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1 14 Fifth Avenue New York.
S ' vvv
i Japan Oil.
For all kiuds of mint
ing is superior to linseed
oil both as to durability
and Finish. Costs less
than linseed oil.
Prices quoted ujon
, ha pnea
James B. Slpe
.v: : N
Sunbury & Lewistowu Division.
In effect Kay 2H, 1900.
aSTWABD. I station. I SAaTWAeTJ'
' X AH A Ml vH
-lU 9 7 Hiinhury KSi S 00
213 .1007 Selling-rove. I iiiietiim , 0. 4 SI)
319 1012 SrliniiKrovn 1901, 111
J io si Pawling m 4:
331 ilOM Krcamer i H 4tt, 4 111
3M 110 27 Melsi'r i 4 4ft, 4 38
240 1083 Ml, 1.11. hut- 84o 4
'. 108K Hrnft-r ,884 4 Ift
M 1046 Heavertown 8 4 07
I0O 1011 Auanisburic B iW 4 IH
107 !l097 Itaiib Mills 811 3."tt
113 U08 Mcl'lure 8 07 .14!)
122 1III8 Wanner 7 .17 M
141 iiift Slnndlp 7M a '1ft
I JO 1121 Palnters-llle 7 42 ISO
I3C 1127 Muitlanil ' 7 43 .1 24
141 11 39 Iwlntnwn 7 S.1 111,1
HI 11 87 Lewlntown (Main Street) 7 . 8 18
K 11401 Uwiitown Junction. 71 8 10
Train leaves Sunbury B 2.ri p m, ar
rives at Selinsgrove 8 45 p m
latins leave Lewistowu JoOOtiOO :
'- in, m is am, no i m.uin p in 122 p in, ; 07
1158pm, for Altouna, Flttntiuru end the West.
t'r Haltlmorc ami Washington j 8.1 a in llfi.
L 4 88.8 10 pm POT I'lillailelphlii Hn.l New
trkeiMV 8fta in, 1 02 1 38 4 88 and 11 U pui hot
Him.burK 10 p m
Philadelphia & Erie R R Division.
NORTHERN TKNTRAI. RAILWAY
Train leave Sellhsgrov Junction Sell for
SMibury and Wust.
I a am, 12 58 p m, 5 30 p in. Sunday 9 21 1 in.
TnluHlravp Sunbury dully except Sundny:
Hi a tn tor llutTalo, Krle and I'anandalsua
10 a ta for Helletunte I t la and Canandalgua
Us in tor Look Haven Tyrone and t lie west.
1 10 i in for Helletunte hawe Tyrone and anas
'46 p m lor kenovo and Klmlra
M it m iur winumHport
v-r, I iy 1 10 a in lor Krle and faniinilalsiia
Mini for l.ook Haven and 8 68 p ui Iur Wi
''i'ii, ess am 2 00 and 148 pin tor Wllkes
Jfs and Haselton
H a in, io 10 a m, 2 ob p m, 8 49 ji m lor Sliaiuu
tiasml Mount Cariuol
sniilay e 5S a lor Willed bam)
, 1'raln leere Sellnsgrov. .1 unction
WOO a in, dally arrlvlnir nl PhlliidelphUi
lllnm V.. V..fa ft ft. a, .,. Illli, ... M , ,,
ft. r - tw" w. i
antnston 4 10 n m
114 p m dally arrlvlmc at I'hlladelphla
p in New York IN a tu, Halllmore 4Sp m
WilBirlou 10 8 p m.
EM I m, a a 1 1 y arrlvln al riilladelplila
Lm, New York 718 a m. Italttinore 2 JO a in
!,, A U . ...
TrlttM I m i laiftva Huiitnirv
Jt U dally aiTlVlIlK at riilladel.l Inn llll Ill
vtiniiire e SI a Waahlniitou 14 ui New
Hknam Weekday, 10 ft a m Sunday,
.. am wnak day. arrivtiiK at 1'hlladelphia
'eim. New York 2 It p in, Ualtlmare nv
1 ft .Waahlnn i no p in.
