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The Middleburgh Post.
Published ever? Thursday.
Geo. W. Wngenseller,
tditor and Proprietor
Subscription 1.50 per year.
'in-li muM ' pain In idTUM when Rent out
Ida the county.)
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
mi transient RrtverttivmontR not otherwise
.nntraoted mr win be charged at the rate or tl
hi per line (DOOptrlej measure) for llrst Inaer
tlOD mill 10 osntl per line tor every subsequent
9" Heath notieei publMed free ; obituary poen,
trtbutn of retpeet. f three cnttt a line.
Republican Standing Committee.
Adam, W. H. Herman, J. O. Mtddlnwartb
Ili'HVer, A. VV , Miihuit, Pavlil Coleman
Bearer w., Cbu. A. Wagner, John D. Howell
Centre. II. B. Waaner, M a Bowereox
Chapman. n. s. Troutman, P. A. Troup
Franklin, M. I.. Walter. II. K. Bolender
Jackaon, J. s. Vearlok. II. II. Smith
Mlddltbura, Al. Clelan, James Erdley
MiddlacMMii A. I. Kreaiper, s. L. Voder
Monro, A. it. Young-, i. I'. Hitter
penn, Frank Miller. Howard How
Parry, Dr. M. Rothroolc, Irwln Mover
Ferry N'.. ti.'o. strawm'r, John Noll
BeUnagrore, A. B. Ke. k, II. .r. Duck
Hating, Oao. 8. Leplejr, O. M smith
Union, '). Bice, H, J. stroh
WuniiiiiKton, lr. 10. W. Toole, .1. II. Arbogaat
Thursday, May 25, 1899.
STONE TAKES $4000 FROM SNYDER
Governor Stone has been very
generous (?) to Snyder County as he
has cut the public schools out of al
most $4000. He cut oil the state
appropriation for public schools the
magnificent sum of 91,000,000. Of
this sum Snyder County loses $1,
937.56 for each of two years or a
total l $3,875.56 for two years. If
the Governor had not cut the appro
priation Snyder county would have
received 921,813.68, but since the
out the schools of this county w ill
receive only l(l,37o.97.
This loss to Snyder County is a
very serious one. Money does not
move very freely here at any rate
and to have cut off from tht income
the sum of almost 94000 means a se
rious embarrassment in the conduct
of the public schools. What makes
the situation more aggravating isthe
fact that by an act of the recent Leg
islature, the minimum school term
has been increased from six to seven
months. This brings on the neces
sity ot moie money for paying teach
ers. Hence the directors of the
county will be confronted with anew
problem. In some way the matter
must be bridged over. Something
must sutler. If it is the teachers'
salaries it means less efficient services
of public servants who need an in
crease instead of a decrease in their
income. The governor has certainly
made an error in making a dab of
that character on the public schools,
the very essence of future develop
ment and social .strength.
GUN COMPANY A WIND BAG.
Mr. Wm. II. Whitney of New
York City, the inventor of the fa
mous ( lun, has been in town for a
w eek or more, and he made a great
many friends. He has a gun that
is one of the best, if not the licst on
the market. Unfortunately, theold
gentleman, like other inventors,
was not able to command capital
enough to nut the product of bis
skill on the market. He had busi
ness dealings with capitalists and the
business failed for some reason or
other. His business has been idle
for a number of years and being
anxious to resume operations, lie
went to New York City to secure
the assistance of monied men to get
In.- business on foot again. He got
. . , 1 u 1 .
111 with a man wno nas agreed 10
promote a corporation for him and
This corporation came to Middle
burg w ith representatives who asked
the citizens of this place to raise
$26,000 to float bonds to the amount
of that sum to be secured by a first
mortgage, and to donate the corpora
tion a building snd lot. J he com
pany agreed to put Into the building
niaehincrv and tools to the amount
of 975,000. It seems evident that
the cost of the niaehincrv mnv have
been 176,000, but aa they can to a
larse extent be used onlv for the
manufacture of the Whitney Gun
thev could not he considered good
security. The committee in charge
got the company down to express a
willingness to accept 15,000 and
then to $10,000 which was plenty
of evidence that if they could not
get a big pull they would take a
CO., KtW TCTIK.
smaller one. The company was re
presented by J. Howard Pardoe, an
attorney of WatSOUtown. and D.
