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THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
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Makes hot bread w holesome, esc
are qualities peculiar to it alone.
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to all others. C. Gorji, late Chej, 1 iclmonico's.
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ag rnridont in the Examina
of Kentucky's Sccrctaiy.
A OASE OF MIS00N8TRU0TI0H.
Colonel Campbell Believed Mr. Dea
ns Hail ti im'ii t ii tin' Carrylunj of
I'litii'i'it IimI Weapuiia It Bnded in
po ikI'k tiiul Happy Speeehea,
Frankfort, Ky., March 27. The must
thrilling event of the examining trial
of Republican Secretary of Btate Caleb
Powers occurred shortly after :
o'rloi l yesterday afternoon, and for -i
few minutes It looked as if serious
trouble could not be prevented. Colo
nel George Denny, for the defendant.
In an argument upon the competency
jf a question! said:
"It Is perfectly lawful for people to
come here, and to come armed. I came
here several times myself."
He ivas referring to the crowd that
was present at the mass meet inn held
in Hip stale house yard just prior to
oel'vl's a;'; assination.
oionei t ampneu, tor hip prosecu
urn, replied that he did not consider
t lawful and was surprised to know
bat Mr. Denny bad come here armed.
Denny denied having made such a
statement, and said that he did not
. nine armed. Campbell Insisted that
he had made the statement. Both men
wen very much excited and spoke i
with vehemence, and with arms shak-
inn commenced to advance toward
inch other. The court room waa crowd
id and ;!ie audience evidently thought I
4 tip, hi was on ami made a mad rush '
for the doors and Windows, people fail
! ei eh other in their efforts to
gel out of the room. Several pollce-
' iputy sheriffs were crying
for order and Judge Moore was liriiiK
Ing his gavel down with terrific force
mil urging the people to take their
eats. V '"' r live or ten minutes of the
most i t i;i scenes since the BSSassi
natlon quit t was restored.
.In.' : b soon as the room lie-.Tin to
gro irdi ly ex-Governor Brown, one
if t e attorneys for the defense,
v.i, iiered to Colonel Campbell, who
pi inptly arose and apologized to Den
ny 1 nd to the court, Colonel Denny re
plying in a very happy speech..
On an Inspe tion of the record It was
found that Colonel Campbell had mis
construed Colonel Denny's statement.
Governor Brown, in a speech, asked
the court to adjourn and give the peo
ple lime to cool off. stilling that It was
only by the coolness of several ofllcers
and people around him that dozens of
people were not killed. He further said
thai :i was not that he feared any vio
lence, but he only spoke for the pro
tect i n of liis client.
County Attorney Polsgrove objected
to adjourning, statini; that it would
be an admission that the court was un
able to protect the prisoner and in
slsted upon resuming the questioning
Colonel Denny agreed with Mr. Pols
grove, and the court told the attorneys
to proceed with the examination.
At the conclusion of the examina
tion of Golden the commonwealth rest
ed its case. The witness gave no tes
timony against Powers, lie said that
when he heard, on his way to Ixiuls
vllle wfth Powers, that flovernor
Coebel had been shot, he told Powers
what had happened, and Powers said
that it was a dirty shame and outrage.
When asked about the man who was
given the key the morning Ooehel was
killed. Golden Said he did not know his
name, but could recognize him any
where. He said he saw him here Sat
urday and Governor Hrown asked him
to got 'up nnd see if he was in the
room. Golden looked carefully over
the large crowd, but said he did not
.TimIl-p Moore issued nn order today
tlio elTecl of v : h is to bar every
body from tlio court room except tin
attorneys, court officers and newspa
per men. 'iiiis action is taken on ac
count of the liiuii tension of public cx
citemenl which resulted in the wild
Btampede In the court b iuse during the
WHEELER ON THE PHILIPPINES.
He iinc'... They - .-. 1,1.1 Hi- i;hrn
Territorial Porta of Goveranteafl
New York. .March '.'7. I'nder the
caption, "What to do With the Philip
pines," General Joseph Wheeler con
tributes to this week's issue of Leslie's
Weekly a lengthy article on the situa
tion in the Islands, He says in part:
"As far as possible, I believe that
we should establish civil government
In the Philippines, I am in favor of
territorial government, and I see noth
ing Incongruous in making these vari
ous islands Into territories. The group
should be divided Into three or four
territories. Many of the tribes are
already tit for self government in local
affairs, and under territorial governors
appointed by us they would get along
very well. I am sure.
