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A Young Girl's Experience.
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Iere"a a gleam of spring In my dark old
And a breath of spring- In the air.
t cannot write and I cannot think.
So I fling down my pen In deapalr.
For my truant heart la out In the woods
Still damp from the melted snows,
Where the sweet wild things of the shadow
And the trailing arbutus growa.
I lay my head down on my folded arm
And drowsily shut my eyes.
My dark old room whirls lightly away
And the din of the city dies;
The long hard years of Btruggle and fret,
Of hope and despair and pain.
Slip from me silently one by one
And I am a child again.
'Tls spring in the country, and on the hills.
In the secret places of gloom.
Where the thick brown mossei cover the
The arbutua Is all a-bloom;
The children eager from school let out.
Are off and away on Its quest,
Laden with baskets, sun-bonneted, tanned.
And laughing with childish seat.
Pear little flowers In the cracked blue Jar,
We nrc homesick, you and I;
We fain would be back In the dear old spot
If hut long enough to die.
Children we are of the woods and fields.
Comrades of the wild and thofree.
And the city with all Its confusion and
Was never for such as we.
-Ktta J. Webb. In Ladles' World.
THE ROMANCE OF MUTBY
By Mrs. Isabel Smith
TIK puanllnns if the Mutbj work
houae had juat finished their or
ilinary meeting, when the master, with
rather n aheejiish expression of coun
"I think, gentlemen, I ought to lay
liefore you n letter I received yester
day. First oiy of that sort I ever had."
"Dear me, Tripp, what's that?" ex
claimed the chaplain, otherwise the
rector of afutbjr, commonly called l'nr
non Weaver, a round, rosy-faced mun,
who more resembled n farmer than a
The other members of the board
ceased their varioua conversations and
looked expectant, all except Dr.
Kvesham, the medical officer. For the
last half-hour he had heard efery Im
patient thud of his handsome chest
nut's hoofs on the gravel outside, and
felt that what might be an agreeable
method of passing a little spare time to
his confreres was a waste of precious
moments to a busy man like himself.'
The whole business might be settled so
much more quickly had tiey been con
cise instead of rambling and (Imputa
tive. He had Just been wondering how
it could ever have been accepted aa a
popular fact that his sex were behind
hand in the matter of speech, when this
new delay occurred. He waa a man of
nbout 35, quiet and reserved, living
by himself, and accustomed to long,
lonely drives about the Suffolk country
on his professional errands.
"Well, Tripp, whnt Is It?" repeated
Parson Weaver, rather Impatiently. He
had been Interrupted In an Interesting
discussion with his neighbor, the squire,
about the trotting hackney and "gate
post" mangolds that he hot. got first
priito for at the recent agricultural
The master cleared his throat, and
read, somewhat nervous! y, the follow
Sept. 16, 18.
To the Master of Muthy Workhouse:
Sir: I am a native of Thorpe St. Ilarnn
I'lts, and left this country 40 years bro for
Australia, where I made a comfortable for
tune. I am now returned to my native load,
but llnd nearly nil my friends are gunc und
scattered. I am Wl years of aire, strong;
and hearty, and want a wtfo to help
spend my savlnirs. fan you recommend
me a nice, respeetalde younir woman among
your Inmates? I should prefer a single
woman, not a widow, and would make her
a good husband, l'lease write by return to
Stephen Yaxley. Hell Inn, Thorpe Bt.
A smile appeared on most of the
faces round the bai.e-eovered table as
the master finished,
"Dear me, Tripp," said the parson,
"are you to be turned Into a matri
monial agent In your old age?"
The master half laughed. "It would
seem so, sir. Curious letter, isn't.) it,
gentlemen? Hut I thought It my duty
to bIiow it to you."
"Certainly, certainly," echoed all.
Dr. Evesham was gazing absently out
ef the big window ut a distant view of
stained wherry-solls gliding up the
"What is your opinion, Evesham?"
asked the squire, ruther pettishly. He
thought the medical officer might take
a little interest in the subject, so that
he could get back the sooner to the
more interesting one of agriculture,
and convince l'orson Weaver that the
prize for mangolds had been-unfairly
"My opinion ? I have hardly had time
to form one," answered the doctor,
coolly. "Hut I don't know that I should
take any notice of the letter."
The master coughed deprecatingly.
"Well, sir, if 1 may be so bold as to
suggest, I just mentioned the matter
to my wife, and she says she thinks
he might do for Susannah West."
