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A Practical Fruit-Grower Gives
Advice of a Useful Nature.
In setting trees, especially the apple,
to insure free growth and success, the
following requisites are essential in
their selection :
1. See to the thriftiness of the scions,
or young trees. The bark of both
trunk and branches should ho straight
and the branches well balanced.
2. Trees with bad crotches, of those
having equal division of two branches
near the upper part ot the trunk should
always be discarded, as they will in
variably split down and ruin tlie tree
when loaded with fruit.
3. As to the proper age of scions, or
trees for transplanting, those of one or
two years are old enough. They are
more apt to live and grow freely than
larger ones that have their roots much
shortened, bruised and injured in tak
ing them up, and less labor and care is
requited in setting them.
4. The trees should be stocky. Trees |
crowded in nursery rows (as is often
the cas j ) are generally spiudlit.g and:
slender. Discud these or take as few
as possible.
5. Trees over two years old should be
marked, and (lie side that grows to the
north in setting,should be placed to that
point. The reason is plain. If the po
sition is changed the bark has also to
undergo a change, which is detrimen
tal to giowth and health. Every bu
rner knows tpe difference in both wood
and bark, betweeu the north and south
sides of trees.
6. Some young nursery trees have all
their roots on one side. Such trees
will invariably topple over or careen to
such an extent as to reader them al
most worthless.
7. Select your trees, if possible, from
the nearest reliable nursery.
As an appendage to the above we
would remark that we have lost more
trees by sun-scald than from all others
combined. The injury is mostly to
trees Irotn four to six years old that
lean to the northeast, caused by the 3
o'clock sun in July and early in August.
The tree with exposed trunk is blister
ed and scalded, the worms get to work,
the bark will peal off and the tree
might as well be removed and a new
one set in its place.
Remedies: 1. Low leads. 2. The
protection board—Take two boards 3
feet long by 8 inches wide; nail the ends
together at right angles, place tlie tip
per arm, that points to the zenith, close
up to the trunk: put a tint rock on the
other part orpin it tothe ground with a
cedar pin with a head.
Atter spring planting,if the trees are
exposed to high winds, place flat rocks
around their stems, and no staking is
necessary.
ADVICE TO MOTHEKS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken or
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with pain of cutting teeth ? If so, send at once
and get a bottle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
STRI P FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. Its value is
incalculable. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately. Depend upon it, mot tiers,
there is no mistake about it. It enresdyseutery
and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and
bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces iutiamnfation, and gives tone and en rgv
to the whole system. MRS WINSLOW'S SOOTH
ING SYRCP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING is pleasant
tothe taste,and is the prescription ot one of
the oldest and best female physicians and nurs
es in the United States, and is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world. Trice 25
cents a bottle.
A little boy was asked by his mother
to go to the store and get some eggs.
He went, and on his return he dropped
them. Ilis mother asked hiui if he had
broken any of them. lie replied: l Xo;
but the shells came off of some.'
Dr. kesslcr's Celebrated Eng
lish Cough Medicine,
The reliable and never failing
standby in croup or whrjoping cough.
Unequalled a*a remedy in colds and
all lung troubles. JJon't waste time
and endanger precious lives experi
menting with worthless medicines, bul
get the best at once.
MONK Y JiE FUND ED TO D IS
SA TIS FIE D PURCHASERS.
McDonald 1 s Improved Liver Pills
are endorsed by eminent physicians
and used by them in their daily prac
tice. Trial package free.
MONEYREFUNDED TO DIS
SA TISFIED PURCHASE PS.
For smallness of dose, easiness to
take and effectiveness as a worm de
stroyer ,McDonald I 'sCelebrated Worm
Powders surpass anything on earth.
Entirely vegetable.
MONEY REFUNDED TO DIS
SA TISFIEJJ PURCHASERS.