"I consider the Filipinos a very su
perior people a people of great possi
bilities. They are ambitious, many of
them have been finely educated in
Europe; they are not to he spoken of
in 1 be game breath with the Africans,
so far as their possibilities go. They
are. too. easily governed, and with the
fair treatment Which they will re
ceive from us we shall have no trouble
with them. Hut they are sensitive and
are unwillirm to be treated as inferiors.
They are a little distrustful of US."
Prlueely Gifts to Chleasjo l alverslty.
Chicago, March 27. President llnr
ppr. of the University of Chicago, an
1 nounced yesterday that within the last
week endowment money aggregating
j 127,500 had been bequeathed to the
' university. Absolute secrecy will lie
1 maintained as to tin two donors who
l gave between them $120,000. The uni
versity a president said tii.it the names
of these generous friends of the uni
versity would not even be announced
at the spring convocation, April '1, In
deference to the wishes of the bene
factors, Money has rolled into the
coffers of the university the last five
days at the rate of $25,000 a day. and
Dr. Harper believes all of the $400,000
will be raised to meet the conditions of
John D. R01 kefeller's gift of $:,,ooo,ooo.
Smallpox in n Seminary.
Fort Wayne, nd., March 27.- Small
pox has broken out at the Academy of
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, six
miles north of this city. Mrs. It. N.
Heats, of Chicago, a relative of one
of the pupils at the academy, is the
patient, and she was stricken while on
a visit there. The institution has been
placed under quarantine and all of the
pupils and ihe sisters have been vac
cinated. The academy Is one of the
largest Catholic female seminaries in
One Veil llloss n to Atom.
Hamilton. Ont.. March 27. A terrific
explosion occurred at the factory of
Hand & Co.'s fireworks manufactory
yesterday. Walter Teale, a son-in-law
Of Professor Hand, one of the partners
In the concern, was blown to atoms.
Half of the building was blown oft In
fragments. Portions of Teale's re
mains were found all over the grounds,
which cover a large area. One part
of the trunk was found fully a hundred
yards from where the explosion oc
curred. Denth of Noted Kabul.
Cincinnati, March 27. Itabbl Isaac
M. Wise, one of the most noted Jewish
rabbis in the I'nlted States, died last
tiight from a stroke of paralysis at his
home in this city. All bis family In
the city were at his bedside, and all his
.children and grandchildren abroad
save been notified by wire to come.
Lcuoa In the International Series fai
April 8, 1 BOO Prompt! and
IPrepared by H. C. Lenlngton.J
THE LESSON TKXT.
1. Jsdg not, that ye be not Judged.
2. For with what Judgment ye Judge, y
shall bf judged; and with what measure yc
mete, It shall be measured to you again.
S. And why beholdest thou the mote that
it In thy brother's we, but conBldereit not
the beam that Is In thine own eye?
4. Or how wilt thou say to thy brother,
Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye;
and, beheld, a beam Is In thine own eye?
5. Thou hypocrite, first enst out the beam
out of thine own eye; and then Shalt thou
sic clearly to cast out the mole out of thy
6. Give not that which la holy unto th
dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before
KW'.tw. lest they trample thrm under thel:
feet, and turn again and rend you.
7. Ask, and It shall be given you: seek,,
nnd ft shall find: knock, and It shall be!
optnsd ur. to you:
8. For evefy one that a.sketh roce!veth;l
and he that seekt-t'ii flndeth; ar.d to htm
that knocketh It shall be opened.
9. Or what man Is there of you, whom It
his soti ask bread, will he give him a stone'
It). Or If he usk u fish, Will he gtv him a
U. If ye then, being evil, know how to
five food K.fin un;o your children, how
much mere shall your Father which is In.
Heaves tore tjood things iu them that ask
12. Therefore nil things whatsoever yc
would that nu n should do to you, do ye I
even so to them; fur this is the law and
the prophi ts.
11 Enter ye In nt the strait gate: foi
wide Is the gate, and broad Is the way. that
ieadeth to uestruciion, and many there bi
w li I i'li go in thereat ;
it. Because strait l tho gate, nnd nar
row is th" way, which Ieadeth unto life,
and few there l,e that Mt.d It.
01 1 LI KN TEXT. Whatsoever ye would
that men should do to yoi, do ye even so
to them. Mall. 7:12.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
iMtti this lesson we conclude thel
study of the sermon on tire mount.
