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Advertisers would do well to note
the following list of towns, &e., cov
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tion :
Harrisburg, Lingle<‘own,
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York, %w: tara,
Canlicle, 2lmyra,
Mecchonicsburg, Union Deporit,
Shippeasbarg, Churchville,
Chimber:buorg, Davphin,
Newville, Millersiown,
Alioon., Me:adv.lle,
Hollicoy ‘hurg, Erje,
Johusiwown, Oil City,
Williamsport, Titnsville,
Pitisbarg. Colu-übic,
Haonover. Lamncasier,
Mary:ville. Wrigalov e,
Duu an .on. Reauing.
Lairobe. Philedelphio,
New Cumhrland. Eenovo.
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Faiview, Ches er,
Progres:, Wilmingicn, D 2,
Graaiville. Ken on, l'el.
Scranton., Shamok .
Northnmberland. Wilic:-B.xre.
Danvilie. Pittslon.
Caiawicsa. Midin.
Mauch Chunk, Shenaude h.
Hazleton. Mohonoy City.
Tamaqua. Polisviiie.
Allentown, Bethleiem,
Sunbury, West Che tern,
Port Royal, Milcon.
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places not enumeited berein, The
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the Siate, with a rapidly izcressing
circulotion penetr. ling every section
oi Pennsy!vania and adjoining States.
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THROUBHOUT THE CVATE,
News CGathered by Ovr &ps
cizl Correzpondent:.
Reading Squibs.
Reaning, Jan. 24, 1884
Jobn W. Willizms, pocter at the
Keystone Hotel, is saffeiing with a
gevere cold, countracted wiilst en
gaged fi'liag the ice house odjoising
the hotel, and in coniequence of
which bie is confined to his room bt
fortnoately for John ho i 3 a mraber
in good stonding of Jochabed Lode,
No. 1306, G. U. 0. of O. I, and iis
members a takiog the best care of
him, aud in fact doing a'l thit i 3 re
quired of them in sach cxie-. Joha's
friends (and they are m ny) hope to
ges him cbout before a greut wii'e,
in his usval good hecl b and bumor,
To-night, two weeks ago, M- T.
H. Hawking, lale of Harrisburg, bat
at present resiviag in our cily, toox
na’'o himself : wiie, in the person f
Mi:s Ka.ie Cline, tke accompli bed
orgaai-t of the Teath Strect A. M.
E Church. No ccrds.
Mi. W. H. Lee, lzie of P .iladel
phia, and M.s3 Lottie Wilsoa, Ruad
ing’s favorite contralto, were u»iled
in the hoppy bouds of wed.ock. Noue
but the relatives and mosi intimate
fricnds of the bride weie pre.cnt.
Jocoabed Lodge, No. 1296, G. U.
0. of O. I, at its 12 ¢ reyulir meet
ing elected its ofiicers for the cnso’ny
guarter: N. ¥, J. W. Pryno; N. G,
Murshal Locket; V. G., J. B. Cor
pish ; E. 8., Jobn Do .ey. The lodgs
also contemplate holdiog a flir in the
near {atlure.
The teachers and scholits of the
24 Piesbyierian Sabbath school are
mak ng preparations to give a g aud
vocal and instramenta! concort, at the
Grand Opersa IHouse, some.ime dar
ing the month of Mcrch. Th's Sab
bath school is in a very flourishing
cond tior. The superintezdeat, Mr.
J. L. Terry, and the teachers are in
defatizable in their labors for its im
provement.
Mre. C. L. Teiry is psying her an
nua! visit to her sister, Mrs. John
Searles, at Lethlchem, Pa.
Dame ramo®™®e b it that a certain
young widow aud o tonsorial ard tof
our ci'y are to launch out 'nto the sea
of mutrimony. May uiere voyage be
a plessznt o: e.
