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totaeuuMWaiely.iida doubt, lu euy
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8unn n la-wrlin lliouMiuis ol Ut-art fell
ttMiA.iaiiihoi rr..Mtid1- rrom iuee bcueilttod
aw "urv. I a'l parianf r.wofW.
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tnJineertvr,,i eeiiieii dentil. lou't u-lay
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t u . M Hliif SW. '? Vork. irlvloif exprew
and uoatoffl. mMre. aid the In uie.IV Ine
lUbeprwipMvbeiit. I'jwi tell tUe poclur
fo naw Ulau.Tff In tlie liwt.
ME PERFECT HEIi i
DO NOT DKSPAIttl
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worst oaaea of Nerroui LX bljl-
toe returvu w
t an- ablu!y raw "T
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and poteaey toTrj lunoiii'u ,
rtvtekt ana lure to the
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bloom to tot
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nit Mills I iy IK'!iryHiinlinjr,an.l in
Fphii's C'm'k liy J. W. Ssuiipscll.
i;Etury .c Lowistown Division.
In offect June 20, 18-J8.
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I 'ir, .I.i'lr cpt Sunday :
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Sunday ! n lor Wllka'Virre
Tr w ; i-e Selln-iruve .laa''tlon
in fii a in. .is arrlviuii at fliilidrli.bin
;pni Siw V.r's .V3p m Htlilmura 3 11 p m
aa-ii:inru 4 V p in
SM p mdiilr arnvlnir at FhHadelphla
.fi :n p in S York IMim, Balilmore 9 4.1 1 lu
i-liio-VIil(i;4 p Hi
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I ;a u New Vor ; M a Oi
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t m d!l v arrlrinx at Pbiladeldhla l .'lm
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Travaaia Weeadayt. I01 a CD Sunday.
;iO a tu - davi arnMLi( at Phlladidplua
U (nam. New York lUpn, Dalllmcre lis)
f tn, WuLiirtOD I (li p K.
IU put. aetit dayi arrirlnir at Philadelphia
U p in. Nw Yoia 9 JU p in, Mainmort o uj p m
W vhlogton " V pat
Tram, ;k. lean Sunbury at V.Vjamand hV
nllrtpo.. I,t Hmlmn. Philadelphia and
I. H. WU'IIJ, Gen'l Paa Knn
i. b. HCTCUIXsON an,l Maoaaar.
.Superfcrf to all otbcrt lrrcspxtlv
vi price. CauVfttc Ulla yon .
why. WrtU for ooc.
MISTAKES OF YOUTH.
In the foIlowlBg
pMka to tboM whc
' would Uwthrtr lift
aeoond tim if it
wr poasibU Tht
text l, Job iM:"AU
that a man kath
will he give for bit
That la untrue. Tbe Lord did not
tax It. but satan a&ld It to the Lord
wbu Uie evil one wanted Job attll
tuon affllcteU. Tbe record li, "S
went Htait forth from tbe proaem
of the Lord and amota Job wltU aort
bolla." And aatan baa been tbt au
thor of all eroptlre dlieaiea alnc
tbeu, and ba tiopet by poiaonlne tin
bliKMl to polaon tb aouL But the r
ault of thV diabolical experiment whlcb
left Job victor proved the falalty ot
the sataflc remark, "AH that a mac
bath will be glre for bia life." Mauj
a captain Mho haa stood on the bridge
of the steamer till bis iassen:ers got
off and he Uwiied, many an onglncci
who hat kfpt h!a hand ou the throttU
valr or bl foot on the brake until
the most of the train was saved whl!
be went down to death through tht
oMii tlrawlniilge. many a tlremau whc
)luiiK'd Into a MhzIiik Iioiih to get a
8k-4':lug i-liilil out, the tlri-umu aarr!
ncilllf Ilia iiih hi mih nurmt.1. mm im?
tbonsttlldil of Uiartyra who suhlftittfil
l0 nt.ry aiiiKe aua kiih 01. iuam:re
and hcadmiiii's o nnil guillotluo
rather than surreuiUT prlnrii!-. piov
Ins that In many a case my ti'Xt wa
not true when It says, "All 'hut a mini
bath will he give for his life."