"Susannah West!" exclaimed the
doctor, bringing the legs of his chair
to the ground so violently as to make
the others start.
"Is that the girl w-ith the reddish
hair?" asked the squire, screwing up
his eyes meditatively.
"And violent eyes," said the parson;
"very much like some' of the old mas
ters' portraits of the Madonna.
"The young woman's father "was a
small former at Cutton All fSaints,
said the master, "and failed. She was
ill for a long while after she got here.
It aecmed to prey upon her mind.
"Yes, yes, we all remember," said the
medical officer. "She had a low fever;
it was a tough job to pull her through."
"You ordered port wine for her, sir,
said the butcher, cheerfully, ne did
not object to what some member
called extraragnnce in thesick-dietlng,
which generally Included a good sop
ply of beef-tea.
"A sad case, a sad case," said the
squire. "But I don't see why the young
woman can't go out to service."
"Not strong enough," replied the doc
tor, "nor brought up to that sort of
work. She has the instincts of a lady,
but unfortunately not enough educa
tion to fit her for teaching."
"Then, from what 1 can see of it,"
said the squire, "she will be here for
the rest of her days like old Molly
Mobbs, that was reckoned to have cost
the ratepayers over 1,000 altogether."
"Unless she nccepts this offer," said
the chaplain. "Ball gentlemen?"
All looked a little doubtful, as if not
quite certain whether to treat the sug
At that moment a troop of little work
house children filed past the window,
followed by a young woman, clad in
the lilac-check union gown und hideous
black straw union bonnet with its pur
"There goes Susannah West!" ex
claimed the master; "sIic'b just bring
ing the little ones home from u wnlk.
A rare hand with them she is, too."
The sun was shining straight upon
the young woman in question, und the
board caught u glimpse of a dazzling
wild-rose complexion and bands of red
gold waving hair.
"A very respectable girl, indeed," said
the parson "and 1 for one suggest
that we follow this offer up. We ought
to make inquiries; and, though I have
plenty to do in the parish" (the others
exchanged quietly amused glances at
this assertion, for it was well known
that the parson took his parochial du
ties very lightly), "I will go over to
Thorpe St. liarnabas myself und find
out nil that 1 can of Mr. Stephen Yax
ley. Hut in the meantime, Tripp, sny
nothing to the girl."
A special board meeting was held a
few days later. The parson's inquiries
proved satisfactory, and it now only
remained to Inform the young woman
of the proxisal.
"I suppose you've quite settled It
ahull be Susannah West, gentlemen?"
said the muster, a little diffidently.
"I suppose so, Tflpp. Why?" usked
"Wall, sir, for the matter of getting
rid of one of the women, I'd sooner It
was Mary I'ott. She's such a grumbling
creature never satisfied."
"So she Is, Trippi but then she's a
widow, and thot is against Mr. Yaxley's
Tripp scratched his bead. "Not a
bad-looking woman, sir," he observed.
"No, no. Dut a stipulation is a stip
ulation; and I, for my part, consider
that Providence has sent this special
offer on purpose for Susannah West."
A murmur of approval followed this
assertion; only the butcher ventured
to demur. "Seems a bit oldish for the
girl, don't he, gentlemen T'
"Otd? Pshaw! What's 58?" cried
one und all. "Better able to take care
of a wife. Got a position," etc.
"Yea, yea; to be sure. Of course that
mokes up," said the butcher.
"Yery well," said the parson; "then
let it be settled once for all that behave
"Yes, gentlemen; that is all very
well ns far as It goes," observed the
medical officer, who had noi yet
spoken. "But the question still re
mains: Will Susannah West have
The others looked a little foolish, as
though this side of the argument hnd
not struck them.
"That we can soon find out," sold
Parson Weaver, Irritably. "Tripp,
fetch the girl here"
In a few minutes the girl stood be
fore them; she looked shy "nnd half
(rightened) wondering what the board
could wunt of her.
"Ha! Susnnnnh, my denr," began the
parson he had called her Miss West
In the days of her prosperity, but one
cannot expect complimentary titles in
the workhouse "we have sent for you
because in short well, we have a
Tery advantageous offer, which wc
think will just suit yon."
Before Susannah could make any re
ply, the squire, determined that the
chaplain should not have it all his own
wav, exclaimed in his hearty voice:
" 'hat would you say to a good home
ami a kind husband, my girl?"
