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M1DDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO, PENN'A. MAY 22, 1884.
"ONLY A r.V'U.EiVS DAUGHT2B."
"She's only a fnfiiHT'n daughter,"
A KtyllMi Incly wil.
With ii Hnornful glunce of her hand
Ami toof liuutchty head.
(She frilled and flounced ami furbe
lowed In the wry latent tylc;
llr hfil wim a wonder of crimps and
Ami her train Kouiethiiig less than a
Her Itamln that tparkle with many a
Were hipi'ly ami fair to view
An they well uilk'ht be, for no useful
Were tliy ever allowed to do.
To lir her talk of the "lower class,"
Of their fin atfainttt propriety,
Of "her family," ami of "country
Ami her horror of "mixed society."
One would think that anions her an
Hhe numbered at least an Karl;
(Her father wan once a carpenter,
Ami her mother a factory girl.)
TIh-v sny xlie in brilliant and beautiful
I will not their words deny;
Jtut ah! tbo farmer's (laughter
1 fairer far to my eye.
8hc is not in tbo height of fashion,
Hut Ih very becomingly dressed,
With flounce enough for comfort,
And they look as if made of the heft.
Jlirth and innocent happiness
Out of her blue eyes shine;
Her hair is untortured by crimps or
Aud wears it by right divine.
No mother toils in tbe kitchen for her
While she on tho sofa lolls,
Novel in band, dressed in her best,
Receiving her morning calls.
A share iu the boat and burden of lift
Sho willingly, cheerfully takes,
And duty, mid love, iu that happy
A pleasure of labor makes.
And though you
may smile at this
I have seen her with hoe
While she planted the corn, or waged
war on the weeds,
When man's help was scarce iu the
And her flowers well, this summer
vou'll see them yourself,
Asjoi ride past the farm on the
And mark tbo home, covered with
roses and vines,
The work of this Martha or Mary.
And I'm sure you will say, spite the
verdict of those,
Who Jive out in fashion's gay whirl.
That "only a farmer's daughter"
OXJ,V A KKNSUU.K OIRL.
Heautiful faces are those that wear
It matters little if dark or fair-Whole-souled
holiest)' printed there.
Heautiful eyes are those that show,
Like crystal panes where heart tires
Beautiful thoughts than below.
Heautiful lip are those whose words
Leap from the heart like songs of
Yet whose utterance prudence girds.
Heautiful bands are those that do
Work that is earnest, and brave, and
Moment by moment the long day
Heautiful fset are those that go
On kindly ministries to and fro
)owu lowliest ways, if Uod wilUit so.
Heautiful shoulders are those that
Ceaseless burdens of homely care
With patient grace and daily prayer.
Heautiful lives are those that bloss
Hilent rivers of happiness,
Whose bidden fountains few may
r-LitttWt Liviuq Aqe.
It Is said Mr. Blaine reoeivos
eighty cents a volume royalty for
his book. About 100 000 volumes
already have been ordered, so that
tbe writer U euro of 80,000 for Lis
Good old Aleck McClure bardlv
knows bow to trockla tbe Demooret-
lo party (bis year. no la ia tbo
predicament of tba man who was io
doubt how to approaob tbe mule i if
came op ia front, tbe animal
would see bim and mo away, and if
no came op behind, tbe male would
let fly at bim with its beda CM-
THS CHARACTER OF LINCOLN.
From Maine's Uook.
"Mr. Liucolu," bo says, "m
calm aud philosophic. II loved
tbe truth f jr tbo truth's sake. He
would not argue from a false pre
roire, or be deceived himself or
deceive others by a filne conclusion.
Me bad pondered deeply on tbe ie
sues wbicb aroused bim to action
lie bud given anxious thought to
Ibe problems of freo government
and to the destiny of tbe republic,
lie bad for himself niurkod oat a
path of duty, and be walked in it
futrleasly. His mental processes
were slower, but mote profound that
thoso of Ponglns. lie did not souk
to say ruuroly tbe thing wbicb was
best for tbat day's debate, but tbe
tbinjf which would stand the test
of time and square itnelf with
eternal jnslico. Ho wisbod nothing
to appear white union it was wbite.
