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THURSDAY, ATRIL 8 TH, 1886. Published by R. A. BUMILLER. LOCAL NEWS. Goue I —SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL. —Boom up the coal stoves a little longer. —First-class job work done at the JOURNAL office. —Gone 1 —-The Treasuier's sales of Unseated Lands will appear in our next issue. —Owing to the very disagreealle weather this was a dull week for J/ill heim. WANTED. —A lot of Cloyerseed at D, S. Kauffmau & Co's store. Fair price paid. Bring it in. —Gone ! —An unusual aiuouut of peddlers are irampiug through this section o' country of late. —Seyeral pieces of Henrietta Cloth, half silk, just received and sold cheap at Kauffman's store. —The Miliheim B. & L. Association will have its regular monthly meeting next Monday eveuiug. —Gone 1 —HAY by the Ton and Com by the Bushel—for sale by J. 11. Musser, Aa ronsburg. Pa., at reasonable prices. —All the streams in this neighbor hood are again swolleu by the locessaut rains and at many places oveiffow their banks. —FRESH GROUND NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER at $9.00 per ton. For sale by J. B. Fisher, at his mill, Farmers' Mills, Pa. 13-5t —Gone ! —Not to be behind in the general run of spring improvements P. H. Musser cut a door in the back wall of his jewelry shop. —Have pity on the poor spring birds, hunting for food near your doors. Iu this weather they are glad for every crumb you throw out. —For Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neu ralgia, Cramp and Colic there is no remedy superior to the geuuiue Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. —Gone 1 —Rev. DeLong, of Bellefoute, has accepted a call extended to him by the Reformed church of Lewisburg and will enter that charge about the first of May. —Rev. J. A. Bright, ot Ellsworth, Kansas, will preach, by request of the pastor, in the Reformed church at Aaroosburg oext Sunday evening, English. —The town council had its regular monthly meetiug last Saturday even ing. No business of importance out side of regular routiue business was transacted. —Gone ! —Prof. Wm. P. Hosterman wishes to announce that he will open a spr ing term of school in the Penu Hall Acade my commencing April 12th. Terms reasonable. —Said a noted man of 60 years, "my mother gave ine Dowus' Elixir for coughs aud colds when I was a boy." For sale by J. Spigelmyer, and D. S. Kauffmau & Co. —Rev.Deitzler will have communion services in the Lutheran church of this place next Suuday forenoon at 10 o'- clock, and conformation on Saturday afternoon preceding. —Gone i —Miss Kate Brumgard,the daughter of our townsman E. J. Brumgard, left for Mifflinburg on Monday morning, to attend a six week's course of Mis 9 Shreiner's music school. —Rev. Swengel. the new Evangelical preacher, .delivered his initial sermon in this place last Sunday forenoou, the new church being nearly filled with people eager to hear him. *uj.ue liuiilinUW allu rilds put a stop to all building operations for the time beiug. The cellars of town are again filling with water, the ground being completely saturated. —Gone ! —The weather has beeu exceedingly dreary since Sunday. Snow and rain render the roads yery muddy and the atmosphere is damp, heayy and chilly. Not very inviting to venture on'. —D. A. Musser i 9 having the old I>g house on Main street, occupied by Abs. Barter's grocery, weatherboarded, and after it has several coats of paint will make quite a handsome appearance. —Gone ! THE GOTWALD MEMORIAL TRACT, published by the Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Society of the Synod of Central Pennsylvania, is now for sale at the Journal Store. Price 5 cents. —Gone 1 —E. H. Long was laid up a few days * this week with a heavy cold. Giad to say he worked over it and is about get ting ready to go to the city to select D. S. Kauffmau & Go's new stock of spring goods. —Gone 1 —A Splendid Show Case for sale cheap. Inquire at the Journal Store. —Erysipelas and Salt Rheum was driven entirely away from Mrs. J. C. Anderson, Preshtigo,Wis., by Burdock Blood Hitters No equal as a blood purifier. —ln Rev. J. A. Blight's letter last week a few errors occurred which we by orders of that gentleman make haste to correct : "Chicago and Alton" — "Vandalia Line/' and "Jawhawker." —W. J. Springer's new baibor shop is one of the cosiest business places in town and Jacob is pleased to announce that he is better prepared than ever to serve his many friends and customers. A gentleman who made it his busi ness to keep track of the matter during the past winter informs us that up to date the total depth of snow which had fallen is 70 inches,or within two