S.H W
MippLeTowNy, Jan. 22, 1854
We bhave beea excited with so
mauy pleasant and excepionally fue
eveass of late, that we find it dufliculc
to chronicle the errival and depariure
of our friands, dinners aud receptions,
and evericg pa iies, bhave ccasvmed
all of our time, xo nach so that we
bave uot the tiwe or space &t my
commsund to mcke tie reference it
duly deserves. ‘'ne lJiterary was
largely attended on last Tnesday
evening, to winess the prog-amme,
which wes very interesi ng.
Mr. S:muel Bez.d, of Middietow.,
with bhis sons, grand chi'd en aud
great graad chilives, numberinz filly
persons, wera served with a dinner
by Mr. Samuel Beard. The dinner|
compriged all the delicacies of the |
geason. Waiters on the occasion 1
were Mr. R. Rank, of Middletown l
and Mr. B. Racher, of Cranel. The i
respective ages of Mr. and "'re.
Begrd are, Samuel Lesrd, age 74, and
his wife, Hanngh Beard, age 73.
The surprise party that came here
{rom Harrisburg were the guests of |
M:s. Wm. Harley. They were re:
0 ived by their many fiiends. After
havi~ : a pleasant time they returned
to the burg.
Mr. Tham:e Holland has opened a
firal class store on Holland street.
Miss Mary Brown is slowly recov
erinz, sbe having been ve'y ill.
Chambersburg.
Jasvary 23. — The wesather
h.s moderated considerably snce
last week. Sleighing is excel
lent end the town correspordingly
lively. There is very litlle sickness
here at present, in fact this is jost
now & much be.ter town for b:.ers
aud batche s than for doctois. |
The bear: of Dr. Thompson was
made to rejoice on Wednesday even
ing ‘ast by the invasion of his resi
dence by members of his clurch and
well wishers, in (act 1. was 3 complete
surpiige. T'he visitors were uader
the leadership of that prinee of good
fellows, M . Gilbert Draxion. They
cairied with hem many uvseful and
valuable sarticles, which were pre
sented, on behalf ot the doners, by
Mr. Eraxton in a very neat speech,
to which the doclor respouded in a
manner exp-egsive of his spprecia.’on
of the kindly feeling showing for
bimse!f and family by the people to
whose intrest he is so traely devoted.
Rev. Thompion, of Colambis, P’a,
prracited both morning and evening
‘at Saint James’ A. M, E. church to
| largo audiences, the oceasion being
the quarteily meetin:. L 3 sermons
were very mach admired. " he foices
of the A. M. E. are being concenirat
ei preparitory to the meeting of the
coming auvual couference, and I
think I can safily risk my reputaiion
upon the well known hospitality of
Chamber-bu gers by ngaeiting io ud
vance of the coufeience that lis mem
bers wil have some pleasant recol
lections to eary »way f.om our town
of a time pleasantly as we'l as profit
ablv spect. Rightilev. Bishop Heod,
of the A. M. K. Zion connection, will
pey bis Epscopal visit tothe charch
heve <1 or aboat the Tth of February.
Thougzh he has uever,to the recul
lection of your correspondent, at sny
previous time visited our tow, he is
very h'nbly spoken of and anxicasly
looked tor.
- Mr. Wm. S. Hall hss had a very
‘sick child, which is at this time much
better.
Amonz the awiva’s th's week is
Mr. Joseph Mshoney, of Allezheny
City. Your corresp niea’ enjoyed
the pleasure of a ¢2!! from him this
morning and would eay to him call
agzin. The same to I"ev. Thomnson,
of Columbia. Callofiea gentlemen;
you are always welcome.
One of the best evidences 1o me of
a hopeful future for our rice here is
an increzsed desive to know whit is
going on among ur own people,
not only in the Cumberland valley
but 2!l over the countrv. The Joug-
NAL just fills this demand and isa
welcome visitor here to many of oar
homcs where the want of just sach a
paper has beeu felt for so long time.
Subscript'ons are comiug in every
day, thus proving that our people
know a good ihing when they sce it.
