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t'llE jJliuMUUltrttn iJCSt. Chtirdiil Fire Extinguisher . vWteil Memorial Day na obat-rved InGm
VI V f2f cj, lnr tftwn Ihii woi'k for the nnrDosn of trevillc was undoubtedly the most
Published 'Tcry Thursday,
"Tin 1 1 tMH' mil II Wf Sim. Ml Wll,
ia j ii i if n
Was MriUe Holendcrlefton Monday
for Akron, O., to rpend the summer.
Attend the excursion to the cave at
atilroyon Saturday June 11. Wenr
K. V.. Uur-lc. the Selirrsgrovo tailor
vas in town on Tuesday locking vp
Judge rMmontoli of Union county,
!s visiting with Lis son, W, F, Simon
ton of Franklin.
The recent fronts are not snpposrd
to have seriously injured either the
.grain or fruit lu thin section.
'ecall attontlon to the advertise
Jnent of Thus. W. Hcott & Co., the
popular clotlilersof Snnbury Pu
The corner-itoneof the new reform
d chureU at Troxelvltle will be laid
on Sunday, June S3. All aro Invited
(rant gchocli, son of 8. H. Fcbuck,
formerly Register and Recorder of
hit roiutty, was viniting friends here
about Jurifrgthe last week.
Mrs. M. Z. Stelnlnger, wbo bo been
confined to her bed all spring with
sickness is some. better and hopes are
now entertained of her recovery.
A cow belonging to Charles Steln
"inger, residing one mile west of Mid
tlleburgh, was killed by lightning dur
ing the thunderstorm on Monday,
We call the attention of our read
rs to the advertisement of the farm
of Alien Kchorh in another colnum.
It Is a most desirable property and
should command a ready sale.
The last two lines of the poem by
F. 1 Drinker in last week's paper
should bate read,
And (pray thee fievertell of It)
Alone, I'm grey and old.
OrnK kor :iu)f p. Use Dr. Thom
as' Klectrie Oil according to direc
tions. It is the best remedy for all
wudden attacks of colds, pain and in-
Humiliation, and Injuries.
Clipped from famuli I'rcslifliTtnn
undor signature of C. Diackett Kob-
luson, Propr.: I was cured of oft re
curring bilious lundacues by Ilur-
Jock. Wood Hitter.
During Conrt week some follow evi
dedtly at aloes what to lo to hit his
meanness girded one of the beautiful
vhaile trees in front of F. P. Dower's
residence with a pocket knife.
Holly Oppenhciiuer, tho John Witu-
nauiaker of Snyder county was in
town MomUy aud paid us a rMt, lie
v- dressed in the latest style of comfort-
the mould of fashion and model
There will be another sale of Iowa
liorseeln Middlehurgli on Thursday
Jmiih 13. There will be about t wenty
or the animals, selected especially to
suit the hastem market Let all
horsemen attend mid avail them
selves oftthe bargains.
The Heavertown Mutual Fire Insur
ance Company reports having insur
m! over $100,000 worth of property
during tho month of May. This is
the best possible evident that the
armors have implicit confidence In
cur home company.
George Arnold, for some time a stu
deut in tho Mlddleburgh telegraph of
lle.e was lust week tendered the posi
tion of telegraph operator at West
Dublin. Fulton county, at a salary of
40 per month. He Mt Immediately
ana is now In possession of b "Kit.1
Mrs. Lance, of near Wutsontnwn,
accompanied by her little son Willie,
Is visiting Middleburgh friends the
uest of her father, Itev. B. II. Orwlir
Her sister, Miss Badie Orwjg, now one
of Middleburgh's best and prettiest
young ladies, accomxxnied her home
eipectiug to be absent several
List of letters uncalled for in the
Post-office at Mlddleburgh, May 01 h,
Francis Lawyer. Aaron Bobb, Plill
lp MnsHer, Isaao Weinburg. Abraham
ila.r, Danlet Marsh, Miss Llzr.io
Momtig, Mm Harriet Naeh, Miss
KAMl'KL WlTTKJIMtKU, P.M.
We are authorised to announe
that an excursion from Buydor coun
ty will vUit Nagnles Cave near Mil
roy on Saturday May 14.
