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THE CANNIBAL ISLANDS.
The two -uir '!-"! nf ?gn.l it' ll m.iiire knja I.y vhimwi ; nam.. Ti Kiiglmh Kniioi call l1""' j "TiieTwina," the Anieri.an til-r tlU ; tlieiu "I"uu.-h urn! Ju ly." The? are : don on th Kntrlih sailing rtmrt of a few vinnxiPiM "The Bit and LittleCan- j liilwls," ith note of warning that all j Uata nent on uliore eliould I armed, an the native are a treat-heron l't and eat human rWi. . ' In the vnr In 5 I "'" lierth out of Pn FranriH-o on the brig j . I .. ,.1.1 .-a r.o t Hum- il t::iilir la-en ,rt tr li. in Honolulu, and the (.wiier having emnu-e.1 ' -Mi vet her there. We had I,.. tmtihU- in lii..in: a ird erew, and hott.-r weather I Iieter aw until we were within t no day-' rim of our rt. Then -.. .t . I.. i, .iiMioiMed ti and .wept two men fiverlKwril ; ana w n. n we , finally brmight up it aa nn.i.-rtl.e lee oi , the Hig Catmilml, in a -heltered hay, , with maa-a and aada V ,,u,w-rk'' ! nearly all awe, aaay. ...-rr.. ...ff. and tin hrig leaking w that we had to take long t.ellf at the pump to kee, her afioal. M had not Nen itWe to ae eure an olwKTvation for thn-e lays, and although unite rt-rtaui that wuhi fiillen in w ith one of theSandwiteh group, none of u ha' al ever neen thia partimhir island But for the help of a very jk.w- j Itelore erful rurrent which caught the brig a i he wa twine hurlfsd wp-rn tjie W'-ather ( hide of the iiaiid not a man of iw would , have lived to tell the Mory. Thiacurrent ran u .ng Ujo nhorf c4 "birM t J into a bay on t ie lee aide, where our an- ; chor found g.l holding ground, and , brought us up in aal'ety. It wad two d.tyr U-ftm tl tonu blew j itaelf out and the w-a went down. We, lay within half a mile of the ahore, and j had een jx-ople on the beach every hour : in the day. At night they had built fin ! opixnite our IxTth, an if to ) that they were o ir trieinia and to encourage ua to lie of stout heart. Fnmi thia cin-um-atanre our captain argtifi that we had not lieen driven to the weM aa far aa had lccti auppuseil, and that we had at leant two islands l teeil n and the P.ig. 'an nilwl. When the aea lud gitie d. n auf ti. lent to WHtT:tnt lis in lowering a lt I a ordered t take the yawl and four men and pull for the beach and asciTtain out whell'ala'Uta. The weather had HII tle.iuMi ilrk and clomlv and no olmcrva- tion couhi m taken. I went nwy in the ix fifl was long arme.1 and long kwl, Vawt without the slightest misgiving, anJ i weighed only IW .uda. They without a firearm of any description, j mitrht have hunted for a we. k without We had act tied it that then- waa nothing finding un ounce of fat. When I n tum U. fuar, and I nliciatcd no trouble in j to I"" I " ,"1-'r ""' 1m'I--engaging native craft to run for some of ; rtain that we had not only fallen the island ,N.rt and atH-ure ua the aervic- ; among cannibals but that Home of us eaofaateam rmft. j would Mindy he eaten within n day or Al.noat o...ite when- the hull of the ! two. 1 waa greatly worried, too, aK.iit brig lav pitching at her anchor waa the ! the brig. The yawl was the only boat mo.ith'of a creek, ami, although there ! left her by the storm, and our continued was a bar and tle surf was rolling pretty ' abs.-n.-e would j.uzr.lc the captain, lie high, we enter.-,! the cn-ck without a.ri- I would have no idea of the mess we bad d. nt. Just as we were going over the g"t inb, and would not therefore l-e on bar it atruck me aa curious that none of his guard against an attack by the na the native had been out to visit us. It j lives. 1 am certain they meant to make wouldn't have Uvn anything extra of a , one, but Providence interfered. With awim lor a native, while their little craft the going down oi the sunaatrong breeze will live in a which w.aild roll a man I t i" from the land and before midnight of war rails under. It waa now P.tocl.a k J in t ie foreii.Min, and 1 remembered that we had not seen a native on the l-ach since soon after daylight. There was no J one in sight now, and we ran up the creek j aUmta .-able length and grounded. ; There wer- two native la.ata tb-re but not a person insight. I reasoned that a village must be close at hand, and, leav ing two of the men to can- for the Iniat, 1 tiik two others w ith me and set out to follow a broad and well Is-aten path, which 1 lM-lieve.1 led to the village. In this I was correct. We had not gone alstve half a mile w hen we came to the village. We had acanvly caught sight of tlie lirst hut when we were ourselves dis covered, ami three minutes later Were surrounded by loo dusky jieople. I an ticifutted a friendly welcome, and wa a g. n h) deal put out at our reci-ptiou. M.wt of the jwople were old men, women and ! children. There were not alaive live or six middle aged Inen. The circle was at on.-e forniwl atsut ns, and a soon aa they saw that we wen- not armed we w.sn- Hung down an-1 tied hand and foot. 1 had served with Kanakas aboard of w halers, and knew the dialect of the islanders pretty well. It was there fore w ith horror that I soon learned we were on l'.ig ( 'aninb.il island, and that the native were greatly rejoiced at tlie j.roa-ct of the feast before them. 1 at tempted to say something, but the noise oriti. irKli.iiitK .Irowncl my wnr.li, anl a. li .f iw h.isil.-,! liv l.in.N.11 1.. a tlilferelit but. , I was ti.Uen in lu.n.l liv two st..nt f.-l- Iown, anl w lien thrust int.. n empty luit j I turn.-.! i tli.-in hii'I tu-kt-'l for un ex planation. Tliey were Uuiiilif.iiltl.leil to hear me ui-injr their lialei., atnl at oikv ex!iihitel a in.ire frien.liv .lemeiin.ir. They hait eKix-.-!.1.! the brig to drive ashore, an.l when she ili.l not tliey feared she had i.k) aerew for them to.itta.'k. They wanted to know where she Ma from, hew many men she had aboard and what berrai.tain i-roinr-ed 1o;ii. I told them my object ill x.uiiii(! ashore, but ! they at onoe (jaw me to un.lcrstaiid they would do nothing. It would lie fur liet- ter fur them rfthe lirin was to drive ashore. 1 ollered as hL'h as .KI ill piid I if tiiey would i-t word of our condition ! t.i some civiliasl port, hut toe l.-li.ms ; were iminovahle. Tliey Wt'rtr asctol out- j las, and held no inteii-ourse exti-pt ilh ; the smaller is nlid. A ship I. ilk he-1 nt the islunds now and Ihcu for water or vegetables, bdt the natives kept .Kit of j night and would do iio trading w ilb the sailors. When t asked after the rest of the viil.ig.Ts tliey replied that upward tif forty men were at the smaller island. M here a w reck bad driven ashore als.ut two w.