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MlDDLEBUHGll, SNYDER CO, PENN'A, SEPTEMBER 13, 1883.
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When you see a fellow mortal
Without Hied and fearless views,
Hanging on the skirts of others
Walking in their rast-oiT shoes,
Bowing low to wealth anil favor,
With abject, uncovered head,
Uvay to ret reut or waver,
Willing to be tarn! or lead
Walk Yourself w ith flrmer bearing,
Ttirow your tuoral shoulders back,
fihow your spin has nerve and mar
row Just the thing which his must lack.
A stronger word
Was never heard
Than this backbone.
When you ere a theologian
II tigging close some ugly creed,
Fearing to reject or qiiPhtioti
Dogmas which bin priest mny read;
Holding back all noble feeling;
Choking down each manly view
Caring more for forms and symbols
Thau to know the good and true;
Walk yourself with firmer bearing,
Throw your moral shoulders back;
8how your spiue has nerve and marrow-Just
the thing which his must lack,
A stronger word
Was never heard
Than this backbone.
When you see a politician
Crawling through contracted holes,
Begging for some fat position
In the house or at the polos;
With no sterling manhood in hint
Nothing staple, brood or sound;
Institute of pluck or bnllest;
Double sided all around;
Walk yoursttlf with firmer bearing,
Throw your moral shoulders back;
&bw your spine lias nerve and ittur
row Just the thing which his must lack.
A stronger word
Than this backbone.
A modest song, and plainly told
The text is worth a mine of gold;
For many men most sadly lack
A noble stiffness in the back.
ON ACCOUNT OP THE TAEIFF.
Last week the Mulkittle went oat
into the country to a small watering
place whore the water is brought in
a bucket up a Rtenp hill. This plaoo
was not chosen on account of its be
ing a watering place or because it
Ld any reputation as an iu vigorat
iojj retreat, but because the man
who own the doable log hoase ou
the top uf the rugged hill extended
to Mr. Mulkittle an invitation to
come out and stay a few woeks with
iiim. Minister! of the gospel are
tisrtally kind and generous and gent
ly lean toward accepting anj thing
in tbo nature of something to eat
that you are a mind to give them.
Mr. Mulkittle declared that
.1 "Itoilnh ITrvotr ' VA n.v.A nf 1...
ksalily was a charming plage, and de
clared tbat be would like to spend
months instead of weeks araonrr its
arpet of moss and refreshing vines.
Hi re Mrs. Juggle, wifu of Col, Jug-
agio, proprietor of the nlsca. siohed.
Sand to disgaise any spirit of dispar
agement, coughed, burned ber bacd
D the coflfe pot and passed the eorn
Jread to yonng Mulkittle.
1 Col. Juggle is quite a politician
nd the not day after the miuistet's
rnval, ho Slid :
'Parson, you appear to be a migh
well posted man j I'd like to know
t you think of the tarriff."
I've never studied the matter
y closely, bsviog devoted my time
Out there's mightv powerful eos-
t 1 hitcbel up with the tariff. I
y : at a roan to be eonsistaut in every
I 3, and before I bear you preach
I' like to get your opinion on the
stum that is about to split the
he Rev: Mr. Mulkittle was tome
1 t a loss. lie was afraid to
f a "colore, in tbat be micht an-
pnize the CnUl l nit Anallv ha
9 think i t..-.
vug uv air uiig iuujd
Of a tariff innH -nr.
j , WUIJ J IJA
fTbst's wllfll Itnn'r. r.fF TCUmt
deuce do we want of a tariff J
t to grind down the poor to build
b rioh, eh t"
( 1 1 maaot tbat1'
Ya yon ueao that you want to
great manufaoturiec crash
Vn tbat work for W
T & w aiaUkeu sir, I "
o, sir, yoo mean tbat I ought
y three prices for a mowing ma
w loa fMt," wJd tbe
&w. warming with the subject
ot a duty ought to be im
--ll rticlei. aot . so
much on tbe revenue derived as in
view of protection our borne indus
tries from mannfitcturers who, by
means ef cheap laber and greater ex
perience, can undorsell us, thereby
"You talk like a bondholder and I
believe yon are bought up."
"You dou't know what you are
' You are a liar!"
Mr Mulkittle and the Colonel
sprung simultaneously to their feet
and glared at each other
"You are a liar," leiteratad the
Then tbe two gentlemen clutched.