Excursion tickets will be sold all
along the line of the 8. ScL.lL It at
rates to allow the poorest among us
an opportunity to "take in" this
pleasure trip. We hope, (i fact have
evidence) that a large crowd will at--tend
from this place. The Middle
burgh Hand is engaged to attend.
For full particulars see bills or next
Mr. Haag, Middleburgh's new jew
eler, had an adventure with a black
uake on Sunday that scared him out
of a year's growth. While walking
through the meadow between Joseph
Walter's house and Middleereek
kiile west of Mlddleburgh, lie was sud
denly and unexpectedly confronted
by a monster black snake which shot
Its head up from th tall grass almost
into bis face. With a terrific- yell he
bounded backward, causing his watch
to jump out of his pocket and break
the chain. The first scone closed with
R certain jeweler heeling It up the
meadow and scaling the fence like a
goat jumping for sea-flower aeeds.
The snake as anxlotui for a eorupro
, wise as its Intruder, withdrew from
the scene and was soen out of eight.
Those who had seen the reptile de
clare it to have been at least nine feet
long and as thick as a inau's aria at
the shoulder. ', .-' t '
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nr towu thil wook for the pnrposo of
i selling ooo of tlto engines to our town
council. The englno Is growing Into
universal faror In small towns as well :
as in cities, wuere tne steamers, in
comparison to this in ent Ion, are not. ,
only slow but cumbersome find dis
truotlve inasmuch that the flooding
of water frequently does more dam
age than the fire. Our towu certain
ly ought to hnve something of the
kind and we doubt if they will soon
be afforded an oppertunity to Im
prove ou tho offers made them by Mr.
Ogden. Iiet us give him at least an
oppertanltyto test hisengiuc.
Decoration day was absorved In
Middlebnrgli on the 30th 1u a manner
truly becoming cevlllians who appre
ciate the services of their fallen com
rades. At 8 o'clock lu the morning a
procession composed of Stetler's Cor
net Hand, Ryan Post I, A. K. and
Capt. D. T. Hlioiul's Zouaves formed
hi front of the Post headquarters and
proceeded to the If asslnger cemetery
where the graven of a number of sol
diers were decorated. After their re
turn? and about 1 o'clock r number
of riggings conveyed a large umber
of our citi.eus to Centre villi. Includ
ing the Hand, Post uml Zouaves. At
six o'clock in tho evening a proces
sion composed of the .Sunday Schools,
cltlens, 'Post, Zouaves and Hands
marched to t-he MidtUeburgli Ceme-
tary to hold dedicatory services over
the graves of the soldiers burled their.
The audience formed lu a hollow
square on the cenic'ary iu t-he centre
of which was a cross of white, bear
ing the inscription : "To the Uu re
turned Dead." After the Decoration
Nervier conducted by eounnamler
Lieutenant (tntelius, were completed,
a beautiful tribute to the uu-returucd
dead was paid by a brief address to
their memory by F. . Power, while
other members of the Post decorated
the crosd with llowers. Tho Mlddle
burgh choir sang eeveral beautiful
pieces of music and the bund pluyed
a dirge. Three salutes were II red
and the audicnoo was dismissed tn
repair to the Court House where
Major Dill delivered one of his turn
eloquent orations. The Philharmon
ic Society of Free burg under the di
rection of Prof. Keeuau furnished the
music for the occasion, which was an
attractive feature of the evening.
Universal Interest was taken iu the
exercises owing to tho fact that it
was the first decoration if any mag
nitude ever held in Middlebuivh.
which is probably due to the benign
influence of tho rant Army of the
Republic, an order which will ere
lougreah its fceer and yellow when
its members will be gathered by the
reaper, aud their deeds of valor will
sound iu the cars of ondng genura-
tiuns as cud the ymud father stories
of Lexington, Concord and Hunker
Hill hi the ears of the immortal he
roes whose graves they decorated.