inches six feet. —By older of the Town Council High Constable Sankev has Issued a proclamation, which we publish in a nother column. Read It, it means bus iness and will no doubt bieak up the street comer annoyance. —The Miliheim Band voted on Mon day eveuiug to procure the services of Prof. J. H. Feehrer for one week, be ginning with this morning. This was a good move and will give that organi zation a considerable 1 lft. —Landlord Mussor, of the 3/usser House, has made a great improvement in bis hotel by covering the lamps on the chaudeliers with finely colored globes, which cause the lights to throw very rich and subdued shades over tlio rooms. MRS. E. W. Mauck has returned from a prolonged visit to her parental home. The lady aud her husband are now busy moving into that part of G. W. Stover's house on Penn street which was lately vacated by Rev.M. I. Jamison. —The bar of the First National Ho tel was closed at noon on the first of April, the new proprietor not having any license yet. Many of the thiisty souls were fooled by this procedure and they went home with a bitter taste of "no license." SELLING OFF AT NEARLY COST.— For the next ten days we will sell goods at a sacrifice in order to make room for an immense spring stock, which we are about buying. D. S. KAUFFMAN !t Co., Miliheim, Pa. First of April was afair day and lively for Miliheim. Town was full of people and the people seemed full of business. The squires were constantly at work that day in making out legal papers and arranging financial affairs for other people. —When you are troubled with dizzi ness, your appetite all gone, and you feel bad generally, take a few doses of Dr. Henrv Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, and you will be surp ised at the im provement in vour feelings. Every bottle warranted to give satisfaction. For sale bv J. Spigelmyer, and D. S. Kauffman & Co. —Mr. John G. Sankey, of Centre Hall, died last Thursday. lli9 funeral took place on Monday morning ai 9 o'clock. Mr. Sankey was one of Potter township's most prominent and respect ed citizens and in former vears served a term as county commissioner. —MANY PERSONS have catarrh m its first stage who suppose themselves with nothing more sprious than a se vere and stubborn cold in the head. Ely's Cream Blm gives instant relipf from colds in the head, and a thorongh treatment will cuie catarrh. For sale by every druggist in the laud. 13 4t —Dr. S. C. Musser, at present so journing in Europe, in a recpnt letter to his father. Dr. P. T. Musser of Aaronsburg, stated that lie was about leaving the old countries to return to the "land of the free," and that In ex pects to get home by the end of this month. —A private letter from Mr. S. T. Frain, landlord of the "Keystone Ho tel," at Selnsgrove, states that he is well pleased with the place and is get ting along finely He and his family, as well as his goods, arrived there safe ly and they were kept very busy fixing —We understand that the school di rector contemplate putting a new roof on the Penn street school building this summer, and they consequently claim the control of the town hall hereafter. And so it should be. The hall has been everybody's and nobody's charge about long enough. —A Clothes Horse, of which Mr. E. F. Hoover, of Sunbury.is the patentee, is for sale at 1). S. Kauffman & Co's store on M ii;i street. Price SI.OO. It is the latest, ami handiest thing out in that line, and every housekeeper should have one. TIIP best thing for drying clothes evci invented. —"1 have been troubled with liver complaint, kidney disease and bad blood for a long time. I have used Simmons Liver Regulator, and it has done me more good than all the medi cines I ever took. Geo. H. Pratt, U. 8. Dep'y Col., 2nd Dis't Ga." "IMPORTANT." If yon are going to the Great West, North West or South West take THE CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND and PACIFIC RAILROAD, from Chicago. Fcr Lowest Rates of Fare,Tickets,Time Tables and information in detail call on your Local Ticket Agent or address .1 L. Loomis, Passenger Agent, Middle District 111 South Ninth St. Philadelphia, Pa. 9-2 m The Keystone Journal is the miii.o of a new paper to bo published at 1.0-gansville, gansville, Clinton Co., in the near fu ture by Scott. Curt in. Scott is the son of John Cut i in, who in former years lived near the toll gale not lit of town. Ue is a practical printer and has been woiking °n the Clinton Democrat at d the M'.fflinbiiig '/Yates.of late. A COAL FAMINE AT BKLLKKONTIC. —Tuesdays Ilattisbarg Patriot cot.- tains tlie following item of news : BKLLEFONTK, April s.