Oar people here arc determined to
stand ox their own merits rcgardless
of civil lights bills or supreme cou:t
judges, and with them {o determine
is to do. Oar salvation sin our owan
hands, und we must succeed by our
own effor(s or fail ignomiriously.
Yours, OCCASIONALLY,
Willismsport.
Janvary 24.—Mr. Elis Dlack,
one of our co.ored leter car
riers, 8 fow days 2.0 wWe
preseuitu wiih 8 .arge puria of
money by lirs. Willia 1 MeComnick,
for ing voo optae s ia delivery of rail
maiter. ‘
Mrs. Georoe Eagen, viie weiler for
the colored colvmn cf the Grit, has
taken ra interest in the lounwaL.
Oar Willizwsport letter failed 1c
resch you in time Sor publicaiion ias:
week; bub bereni o you will find
your corrzspoadent wmie prompt,
TLe graad bal: ¢ Jha Four Invia
cibles, v ich was he!d by them on
Janus-y the 17th, was 2 success. Mr,
Willam Shudoey deserves muea
praice or the ma<ner in wbi.h he
led (ke grand marca.
Invitatioss a'e cus for ¢ grand
wedding, which i 3 10 t2ke pace in
Febroary. Lbis las been a goed
w.nter for weddin_3, they ase quite
numeous rule,
T'to Zazoar held by the Wesley
Chureh Ir3t wees wes a siecess. Toe
watch the ladics contesied for was
awarded to Mi_s Lizzie Wilson. The
gavel was awarded to the Masonic
Lodge, No. 30. |
The revival still conticues at Mill
Street Ciurch, Hev. PPalmer is la-?
boring faithfully in this good work.
We bope e wil be well paid for his
lzbor, in siunirs beina aved.
Tio Parxz fotel turns oul wmore
Surday ¢ciiv'ars fiom among
there wa tuor. Wb.z uoy oiber hoiclin
vhe ¢ily. i 1
The Lav Seoit, lote of the Filbert
Sirret Chureh, preache ! |s ‘arewell |
s¢ o ] usday cvening, in {be
A. M. G a Clacch, River glley.
Prof. Hoxor lay delivered 10
presenialon speeches at the bazaar
on Maoudsy p st
We b wrd come younz mea svy i
the ey’ 1 ol (he rew ycar that
whey &0 ta od overa oo v Lost, but
the woy wo wiet Lo a2l the brzaar
last week 1o lovked o 8 if som - 0 Do
lewves we @ wooa prelty bad sl dy.
We weuld st in corceciion wiin
this (h.t yoa musi mever et your
hoovst convic ‘on bz Laghed down,
Yoa ¢ia .nwmore cxereise your recson
if yoa live ia cousia: . drewd of sidl
caic tiga you c:n e oy it if yollive
in eonstaat sar of death. I ycu
thinx it is 1120 t to diller from the
!timt 3, aud wake a point of wcrals,
60 it. No. fortg oleaes, bul et
3."3‘;" H’-", a 8 if 1 64T 1d W DiZ
soal ¢f his own it bisbouy, cud wid
poi w.lb uel iit ~as breut. od in bhim
the breuih of fas'jva. Ue true to
youi couviedizny, cud ia the evd yud
wil nct cutr be rerpecicd by the
world, but Lave the & provat of your
own Coii“CLolice. H o 0
Philacelphic.
