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Notice to Traverse Jurors.
1,1 tut- !: n !.'. to!' erimmal
sessions. i in- 1 "!irt iMiiiii.ii.-l
r !;,, xv i 1 ! ' of M.iv i'-rtii.
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la murder t. i..!s it is ei .-I inii"
M..R tln-ex iit time at ineh tin'
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..iv 1..' ! ie. la nil ' ' '"
;,i y . .111 lie Kiwi by I'liyilV 'i
: Net. A aseinvr's. ho la-iy a
.irtiiK'iit "t tbe l'ii.e-l :ii"l' -
:,.l Cl.H-ks. Jewelry Htl'i Si'.V
i f Wati'l
ware 1
e
iu-seM HuU H'i U''les.
We a!-o do -i;lavi!itf ef a'.l kind-.
un-linx-d from " W'd be iiru'-'"
iiarf.
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A party of lad iiienibtis
'. .it :1ns vi'iiie, u.-re iini i:.
rem Hie 1mi. 15 1:1: vi.!. 1'.
. :ii r a (r.. n i'y call ei'.!.' r.
Iwo.iirl proe'i-lin.-- the Hi 1:
.a.l into !,: I hat '.be pro-e
f il.e W.T.
!!;.' t'fsl ii
wan't lilt
In rep'irtii
M l' .is in
it ion si'ainsl !
li.nior. I
Mr. I'i.nk il. I-.. iii..id, t"r .-
ici'ier tl.e u 1 , -1
sol' 111.
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V. C. T. I'. j
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n.i iim-m- I?- . "i l.uiti
ti:ie "i-"ilv and av
i'v aiixi'ius to fur-
Ilt-r l!li' iJllf of lelll',1 rjtl.''' tl.i.V w.
i. tii:.' tl.e i'r! ! u i ! pro-e, utor;
,,r-n '.i..n is niu le ia j'i-e to tiie
r. f. au;l our eabers are ie-'i.v 1 I 1:1
1 as no ,les;rv to pi.iti' th, hi or l!ii ir t
. falsi' position.
Bug Finish.
re not I
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W. (. '.
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l.-a.ly for iw. No iiinsuiv;
-,1. ks 1,1 ihe vines and t.ni-li's
r. .if l'..ii:o bn-s wiib one a
"ii-1 nl !! p as l'..r as ten
fans prii :i and j .l.t-tt r ixed
s.i.loli.aply
. I u in
win
.mills o
band
V..ii - the inattir wid. s'"l I
iVrner I'.rns . and buying a I'.cr ol
-ii'Hs It. fote ;'oin l.time. "l.'i'V
tiit'iu 1 1 yoti lieai.-r il.1111 anylio.'.y
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Eand Wasri.
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KAUTZ BROTHERS.
MAN JFCT'jnERS CF
. V. A lv M A ; i ?s7: s .
AND DEALERS IN
t '.TV !U K- V, ..i -N-. sl.i I'.-'.
si.U'.n-. n.t;i-s, ?ii';.:.i-. i:,'!:ks
l.:.ANK! !-, ; !..- AMI nil!!'-.'
A SPtCULTV DE OF THE
RICE COIL SP R! KG.
Call and Examine our Stock
JENNERTOWN.
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE!
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No 4-. A 'I -art .,: ! a
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sr.iut'.t'r .. l'-.'..ts ;t,ni s,)M1
"". s. ' 1-te. t:h, 1,1a:. v .
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J.m.ii.iii;i;i;.iim. '
a.i i-.t-a:.-,l a:..l in a lloe-i
s.:ikii:irs luvk Li:m:i;
!th says they are tfue
hu;lished.
lciitoiri- (lie I,.c:.ir tor
.liiT Tlira I
I'titr! :. mil! lUn "eve-eml 4a
tleiunii Mist Have IW n (rut Mm
Iirfi:- xhe M.:-!:i4'iit Hint Sh Va
l'"i''ll lOll )1U.
