab
Is Maw
. rn lallimusbetasat :
BM
Iteady-Made Clothing.
. Ho is prepared to offer bargains 'that will
induce customers to buy. Ocupying the
Urge and commodious store, No. .123 Hain
street; fornierly M. E, &Damon- & Son, he
presents a full" and complete' stock in all
lines of Clothing. ;5. •
NEW BOYS', YOUT'HS'
f A ,
' -
GENT'S PIIIMEOIiNG . GOODS,
TRAVELING 38408,
muumwi, c4NEs,4c.,
OVEIIICOA.TIS
3E) sir
Patelita Procureal uPon ths same wfdeb
inia originated lad -ineceutal4 b 7
aboft-siunsa Ana.
Plaipblet castor pages sent itipoti receipt
stamp. Inovel
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OPURA4EB winv.zer sov trim( Taup*
• • inns, I mini: lenWELlkl 4WD PORES .
OT THE eKnr,
NEUTRALIZING. AIIIIGRRING.ANDEMILING
• r R0R9F1.G.0178. ( *A:MENGUE. AND
The- mites or most Mania 11L; Sad miring when
• W
pliretebuts, hospitals, and all other method it anti
remedies faU. Scrofula or it Lat's Evil, Glare 4
livredlinge.trimrs, Old mores, Milk Le& Me
ailsotioas,Terti_ palm. Tumors. abscesses. Car-
Wades, Boils, inood Poisons; Bright's biseass.
Wasting of the Kidneys and Liver. ilheumatisni.
Constipation. Piles, 'Dyspepsia; and all itching
Gud Guilt •
ERUPTIONS
Of •the Skin Slid Sealp.-:sueb se Salt Rheum.
Morbid*, Totter.Ringworzn. Barbers tteh,Scald ;
Head. Itching Plies. and other Disfiguring rind'
Torturing Ramon, from a_PIMPIa . tor Ik'rof.
Wiltio ulcer , when sealsted by Ctrirevg,4 and Cest
ictraa fk.sw, the great Skin Cures. • , .
.
CUTICIIRA-
A sweet. anchangeabla Medicinal Jelley, clean;
off enema' evidence of Blood Humors, eats
away Dead Skin and Sash. instantly allays itch.
log and irritations. Softens. Booths. and Meals.
Worth its weight In gold for all itching
A. SOAP --,--
<-
All Exquisite Tone • thread Nursery gens,
tire. of with one flower odors and
boding . 'cat •:1 fa la- modified form
all the virtue f '.can. the great akin Cure -
and
tetzsgspenailde In the trate:mut offildn and
&alp Disesees, fad for restortne,Plmerving.
and - bemitirying the coniplexion and The
only . ltedieinal Babylioss. , I
antevaa, RISMOtti are the only real ear&
lives for diseases of the Skin, Scalp and Blood.
Pricer (Mucosa Rintoxyzwr, al.i U per bottle;
Cottotraa. are. per box:Urge boxes, $1.00:
cum. hisantr.a. Tom= Sassiy23b.; t/rnmutt
lizincumb Saorsrd Sas" 150. Mild everywhere.,
Depot. WEEKS kEBITER. Boston. Blass.
M. .
.._ . j '..^. ' - 1 .•
Al
Sanford's Radical Cur
THE OhZAT AMEICAN HALuAIfIC DISTI
TIQN OF WITCH HAZEL. AMERICA •
- PINKOANtINAN FIR. MARIGOLD,
CLOVER BLOSSOM. ETn..
For theimniedrate Relief and Permanent
of every form of Catarrh, from a simple
Cold or Influenza to the Lou of Smell,
and hearing Cough. Bronchitis. and Ind
Consumption. Indorsed by Physicians, C
late. and' Medical Jihiriltdo throughout
world, as the only complete externsil and 1
nal treatment.'