Dr. Kessler's Cough Medicine, McDon- !
aid's Improved Liver Pdls and Celebrat
ed Worm Powders are sold and. warrant
ed ly J. Eisenhulh. MiUhdm Pa., John- ■
son, Holloway & Co., Philadelphia agents ,
Sold by J. Eisen
MILL /.;
"
It was a fireman's parade headed by a
brass band. As they turned the corner,
Gus Ceasar, who was holding up a
hitching post,spelled out the letters, E.
P-l-u-r-i-b-u-s- U-n-u-m,'painted on the
head of the big drum. 'Now, Jake,now,
wha-what's that?' he ask ed of a lank
negro standing under the awning with
his month open. 'DJU'G yer know j
nuffin?' was the reply; 'can't yer read?
Hat's de name ob de man wot made de
drum.'
♦ * : .
*
|it. flrno Ijofst,
i\OS. 317 & 319 ARCH ST.,
PHILADELPHIA.
RATESREPDCEDTO_S2,OO PER MY,j
The traveling public will still find at this '
Hotel the same liberal provision for their com
fort. It islocated in the immediate centres of
business and places of amusement and the dif- I
ferent Rail-Road depots, as well as all parts ol
the city, are easily accessible by Street Cars
constantly passing the doors. It offers special
i ducemcnts to those visiting the city Tor busi
ness or pleasure,
l'onr patronage respectfully solicited.
Jos. M. Feger, Proprietor, i
4 _ T •- t *
He liad boon "Out, West."
I had supposed that the far West was
a new Garden of Eden, and that one
had hut to venture there to gain the
wealth of a Monte Cristo. 1 m*t at
the Union station a man whom I im
agined was by this time a bonanzi
king, as he went Westward years ago.
But if he is a nabob ho is traveling in
vug., and his conversation is not ealeu
ated to stimulate Western exe trsioas.
lie wore a shabby ulster, long hair and
a pensive, searching cxpressi >n of
sympathy. lit 1 greeted me \as an oU
acquaintance at o ice.
'•Well," I quern d, "how do you like
the West ?"
"1 like it just well enough," said he,
"to remain in the Ernst the wmai dor
of my days. I tell you, the East is
good enough for tiny tu t.t who hasn't
a life and death dispute with tho law
on hand. In the E ist a man above the
i ayerage in smartness can gt t a ng ;
bit go We.it and you ti.d no di ones
Every mui you m \*t it on the d ad
1 run for wealth and you must ;• :\v up
late, rise up early and h>P your iinnls
to keep ut> with the stragglers in the
procession. Them's lls of money
West, and big wages. 1 have just
come fi om Colorado, where 1 got sp) a
day for driving a mule team, lint
"That is a vety good sal.it y f>r that
kink of labor ?"
"Oh ! it is, is it ? Well, you go out
there and see. Why, my friend I have
paid for a cup of coffee, 2.7 d for
a glass of beer, and ! for ah u -han
dled jack-knife with one ! lade. I hive
been in the mountains with a party
when a chew of tobacco was put up at
a ratll >, at a doll u a chance, a 1 if the
winner of the toba.* itu illv go r away
with it he had to dodge the cent, n;s of
the revolvers of the party ani km p out
of sight for iv week. Talk about the
West to me ! It is a good place to die
in ; hut 1 propose to live from this
time out where the sun rises early, a al
there is no corner on the luxtros of
life !"
They sa/ dogs can't reason, but no
one will doubt that a dog tries to reach
a conclusion when he chases his tail.
/weilsrE;.
7
L-'-iip ' 1 ! J '
For Sale at tie Mi Mm Jaoal Store
JpEXXSVLV.WiA
STATE COLLEGE. •
Winter Term begins Jan. I, iss I.
This institution is located hi of the most |
beautiful ami healthful spots of th? entire Alle
gheny region. It is open to students ..f both
sexes, and offers the following courses oi' study:
1. A Full Classical Course of P-mr V as.
2. A Full Scientific Course of Four Years.
;{. A Latin Scientific Course.