!l.T!M.ii-.K, V..V -H.Wi!h n-fiir.1 t(
th.' l.ivi- l-rti-n f tin' lat' lJt-v. J I.-rirj
' ii-.'iili. l i s. Li.iT. H-1-.tant nvtor if St,
r.nil s V. K. lir.rdi. )-.i!:lil;;-i in tii
N-w York AV,,i! l. Mr .Var;r.-t .M
Smith. Uii-'lijn t nf tli'.' sun i.U-'. nlTi-c-t'oiix.
win inu-rviwti at lr rviidfi e.
Tin- huly Kiiil: -1 tlinik Mr. S'lmrr'swl
in si-u iiu'' the lfttrr tu Thf World a-
tiiit il a fiwal'dl v 111:111. He did it out '
i'f r--iiji lxi.au-; 1 noul.l not mam
- 1
liiui. "'
"Wi i-c tin- l.'tt.Ts iis jKil.livn'1 truo r'
iivlii'-l t!ir r'jxiii r.
rt -ally li.l :ir.' jnr him. lint told liim 1 !
r.'iil I 110! niiiiiT Iimii. I was a U'ouiaii j
linn :i oI'liT l'::i!l Mr. SvIhmt in t:u t. I I
wan .1 Uv t.i !m I tliiiik In wms rrar.y j
in M'li'im in v- l.-tT-t t. TIh witIiI."
Mri. Smit'n .Inriii-i tin- i:it ii:uaraih
in Si-horr i I'-ti'-r to Tin- Worlil, wliii-l;
w.is in clTo t tiiat t!" V Hen- ni:a'.r'd j
and 1 liat -In' h id al-o li n nsrau..l tc
tii" i:. v. Mr. .nd ..f I'hil.i'l. lpiiia.
Mr-. Smith i ri-li ivi.!i- f 4 vt-urs
Mr. f- li'xir w.i-. '.':) y'.irs old.
Tii' 1. ilia n- 'f tin- yoiiiiK miliUti't
ri' liiiii-d in tii" Haltim r- 'i'iiifti'ry
on Tu.-viay. IN v. Ir. H.. m turnl
.Nt. i'aii'". otlii i.'t.l nt tii" In in-' and
Iti-diop I an t at tin' ;r:ivi'.
- DEFYING THE EAGLE.
aiiu-lini- Vli.i!. rs .. iliii lli a.ly to In
ailr lli'lirin:; sra.
O-iTAW.v. (int.. May .:. Tlso povern
men' her.- his l""'ii ;..!vis-il tiiat a larjie
i:un;: r "I ( aiadian scalers which lor
w:iii't!iiii' ici-t liiivs Ui-ii tittinc out at
Yi'-tona. 1'.. will l.'.'ive in a fev
lays !
for I:. hriiT st'a. A nunmer of .Nova
Nova .
S'oiia s...i.-r. e::ci.ra-sl hv the siici-ess
Ki. -ill,- oa-t v. 1- I.M s a.m in
avi
Ii
1.,. T"...t .l s.t..t.. t-i.v... '
iers a.-i- briii
1 lb.
1 1
'
i :.inii:i 1 ( 'ape I lorn w
loin with a view to cap-1
,1s vnlin. the limit "t tl'.'!
j tui-m.' tat
j pri" ! a ci'-inii'd by tin
! proiui:i'':;l j'.:V,'ni!!ii rit
1 bv the Amerieatis. A
ollicial in s ak
sai.l tiiai there
Canadian sealers
j iii-j to a ii jk
I was little doiii.t that
, 1 i.iiiki' i t!:i.-ts to hunt iii Iii'hrinj
I' si'iti' the 1 res'ii nt s proclamation
the pro-cm'-' 4 Anierie.iii w ar ves
'J'i:e !'.nt:di liii'ii-of-war he said
!.l not iii..i;e any iiiom tow;ird ue-
l!l! til ' l" in ct nr. of these fsseis. as
iiloiii- iie ui'ii! I iii a measure lie
'!etl.liei'lr til.' claims of the A ineri-
se.l t
and
s. Is.
1 . '11
V"llt
I'V s,
eolll
put.
- to e.rl'.:-i'e .o'.erei ruty in the dis
I waters. I ,i the other hatiJ if any
a.ii.in s.'al'T ; are taken by American
l.: s tin- Itii'ish m ss'Is would not
t.i r-s-aptinv. as 1 fiat would U tbe
-IL'l:
il tor o'M bo.tlllties. 1 lie pres
of tin- I'.ii.i-li war v.-ss. Is will sim-
ell'i'
,.: 1
lillit'
His 1
I'ni
t istt!t:t iin oatrajes are iMtil
I and to show that (Ireat Untain
.t i:m .i to V : c intention of the
'I M.it -.