Therefore verses 24-27 should be taken
in connection with the text. They
close the sermon and very graphically
describe the two types of men in the
world. Those who found their lives
on the principles laid down by .Jesus
will abide, those who refuse the wortls
of eternal life Will come to the close
of life empty, having' built, according
to the figure of the Master, a house
on the sand, or by a like figure much
in common use, only a house of cards,
The lesson analysis will follow the
The I'.i: ling of Judgment vs. 1- 6
Concerning Prayer vs. 7-;i
The Golde i Itule vs. 12 ,
Entrance, la the Kingdom vs. 13-it
The Passing of Judgment. In this
passage Jesus lays down very clearly
the rule of conduct regarding censori
ous judgments. In life we have to ',
judge our fellows and acquaintances,
Only by passing a mental judgineat
can we deal fairly and honorably, pro
tect our own interests and give that
which is due to those about us. lilt I
Jesus warns us against censorious- !
And concerning censorious judg
ment Jesus makes four declarations:
(1) We will be judged by the so ne
standard that we judge others. This
is just, for if we maliciously, or igno
rant ly and unnecessarily, misrepre
sent another's character, no judgment
can be too hard for us. Another thing:
We cannot see till around the affairs
of this life, anil in the majority of j
cases ill-judgment is uncalled for, 1
therefore we should temper with
mercy whatever estimate! of an-I
other's character we must make. A
third reason presents itself against
censorious judgment, and establishes
the declaration of Christ, and it is I
found in the constitution of the hu
man mind. It is that it is the ten- j
dency to judge another by oneself
Therefore by judging another u man
does little more than reveal his own
weakness of character, besides, of
course, the harm that is done that
other's reputation. David says (Psalm
18-26) of Ood: "With the pure Thou
wilt show Thyself pure; and with the
forward Thou w;., show Thyself for- :
ward." Even the Holy Ood is thought
obstinate, perverse nnd unjust by men
whose lives are not in accord wifli the
(2) We are not to pick flaws with
others, while there is that within our
own hearts that needs correction
t il If we try to remove the beam
from our own eye. we will have little
time for the mote in a brother's eye.
(I) In verse 0 Jesus adds an addi
tional reason for not passing judg
ment. The one of whom we arc apt
to think hardly may be fully as bad
as we have thought him, but whyoast
pearlsbefore BWine? An old adage has
it: "Reprove not a scorner, lest he
hate thee." Prov. 9:7, S.
Concerning Prayer. - Jesus' law con
cerning prayer is exceedingly simple.
It is that we take the attitude of per
fect trist. "Ask. and it shujl be given
you; seek, and ye shall find; knock,
and It ' " be opened unto you."
"If ye I n, being evil, know how to
givr go gifts unto your children,
how mi eh more shall your Father
which is in Heaven give good things
to them that ask Him."
Entrance to the Kingdom. The way
Into the Kingdom of Heaven as laid
down by Jesus is not a broad one, but
a narrow one, and hard to travel. It
la natural to do not right, but wrong.
Ihe path of the Christian life la up
hill. Difficulties should not discour
age, but incite to renewed effort.
"Straight is the gate, and nnrrow is
the way, which Ieadeth unto life, and
few there be that find it."
Gems of Truth.
Where love is there is no toil. II
True life is righteousness, love, joy,
peace. It is out of doors and In intel
lectual and spirtual sunshine. It is
never among the dissonances of na
ture nor the jar of affairs. EH Fay.
Right living in the fullest sense
of the word, the spirit of love to Ood
and love to man, carried into every
relation of life, brings the soul into
such a state that it is sensitive to
moral truth, and apprehends it as by
instinct. Q. S. Merriam.
All the world knows of the wonder
ful cures which have been made by
Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Com
pound, yet some women do not realize
that all that is claimed for it is abso
If all suffering women could be made
to believe that Mrs. Pinkham can do
all she soys she can. their suffering
would be at an end, for they would
at once profit by her advice and be
There is no more puzzling thing than
that women will suffer great pain
month after month when every woman
knows of some woman whom Mrs.
Pinkham has helped, as the letters
from grateful women are constantly
being published at their own request.
The same derangements which make
painful or irregular periods with
dull backaches and headaches, and
dragging-down sensations, presently
develop into those serious inflamma
tions of the feminine organs which
completely wreck hen th.