- One bottle,Radical Cure, one bos'Cata'
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler,. all In one
age, of all druggists for $l. Ask for Sanfi
Radical Core, WEEKS S POTTER, Soo
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c,OLLI s ' ELETRICI 1r
..., -
~ Gentlayet Effective, n ited
e - withHealina Baliam,iren
--v ? ...„
der COLLINS' VOL "LIC
- __,,--- ' 5,..- ELECTRIC. I'LASTE - ate
,_' 4 ) `hundred tittles super( rto
- • all otherplaster4 for very
, - ..,7 1,- .: rain, Weakness and Inflam
/Z/ A r .....aiS ation., Price , 2.c cents - :
-.c•IQ IS' Sold verywkere. ,
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:KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE
Is sure in its effects, mild in its action se it does
not blister, yet is penetrating and powerful to
reach every deep seated ..pain or to remove any
bony growth or other enlargements, such as
sparing, splints curbs, callous. sprains, swell
ings and any lameness and all enlargements of
the joints or limbs. or for rheumatism in man
and for, any purpose for wider* liniment is Used
for man: or beast. ,It is now known to be the
best liniment for man ever used,actlng mild and
yet certain inns effects. • 4
Send address for Illustrated Circular
we think give, positive proof of its virtues.... No
remedy has ever met with such nnqualifled)'isc
ceerto our knowledge, for beast as well a man.
- rrtce $1 per bottle. or six bottles sorb All
Druggists have It or can get it for you, or 1111
be sent to any address on receipt of-price by e
proprietors. IM. B. J. reluisit, k Co., ; Enos.
burgh Pans, Vt.
Sold by all Druggists.
MKS. D. V. STED GE,
Manitjayturer of anki Dealer in.
.HUMAN HAIR
•
COODS.
' T• - .
Wics.BANpEAux, the popular
Chatelaine Braid, •
EVERYTHING BELONG MO zv Tag HAIR BADE
ifirSpeci - al Attention given to COMBINGS
Roots all turned one way. .
SWITCHES fro& Si upward.. Also Agent'for
Huuter'm Invisible Face Foi.der,
Madam (`Lark's Corset's, Laud
Shoulder Bruce Elss.tica.
• ilfirl'artienlar attentlbn read to a ros‘dig ladles
batrat tbetr homes or at my plate of business,
over Evans a , Hildratb's store..
HavlB-Cir
THE RUSH FOR
JACOBS
-:AT
- • !
( - Ha I - tellable 'Cloth
-
ing
Is to examine his immense
ERROUII9OS
PLL AND WINTER
FASHIONABLE
ARV CHILDREN'S SUITS
1
Of e v ery grade land quality.
,
Of etivey quality.
,RUBBER ~000Dg-- • tt specialty.
AII Are invited to Call and Secure bargai'iii.
WJACOIB.
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Towagida, Pa., Oct. 3, 1882.
LIME
i, Minium= tit 180
HOWAAD A.
liolicitor of
AMERICAN AND FORE
C3l F STREET li. IV"•WASHING
18aressor so GUltsorok i Smith
Chipman, ammo: k C
11111
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';'.i.i.:o' 4,-W.4.1:::44P:.•_t.
GRacquz:,
, COUNTRY PRODUCE
MAIN AND PINE BTB
-_,
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They invite attention k)-theis complete
; ;
ma
El
ure
:rid
ste,
tent
.em.
the
tt.r-
CM
MEI
lAnd Cash Paid for D - Osirablo Kinds.
Geo L. Ross
—.DEALER IN ---
• f•
pa
n •
list:Class hroceries
Main Street, epposite H. C..:Oorter's"
• - • And Bridge Street, , •
. ;,••
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Fromiieciraber • 28thl . 1882, I will give Specla
prices to all find an extra quaDtptd all kyada of
GROCERIES, AND
•
CHOICE FLOUR
•
From the beat roller Mills.
•
I offer at wholesale all kinds °LP. Lorillard's
tobaccos. alio cigars, candies, leap. saleritne,
tea, coffee, and spices of all kir ds, and kerosene
oil, etc., at manufacturers' ..rices.