Jaxvary 23 — Owivg to the
inlerest iu polities everytuing of
a social nuture is slmost at a 2 stand
«ill. but poilically evervthing is
booming. Ihere hzs been several
sarpiges, the most promizent among
themn teiug ihe death of City Cou
woiler My, E. Harper Jeff.ies, vho
h:s only veen ia office ‘or Lwo weeks,
and bad he lived wonld have mads
s offico as pure snd i eefrom cor
rupiion &s Lis i'ic basbecn. The an
poinimert of a sucecrsor lies with the
Governor, and if ha appcint, & man
83 zblo za Mo Jefliics the cilizens
will be ratzfied. Tio clber eurprise
was ‘Do withdrawal of M., George
P:oriie from ihe Republican tickel
£s pomiree for tax receiver. [in
Perrie recognized thas the good sue
cess of the ticket dependid upon bis
withdrewal, tnd like & brave wsan
he sociificed pereoral zmviioa for
the eake of iermony. Such s m:aa
deserves moch fom the Laads ol the
poriy with whica he is conve ted
and 2t come near day Mr. Per:ie may
ficd himself emplv repaid for his oin
creticn. Mr, Jacob Puraell witl not
bave a pa‘h oi10:cg1a bis ende vor
to go 19 couunci! (tom the Seventh
ward, us 2lroady an indeperdcot re
pubiican, eudorzcd by the demoa Ly
is in the field who wi'l draw Jorcely
fem the ru.is of the Republicaus,
wio iikes a colored man, (when he
voies) bus wil rot svppoit b'm for
an office. We arvé in favor of Mr.
Purnel firel, last sod gl the ‘ime,
and we may soco huve the pliscie
of informing the mony re.ders of the
Jounxarn ¢f his e'ceiion.
We gre t bave a grand e-nce:t at
tie Acadewy of Music ou Febraary
sth, by the Shilch Musieal Assceia
tion, which will be the grand conceri
of tre xozto . Among tho taleut en
ocged ave Mva. Neliie Drown, Miich
¢il arnd Mis: Addic G. Smiib, of Ecs
ton, whoso renow i 3 £ well kuowa
to need comment, g
St. Albau’s Lodpe, 1441, G, U. O,
of O. F. colebrated their fourtecnth
gnniversery &t L'bety H:ll, on
Thursday eveniny usi. ‘there were
addresses by the Rev. C. 7. Shofior
and o.here; 2'so eolos, dustts and
choruses by a janior ¢lass cf children,
undcr the lezcership of Prof, D, W,
Farvis. ‘lbe al.cudacce was good.
Ata meeting of the Barbars' As.
gociation lasi week a comumii ce wazs
appointed to arrange for (he suonusl
recepiion in Maveh, Tho geut'emen
composing the commiilce gie David
VWoodson, chairman; John Bairg, A
W. Johuson, C. W. Rliiller, F. W,
Sneldon, Mifflin Fesaiit, A. .
Brown atd 1, J. Richarison,
M Lou's Biown Las withdr wn
from Cillender’s mivsrels and will
spend the rest of the winticr at his
hom« in thi« ¢l v.
Mr. Job '+ oodson, ater zhsence
of over twenty yeara has returned to
the city end is stoppiny wiih bis
brother, Mr. David Wuodson, who
hed long given him upas cead. Mr,
Woodson wiil s ay 8 =hori time ia the
city #od then return to Calilornia
where be i 8 making iis home,
To morrow St Jimes commandery
No. 6, K. T, of tuis city, sand Demo
lay. of Cemden, . J., will go to
Wilmiagton, Del., to stiend & recep
tion given by St, Jounscomwandery
No. 2, of thatci'y.
Saveral of our promicent eilizeus
are prevering articles for the indus
trial fair that will be givin in New
York in February.
Mr. Joba G. B. Marehall of tie
SraTe JOURNAL, has returned {rom
Herrisburg and is aclively engeged
ia politice, which seems {0 suit Lim
very well,
Bethe! Literary Association was
f the church being used for a pro
racted meeting,but by Tuesday even
ng next a hall will be secared and
Ir. A. B. Stidum will leoture to the
ssociation. His subject will b
‘Oar Young Mcn and Art Cu'turs.”
‘here ave to be several leciures ir
uccession bv Rev. J. Pellan
Vliams,J. D. Lewis, esq, Wm. W
ill ead Dr. Motse'l,
A meeling was beld on Saturd -y
ighs by the coloved citizens to «u:
lovse Moyor King in veturn for put
ing co ored men on the force.
