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   Warren Ledger (Newspaper) - February 9, 1883, Warren, Pennsylvania                                WARREN LEDGER THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. JOHN ROOT'S WARREN, PA, FEBRUARY 9, 1883. NUMBER TWENTY T 1YK. I will pay one hundred dollars to any person who will make proof that John Jloot's Bitters fail to improve tue condition of such persons if suttering from the effects of either of the follow- ing diseases, viz Fever and Ague, Dumb Ague, Dyspepsia, Jaun- dice, Liver or Sidney Complaint, Loss of Ap- petite, Headache, Silious Attacks, Brain, Scarlet, Typhoid, Re- mittent or Intermittent Fevers, When taken according to directions accom- panying each bottle ot the same. I do not claim that these bitters possess any superior human virtue but what I do claim is that when relief can be bad in the cases, specified, or in fact, any which arises from an impure of the blood or deranged condition -of the stomach. liver or kidneys, the use of these bitten will in- sure such roller, and it is upon this Irank and fair condition that I offer this reward In candor and good faith. t'B ANCIS ROOTS, Manufacturer, 292 Seneca St., Buffalo, 1. For sale by druggists. H. J. DREYER Builds to order and keeps on hand all kinds of Carriages, and Buggies, Phaetons, Side-Bar, Open and Top Baggies, Platform and Three-Spring Wagons, Sulkies, Backboards, Cutters, Sleighs, ALSO Repairing Hood-work, BlacksmlthlDg, Trimming and Painting NEATLY AND PEOMPTLY DONE, H. J. DREYER, HICKORY STREET, WABBEN, PA. ATTENTION Opposition is the Life of Trade B. PLATTE, Manufacturer of JL Keeps on hand, a full assortment of CHOICE OT.D CIGARS At prices according to the times, wholesale and retail. B3LCKOR y STREET, WARBElf, PA, WAREEN SAVING BANE. is the only chartered Savings Bank in Warren county or vicinity. Interest Allowed on Deposits. Deposits made by Married Women or Minors- A general banking business transacted. Foreign Exchange. L.F. WATSON, President. B NESMCTH, Vice-President. A. J. Cashier. DIREOTOaS. L. V. WATSON, E. G. WOOB, O. H. HUNTER, B. SEBMITH, M B DUWHAX, A. JAB. CLARK. Js.. WM. D. BROWN, A. J. HAZELTINE. KENTUCKY LIQUOR STORE Notice is hereby given to all persons that PURE LIQUORS Of all kinds and descriptions can tic found E. T, F. VALENTINE'S >ew Kentucky JL.iq.uor Store on Hickory street, opposite tUe Carver House. Give me a call and icceive tue worth of your monev and more too E. T. F. VALENTINE. Warren, Pa. NOT tf House, Sign, Ornamental Painting, Graining, Glazing, Kalsomlnlng, DECORATIVE PAPER HASKISG, ETC 3 W. C. ROWLAND, Hickory St., Opposite School House, Warren, Pt. TJ CABINET GIBSON'S KENTUCKY SOUR MASH and all tne leading brands of MOXOXnAHEI.A RYE WHISKIES Ami alcono' 1 tlie finest brands of brandy pcin, shpi Rhine anJ champagne wines. Fam- ily trade -upp'-'.eil tot medical purposes at 3VE 3VC 33 A. X> nSOv; WARRFJf, PA. EXECUTRIX'S KOTICE. Letters testamentary on the estate of Cyril late ot towns-hip of Spring Creek, Wa; Ten county. Pa deceased, having been tins day grantffl to'tlie undersigned, notice is lioreny Siren to at! persona indebted to said estate to mekf immediate and those having CJmmSoi demands same will pre- sent them to the undersigned properly authen- ticated for ettlement. BtTTH MX BY. Bast Bianch Pa.. Jan. 26, IfSJ, WHY NOT PAINT YOUR HOUSE? can pure-mixed pnint, nse per Ration, euannteed wjiml to any in th IAX. Speaking roughly, says the Lancet, about three-fourths, by weight, of the body ot man is constituted by the food he con- sumes, and the remaining fourth by solid material he appropriates. It is there- fore no figure of speech to say that food makes the man. We might even put the case in a stronger light and alHrm that man is his food. It is strictly and literally true, that "A man who drinks beer thinks beer." We make this concession to the teetotalers, and will that good sound beer is by no means a bad thought whatever may be the intellectual value of the commodity commonly sold and consumed under that name. It cannot obviously be a matter ot indifference what a man eats or drinks. He is, in fact, choosing Jus