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Is tliQlieiuloctittoof thoSeliuylkill
QOrtl region, thirteen miles from
the comity sent. It Is on the
lino of Uio I'lillniUlplilu mid
Lehigh Valley railroads,
thus olltring tqccelluiit
facilities for tiavel.
Not iulte -llioui'tt
rltlefrom the city
It possesses the rentest in
ilucemcuts for tho location
of fuctorlrs, mills, &o. Kx
cellent water supply, fuel plen
tiful nud ohoHpur than nviy.
wliero elte. Biliiunljoitn,! ntl
vnntaftoa uuBurpnsspt, Pure nlr,
pure water, eleclrlo lights, &o.
A Ufa Prisoner Pardoned
Actors, N. July 0. Jnmos C. King,
n -well-known metropolitan lawyer, sen
tenced tjv life In 1874 from New York for
murdering the man who broke up his
home, lifts been released from Auburn
prison, on a special commutation granted
by Governor Hill.
Labor Lander Make a Tost Case.
Boston, July 0. Henry Abrahams,
Secretary of the Central Labor Union,
wasi In the Municipal Court lined $1 and
costs on tho charge of unlawfully deliv
ering an oration on Frunklin Park, July
4. The case was appealed to the Superior
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frpm which tjio excess of
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audit is Soluble.
aro used in Its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
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or Sugar, and is theroforo far moro
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IMPORTANT NOTICE i
All poisons are hereby named
IT TO FISH 1 Till! MSB !
Belonging to the
Shenandoah Water Company,
andull parties caught vlolatlDg this notlca
Prosecuted ns Trespassers.
Dy order of
ICOLAY HIT HMD
Coloiiol McCluro Still Sticks
to His Story.
HE REPEATS IT THIS MORNING
Prosidant Linoola Wanted Andrew John
There Win Jfo l'yJnillco Against Sir
JInuillu Hie ,Wir l'rrsldenl's l'rlvnto
Fcorotiiry Mnrejjr n Houtlno Clark Ills
ltcmoval Wu SiUicliiby FrloniN.nr tho
Administration An lutratlne Mlsputs
Philadelphia, July 9. The Tlmos
this morning publishes tho following
editorial written by Ool. McCluroi
"The Ignorance exhibited by John O.
;Nlcolay in his public telegram to tho
widow 'Of ex-Vico-Presldont Hamlin, Is
equalled only by Ills arrogance in as
suming to spook for Abraham Lincoln In
matters about which Nlcolay was never
consultod, nnd of which he had no more
knowledge than any other routiuo clork
about the White House. I do not regret
i that Mr. Nlcolay has rushed into n dis-
pute that must lend to tho clear estab
1 llshmout ot the exact truth as to tho do-
feat of Hamlin in ISM. It will suroly
greatly impair, if not destroy, Nlcalay's
hitherto generally accepted claim to no
curacy as tho biographer of Lincoln, but
he can complain of none but himself.
"I saw Abraham Lincoln at .all hours
of tho day and night during his Presl-
I deutlal service, and he himself abundant
i ly testified to the trust that existed be
' tween us. Having had the direction of
his battle in the pivotal State of the
Union, he doubtless accorded me moro
credit than I merited, ns the only success
in politics and war is success; aud the
fact that I nover sought nor desired
honors or proflttfrom his administration
and never embarrassed him with exac
tions of any kind, made our relations tho
most grateful memories of my life
"In all the many grave political emer
gencies arising from tho now nnd ofton
appalling duties imposed by internecine
war, I was ono of those called to the in
ner councils of Abraham Lincoln. Ha
distrusted his own judgment in politics,
and was over careful. to gather tho best
counsels from all the varied shades of
opinion nud interest to guide him In hla
conclusions; nnd there wero not ouly
scores ot confidential conferenoos In tho
White House of which John Q. Nlcolay
never heard, but no man ever met or
heat dof John Q. Nlcolay lu such coun
cils. Ho was a good mechanical, rou
tine clerk; ho was uttorly inefficient aB
the secretary of the President; his re
moval was earnestly pressed upon Lin
coln on more than one occasion because
of his utter want ot taot and fitness to
his trust, ond only tho proverbial kind
ness ot Lincoln savodhitn from dismissal.