A meelioz of the con'ributoia t
he Home for the Homeless on Mon.
lay ‘he following were elested
'custeer, Itev. I L. Phillipg, Samue
Jollier, jr., Wm. Hill, A. H. Francie
us, Samucl Geodwir, ticd, Star
“red. Schofield, C.leb 17 'lur, Rich.
JTorris, H. B. Kinneg, N. Duboi
\[:iler end Joba B. Love; physicians
Dr. Charle: Codwalder sod Dr. J. M
Miller; mz‘ron, Mis. Apra M. Pw
lell. The mission 18 for the home
or des:itute colored persons and i
loing & good work indeed.
W"I "W U T Y TN A O rNE R
ELDER&TASH
___._)o(._.
To the Colo,ed Teople of U7~ Eeclon e
We urge specal eltention of the
coloied ¢'tzens of (h's vieiaily to our
Clothivy, Undeweor and Hat Em
poiium. Ocrbuinceais doue vpon
the ““C.ie Price™ gyslem, and justie2
is dealt out to every pairon. The
clothing we +cll is mann‘icioved ex
pressly for us. The underwear and
Hzai stock 73 the largest in the cily
Call and see.
ELDER & TASH,
One Price Clothlers, Hot'ersand Farnishe
ers, 84, 83 21! S 8 Nerih Tl d Sloeet,
FADRISEULRG, PA.
NEW
GROCERY
°
The unader:zizned hss opea~d a
grocery store at
No. €O7 Neith Thicd Sireet,
with a ‘foll gunnly of sfanle and fancy
gracerica,
Pura Snices, CsSes aud Tea,
SUCARS,
CANXED €OODS, CRACKITS,
Ec, Etc. EFE Guood3 deiivered to el
partzof the ¢’ v,
2y ) oe in'n
Hl I-E-IZI 597 i Ths.xD STI
BRILLIAAT [LLUMTRATION!
STEREOPTICON DICPLARY
— Y
eO N [ e
1 ' i il o fl.r‘ :
Bt Lfb ad Duih o Cimah,
For the Bencfii of (he Eder S ceet
Presbyterian Church, cn
WeDNESDAY, FEZ. 6, 1884.
Adu1‘.5..........-.—.-:_.—T........2()(f0n1f;.
ONMEEAN . oil TN
Reservell Meuts L ... it .a 0 20 Conis,
LARGEST AND MOST COM
PL..TE ASSORTMENT OF
GENLD> FURNISHING
GOODS IN TR
CiTY.
Y Y-,
Necl:wear, Gloves, Shirvls, Undevwear of all
styler, ciiecp Cune™: al"o Goid Headed
Cances, Umbdrellis=Cilk, Alpaca and
Gingham, ComplilelincofGents’
Jeweliy of all noveliies. Shirts
made toovdcer a Special!ys UncCer tke
Joncs House, No. TO7 Murket &'.cet
-"N/g 2 - L -
. A.Seseliparn,
C. H. OSSMAN,
Chcice cud Svaple Grocerlss
Aiways on hoad, TFine 2 roriment of New
Raizing, Pruncg, Citrons, Nuig, &e. Jvst
reecived an endle s vaviety of Cen
nel Goods. Give us a call fer
Holiday Goods.
Corxzr State Axp Freeinr Sar 18
FOR SA LK
’e .
Ax Orp Esracrisgep
FOUR-CHAIR
BARBER STIOP
First Class in every respect. The
beat location in the eity. Do
ing a gecd business.
Goop Rracoxs For SELLING.
Call on or address,
T. W. GALE,
1112 Eleventh av., Altoons, Pa.
W. A. EEISTER,
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, CUEENSWARE
AND NOTIONS, Cheap,
Opjposi‘e Market House,
SteerL N, Pa.
T. EAUFMAN,
AT GOOB A2D GROGEYES,
A {v']l 2ad well selectcd stock.