This order is gradually bridging tin
chasm that has stitnd open between
the North and the South for twenty
ye.-irs. ltealislng that the bravest iu
wor are tho gentelest in peace, they
grasp the poor, deluded victims ol
such men us Hob Tombs and JetT
Davis by the hand aud help tliem
along by endeavoring to establish u
home for their protection, (jod spent I
the day when this shall come topitss
aud then, ami not till then will the
gray commingle with the blue ami
one heart and one sentiiueut rule the
Decoration day was observed here
under the direction of the U. A. It'
Fully 1000 people, witnessed the cere
monies. The Post also visited Man
beck's aud Itcavertown's cemeteries
and decorated the soldier's graves.
If the necessary arrangements can be
made tho eorner-stono for the new
school house will be laid on June 15.
Further notice will be given In the
Our old friend, Daniel Zieber is
building a new houe on one of Ids
favms in Adams townshp.
Amos K. Mituhel Is giving his house
a coat of paint.
Inane Aurand, wife and grand
daughter paid a visit to their son,
Itev. C. M. Aurand at Muytown, Lan
Itev. Reuben Hassiuger preached a
very able sermou in the Lutheran
church last Sunday.
The foundation for the new school
house is being dug.
Itev. Weiand, wife and son stopped
at our place while ou their way to
M. I Itomlg U not as yet able to
leave his bed on acoonnt nt ......i..
e renal ved several ..
W. T. Hatnos aooompanled Qeore
Strawser with a drove of horses to
Felix (Jelst of Helper, Sohulkfll Co.,
paid a visit to our place recently the
guest of Levi Miller. .
Our young friend Aaron Maubeck
has left for Hellvue, O.
Joe. Dreese is trying his hand at fir
ing an euglne on the S. & L. railroad.
J. C. It., the. letter was found ou the
desk and was interesting to those
who read It. Be moro careful with
your private documents.
Hob Middleswarth, the genial laud
lord of the Merchant Hotel reports 40
guests at his house lu oiks week and
Ms word Is backed up by the register.
This is a remarkable statement for
our town and proves that u good hos
telry enhauoes other business inter
TAER NoTtCK. Nottos Is hereby
given that the printing books of Jere
miah CrouM are la ray hands for col
lection.. All persons knowing them
selves Indebted to the above, will
please call and settle in a short time
or they will be charged according to
advertised rates 43. 50 a year. -
Jamks ti. Croush.
' Middlehurgh, T.. Ho v. 30, 't .
. . . . .
treville, was undoubtedly the most;
patrlotlcall y observed of any of Its
predecessors in this plnco on lust
Friday. Then? seemed to be a spon-
taocous diversion from daily pursuits
by the resident population, in order
to give aitl, comfort and encourage
ment to the gallant survivors of the
past but never to be forgotten con
flict for the perpetuation of this great
unlou of staten. ITo tak seemed too
great, to make this memorial occasion
the work of a uuited people under
the most admirable arrangements of
Capt. (4. W. Uyan Post No. Sill O.
A. It. of Middleburg, Fa., and the re
sult was a sneeess so crowned that
memorable will belts achievements.
Shortly after noon-meal all was
gayety and life. It seemed as if the
entire ejnoto of our surrounding,
population had come onduty, nnd for
an hoar or more enthusiasm bounded
like a rocket k.vwartf, as the main
street was densely thronged by tVe!
K)pulare to witness the forming of
the memorial procession which was
Ioi'IiuhI at 3 o'clock with true military
precision. The (I. A, It. Post, Lieut.
Khoads' Zouaves or Sons of Veterans,
Stetler's Cornet Hand all of Middlo
burgh. Centreville Cornet Hand,
Centreville Drum Corps, Unltm Sun
day School, Fv. S. School, ladies and
gentlemen, auxiliary committees were
all iu line to act well their part In the
brilliant llnale of their great national
memorial service. Tho bands never
nppcared iu better trim, and the
neatly dressed and gentlemanly mu
sicians rendered such patriotic music
that old veterns never tire in listen
ing to. To tin? slow tread of music
they marched to the oeinetary at the
Union Church, where the beautiful
ceremony of strewing (lowers was
proceeded with in tearful sileuse uu
til every hero marked grave liati re
ceived its floral tribute. After the
ceriinouy of decoration the large au
tlience was favored with an address
by Itev. S. P. Or wig of Mlddleburgh,
Pa. The great audience was swayed
at the will of the Kev. veteran. His
eloipience und power to touch tin
liner feeling of man brought a teer
drop to the eye of almost every vet
eran, aiul when he hail concluded
there wju. a deathlike silence whieh
meant that all were anxious to hear
more, for his maimer of recounting
the heroes of our late strife for pros
crvatiou, aud the beauty of placing
the flowers upon the graves of those
who fought and ffll in defence of the
stars and stripes, was applauded and
highly spoken of by all w ho were
fortunate enough to be within hear
ing distance. Tho lives of our pa
triotic soldiers, Like tlte principles for
which they di'it, aro iudestructatde.