He saw aud know President Lincoln; the
man Abraham Lincoln ho nover saw and
never knew; and his assumption that he
was the trusted repository of Lincoln's
con fidontlal convictions und efforts woul d
have been regarded as grotesque a quar
ter of a century ngo, when Lincoln nnd
his close surroundings wero well under
stood. Johnson's Nomination Desired,
"I now repeat that In obedlonce to a
telegraphic request from Abraham Lin
coln I visited him at the White Housa
the day before the Baltimore convention
of 1804. At that Interview Mr. Lincoln
earnestly explained why the nomination
of a well known Southern man ilka An
drew Johnson, who had boon Congress
man, Governor and Senator by favor of
his State, would not ouly nationalize tho
Republican party and the government,
but would greiitly lessen tho grave dan
gor of the recognition of the Confederacy
by England and Franco.
"Ho bollovod that the election to tho
Vice Presidency of a representative
statesman from an insurgent State that
had been restored to tho Union would
disarm the enemies of tho Repabllo
abroad ami romovo tho load ot section
alism from the government that seemod
to greatly hinder peace, No intimation,
no trace of prejudice against Mr. Ham
lin was exhibited, and well I knew that
110 such consideration could hnvo in
lluencod Mr. Lincoln iu such an emer
gency." BIG COLLIERY FIRE.
Throo Men Fatally Injured by au Ex
plosion or (Jan,
Lancaster, Pa., July 0. John Horsey
nnd John Pickmonti wero fatally ami
Christopher Shoffstall sorlously lujured
by an explosion of gas at tho Greon
The inner workings wero Ignited by tho
explosion and assistance has been sum
moned to aid in controlling the flumes.
The mine Is one of the largest In tho an
A Telegraph Oporntor's Fatal Error,
Newbuho, 0., July 0. Two freight
trains on the Cloveland, Canton and
Southern Railroad collided near this
city early in the morning nnd Peter
Hamuion, one ol the conductors, had n
leg broken and was Injuied so hudly
about the head that he may not recover.
Ed Rpyor, a brakeroan, had ono log broken
and sustained internal Injuries, from
which ho cannot recover. Dave Drown,
nn eugineor, and two other men wore
badly hurt. A telegraph operator told
both conductors to go ahead.
Ills Ilemalns Identified.
Roxdout, N. Y., July 0 Tho remains
of tho man found drowuod In the Hud
eon River off Ulstor Landing on Sunday
were Identified last evening as those of
Rudolph Fix, a German saloon keeper, of
Syracuse. The identification was made
by the brother of the deceased. Tho
dead man was a baoholor, 55 years old,
and had frequently threatened to tako
his own life.
A Convent Dsstroyed by Fire,
Montreal, July 0. A dispatch from
St. Hllulre, Que., says the Convent of
La Providence, commonly known as
that of tho Sisters Gadbols, situated on
the Richelieu River, below Beloll, was
completely destroyod by lire during the
Treasurer Nebekor May Resign.
CnAwroni)3ViUJt. Ind., July 0. There
Is a strong probability that United States
Treasurer Nebeckor will resign. At
least this Is Intimated by bis brother-in-law,
F. M, Dice ot this city.
rtidicst of all In Leavening Power.
FIRST GIRL AT YALE,
Irene Ctt Will Xtu.lv With Ffftonn
NonwtOH, Conn., July 0. The only
certificate of nd mission which Yafo Uni
versity has ever granted to a woman has
just been received by Miss Irene W. Colt,
of this city, tho daughter of Gen. J. B.