.w pm week dayi arrlvlna at Philadelphia
lTt. Haw York e (0p u, Haiti more ft oo p
Qalaa ala leave Manuurr at w M a m and 38
JJJJl p m, tor Harrletmm, I'hlladelphla and
. - J . R. WOOU. Oea'l Pea. Ax.nl
arjTcUlNSON uaa'l Maaaaer.
BherilPa Sale of
By irtue of m certeln writ of Hi Ku ImimcI
out ot llu Court til Common i'lean of Snyder
County. Pa., ami to me directed 1 will vx-
boee to public nUe (t the i ouii home in Middle
burvvFe . ut 1 oolock P. M on Friday, AUffuel
81, 1900, tlif folio Winn dee rlbed run I eetfttc to
A certeln fRrm or meeuiMof lend iltueted
In Union townehlpi Bnydei County, Pn., edjoln
itiu lende ol Jtunee ReAfon on the noith; bmI
by lends of George Wenteelj tiouthby lendi "f
Oeorye Wenteolond Phllllpllool end wenl by
Inndi of Henry H - seehrlel end Jecob 8leuffer,
coiituiiiiti); m' vcntv-filit 7S 1 urii- inori1 or
lefts, wlicri'oti in rrottoil a 1U KU.IVi IKH'SK,
henty end other nuill bulldlnm end elea a loi
of good fruit treeeon Ihe pranieee.
St'i. ii leken Into execution end Io be eold
the property of Peter EL Sechriet,
ti. W. ROW, Khcrlff.
Slieriff'H OflU-o, Mitldk-hiirK, Auk., 1W.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
Tl. undereleied edmlnletretor of tin1 eetetc
of John Bhewver, lete if Ademi lownelilp,
Snyder oonnty, la , deceeeed, under end by
virtue of en order iMued nil -'f ibe Orphens'
ourt ol Snyder county for the peytnent ol tin"
debt) of theeeid decedent, erlll ex pom to a pub
lic on the pretnleei In Mid towneblp, et
I'ort Ann. on
SKPT, 14, 1900,
tin- r..ll..in .1
nli.-d real estate
TltAOrXO. I. itniit.' in Adams township,
connty and atote aforeanld, bound narth Ii)
lands of Isaac Shawver. east by land, "f trm-t
No 'J. and eolith and west by lands id John M.
Moyer italning ONK AOHK on which arc
erected n two-atorv DWEI.DINd llulM'.
HTAHI.IC and other nut-buildings, all clear ami
in a good tate of cultivation
TKACTNU. 3. Sltuateasaf aatd, I led
north by Innds of Isaac Shaw ver, east and Miuth
in landa of John M, Moyer and west h- ira. i
No. 1, Containinu ONE and iNK HALF li'.j
M'UKS. .ii which arc erected a WHISKEY
DIHTII.I.KHY now in operation which has
leen contltiuoualy llceneeil for the last four
Icen years, a VVAKKIIOUHB and KN01NK
li I "sic, with execlteni water, oil clear and In
a good t ate "f cultivation, also at Ihe aam 1
time ami plan' an engino ill or in home-power.