-eks ticforc. but were cXiectfd Inline next day. v " And what do you proMse lo do with uie?" I finally tn.ptirod. " Koast and eat you." was the curt re- ; an.l devoured. Indeed the ieople eon ply, as they fastened the d.air and left j pratulated each other oil his excellent me alone , ; y . r-Midition, and the strangers departed for It sin-tiieil more than likely. Why ! home with the promise ti crime back 00 they had not itone U. tue cnek to attack the thirtl day. It now Be'iued thut the hii.I i-apture Uie Hiulom and tlie yawl I j programme was to kill and eat tine of us o.uid twit un.lcrMttui.1, W it fenu-i tlutt alsiut every thinl day, and the sailor an.l our coimnii amoii them rather surj. ns.nl and ntttletl them. V hen they had i-cur.-.l us they formed a rty of twenty of tlie U-st men and set off for the creek, and iu half an hour this party returned Mh.aititut and suitring. The sailors had suspected nothing and mere easily .atptur ed. One of them m as pat into the hut with me, and be told me they supposed they were lieinji invited to a feast of ftnueMHt, andUiat tlw judives bad on-a-nnisKin to brinit them lo the villas. To lie holiest m it b tlie reader. I did not think these Wanders mere eaters of human flesh. I had lieen told so by Kanakas and i.ttier, tt the idea of a raie of men livinir within a day's sail of civilization and jriveu to such horrible practices mas too alanird for even sailor Jat-kV lielieT. They might lie pirat and wreckers, but they certainly could not la? cannibals. I am w ritinit of twt-1 w yours api. If I could not !lieve it then, m ho can believe it now ? And yet thi dis ltcb has lately lvn published all over the country : " fax 1'mvisv, s-jit. 5. Information is received that on one of tlie outlying i lands ofthe Sandwitch group a iiiaMsacre of thru bnauMuen la-longing to the wlna-ier Man- ATi.ier.n lately t. ........ti.ai.lle Irfll- ioa! l) naiivw niiiTriv. .- , tiiY-HiiisUB.rx. Tlw- Ixattmen fre ,.pJ w-VHn.v w,,ii.lel to r-rti'ler tl.ei.-i ti. j haml ani U. and. the-ii uken jn niw tv.T to another isUtn.l anJ trjljj fr (l-lir. The j.im ha--rs tlx n ljlliKhrj tiiem ,nd ha-J a caunibal tea n Ut.jr myted the k'r of the miUT with M, ,iy .Aimiing tli&t the mitive yet jl()Jlt,j U) ,,, brie coine ashore, an-1 I.y holding uathey knew they would ' . ... ,n.ur the event i,,,,, siu.rtlv afler noon they ' jptve ti a ery Mineral im-ai, aim " what oilti-ide words I , ..u!d nt-h m 1 -atl.ered that nifwnpi h.id lieen -iit ..ff tn I'ritiif the villager hoim- t.. atuu-k ithehiv. Th-y c.vne iwture mn-t, jtn.I i they had w-hpv arrived when a roii;.' j if guard fame and eondm-ted me to the . . I IT , orchief. He was Hhort.to.il fcI,.. aaJ , MW , plaIUV fc o h-m a,i Wn t,.ld, I Hipp-' 1 c,,,lU ,, ,H, ,n,.rLa.l I eome into his firenetiee than he (diotiied uie : " So you dan- land on my island with out 6nt wetking neruiwi3ii. We Khali ee aUlut that." " Put we are sailor in din1reC' I re- r , . hat is your distress tome .' Am 1 resjxmsible Ikh-uusc you don't know how to sail yotirsliip safely? Where does your craft come from, and where if ahe bound to ?" I told him tnily. " What i your cargo? " " She i in ball.i-4 only." " How many men are left aboard?" "Seven, counting the ciok." " Is lie a negro? " " He is." " Well you needn't count him. We w ill throw liiui t the sharks. I ate some negro onv and it made me sick for three lav. We will capture the ahip and bring your friends here.' " Hut why not carry word for u to same of the jams and thus earn a large su-n of money?"' " Ami lw seized iindshttt tip in prison, or hung? Tke the lean, long devil away and fatten Mm up. If he won't eat, you must . ram the food dow n his throat." lie hit the nail on the head when he called me long and lean. I at.a. l aisuil aa I learned w-veral month later, the .-a- hie which had o long sdsnt tin- strain partetl and let the brig drift to sea. She wa picked up by a st.-amer next day and towed into Honolulu, and the captain r. .rt.-.l tliat we on tlie yawl na.i likely l-cn .rapsized and lnwnel while trying . to collie oil to the brig after dark. That report settled our fate, and nothing more would ever la- learned of lis except by ac cident. ( ur first nigiit in the village was a w retched one. The natives were awake all night long, singing, shouting and re- i joicing iver our rapture, and, it being ' midsummer, we were nearly devoured alive by insect. I caught a few word now and then from the guards during the night, and I thus learned that the sea wa Uki heavy to ,M-rmit the attack on the brig, and that none of us would Ik- eaten until the jieople of Little Cannibal, which waa three or four miles distant, could cms the channel. This, they figured, .-ould lie done in another twenty-four hours, but they were wrong. The wind held at half a gale for the next two days, and it was on the fourth day of our ca, tnre that the visitors a p-ared. A chief and about twenty men came, and were warmly welcomed. I had not sc. n any of the sailor except the one who lodged w ith me up to this time, but 1 knew the huts in which they were confined and by li Hiking through the crevices of my prison walls I got an idea who would Is- the ,irst vi.-tim. 1 lie tattest man in our r li'l ioine aliore itli me. Me sa - on.l i-liiHK n-atiiHii naincl Philbrk k. an.l whs hnilt like nornoine. He lia.l a " th fH'"' n tl ' '',i'kK 'n tlie hlooni of heiiltlt. If the natives were af ter something ful and tender in the way of human Uelithey would tvrtainly take riiilliri.-k, and I m saw they meant !. The .Hioieest fmsl they could prov i.le was lieing carried to hi n, and it was videitt they were stullin him for the feast. He, jKsir fellow, evidently had no suspicion, or, with a sailors prove rhud rei-Llessin-s, as lioiui 1 to live hiuh w hile the or- '""itj li"ll ont. The visitors arrived aliout 9 o'clK-k in the inorniii)!, and half an hour later I saw rhilhrick led out. I do not think the men in any ofthe other hut.s tnuld riave seen him, i think they bad (riven him plenty of strong drink, for he acti-d tisy, and nf he ciiiieout ofthe hut he was singing a happy sung. The people at .mce gathered around him and led him off to the w.iods in the rear, .f the village. t lur guanls went with the crowd, their pl.i-.va In'ing taken by live or six Imys i.f lr.im 15 to 18 years of uge. These boys were well armed. attended strictly to the business on hand, and any attempt to force our way out would have resulted in our death. It Was 3 o'clock io the afternoon w hen the men returned, and I Musses hi aware of the fai-t that I'hilbn.k had la-en killed 1 made up our minds to eat no more f.ssl than would barely sustain life. I was, as I have told you, in very asir flesh, and, fortunately f.H- the sailor, lie was not much lietterotr, while he had a running sore on his leg. He had no sooner iu fomict me of this than I out w ith my knife and pished the ralf of my right leg, and then, by rubbing tobacco into the fresh wound, I got up au irritation which I knew would soon produce a sore. The next day after the death of Phil brick our allowance of food was greatly in.