His logic was severe and faultless
He did not resort to fallacy, and
could detect it in bis opponent, and
expose it wilb merciless directness.
Mo bad an abounding eonso of hu
mor, ninl ul ways employod it iu il-
nstraliog of bis orgiiiuont,
never for the mcro sake of prorcot
ing merriment. In this respect bo
had tho woudotful aptness of Frnuk
lin. Ho oftou taught a great truth
with the felicitous brevity of an
.llsop fable. His wordu did not
(low in an impetuous torrcut as did
those of louglas, but thoy were al
ways well chosen, deliborato aud
Mr. Lincoln united firmness and
gontleness io a siogulur degree. He
rarely spoke a harsh word. Heady
to hour argument and always open
to conviction, be adhered tenaciously
to tho conclusions which ho had
dually reached Altogether modest,
ho bad oouGdenco iu hicuBclf, trust
ed to tbo reasoning of his own raiud
believed iu tho correctness of bis
own judgmont. Many of the popu
lar conceptions coucorning him are
erroneous. No man was father than
bo from tho easy, familiar, jocose
character in which he so often paint
ed. While he paid litDo attention
to form or ceremony, he was not a
man with whom liberties could be
taken. Tbero was but ono person
in Illinois, outside of his own house
hold, wbo ventured to Address bim
by his first Dime. Tbero was no ouo
in Washington who ever attempted
it. Appreciating wit and bumor.be
relished a good story, cspocially if it
illustrated a truth or strengthened
an argumout, aud be bud a vast
fund of illustrative anecdotes, which
be used with the happiest effect,
Hut the long list of valgar, sala
cious stories attributed to bim were
rotailod by thoao who never enjoy
ed the privilege of exchanging a
word with bim. His life was, alto
gether, a serious ono, inspired by
tho noblest spirit, dovoted to the
highest aims. Humor was but an
incident with bim, a partial relief to
tho melancholy which tiuged all his
years. He presented an extraordi
nary eombinutioa of mental and
moral qualities. As a statesman he
bad tho loftiest ideal and it fell to
his lot to inaugurate measures which
cbuDged tbo futecf millious of living
mon, of tens of millions yet to be
born. As a manager of plitical is
sues and a master of tho art pre
senting them, be has no rival in this
oountry, unless one bo found ia Jef
A BLIND SPOT I N 70UR EYS-
There in a spot ia yonr eye that is
not sensitive to light, a part of the
eye with wbicb you do not eeo. The
fallowing directions for fiiudiog it
aro going tbe rouds of the papers
and may be new to some of our bays
and girls. Shut your left eye and
with yonr right look steadily at the
cross below, holding tbo paper ten
or twelve inches from the eye :
Now move tbe paper slowly toward
the eye, wbiob must be kept fixed on
tbe cross. At a cortaio distance tbe
other figure tbe letter O will sud
denly disappear i bat if yoa bring
tbe paper nearer it will come again
into view. You may not suoooed in
tbe experiment out tbe first trial,
bat with a little patience yoa can
bardly fail i and tbe suddenness
with wbie'a tbe black spot vanished
and reappeara Is very striking.
A cup of bot water taken, just be
fore rising and retiring ia a sure cure
I believe in the treroendone soul
power that inspired old John Brown
whether in tbe death'dcaling barri
cade at Ossawatomie. or on the mar
tyr's sea (Toll at Charleston. He
was the ono who came 'early In tbe
moruing of a great political refor
mation, ero tbe twilight had whiten
ed the heavens with its silvery
bronze, aud rolled away the great
stone, when immortal Freedom
came forth, full panoplied, revived
and glorious and ascended to her
glittering throne in tbe skies, while,
as in the drama of renteoost, cloven
tongues of fire came down and rest
ed upon ber opostlos. 1 believe in
the overpowering influence of godly
woman i in woman t in woman suf
frage, in both chnrch and Mate, and
that the man does not live upon tho
earth who can advanco n rational
argument ngainst that proposition
Why may not a woman vote, I pray?