But satan's falsehood was built on a
truth. Life Is very precious, ami II
we would not Rive up all there are
many things we would surr.'nilci
rather than surrender It We how
precious life is from tbe fart Hint w
do everything to prolonir it. llemx
all sanitary regulations, all study of
hygiene, all fear of draft, all water
proofs, all doctors, ull metllclues, all
struggle In crisis or nc.'Mciit. Au ail
mlral of the British navy was couri
martlaled for turning his atilp around
In time of danger, and so damaging
the ship. It was proved against him,
hut when bis time came 10 be heard
he sold: "Gentlemen, 1 did turu my
ship around and admit that tt was
damaged, but do you want to know
why I turned It? There was a inau
overboard, and I wanted to save blni.
and I did save him, and I consider th?
life of one sailor worth all. the vessels
In the British navy." No wonder he
was vindicated. Life Is Indeed verv
precious, lea, there are thos .rho
deem life so precious they would llk
to repeat It. They would like to try
It over asnln. They would like to gc
bark from 70 to liU, from GO to 'mi,
from 50 to 40, from 40 to 30 and from
30 to 20. I propose for very practical
and useful purvoses. as will nppeai
before I get through, to discuss the
question we have all asked of others
and others have again and again asked
of us, Would you like to live your life
We have all made so many mistakes
stumbled Into so many blunder, said
o many things that ought not to hate
been said mid dime so many things
that ought not to have been done that
we cnu suggest at least 05 per cent, ol
Improvement. Now. would It not h
grand if the good Lord would say to
you: "You can go buck and try It ovi
again. I will by a word turn your
hair Mark or brown or golden, and
smooth all tbe wrinkles out of yout
twmple or cheek, aud take the beud out
of your shoulders, and extirpate thr
stiffness from the joint, and the rlieu
matlc twinge from the foot, and yon
shall le 21 years of age and just what
you were when you reached that polnl
before. If the proamnion were
made, I think many thousands would
Some of you would have to go back
further than to 21 years of age to make
fair start, for there are many who
manage to get all wrong ticfore thai
period, but. If you took life over agalu
you would have to take Its deep sad
ness over again. Would you want 10
try again tbe griefs, and the heart
breaks, and the bereavements through
bleb you have gone? What a meri t
that we shall never be called to Buffet
tbem again! We may bave others bad
enough, but those old ones never
again. Would you want to go through
the process of losing your fathet
again, or your mother again, or you
companion In life again, or your child
again? If you were permitted to stop
at the sixtieth milestone, or tbe fiftieth
milestone, or tbe fortieth milestone and
retrace your atept to the twentieth,
your experience wonld be something
like mine one November day Jn Italy
I walked through a rreat city with a
friend and two guide, and there tyer
In all tbe city only four person!, and
they were those of our own group. W
went up and down the treet. W
entered the bouses, the museums, the
temple, tbe theaters. We examined
the wonderful picture on tbe walls
and tbe most exquisite mosaic on the
floor. In the atreet were the deep
worn rut of wagon, but not a wagon
In the city. On the front U.p ol
mansion the word "Welcome" In Lat
Is, but no human being to greot u
Tbe ooly'bodle of any of the dtlzem
that w it were ptrtiifled and la tb
ntiftenm at the gate. Of tbe 85.00C
pav'pU who one Hved la those homes
and worshiped la cboae tempi'- and
cUiipMl In tboM tntr not on left.
