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Sunbury & Lewiatown Di vitioi
in effect March 18, 1900.
i am ii"
11 37 Lewlatnwn (Main flrest.
1140 LfWtOtMvn Junction.
Train lenv Sutihrirv ft 30 urn, ar
rive ut S-lmsnrovp 5 45 p in
LeavHKeliiiHiriov.(i:(iOp. iU.t arrives
at Butibur.v : t " p in.
Teams lenv Lewlntown Junction :
4 M a in. 10 II 1 m I 10 p ja.Unf m 5 2I m, 7 07p
m,l?0ta fur Al n. Klttftiiirit an I tha Want.
Kor Halllnioro tn-i Wanhlnitton Mm am V 30,
I OS I : 1 13 s 10 ii in PorPklladollrhlt Mid New
Vorl; ii 109, J SO a m. 1 09 1 II 4 3 apif 1113 p
ui Km Hiir-lshurK k ij p ta
Pliiladeiphia & Erie R R Division
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
Tnilii aavc S'll aruvo JuaOtlOO duliy rnr
suubui v and Wear,
jam, is.vp in, p m. Sunday t M a m,
s l;i p in.
Tntns leat i' Sanbarjr dally eicept Rnada)
12 'ii a in fur Bull ilo.l II a m fur Eric and Ofin-
6 10 a in for llellelunto Krle nn 1 i .inanilalirua
'1 42 n tn or Look rlavan, Tyrone and too wai.
1841 to HnlTilo, 1 10 p in lor Kclleleiitc Kan.
Tyrone and CaiiRniliiiuiia
5 45p m for konovoand Blnlra
x in in lor WlUlamsporl
Sundiiy IS U i i
1 SI a in lur Erie
u IS a in fur Look
t fur ItulT.tl'i via EinKirlnni
5 io ii in tur Krie and Uaaaa.
8 511 p iu lor i" i
Havan n i
ii Tin a in. 0 "i5 a in S on ami 1
bam and lla.elton
6 in a in. In HI am. S 05 p in, 5 4'
kin iiini Mount Uurmal
i iii lor Wimn--
in Mr Sharuo-
Sunday I H a in lor WllkaaharrO
rraln? leave BollaigTora Juni'tlnn
100G a iu, dully arming; nt fliii.uMphl.i
: 17 p tu New York .1 33 in H iimnuro 3 11 p in
VYaidiiiiifti'ii 4 I'J p in
534 p in 'i.uiy arriving at I'!, . idelpbla
,030p iii New Yorli i N a iu, Baltiuiora 'j 49 p m
Waahlngiuu in 55 p in.
N4Spiu. ually irrivu,,. it Philadelphia
4s.5a iii, New York 71 :.i m. Baltimore 230 am
Washington i 05 a n.
: neiiM also leave sun iury i
s 45 a in dally arrlvtna at Pbtladefdhli t? :s a m
Baltimore 7 90 a in Waahlnirt.in 8.30 am New
York USSa in Weekdayi, io : ., m Sundays,
3 10 am da'ly arriving at Philadelphia 7ss
am, Mew York: on a m, loss Sundays Balil-I
tncie 7 so a m, Wasblotftoo 8 km m. u.utiiuort' :
is p in, WaauiOKton 1 15 p m.
155 p in, week oayi arriving nl Philadelphia
S'. I' in. New Y'urn li 'til p in, Hatiiuuro S 0.1 p in
Waahlngton " U p m
Hi p in dailv. arriving al ptitl i lolphla 7 88 pm
New York 1088 p in, Balttm irs7 up m, Wasli
iiii'tuii 8 li.'i i in
rralni also leave Sunbury al o an and 5 25
and 8 31 p in, lur H i rrislmru, Philadelphia and
I. H. WOOD, ien'l Pais Agent 1
I.&H0TOHINKON Uen'l Manatrar. j
IN COMBINAliON WITH THE POST.