Solely because of hor sex ! Aud
n bat, then, it sex 1 An ordination
of nature for tho perpetuation of the
race, wbicu is unkuown in tho
theocracy beyond tho grave. It j8!
not tho poor, perishing body that
votes, it is not the frail hand that
bears tho inscription. It ia tho im
mortal, iudestructiblc, godlike, vex
hxi onl that which is to livo on
and on forever iu impel ishablo youth
long after tho lust surviving star
sball bavo Uown in terror from its
oibit and perished in the lifeless ex
panse of the dosert boavens There
is uo distinction of sex among tbo
angels aud tho great company of the
redeemed ; no marrying or giving in
marriage ; no birth death in the
shiuiug throng that worship round
tho Throuu ; and there no trno sonl
was over yet divorced from tho ten
dor bosom of its love. 1 believe in
tho symbolical motto of tho Caidon
ari, or mountain, charconl-burner
of Italyltovougo on the wolves that
devour the lambs." I believe ia tho
sorcery of a single laboratory, like a
lonely cyclop forging at his anvil. 1
bavo faith iu tho patriotism that
nervod the aim of Charlotte Corday,
and iu tho might of tho spiritual
which iuepired John Knox. It was
a single human mind that fonudud
tha pyramids, which for four thous
and years havo stood scutiools over
tho oucient secrets of tho Nilo. It
was one mind that reared tho dome
of St. Peter's like a pantheon hung
in tho air that swung tho hnndrod
brazen gates of Thebes ; that drovo
tho locomotivo through the cold and
cruel heart of tho Alps ; that train
ed tho teriiblo lightuiog to work un
der the sea. I have contidouco in
the electric inspiration which a red
hot human heart cau cast abroad
over an intelligent, reading, think
ing peoplo. Finally, I boliovo ia the
gospel of Retribution. That
"Time, at last, sets all things even.
There never yet was human power
Tbat could evade, if uuforglven,
The patient watch and vigil long
Ot him who treasures up a wrong."
AWOMAN'S LIFE IN MEXICO-
This is tbe first year that ladies
evoa Americans, oould walk through
tbe street of Mexico alone ia the day
time without boiug grossly insulted.
They look her straight in the eye
and eoy whatevor they ploase. As
to their owa wivos, they are prison
ers always. They are never permit
ted to walk or rido out for a moment
without their husbands, unless the
need is very imperative. One call
from any gentleman will compromise
any married women ia Mexico. It
is not believed to be possible that a
woman caa innocently appear alone
upon tbe street without ber husband.
Au American lady, wbo boards at
the Hotel Inteibide, tells me of a
Spanish-American wife there who,
though as well as imprisonment will
permit, bas not been out of bor room
oace in. seven weeks, except to go to
church (confessional doubtless) once
on Sunday. Her meals are sent to
her. To see American ladies out
shopping seems to these tyrants and
victims a degrading spectacle.
I wouldn't like to bo a young girl
in 'May-be-co," as tbey call this land
or a young fellow either. It is
considered indecent for them to
speak to each other till they have
virtually booome engaged, or to see
each other without tbe presonee of
third parties till tbey are married.
To behold a Mexican youtb at first
courtship gaging laokadaisioally up
at a brown gill a hundred feet dis
tant on an upper balcony, whom bt
bas never been permitted to upenk
to, holding bis steed immovable Mid
gazing ' up, on bis bead colossal
bat, brave with great ropes and ara
besques of gold, on bis leg! breeches
of some fioe stuff, gorgeours with
silver buttons or coins down the logs
in doable rows, holding- bU; plaee
with unwinking eye an hour at a
time and coming there day after day.
week after week, rain or shine, es
pecially rain, drenched to tbe skin,
persistent aud passionate well I
kaow few more edifying sprctaclep.