VIOLENT GALES-
Mnr!
IliiiHii'4t' Hon- 'sm'!s in Ciiiniillitii
Y iitt rs.
KiMiT'iN. tint.. May -"J. A violent
soli'.'lW esierl V lie sot 111 aiiollt lilidllilfllt
ami is still l.'. w in,-, but lias moderated
somewhat and visTe.i to lie' westward.
The sVni.icr T.s'iiin.'-eli lei t t 'oil.ns Imy
with the liar:t.'s ameron, AVoits and
Cavalier for the Welland canal. They
had diw b;.r-eil at Collins bay and were
oii.i back to Lake SujuTior for more.
Theiiinwas mi"V ni!ui uniil ! o'cl.K k,
w ai 11 a stitr cale 1k;:iu to drive tli"iu.
The M'l.K iiv ketit uetlim: L'r.-ater.
" he
cann
t .i ; 'l.ii 11 t tlie leouiilseii j
1.1 the conclusion, w hen he j
...,t ..i,i.siti. (hik Ore hard t bat to 1110-
" . .,,,,,1,1 oeiilous. He li-bte.! his;
l,:,i,aii I let two of th.-iu wro and one be
I;, ,t under 1 i ii-.-. TheUials reacheii here
this alt, rtioon. The captain reports that
when lie reai lieu in" main iii i"' saw
j the st, amir I). D. Calx in and tow laden
i with tim's-r. Thev n.iin.'il to lie in
tioii'.-le The baij.es were away from
the steamer end no sailors seemed to Iv
in 1 i iiie. The barges Mi'imsl damaged
and ::ii cniptv va w 1 was on one of them.
The si ll. s.lier Sli'loll. from Toledo, put
in in ii-to-dav. She had List sol ue can
vass alio w;us li-.-lKilli; isioiy. oir .M'e
Wiiv. one of the Calvin's tow. reach"d
Car Ii 11 Island last ni'lit under sail She
I. polls bei consorts weathering the ftalc
well
ItfiM-lit 1'erforniatii
N;:w YmtK. Jlay llu. The Actors'
Aii.-iteiir Athli tic ,lssi iatioii if America
w ill give a In netit performance in aid of
their bull ling fund at the Metropolitan
oti: boil-'. New- York City, on the af
ternoon of Mav 111. Col. l.'oln it Inger
soll will deliver the oeiiiiig address.
Neil linr.Tss and louis Jaim s w ill play
a scene 110m Aiitony and Cln':itr:i:"
Ifeiirv l ixi" and 1,'osina Yokes w ill plav
a sht t. !i entitled 'Venus and Adonis:"
lie Wolf Ibpisr will play the forum
scene f : "in '.lulius C.esai-:" Thomas
'. Ke. ne w ill give a ns itatioti. Among
th. other actors who will appear are the
(. 11. , Hie Fan-en. ilvia tlrev.
l.ettie l.in.l. thai-lev l.'tv.l,
l-i-ank
DanieN. James T. J'o.m is. t liaries
hai les
Kv,.:is. William Hn-y. l.Jii.m t.-.i.ss.-ll.
I ran-is Wiisoti and Marie Jmisen. J.
K l iiiiiict will sing bis latest songs.
1, 1st. m's big John 1-will iise 111 siaiu-esoueattitii.il-..
Alexander fs.dtini and
l ii.iu is Wilson w ill have a Innit with
li lis. Tie-re w ill l e man;.- other im
portant b i.tuies. ami a largt audience is
anticipated.
j I Hint Mi ml Slurni,
i Kvi-ei.it. Ivan.. Mav 2M.
tenitic
I w ind storm Mot plat e
m ar Clements.
i thtrtv-lotir nines wesi
of here. Four!
. is-rsoiis
are known ui n.-ite im-iiih"i
. . 1 .. I . I- o..-t
, alul
creat maiiv woiiutiisi. i
Haines s, iai leanieo .oc a ,.oot.
