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Is tho head coutro of the Schuylkill
coal region, thirteen miles from
the county scat. It Is on tho
line of the Philadelphia and
Heading, Pennsylvania and
Lehigh: Valley railroads,
thus ottering excellent
fuollltlet for travel.
Not quite -1 hours
It poMseanea the greatest In
(lueempiit for the location
of motoric, mills, &o. Ex
col 1 nt water eupply, fuel plen
tiful and cheaper than any
where o!ms Educational ml
vantage unsurpassed. Puro nlr,
pure water, electric light, Ac., Ao.
tlnvhey GKlrlacm Sunpeiiiletl.
Nhw Yohk. .lune i.0. "Snanner" Gar
rison, the famous jockey whose riding I
for the past ton years In the EaHtern and
Western circuits has been witnessed anil I
applauded by thoutauds, has Ijeen sua-
ponded by the Coney Island Jockey Club
and his license takeu away from him.
Will Oo Ileforo the Committee Again.
Fhiladeu'iiia, Juno 20. It U an
nounced' that Mr. Wnnamaker says ho
will appear belore the Investigating com
mittee at its next meeting und oxplaln
lSulnnco In tho Treaaury.
Washington, Juno 20. The Treasury
statement shows a net balance, lu addi
tion to fraction. .1 silver and deposits la
national banks, of $2,450,000.
ditor Inspector Uatlibono I'romntml. I
WAstrtNOTOs, Juno 20. Chiof Postoflloo
Inspector Hathbone has resigned, and
will be appointed Fourth Assistant Post-tnnster-U
Presents In the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOST
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
-most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is ttieriost excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one n Bilious or Cuusupated
so 'I HAT
PURL BLOOD, RCrttESHIHQ SLEFP,
HEALTH and 8TRKH0TH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it,
ASK YOUR OnUGO'ST FOR
js-srxi-OTe3 os razors
AHUFAOTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
utwavnie, Ki new vork. n. r.
aty,Z'&W PLASTER. I
loured at once. Genuine lur bain by alt .Druggists.
GOLD MEDAL, PAHI3, 1873.
W. Baker & Cos
from 'which tho excess of
oil has been removed, is
audit Is Soluble.
nro used In its preparation. It hns
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, ami is therofore far more
economical, costing lets t1an one cent
a cup. It ia delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily rioested,
and admirably ntlnplod for invalids
as well as for porsons in health.
Sold by Crocero overywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass,
Or the Lla.mr Iliiidl. 1'iMitltely Curou
by uuuiiuiaicriiiB r. imiuw
It 1b mtnufaotured a a powder, which oan be given
la a elus of ber, a cup of ooileo or tua, or Id food,
without tho ku lertRO ot .ho jmtiynt. It tl absolutely
harmleu, aad will etfftot a paruianeut and apasdy
cur. whether the petiont tn a ipoderato drinker or
an alouhoiio wrjck It lma bejn slvaa In thouaanda
of coaea. and In -ary Insiimov ipurfeofeeureliaafol.
lowed lioerer Full. 'rhay.-mouoalmpregnat.
dwith th. BpeaiflfMt heoomeeiui i.ttericipouaiblllty
for the liquor appetite to ttat . , . .
48 page book of particulate fr o. To bo had o'
C. M. HAGENBUCII, DrufiDlst, Shenandoah
id if in in
ALCOHOL EXPLOSION. I
New YonK, Juno 20. By tho explo
sion of a barrel of alcohol In tho base
ment of Columbia College. Dr. John E.
Northrop, an Instructor In zoology, and '
two assistants, William Simpson and
Thomas TUlie, were seriously burned.
Dr. Northrop's Injuries nro so Borlous
that there Is danger of death resulting.
Having reason to transfer tho alcohol
frgn the barrel to small Jars, Dr.
Northrop called In the aid of William
Simpson, the college janitor, and Thomas
Tlghe, and, taking a light, the three
went Into the basement. As soon ns the
barrel was opened the aloohol became Ig
nited and an explosion followed.