Id two months, if be is lucky, bo
will bo able to get iuto tho house
and sit iu tho "frout room" with the
old folks. And in two months more
bo will marry her and lock bo top.
THE WOLF AT THE BOOS.
Under tho leading of "The Wolf
at tho Door,'' tho Meadvillo Repub
lican of a recent duto says : Wo
have always felt a kiud of curiosity
about what an Indian would do with
bis money, providing be should gel
snQiciently civilized to earn more
than enough to buy fire water and
blankets. Wo have found out. The
annanl distribution of annuity goods
at Lac Court Oreille reservation hac
just been mado to 1.0J0 Indians
there. The ludians of this reser
vation bavo beeu extensively engag
ed iu logging during tho past win
ter, and have banked about ls0,0l'l)
worth of logs. Thoy are well fed
and well clothed, some of them hav
ing realized from $'2,000 to $:),UO0
from the sale of their timber. All
havo beeu at work. And how do
they spend it? First whitkej, and
secondly let the agent's descrip
tion ausner ; "They came up in
broadcloth and kid gloves, with gold
watches, chaiues and seals, to re
ceive thoir dolo of ten pouuds of
flour and threo pounds of pork per
capita." This ia progress with a
veugeacce but it is tho progress
that, next to the Leer g!as, keeps
the most of our laboring folks poor.
There ia u multitudo of railroad
men, aud machines, and carpenters,
in this country who work hard, get
good pay, but never have anything
ahead. It is nothiug under the sun
but their "broadcloth and kid glove''
policy which causes it. In our
neighboring oil regions oiou are
earning as drillers aud engineers
biff pay, but a driller with anything
ahead is a speculator who isn't gray
beaded. They build a shanty and
put a Brussels carpet oa tho front
room uud buy a piano. Thoy don't
always havo two shoots on tho bed,
but they aro pretty sure to bavo a
bed stead as high as tho ceiling.
Tho children don't always kuow how
to read, but at least ono of them
takes music lessons. Every driller
carries a gold watch, whilo his oui
ployor geuerally carrius a silvor ono.
Lot those mon lose work and they
would not bavo enough ahead to
keep the fimily in jobonycake for a
weok. Over in the Ohio miuos a
weok ago tbero was a strike. Tbe
men bad no work for a month. They
bad boon earning $3.00 and $1.00
per day, bar two weeks after tbe
work stopped, nearly every family
bad to be furnished food. TLey
had lived it out t not ia fine clothes
or fancy furnituro, but bad actaally
eaten it up, "Why," said the owu
er of the mine, as he truodlod pork
aud beans and potatoes around to
them, "I can't set suoh a table as
these fellows do. They buy straw
berries at seventy-five cents a quart
and eat lattace ia January. They
won't bo botbored with a pig, and
I bave to raise a drove to keep them
from starving when out of work."
It seoms a pity that tbe "poor In
dian" should bo taught whiskey
drinking and extravagance at the
out set. Tbat when they do make a
strike, as in the Lao Court Oreille
reservation, there should be no
more sensble to follow than those of
extravagant show. Tbat tbe next
thing they learn after drinking i
throwing away their money, but it
is tbe example that most of our oiv-
iiizea luuorers set, so wuak can-we
expect from tbe nnoivilizod t "Lo
tbe poor Indian, and lo, the poor
white man. '
A young woman arrived in Balti
more from Switzerland en route to
Uruguay, South America, to meet
and marry ber lover. It might be
supposed tbat one 10 far away
might bave esoaped entirely, but
only a select few seem to bar any!
ackio tLUl world. .