Coit, formerly Congressman front this
Prof. J. D. Seymour, of Yale, notified
Miss Coit, saying thnrt she hud p stl the
examination ratlsfuotorlly and would be
admitted. The young woman will bo
tho object of much attention among the
1,500 Yale bachelors.
AN INDIAN EXECUTION.
A Seinlnolu Qulokly l'at tu Death Tor a
THLEqunA, L T., July 0. Unrest, n
full-blooUeU Sointnole, was executed yes
terday on the council grounds of the
.Seminole reservation nt Wihakn, A
month ago Unrest quarreled with an
other Indian, aud chopped him to pieces
with a boo.
Ho was tried and convicted by tho
council, tiuil at noon ho was led to a low,
fiat rock and a bandtge tied over his
eyes. Ho was not otherwise bound and
was as unconcerned as the traditional
bravo in warpaint. Two Indians, chosen
by lot, each sent a bullet Into his heart.
There wab a painful upraising of the
shoulders, nnd Unrest was still.
His executioners ran quickly to him
and laid him upon tho ground. Ho died
In two minutes. Tho body was burled
on the edgo of the couucil ground.
PROBABLY A DUEL.
Herbert ltismuroV May Challongo Connt
Berlin, July 9. --It Is reported In dip
lomatic circles that unless Count von
Munster, the Germuu Ambassador at,
Paris, denies the story clronl ted by M.
de Blowitz to tho effect that the late Em
peror Williutn was desirous of getting
rid of Prince Bismarck, aud that tho ox
Chancellor's advancement of Count Her
bert Bismarck, his son, was a glaring
Instanco of nepotism lu politics, he,
Count Bismarck, will challenge the Ger
man AmbnssadortOglvo him satisfaction
on the field of honor.
To Study tho lilblo.
Lockport, N. Y., July 0. The 15th In
ternational Bible conference met at
tho Queen's Royal Hotel at Niagara, on
Lake Ontario, to-day. There are already
1500 delegates present from Canada, tho
United States and England. Prominent
Bible students will conduct the studies.
The sessions will Inst eight days and aro
hold In a pavilion overlooking the lako,
the Niagara River and old Fort Niagarn
on tho opposite bhoro. The Bible is stud
ied from u purely theological standpoint.
And TU have H m cow.
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A SHINE LASTS A WEEK.
RAIN AND SNOW DON'T AFFECT IT.
NO BRUSHING REQUIRED.
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USED Wf MEN, WOMEN AMD CHILDREN,
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ASK IN ALL STORES FOR
Win. Stain old New fuhniturk
Will Stain Glass and China warc
will. Stain tinwarc
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Will Stain baby' Coach
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THI5 SEASON FOtt
jimxo at jtAsn,
Committeemen ghoiild bear in
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is prepared tu do ull l;liuls of
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Give us a call und obluln our
prices. All work tlciie when
promised and In a entlffactory
Pnallw rtulnUlv. PflrmnnAntlv Reatarad.
"Weukneee, Nervou.neee, Iletjltlty. and all
the train of ovlle from early urrorsorlater exoesnes
tbo results of overwork, sickness, worrr, oto. Full
strength, torelopmont, and tone given to ever;
orgau and portion of toe body. Simple, natural
methods, luimedtato Improvement seen. Failure
Impossible. 2.0UO references. Hook, explanations
ERIE MGSIOAL OO., BUFFALO, H. Y,
Ts Tthis Srv '
U. S Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
WAsntsoTnx. July B. For !fe Rutland!
Showers; stationery teniiemtUre: northerly
For Kastern New York: Fain Slightly
warmer 11U Friday; northerly winds. Fair
l'rtlay anil Suturilay.
For New Jnrsoyt Showers; sURhtly warmer;
fair Frtunyt northerly pales.
For Western New Yorki Fair and warmer till
Friday nlifht: northerly winds.
KKW VOUIt SIAltKHTS.
Iv'bw Vohk. July 8. Money on eall loaned
ml' at Hit aud 3 per cent.