YVi; give lit-low some clulibing
itiiiiliiiiation.s with the Post. The
rates quoted are very low.
The New York Tri-Weekly Tri
bune mid the Middleburg Post, one
year, paid in advance, only 81.75.
Til,! Tri-Weekly is published Monday,
Wednesday and 1'riday, reaches a larife
Hroporlioai of lUbasriDtra on date ot
Issue, and eiii'h edition is ., tlioroiiKhly
iip-to-dttte daily family uewapapei fur
The New York Weekly Tribune
and the Middleburg Post, one year,
paid in advance, only (1.25
The Weekly Tribune is published on
Thursday, and glvea all Uoportanl new n
of nation and world, tin- mo-t reliuhlu
market reports, unexcelled asrloulturai
department, reliible (eneral Infornuv
I nn and choice and euti rtuiniiiK mis
cellany. Ills the ''people's paper" for
the entire United States, n national fam
ily paper for farmers and rillasers.
The New York Tri-Weekly World
ami the Middleburg Post, one year,
jiaiil in advance, only Sl.Go.
The Trl-Weekly World comet three
limes a week, is tilled with thu lati st
news of the country and la WeU worth
Ine prii-e asked for it.
The Practical Farmer, one year,
and the Middleburg P T,one year,
Jiaiil in advance, $1.50. Both of
the above papers and the Practical
Fanner Year Book and Agricul
tural Almanac for 1900, paid in
advance, only $1.65.
The Practical Parmer i
'arm papers published,
at tl.nn year. The vear
10 of the heat
i- s fund of in
to the farmer,
i ne ia 5u cents.
MEN AND Wt
' r old eatabllahed
OS, Salary "su a
w paicen in which the.-e
formation that is useful
The price of this I look an
and tl.u Year Hook form.
Wen to travel and advertise
iioii-c of solid Snanolal man
rtarand expenses, all payab
sssing required. Qlvs rcf.
Mlf-Mdrttsad stamped .-
saaager, WOaxlon UklK., t
ui cash, -.ii nin
incea and enclose
Young Ilride Why.
Oon't seem to be eating
hinrning. And 1 got up
early to make
ilic.-c biscuit for you, t no.
Charles Xo, dear. 1 don't feel at
ll hungry this morning, to tell the
tTUth. Your biscuits are very nice,
indeed. T.y the wnv, 1 wnndcr if there
on.V Of those dog biscuits left thai
ught for Nero on Friday? Som-
erville Journal. -
Employment Agent What was ihe
hutter with your last place?
ooniestic The coup., had only been
1 Carried a month, an' 1 cudn'i slam!
Agent Well, here's a chance in a
IIOUe where thu o.,uu'j h-ns. l.eon
"arried ten ye;
iafn 1o i Vmg.
. K. Y. Weekly.
BdneMeYnnr toaati v,u. r......t.
LavJ' t."e.hJSrtlci cure constipation forever.
L . u-'a", arufcvista refund money.
Blood & Liver
I a a
PRESERVE YOUR HORSE.
Crl. iMitntlra KI1U Mmmy veU
uable Animals Yran 4 Year
Before Their Tlaae.
Many farm horses arc killed eaoh
yeur by thorn.-tales owners. They
would not take their lives as butch
ers would, nor would they purposely
tuke their lives by iutentieual cruel
ty. By careless iuatteulion the work
Is done, and many meu arc truiltr of
the charge of killing- off good horses
If the matter could be definitely
traced. Poor treatment when dia
aase attacks the vital parts ot m
horse ia a source of mutih fatality
anions; horses. Lack of judgment un
der circumstances relating to the
care of horses when they are out of
condition is another. The lack of
proper knowledge of the effect of
ilifferent foods for horses under pe
culiar conditions may be added to
the list. A great many causes might
lie given, lint it is unnecessary to re
peat them here. The horse owner
Who will give the subject any thought
can figure out inure ways than one
in which the lives of tliose faithful
animals may be shortened or length
ened. There are very few horses
worn out. The most ot them die
from sonie cause or other, and these
causes are whn! horsemen want to
look after if they want their horse to
live to a green old age. It is easier
o preserve horses than to procure
them. Marring accidents, a sound
horse slu uld bo ns good nt 30 ns at
imy other nge, yet we find but few
that arc old tliat are able to do n.
full day's work without great fa-1
Hgue, You must study the care of
' in r horses if von would preserve
WEIGHT OF FLEECE.