— The effect of the stiike in tlieCleai Held coal region is beginning to be felt in this neighbor hood in the way of a coal famine. 31- ready some of the manufacturing en terpiises are suffeting. The "ail facto ry has been compelled to shut, down and the (louring mills are threatened with a similar trouble. Unless the dillleulties are adjusted all the other manufacturing establishments will be compelled to close. —At a regular meeting of the School Hoard of Miliheim botough on Monday evening a resolution w m unanimously adopted that;after t' e spring term of 'Sti none of the school rooms of this borough shall tie gnintc 1 to persons not in possession of a valid certificate from the County Superiulciidm.t. Our school board seems to be deter mined.to do things in perfect order and this late resolution is certainly a com mendable featuie in their earnest en deavors. The Lutheran church council at one of their recent meetings authorized A.C. Musser, Supt. of Fairviexv Cem etery, to order an additional lot of iron fence,of the same price and st\le as the first lot, for the balance of the front of said cemetery, with a small gate at the eastern extremity. Mr. Jon. llarter was given the contract to furnish the necessary lumber for a substantial wooden fenca to be constructed around the remaining three sides of the ceme tery. As soon as the weather jeiini/s it is the intention of thecounci! to have the cemetery put in liist-class order in every respect. L). G. Smith, the teacher of North street school, which closed its winter term on the Ist of April, reports the following: No. of scholars on roll, males 34, females 32, total 00. No. in attendance during last month, males 25, females 22. total 47. Average of attendance during month, males 20, fe males 17, total 37. Average attendance during term, males 22, females 21, to tal 22. Per cent, of attendance during month, males 8), females 77, total 79. Percent, of attendance during term, males 75, females SO, total 7S. Visitors: Misses Minnie Reesoian, Sadie Dei (ling er, Clara Ueifsnyder, Virginia fetwariz, Alice Ulrich,May Harcman.Ella Frain, Carrie Diehl, Ella Wulizur, Ami'e Mowery, Messrs. Adoipli Miller, T. M Osrnau, Daniel Aumau, Prut. P. J. A u in an. TRIBUTE OF ESTEEM. —The follow ing preamble and resolutions were act ed upon and unanimously adopted at the regular session of the U. B. Sunday school of Millheim, April 4th, 18S(>: WLIBUEA) it has fallen to our Lt to lose two of our most efficient teachers and active workers in the viueyard of our Lord. Resolved , that it is with deep regret that we part with sisters Carrie Lvter and Mahala Stephens and that our best wishes and our prayers, as well as grateful remembrance follow them to Li.eii new home. Resolved . that we cheerfully recom mend them to the confidence of the people in their present place of resi dence,assuring them that they will find these ladies earnest workers for the c tuse >f Cnrlst and the upbuilding of the Redeemer's Kingdom. Resolved , that these resolutions be entered upon the minutes of our school and published in the Millheim Journal and iu the Intimrant. A. R. ALEXANDER, Supt. F. D. LUSE. As it. Supt. S. D. MILLER, Secy. YOUR LOCAL PAPER.—EX -Senator David Dayis recently made the follow ing sound remarks 'about the home lo cal paper, which we ask our readers to peruse and then call the attention of non-subscribers to the article : Every vear a local paper giyes from SIOO to $5,000 in free lines for the sole benefit of the vicinity in which it is lo cated. No other agency can or will do this. The editor, in prop rtion to his means, does more for his town than any other ten men. and iu all fairness, man with man, he ought to be support ed; not because you may happen to like him or admire his writing, but because a local paper is the best investment a community can make. It may not be brilliant or crowded with great thoughts, but financially it is more of A benefit to a community than the preacher or teaeher. Understand us now ; we don't mean morally or intel lnnh- "r, ■ ' " yt on the moral question you will find the local papers are on the right side of the question. To-day the editors of local papers do the most work for the least money of any men on earth. A DRUGGIST'S VERDICT.