4U, 1S81 ltnr 100
4(1. IBM Coup. 100
4 li, 1B07 Hrg- 11SU
4 s, 1K07 Uoup 110
STOCK MA 11 It KT.
Canadian Pacific , Si
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Chtoaiiio, Hui. b Qulnoy Sn
DelHwaiT & II udaon 1 SW
l)el..I.ack. & Western I!)i
, Kile ID
Jilke Shore 1UH
Louis .V Nash 7j4
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Oregon Navl-ratlon TO
1'cicTlio Mull an(
Hock Idatid 7'Jii
St. Paul wM
Union I'oclflc 44
Wetern Union nti
nutter In more deiuind aud steady.
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Cheese Stonily. State, factory, new, full
croam, choice white. So.; Ohio llut, 5Uc.a7c
Urgs-Dull. State frash. lUc.ulbJG o..
frusTern fresh. 18o,18c.
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Swift's Specific is tho great
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naturo in development.
Thero is no tonic for child
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Send for our treatise on Blood assl
Swift Svecu'io Co., Atlanta, Q.
6lct neadacho and rollove oil tho tronhlsa inci
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Dlzzlnees, Kausca. DroTPsluess. Dletresa after
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reaarioMo success has been shown la curing 4
UtiSnehc yet Carter's Iitlla Liver rilU ara
equally valuable In ConaUpatlon, curing and pro
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correct all disordors of thostomachtlmnlate tho
liver and regulate tho bowels. Evanlf theyonhj
1 Bauer from this distressing complaint; but f ortu
stately their goodness doos uotend horo,and thosoi
Trho oncatry them wUl find these little pUla valu
able In somany ways that thoy wiU not bo wll
ilisg to do without them. But after idlalck boat
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weinakoourgreat boast. Our puis cure it whUoj
others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills aro very small end
- very easy to tako. Ono or two pills xnako a dose.
They are Btrlctly vegetable and do not grlpo or
purge, but by their Ren tie action plaasoaU who
luethem. InvlalsataScentai flvefor$l. Sold
ly druggists everywhere, cr cent by malL
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it. i" 1 1 i
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A YlAllI I umlmaVe to lirtvfl
a-tiftuy fBtriyiiitflllrnit n u of lt)nr
wht) run re tut ttutl uriU'.and who.
Initni'-lloii.wHl wxk intluatrioualj,
iu tin Tltrr IbuuoiTKi llkr
,wl.trirltif tlvaI vt'llalaoriirnltli
trariietl I A
laLilitatn.vB. l-uiil and auickl
ii j . u i mi rani iiioi mnimfc
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P H YSIOIAN AND StiJtQBON,
io:9Knst Centre Utrcet; MahauoyClty, fa
nkln and all special diseases a specialty.
Thoy licport Another Fight
"With Balmuccdn's Troops.
DENIAL FROM THE OTHER SIDE.
It is Olimned that tho Insurgents Ara
Short of Men and Guns.
An OvoTOlielinln-r Msjorlty In Favor of
tlm SlcOnrlhyltes' Slim nt Carlnw Par
nrll Sitys lie Will 1'lght On Ilia Itrason
for tlm Defeat Tim yueon Wants to Ite-
Isn tliH Kftlser's Nperoli.
Wasiiiscotos, July 0. A cablegram
from Iaulnue, signed by Federloo Krra.
rurU, MlBistor of Foreign Allaire for tho
Insurgents, was received by the repre
sentatives of tho Chilian Congressional
party here late last night.
It states that the army of llalmaceda
while advancing from Cbnuimbo to the
Valley of Httasco, was met by the insur
gent army at a point four leagues south
An Mittageiaent, the dispatch goes on
1 to any. took place.
After a fieree fight tho llalmaoetllsts
were driven Imok. The triumph or tne
insurgents was compl ete.
INSURGENTS BADLY OFF.