NATHAN TI,DD,
PITTSTON, WILKESBARRE
A. • L -
FOOT or PINE STitri*,'NEAß 11 01IRT ROUSE
. .
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The patronage o ms old friends and the public
.ecerall , Weolid ed.. . Veep
Wagons ct Carriages
IMO
oLp Esir4az!szil zvT
k
• would
call the at ;h- -
tion Of FARMERS and.:
=
- , ►them to.hia lame and. Complete
assortment of •
()pen & Top 13tiggies
PLATFORM WAGONS
- . all of hia
own MANUFACTURE zu s l 40iticc
ranted in -every pari , ! . ,
tienbir
' r
Bryant*. Flesitde Springs used in all Platter"
- Wagons. The easiest and beat in use.
OW,
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO itUYI
' r s.
i Look el those figural • - -
Two enlisted Carnage. Wm ..... ... Silo to 1116
Photon'. ono oostsd
US to 160
Top Bunke ' ' 1.16 to in
OM Buillg_ 0 1:-: - .f. ,• .- SO to 100
et"
Dowers, SO to 110
Itonsomberboro are in tall? inwrant.
ed. tutorial's or no • .
~ _Arwiwillat P atttoodod to at 25 pot mkt
owowlsat sears plow
monad tutor, cor.lhila andl laissieth Elts.
' "dui -aaraztr.
RUMP .
N, D. C..
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aelittritl-letit_iri
PROVE.: lONS,
• AVe - • - I
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-
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HAVE REMOVED
• To thaw ucii.spOre;
in
Chia al stand 011foxetsgentikliernr.)
' kiSsortment and 1
ery v large 4 - ` - ' - ` -- _ I
\ • 7; 14 , 11 : ,•, ,
1 4 4 r," i
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Choice New Goods, which
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• ,; t.„- . 11
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• i .. f 4 ..,.. ,
tutus alwaye op hat r &
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•
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
To tbe
•
PIiODII6E TIME
as. J. LUNG.
GEO. STEVENS.
(Successor to Mr. McSeaa,l
DEALER IS
AND LOYAL SOCK
'IOW ANT)A. PA.
* L 0 IVR.St PRIC*4 FUG CA .
Cheaper than eirmr' at the
JAMES BRYANT,
- AID
>ri"
1 "r
]Wpb ingettkoustiedielesimb3
boy. of Honeybirook. Chester County, beside._
'Pied Wieveridau of gifting raw( the rah
which %N i g .hie ratjuir's collar,--:.11e beacon.
rudest Outfit old, fruit isee batt..ty of
three Le4den - Jilis, uleichhe, malteds; ewe
places upon tt large free plate toucher
the tin foil on the outside. Thhe',bait IS so
imaged that whea the rat steps upon' the
• plate'andscizis the battle r.tbnce makes - the
connectico;befween the outside. and inside
.4,Jsrs;mul they are discharged through hie 1
body, killing him -litPrally a 9 quick 'ami
sin. He chargee the jars by means of an
dentinal machine, $l3O constructed by
oaf.' fie mu a couple of wires through the
flocielo the cellar.from the room above, and
es soon wie).o would )tea• a rat squeak he
would immegately recharge the baitCrT.
The first tims - he put the machine in opera.
gar' he slaiic,titereit twenty.tlve rats In r
'Tacna! three,„hours, and in, two the cello
was 'entirely , Cleared of the: pests.— West
Resler- Lor a l
Mtn
a .~
. . . . . ..
Quirk'. compl ete tore. anal:moving Sidney.
Blacigler,..and Urinary Diseaets: ft: Dr'u'g
, .
. .
At the Brush Electric Light ,Station; at
the corner of Notra Dame and Front streets,
there is :a dog . trap which Is Somewhat re.
,markable; and the effect produced on prowl.