Sale to commence al i0oolook A. M. when due
attendnnco will he given and terms of sale
mane known by UE.N'I V'KL WAl.TKIf,
JACOB (JlLHKItT, Admiuistratoi
Valuable Real Estate
The underwlirned dmlntstretor C, T. A ol
tin- eetato ofHemuel C. Miller, lete "f lerrv
Towneblp, Hnyder Count v, Pe., deceased, will
ell at public Halo eboul three ml let weel of Mel
ervllle end ebout Iwo ml lei south went if
Oriental, on the rood leading from Oriental to
the following deeeribed real estate to wit i
All that certain trad of land eituated in Perry
townnblp, Rnyder county, ia , liounded on the
north by Inndsof loel Meleer, eael by landiof
Jacob HhafTer, nouth bylandsof Morrii Bwlne
font, William Btraweer end Uenry Hupp, end
west by landa of Prank Ports) I ne, oontalniuK
aKW .M'KK.s, more or lew, whereon ere trectcd
atwoRtory t KLUNO HOl'SK.BANK BARN,
LA HUE VVAUON HHED, I'M i BT HI.K, HP RING
UOUHE, ItKANAKY ami otln r iirctf4ry out-
luiiitiinuN. a Kood orchard on the tract. Writ
of flood watt r near tin' door end running water
in the iurn yarn. Anout 1" acrrn of tin- land II
clear and inn good state of cultivation 'Mu
balance in well timbered, I'oftapfaioi, wilt t
uivt-n on April 1. ls,ul Sale to commence at 10
o'clock A. M. when termH will Ih made known
by HARRISON MILLR&
Administrator C. T. A.
AMKXDMKNT Tl THE CONSTITUTION
PKOCOSKI) TO Til K CITIZENS OK
THIS COHMONWKALTI1 FOR TH Kilt AP
PROVAL, OR RK-IKCTION HY THE GEN
ERAL ASflRMRLY OP THE COMMON
WEALTH O PENNSYLVANIA PUB
USUEU HY w. -i.ll THE SBCRETaoY
OF THE COMMONWEALTH fN PURSU
ANCK OF ARTICLE XVIII OF THE CON
STIi'CTION. A JOINT HKHOLCTION.
Proposlnic an amendment to the Constitution
of the Commonwealth.
Section 1. He It resolved by the Senate ami
House of Representatives of the Common'
wealth in General Astmb)y met. that the fol
lowing la proposed as amendments to the Con
stitution f the Commonwealth of Penneyl
vania, In accordance with the provision! of the
eiKbteenth article thereof:
Amendment One to Article Ught, Section One,
Add at the end of the tlr-t paragraph of eald
eectloO) after the Wordl "shall he rntltleU to
vote at all election-, " the words, "suhjoet how
ever to iuch lawi requiring and reKnlatintc the
rceignatlon t electors ai the Ueneral Ateembly
may enact," to that the ai J lection shall read
Section I. Qualification of Electors. Every
male fil i.en tweiity-iuie years of ajfe, ponsesrt
Ing the following qualifications, shall ho en
titled to Vote at all elections, subject however
to iuch laws requiring ami regulating the reg
istration of electors as the (Jeuurul Assembly
He shall have been a citizen ofthoCnitcd
States at least one month
He shall have resided in the State one year
(or if. buvinK previouely been a qtatllfled elec
tor or native born citizen of the state, he shall
have removed therefrom and returned, within
nix montha Immediately precediiiK the elec
He shall have resided In the election district
where be ball offer bll vote at least two
months immediately preceding the election.
If twenty-two yean ol age and upwanls.be
shall have paid within two yearn a State or
county tat, which shall have beenaeBceced at
leaet two montbtand paid at leant one month
before the election.
Amendment Eleven to Article Eight, Section
Strike out from said eectlon Ihe words "but
no elect r shall he deprived of the privilege
of votiiiK by reason of his name not hemic re
gistered," and add to said section the following
word-, "hut taws regulating and requiring the
regletritiou of electors may he enacted t uipply
to citlee only, provided that iuch laws may DC
uniform for ciilee of the eame claee" so that
the said section ihall read ae followe
Section ;. Uniformity of Election LaweAII
laws regulating the holding of elections by the
t itles or for the registration of electors -hall tie
uniform throughout the suite, but laws regula
ting and requiring the registration of electors
may be enacted to apply to citiesonly, provided
that Uefa law s he uniform for cities of the game
A true copy Of the Joint Itesolutlon.
w. w. QRI EST.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
I MBNDMBNT TO THE CONSTITUTION
A pKOPOBBD TO THE CITIZENS OF THIS
COMMONW KALTH Kolt THEIR APPROVAL
tt REJECTION BY THE liENBRAL As
KEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF
PENNSYLVANIA, PUBLISH ED BY ORDER OF
THE SECRETARY OF THE COMMON WEI TIL
IN pi K8UA NCH OF ARTICLE XVIII OK THK
A JOINT BBSOLUTION
l'roHmiiiK an amendment to the Constitution
of the Commonwealth.