Clarence Willoughly, a "Jim Slick
er" of New York City. We do not
wish to say that the WhitncySafcty
Fire Arms Company is not all right,
but they failed to satisfy our com
mittee that there wasony substantial
backing to support them and what
looks more suspicious is that there
was not enough money among the
outfit of respesentatives to get them
out of town and
pay their hotel bills.
aber tried to jret a !
( )ne of their mini!
check cashed for 920 at the bank
here and Cashier Thompson called
up on the telephone the bank upon
which the check was drawn ami re-
ri'ivi'il word flint the check would
not h. honored. Here is a orett v '
spectacle of a young fellow trying
v I '
to talk our people into adeal involv- mg nrawaw J'auocrman .jonn, ik- , iIS) Kml,.r,ck ( )tt, MathiasDaubcr
ing an investment of 82r,,O00 and ! v,tar Abraham, Dibler John, Deetz j ,,iaM) iTohn Aumiller, William Hats,
his check on his home bank not j Jmo1V ),,, k Johni , waoarman : jonn Shaber, Peter Brouse, Adam
worth 920 and he left town without Eeter Epler John, Evigh Adam, pjgher , Beuiamin Weiser, Andrew
paying his hotel bill. The expenses
of his first trip over here was paid
by our people.
Surely such conduct on the part
of the representative! does not in
spire much confidence in the com
pany. Middleburg's Present Opportunity
Within a short time the people of I
Middleburs have manasred throneh
their representatives to secure a shoe
factory for that town, and now they
have before them a business-like
proposition from certain capitalists,
who propose to establish a gun fac
tory. For some reason or other they
arc hesitating over the proposal, and
there are hints that the industry may
go elsewhere. While it is possible
that it would be locau! in some
other Pennsylvania town, thus sub
serving the interests of the State as
well as if established at Middleburg,
that is not the view which the peo
ple of the latter place should take of
the matter. To the Inquirer it does
not matter where it goes so long as
it remains within the State, but the
MiddleburgPost takes the local view
and earnestly urges that it be ac-
nanioA "IT" If nva '
ays, "we all 1111II
together, we can
easily make a town
in the Middlecreek Valley having a '
population of six thoi.sa.ul in five or
In the case of the shoe factory
success was insured through popular
subscriptions ranging from five hun
dred dollars down. The smallest
was gladly received. The gun fac
tory, however, is a large enterprise.
By the close of the second year its
ow ners agree to employ three hun
dred hands, which will mean the
construction of not less than two
hundred new houses. They ask a
thirty-five hundred dollar plot of
ground and a contribution of twenty
tire thousand dollars to be secured
by bonds, the interest of which is to
lie guaranteed. In what form this
guarantee is to be given the Inquirer
is not advised, but if that is satisfac
tory the industry should be welcom
ed by every resident of the place.
It is always wise to look carefully
into proposals of this kind, but it is
also wise to remember that many a
desirable enterprise has lieen lost by
hesitating too long.
The above we clip from the edi
torial column of the Philadelphia
Inquirer of 1 new lay morning. To
our esteemed contemporary we de
sire to say that the advise given is
wholesome and timely upon all occa
sions. Tlis money was raised or in
such a shape it could have been com
minded hy our committe at a mo
ment's notice, but the security was
such that no careful business man
would care to risk any such sum.
The company had a corporation with
a capital stock of $500,000 and of
that stock one man was to have
$125,000 worth of it simply to lo
cate the plant and float the stock.
We can assure the Inquirer that we
have all the water we need in our
own historic old Middle Creek, we
need not go to New York to get any
watered stock ot a concern that has
nothing else. The position which
the Inquirer takes is all right, butit
has been discovered thatthe security
is no good.
Some Valuable Old Papers.