The good men do lives after them an
a comfort to us aud to keep bright in
the hearts of the present und rising
generation. Let us then honor their
memory. In no way can this be moro
surely affected than by an earnest pa
ticipation iu tho solemn exemls
each iWth of May. Let us strew thisr
graves with flowers each decoratitvn
dey of our lives ; let us tell the story
of their sacrifice to our children, ami
let us lay it upon their conscieues to
decorate our graves when we are
dead and gone, the few of us who
are still here to remember, as each
anniversary of Decoration Day ap
proaches, to meet thus, year by year,
make this beautiful recognition of
tho heroes who bled and died to keep
our nation whole ami to oemeut its
parts ludissolubly into one unbroken
and unspveiable union.
John C. Frain representing the
hardware house of Huehler lloubright
& Co., Philadelphia, was iu town on
Harry Bibighous of tho tellable
hardware house of Shields Pros.
Philadelphia, was in town ou the
Yaw, yaw, sauked the mommy, tier
grand pup und de grand-mam hodda
now mill des bubby gasana, loll wase
lied we es is our so hut 1 mommy
gasauked. De sochn sin vuuderful.
A welcome stronger arrived at the
house of H. H. F.rdly last week. A
boy we learn. As it is the first boy
that ever came to gladden ltobert's
heart. lie now occasionally smokes
one of Hartman & Long's celebrated
Tho School board of this township
was reorganized on Monduy with H.
II. Strauh, President, and J. H.
Hai (man us Secretary.
Wkst Ukatkr I tk ma.
James Krb is bt ill improving slowly
and we trust will aoou he ablo to be
Memorial Day was kept by a great
many of our citizens und the (f. 4
and Sons of Veterans deserve
credit for their display. Ther
uetions nwt lu tlmir room at
then foruihiar in procession t
St. Tauls Cemetery where the Sunday
Scholars aitd othora fnrr.Ul.l fl.n
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towers 10 Ueoorate. Itev. n..ll,lr
ueuvered a sliort aud aooronriat
dress. The procession then proceed
ded to St. John's Cemetery aud from
tlieuee to Hake a, Samuel's, Lawyer's
aud Cliapftol Ceuieteries. From
thence the proceasion continued the
march to UoCluro, where an address
was to havo been made but the speak
er railed toeouie. The commander
deserves grat credit for the way the
exercised wcro conducted.
A camp of the Sons of Veterans
wua organized at MoClure ou Vdnes-
day evening of last week.
Some of our older class say that War
Is Inevitable. We would say, let It
come, but in a more peaceable way
than the ckil was, then tee are ready.
ohm of our business mm okwed
doors for a sort time on MeUiorial
Abraham Holsbue and Frapk; MU
ler are butchering.
Pay your poor tat. Either J m er
Jake will take it and gtva yoQ the
proper voucher. ' Joji.
FaKKm R( 1tk.m.-.
Our town prest ted
on Friday nftor-iioon
hers of the Phil htirmonlo Society start
ed Tor Middleb urh to participate in
the exercises of decoration day. All
were pleased wifi the cordial recep
tion given them, and the hospitable
Manner in which they were entertain
ed. They re trt that all thecxerolses
were appropriate and Impressive, es
pecially the ormt on by Mnj. Hill.
Kev. Warn pole started on Mondey
for Philadelphia Hagerstown ami
ami Heading. Ko will attend the ses
sion f tho board of trustees of the
Lutheran Seuihnry at Philadelphia,
and also the 138 meeting of the Penn ,
sylvanla Synod which convenes ut
Edward Hostler ond wha returned
from a week's visit to Pnlladelphia.