4. The following SPECIAL ("OUPMX ~f two ,
years each following the lirsi two y.irs .if
the Scientific Course (a) M J liK'ULTU it E ; I
(1)) NATPIJAL iIIS.'OKY; ■•) CiiKUIS-
TltY AND PHYSICS; (d) CIVIL EN TIN
KERING.
A. A short SPECIAL COURSE in Agriculture.
G. A short SPECIAL Cul'ltsi". m (''ministry.
7. A Classical and Seipntifie Preparatory Course, i
8. SPECIAL COUSESare arraof < d t > meet the i
wants f individual students.
Military drill i ream red. Expenses for board
ami incidentals very low. Tuition fi Young
ladies undercharge of a competent i.t iy Princi
pal.
For Catalogues, or other informath naddress
GEO. W. ATH - RTON, Pit: stDi: N r.
]yr STATBCOf.uaju.CffJtT ::K '(.. p.:
Vick's Floral Guida.
For E-M i* nn lirgant Itook tI""" iS'nares. .
3Folored PintCN of Flowers and Yegc
tidiloN.nnd more than 1 " illustration*
of the choicest Flowers, Plant** and Vegetables,
and Direct! n< for crowing, it is handsome <•-
nougli for the CmierT-t . • .is a<l ;:•!. / Pres
ent. Send > n your rtame ana Post Office ad
dress, with 10 cent-. and 1 will semi y< n a copy,
pasture paid. This is mt a quarter <>f its c< -t.
It is printed in l> -tii English and (term in.
If you afterwards order seeds de in i the 10 ets.
Vick's Seed nre the Desf |;i t'*e tYnrbl !
The Ft ORAL GLIDE will t II la wto : and g;,w
them.
Vick's Flower and V "gel Met; rdei, 17"- P..
ees. (• Colored Piut- <. * Enuraviu . ■ 0
cents in paper covet:*; *'.o- in clotli. In
German or Englisii.
Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazines—.l 2 Pa
ges.a Coloied Piate in every numbci and many
fine i imravings. Price *1.2" a year : i tve Cop
ies for s|* >.Oe. Specimen Numbers sent for In
cents ;trial copies for cents.
JAMES VICK.
tf li(M HE TKR. N. Y.
® ? X S Bg 3 want'd for Tic l ives o
f|Prle3>7tS 1 the Prevideiitsof the
S'TI 'Lk J . :*£3 r U o >. The largest, liand
■ book ever
j fold for less than t.\viee our price. The fast- -t
j selling book in America. Immense profits Jo
agents. All intelligent people want it. Any
i one can become a successful aa n'. Terms
i free. HALLBTT IfrtOK Co., I ortl-md, Maine.
j A P"(iy .!('( j
good - \\h.cli will lie.p :
j you to more money i ielii away tii n anytb ug 1
else in thiy \vi rid. All, of cither sex. suceeeil
from the first houi. Elie br-afl road to fortune
opens before the workers, absolutely sure. At
once address, TnPe & Co., August I, Maine.
A jTS (, ok at home. .V- tvj out fit free.
wL, jßUfc fig*. Pay absoluely sure. No risk.
gifg w BlfCnpital not requited, ltctidcr, if
you want bu.iiitess :ii v. ! ;-|| per-
Lotis of either m x yoaiig or old,
! can make great pay all the time tijev *'• m !..with
j absolute certain'}', write for piilicu'. •
I H. 11. IIAII.ETI' A CO., Port: ill !, Aia:no.
F. A. I.ehniann, So'lcit.'r of American and
Foreign Patents, Washington, ]>. < . All bu s
rcss connected wiili Patents, whether before
the Patent office or tlic Courts, promptlv at
tended to, No charge made unless a patent is
seemed. Send for circular tf
I? 2 if.ii 'T: 5" 1 Per wound, d!s
--i kw-* tj M 4 case or other (lis
i
i and dependent parents ntltlcd when de h re
| suited. Claims reopened, rc "o:\.t! -a. . Wril
i bounty, back pay and discharges obtained. Ap
ply at once, delay in-ejudices your rights, j-'ces
fixed by law. Aihlresq with stamp, the old o
tablislied firm of EPSON & Co., Attoraeveatid
! Claim Agents, 917 F St., Washington, D. C.
j
ET YOUR-JOB PRINTING DONE AT
VJT
The MHlheim JOunial office.