Dr. Northrop rushed from too base
ment with his olothing all ablaie. Some
workmeu nearby extinguished Mia flames
by tearing off the doctor's olothing, and
with buckets of water, but not before lio
had been frightfully burned about the
face, arms and legs. lie was tnksn to
the Presbyterlnn Hospital, where his in
juries were pronounoeu exceedingly dan
gerous. Janitor Simpson was burned
about the head and went home after his
Injuries were dressed. Tlgue's bnrns
were serlons, but not necessarily fatal
The fire did slight damage.
THE DRUMMER 16 IN JAIL.
Xlls Marriage 10 n Yutmg Olrl Freventod
by ITor Ilrutlier.
Sabatooa, N. Y., June 26. Frank
Andrew, a commercial traveler, having
a wife anil children in Albany, has '
been paying attention to tue 1 i-j-enr-olil j
daughter of Reuben Burnett, u prominent
liveryman here, for a year or more, rep
resenting himself to bo a widower. Tho
girl wanted to marry him and her pa
rents gave a very reluctant oousent. The
f ither, on going to Albany yesterday to
satisfy himself that all was right, met
Andrews' wife, learuoTh tho truth and
hurled back to Saratoga.
In tho meantime Andrews and the girl
had boarded a train and Btartod north.
They were traced by telegraph and fol
lowed by tho girl's 22-year-old brother,
lie overtook the pair t.t Whitehall and
compelled Andrews to return with him
at the point of n revolver. Tho father of
tho girl was at. tho depot on tho arrival
nf the train last night and was barely
prevented from shooting Andrews. An
drews is in Jail.
BlorKiui'Hlrou Wnrlci Iturnetl.
New Lo.ndox, Conn., June 20. Mor
gan's extensive Irdn works In this city
were dostroyed by Ore yesterday. The
loss Is estimated at from 75,000 to $100,
000. NEWS OF THE DAY.
Prince George of Grecco left San Fran
cisco for tho E.ist last night.
Tho next annual meeting of tho Now
York Press Association Hill he held at
A fire during the morning burned tho
Culver Bloek tn Naugntuck, Conn. Loss,
53,800 i partly insured.
Tho Phoonlx Cigar Factory of Chicago
has removed to Detroit, owing to tho
The Vnncehoro Wooden Ware Com
pany's Mills at Vnncoboro, JIo., wero do-.
Btroyctl by nro at lu a, in.
Joel iM. Booth was run over by a cablo
car ot the Hoxbury Quarry at llllford,
Conn., and Instantly killed.
A combined strlko ot tho butchers,
bakers and grocers of Paris has orcated a
good deal of excitement In that city.
At the commencement oxorcises at
Amherst, tho degree of B. A. was con
ferred upon 09 graduates and that of B.
S. on 7.
Emll JIarqnozo & Co., leather dealers
of Boaton, have assigned to E. L. Read,
president of the National Exchange Bank
of that city, Liabilities estimated nt
$300,000 to $400,000.
William II. Latimer, of Orange, N. J.,
has been arrested on the chargo of em
bezziug $3,700 from the Orange Building
and Loan Association while socrotary of
Tho Court of Appeals of New York,
Stato has decldod in favor of Syracuso
in tho matter ot securing Skaneatclos
Lake w.iter. The decision ot tho General
Term is reversed.
The dispatch sent from Trenton, N. J.,
that a decision had bean rendered In the
caso of Harlng vs. the Stato of Now Jer
sey (tho pool selling case) Is untrue. No
decision has as yet been given.
Chief Special Agent of tho Census
Thompson, chnrged with tho collection ot
statistics of manufactures in Phlladel
phis, has boon removed The ground for
his removal wasdlsobodtonco of orders.
Colonol Thomas Fitzgeruld, editor of
the Dally Item of Philadelphia, who
has been traveling In Europe for tho
past two months, died suddenly In Lou
don during tho morning from an attack
of the grip. His son Writor was with
him, and every effort was inado to savo
his life but without effect.
WAsniNQTOK, Juno 2(1. For Now England,
Eastern sow Vork and New Jersey: Fair;
stationary tomporaturo; westerly winds. Fair
For Westorn Now York: Fair; warmer)
NHW YOUIC MAltKUTS.
New Yohk. June 6. Money on call loanoj
easy at S and BH per cent.
