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VOL. VI.--NO. 137.
SHElSTAltfDOAII, PA., MONDAY. JULY 13. 3891.
THE SUBE3T BO AD TO WEALTH IS THROUGH LIBEEAL ADVERTISING-
The Philadelphia Inquirer, ono of
the stauuohst and most fearless Ho-
publican papers In Pennsylvanla.lf not
jfcnjtho Union, thus calls attention to
tno manner In which so-called political
sentiment Is manufactured, painted,
powdered and sent on Its travels by
assistant Democratlo journals lu the
hope of gulling tho public. Tho
"Banks have fulled and hundred? of
thousands of dollars have been lot
and stolen; a bank presldeut Ib a
fugitive and auother Is In jail; a city
treasurer Is In Moyamenslng, and the
city has gone wild over the revelation
of villainy, but our highly esteemo'l
contemporary the Press doesn't seem
to have found It out. In tho midst of
all these exciting topics the most
striking text It has been able to find
for discission Is the chairmanship of
the Republican state committee, with
I the accompanying organization of a
mutual admiration society, of which
it is the bright star lu a decidedly
' am all constellation.
"This constellation Is interesting to
outsiders, not on account of Its lnllu-
forice, but because of its sunshine belief
that It is the only constellation of ac
count to be observed in the political
heavens. The Press makes an observa
slon thatthechalrman must go.anditls
immediately copied by tUeDoylestowu
Inlelllngencer, tho Easton Free Press
and the Pottsvllle Miners' Journal.
Then tho E-iston newspaper makes a
similar observation, anil it in reprinted
in tho Press and goes the rounds. The
Doylestown journal ohanges the re
mark around a bit and starts it on its
rounds once more,aud then it is the turn
of tho Pottsvllle member of the grou p to
begin the remarks all over again. The
principal cause lur the existence of
', this mutual admiration society seems
to be the discovery that a new chair
man must be elected at the coming
convention in August. As the present
chairman has declared that ho would
not, under any circumstances, stand
for reflection, it does not appear why
the society should continually repo.it
its declaration as fresh news when
everybody else has Hied it away
vB,tnong the back numbers. There will
tfcjS8 a new chairman for tho very simple
reason that the present head of the party
organlzition refuses to serve auother
term. That fact has loug been settled,
hut the mutual admiration society isn't
content with tho knowledge that
GZBISTTS per yd for tho
BEST TABLE OILCLOTH,
Sold In other stores fur 35o. All floor
Oilcloths rcduoed. Call for bargains
U D. FRICKE'S
Carpel Store, 10 South Jardin St., near Centre
JCelter is now receiving a new
Brussels and Ingrains in
1ST IB "W" OIL
Just opened alar ye assortment of Choice JVcio Patterns,
in all xoldths.
NOLEUJlIf yards wide,
A SPEOIAZ BARGAIN IX SYRUP.
Tlte Finest Tnblc Syrup wc Iiave ever haft for tlie price.
Strictly Pure Cane Syrup,
Not mixed with Corn Syrup and Glucose.
MtlCE TEN CENTS A QUART. " '
Also n Fair Sugar Syrup at 6 cts.
"Northwestern Daisy 1"
Is a high (trade Patent Floxrjiiade from" choicest jtfln
nesota Wheat. Makes
EASY TO rBAJKIE
' Guaranteed Equal in every
Hour in the market,
x Qpr sale only
everybody else possesses, but insists
upon ringing the changes over aud
ofer, as If there were something fresh
lit each repetition. The milk in the
cocoanul Deems to be Its deslro to dic
tate tbs selection to tho convention.
"It will be seen that the society is com
posed of the very papors that did their
utmost to break up tho party ana the
party organization during the Iatostate
campaign. They are in tho same busi
ness now. They succeeded fairly well
last November, and Itls a possible thing
they will hand the state over to the,
Democratsuext fall in spite of the fact
that Republican victories are necessary
now as preliminary to the great strug
gle of next year.
"It is general warfare upon tho party
organization that they are making, a
policy which, if successful, would he
suicidal; a policy which Is direct an
tagonism to President Harrison and
tho party which he represents. They
apparently wish to rule or ruin, but
unless the Republican party has lost Its
head entirely they will be allowed to
It Is possible the 450,000 men who
stood loyally by the Republican ticket
last fall may bo made to feel that they
committed an unpardonable crime, but
one thing Is very certain such a state
of contrition will not be brought about
by means of theutteraucesof thejour
nals that hoisted the Ibig of the Demo
cracy and rejoiced In Republican de
feat. The regulars while smarting un
der defeat have magnaulmously opened
their ranks tor tho return of tho de
serters, but they will do considerable
thinking before concluding to vacate
their camp and eurrendering their
equipments to the chaps who did their
level bes to ruin and disgrace them.
To Norvouu, Debilitated Men.
If you soud us your address, wo will
jail you our illustrated pamphlet explain
Dg all about Dr. Dye's Colobratod Klectro
oltaio Bolt and Appliances, and thoir
lharming ofiocts upon the norvouu dc
jilitatui eyslom, and how they will quickly
ustora you to vigor, and manhood, Pamph
let free. If you aro thus atllictcd, wo will
lend you a Bait and Appliancos on a tria'
Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall, Mich,
Notice I I
Any person or parsons finding or roturn
nig to mo, valuable papers which woro
tskon from my safe, viz : Kuturalization
certificate, titlo deads, receipts, &c, from
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and a flro Insuranco
policy will receive a suitable reward.
July 10, 1891. 3t
A New BusinosB.