-reased, but we scar.-ely taste. 1 a mouth ful. They also gave us plenty of brandy, in bottles of English make, but we never touched it I kept working at my w ound and the sailor kept irritating hissorcand in a couple of days we both had ferernd really cared Very little about food. I knew we abould not lie Uie next victims, as the two other men were in better flesh ; but still as the third day came around I was in anything but an enviable frame of inin.L I could not see the huts of the prisoners, but m hen the visitors arrived, which mas al about Uie same hour aa be fore, the victim selected mas a sailor call ed Ham. His oUier name was ou the brig's article, of course, but I bad not learned it. Me w as an old an i lor. blind of one eye, an.! w in u he i.ad Ik u i brought out he ,roltblvteii-led for the ; first time wh:t was to follow. Wrench- ing himai-if from hisgtunls he t"i.ed a war club and laid about him with entch fury as to hold tlie crowd at lay fo' fonr i or live minute. He had no abow, how- j .ver. and waff stam knocked down and ! dragged off. When the men returned af ter the feast I heard them diniisxing the meat. It was not so (rood aa in the pre vious case, and they laid it to the lact that Sam had heated hi blood. It was suggested .that the-next victim le made drunk before he wa taken out, and it was I hat Kiigg.x'ion that.savcil iii vhfe. That evening my .icuptuioii and I were inspected by the chief and his two doctor. They ca h- to our hut and or dered u to atrip. Mir lean flesh disgtist--sl them, and when they Raw th orc they were furion fir a time. The doc tor were ordered to put u on a diet an.! give ns something to purify our "blood, and a they ent away the chief, who seemed to have s ,-ronal pite at nie. gave me a slap in the face and exclaimed : "Ah. you lean, long waisted devil; I'll roaat yon for inv do if you dont fatten up:- The visitor were to come again on the third day, but onthe second agaleaet in, and continued to blow and kick up ouch heavy aea that they could not cross until the sixth day. Pnring thi interval the tw o of us turned over many plan of es ;, but the guard never gave u t'ie least opiortunity to carry any of them out. Our hut wan stoutly built, the peo- j pie around us wereas keen a foxes, and I no outlook could lie more ghamiy. We refused to eat or to imbila- the blood medicine left w ith us, and the sore were by this time in a very bad state. It would be a long time before the native found u choice morsels; but what I feared w as that they w ould become impa tient and knock us on the head. It was plain that the chief hai! taken a dialikr to me, and I felt sun- he Would not allow nie to live another week. t In the sixth day, a I have said, the ,No,ile from Little Cannibal came over again, and everything was ready to fe tst on the third sailor' IkkIv. He wa a I ,towerful young fell named Kii.lcr. He mu.-t have realized the fate in store for i him, and the liipior w hich they supplied j him with made him" lesperatcly furious ( instead of .jnietly drunk. m When they I led him tint he broke away, backed into 1 a apace U-tween two hinxand there, arm- ed w ith a lance he hud wrestled from one 1 '" l-e held them a. bay. T'"' ; was immediate and great excitement. There were two guards at our door. One ran away at once. Altera moment the other called to a boy of 14, and left him in his place. The boy was excited ahd anxious, and gave us no attention. Aa axa.n us I saw this I went to the far corner of the hut and kicked out enough of he , sites to permit tnetocraw 1 through. My comaiiion stood at the door to watch the boy, and when I was ready I trailed to him. He w as crossing the hut w hen I slipped out in o the grass and bushes ami started off. The sailor w ho wa fighting for his life must have given them a terri ble battle, for he held them fully ten minute and drew the whole jmpulation around him. No one saw me it I glided away, and I had run a iiarter of a mile lh-fore I found that 1 wa alone. I up us ed the lilor was close at my heels, but it seemed that he had taken a different di rection. No hunt was made for us until after the feast. 1 crossed the island, found another fresh water creek, saw two or three sail in the distance, and then l.aiked about for a hiding platv. I went to the top of a very thick tree, and for the next thn-e .lays and nights I did not set foot on the earth. A vigorous and jiersisteiit search was kept up by the na tives for that time, and then they seem ed to argue that I had thing myself into the sea. Kor five days I lived on the wild or anges and In-rrie grow ing in profusion around me, and then a small boat from a wrecker came into the creek for a cask of water, and 1 waa taken off. I'nfortiinate lv for me the schooner got hold of a wreck next day to the east of us, and this upset the captain's plan to put inrt ' 1 alMiard the first vessel Iniuii.1 for Honolulu. He needed my muscle alioard the craft, i.n.l if was exactly two months from the ; lav of in v capture that I landed at the ! capital of the Sandwitch islands. The Sandwitch islands. The ; inand reported the yaw. kr-t. I weul to the Amen- ! liri h id coll.. an.l hi r cn-w I can coiisuliite, hut the consul himself was ..If on a junket, and hi wnlx.rdinate t'Mik no interest in the caw. I ent to the ! British consul, hut as I could not assure him that anv ofthe Kailors were British I ... , , , . subjects he would make no move. I j went to the captain of an Ami-rii-jin imin ..f war lyina in the harlsir, and he heard alK.ut half my story and brnwitiely li-. lllisse.1 me. .Vw lori- .Vim. In Brief, and to the Point. lyspewia is dreadful. I isir. lered liv er is iniwrv-. Indigestion isa fuel gtaxl nature. The human digestive apparitus is one of the most cfiuiplicated and w.iii.lerful thi ips in t-XHitt-ni-e. It in easily put out of order. (ireasy fond, tough f.Kid, sloppy food, had eKkery, mental worry, late hours, ir regular habits, and many o her things which ought not to lie, have made the American people a nation of dy.eptic8. But lireen's August Flower has done a wonderful work in reforming this sad I , . i . .. I business and making the American pei- pie so healthy that tbev can eujov their j meals and W huppv. ' 1 ' 1 " . j Kememlier : No hapnnei without, health. But tJreen'a August Flower ' brills health an.l ha.,.,inM. Ihe Hva. i - (a-ptic. Ask your dm-rist fur a Inittle. Seventy-five cents. The man w ho does not know " what's iu a name" bad tiotter jo and forite one then he'll find out mighty quick. At'ol.liof unusual severity which I took last autumn developed into a ditti- cullv decidedly catarrhal ill all actciistics, threatening a return chronic malady, catarrh. 