Mrs Mulkittle and Mrs. Juggle
tushed into tbe room and seeing
their husbands eugngod in war.
turned npon each other and ciutcbed
Young Mulkittlo and Tommy Juggle
who had been playing to the yard,
ran into the room, wheeled and
clntched, whilo the little sister Mul
kittle, who was sittiug on tbe floor,
took a hair brush aod gave baby
Juggle a crack over the head. Mr.
Mulkittle "churned'' the Colonel
ngainst the wall and choked him un
til ho wheezed like a split bellows
Mrs. Mulkittle and Mrs. Juggleceas
ed physical hostilities and resorted
to the more t-tlective weapon, t lie
tongue. Young Mulkittlo cut a
scollop on young Juggles' forehead
with a blaching box top, and littlo
sister Mulkittle raked a comb across
baby JuggW nose. Tbo struggle
scorned to stop on its own accord,
for sudJculy Mr. Mulkittlo fun.l
himself walking in ono direction,
conscious that bin adversary was
walking in a direction directly op.
posite. They spoke not a word lit
partiog, but when the Mulkittlts,
climbed iuto the vehicle the Colouel
stood in the yard and shook bis fist
at tbe crowd.
"What did you fight about?" ask
ed the boy.
"The infernal tarriff."
"Where is it T "
M'ou dou't kLow anything about
'If you don't know anything about
it, what made you fight T"
"Didn't I say hush ?"
"Yes. bat I'd like to seo the tariff.
Is is something about tbe biblo T"
Mr, Mulkittle gave his sou such a
look that the little fellow actually
tlow into ailenco.
It won't do for even preachers to
discuss tarriff. No one is suf when
it is the subject of conversation.
TEZ LOVE OF IIOHE.
It is only shallow-minded preten
ders who either make distinguished
origin a matter of personal merit, or
obscure origin a matter of personal
reproach. Tauut and scoffing at
the bumble condition of early life
affect nobody iu America but those
who are foolish euougb to indulge in
them, and they are generally suffi
ciently punished by public rebuke.
A man who is not ashamed of biin
self, need not be ashamed of his ear
ly condition. It did not happen to
mo to be born in a log cabin ; but
my elder brothers and eititers were
born in a log cabin, raised among
the snowdrifts of New Hampshire at
a period so early, that when the
smoke first rose from its mde chim
ney, and curled over the frozen bills,
there was no similar evidence of a
white tuau'a habitation between it
and tbe settlements ou tbe rivers of
Its remains still exist, I make to
it ao annual visit. I carry my chil
dren to it, to teacb tbouj tbe hard
ships endured by tbe generations
which have gone before them. I
love to dwell on tbe tender recol
lections, tbe kindred ties, tbe early
affections, and tbe touching narra
tives and incidents wbiob mingle
with all I know of this primitive
family abode. I weep to think that
none of those who inhabited it are
now among tbe living i and if ever
I am ashamed of it, or if ever I fail
in affectionate veneration of him who
reared it, and defended it against
savage violenoe and destruction,
cherished all tbe domestio virtues
beneath its roof, and, through tbe
fire and blood of a seven years' rev
olutiouary war, shrunk from no dan
ger, no toil, no aacrifloe, to serve bis
country, and to raise bis children to
a condition bettor than bis own,
may my Dame, and the name,
of t my posterity be blotted
forever from tbe memory of tuan-
S0L0U0N AND HIS THOUSAND
THK BAD nOT UOKM INTO FIOl'nKS
aru ANTo.innas the
"Solomon is credited with being
the wisest man, and yet history says
be had a thousand wives,' said the
bad boy to tho grocery man. "Just
think of it. You have got one wife,
and pa Las got one, and all the
neighbors have one, if they have bud
any kind of luck. Does uot ono wife
make you pay attention T Wouldn't
two wives break you up t Wouldu't
three causo you to see stars f How
would ten stiike you f Why, man
alive, yon do not grasp the msgni-
, ludo of tho statement that Solomon
had a thousand wives. A thousand
wives Btitndmg side by sido, would
reach about four blocks. Marching
by fours it would take tbeut "Ouiinutes
to pnss a given point. Tho largest
summer resort hotel only holds
about five huudred people, so Sol
would have had to biro two hotels if
he took his wives out for a day in
tho country. If you would stop and
think onro in a whilo you would
The grocery mnu's ojcb had be
gun to stick out as the bad boy cou
tinuod, as though thu statistics had
never been brought to his attention
before, but be was bound to stand
by bis old friend Soloraou, and ho
said, "Well, Solomon's wives mils)
have been different from our wivos of
the present day.''