! Fike WORK CHEAPLY EXECUTE#.
Steam Bending Shops,
JFAIt M Kits' MILLS, I'A. j
All lvin!s of bending in wood done
on short notice. Orders filled for
tr,T..M:S —
of all sizes, and ol tho best material, j
Bob Sled Runners, Shafts,
Bent Hounds, Plow Handles,
Phaeton Buggy Reaches.
Send for pi ke list. Orders by mail
promptly attended (o. All work
una ranteed.
,1. 51. UE.UI & sot.
Dm VW.\l:e UT\ r.u CltKMii o. WORK*-,
B VL'GH X SONS,
Phihiitdphiii, I'd'. 1. 1 I.
7'< /- r. r l\ nu p'vnn '.a :
(0 nl : in- . :—/'• r i >'o ,• ty ni ,a <ir
In'tii ni iniifai tureit K :\f PhiKptml <. mil

ih <trlit i r rit s H'tion < tl < I'lilrp. In hi -nil \
cfitmminih'n fii'* Unnn-nu 'or them has aK'iTWt
i il, trt.ih' in i>( mv.- ■ 1 - a din I. !
•-'(, nut m... i .'/■ .>rl>■ 1 r . n'l'
Sir nrciii i i/oji iiii. H' tf it tfi d ltd iar flood
-a low ir cast h 1/ in ■ r ,ic>si .. rr •- '. /m :
' tuihtaj rr'ar <Htvantfigi#i*ui umti r \tduntl :
iii'iniu'iidarina j irUiti <. w-' Ud rutin ' t<>
m t(i id mm n > inlv 'ac ' a i b /'.'.N
VY-riVti lUtl.l Mi I'llOSl'tlA I'!:, run! '•//
a .v;;ir i'Km i .s.s jixci.rsivi r.v oi u \
OWN. The quickness trith n iiirh ti i* Phos
phate sprnny Info a a mono jttU Ui pent furMtn
will hi sla>wn hp (hi iot'oi in .- stat< mrnt :
Oi the S .'a Phosphate F ere were sold
During /SDK 1,?57 Tons.
/v o,
LSSf. M.lfi
issß,7Bs
The report< of the action the •Pi ' '■
have i" i a oatitytu torn in every COM from a wide |
it ';ttii'it. H'( w •nt tn ' i i'i i- d >t/" " thi •
, nint i ry p din . -i- it in our int '*•',t In I. W W
ii the nrtid- coniiitu - t > vrviu 'e (iood
U't- ui!t thuiil: .mil j e'inet. h O'inp ur ' t>
' Photphute with ais ippolntina r- stiff•*. tot let us j
hricji'dhi him with lull /nets.
)'.. Irs trulii.
PAL hll A SONS.
GO TO
SIMON EROTHILvS,
Til E BOSS GLOTIII EES
for your Clothing.
45 MAIN STREET,
LOCK IIAYEX.
, f .....
ii* KJA AVX> "x W WW A'J RJ)
WHY- ESALE L UI.TUL L.'PON.K .
k ••>} tl:o l.vrpest stock in tlie
i "
143 MAIN STREET,
LOCK HAYIHX.
T iie . ;
MILLHEIM JOURNAL
Printing Office
is no • .•<('! /,'ti J with
£7 c- rr id rr yy? rr
9y *<fj kd f >. fl f. <7?/' A
1 and u /n r / ' I'ssortmeat <>(
Po© BS 0 h\ M TM¥% E
IIrL:
LETTER //L\ 17)8,
.vote he. ins,
BILL /IE. IDS,
STATEMENTS,
ENVELOPES,
CI PCV JARS,
I (NTEPS,
end. m short, u< <i and tasty
Jsb Print'ng of all kinds
Vt/
I'ROM TTLY EXECETED.