'hag canines very,peculir. A space
_on" the
Boor is damPened and one wire from an
electric light connected with the-Wet spot,
in the centre of which is a piece Of 'sad
with the othcewire attached to; it. k dog
entering the 45,- - riaturally at.
tr.ehed by gamest and app*Scli' es At hay:
.ng to stand-on the moist spice.. The ma
went he.tenches the meat the circuit, is mule
and the intruder is thrown some distance by
thikshock. The other night, an Irish bull.
doiriciade four attacks on the' meat, brit had,
titer' a severe shaking, to plinquish his grip
In the tootlishme bait. TI e stroke passing
er the small wires used i not sufficient
_to
kill, y't it is severelnongh to impress the
log with its force, kid they.aarely return:—
Yew Orleans l'imes.Ltemocrat. -
MEM
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ClearsbUtysts, mice, roaches. dies, ants,
i ., e(l-bugS. itkunks. chipmunks, gophers. 15c.
Druggist.z:
-2L MOW is THE . Itosr DANGEROUS.
A whiter of broad experience and keen ob•
tetviticia.mys a vidow is most dangerous in
er second vear. That . ip probably a terrible
.nct. 13 . 'etween a two-year old-widow and. a
'nineteen: yearling girt • you couldn't tell
which of the pair to fly to or rua from.
-Both/are set down in the column of rhks u
stutra bszardous."—Burlincton Ilinekelio.
-
GnEr.kricu, rb. 11, 1880.
llop Bitters was given up
by the.doctors to die of'-scrofula' consump
tion. Two bottles •of yo'nr ; Bitters cured
me. LERoY BREWER.
par. 11AD BTO rs.r. Pon 'TEE Tirtmmozurra.—
." I &tot-believe you have tire Water of the
right temperature. You nit sk get a ther.
mometer," said au Austin mother.to the new
colored nurse. "What am dat?' "It is an
instrument by which you can tsilif the water
is too hot orcold." " I kin tellllat ar with
out any instrument. Et de child turns blue
,den_ de water ; ern too cold and___oE-tit
turns Ted, den I knot's dat de water am too
hot."—irTexar Siftings.
kozsern /CMGs NO /VD:CATION OP Ant....
It fa t.,:nr alleged that the ridge seen on the
Section of a tree are no certain indication of
thoao of a tree. It is the same witht the
Ougs 'MI a girl's fingers—though z'whetr‘ her
digits are garnished witlitalf a dozen the in
ference is that although she may bo thirty
years'old, she lacks the sense of the - average
girl in her teens. - orrietown Hera!d.
DrstaAnr.r. PLACE rm.. , rnz
lady writes to a Cincinti paper to Thad out
hspw rong a person trustft:ide in- Ohio be:
fore :she can get married. We don't know
how is in Ohio, but if the young Lady bi:
of marriageable age and can furnish the
bridegroom; she can get married within' tap
minutes -after her arrival in Baltimore:—
fkatimore ; Commirciat Adiertiser.
FOR 3PALT.I\T
CIIREtt
Rheumatitm, rieuraigia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache. Heae Toothache.
Sore Throat. SwOllll moo. XproLlos.kirtrises,
Burrs. Scalds. Frost lined.
__AND ALL (aqua 110DiLY PAM ASIA acne .
Sot by Drug:lsta and, Deniers everywhere. Filly Centsyboitte
Directions in 11 Languages:
•
• • THE MAULER A. VOGIELEEt CO.
is li.ws e. A. VOllElit t CO.) Baltlison, 14.. C.B. A.
F L . 0R E N
En" itie &MA tIOWIT Ulna/ to tickusa. Tklkatio.
very WU*, Noodoetlkett. Dome you pi AMES.
TONoI ColuirsO, slogan el Moo=t Co., N. T.. as eires,
iab. IS els at deverletiOad Aram to
COLOGNE
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NEW FURNITURE AND RE-
A I,AIRINQ'ERIA,BLISRM&NT,
-
SEYMOUR "SMITH,
Who has had 21Years experience in the furniture
btutineas, us opened a Itore and repairing shop
in Bentley's Block, Prat Ward, (opposite
McCabe's marble yardl and solicits the patron=
age of the public. lie has been tniho employ of
Messrs. Prost for past eighteen years, and
feels confident tha be tutu give entire satisfac
tion in REPAIRING FURNfITIRE, both as to
QUALITY and PRICE.