Sheep Kent tin the tVeatern Ranarea!
Carri More Wool Than Those
Haiaed in tin- r.nat.
tern ranges sheep
cheaply than iu
t he COUUI i v, and il
ither part of
less us clli a pi J as iu
t he w orld, but i he sh
my country iu
ep there carry
ucuvicr fleeces tliun elsewhere in this
couutry, says Farm, Stock und Home.
In the .New England states fleeces av
erage from five to sK pounda each;
in .New York and Pennsylvania, leu
than six pound; while Ohio. M ell
jgan and Indiana average a little ou r
6V. DOUnds. but the western states
and territories quickly bring up the
j average. Iowa's fleece Weighs tl.'J;
i Minnesota's li.7; Kansas. 1.1; lon
i tana. T.:i; Wyoming and YYn hington,
f.B each; Idaho, 7.s, ami Oregon, 7.5.
it looks as though those western re
gions were well adapted to the sheep
industry in more ways than one.
The bureau of uniiuul industry re
ports that sheep scab lias become
much reduced during the past year.
I'lie bureau has inspectors stationed
throughout all the sheep rnisi.ig re
j irions and at railroad points In order
j to discover diseased sheep and pre
vent their gaining access to the large
stock yards. Sheep owners have been
encouraged to dip their sheep, and
the bureau thinks that a few more
rears of active work will result in
the practical eradication of the para
iite causing- scab.
FEEDING PEN GATE.
vYhore Any t.reut BfnBlhev of I'lua Are
Kept n Device Like This one la
When there are any great number
Of pigs fed in the same pen it is in
variably the rule that the larger pigs
get the greater share of the feed, and
in consequence they grow better anil
the smaller, less active pigs get less
feed and are jostled about and fall
farther and fan her behind. By using
GATK n 'It KKlCDINi;
j a gate, made as portrayed, iii the
feeding pen, the large, strong' Jiig-s
! will be hindered In no way from get
I ting their share, and the smaller unci
j will be given an equal chance, or bet
ter. The gate (cj is fastened to Lhe
lifting lever (b), which is held at
the desired height, admitting the de
sired sized pig by a pin (a), through
j the jioits and through the lever. The
lower hole admits the smaller pigs,
; but the larger sized cannot squeeze
i under. When the lit t Ie pigs have satis
lied themselves, lift the gate another
bole and admit the in ; grade, and so
on. tn this way the smaller pigs will
not become stunted by being crowded
away from the feeding trough or floor.
J. It. Irwin, in Farm nml Home.
HELPFUL SHEEP NOTES.
Breeding ewes are in strong
tnand all over the country.
The effects of good bleeding
wholly neutralized unless they
tupported by good feeding.
Never in the history of the Indus-
Itztee ; (rv nrul there been so great a demand
! for small sheep ranches us at pres
The shepherd who procures a pure
bred ram simply possesses a possibil
ity which he is to avuil himself of in
the best manner.
It Is not wise to leave salt to be
eaten to excess by sheep. It is sure
to be taken too freely, unless it is iu
the form of rock salt, which is licked
and so swallowed slowly and safely.
Too freely eaten it becomes a purga
tive anil causes excessive thirst,
f.hich lends the sheep to drink too
fiuch water. liural World.
Divorco 2ST Jtio.
IN THE OOIKT ! IDMM11N IM.KtS UP
SNYltK 004JHTT, l'KNNYI. ASIA.