.
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-
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I'.-re:. . - five. V. i v. •• ; .ri i : ahi if.
j-*cnf'iuL: itncdt!; L'O.ai '■ .at
In the SCIENTIFIC A M ERICA n. -.a • largec i best, nrgl
nost wtfielxpi culated scientific paper,
Wcc'xi>'. FpbmilLl cr.cravi' rtf! inter-'>::-vf in—
fomutt ■• '. ; pgeime .7nfillie Scirtiiific Atuen.
|c:i ii Brut fr-i'. A- ' s .Xi f.v.V A Cc-.m uis-
AMERICAN O.Lcc, zX Bruaii.v; y, Now York.
WAXTI D-L Mills I'OTAK EOF IT NEW
T? iaiicv work at titcir hmnus, ia (ity nr count- j
1 \, and e ii 11 &>*; t- per week, ni.iKinggeods j
for on- Fall and Winter tra-le. send }•"> cenis for 1
sajnp'e and paitl iulaiv*. HUDSON MFG, CO.,
2'.-7 SRY'JJT Avis., New YOI K.
THE NEW
m MBmm&msesgm* "' * :ye. - *
JtillltfU KTOftE
Ft nn Street, Miilhoim, Pa.,
i* t hi* only esdir is
M, Stationery mi Variety Store
in IVuiis y.
Wi C.ini. 'i i >. ibly brain to Cuumerati' all the
y.unhu li \v ir. Oo Int the'iv must he a
tn\:iiiiiiin ■ win l it an I so uv 1 egin
OH
ii i
i and th at is a.w a\ s ii/. list la y inn In,; a> well n* a
KiKhl ell*lit)if.
t l-li'iidid Family Miib'es, I'iii
pil Bibles, Teacher's iti
-s><cs, Sunday School
Bibles, Pres
entation
Bibles.
It \\ i i I rjo \ nil; . .. . i I I<> < MUlliUt' tlli'SO I,l'
foil* Noil t I nth 1' pi.ic *i to ' IIV,
' Albums.
Fivtn the 11: o <,'u ti|o Cabinet Album down b>
II e small l'o Uet AHuun holding a dojvn
cards. Kvi r\ Male,\ai ietv ami priro.
A1 11 <' S; Ut' of
Ante Graph Albums,
o £
1 lit ait ;iKhl o-!!i is all 'lie lime ami aiv \ cry
ai ab' ■ f (ll - finap pi • -uts.
Scrap Bocks and 'Pic
tures,
ait omlli >.s variety,'lr> line tan I latest styh .
alt Mjteiamipiiei IntMs line w© elntni
l<.ha\< iiiiirc hi .veil <-s than any ore in
tlio valleys.
' 11 v .1! iay you t mine ami \ a mine our steel; of
Velvet Cabinet Frames,
bvfoii yon buy els a; here.
I'M l /,*. /■; a iv; l.or/:*, r a /:/>*.
PA i't: 'mm:*,
i a'A N, /yj\A> TAX/'*. /'/:\ci/ s.
SCHOOL JtOOh'S,
pj'Xs. / /:xnn!j>r:n*. */.A r/:s
1: L .! A K /!onh'S.
a tul iii tm l ii.i >'f't imj UHA ,'ivr f/itr /
.'/ r Jln r ■i ' St'if ii'iH /!<• t,>
hi Hiif i atlt' >' oi't .