Michael Dlehl who was absent live
years returned home to spend a week.
He will go to California lu Hie inter
ests of his employers, the South Bwud
Prof. Kconan will have his class In
excellent drill tor the concerts to lie
given in Hoyer's Hall, Thursday and
Friday evenings, Juno li and HI.
The recent frosts destroyed been,,
toiaatocs, cubbaga, &c No injury to
tho fruit crop.
At the communion held by Rev.
WampuMn Freeburgh last Sabbath
121 siiroditndcd the sacramental hoard.
The collection for Synodical purposes
was f 15.
Orass ami grain is In a forward con
dition, and the indications are favora
ble for an early aud bountiful harvest.
11 K Pour Kit.
Tho Republican Nat lor o! conven
tion has been held. Now let all the
towns organize so that when the
Democratic convention meets on July
8, we will have our candidates prom
inently before the people.
The decoration ceremonies worn
largely attended mid were very iiu
pressive. maj. mil tleliv retl a very
eloipient ovation on t lie public square.
On last Sabbath evening the ti.A.K,
Post of this place attended divine ser
vices in the M. ti. Church. Rev. T. .
Cleese , the pastor, preached uu excel
lent discourse on the words. I have
I fought a good light; I have kept the'
faith." 2 Tim. 4-7. The reverend)
created much merriment by exhibit
ing a cuke of hard-tack. The services
were highly appreciated. Rev. Cleese
certainly stands high as a divine.
Prof. Johu (J. Cope of Lewistown
wasJiM towu over memorial day. He
was for for many years the vflieieut
principle of our public schools.
Miss Hluucho Rollback of Herwlck
is visiting Miss Salllo Schoch.
An effort is being Made toralso sub
scriptions ,to purchase a towu clock
for this place.
Mr. H. K. Reiser of Harrishurg, the
expert clock and watch repairer is
now iu Hi'liiisgroe with headquarters
at the Keystone Hotel.
The student's uiimuhI pie ni" held at
lilue If til on Saturday was a success.
KM ward Fisher has been appointed
high eolistuble with orders to keep
the street corners clear of loafers on
Sundays, i lint is right. Thanks to
the city dads. KV1VTIC.
For Kargoins in Hoots and Shoes
go to M. M. Stdiroyer, Selinegrove.
XXX 18 inch shingles for sale at this
ollice. Apply to T. II. IJarter for par
A new , -drawer New Home Sewing
Machine for sale cheap. Jinjuire at
w . tt ...
ii win pay every liony to examine
tho immense Hock Furniture for
saie ny mo i opuiar furniture man
V. II. FELIX Lewistown Pa
in tiik i.AuiKs. -it you want a
first-class fine drens shoe, either Kltl
Hut toil or Pebble, and tho very latest
styles, call at M. S. Shroyer's, Sellns
grove, where you can lie supplied
with just what you want.
Men's 3.89 Calf button or lace shoe
the cheapest iu the county for the
money at Schroyer'sumd of calf
skin and the bottom sewed on. Kit!
top. Just what you waut (or a cheep
shoe. Alt warranted.
Collection Notice. Notice is
hereby given that tin, books of Dr. U.
llothrocU, who lately moved to Me
CI ure, ttiviu my bauds fur collection.
All persons knowing themstdvos in
debted on saitl books will please make
May 23. 4 w.
A full assortment of Mundell & Co's
celebrated Solar Tip shoes the best
shoe in the county for children Mens
calf button and lace shoes, Ladles
common-sense shoes. Hoys calf shoes
button and laoe, Plow shoes, Low
shoes, Slippers, Walking shoes. Calf
boote for men and boys, and In fact
anything you may wish in the shoe
line oau be found at Schroyer's, He
linsgrove. Ho sure and see Ids stock
before purchasing elsewhere. 5-15 4t
Juue 1. by lU-r. J. F. Wampole
Charles A. Hower to Miss Llr.zio C.
Hllger, both of Mlihlieoreek twp.
May 20, by Iter. S. K. Ochsenfor.l.
Miss Kllen Hummel, of Kreamer to
mm nm xwiver, oi stew Heiim
ctujl. ji i .11 i
J LH.JIIII IJ
May 0, in West Perry township
Abraham Kepler, aged 67 years 4
months and 4 days.