House of Hepresen tat Ives of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania In tieueral Assembly met.
That " ! followtiiK is proposed asan amendment
to tbe Constitution of the t'ouimonwealtli of
Pennsylvania in aecordance with tbe provisions
of the Klgliteeiith Article thereof.
Strike out section fMir of article, eight, and
insert in place (hereof, as follow:
Section 4. All elections by the eitlrells shall
Ih by ballot or hy such other method as may
be ptejeevlbed by Ittwi Provided, That eesoey
in voting be preserved.
A true copv of the Joint Resolution.
W. W. ORIENT,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
rfft I Lit I V TEEMS EAS7.
iMimuli or communlcalo wlUi the Editor
ofttiia paper, who will glre all needed information.
Executor's Sale t
wl , . . ... ....
rin- mi I.THuiitNl c., ut4ir of David M. Swarla
will offer ot public nelc on
Satarday, Sept 22 1900,
I nil tile i I i' in nr. of Hiivid M. Swa '
l..'..:ftM .1 i.ll lht t ...... ..I I.. ...I .1
uiitc in Chapman town.hlp Snyder county, I
I bouudedaa lollowa. to wit: North by landaol
l.i. i . Kreitxer, ll.s..iri. and Daniel V iaen
hard, on tl eat by IMIIj Krratetter, Honth by
j. u, u'litandon the .--t by land, of Tobiu,
Hamer, dec. nvtai""s :" "f '.
I whereon la erected a largo farm ilwelllnir houae. I
lrm-1 ank nam ami ..ii.. i outbulldinga, a weir)
of excellent water at th d....r
Hale i" com n.-r ut s ...i.u-k d. in when I
terms will be made known b
L LUNOARRK w. II. 8WAHTZ.
Auctioneer. Ex cuto-.
Auuiiuno wtii luc tub i . - year.
. demiKUed rtuditor Hppoloted ly Thnraday. Anc. 0.
tin' orphans' court 01 snytler I'ounty, tn dlsirl.
bute the lunita In ih"bniuH "t Kiltabeth Iteltz, A Boer plot to capture and shout
adminihtratrliiot the PHiuti pf John Keitz, late Brltlsb officers In Pretoria was dla-
ut l-. in. kiln twp,, deced.. will alt for the purpose , .... .
ol ills appointment at the imi tJ.ti enmse covered. 1 he ring leaders are In prison.
la themronch or Mlddleburirh on Tuesdaj , Sept. I Minnesota Republicans nominati .1
I. 1800, at 9 O'clock A. M al which time Ud Dntwrt M I i Pnltettn for anvernnr
place all persons havinir tiny claims acalnst said Kpen 1 BOYernor
estate must present thesameorbe forererthere anil renominated tbe present state of
uiti r ili ii.ui. .1 ii, .in , : iiimiii,' .nr. pan u( .iui ! Ccitk
rnnrt. J. v. iiAhKK, Auditor. , .,
tmrust.atn.itnn, In iht Havana custorn house the
' number of Cubans employed excee
rUATdll s NtiTil'K Let
i r - ol
I Ail.riiniMv.illoM i ii I he
-nit Amelia Btdiey, n oi Franklin ip.,
Snyder county. Pa., dee'd, bavins Im aranted
ir.l ti Miitl entilte .ire ri'iiui'tril
nake immediate payment, while those bavins
1 urn-will ,ri'"niit tlii'in , lulj Riitlu'iitlcatad U
' no iii!iUriiiicil .