Come, Iso and Buy
KJ
AT TJIK XKW
TA7TTA K T t-T'l ' "
O'J . JU i* .clAi OJL Ji. J .i
Penn Street
nud at tho
LOWEST PRICES
t
3DI^XTGfE>
CO - nevv !tj
0 DRUGSTORE ly
b -IN THE- cj
; h Srring Kills Hons;, Q
9 Spring Mills, Pa, $
1 a o 1
T() U
ilj —* <> B
§ DRUGS |
! U OF ALL KINDS, jC|
m ! r\
ill A I t t.L I INK OF
;fij PATi;\TMi:imi\i;s, (b
(Q Slritilb Fine Si ice?, m
|0 Toilet Ariiclih Pcifiicrics, 0
b CGBMiuBS, W .838 Bto£?'S. %
Br dig an A pot I retry VJ
(Vl of exp ra-.0-e I'liysaians" I'vo
(Jj scriptlons . .I 1 e carofttily eotn- f 1
I LA uoumted Vji
f-1 G. E. AURAND. (j]
IDK/XJO-B
D. H, Lsnker,
MANUKACTURIUI AND DF.ALEtt IN
FiMTUSi,
.A.ARONGBURG,
('liatnljor .Suit;-'., liiuvaus, Louugos,
I i'pdstcnds, Stands, Marble-Top Centre
Tables, Hieakla.st Tables, DininLf
! Tables, Hxt, u.ston Tallies, Sideboards,
; Sinks and all Uiiitis of Kitchen i'urni
11;iCane or Wood Seat Chairs.
Io; hers, Spring lied?, Wire, Wool and
Hair Mat less, * s, <• very style of Afould
i,.ua lur L'iclttre Frames. Frames of
any size made, to order.
Ulidcrtakaja Specialty.
A share of the public patroiume re
spectfully solicited. .'lO ly
*
IPEABODYIIOTEL,
£ thSt. South of Chestnut, 1
PHILADELPHIA.
One Square South of the New Post
Oflice, one half Squire from Walnut
Sr. Tiieatie and in the vety business
centre of the city. On the American
and European plans. (J nod rooms
hoiu f.Pets to £.'!.( 0 per day. Remodel
(d and newly fui nislied.
W. PAINE, M. I).,
40 ly Owner & Piopiietor,
I

MI LLH.EIM
MARBLE WORKS
The Oldest,
The Largest,
-
The Cheapest,
j
Most E-eliable
.
Establishment
ill liii- part of IN-nn\lvnila
i
Ilomiments,
I .
Tablets
and
Headstones,
7
'
j manufactured in lite most
artistic style and of the best
material.
.lit irorh warranted and
pat up in the most substan
-
tial manner.
I Oar prices are so low
that it will jjay pe/•sons in
nerd of marble work to give
us u call.
DEININGER&MUSSER I
i
proprietors
Shops cast of Bridge, Main St.,
I
I Hiliheim, Fa. j i
Lcwislimi nv\ Tyrone Mrtai Tinn
Me.
I-liAVH WKSTvVAUH.
13 5 7 0
A. M. A. M. I*. V. I*. M. V. M
iMoiitiindon 7 Of) 9.40 2."ft fi.oo T.ftft
I,"V, Isbiirg 7.2 r 100 ft —' l
Fiiir Ground 730 10.1:1 2.->
Kiciii 7.10 10.27
Vh-ksburg 7.15 19.30 2.10
Millliiibuii? B.irt)ar 11.00 ar 2.5 ft
W. 3 lift
Mlllmont 8.22 3.28
I a lire) ion M'l
Wikcr l> mi ..8.A7 -I-" '
Cherry Run 9.lft 4.23
lowler. o.3ft 4.47
Cobimi 9.48 ft.of
spring Millsario.lft ar. 5.30
I.Ii.YVK EASTWARD.
2 4 H lO
A. Af. !'. M.J
Soring Mills ft. 'O l.fto
(nburu (i 1H 4.20
Fowler ik.2B 2.3:1
( Merry ltun 0.48 2.ftft
Wikcr Kun 7-ift 3.lfi
l.utireltou 7.30 3.40
dillinmit 7.40 3.-V2
A. M.
Mii'lUuburg 8.00 11.4 ft 4.lft
P. W.
VicksbiiriT B.lft 12.10 4.3*2
r. elil 8 2<l 12.17 4.38
FairOmund A. M. 9.30 1*2.33 4.48 P.M.