The Editor of the Post has in his
possession a duplicate for the road Wittenmver Jr., ittonmyer Mi
tax ot Penn township for the year ehael, Walter Jacob, Walter Jacob
1796. Also a list of the tax-payers Jr., W-ilter David, Walter Philip,
of Penn township comprising what is Walter John, Wittenmver Wilhel-
I BOW the eastern half of Snyder conn- mina, Wertz Christian, Wagoner
ty. The list is of great interest and John, Wales John, W -yrick Wil
we give below a list of the tax-pay- Ham, Wcyrick Peter. Wettiel Philip,
! ers at that time as the desoendants I Weitzel Peter, Wenner Christian,
of these people.are in greut abund- Waggoner Youst, Weiser Conrad,
ance at this time: j Wenner Andrew, Weiss, John A Co.,
Albright John, A rlx)gast John, Wert man Jacob, Warlin Michael,
Arnold Adam, Apple Peter, Aibright Wittenm ver Jacob, "alter Henry,
Michael, Aumillcr John, App Mat- j Wesh .Jacob, Weiss Jacob, Young
: thias, Anderson Jacob, Ihicher .Ioh:i, ' Ooor;e, Yodcr John, Yoder Jacob,
Herger Andiew, liolander Adam, ; Yodcr Michael, Ycager Christian.
Inlander Frederick, Blander Henry, i BIHGLI fKkkman.
Bolander John, Bolander Adam Jr., j(,in Nicholas Ralyart,
Binhimer John, Howersox PauMphiHp Bbaber, Michael Newman,
firell Nicholas, Hrener Fruicis, Christian Kemmcr. John Traisler,
Berry John, Baker John, Busier j jolin Haines, George Bowersox,
George, Bishop Jacob, Bishop John, ; palmlv. David Simile. Davis
Bastian George, Bingaman John,
lu'l'r Joseph, Benfer (ieorge, Brian
i r l t ..
v.eoie, iM.yer uniiaru, orrgiTjiu-
drew, JiieKie Pinion, minis i'eter,
u utuiuu, uuim fcvviH
. , NlllliLll I I I ! I I tJ I 'nloM
nrous Auam, neaver ajicnaci, nas-
tian Jacob, Ballast Nicholas, Burn
iv al t aT-l i n
v iirwvuui, jiowersoA.u.enaeiuiuui ,
Charles, Drone Frederick, Dauber
t al , 1 T I
"u L"1""' 1 " ,ue ""
Evans Federick, Etawiler George, ,
Fisher Adam, Feinily Christian,
Frey John, Frey John Jr., Fllman
John, Fetter Philip, Fisher Peter, i
Friok John, Frey Abraham, Gem
1.....1;..., 1 1. i- 1 m:..i 1
n ."11 t 1 1 'I
uerooening jaooo, utiaaa ueorge,
ioiicKier Liiviiuina, vieur .jacoo,
(Jodshalk Andrew, GiltnerChristian,
! Gotlshalk Peter, Geml)erling Charles,
Guynn Hugh, Haine Conrad, Haine
Philip, Hendricks Samuel, Hollen-
bach Henry. Hummel G. Adam.
Hepman John, Hauehenhach Peter,
Haines John, HainesGeorge, Hotter
Christian, Har.nan John, Hendricks
John, Hager John, Hull Phineas,
Haas Abraham, Haas Henry, Hoffer
Elisabeth, Hostermati IJeter, Har
lan Thomas, Hughes Garret, Isian
Jacob, Jordan Philip, Jarret Jacob,
Kline Frederick, Kline John, Kline
Jacob, Jr., Kostcr Paul, Kisttr Pe
ter, Klemeni Peter, Kline Jacob,
Kuhn Jacob, Kratzer Daniel, Kline
Barnhart, Keller George, Karcher
Ludowig, Kindig Jacob, Kraus
Christian, Kratzer Jacob, Kratzer
Benjamin, Kern Widow, Kern John,
Krydcr Isaac, Kline Widow, Laud
enslager Valentine, Laudenslager
( Jeorge, Leist Andrew, Long Joseph,
Leonard i'eter, Lons Peter. Lun
Christian, Leckington Abraham,
r . :n n 1 1 c Iitt Mr in nu
t I 194.1 1 r r- t
Mawger (ieorge, Moatz GLH.rge,
Mertz Philip, Meyer Philip, Meyer
1 -ij ....... ,
. 1 1 . 11 1 mum. ,
Mi, it V ...l.,J-...