4 Us, 1801 lleg lua 100
412s, 1801 Coup 100 100
4 sU0O7 He-- ll8M n0H
4 1807 Coup lloTfi llbjj
Canadian Factfto ISli TU
Central Faoiau 31 30
C&lotwfo, Bur & Quliioy. bW SOU
Delaware a Hudson iu l'Ja
Del., Look. & XV ostern HUM 130
Erie Ig8 104
Erie nref SO
LakeWre W IfW
Louis. & Nash T8 TOf
Mlnhloun Central Ml 83
Missouri Paoiflo. 00M
Now Jereoy l entral 108W 1
Northwestern 10-1)2 1
Oregon Navigation 70
Book Island TOfci
Union I'aolflo 4814
Western Union Tvii TUfJ
July. Aujf. Sent,
Wheat 101H WlJ. W1
Corn l42 u
Butter- In nun demand and steady. West
ern extras lKo.
Choose - Ktouily, Btato, factory, now, full
cream, choleo wfilto, 8Jc.
Ugus - Dull. 8tato fresh, It Cliea.!
westotn fivnU. 17aUHa.
fljglic.t 0( a jn Leavening Power.
'a. , jsssm I OWfcSw
PROSTRATED BY GRIEF
Young llrokww'e t'nrenta Completely
OviTColnn l.yHIa tlrAlll.
t)io Branch, N. J., June 20. Mes
sages of sympathy and aoudolence are
pouring Into the Ilrokaw cottage at Kl
beron from all sources, hut this had little
effect to console Mr. and Mrs. Brokaw,
who are prostrated with grief over the
death of their son, Frederick Brokaw,
who was drowned while trying to save
The bright young athlete and student
of Princeton College Is spoken of on all
sides as a hero in so bravely sacrificing
his owu life.
Mr' Brokaw's grief is heartrending,
and it la feared that his mind will lie af
fected He is utterly prostrated and au
der the cure of his physician.
Cant. Wordell, of tho live-saving sta
tion, who recovered tho body, says that
young Brokaw was not drowned by "the
girl, but was seized with cramps tn the
stomach. His hands were folded across
his chest, as it he made an attempt to
float vhen tho cramps seized him. Ho
had been playing tennis and was over
heated when he plunged Into the wator.
The funeral services will be held at
tho Brokaw cottago Sunday afternoon.
Tho Interment will bo in the imily
vault, Mt. Pleasant, N. Y., Cemotery.
ANOTHER ENOCH ARDEN,
A Husband Ilnt.triia After 31 Years
Oliillil Ills lwlco Weil Wife.
Look fort, N. Y., Juno SC. In 1800, on
the shores of Georgian Bay, re
sided Thomas Tlsdale, with his wife
and four children. One day Tldale
went fishing and his boat was found
capsized. His body never turned up, and
Mrs. Tisdalo and her children mournod
tho husband and father as dead.
Mrs. Tisdalo subsequently married
William Davis. Mr. Davis died, and,
utter n season .of mourning, tho widow
beoamo Mrs. John Copeland, settling in
her old age at Tonnwanda.
A few days ago a man with tho snows
of 70 winter resting on his brow called
at tho house of William Tisdalo at Sjin
born and announced liiniself ns his
father, longed supposed to bo dead, Mrs.
Copeland was sent for. Sho know tho
old lover and fell swooning into his arms.
Mrs. Tisdalo refuses to return to her
ARMED MINERS DRILLING.
They Will Itealst Any Attempt to
Tliclr rinces With Colored Mini.
Tacojia, Wash., Juno 20. It was ru
mored hero Inst night tho minors dis
placed by the colored men, Imported from
tho South to take tho places of striking
miners at the Glllman, Newcastle and
Franklin mines, nro drilling lu the
woods dally. From authentic sources
they nre said to be armed with rifles, and
a combination hns been effected between
men thrown out of work from tho
dlffcrout mines, so that nny attompt to
resume work nt any uua ot the mines will
result In gathering tho entire forco of
armed miners for resist inoe. Residents
hero are awaiting the results wlt'i
What the Druggists say
of Heiskell's Ointment:
" When h a are rtAked to recommend a prepara
tion for bkia illwiwo, we Imntl out II kikk ell's
Ointment, with even confidence of itasuccefa
ful treatment of tho disease."