Low iaburg.— o,3ft 12.M1 ft. lo 7.30
>llHit;iiul<-:iill*. 0.4.'..ir.9.00ar I,oftar.ft.2oii* T.io
No . 1 and *2l- >nnc tat MVintuiidnn with Rr|o
Mail U'•-t : linn 1 with St-a Shore l.x|)ii-Ml
1 1.1 : ft and 0 with l>ay Express fttid Niagara
Ix|III Went; 7 and 8 wit ti hast Line West; 9
ami In wiiii Willi,itnsp irt Ai-eoimnod.ition
l-asi.
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SMITH'S GERMAN OLIO i
The (;rcat tiermrui Remedy
—FOli
RHEUMATISM,
Nruralirin. I}t'i>rpsln. anil all IMaentr*
of tlx* Klnmnrh. Ronrin, It'ooii,
Liter and Kidney*.
F<*-r Bjle l.\ J1 8.-afers is Swli-ite. at ftfl \ Bottle.
Prepared and sold at Whoh-snle by the
GERMAN OLIO COMPANY,
(LIMITED,)
a3 Vi'iiluiv Slri-el. WllliaiuiiH. Pu.
PHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE AGENCY:
Johnston, iioiloway & Co., 802 Arcli St.
Sinfllt, lilinc A Co.,
.. 11 NORTH THIRD street.
I-V THE BEST)
I mmm EXTERNAL
I^remedyl
jSniErnrisHi
fB 1 "* "TSU'frJPjkil ■ * M
,r ■.
3 Sprains, EruisesJ
| Burns and Scalds,
BJ Sciiflcs, Faekcle,
% aaa Frosted Feet and
E ars > and all other
Pains and Aches.
It i a safCy sure, and
effectual Remedy for
Galls, Strains, Scratches,
Seres, ftc., on
HORSES.
02 O ne trial will prove its
merits. Its effects are in
m most cases
INSTANTANEOUS.
Every bottle warranted to
Hive patitfactlon. Send ad
-14 raEiSSB dress for pamphlet, free, giv
i —i ingf full directions for the
i>-2 treatment of above diseases.
H HHBHI Triio2o ft-;.and 50 cts. per
M bottle. Sold everywhere.
enr 7' & Lord, Propriftor*,
(,*•'
Jau. ■ '.'icaii ! .nr..—.Virions Tli-biil Ij,
Impotrr.ri, ':■ : j \V; . ... Ccm>U-a. tjy|)hU!lie aiid i
M rtnrial A£>C(UM- ■. e. . ! ."(• trr : iwatj Isle v:d •urc
rrnicili i iJcfuniftii : i ■ :id. (. ' I cr write for list oi
qneFtioiito!>oa:i wcroUt/lh o treatment by mail. |
.iTcrir •: train Ttup'ar • fii.oa'il Ihrlr nddrris.W
%ond Iv-arn iot;.-;ir.n-i . tk-h- i-dva.ttpe. It Isnot a trns.H
Addr.-s •• * \Rt.: . i'l 'I ro.l Fhy!?laa In Chare.
C.-a'r2: " . .f . r". i- fr.C. I Lcr • I -1.. SI. Lonls. Mo.
t-uccv.iir iw r.u-tj Kr.*3 j\ l ilabli-hfd 19 \oHi
CUT THIS OUT!
A MA N k T E S slsi°S4o W'e^K.
We have stores in 15 leading Cities,
from which our agvnts obtain their supplies quickly,
(liir I'iictorie* and Prinripnl Onlcefi are at
Frie, Pa. Send for our New CutuloKue ami
towuß to agents Address
ti£ rail I fIUCI I 013 Spring Carden St.
Ml f* 3 L"yCLL PHILAOCLPHIA,PA.