May IS, In perry township Marv.
wife of Charles Ooodllng, aged 7
years months and to days.
May W, In Chapman townslilp,
Christina, widow of Jacob boyer, la
the 78th, year of her age.
May 93, at Adatnsbunt, Barah Jane,
daughter of Frederick and Eliza
Hoiuanpie, agetl l year, 8 months
and S days. - '
FtZfh. ,n UB,on townahln, Fred-
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Tho nobbiest Men's hand nia.le
shoes ever brought t Snyder county, i
for sale cheap at Schroyt r's, Selius-j
grove. Cull ami re them.
You Can Lvigh
attire grim destroyers. Croup ami
Whooping Couirh. if vou have that !
popular standby and luenmparabta
remedy, Dr. Kessler's Knglish Cough
Medicine at iMtntL I lie wlseaml pru
dent family keeps It In the house to
be prepared for emergencies, price 21
ami .V) cents. Sold end warranted by
Dr. Hurbcr, Mlddleburgh, Pa.
A tm'e sickly child three of McDon
ald's celebrated Wonit Powders administered-
rlelved of the enormous
number cf 1!S1 worms rosy cheeks, good
held th und appetite the result. So il
and warranted by Dr. Harber, Mld-
C'limt'TIK WIKKI.Y UT
Simon ton, Ilarber tfc Co.
Wheut S5 to tt Oft
Rye , on
Oats ns I
Pitted cherries 14
I lipUt'Hl J,
Onions 5u ;
Spring Chickens per ll '.t '
Ties....- y, to .W ,
Pen Coal . it'i
'best not Coal 4 ftti '
HlacUsmith Coal.- .1 IK
KggCoal , 4 M
Plaster, per ton 11 (H
Salt per barrel I trt
" " sack i nu
" " " small ,Vi
Rock Oak Hark (I.OO, in trade $0 50
STORIES ON THB ROAD.
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flPK IXN SUMKI IIIMI In PI T IN
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yn till : yuur sxiirnoiico f tin- w,,r, ; ),mr
kdiiwIi'iIkii el ImikIih- : tliP -1 1 & l w I l i-,'vli
im mi., nml all tlntt. ymi Unnw,"
Till" tt.irinly iirf'r,l rrur.t fell Irrni llio
lli" ol Hit rlilnt-ly iiliMKtir" tourl-1, la-l Aiiunt.
illul ;l Plfl-e.niif lo a Hi-mlrlv III r.-in lliei i-t 1
ii-.Npli'is seui.'.l mi tho piriM uf ilet I, in, , -II 11, i
lil. St. I.utiis. Mi.
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il tlir ini!i'i'in. "it iliutiiiiii'r iirt tvilleiut liln
rlrit-iiri'i". Init ho riiiK lil nk. t.io rik oat-
i)- lliu rhaiu'r ol mllma 1 i-nllislui and Bt-oun-twit
vt ina rii-Ki- in? mrtano
Till". Ir luHlam-tt."' iilj Mr. W . 11. t'rnnkliti.
wlm w tlien trnvcllni lor an K.tKlsro Iisiim.
ninl l known la inorclmnls In all inrt ol tli
couiitry : '-Tko rtW wtupli. ada, ainoiiM"
iiiimi in u cp'iuiiiiy til f"'ini tlio ilrfpi
Imni iiprnuti. .1 rlmiiur of 1lrt nml w.i-rr and
Imui liavlnic no tlii'il Imunt lor tmtit!K nil. I tl.ei,
Iiik. I iiiM-n wa an cxamnln. 1 n . tori
am nil r tjlit imw."