A DOCTOR'S TRIBULATIONS
If a doctor dresses woll and wears
a high hat, people say tbat be is a
medical dude. If, on the other
hand, be pays little or no attention
to his toilet, then be is accused of
lack of dignity. If be goes into so
ciety, attends balls and parties, then
tbe impression is that be is fishing
If the ph)sician visits bis pationts
wlilu tbey aro iu good health he is
accused of attempting to sponge
Uo comes to tbo bouse in order to
be invited to d;nnor. If, on the oth
er band, be never comes unless be is
called, the inference is that tho oul)
use be bas for bis patients is to make
money out of them when tbey are
sick. If tho doctor attends chnrch,
of course be is a hypocrite, who is
trying to work on the religious feel
ings of the community. If be docs
not attend church, nothing can be
plainer than that he is an in tided or a
socialist. If the doctor's wife docs
not return the calls that other ladies
make on ber, then she is putting on
airs, turning up her noso at bor bet
ters, &o. If sho does return the
calls, then sho is plucking patients
for ber husband to shoot at.
If tho doctor's horso is fat, that is
n sure thiug that bo bas not got
much to do. If tbo animal is ema
ciated, ho is a bruto for not taking
bettor care of his horse. If ho drives
fast he is trying to croato the false
impression that be bas boen called
to tho bndsido of some important
patiout- If ho drives slowly ho does
not euro a cont whether or not hU
patioots dio beforo bo gets to thorn
If tho pationt recovers his health, he
is iudobtod to a kind Providence, or
a strong constitution, or to the care
that was takon of him during his ill
uess. Iu no case is tbe doctor eu
titled to auy credit for tho rocovery.
If the pationt dies, ho was undoubt
edly murdered by bin physicians. If
tho niodicul mau is sociable and
talkative, tho people eay we do not
want A doctor who tolls everything
he knows. If bo ii a silent man
then they say a doctor should en
courage bis patient to bo communi
cative. If lio talks politics they sav
that a doctor should havo no poli
tics ; and if he does not talk politics
thou be is a snoak and a timo-server
wbo cither has no opinions or is
afraid to owu up what bis politics
really are. If tho doctor docs .not
run his horso to death when ho is
called, bo ianot taking sufficient in
terest iu tho ciibo. If ho does not
send iu his bill, bis object is to pre
vent bis patient from engaging an
other doctor. If ho does seud in hi
bill, ho is in a fearful hurry for Lis
money, and so on to the end of the
TIIIN3S TO BE REMEMBERED.
Bed bug poison oil of sassafras
Hats and mice avoid chlorido of
Clean ooarse comb with a broom
Yioegar will remove lime from car
pets. Worm-wood will drive oat ants.
Salts of lemon will tako stains
Flace camphor gam near yonr sil
ver to keep it bright,
$alt, if applied immediately, will
prevent ink Btains,
Wash whitewashed walls with vin
egar to make paper stick.
Frozen bouse plants will revive
when sprinkled with crmphor water.
Tobacco tea will kill insects on
plants and is good for the plant.
Water as bot as caa be takea is
excellent ia casos of vomiting.
Sponging the bead with lea will
prevent the bair from falling out.
Rub your stove-pipe with linseed
oil, keep ia a dry place, and it will
A littlo milk in the water in which
you are washing yonr dishes is much
nicer than soap.
For damp closets and cellars, put
shallow dishes of uoslacked limo.and
Do not always keep your piano or
organ closed if yoa want tbe keys to
For bouse plants i Put a piece of
raw boef in the bottom of tbe pot
before yoa put dert in it.
Nearly 40,000,000 pounds of ma
i pie sugar were produoted in this
coon try last year. , Pennsylvania
Implied 2,8GC(01Q pounds
J AMES O. CUOUSli,
MIDHLEBf ltd II. V
All htn.lt f ntrn.'.fil lo tli1 rliir.
ueir prompt iuatlua. Cvnalltlun in r
Qiao tml tinKllnta. I. l 'dj.