Mill. :i Urown. killed, and his witeaud
Hin i.,i.ilc iniuretl. The wires are down
and the onlv information is from 'rsons
tin a st i
train ju t arrivt-.i neie.
l . nr lonlli fur His t olly.
I'lKis. Mav :. renin, the man who
tired a I .lank' cartridge at rresideiit Car
not on Mav ."i. as tiie latter was l.-anim
.. ' 1 ti.o ....1..1 if:i! I..I1 ot
tlie : Jtseo 10 .110 in. .0. .... ---
t lie cente'iarv
of the letolutioii al nr
s.iie.-. was sentenced
iinpi -ist mo' nt.
to four inontlui
Siuire Wm. Miller, of ytieniahoninif
I dni into this otlii-e every morning to L'J
' a copy of h': favorite paper.
PRF.SDYTERIAN PROHIBITION.
Dr. C"rn1)r iMTorn a Uoolulion Which tli
AfiiiUIy Apirvrf4.
Ni:w York. May 29. At the o-K-niiifi:
of tii' 1'ntJiytiTian (rcniTal a-vscmhlv
H'. Jr. I'ro.hv tsiiid he wns rrv to sn
IToiiKi Hi" made iijiamsi tin' ii'ini'r-
am-e r. ruiiin,:i nvoraiii. lira ui.j'M m
iK,in tin' aiio,ti.m of tin (U'Mliiiii'iit
a- to jirvvi-nt III- idiiin Ji Ix'ini; dractr.'d
into th,- Kiiiiirut arena. He olTei-.i a
ri's. lntii.n M ttins; forth that the action
taUi n !ii the U'i:ii-rati(.-e question lniut
not lie instrued an the iiidiiraeinent of
ui.v ixilitual liartv. This was unani-
Iv ri io'tt.
Tne n j-s.rt of the Mjin ial committee on
education was then taken u;. After a
lon- ileUite it was decided to aiiint a
joint committee, with inntnietious to re
lrt at the next assembly whether it was
advisable to adopt any methotU of intro-dui-inii
iniftUters into the church otiier
than tlio' now in voeue. IU'V. I)r. S.
J. NiiuM was aiKinted cliairman of the
coiiimittet.
lr. nnhv then got a motion adojvted
i Xilanatorv of the vote 0:1 the prohibi
tion iK-.'.ion which win taken. This
motion was to the cffii-t that w hile the
vote lavored prohibition it w.m not to lie
ooksl njion as expressing any olitical
wiuiment whatever.
The cas" of llev. lr. West against the
.viiod of Minni"st)ta was postinisl for a
vcar aft-r a rather warm collo -uay Ix.
twcen lr. Wivt and lr. Dickey.
A motion apjirovinj; the hill Hettini;
ngiart forednealional purpi m vs the inouev
olitaintsl l imn the sale of 1'nrli and Sem
inole lands was voted down.
The moderator announced Ors. Oosbv,
Hamlin. Dickey. Wade. Foster and Alli
son as th" committee to visit President
Harri-in on the African kI.i very question.
Various reports and addresses on suie
ordinate t ipics wen' listeni-d to.
H"V. C'. '. Hall of Brooklyn, chairman
of the eomniitt-e oil narr.itt ves read a
I lorn; account of some asps-tsof the work
1 of the i hur. h during th" year. The ses-
sion cl.wsl with soii-c and a jirayer by
i I h'. rosbv.
I At the eveninr; si-ssion a nuiii'icr of re
lOrcSOT COinilllllll'S WtTU 1 U.-tlltSl I.IUOII.s'1
. . ... ,
: t ol. K. r. Shepanl ami Kev. i-r. iniir-
. .. - X 1. t. . ... .1 I , . .
'"'r " " ' . : V: u J
ai lariie to inr iin'-iii.iumiai
nan conictence at I ai'Ls in rscinenioei.
...., ,..ii.t.i.iiu of
-M il l .i.iii.iiiik .iii"" ,..... ...
Shanks t,..-a ssenibly a ,..urn.ii to meet
nai..1 m .'...3. '-"'
THE ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS.
Tlie firmitl IjmIi;i- lf tm at l liteiM!" llS'li-
sates fi-i All liver llir rlil.