Kva M. Kanti
Aa B. kantz.
"ct.il.er Term. ls. No 11.
Al. Suit. N.i .. Fell. Terra.
lte.ponilciit iii tile above
To ASA II. KANTZ,
Sir I Ynu arc hereliv BoMSeal that vmir wife.
Kya M Kant, ha. ni-iiinie.l proceeding! a-
awaaaa ymi. esktag a dtvwrce from the b i of
nun run. my. ii..n Hit- growjaeta Unit you haw
tinertii alien !n.ik-iiilie an t violence 1. her her-
so a at to rainier her SeadlUae mtolcralile
I withdraw from' your aoaau and laaaitw. it.-'
lira mini, .... .....I i . .....
". mi j vunici4uii in mil eiiierniK an appcar
i aura in not fllinir an anawer. the cum- ha. hean
referred to roe an Waaler. 1 have Hied N T
ll'IIDAY. the KOIRTKKNTII .1.. ..r vwiitl u
; nr.ii. inn. al nine o clock. A. M an
ana ine omce of i hai-lei H,,
Emj., in t lie
. Pa., an the
iMirouah of Seltmnrrovc . Snyder ('
plaee for taking teiitimoiiy in the
and where voii mav altmaA
ll H.'.hliis BOWER, Maatar.
Middlaburg. Pa.. July ; i ah, I Ml,
the fair girl, "TT.-M"-uever
to hear that."
gentleman, in uft-
old has left
"I am to
rrateful for your tvith
pat hy ! "
"Are you aura he left, never to
ret urn ?"
"Well, that's too bud;
Pay before yesterday In
the ln"-t silk umbrella In
- Washington Star.
fimi' y.iiinK SkaKK- fruni M. t.imora,
And he wore a straw fedora
On his In ad,
'Cute he was. am! rather witty.
Ami he'd come to jo the city,
Bo he laid,
Mel a man who seemed to know him.
And who volunteered to Im him
Sum. thins odd.
YVent to ?ee a caved-ln tunnel.
And a chap they catted theCunnel
tint his wad.
Chii iik'i Tribune,
PBCIAIi r tCILITIES,
JL Jl U (ah t m
.-sl . 1
Little Robbie Grandma, I know why
you talk ssi much
"Grandma Well, why Is it dear?
Little Robbie 'Cause you has rut I
double chin. Chicago Daily News.
At the cln5"les he'd ne'er had a chance,
liut In wledom he led tha whole dunce.
Forsooth, he was able
To take a time table
Ar.d tell what It meant ul a gl meet
-Got idness ; Miss 1!
Tess Goodness; Miss Koxsie looks
Jess Yes. there's a certain puppy
with a great pedigree that Im want
ed her lather to buy for lu-r, but he
wouldn't do it.
Teas What was it? A French
count or a German baron? Philadel
One Doctor's Iteoaonlng;.
"How much do 1 owe you. doctor?"
"Ten tlol la rs."
"Phew! Your colleague. Dr. Knod
ler, charges only live dollars for a
mild case like t li is."
UOW N II V TUB s tn SKA W WTiS.
"Now we are engaged. Quisle, I feel
I must tell you an awful family secret
er my grandfather was sentenced
to a year's imprisonment."
"Oh, that's nothing, dearest girl.
I've done five in my time." Ally Sloper.
Chopping ill in off.
Selduni Pedd Honestly, lioss, 1
don' know where me next meal iscauu
Citizen (gruffly) Neither do I! It
is certainly not coming from me I
Really ami Ttaaly not.
"Thi. has been a dreadful summer."
"Hasn't it? At the seashore Inst
week I met a Huston girl who said
if it got much worse she'd have to buy
a fan." Detroit Freo
Victim of I'lreiinialtarea.
Shykes You are ebiU aWrftl
vegetarianism, I suppose?
(iliz.ard I'm still preaohing It, but
I'm not practicing it just now. Meat
is cheaper. Chicago Tribune.