They Are Said to bo Desperate anil Short
New York, July 0. The following In
formation from Callno, has just been re
ceived by tho commission house of Ste
yens & Co., In this city,
"Passengers arriving from Iquique nnd
Valparaiso stale that tho situation of the
Chilian lusurgente Is desperate, lhey
aro without money, and tho I r vessels are
in bad condition nud without ammuni
tion. "Tho army, which comprises from
8,000 to 4,000 'roles,' do not rcccivo their
pay. The Insurgents have been nblo to
obtain only SOU rules, In bnd order,
bought nt Panama. Most of tho Inhabi
tants of If'iilque, Plsngn and Antofngasta
have emigrated ta Southern Chili or to
PARNELL BADLY BEATEN.
Ills Candidate In Ciirlmv Defeuteil by tho
Jlt-Coi thylti .
Dcdum, July 0. Both factions of tho
Irish National party wero surprised over
the rosult of tho polling lu Cnrlow for
o successor in Parliament to tho late
Patrick O'Qormnu Mnhou.
It was n sweeping victory for the
JlcCarthyltes; their oatulid tte, llr. liam
mond', receiving 3,755 votes ns against
1,530 cast for Sir. A. J. Kettle, tho candi
date ot the Parnollitcs.
In tho preceding oleotlon O'Gormnn
Mahon (Nationalist) was elected without
Parnell declares that ho will continue
the struggla and that tho JlcCarthyltes
will bo disappointed If they expect that
he will toko himself out of tho way.
Parnell attributes tho rosult to tho Ignor
ance of tho voters aud the lullucnco of
NO HOPE FOR SPURGEON.
Professional Jealousy lias Causod is Ilow
Amou-r Ills Doctors.
Losdo:, July 0. What Is sorrow
fully fearod to bo tho deathbed of
Charles Haddon Spurgeon 13 unhappily
the occasion of an incident of profession
al Jealousy exactly similar to that which
was witnessed at Lord Bouconsfleld'H
Dr. Gcorgo Hugh Kldd, tho famous
Irish surgeon, practlouer nnd writer,
who attended Lord Ileaconsfield, is also
in attendance on Mr. Spurgeon. Ho is a
man of very broad views, and is an ad
vocate of homeopathy as well as of tho
orthodox systom of treatment. Conse
quently Sir Audrew Clark, Mr. Glad
stone's physician, who was summoned
in consultation, has declined to attend,
just us Sir William Jenuer declined to
give his services to Lord Puaconsfleld for
the Bsmo reason.
Mr. Spurgoon has ofton ralltod from
severe attacks, but nover befora has
his vitality sunk so low ns it Is now.
In his delirium ho fancies that ho Is in
the south of Frauco, and calls upon
those about him to taku him home.
This morning thero was no signs of
Improvement, and Mr. Spurgeon is suf
fering extreme prostration.
THE KAISER'S DOINGS.
HoDInst Snbuiit Ills Oultlllilll Speech tu
Londox, July 0. It Is roported that
tho Queen has stipulated that the Em
peror William of Gormany shall wrlto
out tho speech which he Is to make at
Guidhall to-iuorrow In reply to tho ad
dress ot welcome which will he made
there on behalf of tho corporation, and
submit It to Lvi .ilajesty for approval.
The Kaiser waato to moot Mr. Gladstono
personally, and an attempt will be mado
to bring them toizether, if Mr, Glad
stone's health and engagements pormit.
It is said on good authority that the
Prince of Wales actually hud a baccarat
Sarty at Windsor on Monday night, tho
lalser being an intorestod onlooker.
Pulcer Cnuseil Hla Ituln,
Meiudbn, Conn., July 9. George II.
Tuttle, traveling salesman for Warner Si
Co., ot Hartford, clothiers, has been miss
ing from his home in this city slucu last
Thursday. Ho ran two clothing club-i
here and had takon lu about $8,000. Ho
had $1,500 of this in the bank, but drew
it out some time ago. It is said that ho
lost heavily playing poker. His wife
nnd child are without means of Bttpport.