animal and moral character when be selects his food. It is impossible for him to change his inherited nature, simply because modifications of development occupy moic than an indi- vidual life, but he can help to make the particular stock to which he belongs more or less beery or fleshy or watery, and so on, by the way he teeds. We know the effect the feeding of animals has on then temper and very natures: how the dog fed on raw meat and chained up so that he Sunday. Three boys were standing on the foot bridge near the blacksmith shop and j cannot work off the superfluous nitrogen- watching the water as it came tumbling ized material by exercise becomes a savage down when the railing gave way and beast, while the same creature fed on bread threw them all into the swelling torrent. and milk would bc tame a lamb. Two were rescued but the third a son ot Mr. Petit, the butcher was drowned, The Brokenstraw has been on a terrible rampage. 15 1-2 inches higher than the great flood in '05 and 19 1-4 inclies lower than the sweeping flood of '37. On Sun- day morning the usual greeting was. "How much water is there in your cellar Most every one lost more or less in the cellars, notably the hotel men. Mad. Algcr's grist- millVbarnstable was crushed in on the says that when the total abstinence women not there__but culled on Garfield and him to ex- same law of results is applicable to and every living organism is propagated "in its kind" with a physical and mental likeness. This is the underlying principle of development. Happily tlie truth is be- ginning, though slowly and imperfectly to find a recognition it has long been denied. FRAGRANT JXOWERS FOR WIXK FOR GENTLJ-XMEX. WASHING i Feb. difference i between Presidents Arthur and (-tarfield is i illustrated by Mary Cicmmer Ames, who west end: the pony good-by buggy. Mr. Thatchei's hoi Mi-barn went down and sidclcd up along side of the hotel bum. Tho wooden bents were taken from un- der the intcrmidate span of Hie Bioken- straw bridge making it unsafe to il will be repaired in a day or two. Xo se- rious accidents or loss of lite. But oui neighbors in Pittsfield and Irvinclon, suf- fered more serious damage, being complete- ly submerged beneath the rolling billows and crushing ice-gorges. Our beautiful M. E. Church, all finished in style and furnished to order, was duly dedicated by Prof. Edwaids, last Wednes- day, all contributing according to their means, and no questions asked whether it was whisky, beer or bread money. All honor to the Rev. Goodrich, for the taber- nacle, he alone being the man who was able to put forth his hand and say to the raging Brokenstraw. 'Peace, be while I build this temple to the Lord and it was so. But no sooner had the work been done than it belched forth its thunders in an angry flood. ______ Salt and small oysters shrivel in the cook- wliiic Jars? fresh ones pot, r-hule wine from the White House, his manner was cold and ungracious. Arthur, on the contrary, received them in his kind- est way, and said. "Ladies, you know that I do not pietcnd to be a temperance man in the- sense that you understand it 1 drink wine and give ii to my friends but, nevcrtlieless, iteelthe honor done, mi- ni tlie piesence of so many good and earn est women devoted to the c.iuso of tem- perance." Then he spoke to cadi lady with a boutonniere. and sent them aw a} feeling happy, however it misht be witn the temperance THi: BM'i; HAVEN, CONN., February 3 Original Jubilee Singers, of Norfolk, Va.. were arrested here this evening for singing in violation of the law of 1786'. which pro- hibits concerts, theatrical entertainments, etc., on the Sabbath, under a penalty of not loss than -iSo. Each person in the audience is liable to a fine of four luis-orui is about to spend in finding out about herself, bhc suspects that siic contains some of tnc richest ores on earth, and a geologist is to make a thor- ough investigation. Her soil is peculiarly rich, and has commonly been regarded as a decomposition of limestone and sand- stone but a scientific analysis will now for the first time detcrmjae the question._____   

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