No llwoiiiit on your iliro'tlon ?" hnka tn a
4lilcittio ilry kixnIi Iravelur, lighting Iiu lar
Not a unurlrr imr csnt. llul I liait to ulve tin
traveling for a whllti. Ths ilyi-n-,lii ruini-.l my
iiiiior. t'ltially I cm iim arrniw an ailverllwinsiil
Aitivr.it n nitt.: i irimi u an,i it a t-,i mm
up to jiersictloH. Thire aotliinr a rurUi, In
oinamn. eiiai 10 i an a rnrs tor 4vnria. '
irlttnr. lioll a li'td'r Imni Mr rmnklin rtiteu
that priiMso u.-t. rv.KM-.K S rn.MU m,L,i,.
tii'Mioh, run M t l.i ri.t revert, MojlUuini,
1 1 ! I tir. I oie.rha ai,l ami nil fluoiiH'
iUni':iM' oltho l.lvtT it ml KkIiii'V. I'm a liutlln
in yniii- vitliw. I'rivti, Imo. uu, $1, Lt'oiiuiiiy in
l1 moilniriaUwrMllnitof atobaaoo.
It la Ota raval wr uf tn,klii. Tou intl
luxra iliMrtif al Ui Bavnr and frauo.
Tea Wiln tha aaioka coolw, aud Ota tonic
claanllw aad aafar. Pip -"-g u
mokina Maluoad to a flna art
Tbo am tha tjaaauon ot adaltaraM
lokaroa force HmU ou tha tVMit)(m of
moan, tha mora dualraNa It tieoaia
to koow praolwly what yon ara aiookUM.
In Ula. kwoU'1 IliUl Durbaiu SmikliiK To-
alwa), tlntt It In NVnre'a
own itiiititnluuati-J privlurt
IU fiauranrn, t"r, ani
rlvwl from tliu anil aud air.
Try It. and yi n will lie ml.
4f. Nona uvuiiina with,
omt tradaiuaik of tua Ball.
Alt auoofaaul Flnbornian and SrortaV
luaa aiookv IHackwril a Hull Durham
HiuokifiaT Tubauuo, a&4 Ur miliar
Tlirci Grades of Standard Fertilizers.
I). 1JLOCIIKK tV CO.,
t'ettysburg, Pa .
8 7-3m pd.
ADM I N I ST U A'l'OU'rf N OTI CK.
Ittar of amlnlntraU a as tt. .Hat. of
Krad. Tmap, lata of Party ty-. SOftlar Do, I'a.
dacitwl, tiavttiK ba.n a;rDt.lio th. uod.r
alKO.d, all leraona koowlna; tk.mi.lT.i In
d.bt.d to laid .ilata ar. r.quait.l to make
linoi.illal iiayment, wlill.tUoia harlog olalni
win pr.aaot uu uit auttirntiratati tn
JOHN K. THOI'P,
Maj IS, 1184. Administrator.
A Valuable Farm
THE nndersigned will noil his farm
rituntolu I'ritiiklln townlili,Sntfilnr roimly.
l'it.,VS "l 1,1 MliMlr)niritli, on (lie M tlu.
roud l.'H l'.iin Irom MlilillKhiiru'li to lli'avvrluwii
out) uillu nortli ol llunlor, rontaliilnlux
mora or Iom. 130 acrt-a are under a high Mit of
iiiliivution 'ho liulanee In tlnilior. Tim lia
lirovoinont.' are a guoi
Two-etory Lo Framo Tlonso,
lili-d ai.d n Hile.1, W OD1J HOUSE, C'UHN
ami othrr nfeaary oatlmlMInK'. llunnlnw
water at darn and k-oaaa. l.lllla manejr ro,(iilrcd
to liujr and a lit time allowed to pay. for lur
' ALLEN fU'HOTH.
l-la-lm, Lawlatuwo, I'a.
To eel! Norter Htaek for the Usoh.er Nar
aarlaa. fcaUhlf.ua d M. Liberal RiLAM V
ANU EXrENHICn raid r.imaaaM Km.