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Stories, Miwellaneous Reading, Will lie furnished to snliscriber f.ir tlie en suing year, together with a copy of ' OUR FAMILY PHYSICIAN; (New tulilion,) Kor il.7.", wy:ililc in advan.-c. The price uf this book in ad lt.iok'.lores ia j:UW. The price of the "Teh-graph " is I.UO. We give both for 1.7'i. THE BEST PKEMll'M OFFKItKH by any Paper in the Tinted Stale. This hook conAtitiH 40 paiee; in si inch, as loiiff. iu.-lies w ide and 'i in.-h.- thick. It is I Tinted .m eJtlr heavy pHs-r, and Is hnnd.ime y tiound, with emts.sed .-..ver and cllt U-lten-d j bsrk. It ivditl.-rvnt fMin all other wurkot the : kiad At t.R fl lll.lHH. It tearhei. th.ise wlai have it how to tell wUai ! the matter ta w hen a s-nsi.i ireU ai.-k. All similar tasiksn-ll what uido if you know whiit the disfasr is. This hok tells you ho to , d.-t.-et thedinea--Sj and thu priper rcia.sHe are aiveD for Allojialhie. HoinenpHlhlo, KliM-trlc. Ily droiMtthic. wins Herhal treaiinenu. la.n't iai) to avail yourself of thit. otter, which bold ipwsi until .Unimry 1st. lsss. W here the hook in aent by mail. 'St eenU must I aeconiialiy the order for postage. KK1.1AB1.K AtiF.STS WANTKD ""very ,HM. l"" u"1 Ia"y T-Urah. : per year. lluili' Tu ..urui.h mid (Imp l-t.iilv Ihiru1.iuti p.-r yer. I'.MttiKron B..lt, Jti cents xtra. If M-nt by nuii 1. Knrlunecah with all onler. anil a.Mren M. W. M. AI.AKNKY. Mal.at.i-r. ilarri.buix, IVun'a. I II r) I QS. IlOmeCfeLO. S Penn Avenue Stores. v u i. ' i . . j No Suunuer Ilress I amlirii-s to be earned over, tiir entire stock l lie sold out .iiit kly. '" ,"'a" a evi.l.-iu-e na.l further. Fine French suitini;, iiai,. Cutnel-hair Mixtures. Checkit. jiriT, ln.L lli.it .I.M ;tinu.wul I.. til ... ji.gr, Bmi ii r,; x,,.,. we it,.t ALL of tlicm at the two prices. Ml AXf 7.1 t'KN'TS I a yam. 1 Hey are line Press ixsKly. reni.-m-Is-r, terfect, anil this sasou'9 gisnls; they can't linger at these hull' an.l less tiian half pri(t. An lo bow ninny, it's ocit Iter here n.ir there; we want you lo renieiulier the fact that these g.wKls are I., he Hold .plickly. the pnce insure that, nnu tlien agnm that thi-se are the finest and choirest goods ever sum at in.-se marK-ft.iwn pncca.il aii.l ,j I cents a yard. I Now, then, in the same pom. near the i door, we otter more August mark-downs. all-w.sil g.sslsal rents, all-w. s.l gixstsat i '! rents; then, biggest ..r all; one lot of :YZ- I i inch Suitings., light mixtures and check, at ' j fitl wnts a yards, were 75 cuts and $1 id a J I yard. You c-tiiiiot duplicate these lir-ss iiistds lurgains. ! i 40-ineh All wo.il rtergea, were IV.) and U. ! ,v",!'. 1,1 50 c,'",', T.ien some I'laiils and Check, were -r I ,, ,,. M ,fJ i Wtsil Sun's Veiling. .VI cts., now2Ueenls. 3-i' h All-wool Suitings, were 60 cents, now nt 25 lents. Some light shades in All-w.s.l Khyber 'IoI1m-s, down lo w cents fr.u .'si to 7 k-.' """e ""I ".'' " lltll.gs, llgl.l eol- onsi, now at J cents a var.1. Some plain Ktnniinea, rlelicate shades, 15 cents, were i'i cents. Triiiled I'hallis. Ju-nenl mxsls, down lo 1-4 i-ents. l-jich tot ixriii.d here is worth while tee ing, as thee laliri.-s are new and choi.-e and suitable tor wearinc now and into the early Fall. This is our "clean sweep" August Dress (i.ssls Sale. f THE AV4 JOXrit FEMD fJ.F-l B Y ALL '!jos.IIonie&Co.s of IDV old v P enn Avnue Stores. J-ttslUT'rll, octs-ir te Pa. THE PEOPLE W ho have hrD di.apajiate4 ia the rvaulta ub tained Irom the tnr of XK.'A W INKS, BEEF WINK ami IRON,nrihean-raitnl KMi'I-sloN of it .! LIVER llll,iliuuld use CHERRY MALT PHOSPHATES, aeuinliBaii.uf Willi Oierrr, Extract of Malt, ! an.l tiic H)Hipb.aliata .Irlirioua aOBiulam j aal autruueat. i 1'uxaaT MaLTaetanathe apiiaarh atel Urn-Uk-ivaKiuft the appeUte. aasiatiax di(etloa, t hera- j Btakiax it applicable fcrllfaprpala tn Iu va- ' rloua tnrm ; lunm of Appetite, Headache, iDMim. nla,iraeI Debility, Want uTViUllty, NerroiH Pr.rtrali.in, Cunnuuption, etc If yourlni4orirt does not keep It, aend l,t lur , one bnttlr at &. for at houlea. Expraaapaid. I UEBIt PHARMACAL CO., j 78 Maiden Laae, K. T. : gold by ail Drutvtaa. marao-'W-ljrr. Grant and Lee at Appomattox. ctier.il H im.e IVrter, w lm was an aide of tjt-neriil.Uirant.'corrtribute to the NovcuiIht CVnturv an a.-count of his last caiiipatgn, w hich is profusely iiltistrate.1. j Front it we quote a follows: "The con- j trust laetween the two command waa ! very striking, and could not fail toattract i marked attention, as they set ten feet j ajMtr facing c.u-h other. j K "tieneral tirtnt, then nearly forty-f three years of age, was five feet eight .' inches in height, with shoulders slightly j st.iH-d. Hm hair and full Ix-ard were a j nut-brown, without a trace of gray iu them. He had on a single-breasted blouse, made of dark-blue Manuel, tin- ) ; buttoned in front, and show ing a waist- 1 j coat underneath. He wore an or.lim.rv I jmir of toji-lMMds, w ith histrousers inside, ! and was without spurs. Tlie boots and ' rtion of his clothes were Sittere.l with mud. He had had on a pair of thread gloves, of a dark yellow color, ' which he had taken off on entering the pxiiii. His felt 'sugar-loaf st,iT-briinmed ! hat w us thrown'on'the table lesi.le him. j He had.no swoid, Mnd a pair of shoulder- ! straps was all there was about him to j 'les gnate his rank. In. fact, aside, from these, his'unifonn was that of private soldier. Lee, on the other hand, was fully six feet in height, and tiite erect for one of ' his age, for he was .rant's senior by six teen years. His hair and full beard were a silver gray, and quite thick except that the hair had became a little thin in front. He wore a new uniform of Confederate gray, buttoned up to the throat, and at his side he carried a long sword of ex ceedingly line workmanship, the hilt studded with jewels. It wassaid to Is-the sord which had be;n presented to him by the State of Virginia. His top-lajota ; were comparatively new, and seemed to j have 011 them some ornamental stitching j of red silk. Like his uniform, they were singularly clean ami but little travel j stained, tin the I sails were handsome spurs, with large rowels. A felt hat ; which in color matched pretty closely j that of his uniform, and a pair uf long , bu-kskiu gauntlets lay la-side him on tiie table. We asked Colonel Marshall afterwards how it wus that la.th he and ids chief wore such line Ua.