For MOO year that city of TampeU
bd Tn burled befort modern ex
tdoratloo coop4 out erf It tbe lava ol
VmuvIus. Weil, m irtio aboild be per
toltt4 to retort on 4b pathway ol
a I Mrtbty 11f and llr It over agali
would Hod a lonHy and sad a pll
old church, tbt oM home, tie eM
a: , -round, either gone or occupied
iy others, and for yon more depressing L
i::.in was our Pompeltan visit that No
vember day. 1 j V" '
Betide that, would you want to risk
the temptation of life . over agalnl
From the fact that you are here I con
clude that, though In many respect
your life may have been unfortunate
aud nnconsec rated, yon have got on
o far tolerably well. If nothing more
than tolerable. Aa for myself, though
my life has been far from being at
consecrated to God as I would like to
have had it, I would not waut to try
It over again, lest next time I would
You. the good mother of a bouse-
hold, and all your children rising up
to call you blessed, can remember
when you were quite Jealous of the
belle of the village, who was so trans
cendently fair and popular. But while
you have these two honorary and
queenly names of wife and mother she
became a poor waif of the street and
went Into the blackness of darkness
forever. Live life oyer again? Why,
If many of those who are respectable
were Mrmltted to experiment, the next
Journey would be demolition. You get
through, as Job says, by the skin of
your teeth. Next time you might nol
pet through at all. Satan would say.
"1 know hint now better than I did
liefure and have for 50 years tieen
studying bis weak news, aud I will
weave a stronger web of circum
stances to catch blm next lime." Aud
satau would concentrate his forces on
this one man. and the lnt state ol
that man would be worse Ibati tlm
lirst. My friends, onr faces are In the
rigid direction. Better go forwaru
than backward, even if we had the
choice. The greatest disaster I can
think of would be for you to return
-, ... or.cj ii. i 11- . ...
TO oo.viioijn iu jnitn. vn. u tuts wnc u
smooth Luxerne or Cnynga lake, 1
WOUIU line 10 gei into jainu ami
over it, not once, but twlee-yen.
thousand times. But lire is an uncer -
talu sea. and some of tbe ships crash
on tue iceoergs oi com mmiicreiice,
and some take lire of evil passions.
and some lose ttielr bearings and run
Into the Goodwin sands, and some are
never heard of. Surely on such a
treacherous sea as that one voyage is
Besides all Mils, do you know, if you
could have your wish Rud live life
over again tt would put you so much
further from reunion with j onr friends
In heaven? If you are In the noon of
life, or the tveutng of life, you are
not very far from the golden gate at
which you are to meet your trans
lated and eroparadised loved ones.
Yon are now, let us say. 20 years or
ten years or one year off from celes
tial conjunction. Now. suppose yon
went back In your earthly life 30 years
or 40 years or 50 years, what an aw
ful posipnueuicnt of tbe time of re
union! It would tic as though yon
were going to San Franclsro to a great
' ",,d y" ?i 10 ',klnlJ' f,,,,,r i pardoning God. a loving God, a sym-
or five miles this side of It. and then imll)(.t)c God ,ud nt more to him
mine back lo Baltimore to get a Letter ,h(U1 thf, HlTQm oh ho 8ft ,
start, as though you were go r.g to ,h joy of seeing a protllgal putting his
England to be crowned, aud, having ; llllim on tne ,at(.u of h- Utbefn
come lu sight of the mountain- of 0WR x nmnnher lhat ,.re wrftf
Wales, you put back to Sandy Hook two ve8gl.ls ou ,,a nnd n ft storm
In order to make a better voyage. ,t wa m.y very darki AnJ Uje tW)J
Would you like for many years to ad- v.Mri, wm , straight for each
Jnurn the songs of heaven, to adjourn nttoi.r alld tllB cill,tan9 kn,.w ,t not.
the compaulo.iHhip of heaven, to d- Cut after awhile the nmn on the Iwk
J..urn the rest of benveu. to adjourn Lut aw ,he 0pI)ron(lllng ship, and he
the presence of Christ In heaven? No. .houted, "Hard a-larboard!" and from
the wheel of time turns In the right UlB otD(.r veRS(1 tnp cry wpnt ,
directJon. and It Is well It turns s ,Iar,, a-larboard.1" and thev turned
fast Three hundred and sixty five 1 ,18t t.noU)fh t0 g,flnce b a.j ge),
revolutions In a year and forward,,,, uMf , fhlr nrborfc Some f
rather than JWJ revolution. In a year j ym m , tl)e storm of temptation ami
and backward. . yo are drlv!llB on nn(, nmiug towari
But bear ye, hear ye. while ! tell fearful collisions unless, you changt
you bow you may practically live yonr)Volir course." Hard a-larboard"' Turn
life over again and be all the hotter vt. turn ye, for. "why will ye die, oJl
.. 1. X'.,.. - -. . . . . . I . . ,1 -..-!.
lur iu iuu uiny iui imu mtr reuiaiu-
lug years of your life all you have
learned of wisdom in your past llfo.