'ilH Aun. May SI. Tlie biennial ses
sion of tin- ribt worthy frrainl lisl.-of
tiie In leiwiideiit Order of Good Templars
ojn'iied yest -rd iv morning in tiie 1'irst
M. thiMltst l'.pixs.pal church. W. W.
Tm-nbiill of Scotland, ri'ht worthy chief
templar, call-tl the mis ting to order, and
uion the call of the roil the following
deleeates from abroad r -s ikiiii lisl:
I linlaiid Hon. C. W. Watson. Joseph
i Falhis. Mrs. Vmb t.uy Havnor. W. C.
i Amerv. A. J. -borne. liev. H. M. C.
! I'rtee. W. W. Williams. Samuel lii-sdl.
j W. 11. Brow n, Mary V" vlshall. Miss An
nie siiipm-iii.
.1 .... r v.
S i.U.uid (olliert I isiier. ice.. J. i'.
MeKinnon. James Hamilton, W. W.
Turnbitll.
Ireland lohn S. Little.
Denmark (!ipt. J. I'. Jacolwon.
Swisleii )kar Kklund. Joliann Allien
ami K K. llockov.
India Waller 11 Webb.
New South Wali-s X. Z. Collins.
South Aiiica Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Scluvines.
A round of a pp! a us .-was ai 'corded each
foi'ei"ii delegate as the name., were call
isl. and the lod" was then oieued with
the u-lial ritual.
The annual report shows that the or
ganization has a memliei-ship of over
three-quart' rs of a million, scatt -red all
over the nlone.
Iiiiiilry lulu AH-rl Kraiuls.
Kfw Viikk. May 2!!. The civil ser
vice commission liean an iniuiry into
alleir.sl frauds in the custom house.
Chairman Lyman presided. Commis
sioner Kooscvelt read tbe report of his
investigations, on which the inquiry is
luLs.il. It makes delinite charges of
loose methods iii conducting civil service
examinations and in other matters.
Nathaniel Fowler of Jersey City and
Thomas F. Jordan apiH-ared and aitirimil
the comvtness of the allidavits to the
f'orpgoing effect sworn to before Mr.
KiHwi velt. Charles F. Teliiune. who
was charged bv Fowler and Jordan with
anliu
ling in the" irregularities, denied thej 3VVV'
egations. The inquiry will U- a-YZlyZlZ
all
limit d to-dav.
lllrt'tine NIHle (IIHifn.
Nkwiiikt, Ii. I., May '.".. Th? senate
organized vesterday with Kngene F.
Warner clerk. The house elected Au
gustus L. Miller sjieaker. In joint as
semblv the lioiises a)X'inte.l a commit
tee to'coiint the votes for the general of
licers. The committee reorted no elec
tion bv the jKi.ple, except for attorney
general, and the assembly clectiil and
inaugurate. I the follow ing Hepublicaus:
llerliert W. Ladd. governor: I). H. l.it
tletit l I. lieutenant governor: S. II. Cross,
secretary ot state: Samuel Clark, treas
urer. I i.inplletl Vlillltllf ltflliesl.
Nt.w York. May i'.. Iteputy Colin-tor
William S. Ziiring was riiiies!il by
l ollis tor Krhar.lt to resign and did so.
thougli j,,, ls ., mtlmale irienu 01
Secn-tarv Tracy nmK.niltl .niiaiiy nave
j reniaiii'il if lie had made much of a tight
fr ti, i,-i,-e. He told the collector tiiat
he U lieved in the theory that the vict.ir
should enjov the spiils. and would al.ide
hv the loKic of that theory. Harry
Manwooil. nephew of Stcretary Hlaine,
w ill take charyeof Mr. Zariiin's division.
Ir. StanwiHKl has liecii aiiiaiinted a
deputy.
f'ruf lly Nulla 1'oslimiittt.
rnil.Al'Kl.l-HlA, May 2!. Tlie heavini;
of the cruelty charc.-s against thethrif
ahiishoue n't teiidauls. Joseph William
son, .i.iseph Marshall and Joseph Devlin,
which w as to have taken place ester lav
has hocii iHistitied until next Tne-day
morning. The suit was contiiiuctl on
the application of defendants' council.