"Not much," snid tho boy, as he
seen he was paialyzing the grocery
man. "Women have been uboul the
same ever sinco Kvo. And it stands
to reason that olotuou'n wives were
no better than the mother of the
human race. Statistics show that
one woman out of every ten is read
headod. That would gie Solomon
an even hundred red headed wives
Just that hundred red headod wives
would be enough to make ao ordina
ry man think that there was a laod
thnUeiairer. than tUia.Tl tlx-re
would bo, out of the other nine hun
dred about throe hundred blondes
and the other six hundred would be
brunettes, and maybe be had a few
albinos, and bearded women, and fat
women, and dwarfs Now, those
thousand women bad appetites, de
sires for dross and stylo, tl.o samo its
nil women. Imagine Solomou say
ing to them, "Q:rls, let's all go down
to the ice cream saloon nod have a
dish of ico cream." Can yon, with
your train muddled with codfish and
new potatoes, realize the scene that
would follow? Suppose, after ol
omou's broom brigade bad got seat
ed in tho ice creamery, one of the
red headed wive ahould catch Solo
raon winking at a strange girl at nu
other table. You mny think Solo
mon Oid not know enough to wink,
or that he was not that kind of flirt,
but be must have been or he could
never have succeeded in marrying a
thousand wivos, in a sparsely settled
country. No, sir, it looks to me as
tbongh Solomon in all his glory was
an old masher, ond what I have seen
of men being bossed around with
one wifo, I don't envy Solomon his
thousand. Why. just imagine that
gong of wivos going aod ordering
full bonnets. Solomon would have
to be a king.or a Vaodorbilt to stand
it. Ma wears five dollar silk stock
ings, and pa kicks awfully when the
bill comos in. Imagine Solomon
putting up a few thousand pair of
silk stockings. How would you like
to have a thousand red headed wives
come into the storo this miunto aud
tell you they wanted you to send
carriages around to tbe bouse at 3
o'clock so they could go for a drive T
Or bow would you like to have a hir
ed girl come rubbing in and tell you
to send up six hundred doctors, be
cause six hundred of your wives bad
been taken with cholera morbus
"O, don't mention it," said the
grocery roan, with a shudder. "1
wouldu't take Solomon's place, and
be the natural protector of a thou
sand wives if anybody would give
me tbe earth. Think of getting up
on a cold winter rooming and build
ing a thousand fires. Tbiok of a
thousand pairs of bands in a fellow's
hair 1 Boy, you bave shown me that
Solomon needed a guardian over
him. He didu't bave sense," Mil
Look out t Look Out 1 1 Look
OCT 1 1 18. Oppenheimer, Selinsgrove,
will In a short time leave for the east
ern etttes for a. bug and well selected
WHAT A KOSKOH SATS.
A man's chanck rou kalvatiox in
I'llOPOUTION TO THK NDMIIKH OK
II I H WIVKS A IIACHKUOItHUIlK
The most interesting man I have
met to-day was one who bad wooed
and won threo women simultaneous
ly, lie bad just arrived with thorn
from England, and intended to mar
ry them collectively as soon as he
got to a safe plaor. The only one
within the limits of civilization where
that kind of thing is allowed being
Utah, it is hardly necessary for me
to add that ho wan on his way to
that territory of polygamy. He was
an elder, named Kphrim Measor.
nnd had spent four ?carB on the
other eide of tbo world as a Mormon
j missionary, lie wns culyono of a
l party of twenty-two of thosoevange
I lists who arrived iu the steamer N-
vndit, bringing G72 converts. He
had selected his throe spouses with
sentiment and utility in view.
When I went away on mv mis
sion for I he church," bo said, "I
left my five motherless children to
!tlie caro of n relative. I had nevor
ptaclicedonr doctrine of conjugal ,
plurality.though believing and
preaching it, and my ono wife had
recently died, leaving me to realize
that, if I had done my duty, the
youngsters would not have been loft
half-orphaned. Well, I (Lade up
my tniud, if the Lord should ptos.
per my mission, to return prepared
to set tipasnch a household ns our
church contemplates for every faith
ful saint. I have done so."