The Poor Man.
Wife The cook says she won't go.
She's waiting for you in the kitchen.
Husband Why in the world didn't
you telephone me? I wouldn't have
come home. Town Topics.
A 1 K N 1 1 vt EXT TJ TIIK iONnTITI TIO
iKtrti;i) to rii k i in.a.Ns nc
inn vumi.- KAI.ru nut Tllklk Al
I'HONAL. OK HKIKCTION ItY THE HEX
KHAI. Ass KM HI. Y' OK TIIK COMMON
"i.Al.TH ok PENNSYLVANIA riB-
l.lllr.I Hi IiKHKK OK THE sKfRKTAItY
"P IIIK liJIMONW K Al.l H IN fl lol
A.M K OK AKTk'LK XVIII OK THE 00
A JOINT KKMOM'TloN
rr.i.iKiii)( an amen. Im. nl to the t'on.titation
u' the i 'ommonivealth.
Section 1. He it rek.ilv.-ii hv Ika tHu mmjt
iioiiae ot nepreaentativaa of Ilia I oinmon
wea III in tieneral AaaataMs met. that the fol
owing ia proposal! an aiitendiiienta tw the Con
slilulioa of the Cuuiinonwealtll at Peauvl
vama. In aveardaeee with Ilia proviaioua of Ike
DiKniai-iiin arneia tneraor:
Amendment One to Arth le Eight. Section One.
Add at tha ami of the Oral racranh of uiid
aevtton. after the worda "nhall lie antitled to
ion-at allele, li the word, "alllijeet how
ever to auch law paquirlaaj ana retrnlaliuK the
rrKiatnitlon of electors aa the lirueral Aaaetnhey
may enact," aolbal the i-aiJ aei tion ahall rea.1
Sevtlmi I. QaaHSaaMoB Ol Electors. Kvery
inula, iliren twenty , mi. years of ae. poasaB
Inm the followlna; illnhtlmluina, ahall no eu-
llllisi lovolr al all elecllona. ailljiM-l how ever
I tosre h lawa requlrtaa and resjulaUna the rog.
iatrnliou of cl.s tors aa the tieucral Aiavmlily
, .nay enact
l. lie aiaiii imve been acttiesn ofthe United
states at least one n th.
li. He shall have re.nlad in the State one year
(or if. havisK pceviously I. i a iiililled elee
lor or initive I'oru eittSCn of tin- stale, he shall
have removed thi'iefrom and returned, within
MS inouilia iaamwhatell precedlruc tha eiae-
:i. He shall nave resided In the election district
Where he alia' I oiler his vole at least two
months tuimediaieiy prrcedlngtho election.
4. I f t wests two years of aire and upwards, he
shall have aud within two yean a State ,.r
oount) tat, which shall have been aaaaaaetl at
Amend steal Two to Article Right, section
Strike out from said si, lion the words "but
no elect .r shall he deprived of the privilege
af votta ay rsasnn of ids name nol being ie
gl ate red, ' and add In said se, mm the following
words, "lint laws regulating and requiring the
regiatratloB af electors mav I naetc.lt apply
to cities only, provided Hull allcll law s may lie
unlforssfovclilaeol Ihe asu insa," o thai
the said Beaton ahall read aa follows:
Section 7. Uniformity of Election l,aw. All
lew s regulstiag the lioldingnl elcctiona by ihe
cities or for the registration ofelei t.us .hall be
uniform Ihroaghnul ihe State, but lawa rugu'a
tingana reqalnnM the reglatrallon ..f elector
may bceaatled to apply cltleaonly. provided
that BUcIl laws Is- Untforn. lur. Uies of t lie same
A true copy Of the .Joint Reaolullon.
W, W. OKI EST,
Sis -retary of Ihe unimonwcalth.