The bonds of the defendants in S-'SK)
were renewtsh
Wnr to Ik- lleflarrtl.
IlFRl-tN. May S". Dispatches from
Zanzibar state that C.ipt. Wifsman has
aiinotiniail his intention to declare war
,,,. ti.
co:it Arabs uiliaiitin; tne re-
- i"! .
tin la-twis-n Tanv'a and Unili uiile-jji
. , ... i.u ,hriir hv June i
Fiv Brothers.
Fred. John, ll.-n, Iiuhy, and Nick, now on
trial at the store of
F.d. B. Coffboth.
:T THE 15EST !
AT
VOUGHTS.
PRICES DEFY COMPETITION !
Kpet lal rrcpernticii far ThUjanteed all-wool and fast colors,
Week I
dest gi;oci!ries,
best coxfectioxelies,
vest fruits,
dest xuts,
uest soft dmxks,
J1ES T SA xn wicnES,
DEST PIES and CAKES,
BEST THE A TMEXT,
BEST OF EVEBVTIIIXG,
AT THE
BEST OBOCEUY
IX SOMERSET.
Freli Green irooerle Kvcry
Morning-
VOUGHT'S.
THEY
CAN'T BEAT US!
Our bami' liits ln'Cii a Inmscliolil
won! iliroii'jlniiit Siiiiior-ot comity
lor three oiMieraUoiis ami it ha.- al
v;t s lu'i'ii the rcco'a'bi.cil hettd of
the I'rv (Jiiieli Tliltlo.
WE LEAD!
Ami will ciiiitiiiiic to lciiil, wliere
merit is rcviiiilcil ami coiiliilciicc is
not. iiiisil.!cci.
Our lui.siiies-s litis onljrrnwii
iiiurtcr.s ami vc will have a
THIRTY-FOOT ADDITION
its
aililcil to our
room in.-iil.' o
uln-iply lar;.
si.tV I1J1VS.
store.
W'v are ciistai.tiy tuakiiiu;
SPECIAL DRIVES
, . . . t
1 icii-
111 soliu
jiariiciilar line lot" 1110
clit if our
Cttll am
ciistiuiicrs.
s.'u its ilui-iii'.:
the week.
wo have
A BARCAIIi FOR
lii'sjii'ctrtt'.iy.
YOU I
Parker & Parker
MOWERS!
BINDERS!
HAY RAKES!
Il 1.1't Kail To Hee
WHITELY'3 NEW IMPROVED
Champion Mower and Binder,
On the Street E;'y Djj This Week ! Also
The Champion Hay Rake.
f t.i. i;:-a:: MK.!:n the
BEST ON EARTH !
AMI AtiAINsT ANY uTIIKItS M API-,
ltefore y.".i leave town In' sure an. 1 no to
J, B, HSLDEEBAUM'S
HARDWARE STORE,
HARDWARE, BUGGIES, HARNESS, &C,
You w i'i tin 1 i' en
MAIN CROSS STREET.
THE WAY TO THE COURT HOUSE,
ON
Boy Yodii ClothingIj. B. Snyder.
Prices will be knocked helter
skelter for 2 weeks at Ilcffley's
Middlesex Blue Suits, guar-
at $9 worth $12.
Men's Cassimere Suits, all-
wool 7, S, 9 and $10
worth $15.
Boys 2-piece Suits $1, 1.25,
$1.50 and $2. Knee pants
25. 35. 45 and 50 cts., worth
double the money. .
Buy Your
Clothing
FROM
HEFFLEY
AND SAVE MONEY!
Y'on neetl not
look around, fume direct to Hellley'n.
ou save at least i'-i to 1 on a suit.
It is easily understood why I can sell
the cheaiertt. Kxpenses regulate the
prices ot my goods, ihen, aaaiu, l am
the onlv store that handles New York
and 1'hiladelpliia fpxla bought at 13 to
M per cent less than 1'ittsburiJ goods.
The backwardness of the season lias
not aided the sale of Straw Hats in tlie
least. In order to make them go 1 cut
prices in half.
The prices of Wall I 'a tier has almost
dropped out of sight. Yon can get a suit
at nearly any price.