J. C. IIkoick, 6 Main St., Butler. Pn.
'I have been wllInK IIeiskell's Ointuknt
for oleven years. 1 1 dvufl unh ereal autlsfuctloiiw
It will euro Tetter.
(I. W, IUckknberoer, Balnbridge, T
"We have evidence of tho curative propertiei
of Heiskkll's Ointment here. It is u gootf
Flkminq .ft Knler, Tarentum. To,
In all skin diseases I Invariably recommed
XIClSKKLL'ti Ol N TM KNT. "
J. J, Kfil, Sbarp&burg, J'a.
"TIribxvtxM. Ointment rures when all els
fulls." McCleixan tfc lttiiD, Freeport, I'a,
"Ukiskell'h Oivtmknt nells on its own
merit " II. B. Uu,tin. KUtannlni', l'u.
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
All persons are hereby warned
NOT TO FISH IN TOE DAMS !
Belonging to the
Shenandoah Wator Company,
aud all parties caught violating this notice
Prosecuted ns Trespassers.
Ily order of
If you contemplate
clal Schcml. It will
nav vim to visit tne 'UUCIIIERTK.It HIIHI.
Nb8 UNIVEIW1TT before deciding where,
thoueh v.iu may Hro a thousand miles awuv.
It stands at the head of the list or commer.
oiiil ecnools In Its character ns an educational
forre, as n medium lor supplylnK the buslnees
men of the country with trained and eanable
aMlirianlJ, as a means ot placing ambitions
young meu and women on the high rout to
euccefcB, tinu in me fxieut, eiciinco unn cost
nt 1U equipment. T)ioroiiKliCOMMUlU'IAI.,
HllUlll U.IN1, AniU'ltAUllUAlj liMtllilSll
t'OUUHKS, Tlie Twenty-seventh Annual
Catalogue will De raullca to nny addrees.
WILLIAMS Sl ROGERS,
1T K. BRIOKER, U. S)
PHYSICIAN AND STjIIQEON,
So. 9 Bast Centre Rtreet; Mahanoy City, ia
Skin and all speolal diseases a specialty,
T H. OOYLK
tXHs ItetKUll'i liDtkllii(,eorBr Mats and Centre
M. itAMILTON, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
M West Lloyd street, 'Hhenacdoah
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 18S9,
T1 Qi'tiersl I'xeciitlv.i llnnrd Deliberate!
AlVout Antncnnlslne; Mnjnr JNeRltllajr.
Oklvmbi's, O., June 85. Tire General
Executive Board of tho Knight of tabor
is In session here to-day. There are In
attendance Oenerul Master Workman
I'owderly, Jo'in Devlin of Detroit, Mioh.;
A. VC Wright of Nloftara, Ont., and J.
W. llsyes of I'lilladelobla
TKa man In n 1
will eonttnue for several days, and,wlll,bt
an inipurtant one in many rospects.
It wlll.lie decided whether Major Mo- I
Klnley shnll be denounced or antagonized I
because Trei!ilent Harrison refused to
allow the reinstatement of the dis
charged plate-printera at the Bureau of
Eugravin and Printing at Washington.
Mr. Devlin said "that no fault could be
fonnd wltli McKlnley personally, as he
had expressed sympathy with the men,
but if antagonized at all, It would bo as
a leader of the Republican party, whose
head, President Harrison, had refused tho
demand of organized labor."
RAILROAD DIRECTORS FREE.
Arqittttnl of tho omolnls
New York, Juno 25. Nono of tho 13
dlreotors of the Ne;v IlnTon liailroad in
dicted for a violation of the statutes in
having the company's care heated hy
stoves will spend his summer vacation In
Judge Van Urunt In tho Court of Oyer
and Tormiuer, after two days spent in
.hearing tho testimony of witnesses, de
emed tlint there was no ease ngalust 11
or them, and that they snoulu not nave
hcon Indicted. Whatever evidence might
he presented against President Clark he
thought it tit that tho jury should pun
upon. Io ordered a verdict of acquittal
in tho ciso of the other defendants.
After four hours of deliberation tho
Jury decid.'d that Mr. Clnric was no moro
guilty than the other defendants.
It Is Enid will soil anything, thin it
true In a measure; but for utaylng
qualities,- merit ia tho test. Ertcmilve
advertising may sell anything whaitt
tt is now or unknown, but after It
comes into general uso, it Is judged
according to Its worth. Tho continued
aud steady growth of Swift's SpeclOo
U tho-best evidence of Its excellence.