TO TIIK t'ONSTITI HON
TO THE I'lTIZKNHOKTIIIS
COMMONWEALTH I l( nu n: APPitOVAL
on KKIKOTION HY TIIK HKNICUAL As
SBMHI.1 OF THE I'OMSIONWKALI II Or
PK.NNs LVANIA, PI HI Isii I : i iiii:it OK
THEsKllRRTARY ol TIIEl IIM.MONWKI Til
IN PI llSt'Ai"OKOK AltTK'LIC XV11IOPT1II
CONSI 11 1'l'loN.
A JOINT RRSOLI riON
lag an amendment to th" Constlltitloti
of the ( 'ommonn mill
ait. I!.! It enacted by the Senate and
f Uepreaentatlves of Ihe i ommiuiwealtli
naylvanin in OoiicmI Aaacmhty mel
1 I v is proios'-d as i n ame ml ine. a
to the Constitution of tin
Pciiii- Ivania ui accordaiic
' nminunwealth of
w ith the provisions
i.ighieenih Article tbei
Strike out section (our of article, ciifht. and
in-s-ri in place thereof, a- follows:
Bectioni. All elections by the citiaena shall
be by ballot or by such other method as may
be prescribed by law : Provided, That secrecy
in voting ho preserved.
A true copy of the Joint Resolution.
W, W, OKI KMT,
laeretarr of Ida ( ommonwealth,
"Wlien our author speaks of the
entire girl," explained the instruct
or, "he means that she is thought-
And the foreigner learning English,
pausing lung enough to make sure
of his dialect, explained:
"Ah, je sec! And ze thoughtless
girl, ees she accordingly ex'penslve,
itbcr nit, poOrquoi?1'
Now this, of course, was indeed no
dream. Detroit Journal.
A ('nii of Overcrowding?,
"I don't see why I keep on getting
fii much fatter. I only eat two meals
"I know, my love. But you shouldn't
Insist, upon crowding your breakfast
and luncheon Into one meal, and your
dinmr and a late supper Into the
Other." Cleveland Plain Dealer
Mr. rVhnrtcnsh I shall feci' greatly
honored if you will accompany me to
the theater this evening.
Mi-s Beauty -With pleasure. What
,c the bill fur to-night?
Mr. Shortcnsh (absently) About
ten dollnrs. N. Y. Weekly.
The Ac mi e of Misfortune.
Hewitt I never have any luck at
Jewett Neither do I: the oilier
Joy when 1 was playing on a railroad
train, instead of taking my ticket, the
absent-minded conductor took- the
only trump I bod. Tow n Topics,
Prom Two Points of View.
Once more the old' n glory
of the golden rml is gleaming
ti er the meadows where thi blossoms
of the violets arc dreaming
Once more the hapless victim
of hay fever's busy sneeslng
A: the sc. ne tin unafHioti d
Fool Imagine! is so pleasing.
-Chicago It. curd-lb raid.
at which to prepare for teach
ing or college, or to take a
thorough COUrte in Vocal or
Instrumental Music is
and State Normal
t Bloomabnrg, I'n.
No other school offers such
superior advantages, at such
low rates. It will pay you to
write for information. Hy re
cent act of the Legislature
tuition is now free to those
preparing to teach. Address
J. P. WKLall, A. ., Ph.D., Principal,
one in each town
DO NOT BUY
Thu liberal offer has i
the quality of our w he
reliable ncrsen in end
a bicycle. Write
Saaual' . Caa-Sai
- -a.- -a-. -a -
DIRIiCT PROM DISTILLER!
TO C0NSUMLR. 1
Four Full Quarts
Jf E'prcss "i
i Uttltrt' Prnfifj.
hvi vim m
V... nill hend lour lull
quart hntllct olHatner'n
7-le.ir-IIIO Itouhlr t up
Distilled the Inr $1.20.
express prepaid, shipped
in piain paikaqe, n
marks to indiiate inn
tents. II ant MtiefactOrs
iiheu reieoed, return i
at our expense; we vs il
return xuur $J.iU
Such Whiskey c.in'l bchaJ
chcn hcrc for less than J
I Hi I'Kiie.Ni rs- Tbir-t Nat'l Raak.Daytnn; state
anaru iianK, st. i..nns; er unv i.r tin- us, t.