Mrs. Pinkham invites women to
write freely and Con ffdentially to her
about their health and get the benefit
of her great experience with the suf
ferings of women No living' person
can advise you so well. No remedy in
the world lias the magnificent t ird
of Lvciiti K. l'inkham's Vegetable ( ' im
pound for absolute cures of female
ills. Mrs. l'inkham's address is Lynn,
Three Letters from One
Woman, Showing how She
Sought Mrs. Pinkham's
Aid, and was Cured of
Suppression of the Men
ses and Inflammation of
" DEAR Mas. Pinkham I have been
in bed a year. Doctors say I have
female weakness. I have a bad dis
charge and much soreness across my
ovaries, beuring-dowti pains when
passing urine, have not menstruated
for a year. Doctors say the menses
will never appear again. Hope to
hear from you." Mas. J. F. liBOWH,
llolton, Kans., April 1, 18U8.
"DlAJI MBS, Pinkham I "received
your letter. I have taken one bottle
nnd a hulf of your Vegetable Com
pound, and used two packages of your
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I can walk a few steps, lint could not
before taking your Compound. I still
have the discharge and am sore across
the ovaries, but not f?o bad. 10 very
one thinks I look better since taking
your Vegetable Compound." Mi;s.,l.
Rhown, Bolton, Kans., Aug. 13, 18US.
" Dkau Mas. Pinkham I think it is
my duty to let you know the good that
Lydia K. Pinkham's Compound has
done me. After 1 took three bottles,
menses appeared, and I begun to feel
stronger anil all my pain was gone.
Yours is the only medicine that ever
helped me. I am able now to work
around the house, something I did not
expect to do again. 1 am still taking
your medicine and have recommended
it to others." Mas. J. K. Bbowx,
llolton, Kans., Jan. -'", 18!y.
Three More Letters from
One Woman, Relating how
She was Cured of Irreg
ular Menstruation, Leu
corrhcea and Backache.
" Dkak Mrs. Pinkham I am Buffer
ing and need your aid. 1 have pains
in both sides of the womb ami a drag
ging Sensation in the groin. .Men
struation irregular and painful ; have
leucorrlnca, bearing-down pains, sore
ness and swelling of the abdomen,
headache, backache; nervousness, and
can neither eat nor sleep." Mus. C ut-
tax Phillips, Anna, ill., July 19, isut.
" Dkak Mas. Pinkham I want to
thank you for what you have done for
me. When 1 wrote to you 1 was a
total wreck. Since taking your Vege
table Compound, Liver i'ills and Sana
tive Wash, my nerves are Stronger
and more steady than ever before, and
my backache and those terrible pains
are pone. Itefore 1 took your medi
cine I weighed ltss than one hundred
and thirty pounds. I now Weigh One
hundred and fifty-five pounds. I feel
better than I have for a good many
years. Your medicine is a Ood send
to poor weak women. I would like to
ask you w hy I cannot have a child
1 have been married nearly three
years." M its. Cakuik Phillips, Anna.
111., Dec. 1. 1897.
"Dkau Mas. Pinkham I did jusi as
you advised me, and now 1 am the
happy mother of n fine baby girl. I
believe I never would have had her
without your Vegetable Compound."
Mus. ( AititiK Phillips, Anna, 111., Jan.
Still More Proof that
Irregularity is Overcome
by Lydia E. Pinkham's
" Dkak Mas. Pixkjiam I am troubled
with irregular menstruation, and have
begun the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's
VegetableCompound. Would like yonr
advice." Cora L. Favton, Ogontz, Fa.,
May 19, 1898.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham I have taken
three bottles of Lydia E. l'inkham's
Vegetable Compound, but I have a bad
discharge and write to ask if I had
better not use your Sanative Wash
also? Your medicine is helping me."
Cora L. Payton, Ogontz, Pa., July 1,
" Dear Mrs. Pinkham I write to
tell you of the benefit I have received
from the use of your remedies. Before
using them I waa feeling very bad. I
need to go to the hospital, but it did
mo no good. Yonr remedies have
done wonders for me." Cora L. Pat
ion, Ogontz, Pa., Feb. 25, 1899.
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Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is IMoasaiit. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. It destroys Worms and allays FeverLshncss.
It euros Dlnrrlnea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth
ing Troubles and eures Constipation. It regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For
THl CfWTSuW COM'sNV, TT
A MILLIONAIRES' COMBINE.