It Is moat popular wlicxo it is heal
known. Every bottle sold, soils ton
others. Every one that takes it be
come its friend, and rccoinmandi U
to their acquaintances.
Treatise on Blood and.Skln Diseases
SvfUT Sl'BCurto- Co., Atlanta, Gn
ninttly diMM))r. ftud in ten at Icn two-thirds
fiviii ursi ion svm
(rortomtwreroovw. Send for FREE ROPtI M tr,'V
moniaUorrelfTry n fiy O (ft ol teu(D l.y i.tt.i. It
kculout rurtj. I LR UllI 0 AirftUhcJ f fttt you oid. r
trial, vnJ u cents to t&nm to iuy pr ite.MKtaM
TH15 SEASON FOR
nmxa AT IIAXV,
Committeemen shnuld bear In
mind that the Herald office
Is prepared to do all kinds of
at the moat reasonable ratcp.
Give us a call and obtain our
prices. All work done when
promised and in n satisfactory
A New "Venture
Has opened a
AT No. 218 N. CENTRE ST
Hales of assorted goods, notions, hardware,
glassware, eto etc.
Goods Irom all parts ol the county solicited
J U POMKHOY.
OtDoeBeddall'i bnlldlni corner Mala and I it
rhllndolphla AVInn an Kaay Oame rrom
1 3 0
llatterlrs -Nlcholta and Hennetti Thornton
id Ck-uaenU. I
at kf,w yohk. i
Itattorios-ttuslo and Iluckleyi I,ovott and
Cincinnati w o o u u u ""-"i
llnttortee- I.ubr and Rowmaai Mullane and
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0
I'lttsburir 0 3 10 0
0 0 3 4 8 X- 8
0 0 0 0 0 04
riat'er1,-Baklln and Fields! Uoatln ana
The Nstlmml 1mio Haennl,
CJiiM. Prn. Jnt CI
Slew York..3t 80 .80S
Mileage... .31 al ..106
Kston ....SO M .KIT
Sevelaml.,88 87 .600
RirdfcS! w mi
Tloston 0 8 0 4
tlaltliunre Jl n 0
Itatteries- O'nrlon and
rulsvlH0. 1 0 0 0 2 0
Columbus . 0 0 3 0 0 0
Ilatterles-Bell and Oali lib Knell and Dowse.
AT ST. lOOS.
St. Ixiuts 6 i
Cinvinn .1 1 1
llattories-Stlvettc and Munyan; Dwyerand
nu6. iron. IHt. (Tl CTittn. n"im. hmU CI.
noton....37 31 .038 Coltiaibus...30 3.1 .470
Bt. Ixuls..40 SI .tWft Atbletio....36 31 .424
llaltlmoreM 1 ,5Utj Iii'vtllc....26 40 .3111
Ulnclnn'tl.11 30 .508 Wash'to 1U 37 .33U
llatterles-rrieken and Brown and Hess;
Cougbllu and Qutnn.
Now Haven 4
Doran und Wilson.
lllauvelt and Urqubartl
Ilntterlos Qertnan nnd Murphy; gtaib and
EK AT TOOT.
liuihong. Magulre and Wells s Anilersop and
Ithaca's 'Vnrelty Crow Win ttio Trlnnsti
Inr Itnco in 1'nst Time.
New London, Conn., Juno 2(1. Tho
Cornell University crew covered them
selves with glory by winning from tho
University of Pennsylvania and Columbia
crews in tho fast time of 14 minutes, 27
1-B seconds; thereby chopping off IB 1-2
seconds of the best previous time mado
on tho Thames rlvor course by any of tho
college crews. Tho conditions, however,
wero favorable for fast time, tho water
being smooth, a strong current running
and the wind Mowing so as to be of the
most assistance to tho racers.
Tho race was probably tho most ox
citing over rowed here, the Pennsylvania
crow dovoloplng unexpected strength
and rowing bow for bow with tho crack
Cornell crow for two miles. Nenrlng tho
finish, howover, Cornell spurted In mag
nificent form and drawing nwny from
their opponents easily won by four open
lengths. Columbia was n bad third, fin
ishing live lengths behind Pennsylvania.