—W. E. George, one of the principal druggists of Philipslwrg. Pa., writes : 44 J. A. McDonald, Iteedsville, Pa. Dear Sir One of the most promi nent citizens of our city and a gentle man well-known and highly respected in the surtounding country, called at our store and voluntarily ollered to go before a justice of the peace and testify in an affidavit to the virtue of your Blood Purifier, saying that he had used but three bottles, and was now entirely cured of a distressing and long contin ued attack of erysipelas,, after having tried a number of other remedies with out receiving any noticeable benefit. [Mease send us one dozen by express. We never had a medicine in our store that sells as readily or gave such un iversal satisfaction as your Blood Puri fier. 1 ' For scrofula, erysipelas, tetter, salt rheum, sain diseases, humors, sores, eiuptions, pimples, blotches, swellings, tumors, boils, ulcers, scald head, ling worm, syphiliis.aud all blood disorders, no remedy ever devised equals in p ivver and efiic icy McDonald's Great Blood Purifier or Sarsaparilliau Alterative. Warranted Seventy-five cents p"r bottle at. all dealers in medicine. JOHNSTON, HOLLOW AY A CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eiseuhuth, Millheiin, Pa. Hoi.i.eu Fi.orit foii Safe.- The undersigned will in the fiituio keep on hail'' a supply of the Oriental Holler Flour,manufacture*! by Messrs. Kurtz & Son, Centre Hall. Having added another capacity to their mill* they are now able to put before the public a more superior quality of flour than is offered anywhere in the county, tf A. J. HARTKR. —The Millheiiu Town Council is giv ing out the contract for the construc tion of a llrst-elass stone crossing oyer Main street between Mussel's hotel and the new hardware building of Mus, ser & Smith. The specifications call for two rows of stone,each IB inches In width, with a dressed surface and good cobbling between the rows and at the sides. A Sunday School lesson review for the last quarter was given in the an ditoiium room of the Lutheran chinch by the Lutheran Sunday school on Sun day llie L'Btli ult. The exercises were pleasant and profitable. Addresses weie made by Supt. .1 11. M osier, Asst. Supt. W. 11. Stover and I'iof. Johnson. The most solemn and imptcsiivc pait f the exercises was the address deliv eied by Supt. J. 11. Musser in behalf of the school to the family of L. D.Kurtz, who by their moving away have found cause to sever their connection with this school. Particular reference was made to Mrs. Kurtz as to the pait she took in the instruction of the infant class and to Miss Minnie, as assistant chorister both in the Sabbath school and choir. Miss Kurtz had taken a very prominent part in the"ckoJr as the leading soprano and very often acted as organist in public services. The loss ol Mr. K. and his family will be gieat ly felt in both the Sabbath ichool and congregat ion The prayers and good will of the school go with them. * k * Aaronsburg, Pa. SIOO,OO in Prizes We will pay $lO for the largest list of words given in the defining part of Webster's Dictionary formed from the word I I.LUSTLTATKD. $lO for the best temperance poem. $lO for the best comic poem. $lO for the best story of 1000 words. $lO for the best song and uinsic. $lO for the best pen and ink sketch. s•> for the best three riddles. $5 for the nearest guess at the number of "and'a" in our next (May) number. $5 for the most diflicult ten questions in grammar, with proper answers. $5 for the most diflicult ten questions in Arithmetic, (not puzzles) with proper answers. $5 for t lie best |>oem by a boy uinier 12 years. $5 for the best, story by a girl under 12 years. $5 for the best explanatory solution of the question : "How often, and at what intervals has July 4th occurred ou Sun day during the Christian era ?" $5 for the best explanatory solution of the question; "A man starts Monday noon, and travels Westward, keeping up with the Sun—where does he first find Tuesday noon ?" Send 10c. for sauiplu paper and conditions. A beau tiful present with each paper. Mux- YON'S 111. WOULD, Philadelphia, Pa. AGENTS WANTED. 123t XoncK.—Since it has become the duty of the undersigned to see that certain ordinances of the borough of Millheim are enforced, especially sec tion 10 of the general ordinances, which forbids the disturbing of the peace and general good order of the citizens by profanity, oi scuie language, noise and disordeilv conduct generally ; and sec tion 22, which forbids the assembling together of men, boys, or other persons on the streets corners, sidewalks or crossings, in such a manner as to biock up and obstruct the free passu e of such streets, sidewalks and crossings : Now this is to notify all persons that the sia ordinance will be enforced a gainst all offenders, and without dis tinction in favor of sex, as girls are often more boisterous and rude than boys. Nor do I consider it my duty to give repeated or verbal notices to individu als, but think that this one and general notice should be sufficient, and hope it will promote the peace and good oider of the town, without the necessity on my pat t to invoke the aid of the law. JACOB SANKBY, High Constable. Millheim, April 3rd, 1880. Neighboring News. WOLF'S STORE. Mrs. Squire Corman and daughter, of Kebersburg, were visiting and bid ing adieu to their many friends around here, before leaving for Valley Falls, Kansas, where they .expect to locate permanently. 