The color flooded Susannah's face;
she gave one startled glance, then stood,
with her eyes on the floor, nervously
plaitlnff a oanaar of her checked apron.
"Perhaps II vonM to aw well If I
read the kttttv W to) lousiied," said
'the parson, glaring ttoappreval at his
neighbor for having forced his hand
Then he pnt on his spectacles, and
read in slow and ponderous tones Mr.
Stephen Yaxley's epistle, pausing erery
now and then to see the effect. If he
expected rnpturous gratitude when he
finished he was disappointed. Susan
nah never raised her eyes, ner color
came nnd went, and her lips trembled;
but she said not a word.
"Well, my girl," cried the squire, un
nblc to restrain his impatience, "what
do you say to this? Isn't it a fine
chance? I wouldn't think twice about
It ff I were you. Just look at your po
sition, nere you are In the work
house nt your nge, and, like a rat, with
out a friend in the world. Not any
fnult of yours, of course," he added, as
a pained expression flitted across the
"Perhaps she would like a little time
to think it over," suggested the butcher,
in his thick, husky voice.
"Hove you' got nothing to say, Su
sannoh?" inquired the parson, rather
The girl's fingers interlaced nervously-
"You are very kind, gentlemen; but
I I don't know what to say."
She looked around appeal! ngly, des
perotely. "Come, come, be quick to settle It,
girl. Wo don't want another special
meeting called," cried the squire,
i The medical officer rose: "I think,
gentlemen, perhaps if I saw Miss West
alone for a minute she might give me
an answer. She feels embarrassed, I
"Quite right, Evesham," said the
parson. "They can go Into your room,
Tripp, can't they?"
Tripp, jumping up with alacrity, led
the way to his tobacco-scented little
"Sit down, Susannah," said the doc
tor, kindly. "Now don't be flurried.
You have heard this offer; It seems
a good one for you. But don't say
'Yes' If you'd rather not. Just think
It over a "little."
He turned his back on her, nnd, go
ing over to the mantelpiece, examined
a quaint old china group of nn Eng
lishman, Scotchman and Irishman,
seated together, entitled "Auld hong
Sync." A long silence followed; then
Susannah spoke. She hnd a remarka
bly sweet, soft voice, and the doctor
looked round quickly.
"If I do sny 'Yes,' Dr. Evesham," she
said, tremblingly, "it will be because
you wish me to; for no other rea
son." She rnised her eyes to him as she
spoke. They were beautiful eyes, and
sent a thrill through the medical offi
cer. "I wish you to say 'Yes?' " he ex
claimed, coming towards her.
"You have been so good to me; you
saved my life when I first came here.
I should never have recovered but for
your care and attention. I always feel"
she clasped her hands tightly together
"you nre the only friend I have, and
'there is nothing I would not do for
The passionate warmth of her tone
startled Dr. Evesham. He caught both
the hands with which, nshamcd of her
freedom, she was about to cover her
face, and said, tenderly: "My poor
girl! Then you shall never sny 'Yes'
to this offer!"
The board was waxing impntient, nnd
the squire nnd parson had almost
broken their long friendship over the
prize "gate-post" mangolds, when Dr.
Evesham returned with Susannah
"Well, doctor, I hope you hnve
brought the young woman to see rea
son," said the former.
"I hope so," replied the doctor, dryly.
"Has she said 'Yes,' then?" asked
the squire and the butcher in a breath.
"She has to me, gentlemen," said Dr.
Evesham, reddening. "I am going to
marry her myself!" Chambers Journal.
FRENCHMEN DON'T TRAVEL
BMaaat The Have nn Innate Horror
f Any thlnx I.I Ue 'Itonuh-Ina-
If. Bonvalto, the distinguished ex
plorer, Is constantly exhorting his fellow-countrymen
to truvel, and his ap
peals are once more leading to a re
view of the reasons which render the
average Uaul so uverse to adventure
beyond his own frontier, says the Lon
don Telegraph. How does it hnppen,
it Is asked, that so few, even of the
younger generation of Frenchmen, dis
play any Inclination to see the world,
although at their uge, many Anglo
Saxons have already been round it?
Two main explanations for these
stay-at-home propensities nrc volun
teered. One is that people in France
rarely trouble themselves to learn for
eign languages, so that they are like
fish out of water when they go abroad,
Another is thut they arc absolutely ig
norant of the practical side of travel
and have little idea of the articles that
they require or of the best mode of
fitting themselves out for u long jour
ney. In short, they are not handy or
enterprising and have a horror of any
thing In the shape of "roughing it,"
as the saying goeB.