Tho poor Bhowlngof Columbia was n sur
prise as they bavo shown much better
form in their practice.
A Glrl'a ltrnitilkaln Fut.
Bosto.v, June 20. A dispatch from
Iicudficld, Mo., says that Julia Adams,
aged 15 years, has boon Hi with Inflam
mation of the bowels for twonty days.
During the tlmo sho has taken no food,
nnd only ono swallow of wator, and has
slept less than two hours In twenty-four.
She says she does not feol tho need of
food or sleep. The physicians are doeply
Interested In tho caso.
The ruerst llHmnrlt I.oworn tho Itecord.
Socthampton, Juno 20. Tho Hamburg
American Packet Company's stoamshlp
Fuerst Blsmnrck, from New Vork, arrived
hero at 11:10 o'clock a. m. Time ot pass
age, 0 dnys, lii hours, 10 minutes. Do
ductlng 1(J hours for tlmo botween
Quecnstown nnd Southampton, makes It
5 days, 21 hours, 10 mlnutos, which Is
the fastest eastward passugo ever mado
by any stoumer.
Failure of a Wall Btreot Finn.
New Yoiik, June 20. Q. W. Stetson
& Co., of CO Wall street, hnvo made an
assignment. The firm was organized in
16S0 and Is ongngod In tho iron and
railway supply buslnoss. The liabilities
of the firm are about $100,000. Tho
failure Is assigned to the tightness of tho
money market. Mr. Stetson Is a brother
of Qrovor Cleveland's law partner.
The Sanaational lilaiuoml Itobbery.
New Yohk, June 20. An arrest has
been made In oounectlou with tho recent
sensational lobbery of diamonds from
the ustablishmcuc of E. J. Denning &
Co., during a fire at that plaoa William
II. Conklln, age 19, a olerk lu the employ
of the firm, was taken Into custody
charged with the crime.
Knlifhlsor Labor Maetlng.
Colchbus, O., June 86. Reports of the
ooramltteas engaged the attention of tho
Knights' executive committee all day.
I'roiHleut Hae and Beoretarjt Mcllride of
the mluers appeared before them. The
MoKlnley u at tor wilt not oomo up until
to-morrow, ti.e secretary announces.
l'slutcrs i.rnl pl,torrs May Strlko.
riTTbUl , .lll'jf -
and pi uii ri tin
jectea the m n'j n
nud nr 1 1 uii,; n.'
man thav mU likely
The boss painters
city havo re-
1 s ina tlmo aifo.
v rule for tbfir
cause a strike in
.i Ut) (.old
',i i j l. ,u heeu
o i o i-ia nave
I 1 a u v u i i rttWlBI.
l.1 Rl IVJli HAVIMWaawu , aei i a i '
snd JIaulro! Sanders ,rthUit MX ifit'. ji.
u o o o o o o- i w nu Wk-tffsSKT- i ! .
Macbeth's " pearl top " and
" pearl glass " lamp-chimneys
are made of tough glass that
costs four times as much as
common glass! and the WOrk
on mem cosis a goou cicru
morc & the work on com-
mOn ChimneVS, JUSt as tilts
work on a dress is propor
tioned to cost of stuff.
The dealer is right in saying
he can't afford to sell them at
the prices of common gtas
And what will become of
his chimney tradeiif his chim-
neys never break ? He is apt
to be wrong there. He cm
afford to charge a fair price
and give new chimneys for all
that break in use.
a talk with him. '
Qio. A. Macbeth & Co,
W. L DOUGLAS
1 i and othor wncclnl.
3 & ffl Jr El J"",,'0' Gent''
H" ir" Lallc,i li;.,iuonur-
rantod, snd m atsmped on tiottnni. Aitdresa
IV. 1j. I(OlI,A8, Kroekton, Mnaa. Soldb .
Joeopla 33 II,
rsyj ando to. Pa
SO olh-r : I -leu
V'bteUtter l-.i,aUnn iMajaoad llraad.
mond h-.i-Iin lied naA ' Id l n'lioX
i a it u-.. lake 1
fftt if tinilfli rwi i tu ,,'u.
imir tlumt At Itfiiarl'H.' refill Ia.
i MtauoiK for mrii-Hiitra. u-.Hu ulrUa hot
Roll of f.t- I,ut!lt'.M4Mfr f I. .i.n
MnlL Ht.OiMI i til lOltUtl an J'.i,.--.