The members of the clothing olubs who
have paid in their assessments and not
drawn art) the loners.
Mr. andjlli-s. rarnell's Itecoptlous.
Londox, July 0. Mr. nnd Mrs. Par
nell propose shortly to glva a series ot
wedding tecepttons, Owing to the dis
tinguished suolal position of Mis. Par
nell's family lu England, the receptions
are not likely to bo a failure, so far as
English attoudauoe is ooucerued.
Jlardsley lu tlin Kastern Penitentiary,
PrrrsBunu, July 0. John Hardsley, ex
City Treasurer of Philadelphia, was
ltt-nt-irht. tn tho Kastern Penitentiary last
evening and began his 15 years' sentence.
xue iraaster oi tuu pr-Buuu- mt mauo
so quietly that hut few knew anything
about It at the time.
Thf nntmvnnpR nf tirertkinf
lamp-chimneys need not be
Get tough glass chimneys.
Macbeth's "pearl top " and
" pearl glass " are tough
against heat; they do not
break, except from accident.
They are also clear, trans
parent.not misty or milky; they
fit and stand upright; shape
and proportions are right to di
rect the draft upon the flame.
- They cost a little more than
rough and wrong chimneys of
common glass that break con
tinually. riUemiri. OlO. A. Macbeth A Co.
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thou coatliiK from .ihi to
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hoatnk'R, binooth inttltle. heavy threu soles, extcu
slou cd'. ono pair will v.nr ajoar.
thU prlco; ono trial will couvluco thaao
who want a shoo for comfort and service.
- "nn p.-.iiu w oi iiiiiirninn'H sbora
LV mm nrn VPrV fttrmiL mill ilnrnltln Thnon isrl.n
havo given theiti n trial will wonr no other make.
DfsUfil &JUO mill 91.71 school shorn am
tlyj worn ly the boysever Wieic; thcysoll
on their merits, ni tho Increasing sales show.
i nfiioc MUU iiiinii-HiMra snoc. icsc
raClU I vJ Donuol.l. (?rvtvllh: tKiiuiInl.r. n.-h
liTiivortctl shoos cotlnefrotu 31.UI to Sd.ul.
limlUV.tt.ao. 19VS.UO 11111I $1.78 shoo for
MlMes are tho liest fine Dnnftoln. stylish nnd durai ilc.
t ituiitiii. oee uiai v. j,. uoukias' name alia
rlco tiro statu pe on the lottom of each shoe.
V. L. UOUULAS, Lrocltton, Macs.
TosoplX 33 All,
The mt rfllMblfl nrl iBo.ni u
isvlUt for Ut.icui:i olfcoi
t' lCKRS, H'ctchei. Plmplti, Bora
Month, Throat, IrtttiUso. fictvld
hira, InQiiiniaMl in, Kldai ft
Ititddor.LoiiTlulttj, Wk h--tr
Priptmls. rilsii. llelmchnlr
Wtitntsi Debility, Tmptln 1 Hrmory tndDsieay.&trtolarct,
aJltiiitneirMu'ilns 'com juuthfnl errr or from OferworK
0U1fYounr MlUdlo Aged don't aaffcr soy looBrc;
ore la ecruiu, no eipenmi at 1 hive ivtryttilni known tm
m Jleil aal mrelokl oienoc,'ibitlnsitc tod old enti noiu i (rit.