Wished He Wm a Ueathen.
Little John (after casting his penny
Jnto the fund for the Bamalam island
ers) I whh I was a heathen!
Sabbath 8chool Teacher Oh, John
ny! Why do you with such an awful
thing as that?
"The heathen don't neTer ha ve to give
nothln' they are always gettin' some
thin'." fit. Louis Globe-Democrat.
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aitrnedappraiaea of mercantile and other taxes
for the year as follows:
Name. License. Claaa Tax.
Mlddleswarth A Martern, gen. store 1 $10 CM
W. 11. Herman, ' U 7 M)
HEAVKK T VTK
W. B. Winey Bro..reii. store. 13 10 HI
A. II. Bowersox, ' 1Q H
W. M. Keller, eonfet tiiMinry, S ft u(i
V. B. Weaver. . s ft ..
Jr. Shirk, hardware. It TO.
K. J. Yerk, general store, II T tr,
UKAVPK WKST TWP.
Midilleswarth A riah, general store. IS ID ()
rVlkt-rk .Mlddleswarth, " " 13 III ml
.liinie- II IVler. " " 7 rJB
ThomaiKohler, " " 14 7 o
ti B. Miellenbergcr, ' " 14 7 ul
J, 11. boag, 11 7 nil
CENT It I TWP.
.1. K. Herman, general store,
sir. .111. k Dreeae, w
C. M. Showers, ' "
14 7 0i
14 7 0'
13 10 Ui'
A. II. Troutman, general store, II MM
(ieo. S. Hine, " In or
John S. Kino, " " is 10 1 11
V. II. Itine. " 1 1 7 (111
Harriet iliiiiiinel, " " 7 hi
David Melser, grain dealer, 14 7 00
W, B. Wlney. grain nnd eoal, 1.1 . 10 no
.I.M A lr.ll..Mteininger. grain and eoal, IS 10 0
David Wetzel, generul store, 14 7 00
S. Barlier Simiinton, " " 14 7 00
B. II. Custer " " It 10 00
FnMklln Milling C, dealer in grain, II 7 00
Charles Hoyer, general store, IS in nn
OlftatHmlW, " ' 11 7011
L II. Komlg t Co., gei.eral store,
11. n, iiers.
A. B. Daubermiiii, " '
A. 0, Smith, general store,
J. K. Magee, " "
S. O. l lrleh. "
Keagley it Voder, grain,
II 7 (Ti
II 7 no
II 7 00
1 1 0 en
W. W Wittenmyer, general stori", 1.1 10 00
W- II. Beaver. ' " IS 10 00
Kunkle .v Walter. " " is 10 00
W I. Uarman, iboaa 11 710
MlddMnirg Drug Store, drugs. II 7 00
L II. Boweraos, eon feel lonary, s ft us
II W. Folllk, " 8 IS 00
Sehoeli Stalilueeker, stores, etc., II 7 10
1). A. Kern, general dealer, 14 7 00
H. K. Walter, furniture. H 7 Wl
M. Milliter, general store,
I. B, Homig,
(i. M. Witmer, "
13 10 00
14 7 00
It 7 Oil
Peter tisrnmn, gereral store, II 7 0"
Henry Harding, ' " 710
Brosius Minium, " " 14 7 IK)
II. A. Ebrlght ' it 7011
M. Kothroek, drugs, 14 7 0"
C. K. Hoyer, con feet lonery, N ft 00
J U Varner, hardware, II 7 00
WEST PERKY TWP.