Tli. .) nt t Hull,. 6 ( 'irfi-fiil
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wi auiMti i isii'iing ir at rc u nan trrom or iraui otoiwoi
tB1 trial uhIhuirI 'ltPl'ant,nt,jt'i,.t andoSil or mmII tttd.
no tntttr who f.Heii if iw' onc jirM rurvl in 4
10 10 dtx. Karuosn lioiptts' t-riierliocu tn Oermant, Ki
ItO'l, Trtuvt md AutfiUi "crltOc,tet and d'u it prais9
tti (C fW tv I.! I to in fthcrl alng rtoctor, whs
9 at ctn -roTe j mrkltklH, km iefle tnl
p)riaaee mod l-o cap abnr i mutir ft' ntt pinitut-nilT
cared u loan at r qntc'ra All !vt-' fr? flociora
rulnltbem. Sfu.l aj.aminp fjr Ih.uH rulIHl" an la worn
lasUmonllrii4ln qv It n 1 o In niiluK Jfton uh
tBfr flM Rbilniuiliilcut BuirutU-- a. i J t"itimt iiini it.. If
eiirlbOi, titer o nut poontti nnJili ir achinif ui n.fuo fling
uutaef or frior. Ity lalka u'J-l ii.. ir ohap aud worth '. ilrui;aj
Mlther cf whloh rnn a yoii, hut nr uat -t aa Aecnjt and roioli
in rulu of thoitoan la ..r kui j tins vttnhu timet llm Be
EvarjdtT fruiii w A It tiP.M. en)t;8to9 WitiitidJ)
and 8t.tarda.jr Kvemnca 'n i. -- is, Huii'Uf Trotn to 12. Tl
KafiBce.ajai V dif-laj t'i H-Miir la J'hila. Tiiu.
CHUISTIAN WORK I
run National TBinuhK. Washington. I).
O., tlif Orenl Nntlonal Weekly for the Homo
and Fireside, will shortly begin the publica
tion or a lucliiy Inteicsting (erics ot articles
on the roi (ill Ion, development and riospecta
of the tevrr.tl churches. The articles and
their contributors are:
Roman Catholic Church. Curdlnnl Gibbons.
Archbishop ot UhIHiuoio
Meinocist tpiscopai tnurcn, jiiiii-ip jouh x-,
Protestant Episcopal Church, ltlgnt Itev. Leigti-
tou Cultlnun, a. T. l).,h. L. V., Illthop ol Del-
Presbitcrlan Church, llev. Dr. II. M. SIcCrao.
lieu, Chancellor ol the University ol the City
ol New York.
Unitarian Church, llev. toward Everett Hale,
trio dlxllUKUlshtd author.
Evanncllcal Lutheran Church. Prof. E. J. WolU.
ot tne UettyfcbniKHemlnarj .
Congregational Church, ltev. J N.Whlton, ot
the Trluliy Clmroli, New York City.
DiDllst Church, Hobertu alcArtr.ur, I'.n , pas
tor Calvary Iluptlst Church, New York City.
Sub' crlptlnn tirlce of naper tl a year, tlireo
months contnlnln theae artlcfes.ano. Address
THE: NATIONAL TRIBUNE, Washington, u. v.
..bta tiubhlwl with thot nnnoylutf Ii' il" n
ri.luo. :.tlr tollowi'.c . to l'i .: 1 , ' -
v.iiuliiuial Weak'.w iM'fu'lrw tn.r " 1 'i ...t
FEMALE REGULATING PILLS.
ltirHr H'raDifHiwuii.-t ti) o entirj aj-w . i, rs
oaa, viator kill nmtiit tic foicfltohll fm. 1 . t ' Y
iuA piiud. Brut y n ui' m urs vmt ' ! '
(jREEN : TRUCK I
Ousters, Clams and Poultry
Kecelved dally at the old reliable
North Main SI, near Lloyd.
Wholesale nnd Retail.
ftonlos, fes'lvnls nnd private parties sup
plied In quantities at snort notice.
J. J. U "AKKRA . ',' "4
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