11. G. Koyer, the act've and energet ic implement agent for the Baltimore and Ohio Mfg. Co. has one of his splen did self-binding machines set up in a conspicuous place on his premises, no doubt to give farmers a good chance to examine the machine thoroughly and thus indues them to buy one. Among those of our young folks who expect to attend Prof. C. L. Graroley'a telret school at Itebersburg, opening on the 19tli inst., we find the names of Miss Mamie Hoyer, Messrs. Ammon E. Strayer, Chas. Haines, Geo. Wate, and Wm. Zeigler. Success to you all. Di-.iel Weaver is one of our "go a head*' men. He has already an im mense amount of lumber on hand, in fact he has half of his logs cut up, wnile heretofore at this season of the year the mill had been idle. That's business, Dan. The flits on the (list instant were as follows : "Fellty ou der Meel," Har vey N. Bierly, Luther Klinefelter and Gen Wolf John W. Sclioll is hauling lumber to Centre Ilall for his son-in law, Dr. G. W. Ilosterman, who expects to erect a handsome residencethete this summer. John S. Emeriok is getting ready to go to the metropolis for u supply of spring goods. Jesse Garrett,supervisor of roads for this end of Miles township, has already done considerable work on the moun tain road to Woodward, which was greatly damaged by the late heavy rains. lley. Bassoni preuchel his introduc ing sermon on Sunday to a rather ! small audience n occount of the un pleasant weather. But the few who heard him went away greatly pleased. Wm Smith is the only reliable weather p ophet in these parts. Call n i him and procure one of his latest tiliii-ms of 10) year almanacs and you c.i it * t go wiong in foretelling the weather yourself. DUNO ? Snow, rain and mud—plenty of it and to spare. The robin and wren keep up the mu sic and seem determined to stay not withstanding the inclement weather. He v. Cur. Presbyterian, occupied the pulpit in the M. £. church of this place on last Sunday evening. Assessor W. E. Keen passed from house to house in the beginning of the week attending to lus duties. A few questions, a scratch, an oath and tie was off like a dart. No trouble to raise the funds, but it will require good engineering to keep it fiom slidingdowu the hill—the baaid walk which is under contemplation of being built from Clias. Stover's house to the Lutheran church. Different requests have been made of Kev. J. A. Hiight, who we are pleased to state, arrived here from Ellsworth, Kansas, on last Friday, to deliver bis veiy popular |in the West] lecture on Oddfellowship, either here or in Mill heiin. The Revorerid gentleman will, no doubt, submit to the many requests providing projier airangements can be made as to the time and place. We would propose Millheim as the proper place. The communion services in the Lulli. church on 'ast Sabbath morning and evening,notwithstanding the inclement weather, was well attended. About 140 persons partook of the Lord's Sup per, 3d of wlicm presented tbeir names for membership in this congregation. The pastor, ltev. Deitzler was assisted by ltev. J. A. Bright, the latter gentle man addressing the congregation in the evening in the Euglish lauguage. i 'ominuiiifAhMt 'You KNOW Mow IT is YOURSELF. 1 —There is not u particle of doubt but you have to this day a vivid recollej tion of the horrible, nauseating doses of worm seed tea or syrups forced down your throat twenty years ago by HH over-solicituous auut or grandmoth er who prouounced your case worms. You will be ab'e to appreciate a vermi fuge like McDonald's Celebrated Worm Powders. The most effectual and re liable worm d'Stroyer of the age. So easy and pleasant to take the patient will never know a medicine is being ad ministered. Money refunded to dls fatisllnd buyers. JOHNSTON, HOLLO WA Y & CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa. Prof. C. L. Gram ley will teach a term of select school in this town during the forepart of the coming summer. John Breou had the misfortune of losing one of his best horses. The ani mal got its leg kicked off by another lioise. Quite a loss for John. Reuben Smull. of Rockville, and Saiu'l. Lose, of Rebersburg are on the sick list. Next Friday evening the extra term of the singing school in our burg will close. All the members of the chtaa seem to be well pleased with their teacher, Prof. Bierly. The busy season