E. S.Htraup. geneml More, II 7 00
SI 1.1 nsi; ROVE BOBO
J. K. Burn-. 11 1 11. 1 store, 11 7 00
F ciiu vita, 14 7 nn
A. N. ileini ,1 Im,., general store, 14 7 00
W. A. Arbogaati " " 14 7 00
A. D. Carey, grocery, 14 7 00
L J. Lauiberaon, grocery, 14 7 00
J. H. Ulsh, drugs, 14 7 00
(ieo. U, W agenseller, drugs and coal, 13 10 00
II. Oppenhelnier, clothing, 14 7 00
Keely ft Son, clothing, 14 7 00
8. Wels, general store, 12 12 00
Geo. H. Hendricks Son, hardware, I I 7 00
Edward Taylor, restaurant, 8 ft OO
H. K. Miller, grocery, 14 7 00
I. F. laiideimlager, coal, 14 7 00
M.O.Snyder, " 14 7 00
A. B. Keck, shoes, 14 7 OO
M. L, Kreegcr, grain. 14 7 00
M. S. Kchro.ver. shoes ami hardware, 14 7 00
Jos. K. Hharf Son, 14 7 00
II . Holtzworth. general store, 14 7 00
W. I). Baker, blcjcles, 14 7 00
II. Deahler, feed, 14 7 00
N. 1. Livingston, furniture, II 7 00
O. W . Meek, general store, 12 12 50
W. M- Bnyei. general atore, 14 7 W
K.C. Williams, " 14 7 00
(ieo. I. Flanders, " ' jj 7 ofl
O, W. Knights, " 18 10 00
N. T. P11 1 11 1 1, re, " " 14 7 00
A. S. Heehrist, " " H 7 (10
llogar ,v Bingnmnii, grain, It 7 00
J.O. Snyder, hardware and furniture, 11 7 00
SB Washington twp.
lerry Charles, general store, 14 7 00
II I". Hurley, " " 14 7 00
B. F. Stroup, " 117 00
W, P IWnycr.drug, II 7 (10
Calvin Shotzlicrger, confectionary, 0 ft (l
Henry Schnee, feed, 11 7 00
(1. M.iirnss, general store, 14 7 00
K. H. Hottenstein, " " 13 10 (10
, .1 Mroun, " 117 00
(ieo. J. Sehoeli, grain, II 7 00
Spang lat it Haines, general store, 14 7 00
J. W. Specht. " " 14 7 on
B.O. A E. S. Manhcck. general store, IS 10 00
A. A. Fish, general store, 14 7 ou
B, B. Steininger, M " 14 7 00
TakkNotice All persons who are concern
ed in this appraisement that an appeal will he
held at the Commissioners' oflire, in the Court
House, in the Boro- of Middleburg. on Thurs
day, May 2S, 1H99 between the hours of 10 a. in,
and 3 p. 111, when and where all who feel ag
grieved by their classification may attend if
they think prnpw. WM. M. BOYEK.
A SUMMER SAIL
in ladies' shoes is a ploiSi.nl
voyage afoot, For the pleas
ure it gives, there's no sail
like onr sale. Crowds are
enjoying it, and securing the
prettiest, coolest and best fit
ting Summer shoes now man
ufactured, at prices which
buyeis find it a pleasure to
pay. Foi house or street
wear, pleasure or every-day
practical purposes, walking,
riding, or driving, we supply
the ideal shoes demanded by
fashion and the dictates of
individual taste. Ladies,
whoever claims your hands,
by all means surrender your
feet to these shoes.
B. H. GIBSON. SubDrT
Persons have been known to
gain a pound m day by taking
an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL
SION. It b strange, but it often
Somehow the ounce produces
the pound ; it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop
erly, so that the patient is able
to digest and absorb his ordinary
food, which he could not do be
fore, and that is the way the gain
A certain amount of flesh is
necessary for health; if you have
not f;ut it ycu can get it by
Jr, .-jaaui leanatawawawawAWai
You will find it just as useful in summer
0'. in winter, and if you are thriving upon
ii don't step bixause the weather is warm.
V. .-ml i.oo, all druggists.
SCOTT ft DOWNS, Ohtmlsta, Ntw York.
Speflflcs act directly npon the disease,
without exciting disorder in other parts
of the system. They Care the Sick.
so. ccaa. raicss
1 Fevers. Coageatlooi, Inflammations. .45
a Worms. Worm Fever, Worm Colic.. . .35
3- Teetblns. Colic. Crying. Wakefulness .23
4- Dlarrhea. of Children or Adult 38
7 -Ciiniha, Colds, Bronchitis 38
H-.eura If la. Toothache, Faceache 38
9-Headache, Slek Headache, Vertigo. .38
1 1 -Kupprrsard or Painful Periods 38
12- Vhltea, Too Profuse Periods 38
13- Croup. Laryngitis, Hoarseness 38
1 4- sialt H tieum , Erysipelas, Eruption!. . .38
1 5- Rheumatlsm, Rheumatic Pains 38
1 i-Malaria. Chills, Fever and Ague 38
19-4'atarrh. Influenia, Cold In the Head .38
30- W hoopl ng -tough 38
27-Kldne v Diseases 38
3H-Servous Debility 1.04)
30-1 rluary Wrakneia, Wetting Bed. . .38
77-4J rip. Hay Ferer .38
Dr. Humphreys' Manual of all Diseases at your
Druggists or Mailed Free.