THE HAYNTK DISTILLING CO.,
i 220-232 Went Fifth St.. Dayton. Ohio.
1300-311 SO. Seventh St., St. LOUiH, MO.
Wo guarantee above tirm win .in an it agreea, Bn
I Tile I , eut I il l lllll I lIS. il'llll-t )
improved Doubln Kxlruci of Smsn
parillu an'1 CeJerj Compnund lt il
Clover, lo'et' and 12 Vegotiiblcg,
Boots ;ii"l Herbs, dm Sliiieralsl
coutiiins DOUBLE t ha Curatives ol
an v one dollar Medicine in the mar
ket and lasts TWIC us long. The
trreutesi Remodv of the Aup, killing
all CtERMH, destroyed nil MICRO
IlIvS and a sine iiini nsrtiiiu cure
for KDNKV uud LIVEJt disuses.
Etheumiitism, Nervousness, Uyspe
psia. Malaria, Cnustipution, Siev
Headache and all romplaints aris
ing from impure blood, .tegular
prioe s 1. 00 per bottle I'i ., bul in
order to tret i' introduce l in tins sec
tion we will sell ut.ir0 cents per liot
tle or l bottles for until furtb
nr uotice, Do not wait order now
if you are uilinff.
The nliuve nu ilieine is u-ed in EV
ERY HOSPITAL and by nil the
LEADING PHYSICIANS in the
world to dtiy, and highly enuorsed
by nil. Address,
AON A W K KUADDYCO.
April lS24t. ROM K. Si V.
WANTED. Capalile, reliabia pcrann in ev
ery county tn repreaunt large company of aolitl
Ananoal reputation; SVttti salary per year. pay.
Able weekly, l i per liny alisolutciy sure antl nil
spensaa; atralglil, bonyHue. ilelinito aalry,
o coroinlaslon; aaiary paldcaoli Saturday anil
ApensQ ntonoy advanretl each week. sTu
Mill UOU8 B, 348 Dearborn 8t, Chicago,
from l-l fe.
CrRBAT VtT "Ayv.
proil oees the abovn result s ln'30 days. It art!
nvartnlly atttl uuiclly. Ctwaa vban all uthars UlL
raonc maa trill raiala tb.i r leal ataaheetl. aad oil
an will racovar ahslr roaltifui nior kr aeiag
RXTITO. It qolrklr sad amalT rentorr. S.rroBS
aeaa, Lost Vitality, Impolenry. Slalitly Znlaalona.
Lost Power, FallltiR Uemorr, Wastlns Olaaaaaa, and
all effbeta ot solf-obuao or electa and Indiscretion,
which units one torn'mly. Imum or marriage. II
not only cures by starting at the seat of diaease, but
la a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
ing back the- pink glow to palo cheeka ami re
storing the Are of youth. It wardH off Inaanltl
and Consumption, li.m t on navlng REVIVO, no
other. It can be carried In v.at rocket. By mall,
1.00 per package, or six for 00.00. with a poel
Uva written guarantee to rare or refund
ahemonev. Circular free. Address
Royal Medicine Co.. gMfc
1 1 o rml in Middteburqh, l'a., 0
1 MDLEBLROH DRUG Co.
H 1 iV Wl WAPf.
szaaaea i gLgear
Ill Bi0uauni4a. li a
to ride and exhibit a sample 1901 model
wcycie oi our manufacture. TUU CAN MAKE $10 TO
$60 A WEEK besides having a wheel to ride for yourself,
ISO! Models",. $10 to 516
'99 Nodels 1 $7 fo $12
500 Secont Hand Wheels o
takru in trade by ear Chicago retail stoics, JjA TO j)B
mauy uood aa aew
We ship any bicycle ON APPROVAL to
anyone tnltouf u cent dr point in utfrmici ami allow
10 DAYS FREE TRIAL. S5Jg
no rink iu ordering from us, as you do not need to pay
a cent if the bicvele does not anil von.
a wheel until yu have written for ottr
FACioir pucrs and mi taut ui r i u
never been tnuulisl .-not U m mmmm. ...
of our wheels.
in each town In di.tnl.ute r.italoeuea r,,r ..a I..
today for free catalogue aud our sfK-cial offer.