Tlic i'iv Carnegie st,pl Company
Capltallaed at 100,000,000,
Pittsburg, March 24. All tup par
ties Interested !n tlie great Carnegle
1'ilck controversy were In attendance
In the board room of the Carnegie
Steel company from 11 o'clock yester
day forenoon until nearly 6 o'clock i
the evening, and us a result it is siati
authoritatively that not only have n
i mutters of difference been settled ami
adjusted, but that the separate and dis
tinct amounts which eac h party is to
receive from the preat combined capi
tal has be !) agreed upon. The charter
of the Carnegie company has been
signed by all the parties in Interest,
some 3ti In all, and the three first
names in the certilicates are Andrew
Carnegie, followed by Henry Phlppa,
Jr.. and Henry Clay Frlck, thus indi
cating to the world that the old friends
and recent ligltants are again united
and standing together heading the list
of those interested in the combined
industries to lie represented by the
Carnegie company, with its capital of
1160,000,000 and Its securities amount
ing to perhaps as much more.
Pittsburg, therefore, htis the credit Of
organising the greatest corporation
that the United States has ever known,
if not the world. In that It starts out
with I160,OQO,000 of stock subscribed
for, over the signatures of sn men
who are fully aide to respond to their
subscription for this vast sum. Of
this amount Andrew Carnegie sub
scribed over 180,000,000, Henry Phipps,
Jr.. about SIK.iioo.liOO. Henry C. Frick
about $1ti.OOO.Mio, Charles M. Schwab
about sis.ooo.ooo and Francis T. F.
Lovejoy about $S. 00(1,000. The rest are
in scattering amounts, although the
lifst Is said to contain, and certainly
represents, in the neighborhood of 1:0
SLNATOK II A N.N A "NAILS A Llfi." I
I'm r i Deal in the Paerto lticnn
Washington. March 27. Senator
Foraker, in charge of the Puerto Rtcan
bill, announced at yesterday's session
of the senate that beginning with to
morrow's session he WOUld press the
measure to a vote as soon as possible.
Mr. Hanna, -chairman of the Repabll
can national committee, speaking to a
question of personal privilege, vigor
ously denied an interview with a Re
publican member of the house of rep
resentatives, whose name was not
given, published in a Washington pa
per, alleging that the passage of the
Puerto Rlcan tariff bill would he in
pursuance of a "deal," by which the
Republican national committee was to
Ket a larKe contribution. Mr. Hanna
denounced the statement as a "ma
licious lie." and hoped it would lie In
vestigated, The Alaskan civil code
bill was under consideration during a
greater part of the session. An amend
ment was agreed to flxitiR a license
upon almost "very kind of trade and
commerce in the district of Alaska, the
licenses ranging from $10 to $r00 per
Tin; BEAT OP Al.le
For iivit liitv yeftra Uge VViNaLow'i Booth
iNi. vi;i i" bae been used by motbere foi their
I'hildrcMi while ttH-ttiiic:- Arr 'u ilifturbed t
ntglitAOd bioken of your reel by n alck child
uTTering ami erylog with pain of cutting U ethl
If mo --m I nt once and gel a boHleof "Bite, Win
lowa 3oolhlng Byrnp1 fr Children Teething,
ii- vitiuf i I neatcglatnej, it eIII relieve lb poor
: i t i -nfTi-rer iintin,,liait,iy Depend upon it,
motbere, there s no ntlatake about it It eures
dlarrbopSk, regulates tin- Btotnach and Dowela,
ouree Wind Oollc, softoni tbe tJums, reduces
IndgrfunuUlon, end given tone ami energy to the
whole system, "lira. U'lnslow's Soothing By
rnp" for ehlldren teetliitiK i ima-ant tt tht
taete ami Is the prescription of one f t lie old
rat anil best female phyj-iriaiwai'il nurM-i in the
t'liitril Mate-and i- for nalr hy ail driiKKi-tn
tbrougbout tberworldi Price, twenty-five - nts
Bj bottles He ur- and get "Mil. WlgSLOW'S
STHINi svim i. vs-iv.
All professional buslnessviitrtistcd to my ttart
will receive prompt und careful uttentlon.
The Tallest Mercantile Building is the World.
Owned and Occupied Exclusivalj Bj Us.
Over 30 Years.