Attorney and Counsrlr at Znr,
Si to Pl.t: iu ii(.ii,;ia,
al let t-ni sod all nldrr I lri fro
l tticnilcil to. CoixullatluB la, iDilltk
Oariuau. IJ-I pH
t?(illctl"BI and all otbor lnnl l ualot)'. lrnni
Ijf Un.lJ lo. UaDiallalluai Id Bfllta urn
All ailDCM tnlru.lcJ m till mt wlll.lt
promptly atttoiltil lo.
j"j 'oTdTsitrichT "
'aito k i: v a r . I. a u
Market St., Selinmjrvvr, Ftt
All protanlonal l.untiM promptly atuttfed
to. DoDiuliallooi la tingll.b ami Ionium
J li. WUNDEHLY,
.V il.1t . nr. SiiiiUr C ,
Caa koonialli-d lo KokUab vr Merman,
i E. DOWER,
Oollo'tiiBi taado. UooiallatloDi la Kni-tlta
an itiimiu. .loiio 3. '7K.tr.
New Berlin, Penn'a.
Prnf'i.loi 1 hiiplnca mlrntloil o hu oro
rill r. ."! p-i'ttipt allrntloa. Jua W.'id.
V I LHICH,
ouuniry a, wouiisriiur-iii-uaw. i
.. I. A 11. . T
Otlca In Api' HmMInu nno .tool NortL ,!
KriMtu1! MoT ML
SclliiK.it , I'enn'
Oollertlona ami fcll. otbor prol. aaional l.uai-
neaa l aollolle.l and will raerlvea'.ieiaajiu,.k .
i.roinut attention. Api.ll.'T- tl
ATTORNET AT LAW.
MII)HL.KIIl'K(, HN YbUK l?t PA
oitera bla Profeaalonal Kervtroe to tbo pnbll
tlonaultatloni la tnullab and (lermaa.
A.W. POTTER, & N. I. TOTTER
A TlOn.YR YS A T LA W.
Solinsgrovo, Pa ,
Olfi-r Iholr prorMlnnalerloa l. tho sakllo.
A II litil l.ualnoaa entrusted tn their rare will
roonlv pniinpt attention. Ufflcr on Main Si.
Tl OK N E Y AT LA W.
i i no an I nllerthif on
Irnaioil to hi raro will ho promptly ativod
ml In. t'n lie i"onnill-d In KnuH'lior
(Inrinnj. OfUoo OD. Market bquaro.
II. (i III MM,
and Disi'Kicr a rniKNKY run sn dik
I'lrt ltiii k I'll.
ronmlutluo. la ;tintb KuglliU anil'lerman
LanK'iniieu. Oct. a, led.
JOHN II. ARNOLD,
Attorney nt Inw,
I'ruroirloiikl tnalnoaa enlrnnie I to bla caro will
lio pri'Uipily attrntloil to.
ATTUKNEV AT LAW,
Odor! till prnroielnnal aarrlooa to tho puhllo'
AM tiuaioe.a ontruaim to in care w III le
promptly attended to.
tAMUKL II. ORWIG,
A T TO RXK Y-A T LA W,
I.f ulalfura, I'nlon Co., In:
llffltn on Marknt Street, one door oait ol Cam
Doe. ;o, ;s7T.tf.'
E. HUMMEL. Prop.
Comfortable and ityliah epnipatea aluaya on
kaad. frlooa r.aaoDable.
WHnlrd fi.r l b I.lv.a n
all I ho I'rrelileiila ol tho
S. 1 he iHruPit Imiu).
Miint'.t heat liook ever
mlil lur tli ii n twice
uurprlio. Tho ruati'at k'lliii lunik In Amcrlra,
liiunon.o prollia to ai(iiila. All IntelllKOiit pen
pliiwuntlt. Any one ran lipnune a enrcrMliil
aitunt. Tnriiii Irue, 11AL.LLT1' lioulw I'll.,
I'urt Innil Mulue.
FREE for TRIAL
HANOVER'S SPEC1FK). An UBMIloa and
apoedy euro fr Nervosa Debility aud Weak-
ueaa, w,t oi vitality ana v iitor, narroui
Pruatratlon. lliaterla. nr an evil reaall of
Itillarretlon.oioeai. overwork, abuaet of Alnr.
hoi. lohaooa, a.0. (tiror lorty ibouaand peal-
-Seml 160. Pol
eTSond I6o.poata(0on trial box of 100 pills
A.l.lr.'ia. llll. M. W. IUOON.
t!or.t)lark lit, A. Calboua l laco. UbleaBo, III
Surgeon Dentist !