-gery, and looked wi much as if they had just turn ed out to go to church, w bile with us our outward garb scarcely rose to the dignity even of tlie 'shabby-gentcl.' He en lightened us regarding the contrast, by . explaining thathcn their headquarters wagous had been press, J closely by 1 our cavalry a few days before, and it was 1 found they would have to destroy all their baggage except; the clothes they : carried on their backs, each one, natur ally, selected the newest suit he had, and sought to propitiate the gods of deal me- '. ti.m by a sacntii-e of his secon.l-liest." iKm't ! If a .l.K-tor otf.-rs you a Lxtttle of Siilvatiun Oil without LiU-I.s, or wrap- , H-rs, or in a tiiutilute.) or ili-fatv.1 park- : aj;.', Am 7 touch it .l.m't Imy at any price, j ymi ran rest asnure.1 that there is Home- j tiling r.iii) it may le a .lanerotis an.l j worthless t-oiinterft-it. Insist uniii pet- I tin a irjel, inirlM, ..in ., package, j - .... - - i A Yankee Notion. A rather novel enterprise has just Int-u j estahlishetl in this city, vhich will inter- j est prry ovtiient at larp? an.J husinesH j men in iKtrticular. It iss.miethiui;eutirelv j new not only in IWton hut in the entire cotuitry, and will iinlouhtclly prove the pioneer of similar one in many other ! cilies. 1 he to-lieiue as iieveio)ei is to notify proierty owners in caje of lir, that they may Iw on baud to nave and prot.vt their possessions. For instance, a building on Summer street is discover ed to lie on tire at midnight. The owner or occupant, of course, is unaware of that fact, and is probably sound asleep at his home in the Back Bay. There may lie Isx.ks. papers and articleH of small bulk not in the safe which are juit valuable. Were the owner the present he might be able to save them, or direct the firemen so that they could d.i it. Even if this should not lie the case, a pro?rty owner could peraoiially sui-ei-vise the protection l of goods not destroyed, an.l certainly he would lie interested enough to w ish to lie j present. If he hapieiis to lie a subscrib- I ere to the scheme be is at once notified of the tire by messenger or telephone by the agent of the company, whose busi ness it w to attend all tires. Should the owner live within the city limits a car riage is sent for him and be ia brought: to the fire free of cost. The scheme j operates in the day as well ax the night j time. H it biisiiies man leaves his otlice i and goes to another part ofthe city be is ! hunted np and notified in case of fire as j soon as (Hissiiile. liitui Herald. Every wherethe Same. ; YA herover (tilmore's Magnetic Elixir is ' introduced it U a.is ail other remedies for : the cure of coughs, .colds, hoarseness, , bronchitis and all affections of the thront j an.l lungs. It will relieve the worst case of asthma in one minute, licgular phvsi- ciuns endorse it as a first class specific for the purposes for which it is premred. Bon.ard Salisbury, of Humphrey Centre, ( attaraugus Co., X. Y., writes : " I have : tried it in my family an.l find it splendid, j t e keep it constantly onTianil anil would ' not keep house without it." At this sea- son ofthe year all jiersons are liable to a cold, which oneor two small tloses of1 tiilmon-'s Magnetic Elixir w ill relieve at j once. I The (iilmore Remedies are for sale by Biesecker A Snyder, Mammoth Block, Somerset, Pa. Shiloh's Vitalizer is what yon neel for Constipation, Loss of Apietite, Dizziness, and all fymptomsof Dyspejisiii. Price 10 and 7ft cento jier Uittle. Sold by (Jeo. W. Benford A S.n. - Catakhii. For twenty years I was a sufferer from catarrh of the head and throat. By a few appl cations of Kly's Cream I$alm I nn-eived decided beuefit was cured by one bo tie. Charlotte Parker, Waverfv, N. V. Sleepless nights nuidi; uiiscruble by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the rem edy for you. Sdd by (ieo. W. Benford A Son. A baker may have his shop in the west, tint his work is al vay rising in the east. Catarrh cured, health ami sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 5(1 cents. Xasal I njector free. Sold by (ieo. W. Benford A Son. - Is your father a christian ?" asked the uew minister. " Xo," leplied the loy ; "be sings in the choir." - Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Com plaint? Shiloh's ViLal'uer is guaranteed to cure you. tftdd by (ieo. W. Ucnibrd dt Son. -- Most lawsuita have twirl n-d wire con ceahnl about them for everybody but the lawyers. Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchi tmiiomedistely relieved by Shiloh's Cure, Sold by Ueo. W. Benford it Son. There are 78,000,000 acree of corn plan ted in this country, and about that num ber of corn achers 00 tlie feet of its inhabitants. EOOD'Sf cores OTIACTV Mb The unportanee of parity (ng the blood can not be overestimated, for without pure blood yoa cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and Hood's Sarsaparilla ia worthy your confidence. It is peculiar In that it strengthens and builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones tlie digestion, whik It eradicates disease. Give it a trial. Hood's Sarsapatilla is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Doll" Mason S: Hamlin Organs and Pianos. The CaMiitH Onrn was futrodncrd by MafOQ A Hum iu in l-t MnMjti A, lirkftiiiti Oih.h havr alwnT mHtnt-titi! Kn-ir Urfii(My or all (tftn-m, having tvceivft iliTftot llmi.r at ail trt-at WtfHU'f Exhibitions iacc JHiiT. The ImnrnvfH, MJvnf Striu-jinu' Piano, Inrented by M:ioh & U:mu in i a cn-at ndvance iu piutMt L-iitr-tnu lion. cxttrrtM proitoiiiH-in it "the LT-aicpt iinnvnnettt in niumiH linlf acllrarT., Pianu circular, c nt-iium .JU ietftiriMiiiian from purrhaMTv. niaKictau. nnu ttincn, and Piano and Gran Calakvura. frvtt, KAtO tt C25A PU1T0 CO., 15 Eait HA - (TJaia Sqtae), VZW 7Z2L. BUY I OUR GflNDEE RUBBER BOOTS SHOES OP John G. Sanner, Homerset, 111. I aprJO-lyr. WORKING CLASSEST,S are mtw pretkatvfi to furnish all claW! wuu em ployment at iiome, the whole ofthe tiint, or tor 1 Iheir niare mmentH KuxuieH new. liirht mid , protitaMe. PertMUiwof eitlter ez easily extra from : .TUe tort per eveniitir and a proportioual xmn hy dfVotitiK all their lime lo the hu.