HIUMBnT STHtCT, Hf'
L' .ma i n .mm nr.. notice
a l . i I . l I . i i . K . i
I-i hi Itl) (trttl l'l Hti lMi I U i)
mi tbe iMitte of Valentine Wt it vr late
(i n re township., Snyder Count, fenna
ri, n iiM'ri, l mi I t-t ti IgfcUed IB due loim n u
itu imdersigiisa, to whrn nil indcined i
iiioesuiie -iiimiti ti . ki iDinu-dlute iui.mihiI
hi: llii F l ll,n i 111111.." lipilltM li Hliilikl pn
I 111 I III 11 11111 It'll lie I I It'll It'll II IM'l I It II till.
v. g.n snow i us Bxeentor,
PXBCUTKIX'8 NOTIOR-Mottca i her
uiveii tln.t it IU'Ih It Mami'iitnry upon
lite rauiu oi a. v. wuuani. late or
lownahlp. Snycltir County, t'ciina
have been lamed in tine form el law to the u
deralirhefl, lowborn all hidabtod In -nid ssta
Bhoufd nutkf ininit dime ayini nt and t li.
having elnine. agslnal it liuiilt prcaent Ibet
tl.il itulhi'iilii'.'ili'tl ur -ettlt'iiit'tit
ANNIE K. WILLIAMS, Bxreutrti
EXBt'l Toil's NOTM K. Notice it lien I t
uiveii t'l'il OH' r ti.ttuinenlai v upon the
late of Mir. .It Martin, lateral Franklin fcwpl
t-ii 'iiT county I a . tlect a-etl have I een hsi!,.
ei line form nt law to t he I.,. ,m I,, whuJ
ail iniietiteti toaaid eataceibould make inn
dlatra payment ami Ihoaa having claim agaii
It should prevent them duly authenticated !
settlement SAMUEL BILGEK, Execute
Jacob Glltx it Auy. Olobe villa, I
CXECUTOR's NOT1CB. Notice la herel
1 ' given thai letter- testamentary upon ihe i
late of Georga Subainbaeh, late .. Prankll
T iwnahip, fnvder onnty. Pa , deeraaaad, ti n
iieen oe.nen in miic rorin or law to the unU
aigneu, to Wltom all nelciitcil to aoid ntr
hoitld make Immediate payment ami tin
bavins; claims againal it should present tin
duly authenticate l lor settlement.
B, II. II. ALTER. I'm "tor,
pZBOCTKIX'8 NOTICE Notice is here
given that letters testamentary upon tin .
fate of I j: Itomltr, late of Penn Town-1
Snyder I ounl -. Pa., deceased, have been Issu
in .hie form of law to the undersigned, to win
an unit men to -aei e-rate "iiotilil make innnS
it iite pavmetit ami loose having claims J
it l Id present them duly authenticated J
settlement, LiiUA A KOMIU, Kxeciitrix.1
ADMINISTRATOR'S .NOTK'K. I.
te r - nl Administration i n t
-tate ot i cwii Miller lute 'if Pranklln t
etnyaeroounty, in., nee ii. uaviny hem vraav
to ins undHrsixnad, all person knowing thi
elves indented to said estate are requested
naKu immediate payment, while tho.iu bavli
1 1 linn will present them 'inly sulhentleateil
JOHN II. MILLER, Strode' Mills. I'
s.MiAll Mil Ll:l(, Miildleburgb, Pa.
trr-4 .if AdmlnUtMtlon in the MbWa
:n;i-n ifamtT, latt'ol 'Impni.-iii Tinrnnliip, n
hi wunV i is., ii 1 1 ii i 1 1 , iwviDg oeeii gran
in tin uiiderMjrned. ml personi knowing tin
wlvea Indebted to aald aetata arc requeateti
nuke lm mediate payment, tvbfle turtle hn
riaim-i against the ald aatate will preaenl I
Inly autih Dtloated to tin- undersigned
JAS. O. CKOL'SE,
A'lTOUNKY AT LAW,
rill business cntrusfeJ to hil OM
will receive nroiupt uttentioii.
YY" A X T K n SEVERAL PER90W8 POH
trial OBm Managers Intblsstatetorr
SDI me in their own ami xnrr Undirig colli
Nilliiii to pay yearly tSOn, payableweekh
lirahle einplovment with unusual opnii
lief, Iteferenees exehanueil. Km lose ii
oi-esteti Mamtic'i envelope, n. a. j' v
noi i axton nuiiaing, nieago.
Dr. Scott's Electric Unh:
Corsets, Electric Hair I'rushes,
liclts, j, 5, $io ; Electri.: 1
Electric insoles. Nature's own
for I'.-icItache, BsrvoUSDSSS. in I
headache, liver and kidney tro
valuable bot k free.
gs. 1 r..r.. t ft.
raa paid. It hi.
OHO. A. SCOTT,
4 Brosdsrty, Niw '
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that you eat and use and wear.
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