WSsS 'i '! IF. f : M
atsaywL-MPgmsfigWa -fcaziJw.s-aar V $S
a - - as i a s sa a a I a aw ,. i aa 1 1 a
J7 'PROTURU V -I
jL-.r ON LIEtr.At v, v.::.-' .' 'v
PATEN'I CUV 1 -" ' i 1 O
' thi MtiNl'.l
..lilt ACVlCt. i- JM 'I, f'll It Jl . i ...
writ:: re? dooi : i i n M n
,e H. A. COLGATE
Rt.i tstart. JlEQiSTEKCD ATTORNEY
Tsust saiioistv PHILADELPHIA.PA.
Wlltn l Um MOtl IV M KIV PM
N. V.. iiimI t in v will trll viu how you
your 1(1 I'l l UK or HKUM. nml M
wAi llioy i itn iHifwtltly Un 1 I Iii h
' in t ore
I ft ! Ol
4'liitrut It will
Mr 1 1
11 l ilt OIH- V lit
urel it. April I
wait " wl
WANTKD.--TrtimMp. n-llnti e pemou In orery
t?ouiity t rirtMfiit htte ininiMity of solid
Isitniivial rpputAtloii; 5,KUi -.i;n v hi yeitr, pity
rltt weekly; I er Uny ithmilutel mire aau hII
oxpenMM' "trjiitfiii. hoi :i Ihlti ii(iiit. nalnry
lio com tr. I m) on; ha Inn iiuiil encli Njiturtlui inn I
bx mi- money mlvmiceil unci) wi .
Miii HOI c XH Deiirborn m ., I n
Sot! s i hereliy t;i
in fit t hat lieeu icrnii
lute f 'oiirud rellur
hnyiler I oiiuty. I'; ,
mi tii.it Powei o(
tnl by i he helm i
lute of I t-mi Ii
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know in:; Iheuinelvcfi t lie I m U l i
tatc -1 ' 1 1 1 iimkc iiniaeillitti pity men
liavlnic atnii" iiuHlittt i( whouhl pn
IhI piiitiM'iiiit-iiit i ft. i nit in- nt
ALLKN M. SKI HKIHT,
Iiiiiiitf. I'n., i lino 1,1901
trn of -liiiiiii-t rnt
eitnteof Henry NViirle lnt .f IV. Vt
Huyder enmity, !';.. ilee -I. Iui'tiit w
it (Iii- mifltsrflKniHl, nil erHtnM km
elvn Imlel tetl ti Haiti -itate are rei 1
in n kr I in tin-that i- i i me it 1 1 While thoif
i y ta p .
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t Iu iindi i pa ut (I.
iii .Inly atttlieiitleaUHi tn
J. r. N U OLE, Al
Aline, ni., ujr, i", IWil.
Poor Hoy's Chances
A vory loti tting nn I I olpful
hook thai overv boy -1 1 1 1 li I have.
Parents should see they have it.
Pilielv nrinteil. liHO dhbos, i:itl II.
1. 1 SI ItA I lo. Aitislic i ot
I iiinliiii.'. Mailt il for 50c Atldres
.i IN I '.S CO. i r
Is the I rude mark
Hint appears on the old original
There are many Imltationa
"iVv7"is Identifying murk
t if tht'ift'tiitiiir, which n n sola
hy leading dealetSa Bend tu
the mat cis ir tH)tk.ict
No. of beautiful neif
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