-iaew. bovand irirUearu nearly a?- much an men. That nil who mr thi. may xeml their aidresH and test the nun- new, we make thin otter. To urh a, are not well satisfied we will eud one dollar to pay for the in hi Me of writing. Full panit ulurx and outfit free. Addre itkoRUE tisw'S Je i o 1'ortland. Vai ne. Atn-fi-' -1 vr. 1 HTlJ -r ' 11 fT ! C- s. fes5s-j Somerset Lumber Yard. ELIAS CUNNINGHAM, M ANt'PACTruEK ash Dkalkr. U'hoijsalkh and Rktaii.eh or LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS. Hard and Sott Woods, OAK, POPLAR, SirilStrS. PICKETS. MtirLPINtiS, Asn. WALMT, FI.(X.RIX(i. SA.SH. STAIR KAILS, CHERRY, YELLOW PIXE, SJIIXlil.ES. IHMIKf BALI'STERS. CHEKTMT, WHITE PINE, LATH. BLIMiS. SKWF.L POSTS. A General Dneof all grades of Lumhcr and Building Material ami Rimting Slate kept' In tirk. Also, can riirni.h anythiim In the line rf our lmiiiess Ui onler with reaonalile pnimpttie. such as Bracket-.. 0.lrt-sla-t werk, etc. ' ELIAS CUNNINGHAAI, office and Yard Opposite S. & C. R. R, Station, Somerset, Pa. . 1S jTJ(g2J) BY 'lETTLlO SCIENTISTS AS PRACTICALLY ., ::. t a An tatfiJt'y 1 T- -r -w IalEstmctiSle MOTj- Over 500 Beautiful Designs. X MAWF.'-rr-wFo rrr MONUMENT L EROMZ f J'.'PANY, BBIDOKPCi-. ecu.:. STO P T TJ IE SHAFFER HOUSE Patriot Street, SOMERSET, PA. - I with to call the attention of the Traveling Public to the fact That the SH A KFKR H ifSE ia closer to the nation than either of the other notel. That the SHAFFER Hol'KK ia as eonvenient to all busiuesa parts ot town as the .rther bouaea. That the SHAFFER UoCSE otlero aa GOOD ACCOMMODATIONH a any other house in Snmenel. That the HH AFFER ItoUHE Prbpricha- will ej-lrrGE YOU loESS f0R bODGIJG than anv other house in noenet. That the SHAFFER HOt'SE ia a temperance bonar. That the SHAFFER Ht it'SE if the farmers' house. That the SHAFFER HOUSE ia the travelers' kK. Farmer and others TisitlnK onr town will do well by slopping at the SHAFFER HOl'SE K. AV, SIIAFFEH, April 4, 7.-3m. Fr-prietor. ' A. HAiCSSS"! WE90IRS, TM15 WONDERFUL fan Comhinlnf ft PrtotPv Price $7.o t oar VlMtaaaIe Prtcea. THE LUBURC MANF'CCO.. n l i-x owss oetltATrs ovr 6,000imies OF 1EK1ECTLV CONSTkCCrEU KAIL WAY. PKNCTftwTES TH SCST PORTIONS OF illinois, icw a, wisconsin, -niichican, minnesota, Dakota, Nebraska, and WYOMING. 11 A. IT UP W W CH!0A3O - AND MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, COUNCIL BLUFFS, ON! A HA. THE tl'OSt RF'HONS op VIl'IIKMN. THE KKKK 1AM S 1 F I VI-'. yi S.)f i'Hl i:N Sr I ( K ri THE OM V 1INK T) TIF IO O'K nills THE PIONKKl: LINK Iu (: i IK. H;M t. TarnwpB. tune ulihsx and mftirmstmti in tt fiiitms detail. addnMS (WMhriiJ 'fc .r ) H. A. CROSS, Trave line Airt., Itnra-t. r. Pa MARVIN HU6HITT H C WICKER F.P WiLSOl CCTIMC'C NETS. TENTS w and s I bportlng Cioocs. -li-t.4iu.ling shot ;uns. linillr-rtarrt-l iSrt-' vhkf- Uirtl. ?ltt u !. Sim-It- Hrteh Im1 tiia Shot iifiK tft pvi-rv kind rtl lrf-h litulinif Hini K'tMntlnie Rtrts, t S-t0 Mu- r,t-lAtuiiiu iHtutdf S1m uriH. u Sti ; Sin- SI il (iuris, J to IU vol vers, ?l to J0; loulli'-mtlon fWlf-rrkHrs, fJMMolft; All kin In. if rHrtridui-M, Sht'lls. rajw, WiuIm, TiniU, Powdrr KliL-k-, Shot Piui. hfH, Primer. s'imI 2 MntJ for Illn.tnril Cat hIokii. Ad drfHH liKKAT WKSTKKN Ul S WottRs, ai SMITHKIKM sTKKKT. PITTSBl KuH, PA. N H This 8H I'l-yetiroM. ndlnlde tinn ; N'rlftly trustworthy ; jr"l rs fill I roniMly and uoimIk He-iit hy mail or Xrfs to any (tart ot the world; no matter what ym wanr in tlif nn Un', you tali net It at t!ir treat Wet erti hy writ iiitf a lettr. Onus nialt to onler ; Ouuh and Kevotvt'm rrpairt-d. H-tU-2m. ARBUCKLE3' name on a package ot COFFEE ia a guarautee of exot llt-ncu AR10SA COFFEE is kept la all first-class stores Irora the Atlantic to the Paciliu. COFFEE Is never ijccd when exposed to the air. Always b-i v th: -hr. -1 inhfirmetio.-iilr sealed O.VJ i?Vi:r ?' Cor-ls of lui bavf nH fir m rrma to t Nifl Hu;-rrli ttmt mH uKwIi dailv. -Trwrtf" Whrtwr farmer an Wnort CHof.,-wr wagr. A-f ttrdr' fr.ita ir vf'-inftr 4n !wtrH Tut: .en FKHMt roLUi.N. xtriNK i(-iiie co., 903 8. Cual flLreet, Ctuuaco, IU. FASHIONAULK CUTTER and TAILOR, Huvin hail many yars 'XfHTteijff in aM Vnmehe of the fa i tort n k Ihi im, 1 tfiiarmitee at)tactitm to all who muv call up- on nit- aiio :av.tr ,. me with their uat- Honajfv. Yonw, At., WILLIAM M. IKK HSTETLKR. Ht)MKR!KT, PA. ' ? The ol.t.ist an.l bent Inftilutlmi for obtaining a Busiii.t Kitu.-Htiiili. W'e l.MVe Mi.-.-efuIIy .re .ttrerl thminii.)! of yomig men Utr the m-live .1.1 tieit of llle. '.r CirfiilHn. a.hlrei., 1". VI fV A H.NS. Mttshurv, V. IT WILL PAY YOU HI BfT YOTB Jt C Mdltl i 1. IVOR 14 or Wm. F. SHAFFER, Hiiufir"timrof antl lnier in .'oo-n HVii-t Ftti-Hultedun .srf Writer, iw.! OJtn. Ai, Ay itt Jr!hr WHITE MiOStE: Pirsniis in med of MONTMENT WOkK will Kiul it to their itilrreH t..-all al my shop, where a proper showina will be (riven them. N.fin. fnrtivn (iimrnnlmt in Eitrp tlw. rwrf L-Jfji i I't'A' )' L0 II'. I invite spet ial attention to the White Bronze, Or Pure Zino Monuments lutnslui ed by RKV. W. A. OR! Mi as a Iieclded Improvement in the point of MATKR1AL AND l iiNSTKl (TIOS. and uhlch is d.-stineil to I the Popular Monument for our Changeable l li mate. a CIVE ME A CALL. WM. F. SHAFFER. - ft I, BIRTHDAY OR HOLIDAY PRESENT JAttTi mUm, lUrllatu r larmlM i :Tr:.n. CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES All nimbhed with tha rr ... at J . TV .. . I a..-n trrrZJZrZLZZ" ' 145 N. Oth St.. PhiladaTpir. I JJAILBOAO TIME TABLES. t . HM.TIMOKE A OHIO RMLHoM SO V ZHSKT d CA XliRH KKA VU. M-TASt.E AND FARE. MiU-s. Fare. Somerset to Stoytown U", Somerset n H.a.Ver-villt- IT Mi Somerset 10 Bethel .. 22 j 70 Somerset to Johnntown a 1 10 Somerset to Kr-ktmd.... Somerset to UarreU l. a somerset to Mytrstale 21 10 Somerset to Cumberland S 00 Sianewet Ui WahiiiTtoD - 210 4 Vi Somerset to Raltiiwire 2f4) 7 -iu Sneret to I'r-Miia it so Somerset to rHin.ienee . yo - S.iaetset to .'oniK'lhvtlle ia I SO i Smurnrt io I1ttbiirtl. 1!U 3 40 ' Tlie fare to i'hi!.lelpbi l tv.'M. and to Nt-w ! Yotk, iL6!. Summer Arrangement- In effect since May 29, 17. NOKTIl-fiOL'XD TRAiy.S. JiHINSTOWN EXPRESS S.n 111. .Imm. J.nstown 7:: I ftM'kwiNtl 5 : a m i rfijfrr tU a ru J Mttyswi.mn ti-jii m ; HiNtvtTNville. m ut 1 iV-liicl m m MAIL Nul l. I Jur. fittshurKh. 7:a m t km ku.iiMl hAi a ni ; Millnni .:..; nt I Somerset .11:1 if? a in ; sroysiown...U::i7 a m i HtHivTMVili:.li a m ! itt-tttt 1 p in Arrirr. Johuatown.... 