You may make the coming en years
worth the preceding 40 or 50 y.mr.
n uru a uiu He ur wuuiu imr u, in.
bis Ufa over again because he would
do so much better and yet goes right
on living as he has always lived, do
yon not see he stultifies himself? He1
prove that If he could go back bjcou may tenpiei t0 g0t j0 lwme
would do almost the same as he has .n i . .
would do almost the same as he has
As I supposed It would be, there nro
young people on whom this subject
has acted with the force of a galvanic
battery. Without my saying a word
to them, they have soliloquized, say.
Ing: "A one cannot live hi I If- over
again and I can make only one trip
I must look out and make no mis
takes. I have but oue chance, and 1
must make the most of Jt" My young
friends, I am glad yoa make this ap
plication of tbe sermon yourself. When
a minister toward the close of his ser
mon says, '"Now, a few word by way
of application, people begin to look
around for their hat and get their
arm through one sleeve of their over
coats, and tbe sermonlc application I
a failure. I am glad you have made
your own application, and that you
are resolved, like a Quaker of whom I
read year ago, who In substance said.
"I shall be along tbl path of life but
once, and so I iut do all the kind
ness I can and ail the good I can."
My bearers, tbo mistake of youth
can never be corrected. Time cone Is
gone forever. An opportunity passed
the thousandth part of a second has
by one leap' reached tb other side of
a great eternity. In (ba autumn when
the birds migrate yoa look up and sec
the sky black with wings and tht
flock stretching oat Into many leagues
of air, and so to-day I look op and set
two Urg wings In fall sweep. , They
are (ba wings of tha tying year. Thai
Is followed by flock of Boo, and they
art (be flying days. Bach ot (be fly
log days is followed try 24, tod thsy
ar tb flying hours, and each of the
to followed by 00, and tboss ar 14
.it"5 r"n-n 9. TThete did t!:nv r-M I
niu-k aim-t fruni? Et,rnltv uitaL a- r-J i
are they bound? Eternity to con.
Ton might a well go a-gunnlng for
the quail that whistled last year In
the tueadow or the robin that last
year caroled In the sky as to try to
fetch down and lag one of the past
opportunities of your life. Do not say.
"I wll lounge now and make It np
afterward." . Young men and boy,
you can't make It up. My observa
tion Is that those who In youth sowed
wild oats to the end of their short life
sowed wild oat, and that those who
start sowing Genesee wheat always
tow Genesee wheat
To others life Is a maaqueradt ball,
and aa at such entertainment gentlo
men and ladle put on the garb of
klnga and queens or mountebanks ot
rlowns and at tbe close put off the
disguise, so a great many pass their
whole life Jn a mask, taking off the
mask at their death. While tbe mas
querade ball of life goes on they trip
merrily over the floor, gemmed hand
Is stretched to gemmed band, gleam
Im: brew liends to gleaming brow. On
with the d-tnee! Flush and rustle and
laughter or immeasurable merrymak
ing. But after awhile the languor ot
death comes ou the limbs and blurs
Lights lower. Floor
hollow with sepulchral echo. Mu
sic saddened Into a wall. Light,
lower. Now the maskers are only seen
In the dim light. Now tbe fragrance
of the flowers is like the sickening
otct t!i:it comes from garlands that
have lnln long In the vaults of ceme
teries. Lights Jower. Mists sather In
tbe room. Glasses shake as thougn
quaked by sudden thunder. Sigh
caught lu the curtain. Scarf drop
from the shoulder of beauty a shroud.