All of which he is selling at
the lowest prices.
FroNt Streer, SterLTON, Pa.
——TOR—
-4 ; "~ -
FtOOR, TABLE AND STAIR CIL GLOTH
\ y H )
In West Harrisburg, at ottom Jrices.
Floor oil Cloth, 1 271 wide; New Styles, Floor Oil Clo h, 14 ¥ rds wide ; Beantifnl Styles.
Floor Gil Cio 0. 114 yeld: wide: Cloice Styles. Flcor OQil Cisin, 2 yord: wide; Lleganu
Styles, Ilcor Uil Clo b, C 1 2y d- wade ; Splendid Sivler. Sielf 000 Cloth, 19 cents
Tperyaid. Sior OilCledw, 16 ents per v rd. DMai+ 25cenis. Animal Rvgs,
13cen’ =, Lorder L.quares for Stover; klegrn. > yles. §0 Paird 50it
Gray Blon.e ~givenavoy e Idollar per pair. Waie Blankel, very low.
Knit Sit. | and L . wers, Waite cad Gray, 23 ceate. 10,000 Mochine Neadles, thest
quoiiiy only,) for £ll Mocinac . I'uil Lae;of D y Geods, Nolions gud auncy Gouds ot
prices tuat will pey you to cril it
R 7
BISEFHOPS BAZAAR,
S2O ERCAD STREET.
TRADE DOLLARS TRKEW AT VIOE FCR RDOGS
’ 2 2
| 4 ba,
PITANOS AND ORGANES,
S5O ANTD UPWARDS.
For ¢:+b or month'y payments.
SEEET MUSIC and MUSIC BEOOXKS.
Addvess for Caologue, Le.,
; DRUMHELLER & CO.,
Market Streei, near he I iver Bridge,
FORNEY " STEWART,
Beaic, Ehces S IRubhers,
321 M ARK HL'SX,
HARAIZBURG, PA.
R v. LEIB
FRANK R. LEIB,
PR 4
‘ TR e :
NO, 1} NORTH TLOIRD SO,
HARRISSURG, PA.
el Y e
LARCEST LINE OF COMPANIKS DOING BUSINESS IN THE CITY.
oi A e S
NO, 9 SOUTH TEIRD STREET, RWSEING
REAL ESTATE AND EUSINESS AGETT.
CULLECTIINS Z.ZAESE_:’:].\T—-E PALD FROIEFTLY,
[ have propo:t'es for sile in eny port of theeciiy; #'vo, raine in Eteafion.
BOWHAN & CO'S
DRY GOODS HOURSE,
326 Market Street,
Tie cheapest place in the city to bay
MUSLINS, CALICOES, HOSIERY = GLOVES.
Always a laroe stock of
DRESS GOOTS b the CHEAPEST PRICEC.
COATS, DOLMANS, COI;IFORTS AND bELANKETS,
at about halt price, to close out.
H. H HARTRANFT'S
—iie Y B WV
' © STORE
BOOT AND SHOE \E,
No. 310 2larliet Street, Harrishurg, Pe.,
smiaiscim A il
Wl.w» 201 l kinds of Eoots and Ll2oeB can be el for Mcn, Li.dics, Boys, Girl? and Children.
POULTRY--ALIVE £llO BRESS:D.
FRESH BUTTER AND EGCI LALWATYS Ol lEAND.
COUNTRY PRIDUZE A SPECIALTY,
GEORGE M. BONNER,
No. 835 MUENCH STREET.
PRODUCE SOILLD ON COMMISSIOIN.
FLEMING.
BOUKS AND STATIONERY
CHRISTMAS.