1.40 p m J FavM-niri-r fhuu Pilist.titvh chantfc car for j fx pint- uu tbe SuitrM;I k 4'uuibna at K-kTAtuwL I on Sundays tfitMmin will run two himr late . fnn KiM-ktttimi ti Kntri. ani nve hour law fnHu Suuiencl to JuliiLiuwn. So.MKRSET At n).MMoI.TIoNX,A, t. f .ifTMV. SOMERSET 6:ipin Raltininiv 10:iK a m Pitt4htirKh 1:H p m R(m1ewum .V.iu p iu MiilVnl o:ii l iu t list-n. ft,r S-ni,ert frm the east and west on tut PiiuhurKh 1ivlmu, L'batixv can at Roek- ! d. i SOVTH-ROrSD THA AX BALTIMORE MAIL-Xu. i. Isarrm Arrirr Jthn-lm n 7-V a ra ( H.h'1cwj. 9:'A a m H-tlel : A a m ! t uinU'rlaini lJ:Jp m IIoovtntviile . m lit j Wa-hntion 4:,1 m Stoy-nmu yvaiiij haitimon .V.ti p ru ( teller !.J.ui t FiiLturxb u iu SMKItSKT a iu Mtltnl 9:4-' a iu ! PneuKens fi poiut eas$ and west chatKre can j at UorkuootL Mi Siiinlay thit tmin will run twentT minutf tale from Jha-towu Ui kockwumi. At CUMMulATHN No. 'M. Arr'rt I Flirkwoot It uiutHrrltiiiii ... 1'itt.ohiirish V tt-sliiinfton ! Hnltinmre .lotiitown -.m ft m il;htl ;t iii m Htmvfnville... .i:.n p m stoy-4ou n A :z p m tifiK-r ::..7 p iu 4 p m : 7.I.. u iu t p tu ' a in I v'jj a tu i .M:i!oril 4 H' p iu F)i-M-ntr n for eax ami west ehamcf rarn al Kockwootl. m -tui'lHy- (hi trniii will nm three hour ami flft4eu niiuiilcM late from Jolinntown lo KockwoKi KtK'KVtwi A VOMM'.HMTIt N No. li t Isnve I Ar.itn SoMKR.sfrr :15 p m Rockwood ri:4u p m Milford ti:J7 p in Pa-H-iiKfT Ira vine m thi train "an make oon itertion al Km-kwoiMl witft niht KxpreM traiiiH eant ami west. I'aily. f baily except Sunday. HALTIMOIIK A OHIO RAlLHOAIh tlAST-liOVSlt THA ISS. Twin Lrnrr ttwtrril . M'tiL AV;rrjw. Pittohnnrh l:hp. w. 7 i a. n. k-jq p m. BraiUlork l:;i3 ' 7 At) ' i.-kt-eiort l:4i ' 7:1! ' !:.' ' I Wt Newton "Jri ' ) J 1 Hnaui Ford " " j ouiifllsville :;:t'i mi H i;, ' Ohio I"vl l it j " foii;lu.-nie 4-Al ' t . v IJ:14. m. I'iiua 4:ti ' lOirrt ' ra.-s!ninn ":lu 10:J4 KHkHoud .Vjh U.: a l.'A loirrett ."::t7 " lo-. SaUhury June ." .47 la-: Meyerxiale :.: !:.'.', " LJU kt-Ttm :".' llti4 j ShimI Pateh ;: Urn :m SiHiUiainpia rtcJrt mim j Kiiirhie h;. ' H:-9 ' lln'iman fr iti " II . : uuilM-riumi 7;K " L;:li p. . iV ' rL-tiiiitor) 4 -jn 7. jo Baltiiiurn (arrive) ' IVKW-Bo I A THA .Vs. I niimt'm A Tiitiiu Isiirr fHtnlvf'i A: Mail. Krprnv Baltimore ...... a. m. Iimai a. m. T-d p. M. AashinLt.m " 10-V. - K-.V. " llimlsTiatlil S-lil p. M. I.-JIIa. M. Hyii'ltimn s-::,'. " ;--T " l-;m hmrh.ijie H-.J.H ' S.i.tthulllpl.lU s-cV.i Su.d l'at.-li -ly " 4-17 ' 2-rj " Keyt.iDe " 4-J1 " Mt-yrrxlale !KI 4-S! " 2-'i3 " Snli..iry June. ;-;ui 4-: i.am-tt hi 4.i :t-nh " kockwuiMl !-.Vi i-.'w 3-", 1 as-IniMii 10-if ,vin " t'rhina lo-i -:iii :v.'t.l i.Hiiiu.nre H-K - .V:f. s-. 1. Ili.l ITle III..V2 " .VM 4-j) " 1 '.Hiiu-Dville II-41 rt-.-ai v.w Itnawl l-'.ir.l II ;V. -.(.', West Nhu ton IL'-lA p. n. 7- In .vrj ' .Mi-k.-esj.n 1 '4 ' ',V. " li-l.'i " ! Hr... k I :i " " ! Ar. I'iitsInirKh i-.io " s-:i -.vi I The time fivn in Kji-nrrn HtAnUni Time. j HOTE. On SmiiUys K'HkvMifl Kxpivw leave Piu.unfh m -:. . m.. arrive at Kim-Ikhimm. ut t r. m Uftv Ktfkw.nitl hi M p. m.. rriv I ut litltfiirvh ut fp. v. j t Mull Tniinttnii'tt nt KorkMNi with trniu ; ttll frmt s-m-rM't in1 Jthntmn. ut Hvnl I man with train tmirwt from dUNltVtrd. ut iHrrflt j with trii.UK t. nmt lnm lU ri i u. nt xtli-lur r juw- turn with irMiii. tmnl fn-m nlihury. ! W. M. fl.KMENTS. Mnnujtvr. VMKND.MKNTTO TIIE CON'STIT'LTIOS pn- ; totruM-itt'nt thiConitiioiiufuith U th ir rtpprttvnt r rji.t-tion hr th-m-ral A- i t M-nttilv of ill- omtnotinetiith if rVnii.-vlvrttiiu. ; - l1itMi-lit.Hy nnlcr ot the svrvtary of i)ieiin- ' 1 uimw.nith. in purMrtn. e of ,r(lU- XVIII ot Uu ' ; i OflMlttKioM. Joint rt-sohition pnifx-MiiL' mi aiin'inliiu nf to the i '-oa-itttntion of tlie roimii'iiiweulth : TloN 1. H t rmJ-tt ha t'i. S, wtt tlH'l Hi,h ; ' h'' jr-n'ttttT' 'ft t ,mtt.irwii, nf lh nn,J. , iHft tn i, HfU A-rwWt mtf. 1 hut thf tollou illf ) tnl tL ah amt'iidment to liu coti-t;ti.tioii ' j ill' th? i-mMtiriwei!tii ot lV:iny Ivrnu in rtf, ,nl . mihx with thv mviioti of !h titittt-nih unirli i th,r'f : f AMENDMENT. j Htrilte out from itinn mm of Hrtirl- oiht. the four -lUulilirtiitottM firvotr whh-hreHl u fol- Uiwn: "if twenty-twu yeur of ue r upwunls he ; haU liuve (Hid. within two y ars statcort'oiin- ' ; :y tux. hi h -hull huve ltt u M-i ut lut i twu inomns himI tuil ui U ul one momn Ir tore ' i the ekrltoii," n iiiut the vrion whW-ti rvait- hi ' 1V1Iok: 1 Evt-ry male ritivn, twonty-ouu yetin of uf. , ijwiNiinir the follow ing itiulih-utioiif. hull le ntitltl to votfftt all el rtioD: First, lie hull have oen u citizen ofthe t'nit j tit Suiti at lea.- one montn. .Vii-i1. He imU have r-tIe1 iu the Miute nn- year tor if. hKviiijf prvvvisly twi unaiifiMl ' i' hrtoror native lw.ru eiiizMi of the tate, he ! ! i:nll have rvniove'l thertlnaii ami returiietl. ; '. i heu mix months immeilintely preetHlinKtheeler- uon. j I Thinl He fhall havp rvi1ti in the elwthn, I ! lltnrt where he shall ottT tovite at ltast two I motiti'i iiutiieiliuU'ty preteiinjr the eli (ion. ! Fourth. II twenty two yt arsof ae r upwanK j it -, n. i nave hiii. within two yeans a Mate or ! roiinl;. tax. uhii-h hull have U-vti a-"-! at 1 leat t .vi. tiK.df hM.aii'1 tuii-l at leal oise month (e- lore ti.e elwliou." haii be aiuemleil, w a to reait a foUoui1: Every male citizen twenty-oiie yearn of ae, prM-sinjf the fultiovini; qnalirit ation?. xhall le i i:titlei to vote ut lite p.llii:ic platv of the Wer li. n rfMrlet of which he hail at the time ik a ri'lfiit and mi el?ew ht re: FirM. He "hall have heeu a citizen of the I'nit t'd Siatiut least thirty day. Setntiiil. lie fhall have reietl in the etate une jar(trrif having pn-vioti-ly heen a iuu)irifd It-rtur Dative hrn ettixeD of the Miate. he sliail have remove! ther-fnmi ati'l return!, then .ix mnthi tinmeiliately pre-iiii(f the eleettoti. rtiinL He shall iiave resided in the ew-eti4.n riiMriet w here he hall otfer to vtrte at leat thirty tn immediately preceding the ete- tion The l.Ki!aturu at the Ht vMin thereof next after the adoption iftliifiM.Ttion. hall, and fnm time to tiiii-.' thtrx-nfter may, enat law? to properly en-lm-e l lii provision. Fourth. Every male eitlen of the axe of twen- ' ly-oneywirK. who snail nave raen a eitizeti hir tinrty diyn and an inhabitant of thiit mate one yenr next preeediitK an ele (tiu. xept at miuii tm eUi'tioiiM, aui for tin lu.i tinny duvti a rvi-i-iil ot the elei-tion diMnet in w hieh he may of-f-.T li li vote, hal' he entitled to Vote at Miehelee Iton in theelee..iindi!tnelof whu n he shall at Ihv time I a rvidi'Ut and not ehww here for ail ortirerw that mm are or hereafter may be elected hy the people : Prri'hd. That in time of war no t- t rior in the actual militarv wrviee of the State or irt" the t'tuteti rtati. in the army or navv t!iere-f hall e depnveil of run vk by n-um o'f hlf alrence fnm urh eltH'tion littHa.t ii.. lirixature hull have nowr u. nr..tblu n.. . 