I guilt keep a stock of key Goods, and mill
order per 'catalogue for customers at a smell ad
vance from manufacturers prices. Call-and lee
-me all who are in want of Repairing of New
floods.
Omen EETMOURAXITR.
FIRE AND LIFE rbTERTRAIICE
4.71,A1E1 AND
, •
•
LLEcii AGENcy .
BRINK & BUCK, LCRayivillef
Win writes Policies Or risks in Fire and Life
Ii
• insane.. Collect with; are and
promptness. They represent none but,
min -class COMPANIES!
rimy tlisemblenee and patron:goof thaw
having business In their line, end will *Messer
to merit It. A ly to or address
• I* it
MICK. Laitaysorille. Pa.
EVERY ONE SHOULD TRY I.
Writing Inks.
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STATIONER/I'4F
~Ditll4ll3ll3' TB.
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MEE
Fins KILLED BY -ELECTRICITY*
' - lit Lit 1 AIBA." 4 ' -0:
;:,101;.;ELECTRIG DOG TRAP.
Uull ON RATS.'
W. 1 B TODD'S GOVERNmENT
FOR - ALEBY
MEM
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MEE BOW' IdUCCEPAYUL REMEDY EVer di.. -- .:
dowered, is It Is certain in its efforts Asa ,
not blister. Also excellent for - sw am , roi
.11 MOP' BELOW. ~., chlk ..
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• ' MOM COL.I. T. POSTER, .
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Youngstown, Obi ._ Bay 16th,
D R , V. I. gILXDALL k CO;.—I had s loiy, .....
..44 4.
Ole Usitibletoulsit colt which I prized v.-ry Li g
,:
Ir. br-bed Aline bete Alps% In of, owi, f a It ead
I small one on this other *lch made 10, 4 "
hyds; rhad hint under the gof two :m e i, :.
uary surgeons which tailed to` cure biz I as ,
One der reeding the advertisement of &tu r f;
toivln Curs In Ole
and ExDrms• / detemus
~ as once to try it. and got our c ires!, s a , to send for It, they orde rer three bottles; i too
thsza SU and thought I would give It s thoro t r i s
seg. I used . it according to directions sad u s
youvia day the colt ceased to be lame, sad 2„
s wa p s bare disappeared. I used but on. h astu .
end :he colts limbs are se free from /amp 1; 4 -
atemoott, se say horse to the state. use filet.
4 tirtiO tared. The care' was so r• markabp, La/
Ilet two or my neighbors have tho remalolor
rue d bottles, who are now using it.
• - ,- Very stespectfully, _. .
L. T. I . osym
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Kendal! Spavin Cu re
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ON HUMAN FLESH.
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Patten's Mills. West:non co., N.Y..
1. Feb.-• 1••
-Ds. B. J ;Emmett, Dear iiir:— Th e terw :4 4,
moo on which used your Kendall's Nevin Cuta
was a malignant selrJe sprain of sixteen menus
sitantling. fried many things, but Mtuzi.
y our 0, min Core put to thr stew
again, and for th. drat ti me d sfricii - luctl 4 ,
;natural position. For i fatally nutmeat del.
• - e, anytKus t we sorer used. .
Yours truly, ; . `,.
• REV. M. P. DELL.
Paster of IL P. cuurch, Patton iltils, yl
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Price Si, per boUtiii.'er six &Ages for Li. la
Dm:nista are. it or can get It far you. or it
be setts to any oildreea on receipt of price by ju •
proprietors; D. B. J. KEZiDALL k C0..14 06 .
burghlalle. Vt. Bold at
Dr. IL U. I ostei 7 N Drui—t se it
KLINE'S MARKET
.ciA. rt.( )I_, LI )c
JOHN W. KLINE,
MEATVEGET4BLE
A.FIKET
o s more convenient location:and establishsd
himself in the. ftrroll Block, opposite t*elya
Hotel, is prepared to supply his pimps. with
THE CHOICEST - OF MEATS.