ploy id. ot. H.od for la roil. 11. b, HOOk
MMtdiiU ka bm. curad. liHl,l7f atr.,al n.f f
ImU. t.nia.'o.'.alf IH e4f f iJetrrl-' '
i - - -
Mow Is WmiF TTInfflt-
t wish (o Inforia the toeictatt ot
vvuaivui v a
t-4 T . TTl
jranor ana tearoom diovcH)
ludodir Win New tgld Hoiso I look, Silver Ksip. I.n.liis Piidb, Tb I
UouVe, Now .Sunshine, New J pev, New lltroitl Lot grM, Iu-
vincible, Tho 'poar HenlriB, New iviily Dawn, IS'ktv
Ills, Now Jasper Ilt-ulcrfl, Now (Lddt u Sliil
Firepliico 1 1 colon, and otlicifl. My
Hcators from 15 to 30 Dollars
ure all of tho i.tf st patterns Ami Iwst
ns the t'Ltepeat ud as
Call and sco the
of which t hnvo as largo nh1 tvc!l-Belecle1 a stork s enn bo fotird ifa t'
coiitilr and nt priccfi that rill Cori3pare with WLolteitlo Houses, t.4
Ainvare, opouimgana xvoonng. 5
1 None tht tho very I est material used
S. WEIS tiniioucns a lartfis variw
ety of Jamestown
Goods in stock
tne money also a
IHauIe Siii'ants aad
en. iiiariuiicenc (iisjMaj 01 bjuu;
Carriages. A largo line of Jersey sS
cheaper than ever. ISargains it
White Dress Goods, Lawns, rtn t
rainsaaks. flamhnrg Edging 4&c.;4
ifee. A full line of Ituttcrick's Pnt
terns in stoek.
Orders by mail promptly attend;
Lk Mere NW
Don't say you re noi going to read this, for ijoiv an
You detest advertisements hut roit'l read this all tin
mine ! It makes a man awful mad to com mence a no
not he able iuslojt Listen now, we are goirn to tell you
ELEGANT NEW STCK OF GOODS
comprising everything iu the clothing line Men's suits,
of ilte hest French Worsted. Flunel, Prince Albert, Bn
giuecr suits, Spriug-h'jtlum and mole skin pants. Fur
Wool and Strait' Huts, base-ball hats a base-ball in
eachhat Vanilla, hats of all colors, JJots and (itnta
suits, Ccllcloid Cufs and Collars, Linen Collars, JetoeV
, JfQckwcar, Trunks, Satchels t Valises, Gausc under'
ware, and everything in the line of Cents Furnishing
Everything Jrom 10 to 15 per cent, cheaper than can
be purchased elsewhere.
10,000 POUNDS OF WOOL WANTED
for which we will pat the highest market price-
DREIFUSS & BftO.
April 10, '81. KKlalNSUHOVE, VA,
' - IS
Thos. W. Scott & Co.,
Tliis Popular firm is gradually
out Central I'eoDsj JTaaia. iireir
Skillful Workmanship FK'
MCA I, PENTlSl
Tho quality of goods lliay handle, and tho low irn.., i. ,, , .
fording tbtic rations th admu 1
City Work at Countr?HSSfsS
J ' iiift .,t uk cv
tl lor l; a Ih.M I I
They always keep oa buDd and for
Gent's Furiiisdiuir Goad !
Dkll.w.d d hhVail kr hr. 3. A. Uk.KiI
Iru.a.. Ii fllol. or hlodranca from labor, aud
enrdlna io aiatl.lle., over SO.ftOO died ddrian
and tleiKtid. uuou a tiita. i bulu are a otiyaioai aaj meoiai i.v i mit aa
aad otb.r orcanld tilMaeai, wklok t.ei Rt-s.ral kaUh laa Ii
vt-tlnt maaaood and uritrorma an I
.calf a truiai.al aad leave lay I
Mfore esd eyiertar, I
i ' .
btsjdertotinly tUt 1 tsare a Eat .
1 CM ;i .0l
material, gunracteeJ to Lb at tl
good ns the bust. VV
Mne Cook Sotve
. a t n. ?X
Snonlifi;' aud P.ocliii: dotie
0 T. RH0ADS,
tlio l)est pooils fon
lull line ol fi&eadfivj
! .1 -t Ba! 'v? (
growing into publio fay
inert aiecl pauonHgft - :i,'7,
ealo a complale Jf.,."',jk Amcmaj
foino a iirrpKlii
vr hook cu.
AtX WORK GtJAR
Without OperatloR tt the
Wita lat dnty (ram atraqnol ,t,a of wblol
ii paai year, no on. i. aiaie asa b4i a ru,
, sa h4i a ru
lyliia li lueeuii.et tottifial pievanrd. raaaUntt abroad
ra lor Mbe ao day. I H . l,- e