Mever Henrv. Mover Jacob a- I
Mlehnol. Millar A- I Am tana ana
Meyer (ieorge, Meyer Jacob Jr.,
Moore Andrew, Moore Philip, Men
gee Adam, Moore George, Merkle
(ieorge, Mechlick John, Mowrer
Peter, Miller Frederick, Moll An
thony, Musselman Jacob, Meyer
Charles, Miller Jacob (son of Char-
. . v I
lev , Mawhorter Henry, Myer
. -w , . rl. t .
phen, Mver John (son ol Stephen),
Michael Mary, Myer C, Myer John
(son of little Jacob), Myer Jacob
(Hoffer s soiK'n-law), Moyer Samuel,
Notesteine John, Neyhard David,
Newman Peter, Neilson John (Tail
or), ( )ldt (ieorge (son-in-law of Mr.
Bishop), Oldt (ieorge, Pontius Ni
cholas, Pontius John, Pontius Peter,
Pepper Philip, Price Thomas, Pfiel
Henry, Pawling Joseph, Rhode
Francis, Rhode Francis Jr., Ricple
Conrad, Rush Daniel, Reuhart Paul,
Roush Casper, Roush George, Hup
George, Row Martin, Row John,
Ritter Simon, Reem Nicholas, Row
George, Stump Abraham, Smith
John, Swineford George, Swineford
Peter, Swineford Albright, Swine
ford John, Spade Jacob, Spade Ja
cob Jr., Strayer Andrew, Stunbuch
Abraham, Stock Matluas, Stumley
Daniel, Stroup George, St roup An
drew, Stroup Peter, Stratzberger
StoplieLStraycr M.,Stoner Frederick,
Sounder Doist, Snyder Baltzer,
Southerland Thomas, Snyder Jacob,
Stober William, Schoch George,
Schoch Peter, Saintclaire Neal, Shog
Mathias, Shog John, Shog Henry,
Shaffer Andrew, Spatz Mathias,
Shaber Philip, Swarts Philip, 8tock
Michael, Stock Melchoir Jr., Mel
choir, Snyder Simon (Justice), Si lver
wood James, Shreck Frederick, Se
lin Anthony, Est, (No Capt Selin
to be found), Selin Catherine, Sny
der Simon Jr., Shwenk Frederick,
Shwenk Samuel, Stees Frederick,
Spade David, Schoch Jacob, Shaffer
Henry, Swingle Estate, Smith Ro
bert, Spade George, Shreiner Chris
tian, Stetler Henry, Schoch Jacob,
Shaver John, Treaster Nicholas,
George, Umpohaker Jonas,
ohn, Wolf Philip, Welkerj
Christian, Wittenmver Andrew,
Ei-neat, Henry Blame, John Wey.
ri(.k Match, Georgeand Adam
' . .
Evijrli, I'eter Bastian, Jacob Weiss,
1 m r w 1 . 11 , ,
I 7 ni
Jnhn KFAtCPr. . it III Hfill. UMrm
'Htvr Henry Khodc. Jacob Stein-
bruch .Jacob Boush. Georjre Stcim-
.... v .. ... ,,s ,r ,llLr.lst. ( hr st an
(Jlass, George Meoges, Thomas
iuynn, Ueorge .Millar, Henry 1'ont-
olwh j0; j)t.a( j);,,, losing-L
eP Christian (iruber, George Gem-1
batlhur. Christian Schnure. Fmle-I?
rick Hooker. Jacob Wittenmver.
The total amount of taxes for that
vear 111 all
of the township was
To John Smith, Collector of Perm
Pursuant, to sundry acts of As-jg
semblv respecting the mode of eol
lecting and paying county rates and
levies, you arc hereby authorized
and commanded within ten days
from the date thereof, to ask, de-
mand and receive rrom everv person
named in your duplicate thesums ot
money they are severally rated and
assessed and if any jiersonor persona
shall refuse or neglect to pay to you
such sum or sums of money within
the space of forty days, after demand
made by you, that then you are au
thorized and required to take, seize
and distrain the goods and chattels
of every such delinquent, or so much
thereof as shall be necessary to dis
charge said taxrsand costs and make
sale thereof according to law and
after deducting said taxes and costs,
you are to return the overplus to
the owner. But it goods and chat-
My-!t;'ls1!"1,"ot lK' wna.yo i"t',,
I Ml? IMKIV M Mil II Ul'lllH lll'MI UJ I Ml
a M.I , 1 " 1 ta 1
i "ic y ' m
5 tlu' fff Jhere?f ,c'lmr-
aid taxes aud costs ore paid,
' lie delivered by due course 1
1 (liven under our hands 11111
this 16th lay of May 1797.