He iutrodeced me to the three
women whom his religious court
ship had rnptnred. It was not rieo
ossary f r him to explain that he
hnd picked tbem out with that dis
cretion which I bave already men
tioned. I could see it without be
ing told. Emeline was a brawny,
ignorant, hard-banded widow of for
ty or over, and her lot was to be
that of drudge in the admirably bal
anced fawv'y which
contemplated. She was to "look
after the domestic economy," as lie
expressed it. &arnh was neither a
handsome nor young woman, but
some Tenement was discernible, and
he told me that she had bceu a
Hclioolmn'aiu in Witles She was for
practical uko, too, hi plan
mitke her a governess for his
ilren. I.ottiu was a blooming
i ;i i
I lit II-
cashire lass of twenty or so, quiet
pretty in her coarso way, and I did
not ask (he elder why he had rhos
eu her. They Here evideutly in love
with each other. That was not sur
prising iu him, though marvelous in
her, considering tlmt bo was sixty
and ngly. She was to be tbe queen
of the reorganized establishment.
"Will there be a triple wedding T"
"Ves," the elder roplied. "Wa
call the ceremony a sealing, and is
performed in secret Thereafter, I
shall hold a more approved position
before the cbnrch, for wo maintain
that polygamy is not only a privil
ege, but also a duty which no saint
can bo entirely excused from fulfill
ing. There was some hesitation
sbout sending roe out ssa missionary
because I had taken but one wife,
and I don't suppose I should have
received the appointment if I hud
not given assurance of my intention
to bring back two or more wives."
"Then your church does moro
than to tnorely conteoance polyga
my T" I said.
"To be sure." was tbe reply, ''the
examples of tbe patiiarcbs are all
that way, and there stands the in
junction of St. Paul : 'A bishop,
then, must be blameless, tbe hus
band of one wife."
''I should take tbat to mean tbat
more than one wife wouldn't do for
a bishop in Paul's days."
' You makes common mistake, sir.
Paul enjoined bishops to take at
least oue wife, and we believo that
they had several. We also know,
by diviue revelation to ns. that a
mau's chances for salvation are
greatly increased by the increasing
number of bis wives. A bachelor is
enre of damnation. Are you mar
nope rises and falls by the acci
dent of war, as tba merourv of tbe
thermometer changes by tbe acci
dent of beat aod cold. Let ua rath
er take for our eymbol tbe sailor's
barometer, which gives him unerring 'deserted now, and their rooms are
proaiisa of serene skis and peaces 6'led with earthly aud material
TUB PRKSIDRNT OF THK LIMK KII.N
CI. til UIVK4 THK MKMBHH3
"I nnderstatid," began tho presi
dent, as the meeting was opened tn
due form, "dat quite a number oh dot
members oh dii club am gwiooto,
bo tnat'ied doorin' de summer. Dai's
all right an' I wish 'm mnch joy.
au' shall bo glad to witness de obse
quies ob each au' cbory ono. Hut I
wants to say a fev words in general.
In de fue' place, am yon gwine to
msr'y fur love or fur sort o' bizoias
partnership T If you answer fur
love, let me wain yon to bo snrtiu
dat you doau' mistake do sentiment.
Many a young man who fought Lis
heart tore by do love has gwiue into
do matrimony to diskiver il.it he
.. i.. i .... . i ... i .. .oa
nuiijMj uiki uu iiiiujituwou ur a
set ob false teeth an' n high instep.
ff fill. .It. rw 1 1 f fill. i... h( . . ' 1
juu Ruanci IUI a owl I u Lfi&UIBB
partnership, let me warn you not to
ex pec' too much. You won't lub tie
woman, an' the won't trust you. It
will be a sort o' boss trade in which
both parties will be cheuto l. aud
both Anntinnnr t bn n,,l !. it
You can git along ufter a fashion au'j
pooplo who soo her on your arm nt n
circus wou't know how
.... . 1
you tight at
"Ifyoumus" mar'y, lot common'
sense hove a show in do transack-'
ebon. Doau' go t lT your feet bekano i
you meet a gal who kin sing like it!
robin, smile like a roue, au' jump oft'
a street kyar widout bjduriu' de Jri
bor tu stop. A wifo will hub much
tu do hchide siugiu' an' cultivatin'
dimples. If you sro gwino to mar'y
ax yerselves how fur 810 per week
will go when divided up fur clothes
an' pervishuns uu' house rent au'
fewol ho' accidentals. Hefo' you full
in lub aid a gal who looks too sweet
for anything in a red plush siicqu ,'
tiggor on how many such dud yoi r
income will afford her. Jiffo' you
am broke up over a gal who plays de
planner, talks French, paints land
scapes an' rends poetry, jib t sit down
au' ligger who am to cook yer meat
an' laters, putch yer cloze, darn yer
socks an' help yer make 812 buy $K
worth of thiugs. Ht-fo' yer let a pa'r
o' flashin' eyes an' it cunuiu dimple
enptivato yer, look aroun' a little uu'
see if de owner hits got a temper like
wildcat. Muiriuge am a lottery
J simply bcknso people take each other
. . . . ... . . i
uobitfLt an' unseen.