D9sttler wbiifstlkditilerntonoe. Frcib cue corct la 4
lo 10 At. j : Europetn llMplttl experleniM In Oerinftny, kne
nil IS yetra pnetlctl eii-.rknee 10 SOD euti cured jotr ij.
sipcrlessM tad who cd how a mny patUcU permaii cut
car mi kis sMt-T qjcm aiiu siyriuioit aooiori oil
rutnil tliern. Sto I i J. sump for Uwk "TEUTH" lOtfTtt
(Mtltoottiali eiimafnj qvueks ul ittrlU1m doctor itlt
their tw and wtuilulmt ajuamtstoca aol fatlmualala, t lr
ipricDo,iiu'7 uo not pomttNi ana lueirKDiuiti 01 reiunair.K
mon-y or rrlLJly talhi apii tliUr cheap tod wortbloa drv
n(tbr of whtoHotit'tayou.but i aaadudeeoyi and taunts
la rulo of ttitUMbd of onullJlng Tletlota. Owcr Hdlm,-
Evtryiiy from WA.H loll' M ,retloa Sto9. Wcdoetday
tut ridiuiiUy FLttiloj fr .jiif-io, Hualaf from 9 to 13, TJ
KcfvrcDCLtaea WedLta-la and Halurdajr rLila.llmsia.
Wo, tho undersigned,
nro tntliely cured nf
Runtnre bv l)r J. 1).
MAYKH, 831 Aich St., l'Mla. Thomas It.
llarluug. New Hlugguld, I'a., I. "-"niult, South
Kiialtin. Pn . I,. I A (?. A. Deiurck. O ov I'a..
11. U, Htanley, ISIBprucePt , Lfliannii, Pa ,A.
Schacldcr. Locust IJalo, I'll.. 1), 11. Noll, Limn
Idlu.l'a., Wm. E. liar fiisllnp. PhoenlTiile,
l'a., W. M Uluharh, 6S1 Waslili gton Ht.,
llcndlnjr, i'a., J. O. lymo, 181" W. Howard Ht,,
1'arrls! ur, I'a., C. Ktehn, Donnluesvlllr. I'a.
Dr. MAYICIl Is nt Hiuel lVnn, lte(liU)!, l'a.,
on tho 2ud Katurduy ol tach luoulh, Cull to
If you coptrinplate
I rial foliiHil. Ii will
pay ynu to visit, the 'Hi ( HJ-hTl-11 num.
N1K UN1VKIW1TY betore d- cldlnic whi te,
though yii may live n thou-auii n lks uway.
It Hands at Hie head of the list ol ci-itinu-r-oinl
icnols In Its chataclrusun edm uitmal
fone, as a medium lor supplylne the i tinners
men or the country with truii.ed and mpuulo
aslKtanU, as a nifans ol j,l.irlna ntnt.liiou
young men and woinfn on tlie h'tiii ro dto
success, mid In the extent, eliKBi.i i nd cost
ot II e nulpniPiil. ThormiKli I'tiMMKHi Ml,,
XHOKTilA.Nl ANI PKAlTll Al , I.M I.lMIt
C0Uli81-i, The Twetily-Kvenlll Atiuual
(Jataloguf will he mailed to any addrffcs.
Wll I IAMS Hi RDRPR5
Or tbo JLIqtmr IIhI.H, INMllUt f.r 4iuou
liaUuilnlMrliMc Ir. ItMlutV
JoIi1ms Mi! tic.
It ts raanufooturad as a powdnr, whi oh can he given
tn a flams of beer, a oup of ooftee or tea, or in iou
without ths knowiiialira at iho nutittni. Ii isahmlutAid
bairmleiM, aud will offsxt peiutsuent ant! npeay
curss, YYuoiuci mo jsnitcu i inpaeraiu aiuintr or
analoohollewraok It has bo en gln iu ti.ounondij
of oM, and in every liutanoe a pertoot cure Una followed-
It never Pells. Tho system uaoc i.ul i
ed with the 0puaiUa.it beuameean utter impuaioUlty
for the liquor apputito to siut.
48 paae hook of pwUoulore fire. To be hod 0
C. H. HAGENBUCH, DrugaUt, ShPnandoEti
J K rOMMUOY,
I TTORNEY'l T-LAW.
oaioe-Beddsll'i bnllrtlng corner Main and Caatit
I , . sdv
II , tl NqUMr
" I I-i"
WHY IS THE
Wh l. douclms