Customers and the public generally
are requested to come and insjiect tiie
suits ami iiear in niinu me prices, nunc
up of goods ipiality, workmanship and
lit 01 my goous stiouiu always oe uin-en
111 consideration.
Trunks. Satchels. Hats, Furnisliin;
tioods. (ium t'onta. Oil Coats and Pants,
Umlirellas, Wool and Ouiu lilaukets, all
at reduced prices, at lletney s.
HIP, HIP, HTJREAH!
-F( iK-
The Dally Herald!
-AND-
Here Go To The Ptople Who Read It !
LARGE STOCK OF C0008 FOB COURT I
25
BARRELS GINGER CRACKERS ANOCAKESI
1000 LBS.
AND SOMERSET CO.
BEST N. V.
CHEESE I
300 LBS.
CHOICE FRESH LONG BOLOGNA I
1000
HALF MOON PIES--THE BEST MADE I
500 GALLONS
LEMONADE AND OTHER MILD DRINKS I
10 TO 25
BUNCHES CHOICE RIPE BANANNASt
20 BOXES
BEST M ESSlNAli.O RANGES AND LEMONS I
100 BOXES
STRAWBERRIES DAILY AFTER MOMOitT i
50
BUSHELS FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS I
GREEN VEGITABLES DAILY DURINGCOURTI
ROOM FOR EVERB0DY
AND COURTEOUS TREATMENTTO ALL,
UttKCTrULLY ,
B
'OOK 4,
EERITS.
f
Special Bargains
FOR THIS WEEK.
While j-ou are in Somerset
you will likely want to buy a
suii of Clothes or a piece of
Carpet, and you will want to
now where is the cheapest
place to get what you want.
The old reliable stand of J. B.
Snyder's, is without a doubt,
the best and cheapest place to
get anything you want, espe
cially in the Clothing or Car
pet line. You can also buy a
beautiful gold tipped silk Um
brella at Snyder's for 75 cents.
Call in and see the special
bargains, and while there get
r t . r i :n
one 01 tnese Deauunu mik
Umbrellas for your wife and
dauerhters.
J. B. Snyder
lMSrhcll-v-Co.,
IiKALKiiS IX
STOVES, TINWARE,
Hi .!.-Furnish i ne i'-oK In in and Wo.l Imir,
Irun I'ii ml Ftling,
Tin, Iron and -Steel Roofing,
Spouting. Alicys, 4c- ilenren short nolle.
Chimney, Drain & Sewer Pipe.
Call mn1 rrv tbe Ijiruert and inert (YnnfleH
line nl I'.Kikn.i: stovu ni IiiUices 'n the Coumy.
tni.l seitt at tin:
LOWEST PRICES.
J. M. HOLDERIUUM,
CENTRAL BLOCK. SOMERSET.
OFFERS AT KIS URGE
CLOTHING and CARPET STORE
A Sew and Well Seltfted Slock cf
MKSS', B' -Y.-c AND CHiUiRKSS'
CLOTHING !
Jusst received, and will irivc a GLORIA.
Silk sold-tipped rmbrella on sale of
1.' worth ot tiarils, bought at
his store after this date,
MAY -'7, lsst.
Neckwear.
We also olfer the finest and most stylish
linu of
VKf'KTI Ks. Ill IM S!,
SCAKFS. C.H.I.Alis
VVrVi. Hti.'IKRY,
.inmrs. iikawki:, ..
KvtB EIIlBITEli. Is Ors
Gents1 Furnishing Department
We Bell two ll 'tiistitehel I.inen IUnd
ken hiefs for rents, worth doable.
In the
CARPET DEPARTMENT
WE OKI- Kit
Bi:r.KL, TAI'ICSTKIES,
IMiUAlN, UAt;. MATHS' 13,
STAIR, H-iH'Il AND TABI.K
Oil. CU'TIIS.
And as the season is olosinc, will allow
from this date 10 tier eent olT the priee
.ind (rive a Olona Silk I'mbrells. with
$12 wotth or upwards, sold to anyone
person. The good work e-es bravely on.
Our first lot of I'-n'irellaa is all given
rut mid we have this day received an
other. Call to see us, and examine
i StOCk' J. M. H0LDERBAUM.
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