We cannot, ns Christian men and
women forgot tbo duty of forgive
ness. It was one of tbe grand thiogs
iu the economy of ( Jo.l that He in
serted in that fumous prayer for tbe
daily use of His children tbe sen
tence:. "Forgive us of our tres
pass as we forgite those that tres
passes against us," aud yet how few
there are among us who really, sin j
cerely cultivate tbe forgiving spirit
as they ought. How fow of us tind
it possible, not to say easy, to for
give oue who has wronged us. It is
one of the trying things in our expt
Hence to forgive a person who has
deeply and iutcntionlly injured us
aud yet it is a thing wo must do if
we bnpo to win tbo verdict of tbe
fttithful. This is a virtue which rnu t
be taught from tbe cradle by par
ents, teachers, friends ; that must be
taught by precept and example, by
the homo, tho pulpit and the press
Emerson gavo a glorious tribute to
a great man when he said his beait
wits as great as tbe wot Id, but there
was no room iu it to hold tbe mem
ory of a wrong. 1 he Pogon idea
was that it was weakness to forgive ;
but the languago of civilization as
well as Christianity ia that it is one
of the noblest traits of roan to for
give, Pope said that "to err is bu
man ; to forgive, divine."
To die iu order to avoid the pains
of poverty, love, or anything that is
disagreeable, is not the part of a
brave man, but of a coward j for it
is a cowardice to shun tbe trials aud
crosses of life, not undergoing death
because it is honorable, but to avoid
Many men are mere warebooees
full of merchandise tba heart, the
bead, are etoffed with goods. There
are apartments in their souls wbiob
once tenanted by love, and taste aod
worship, but tbey are all
J W. SAMPSKIi,
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OSr hll rmfon.lonnl Mrlc. to tho rliuini
vl ontrrvillt and vlnlnltf . Ann. j, J.
Q EDtiAlt HASSINOKII,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
ON- r In. prnf. hM rvlct ti lh. i It Icons
ill JIH.tiolmruli rv! vicinity. t'lTW mo itimr
.t ul WaililiiKtoo llnus. Jul)' tt.'SJ.
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GILBERT & GROUSE.
OIT.r Ihrlr PrcfoMloaai .rlta. ii ti pa.
IM A II Iiu.Ik.m H 'liol to tk.lr .r. will ro
r.l. prompt (It.titlvs. C.stal .tlut. la r.a
ll.lj aot urruau. 9"t S,
yM. E. HOrsWEKiH,
ATIORNEY AT LAW.
I'ni.rt,.fli .ml all nth. r local baalnm prompt
ly atin!l to. CvBalt.tl4ji,i la tnnllih aa'i
Atl bsilDM. onirotrct hi. ara will la)
praiaptlf iUqd1i t.
S. pt. K.'Ht.
AlTOiti:T i r.i.tw
M:rkrt SI., Mintyrovt. Pt:
AH prif.l'nl l in riM pruroi'tlT .ti.4cd'
to. DuntuliatloDi la t.aglliii and o.rmaa
Mittillrliurg, Snydrr C ,
ran b. eoniult, d In K.ngllib or Hor n an.
Cnllootioni mad.. l'uuulttlM)ii In KnvlUh
ami ).riMi. Join 8, 'Jl.tf.
New Berlin, Penn'a.
Prifoinnal htmlfm. rutrti.teit to Ma ora
will rrrlro pr. nipt allontlnn. .Intio fu,':..
QIIAS 1 I LHICH, "
Attorniy & Connsellor-At-Law.
nfflr. In App'n tlmlitlna on ituoi furtb ,uf
K KTTli a lluTKI..
ft'lluKi o r. I'onn a
Oiilloollntu ami ,l .iluor prii-flinl t,ot
n l nlirlioil and will roc.lt. rar.tul anil
prompt au.n'l'in. Apr. II, 'to. n.
i- ATT'rrV AT1.AW.