MORHIH Kttltl HY
U, A, UArt'CU,
June IH, 1110,
DMINISTHATOKM' MU ICE Let
ti-rs nl Ad mil) 1st rut Ion in tin-
'atate ol - loletta Bowersns late of Middlnliiirg,
Bnyder ni'. Pa., dev'il, liavlng Imhmi Kiiiiiti .1
in tin- undsraiirnedi il peruana IcuowinR litem
elves indebted to aald eatate are reiiueeted tn
in h k Immediate p ment, w hile ilin.' tia Inn
claims will present them duly authenticated t,i
I 1MEH P. -MITII.
June it, 1900, Adinlnietrstor,
RIPENING THE CREAM
Anliiublr liiiii llejcnrillnH
Tesnperatare mid I'ruper Trea
men i l ii i ( liuralne;,
Set t Inir.- There are many
set ting1 milk for cream, and the aep
ara tor Is now taking the place of them
nil. But 1 .-till prefer pans holding
from six to eight quarts II I led two-1
thirds full. Place them on a ruck In
a good-milk room mid give them the.
cloae attention necessary to .'noil but
ter-making. The quality of tin- imt
tcr will excel the separator product,
while the quantity will closely ap
Cream Room.. For ten or twelve
cows, a room l irlit by ten built in the
coolest corner of milkhouse; celled
with pine and having a plank rack ot
ton of out- side for ice, with tank
belOW for water: must lie well light
ed, yet with blind to darken it at
will; milk rack extending length of
each side, with wide shelf or table bo
fore window for crenni pails while
akiniusing PV The room fan be.
wnrnieif in winter by a stove In' the
Temperature. Must ve vnrieit ac
cording to condition of milk. When
cows are fri-sli cream can be raised
at lower temperature than after milk
inj.' them some time. Milk from differ
ent herds requires a different treat,
ment, making it hard to give exact
rub's; tit- to 62 degrees in warm
weather, and in eltl weather 59 to 85
degrees, seems to secure the best re
sults. Careful watching, noting result-
from certain temperature, will
soon give the exact degree required.
Treutment Up to Churning. Tbelgons were drowned
cream should be removed from tin
milk as soon as nil has risen. If more
than one cream pall or crock is re
quired to hold a churning, equal quan
tities should lie skimmed into each
and thoroughly" stirred each time.
Cream should not stand more than
4s bourse Ibefore churning. If not
ripened enough, use a starter. If room
is kept ut proper temperature, the
cream will be uliotit right. Hut sec
that it is wanned or cooled ns needed
to about GO degrees before, churning.
A. good thermometer is u necessary
in the dairy as a churn. And let me
s:iy "Eternal vigilance is the price of
success in the dairy, as in Outer DUS1
loss. Mrs. (i. K. Hrainard, in Ohio
Hr Baraad iu Paaay,
Tommy Mr. Y., my sister Laura
said at table this morning t hut sh
thought you had the prettiest mus
tache she ever saw.
V. You oughtn't to tell thing! you
hear nt table. Tommy.
Tommy Hut she's going to give me
a penny for telling you. Tit-Hits.
Ilia I'rojirr Kullinnte.
"Wlien I marry," said the young
woman of advancftd ideas, "I shall in
sist upon my husband tukiug my
"I would, too," rejdied tho demure
young Woman, promptly, "if I expect
ed to get that sort of u man." Chi
Abont one) month uco my child,
which is fifteen months old, had an
attack of diarrhoea accompanied by
vomiting and I gave it such reme
dies as aro ukubIIv given in such cas
es, but us nothing gave relief we
sent for a physician and it was un
der his care for a week. At this time
the child bad been sick for about
teu days and was having about
twenty-five operations of the bowels
every twelve hours, and we were
convinced that unless it soon ob
tained relief it would not live. Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and diarr
hoea remedy was recommended,and
I decided to try it. I soon noticed
a change for the better; by its con
tinuous use a complete cure was
brought about and it is now perfect
ly healthy. C. L. IBooos, Stump
town. Gilmer Co., W. Vs. For sale
by all druggists.