Orrina in FntiKLia laaAB tsb Uarot
Everything belonging to tbe pro
fe.aion done Iu the beat maDDOr. Allwor
warranted. Ternia moilerate.
Ho will alao attend to bualnaat overy two
wooki at Coolrevlllo Troielvllle, fclekTor.
owa Adaaabarg aid 1'aa-tenTlll
Slnth Street, Bouth of Chestnut.
W. PAINE, Proprietor.
One aqnare South of tho New I'oat Offlpo, on
hall K"re from Waluut 81 Tbeatro and In tbe
very bualneea eontro ol lb4 city, tint tho Ami
an and Karurxan i ent. Oood rooma from kt
o rei dayKcKOieled tad B'wly fnrnli
1 .- - J U LJli
J II. MYERS,
' PHYSICIAN AND SUQGE0N.
OfTort bla profil..iil orrlci t In (ho eltlovaa
. lli-nf .rt. a an.t UlBltJ. Npetkl taglli
J Oersiaa. Ufico at bit reUi no m Wa-t
MalDMIiaat. Apr. 1, , f.f.
J W. SAMI'SEL,
TTara Ma pmroa.lnaal aorrltoa talk olllioa
u(nnuiian,TlclDltj, Aag. t.'tj,
Q KIMSAU HASSINOKU,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Oflrra hla prof-a.lnaat aartl-ta In Iko cltliaaa
of M.,lllmrnU '! tlclallj.
I.' Oi co In i
J (JRIER 1SAUUKU,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
MiiMlf btirk-)l, Psiiti'tv
OSrre kla brtiUaalraal aortlaea lo Iko tltlioao
oi si itiuirburg ouil vninlij. ninto a ft 0"ro
w oat ol tbu I uurt Uno. In A rai'lJ'a
Hnt'lD0e CPkH'lUo oi V"lH
JJU MA RAND UOTHKOCK,
Fremont, Snyder county, Ps.
Ortaatof ItalllanoioCelUi ol Pkyilolata,
and Sumt..n. cDn Mr tufaitl. oal aorrlao
lo iko public Sprakl Lvs'lak aud faorinaa.
March, 11, l&kl.lf.
J J J. SMlTl
Physician A Surgeon,
Iitavtr fyrinM, Siiytlir County, fort
liflara kio prolr.aloaal lorvlet) to Iko till
Oltlco vs Mala airrot, JaaoU't,,
JR. J. O. YAUNK,
riiTflrlan nnd Surf,
lHTra bla prtifrMlona I arrrlw lo ka otllaaaj
ol Attoinatmrf and tU loltf, Aui.k,'HMf,
J.J J. KCKUERT,
P.orM0,,. ,.,.. nrolBB.w ...
' MatM 'IS.
J F. VAN HL'oKIKK,
"ovv..iua ain iiahrai,
Nails at tlX.rl'.wi.
2 1-i Tents
I.rwl.' Pare Wbltel..ad alttUMIied Palake
II ci'lor., very low .
l.or loeka .1 aud IS ceota oaeli. Tbaat
lal. live el 4 au.l bcrnta each.
roiir.pr an lunit bamllra Maanra Furka el
and AO .-.fit. r.rhraal .teal, ilootl.
I .ora--baddlrd (ri'U 8b&vela allt and W eoula
Good Sets of AxIps at t2.50.
Iloo.l Hlrkcry Telh.w. at TS cenia rer aaf.
fi.ii.il Vit,li,l Hi, koivll',.eirtal Ta rente.
Krlalit Nfrliiua k', l "', .out, par nnna.