M 1 ft lit. (Ill' in i HVVinurii u
I jrr bin Prot.Ml.inal n.r.lr.t totkt nbll
.vuuiiiiin. ia CDKiiru anil uoriaan,
A. W. POTTER, A S I. POTTKR
a rionxh rs .i r w.
Selinsgrove. Fa ,
Offrr th.lr pror.nlunal f.rr.. t u,. aubll.
All I.k.I buoltie.. .ntnittoj tn thctr r.r. will
rornivo prrnnpt att.ullon. ttffio. on Mln Hi.
July 4, U.
ORACE A L I.EM AN,
T 7 O It .V R Y AT.
h A W.
A II proioailmial li'ilnota an-1 r ''oitin
tru-ioil tu hi. i-aro will I i ,.u,,if i n1
oil i i. fan ho o nu it-. In KneU-tinr
tt.rmaa. tlWon . ran i iuara
At t rll fH'.ri r-T .ri v
AI) HISTUK'T A ITullXKY rou sn' u r u
t'ttl'M I .
I'lf lllll (I I'd.
('inoltatlun Iu bulb KokII'Ii and Oormaa
l.ni HO.. l et.", iai.
JtlllN II. A It NOLl"),
Attorney nt Inw,
I'rnf.Mlutial t-ualn.aa wii t rnol I to bit .r. will
b. prouipi atlrml.il w
7M. V AN (iKZKR,
,T ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offorahli prnf.anlnnal aorrlr. In tb. i
t'nll.rtlnna anl all aider ml.atluiial i
n.at .utruna.l in i,i ear. will rtc.lt a
A C. SIMPSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
llffar, hit in.rr mlnnal a.rTloo. to tt. fui- i
All liinin.'i ontruairil tn lil r.r. wll 6a
prutopUy atl.nd.J to.
tAMUKL II. OHWIO, '
ATTnnXKY A T I.A W,
l.rtvlsbttrK. I nlon Co.. rn:
(ifflr. on Murk t flrt.l on. 6onr .an .1 1'aa.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED !
juit rutillnho.i, a n.w oilltlnn of Dr. .
n tvrtl'a ( rtctirninl V.t.my on Ilia railleal
nurt nl 5rSiAiiiHiii'iKA r S.mlntl t.ak
n""i lo v.inair t n.iiiinal I. i.i.i, iMi'oran.
i v, Mmtal anl I'liympal lneiarlty. In poll,
nv-nta to Marrl..ou : alxi, t'ftirNr"riu.
Krii Kfov anl tiT, Iniiu-.'d ly IMui'u,
H.nno, or a.xual .rraianio, he.
Thu r.lohrat. l nuibnr. In tlil ailtnr.b'a o
cl.arlr iluim nlrat Ironi a tl lrty t.ara'
mi'. i nful p.arllro. tl at id. aU'iu na mnia
qu or. of lf i uao may ! r.nl. a , it rar.i
Ii ilntina out a uinil. nt i-tiro at nn raatirr what
lil ronitillon n. av Uo, may eui. uli. t.li h.ap
ly. rrl.iu.lv an. I raills lly
Tula l.ooiur. alinul I im In h. tiaed. ul ,t
ry y mil u an. I .Tory mn In Hit Ian. I.
K.nt ui.il.r a.al In a plain nTVInrM, lo ary
a.l.lroM.p ii paiil. on r.-.lpt of tit e.alair
twii imat go 'olio. A llro-a
TllF. ('I'LVI.HWtU, MF.HK! AT. CO..
41 Ann ! , N.w lur-, N. V.ifoii iifflos
H"t 4i0. Oct. II, 't'l l.
FREE for TRIAL
II ANtfVl H H MPrVirfl). Ar. unMllnif .mj
rpr.ilyaura toy N.rTooa ll.lilllty ai.cl W..k
ti. 1. a or Vltallljr anil Urr. N.rTona
Prnatratlun, Hyitarla, ir any ll r.ialt nf
Inllforallnn, .to..., nr work, ahui. ol A l
tool, liMiaoca, a0. (ut.r forty IbouaaoJ pull.
w-S.ml lae rv'.l.g.on trial boi of loo pliu.
.. ii .1 1 r-, ..... m.
t'lJ.i''1"1 6l' 1 ""'UB ' Ohloago, III.
E. E. BUOKi
TtW K It h.llnroT, Pa. l.a
r.l i .in all kliiUa or work at ahort uot '
Clcaniisi i Rupairini MV :n
1 ka. alaa lara o
IH. M. W. liaUON,