1 tier in w hich and lire time and place at which wich absent elector may vote, ami ft the return and canvuflH ot tlwir Viai in the election di.-trict hi which they ropertivelr re.idf. Fillh For the purpose of Vfrfiiur. no per 'D ha!l be det'Tiu-41 to have ruined r Ur a rcnu i.ce i.y naoii oi ni prt'-enrv or alm e one emploTisi in me MTvlee ofthe I nil. si Stalin or the Slate, nor while enmoosl in the naviKali.in..f the watersof thestate ..r.if the hiirh eaa. mir while a xu.ient .rf any rolhw or sen..- nary of learniaic. nor while kept at any alms house or put. he institution, exivnt the inmates of any home f.a-.tiil'..'.l ami iu.liv.-ut sol.liers ami sailors, whs for the pumose of Y.itma. shall he ileetne.1 to reside in the election (lis.jirt where kai'l h.m.e ia aa-ateil. Laws shall be maile for aseertaininir. hy proper proofs, the citizens who .hall he entitled to the nifht of aoffraa-e hereby estahilshe.1. A true ropy of the joint resolution. I IUR1.KS w. STOSR. HeereUry of the Comtuoowealth. State Normal School. I'aaurpaieird in ita healthful anil insturinr litnu... l.-aehers a.Mi hon. vel gra.1 ilale. of eolleea. Utate 1-IillV tMtNTH, ( ..oveDletK-es and otnforu. Ku pnc Model and Traininc SehuiL (tat aid lo Jf15"LDON- M n.. r-nneipal, $f7! nnn'mn i t 1.1 UK IIAVK.N. VX 1 I V Y i IS .7 v i ' "nFHIL'A. iYATESCQ-j (j". CHESTNUT n 1 ' :- ? - .A 1 B. & B. BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY -IN- Dry Goods and Winter Wraps. Having mude retviil'v a nurnU-r of aIvaiit;ikreu-. pun'haes t loinTo, we arc otU ritiL' now, in our d;tli rvitt dt-'part"-nictiis, value whu li nave ncv.-r (, v,Vi. l. Thee are ABSOLUTE BARGAINS, and will r-iij- y..nr ex;iiiiiii:iii.n i-it,rr jt. Miiiiiily or by ;iitif .!.- tumuli .,.ir M...i ur. .lei I Vimrtme'it VW r. m in, ,, ti,.lt y.mr ititenta will tie a.lvani-e.1 I.y an iin. t !r;il i. .ii Ut'.ire niakiiiL' pnn-daM-n v..i;r Kail :mil Winter .-.ii.pli.-. On!y u v. rv" f. nt tin-. rtr:l lir,;:i! lis n.w nit Mil- ran ,e ni.-iiti.iiu.l ill i limit. -.i -pan- sn. ii i;r, ciir.l. hut '. lUnM.-Hlrit ',. , i ;,rr ,u tilttr. enlil. lining mii.-ii valiK.l.iv inl-irnia. tinn a t.i Myl.. value;., etc.. I. .r eralii.tm;. .li.-.trilMiii.in now re-.i.ly. an.) ,, free i;m r.iU.--t mi .tal :.. any aiMn. It inntten np llirtlie benefit of .mr nutn.fi t.inrii patr..n. la-lie.l tn.iay 2ll Hula- 'all.ni. servi.vahle. Ini.rte.l I I. .th in ail i-.ii.ir ; ,i yanl.-. plain unl 5 vanl Kamy S;ni u .s ."n f,.r ihe t'.mipieie rath-rn lir.- :-K..I..-7. have lien o.i tin ea..n at Ji. An.illier l..t of Kanrv Knlie Calient ..r llal.it- I.ikhI . .I' Fine !in,..rt.l S-r.-.-.. iv, full I in- of i.ior-. with elegant Hranlol I'anel an.l aruilnre Vet. I utl'-. an.l I ,. lar pri.-e .v."o e:i-ii. I '.mlain.-. II va'-l .ii.le witltli iiiaaN. Keal value, s.n lU.lii ..t al"iv.- -.(H-ia! nlli-nn o.(i.:.t.tf :il.ill I'm Suit I'attenw ofea. ii. an.l ilirit will la? no nmiv, u this .-l.w :i.e mij.-rT;!. ti.in. a lii iieci- Kan. y Si-.it. li Skirling .tt in wi.ltli. in l.-ir-.-e assortment of K.nu-y Mrt-r at .i .-.-ii!-, liir'n.-rly l.."iii. ami iifVKr,;, tor I.-m. la-ltirt-. Kliirant kikkTs. 'I-J im-h Ali-W.Mil Kat.ry SuitinH. .'lor. in.-h All-W-i.il F.mry Suiting. :w nu ll All-W.Hil Kan.-y !uitinjsi. I... an.! "l in.-li Ser'fc.. 4-V. ."i.i in.-h I'loih Siiitintr,., 4.V. .' in.-h I'loih Suitiiiu's. .I.'h-. .Vi in. h I 'l.ith Suitiii.'-.. :. 7"i s.v. l..m Kreiieh Miitiris. 4.1. .'io. li.".. 7". $1 . in.-h 'I" rii-i. is. -."h-. .vi in. li rH.-ots, "ai. i"h J inch Tricots, 7"m- to .l.'xi. WINTER WRAPS, CLOAKS, ETC. Mst eotnpl.-te assortment of Ijilirs'. Misse-ami t jiil.lren's Wrij. in all maftn-r ..1" styles, tmiu finest Seal .s-kins .luwn 1.. e..iiifii..ii an. I eliea. ur.nles io suit all tate. iri.l without .i.-sti..n at lowest ji.r-if.lr j.r:.-ei. Your ;iuts an.l i.leas w.U t- laliy rn.-t hy euiiiiriUir here f.ir ynnr Witir.r Vrajs. an.l molii-v sav.sl for olli. r (iiiris V'e lM-l:eve the interests of eust.itn.-rs ar;. me'. -hauls an- i.lentieal. BOGGS k BUHL 115, lir, 119 & 121 FEDERAL STREET. rbbEGJHENY, PA. .1ee..'f!..l-T. The Best Blood Purifier IS THAT WHICH KEEPS THE LIVER AND STOMACH IN A HEALTHY CONDITION: AND NOTHING IN THE WORLD CAN SO SUCCESSFULLY DO THIS AS MANDRAKE, WHICH, AS IN Jp. gcbeneK's yandale x. a. pills, I IS A NEVER-FAILING REMEDY FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE LIVER AND STOMACH. For Ifel hy all Iiruicrfrta. Prtf - n P-r '". S !. lor 5 cs; or nt l.y mail. pr '' nwioiiim. It.j. U.-b. a.s.i,Wsla STPERRY'S" ra C0NCENTRATSD GUTTER COLOH tSTHEBEST.rl-i (RiCKLEfi, RUYSTOM & CO., Str?r. .1,. i-.U ELY'S F lAHnn Cleanses th Passages.AltyP' and Infiamn"'"". Heals th iort. stores the Senses ef Taste and Smell. Trw trio PlirP. HAY-FEVER J A paniele is applied Inlo each noatr'l. an-1 i aari'eal.le. Pri.e reals at lirnnr.e. : hy man. reioslerc.1. le..n:. t.i. r BKiiTHtk. inrt , .VwlVt. mart-:.irr- V.MKNDMKNT To TIIE (ON-TITt Tl1" t,r..e.i to the eiiiem of tins i ninm. weallh for their approval . rej.-.-ti...i hr Ilie'.rn- I erai vssem.iiy oi in . .hihib... -- , I . Pul.lihe. hf ifivr of Uie i ,hr ommonwealth. In turuaiire ill I AV III of the on-ticiition J.iiut resoliui..o im.iiosii'Kan amTKlmr.n v ae . .His.."ivi"ii. . 1 -si t USA Constitution of this r.. mm. ma t-aim . . rttttloa I. lie it re.lve-J by ihe senate aJ" H.Hise of Kepr.fsenuiles of the (..mm. .11 ' of l'enns)laniain "ntneral Assenihly met the foliowina am. li.liuelit is propi-'l ' l"' 1 ' " Mltutioli of Uiel'oin.nonweaith of feun-J in aceonlauee with uie Eihleeiith Artitle i"te (if: AMKMl-MEST. There thall he an additional article pi saal '; tilutii hi be desijfnatai an Article " hiwa- AKT1IXE XIX. The manufartiire. sale, or kecpiim ftalerf int..xiratin;jli.U.ir, to la- u-l a a nr-raue. hereby pmiiihited. and an i.Jata-l ' t'" .M hibition shall be a u.itcuKauor, puni-tiu f hail be pK...led t law. - 1. of The manufai-ture. le or icening luKuticaiiiia- li..H.r i..r other p.irje. i'eo tr beveraae may ta;ali.we.l in such manner . mar be prracrilied bv law. The l.eneral hall, at the ttr-t sesai.Ml su.--ee.lili- aiHv' of this artleie of the onli:iiti..ii. rna.1 ia adenate prnaltiea f.ir Its enforcement A true copy of the Joint R.olution. fterrrtarr of the CoeamonwealtB. &M-a D4ICO, ri