I Spoc.altyPatent causes before the Patent Office!
and the Courts. Keasoanble terms. Ppinionastol
patentnbility^freejobcharge^^en^oi^ircular/J
SiO Q O HL WAhUiPuiitr/p
For any machiuo hullint; and clennSns: Hi foi* /< 01/* Ji bai uadi
lUi&rkci much Clover Seed in one
Pamphlet mailed L'^Ji
m
I'l-i-iuiser llriil In esiMrse*. .fcef f * r cir.
Miliar, A. B. AIU)IHAH Jorfir, Pn.
STEAM ENGINES,
A. B. FABQUEAB, York P*
ChMpßit and in-tt for .11 par-
.irons aad <t- •
ruble. SAW, ORI.T MILLS
and MArinacar renerally.
In,|olric prompUjr 'a-JTOn
■wereil.
PliMirateJ
Vortical Sncinee.wltli or J ._^S
. aa wliiiona wheel*,aa.ry " 2?®
e* f# onrwilent,eeonomlrel B" ?
teji c^ anl
THE FAnQUHABSEPABATOR
Address A. B. TABQV7IAB, Tort, Pa.
rotWiut 2Z?:TOB cc 2 pumi
Warranted the boot com tlicsipcr and mint
lu the
DB. MHBULL'S
Sisi'sToiiicSpj
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND ALL MALARIAL OISEASES. -J
The proprietor of thii celebrated medi
cine justly elaime for it a superiority over
all remedies ever offered to the public for
the SAFE, CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PER
MANENT cure of Ague and Fever, or Chill*
and Fever, whether of short or long stand
ing. He refers to the entire Western and
Southern country to bear him testimony to
the truth of the assertion that in no caee
whatever will it fail to cure if the diree
tions are strictly followed and carried out.
In a great many cases a single dose haa
been sufficient for a cure, and whole fami
lies have been cured by a single bottle, with
a perfect restoration of the general health.
It is, however, prudent, and in eveff case
more certain to cure, if its use is eonanued
in smaller doses for a week or two after the
disease has been checked, more especially
in difficult and long-standing cases. Usu
ally this medicine will not require any aid
to keep the bowels in good order. Should
the patient, however, require a cathartic
medicine, after having taken three or four
doses of the Tonio, a single dose of BULL'S
VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS will be sufc
Acient.
BULL'S SARSAPARILLA is the old and
reliable remedy for impurities of the blood
and Scrofulous affections—the King of
Blood Purifiers.
DB. JOHN BULL'S VEGETABLE WOBM
DESTROYEB is prepared in the form of
oandy drops, attractive to the sight and
pleasant to the taste,
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL S SARSAPARILLA,
BULL S WORM DESTROYER,
The Popular Remedies of the Day.
Pi !ri|tl Ofllrs, 831 Main St.. LOI'IHTILLK, *T.
THE
Buchanan Wind Mill
UNEXCELLED FOR
BEAUTY, DURABILITY JJ
New method of attach- JB
ing the Sails, iO||
THE MOST POWERFUL Ml ■\\^^
DURABLE {ffeHVf
MILL BUILT. J|l ipr
ALL KINDS OF
TANKS, PIPE, PUMPS, Etc.
Be sure to enj for our trw Catalogue before boring.
BUCHANAN WIND MILL CO..
BUCHANAN* MICHIGAN.
D.S. MORGAN & CO.
MA*STTFACTRRE THIS
DURABLE LIGHT DRAFT
Triumph Reapers
AND THB NOISELEBB
New Clipper Mower,
The TRIUMPH REAPERS are nnequaled for
simplicity in construction, ease of management
light weight, durability and good working capacity
in all conditions of grain.
The NEW CUPPER has all the advantages of
the OLD CLIPPER MOWER with many valuably
improvements.
BEND FOB ILLUSTRATED CTBCTTLAB,
Goon AGENTS WANTED in unoccupied territory.
D. S. MORGAN & CO.,
BrockportjMonroeCo.iN.y,
THIS PAPER EE®!
Newspaper Advertising Soreau (K> Sprue*
sWifs NEW. YORK
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