1'lui.heil Hickory Shall. at 40 aiid.oulcenu pat
liaab l-eatUr. lull, l'uok, Kubl .r, Trill
Lower than ever won known.
worde. r'.wa I'arrlagoa aJ Tar' Uvlla aleanto
Ih. prirr of her Irou p.r p miii.I. J Ak cr erile
liisiriip Ilor.o lilauk.la.t r c.ula eaek.
Tw'..trp " t$
IIUA.Ili K ihra, l.i p ftnh.a Whl'f k -
low. i .11 i.1 a,o H em. M r are ao Bf Iko
larK.l aiot k if i" ud e ever auJ.
rrom 4 Inrhra loS lucbei If i ..
Yon nerj nil make Iliein any mu. Woao
Ihoin at alioui the price yon pay for Ibe rvued
Iron, Think ol 14 i z I, Me. blo. lloite,
aquar li.alaaud uuli and aerewafur 10 and li
Great Eednction h JliaiJs & Stalom
Nhaileaalti, frlngad and aoolloped, Uom
Tim nrw .lyl.a nf Iado, I'lnlvreaqne aa
Acilatli- Sbadee, litauillul lo iI.siku aud.flnlak
Horse iShoes at $1.15 Per Keg.
Kte.letid Iron Harrow Teetk. Tool Bteelnev
Or aa a. low.
t'.ili.r Tuba, nalr.nltnl and Iroa bamli. P.lnl.
rd r.ll., hup l..ilili.ra, Metrhra, Tw'n.a, fap.r
llri;.,ir., Ai-.t ucver were ae low Iu price aud at
(ood In Mualilv.
Rifle, Mlnlnc, Eavlr.'nar Lwad, Rhol, oka,
10.000 PIKCKS WALL PAPERS.
From five on ta a boll up in any price yoa
wantlheui. No trouble to bi.w tliem. Coooe
and look at lli.iu Ifyou rinu'l .ul tbeio, Jnal to
tar how l.relty ih.y are. r.alera, C.ellofa,
lir.cV.la, Vlm-.t Siylluaa 10 pi. lu and (III.
)nr rtllv. r Ware Caa.a wlllaoou be open for
In.pvclloh. A full branch of ll Hullon ware,
Kulro., k'nrk. Caaiora, tve, will be cneued ak
unh.anl of low rir.a,
lllHlii;AUls M.p.n and Hraaa. Our fall
alnrkjuat Iu. Sipi-r cont. lower tbaa laat tea
lllrooma of all kladi.
On application onr caialrne and price Hat
will lie ui.ll.it lo any on. Th Lfede eupplleA
wii all our nierrh.mli.e attia le,' prleea, wblch
on romparlaou will be foonil aa low a. eaaierai
P'loae. F'U. rVANUlSUl S.
for tbe worklntf clan. Sand I
ccnla fur pewtuge and we wl
man y. in iree. a rnyal, vmuabt
hoi of aaiultle vt.iwla Lh.t wilt mm
)ou In the way ol maklnir more money ln iiv;
u.t. innn you eier inoiitnt unaainie at auj oa...
ikm. t'nplul not rciiilrcj. M e will atari yea.
ouciin work all the tliuoor loaiiaro lima only.
The work la uiilveranlly adaptrd to bulb aeiee,
young ami old. Tou ran emllv earn from 0
cilia In ft every evenlne;. Thai all who waal
work tray teat tho liualiixae, wa niako Iblaea
paralleled otter to all who are not well eetla0t4
wa wrll aeuil (I to pay for tbo trouble of wrulnw
ua. f ull partleiilura, dlrec lona, cel., eont frr.
Korluuea will be uiade by thnae wbo giro tkelr
whole tlmo to tho work. Ureal ource-e abw,
lutcly anro Ikiu'l delay, Ktart now, AddlOM
KriaboK k Co., i'ortlaud Malno.
Half 8iaro South ofS.book't ooiaor.
JOEL L. 1UK1IL, TropV,
Terms $123 par day.
Mr. mobl iiai.o goat for All kmda of Parai
Implement. koft.o, fo.
fiawenrwei Dvaaenaaw Btraaiw (I .fjaowoa