H K. It V V A x DEBS LICE,
Note. You are to meet the
Ste-!Jam ,) mnrsuay, ineoisi lay 01
a 4 . ... u 1 ..i .
t- 1 rm 1 .1 lit , 1
August next, at the house of Chri
tian CJettig in Sunbury, in order Ui
get such allowances as shall appear
to them just and reasonable. If you
neglect to report 4n said day, to set
tle your duplicate no allowance will
The aliove paper was handed to us
by Mrs. Lizzie J. Smith of this
place. The same will be presented
to the Snyder County Historical So
ciety. 4 ERE A COI.D Iff ONE DAT
Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets.
druKtriats refund money If ft falls to cure.
The genuine has L. B. y. on each tablet.
For Sale. I offer for sale fifteen
acres of farm land, twenty acres
of partly cleared land and twenty
four acres of timber land, all situat
ed at New Berlin in Limestone town
ship, Union Co. If so desired, it
will be sold in lots, i or particulars
inquire of A. T. Taylor, Kishaco
quillas, Pa. 3-23-3mo.
Corrected weekly by our merchants.
Tallow - m 4
Chickens per lb 7
Old Corn 85
Bran per 100 lbs 75
Middlings " 85
Chop " W
Floor per bbl.... 4.40
THE D A CK P D
any wheel on the mar
ofallkindf neatly done
I have spent a number
of years at the business
under an experienced
instiaotor. Call and
see before buying a
a'r:v-x N . ,
The Post has made siiceial I
arrangements with the Fa km Ij
Journal by which we areeno- I
Ll-J i .At' ' n .
oico 10 oner a nve-vcar suo-
on to that paper to everv
BUDaXTiber who nava One
iwuar lor me MIDDLEBURGH
I Post one year in advance, and
I the same offer is made to every
9 old Subscriber who pays his ar-
S rearages to date and one dollar
extni for the Post one year in
! advance and the Farm Journal
i 11 .1 11
live years in advance.
v REMEMBER '
f, thatinoHtrto get this premium
f f five yea-s .subscription to the (
I Faiim Jot hn al, it is necessary f
toattend to this matter prompt-
I ly as we have only a limited k
numlK'r to offer. Address
$ The Minm.EnuiiGH Post,
I Middleburgh, Pa. 2
One of the best Wheels
on the Market
ONLY - o . $40.00.
IDEAL . . .
A wheel of unparalleled
quality for only $25.00.
Fine Bicycle Repairing Successful
ly done. Some good second-hand
Wheels now on hand.
N. P. HUMMEL,
Sal for ear kudus! rim of nbllo bsUUafl, lUtan
tad ituim of WuUifta Cltr. Till beck cert u ajajf
lallin. ItvWatiuttoroafttBrtklif. Writi u to-d.
Cu rn tklak of itMtklif to Mttat IFrotoet rai idiu:
nr Utm oSm ud Mi mBm, BiafwU Mas.
COPf A CO.- Pti Utmvt. Wuitrtot O.
expiri-teacc. BOOK FEIE, AddraM SR.
inrJBKB, A. W Broadwaf Maw Xork. T.
STOVES STOVES STOVES
A Present of$2.50
SCHOCH k STAHLNECKER
Offer to the public a full
line of Corrugated Roofing,
Plain Tin and Galvanized
Iron Roofing and Spouting,
iteware, Etc. A full line of
OIL & VAPOR STOVES
for Summer cooking. Gall
and see our stock and learn
SCHOCH & STAHLNECKER,
OPP. JAIL. MEPDLEBUBQ. PA.
VAPOR STOVES VAPOR STOVES VAPOR STOVES
Snubury & Lewistown Division.
In effect May 22, 1899.