lower. Over the slippery
boards In da lire of death glide jealous
ies, envies, revenges, lust despair and
I 4l.th s,.Mlr.h of lninn wicks almost
.,,...,,,,, Trll Cllriands will not
ha!f f(ver the lllP(,rat(K, feot choklsg
I rtan,r!, ,.hIIue8S. Feet stIU. Hands
: ... gwl v!.w hushed. Eves shut
I r ,i t. OIlt
I Invite you to quit all that and bo
gin a new life. Koland went into bat
tle. Charlemagne's army bad been
driven back by the three armies of the
sacrens. and Uoland almost iu despair
took up the trumiiet and blew three
blasts in one of tbe mountain passes,
aud uiuW the power of those three
,l!asU tlie Saracens recoiled and fled
In terror. But history Bay that when
he l ad blown the third blast Koland'
trumpet broke. I take this trumpet of
the gospel and I blow the first blast,
"Whosoever will." I blow the second
Wast "Seek ye the Lord walle he may
be found." 1 blow tbo third blast.
"Now la the accepted time." But th
( ,rIpet Dot bpk u was haml
:-d down by our father to us, and we
will band It down to our children, and
ifvev we are dead they may blow the
't-iimnt. ttdllritr 1hu urni-M that u liai-o
hoUSC Ot Israel?
Young man, as you cannot lire llfo
wver again, however you may long to
do so, be sure to have your one life
'right There Is some young- man who
. hu ,, ., frmn ,....
under some little spite or evil persua
sion of anottier, and his parents know
not where be Is. My son, go home! bo
not gc to aea! Don't go to ulght where
I your father will be glad to see yon,
and your mother I need not tell you
bow she feels. How I would like to
make your parents a present of their
wayward boy, repentant and In bis
, right mind. I would like to write tbem
a ilttcri nmj yu to carry the letter.
saying, "By tbe blessing of God on
my sermon I Introduce to you one
whom you bave never seen before,
for he haa become a new creature In
Christ Jesus." My boy, go borne and
put your tired hoad on the bosom that
nursod you so tenderly In your child
A young Scotchman was taken cap
tive In battle by a band of Indians,
and be learned tbelr language and
adopted their habits. Yean passed oa,
but tbe old Indian chleftaJa never for
got that he had In hi possession a
young man who did not belong to him.
Well, one day tbl tribe or Indians
came In sight of the Scotch regiment
from which this young man had been
captured, and the old Indian chieftain
sold: "I lost my son In battle, and 1
know bow a father feels at the loss of
a son. Do you think your father Is yet
suvei una young man saia, r am tne
only son ot my. father, and I hope he
Is still alive." Then said the Indian
chieftain: "Because ot the loss of my
son this world is a desert Ton go
free. Keturn to your countrymen. Be
visit your father, that he may rcjolct
When b sees the sun rise In th morn
ing and tbe trees blossom In th
iDring." So I say to you, young roan,
captive of waywardness and sin: Yout
rather la waiting for yon, Your moth
er Is Waiting for' yon. Tour sisters
ar walUng for yon. Ood 1' waiting
(f yoa. 0o boast i Do bossoj g
, FOR TMB DEUCATB OJXL
You hare tried ftroa anti X
other tonics. But the keeps
pale aotthln.; Her taOow
eomnlexlna vorrics you. Per
haps she has a little hacking; f
cough also. Her head aches; 2
and she caanot study. Give her
! SCOffS fc3$!C3 J
The oil will feed her wasting;
bod vi the rlrcerine will soothe
her cough, gad the hrpophos- t
ehites will vtrt new power ana
7 vlo-or to her nerves and brain.
I Never say you "cannot I
X take cod-Urer oil" until you I
hare tried dcotrs nmuiston. a
You will be obliged tochanee
your opinion at once. Children a
9 especially become very fond t
Xot it) and infants do not know
. when it Is added to their food.
yx. and li.oo ; all drug fti.
SCOTT A SOWNE, Ch-mltta, Nrw York.