32 N. THIRD STREET.
HOWARD & MARSHALL,
Dezlers in
-"*-:-—'(g‘\ "% f T nny 1
FUbsleN AND DOMLTE PROIQ,
VICGITAB'LIS AND OYETI Ry
No. 6. Market So. Harrisnure, py
HATS, CAP 3, TRUNKS, GLOVES Axp
UNEBRELLAS.
cmssetm s
Ee. EX. KIPINARD,
At 305 Liocadbivecs, sel’s these gocds
at the locwe 't prices. The stock
2 Is large, varied and fresh;
andsalis"ret’on is guar- |
anteed toall who buy,
HOLIDAY COoOOoos.
UHLER BROS,
116 MARIET STIDEIT.
China, Giass and Queensware.
Call and exomine oar Stock.
THE OFFICE RESTAURANT
DINING HALL!
626 State St., ERIE., PA,
Is Firsi Ciiss in ali its Compa:tments
B
WAL BOLYAR, Maxaczr,
s P e
25~ RUGULAR DINNERS EVIRY DAY.
MES. BE. MARSHAILL,
T N T
TOBACCONIST,
A - - ‘~' -~
4th and South Sts.,
Having ju t opened the above o= blish
meot wich a full supply of the best
biand: of smoXking and cheowing
tobaceos, we desire your pa
tronage. Giveusa trial.
(JournaL for Sale.)
Ve X TEREMEPI.LAZLS,
~=DEALIR IN ==
SASEATA e B
Galiadicy, PROTIGAD FACDUCE,
Queensware, Glassware, &c.
Cor. Fourth and Welnut Stresis
HARTISBURG, PA.
Al .1 |
iletonell Hotel
& J ,
503 East State street,
Boxvding by the Doy Week or Konth.
S. L. "McDONELEL. . Propr.
GO TO
I, TANA [ e
b LaIRRETS D 0 S.’.au;h,
WEST STEELTON.
roR
FANCY ARTICLLS,
PURE DRUGS,
MUDICINES AND SPICES,
At Harrisburg Prieczs.
PERFCUMERY.
STEILLTION, PA.
F. J. MILLER,
G A fi!Exfirg:'mY
BAKL“.‘ f‘..'] fic‘.k 3!’:5 du;(t’
125 Zagh Slele Dlraety Barvishury,
FAIIIZTES FSEDTVED.
M'NZIL'S
FFRTRITAR
AN EETCRTRAOR
rG2
¢ '-r."'q] n; r,:":n U»
Voienid el .A‘J J’l
Dver 38 Years in Use.
ior Ciwolera, Dyien’ciy, Choleca MMo:ous,
Dizitkea, Cols, Qui.cy, KEKhenag:izm,
Bruiges, Yeo'hache, Burzs, Pains ia Joints,
&e,, &e.,
Bhans ! z\',".?.. Bibian fnitha M 200
" i Y 1 1 an 3 ¢ 1 A %0
‘uena id !U.u..-g b-n.:d e tufl fi-"r..,-‘l
EBEWATE O CONT T 3
Erui
&e., &e.,
BEEXWARE OF COUNTIRTIITS.
The zenu'oe Jostheabeve TRADE MARK
Dinggisis e nd Dealers generoiy geil 12,
MNEILSLIVER AND BLOOD PILLS
Have no cupeifor, Try them,
J. X. QUIGLEY, Pimile'cr.
261 and 235 Booss'rce’, Hatii bnog, Pa.
| B .
Employment ~ Bureau.
Portics aceliag empioyinent, 21d pe_ons
desizing eervonis, con ava'l {nemzeives
of the advanfage of adverl fag ia this
paper their wanis. Ordinc'y acdvesl’ce
ments wiil be inzerted for 25 cls.
fi )
HUBERTIS
HOUSEFURRISIING BOIDS.
Lorge Assoriment of
HOLIDAY GOODS.
TIN WARE, TU3S, BASKETS
AND CHILDREN’S TOYS.
No. 1214 North Third Street.
United Steies Holel Ro2-wrant,
Meals Seivad ot 2t Hours,
OPEN DAY AND NiGHT.
~ WILLLOL ADJIE, Prap.

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