A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED.
Wftl ii ii . tun;. H,
The ImnxenM float Ingdry dock bought
t Havana from t ti Spanish govern"
liiilll in iw wiuui u t i" l.iui'lil, I il.
CharleB A. Town? Il out In u letter
formally declining the Populist nomi
nation for vice president, it is believ
ed the national committee will name
Frederick Merrick Is under arri'st at
... , , , , ,
HUgtJ, COIO., "Il BU8pl('lnn Of being "tia
uf the men who robbed Ihe Union Pa-
rifir express and killed W. J. Fay. of
Z. , ,
i tno ItHeriintionnl yacht races fur
. , , .....
"" aeawanniiha cup, mi i.iihi' di,
Louis, the Cam dian defender Red Coat
defeated th Minnesota, uf St. Paul,
times, ii't.: inin' tin' i mi anntliiT
j Americans as follows: Cubans, G02;
The Invalids In Gen. MacArlhur s
I DKiiinninoa armv nr..- etb in
pitals, 3,766; sick in quarters, l
percentage, v 04,
The moss postal receipts at BO i 1
largest postoQIcea fur tin' iiiontl
July aggregated $3,338,683, n nei
crease of $263,392 over July, IS03.
Rev. Cyrus Hamlin. 1). D., fm
Dlsslonai y to Tut key, nti'l
most famous nun In tin C
tionai ministry, died at Port'.,
rrldny, tns. IO,
The Income of .i-n;i 1 1. K
the Btandard Oil magnate, I.
Ooo a year.
Unity Hoffman died at Bant Butler,
Pa., Wednesday evening, Bged 106. Mi
never used tobacco or liquor in any
I George Wlsh and William Roberts,
colored waiters at the Hotel Imperial,
Atlantic City, were found dead in bed
and tlif gas tusned on,
Governor Roosevelt will start on a
Pacific coast stumping tour m-xt
month, going through West Virginia,
Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky,
Saturday, Auar. 1.
Djcvnd Pasha, the former grand
Inter of Turkey, died in Constanti
nople yesti rday.
Tbe next Pennsylvania state fair will
lie held in Wllkesbarre, the necessary
funds having been raised.
Miss Flossie Swetland, a prominent
Boelety belli' of Kredonla, N. Y . was
drowned yesterday at I'ut In Hay while
Two tr;Un robbers were surrounded
In u house near (ioodlaml, Kan , and
killed. Several of the pursuing party
Lord Russell of Klllowen, lord chief
justice of England, died yesterday at
his residence, Cromwell House, Ken
sington, aged 67.
Mr. Herbert Putnam. librarian of
the United States congress, Is in Ber
lin ai ranging soaMCtUMM for au ei
change of books with European II
Monilnv, Ana;. IB.
Filipino Col, Orassa has surrendered
181 rebels and guns to Col, Freeman of
tbe Twenty-fourth Infantry.
Chinese Mlnistor Wu Ting Fang, nt
Washington, has expressed Ills inten
tion of never returning to China,
BlaaTruJillo, one of the most promi
nent cigar manufacturers in Tampa,
Fla., committed suicide Saturday
During the maneuvers of the French
fleet off Cape St. Vincent a battleship
collided with a torpedo boat. Fifty pcr-
On Saturday Mrs Sheng, wife of th
first secretary of the Chinese legation,
gave birth to a hoy. This is the first
Chinese baby of the Celestial diplo
matic class to be horn In the l iiitert
Tu.-Nilfi. Aiik. Il
The Fifteenth United states Infantry
has arrived at Nagasaki, Japan.
Karon von Btumm Halberg, the dis
tinguished conservative stateman. Is
suffering from cancer of the stomach.
The New Foundland legislature has
been dissolved, a general election be
ing ordered for October, and a hitter
campaign is expected.
The Evening I'ost, a local Populist
paper of Lincoln, Neb., says that
Chairman Marlon Hutler will take the
stump for McKtnley.