OYSTERS IV_ Tam liEasoN.
• VIIESH YEAH ABLES.
•-• • DOMESTIC PELIT,
-••
WBOZOONA SALEAGE.a specialty. &U or
d.^ pzotcmtly delivored. . . :
- You' need not Die to Win
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IN lin --- • • -
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nurnAL ~E NDOIVMENI
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Immo
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11111 i A33,:1i
• Of (Bap, 1 4 1. It,
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Ton receive one-half of-your insuranee, co
cording to the American Lite Table, 'when two
third' of 'lnns We expectancy is Aniahed—for
illustration; a man Or woman joining the duo,
elation at SS years of age taking a certinadefor
82400. reeelvessl,2l . s when a little over 58 fad'
of age, exactly the period in life when a l•ttla
financial help is generally more fleeced than at
any other time.
BLADES k ßoca ;
inne2tf. - - General Agents for Peen'a.
Tilialida - r-5,:ci. - Stoie
spF ' o
Is preparo to otrer a complwe 'assort
DRY AVD FANCY GOODS,
Crockery, Qrasswre,
WHITE iintrft .
Th. crATER (711 INA
el
ME
Latest detigm44,Pa!tertts of
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ATAJOLICA WARE,
BIRD CAGES,
; . SATCHELS, &C.
For the coming Spring Trade, *e .
adhere as heretofore- to our established
principle=thaeu ;ale with a small
profit . is beterllhaL a slow tale 'With
large pit—iitid therefore our pr:ecsi
in -.any. line - ,iof go6d i i will conic ate
favorable with . the priees of •any other
house.
.Ser.We endeavor to self the best.
article . fm• the liast pissible money.
- LOEWUS & FREIMUTH.
SPECIAL ' ANNOUNCEMENT
JAMES4IcCA BE
HAS 440WD 1119 GpOCEBY lIIIBLNESS
2118 SOUTH-EAST Coterry 0- 11.1iN
AND BRIDGE STREETS. WAERE
lIE nAs Egraßunzri'
quar.tersr
-FOR EVERYTIIIN6 I THE LINE OF
MEMEL PHYISILIS,
I=
CASH'PAID for Desiii.l , l4. Pro
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duce. Fine BUTTER :•nti EGGS
a specialty; -;, _
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KENDA& I II3 SPArni CURE
lY sur..4o Clare goosing. SpMits.
.Ad It remotes all unnatural
enlargemnts. Dors' row surf=
Has no equal for any IMlNtless on
beset or man. It has cured - 1440W
lameness to i person who had suf
. bred II years. Also cared
than. 'corns fro s t-bites or sod
as
at 4.as or labarees s . - It hum no equal . for
aaT blembh on *bosses. ,Send for illnitT Sted
eirsular Otte warms none. Price SI. ' 1 ""
Dammam am it GrAmut get It rri•
Kendall t Co:. PrtivrietM.s. ltuosourilb
Vermont. 11. 0. pomp". . : Agent. Towanda. Vs.
ro
BEST
fzirLers.tp,...brukl i
not
andel& We will start yon. $l2 a der and uP.
'aurae meads at home by the mdastrions. Ma. •
women, boys and gifts wanted everywhere to
work for rm. Now la the time.',Yon can work in
sinus time only Or give Soar thole time tow e J
Imetame. .You era live at heindaad do the work /
No other badness will ply yew swirly se welle -
No one ma WI to make enormous tor °a
gat nee. • Coe*, Oath& and tonne tree.—
made CIA Melly sad honorably.
Dee 10— yr Tin & Co., Augusta. MOM
Main Street, - first Ward.
RAVING 11EllOVED 1118
- FE! F,,
NEXT pOOR, Tu FELCIi.
m•-rit oi
IMO
&C., &c.
April 29 17
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