of the year for the farmers is at hand and they all seem ready to go to work in earnest. John Gramlev is at present engaged in making squirrel cages of which trade he acenis to be master. Our new P. M. just knows how to run a postoflice. although some people think him a little too strict. But John makes sure he is right and then goes ahead. An interesting law suit took place in 'Squire Carliu's ofllce last Saturday. The room was crowded with spectators. Preparations are being made for building another new house on Guis wite X Co's tiraberland. The house, when finished, will be occupied by Dan iel Brumgart, of Sugarvalley, who is a partner iu said firm. Perry Condo, who was off to Nittany on business, returned home on Satur day with a fine horse which he bought oyer there, Many of the temporary bridges which some of our farmers had constructed to cross the ruus on their farms were swept away by the high water resulting from the late rains. Wm. Bierly is the proprietor of quite a tony confectionery and cigar shop. Wm. is a accommodating young gent and knows how to sell sweets. Our landlord, Mr. Moyer, is off to Union county, on special business. SQUIBOB . —Now that sudden and violent changes of weather occur every twenty four hours, almost everyone has a troublesome cold, which, if neglected, may produce results that may trouble you for the remainder of your life. Dr. Kessler's Celebrated English Cough Medicine is especially deserving praise in this class of complaints. It never fails ! It never disappoints ! Instruc tions for treatment of croup and whooping-cough also accompany each bottle. Every family, especially where there is children, should have a bottle. DissatisAed buyers can have their mon ey refunded. J OJINS TON, HOLL OWA Y & CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold bv J. Eisenhutb. Millheim.Pa. SMITH TOWN. Still more mud. Mr. Breon, of Brushvalley, is staying in our little burg this summer. Miss Alice Bierly, of Madisonburg, will also make her home among us the coming summer. We hope they will have a pleasant stay. Mrs. Margaret Stover has again re turned to Millheim. She seems to pre fer town life to the country. Lest week Alfred Keen moved on his father's farm, and William Gary, ot Nittany Valley, moved on Reifsnyder's farm, where Keen vacated. We heard they had a grand "hop" in honor of the occasion. Mr. Nerhud has several teams at hauling material for his new house. The carpeuters will begin work on it as soon as the weather permits. 11. K., our horse dealer, left on Mon day for other parts to buy up horses. JUMBO. DIED On the 4th lint., at the extreme eastern end ol Miles township, Mrs. Christopher Shside.aged 55 years. Decceased was a consistent member of the Ev. church and leaves a husband and sev eral children to mourn her death. IESTslfmiiFsSw cst-establisl'.ed,best-known Nurseries in the country. Most liberal terms. Uneaualed fa cilities. Prices low. Geneva Established 1846. W. A T. SMITH, e --neva, BI.Y. - IMIIIBIH— in— innnHlT | AARONSBUHQ. Rebersburg and Vloinlty. . An Efficient Remedy i In all caaeft of Bronchial anil Pulmo nary Affections is AYKK'S CHKRRY PECTORAL. AS such it is recognized sad prescribed by the medics! profession, and In many thousands of families, for the past forty years, it has been regarded as an Invaluable household remedy. It is a preparation that only requires to be taken In very small quantities and a few dotes Of It administered In the early stages of a cold or cough will effect u speedy core, and may, very possibly, save life. There is no doubt whatever that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Has preserved the lives of great numbers of persons, by arresting the development of Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Pulmonary Consumption, and by the cure of those dangerous maladies. It should be kept ready for use In every family whero there are children, as it la a medicine far superior to all others in the treatment of Croup, the alleviation of Whooping Cough, and the cure of Cold* and Influenza, ailments peculiarly tnet dental to childhood and youth. Prompti tude in dealing with all diseases of this class is of the utmost importance. The loss of a single day may, In many cases, entail fatal consequences. Do not waste precious time in experimenting with medicines of doubtful efficacy, wails fee malady is constantly gaining a da spar bold, but take at once the speediest and most certain to cure, , - Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, f PRXPAKSD BY Dr. J, C. Ayer Jk Lowell, Bass ] Bold by all Druggists. * Groceries & Pr ovisions. 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