Loreni Schweitz, of Breslau, ha
been appointed to the post of public
executioner for Prussia. He Is a re
tired business man and well to do.
Dr. H. J. Costello, a well known
physician of Philadelphia, suicided al
his hotel, at Eagle's Mere, yesterday
afternoon by banging himself to a
water in nt- wltt a strap.
OBKBRAL m a ii k i. rs.
Plilladclphla, Aug. 13. -Flour steady,
winter nuiii rflno. tl 4iKi2 .); do. uxtrus.
2.ii.V.i2.W; Paansylvanla ruller. clear. 13. 25
4i3.40. Bye Hour quiet and unchanged nt
p.IOQI.IO par barrel. Wlieut cjulet and
lower; No. 2 red. In elevator, iSWl'V'.
Corn dull; No. 2 mixed, SPOt, In elevii
tor, 4J'v'(42ic.; No. 2 yellow for loe.il
trade. 4tf47c. Oat steady; No. I white,
slrpped, 3(K(30Vkc. Huy steinly; choice
timothy 116 for largn bal. Mutter llrni,
creumery, 17HW21C. ; factory. cnrrenl
liaeked, UMIe.! imitntion creamery, lnff
lSc; New York dairy. WfllSHc. Cheese
rtriing;, larga. coloraO. 1UC. ; trniall no..
lVkc : lr. . white, 10tJ". ; email do.. 10V-
Bksk steady; New York and IVunsylva-
nla. 14ul7c; weiilerp. IKil.lV.r. for aver
age lots. Potatoes teady; Jerseys, Mt
l JS; New tor. rl.KAI.DO; IxmK Island.
gl.12tMll.S0. . Cuhb ses du'.i; Long- Island,
tiO0SN per 100.
Live St. .rk tlnrketa.
New ToTk. Atii;. 13.-Btwra slow; me
dium a shade lower; bulls and cows. 1041
lac. off; sveral curs unsold; steers. S4.TS
6: bulls. 12.4irT3.60; rows. $l.;-n 5".
Cal.ves Opeaed llrm; closed dull ; butter
milks 15'a25e. lowrr; veals, $B7.50; tups.
$72,"jT culls. S4.S0; buttermllki. (3.25
SjH.si'. uniSHpri and yearlings. 12 7Sy3 2.'.
heep steady; common stock dull; lambs
opened ISfliSSo. off; o
ihtwD, $344.75; ropd
IMLW.W: cnotce and
ened ISDSac. oir; olosen j&'umic. lower;
wethere, K; iambs.
extra early. 7'(i7 2J;
ills. tlTM.SO. Hog alow at IS.60&6 M
V st Liberty. Pa.. Aug. It. Cattle ac
trv extra. tt.iWyS.To; prime, rvHjr, fti.
re ii. on. I3.60fl4.2i. Hogs slow and lower;
..ra assorted mediums, best Torkers
i.nd prime plra. K.WSft.afl; coramoa to
(air Torkers. B.SOM.U; heavy hogs. K.H
tj.40; roughs. W.IO0. Sheep slow and
war: choice wethers, I4.40i4 50; cesnaioa.
.NKftN; choice la sabs. lf.lS4JS.IO, com
moo to good, IKJBSjt; veal oalvea, kLHff.
for Infants and Children.
Tho Kind Yon Iliivo Always Bought 1ms borne- lio signa
ture of Chas. 11. Fletcher, and litis been mode undrlri
personal supervision lor ovr .SO years. Allow M one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, mitationii uad
".lust-as-cfood" are but Experiments, and endanger i.lirj
health of Children Experience against Experiment,
The Kind You Have Always Bough?.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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We pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation
or Costiveness we cannot cure with
Liverita, The Up-to-Date Little Liver Pill
They are purely Vegetable and never fail to give satisfaction.
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boxes contain 1 5 Pills. , Beware of substitutions and imita .s.
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