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1 m aTI 7i
2 M i 57 Sunburr i :;i I su
HJ IDi.7 8cllnKrove.lui,. ion t3 tM
IH 19 inu tvliniKrove d IK a ,
t I0KII FawiiiiK dim sot
'-31 10 M! k reamer H 5 01
234 In r, Melacr ' DIM 4 M
2 40 10 33 MLIdlrburK 4 S
IM 10:i Benfer I U 4 4C
2 1 JO 4rt Beaverluwn I H 44 4 17
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II H It l MeClure ' 8 2S 4 R
s 8 U H WnBPr N IS 4 TO
g Shlndla ' h is 4 to
U2I I aintervillb H 00 4 H
j list MalMaad ik 341
3 45 IIM U-wlslonrn 7 Vl .115
:i47 II tf Tittirintnwn (Main IMiaal ) 7 J 3 43
8 50 11 10 ltiiu ii .lun. ii, mi, 7S0 S 40
Train leaves Suiihhr 5 35 p m, ar
rives lit Sel-.ris.M', ive ft 45 p ui
Traiua leav Lewii-fiiwn jiiuotlou :
IM'Ht, 1" li ii m. 1 10 i mMt p in i vS i in. 7 (17
11 S8p in, f.ir AlUXHtu, PlttMllim .m i the Wait.
for Ranitnora an i WaaMntjtN Taiu
I S8 4 S3. 1 ..J p iii Kur I'hlladatnhla and New
York :is n a m. 1 OJ 1 33 4 H and 11 1( a in Kot
Hurriaburx C II ii tu and s do u UI
Philadelphia & Erie R R Division.
NORTHKKN I'KNTIIAI, RAILWAY
Trains kMa Siiuhiirr dallv except snniluv :
1 Si a m for Krie and ('iinandnliruu
6 10 a in for Itni Itlimta Ei if a ml kj nandalirua
94rt In lor ligk l m, 'fvrnno and tin- Wen
1 10 p 111 fornellalntv KaoeTrrnne anil Uanao-
5 45p in lor keanvuand Klinlru
ii". p m tor Wllllninsport
Sunday 5 10 a in lor Krlc and irimandalprna
ntSani rorlxwk Haven and ViiSpiu lor Wl
II H a tn. S5 a in 2 IH) and 5 4S p in lor Wllket
harri' nnl llazclton
7 iO a in. 10 -41 a in, HM p m, 5 45 p in for Shamo
kln nnd Mount Carmel
Sunduy 9 55 a m lor Wllkeliarre
Trains l-nve BallBfTOTa .lunftlno
10 IW a in, week dajri nrrlvlinr nt Hhfl nldphla
.101) pin Now York 5 53 p in Baltimore 3 n p ru
Wa.hlnuton 4 1" p in
534 p in daily arrlrlM at I'hilndelphhi
.0 20 p m Now York 3 H a ta, Maliluiore 9 46 u in
Wimlilnrtoii 10 H p in.
8 42pui, week days arrlvlnu at Philadelphia
4 30a in, New York 721 u w, Kaltimore 2 MO a in
Waalilnirtnn 4 05 a m
Tra lis nl.o leave Snnhury
i 27 a in dally arrlvlii. at 1'hlladeldhlii i 52 a m
Baltimore 35 n in Washington 7 45 a ui New
York 9 83 a in Wcokdays, 10 38 a m Snndnv,
7 50 am week days nrrivlnir at Plillaiiolphia
11 48 a in, New York vf is p m, Baltimore 115
a m, Wssiiinirtoii i no p in.
155 pin, week days arrlvlnir at Philadelphia
23 Dm, New York V 30 p tn, Baltimore di p m
Washing-ton 7 13 p m
Trains also leave Sunbury Ht 9 50 a in and 5 25
and I 32 p in. lor Uarrlsburi', Philadelphia and
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i Lowest CasH Prices.
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UB. BUT ,;m7VA
Is about as near perfection as 50 yean
of Lamp-Making can attain to. It
burns kerosene, and gives a powerful,
clear, white light, and will neither blow
nor jar out. When out driving with
It the darkness easily keeps about two
hundred feet ahead ot your smartest
horse. When you want the very best
Driving Lamp to be had. ask your
dealer for the "Oletz."
We Issue a special Catalogue of this
Lamp, and, If you ever prowl around
after night-fall. It will Interest you.
TU mailed free.
R.B. DIETS CO.,
6o Ealght8t., New York.
Batabllstaed ia 1840.
ml FOR 10C SILVER or ISC STAMPS.
I will rend a handsome FOUNTAIN
PEN. solid gold. Nothing beats It. Tremeod
nus aeller. Agxnta wanted. Address at once
Bos 185, Guyandoldt, w. a a-iMm.
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