R. H- LANGE, ".
MARLE AND SCOTCH GRANITE
Monuments, lieaflstsones anil
Old Siones Cleaned and Repaired
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
J. A. JENKINS, Ag't.,
( A SPECIAL TYiliJ
imi7 uuiuu ruisun permanently
cured In 16 to 34 days. Ton can ba treated M
borne (oraam prtca nnder aaaie ff tiara a
tr. If you prefer (o com bare wawillimiw
met to pay railroad fareana hotel bllli.nd
anra.lf we fall to con. If yon have taken mar.
eary. Iodide Botaeh, and atlll hare aches and
palna, Hueous Patches In ranuth, Sore Throat,
riuiplM, CoinMtr Colored tipota, Cloera on
any part ot thetwdy. Hair or Rynbrows falllnir
out. It Is this Seooudarjr MLOOD POISON
waraaranteetocara. We solicit the a jetobati
bate case and CtiaUeuae th world for a
caae weoaanotcure. Thla dLease boa alwaya
ba fried theakill ofthe moat euiineut phyai
clans. 500,000 capital behind our uncoudk.
tlonal (raaraaty. Abaolutoproofsiiaiitapaled on
SA M.-Bl Tu.n-l. i lit,' .j. . . r T
"I bave used Chamberlain's
Conch ItenieJv in mv famil.v for
years and alwayn with sooil results,"
says Mr. v. li. cooper oi mo, oai.
"For small children we find it espec
ially eflective." For wile by all
in Every County to Suppiy
tbe Great Popular Demand for
America's War for Iiiy
TOLD IN PICTURE
Compiled and Written by
senator joHN iNcaLLs
The iiMist brilliniitily written,
most profuflcly and artistically illus
trated, and most intently jKipular
book on tlie subject of the war
with Siwiiiv Nearly
20D SnperU inastrations
taken Kjvecially for this great work.
Atreuts are making 9M to $1UU a
week Bel liner tt- A veritable lxn-
acza for live canvassers. Apply
for description, terms and territory
at once to '
N-D- THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO-
St. LouiB. Mo or New York City,
$1.50 "Per Day.
A FEW LAWK8 AND GENTLEMEN WANT
EiTo canvass. Abovi) salary uarauteed.
Kor particulars, call or artilreaa.
t-tsst. Kmilv sthcnk, naiawana, ra.
lSthtMy.4fX.il 0i M.,
TS GREAT 80th
prailurM tha aHoaeresalta la's days, llartl
u.nvrrniiir ana qiuoKiy. ouras waaa au einera nit
l.v.uia uru will rafaia ttaalr last saakeo,aaald
muu will reenter their yaulkial isor by aalag
Itfc-VIVO. It aitleklf and auralr raatoraa Namu
n.-a. Loat Vitality, Impoteatr. Hlsklly Kmleilona
L .t l-ow.r, raiila Uamory, Waatiu IHaaaaaa, and
all afferM of sail-abaaa or aaeaaaaad IndleonUoo,
which anflta aaa f or atady, aealaaai of larrlaie. II
sol only eana by atarUa at tbe aaal ol Alaeasa, bal
h s treat aerre toaba aatt bloo balMtw, briar
in aaea tae piaa flew t
r to Mia caeeka tad ro
th. It waroa of InaiDity
I oa barlBf RICVIVO,Ba
twring tae are ot yoata.
and Oonraaptloa. laalit oa
otber. It aaa ba earrtad la east pocket. Br stall,
1,00 per paekwe, ot ail tot S.OO, with a peal
tie writtaa nataalii la ears a refaad
Ute BMaey. Otrvaiaf fna. tt trial
rr salt at Hlddlebargk. by W. U. SFAXOLHt.
IL L: MILLER, - - ftftfc'
I kseo onstantlv on '..4
faeture to order all kind of
,, j ; Marble and o e
w wawuiwi aa ttwarri
1 have ona cf the beat M .... 7
Jem in tbe State and e. u-equi
turu nut nl ,.rL "I'Jfnt.
9Couts aud my orkd;uru.