Sold by druggists, or sent on receipt of price.
Humphreys' Med. Co., Cor. William t John Sts
PAY IF YOU'RB PLEASED 30 DAYS
AFTEK SHIPMENT; IF NOT, RETURN.
NO MONEY WANTED IN ADVANCE.
Wltn every Quaker
Kitchen Cab I net
we send, free, a
copy of "The Er-ery-
319 pages of the
most practical re
clpea ever com
ound In cloth.
The top of cabinet
Is 17 Indira by 42
Inches: lieleht. 3U
inclieii : linn two inrtal-hnttom bins, one holding 90 lb. ;
the other partitioned for corn-meal, graham, togsr, etc. ;
iKie laif) drawer ; one bread board, which illdea Into
'.nun. Price, complete, only $9, on board cars In Chl
jatrn, with the cook Ixmk tret, Pay In SO dsy If you
nnd the Cabinet the moat useful. labor-saTlng piece uf
kitchen furniture yen ever law If not entirely pleased,
return at our expense. So deposit, no guaranty re
quired from anv relHbh person. In ordering be sure
to say vuu'rc a reader of this paper this Is very Import
ant und that ron areepl our Kitchen Cabinet Oiler Xo.
8. order to-day : or, send for Illustrated circular No. 8.
QUAKl's YHUl HFtJ. CO., .155 W. Harrison St., Ckietro.
p. s Genuine (Juaker Valley furniture la never sold
throuith retailers- always from factory to fireside at
wholesale pin., ! 'ii't accept a worthless Imitation.
,QB BUYS A $3.50 SUIT
e caxaiaatin aasTwiAaotT" i u
is, aagmiar ... J Mrr
it fatttgatagst SI. 98.
Haw Saaa-Paat I
a saw but i
.Mrh Snn't aailafaeterv wmi. .
Send No Monty. Co.,J.a4L,J?
aataafkay and say watbr large er
alt byprsa,c O.D., utJect to anurias
attnn. Ton ean aianlna II at Tonr at Brass
oBoa and If found perfectly aalllfatsny
and equal lo tail sold la your town for
...rrwk.r..taslo. Ba. wka double asal
1 1 .at Sw.a
and ksaaa, lataa isee.ijU aj ills
ad from a special wsaMsaMag
tern. Sue serge Ualag, Oat
alas;, CUrtaa passu! Inlarualag, pa
retaf acefas, ailk and ttaea sewlac, Sse
wat, a rati any boy or anal would
ta aiw.ik.as a rati aay boy or parte
of. pos ran clots aawue Jv
ba mud of
(nits, OTorooaia or lara), for boy 4.
Uoitao T.rooalor a Urktrjf
T to i
tap BsHintM ran
Ska's tall asd Star
tEaRt, ROEBUCK A
CO. (Int.), Chlttit, lit
ME PERFECT KEN !
DO NOT DESPAIR I
Do Not S)attr Lender I The
Joys and ambition of life can
be restored to you. The Tery
worst case of Nervous Debili
ty are absolutely cured by
aif-BPiurro ta hi. n.
lilve prompt relief to insomnia,
falling memory and the wait
and drain of vital poser. incur
red by Indiscretions orexcesse
of early year. Impart rigor
nnd potency to every function
nee up the vtem. Give .asraw bloom to tbe
k, ami ui . ire uie a aw a rj , j"n
.. .id. One 71c box rcncsi"ey a vuul energy:
,. x i .5 a com-fV 1 I A'lcw sua ran-
v-sii cure or money refuad-rAyfdffhjpdfed. Can be
tod hi veal pocket. Sold aaJK every whereor
mulled In plain wrappcron aasw receiptor price
by TBM I'KHl'KCTOCO., Caatou Bid . Cbioajo.LU.
For sale in Middleburgfi, Pa., by
Middlebarg llrug Co., inMt. Pk-as-ant
Mills by Henry Harding, anil in
PMUa't Creek by J. V. SainiiseH.
Wl rour Isskrw m4 r". sun.
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.1 mb. Ill, aad wa will
Jjt m . tMi aara
meSW aad If foaad aetiy
a rDtwwitd and lb aiort woa-
dacfa vaiw you rrar law eraaMes
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3 L flakes Kitchen fc
C Work ftuy. j
i j ..miiii a. war oetend