Thankful for past rvor. ZCt
speotfoliv ask a eoutlniiHbre 0f u,
: M. L. MlLLgt
New Wr Songs and Music-
Two of tbe moHt populurpipc,,
musjo arranged for piano and 07e
have just been issued by tl)e i0nS
Music Co,. IndianniKilis, Ind 11
Our Heroea Home' dcdicnte,! to
Heroes of the TJ. S. Battleebiu .C
la nno tt 4k ! . ...... "
ever written. The music ia utirriS
and tbe words ring witb patriotic
vuv m 1 u n utit-ni, iiTtiiuilul ar...
UawKV'8 Battle of Manilla ,Z
picvn ouu w 111 uvtj (Ul ever us a Km
tjuir 01 tue greatest naval event ,
tbe world's history. Eitbor 00a 3
these pieces and PoupUr MiiHicEi
containinti 18 pages full sheet mZ
BDUk uu icuieiiii ui 20 cents.
Address Popular Music Co,
Is used for Plastering 1 Imiso.
It is a new discvery
Guaranteed to last lonJ
than any other plaster,
is preferred to Adamant.
For wrticulars call ou orailjJ
D. A. KERN MIDDLEBUFGH.il
eiustice of the Peace
V. K. BOWER. E. E. IM WI.IH
BOWER & PAWLING,
Attorneys-iit- Lu w
omces u KunK uuBrtini,. jiUUUIULUip TJ
JA8. . CHOUSE,
ATTORN. BY AT LAW,
All Luinei;8 ritmU-d t o lii car-
will receive prompt uftention.
Ken! IXaleaud Private I'-uiUvr.
Williaiiispoit. Lycoming Co., Pi
Deposits iH.-ceiiieil, hill .Vet, louriu'ls ur lidi
rora any purl, ol the world.
K. . Potties
All protflsslotm! business entrust! d to niynt
win receive prompt ouu caremi utteiition
WEST PERRY HOTEL
One-fourth mile Baal f Klrhdcld.
Teams free for traveling men to drr
to town, before or after 111
Kates 75 cents per Day.
aT. 1SJ. B.OS9, Fro.
' rvwtamlt' fm avtnajmivtfi
Consult or communicate with the lAf
of this piper, who will give all nccd id li
I served from '12 to '4, and was wouuMI
in. iu in 1 Im iumIh m the Wlldrrww.
would like to have mv conraili-H know :
Celery King has done lor ma. la 1W0 mrl
complaint., chronic dim rftixwa. cunie iiart. ;1
doctors eould not stop li. tint l-Mlery urns "
cured ma . and I am once mom cnlnylUK II"
vn.Mir Rutin. tiwtMjin. aucn. iro. r.v-
Y. V. I. r. tietery aine tor me nerves, 1."" rr
and Kidneys is sold la toe. and S.v. imk't
w. II. Herman, Troxeieiimi iiiiuuiiii.'"
Ulsh, Meflure; U. A. KDrigBi, aiuio.
Beaatr la Dlaod Dep.
r-1nn l.lnn.1 MAn.. I. ..Infill WkllV
beauty without it. CascareU, Candy. -att'
tio clean your Mood and keen it ciw
stirring up the lacy liver and driving f
Iiuiibtve iiuiu uio inAi. . jn-,ui -wrr J
laniah pimples, IwiU, btoti-liua, UuckheH
.nit Ikn4. .ii.ltlv liilinli. nwinlnvifin llV UM
Casvarets, beauty for ten ccnU. All 4
gists, saiuiaciion guaraniecu, iuc, x.-
Union Steam Laundn
Adarr3 61 YoUtz, Prop's.,
FAULTLliSS IJNEN is i
crowning feature of evening W
Tl,o TTNTI IN VINISII tor 1
tliis laundrv is famous speaks plsi'i
of painstaking care in every
Collars and cuffsironcdwith n
Prices the Lwest
Velcad others follow.
Lact Curtains a Specialty.
G. A. Guteuus, Agt, '
frlmage. It would b aa tiptoratlot