P. J. Oleary has opened a ftoro in thfr
Ferguson's building, on East Centra ftroot,
and is prepared to furnish tho local trade
with fine leather and shoe findings and all
kinds of shoumakor's supplies. Uis stock is
a largo one and W(11 equipped to fully
supply all demands of tho trade. 6-15-tl
slocUof Tapestry and Body
handsome new tall -patterns.
from $1 up.
more bread than ordinary
respect to any ILl(jhprlcod
AN AWAKENING I
PENNSYLVANIA AND READ
ING SIDE BY SIDE.
THE P.& R.PEOPLE'S EYES OPENING
Moro Direct Communication Be
tween Shenandoah and Potts
vllle on the Roadlngr Railroad.
Lakeside to bo Bouoflttod.
Tho rumors nuhllnhnd hv thn Hunu n
last week roKardiuE activity in mil
circles afleeting this soction of tho state ars
cocurmou by roports that soam to emouato
from an authoritative source.
It is now announced Hint llin Pl,il,lnl
phia& Heading Railroad cornpiny will
build a short lino parallel with tho Penn
sylvania Railroad to Giiberton from
raekville and to Shenandoah. Thn mm.
pany has been holding back long enough
sea mo auvantagoof a lino such as thn
lvnnsy" controls from this town to
As soon as tho Philadolnhia .fc
comploto3 this now lino all its pasongor
traffic from Ashland, Girardvillo, Maha-
noy Piano. Shonandosh Htnl Million
City to Pottsvillo will ba sent via Frack
villo. Lakesldo is soon to bocomo a boomlnir
place. All traffic from ilazloton to Ta-
maqun and Philadeluhla on thn nn Hnxia.
ton branch of tho P. & 11. road will tin
through that placo.
It Is also understood th
presout contract with tho Philadelphia &
lieauing ttaiiroaa expires tho "Pennsy"
will lay a lino of Its own from Frackvilln
to Wotherill Junction,
This activity in railroad eirel
with it indications that should groatly on
courago our pooplo. It means now cutlets
fur tho coal and a c ineral activitv that
must revort to lha benefit of thn nannln of
Shenandoah and othor towns north-of-tho-
mountain. It means that eood limm urn
ahead and, with patience, tho pooplo may
yet oo aoio to regain what they havo lost
ior so inai.y montns.
Together with this wo havo at hnmn nn
additional indication of approaching good
times. All tho collienos in thi3 district are
now working steady and, for tho first timo
in many years, thoro is a scarcity of labor.
now lot our nomo pooplo awaken to a
realization of their own interests. Let
thom looion their nursn ctrincn nnil .In
little moro to help thomsolvos. Let them
prcparo for tho increasoi railway facilities
to bo established and establish a boom that
will result in industrial benefit to thn tnwn.
independent of tho colliories.
Ono of tho most popular and cheapest
summer oxcursions is tho annual Holler
excursion over tho famous nnd picturoo,uo
Lehigh Valley railroad, to Niagara Falls,
which tako3 pluco this year on Sat
urday, July 25th. Tho faro Is only
t3.00. Tickets aro limited to JO days
and good to return on any reguular
train. Stpp off Drlvilogoa are allowed at
Buffalo and Klmlra (returning) affording
passengors an opportunity to tako in AVat
kins Glen. This is certainly ono of tho best
Curings for a summeroutlng, and as tbo fare
is very reasonable, within tho reach of all.
Croakers step to tho roar.
Giyo tho crusher a chanco.
' Tho crusher Is satisfactory.
Get to work, Mr. Suporviaor.
Now let the stroots bo attended to.
Stop grumbling and get down to work.
Tho pooplo want good stroots and they
wans tho host, if thoy do como high.
For ye ars past tho streols havo been a
jslnk hole for oxpenee. Now that' tho et me
crusher is hero, and if it gives satisfaction,
let the good wrk bo started.
MUob" Kervo nnd Liver PIHb
Act on a new principle-regulating the
liver, ktomacli and bowela throtwh the verves.
A newdlscovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily
cuie lUlousues, had taste, torpid liver, piles,
ooufctlpallon. Uneqnaled lor men, women,
children. HmalUwl, mil iet,snrestl Slrtoses,
ajcts. Samples froe, at o. U. ilagenbucU'a
Therowill bo an important meotlng of
atienandoah Urange, No. 838, P. of II., in
Bobbins' hall, corner of Main and Oik
streets, on Wednesday ovemng, July 15th.
All membors aro requested to bo present.
7-13-lt Tuos. W. Powell, Seo'y
Tho purchasing power of twonty cents
may seem small, yet It secures economy for
tho poor i good health in consequence of
warm, dry feet to tho foebla j pleasure to
tho rich and fastidious : and comfort to
everybody when invostod in a bottlo of
.Wolff's Aumo Ulacking, You can gat
blacking for fie. and 10c. which would bo
dear if Acmo Ulaoking woro worth a dol
lur; and you can got tho "just as good" for
t&i. and over, which Is no b. tier than tho
5c. and IOj. but put up in showier paokases.
If you want u drive away Dyspepsia,
Ulllonsuess, Uous'lpatl'in, t'oor Appetlie and
all evils urMnif from a disordered t.lver use
l)r. lioe's laver (tabulator. Trial bottles free
at Klrlln's drug store.
THE CORNER STONE LAID.
Imposing Ceremonies at Potts
vllle's New Churoh.
Thoro was an immense throng at Polls
villo yesterday to witness the laying of the
corner stono at St. Patrick's Human
Catholic church. Special trains were run
from all parts of tho county and' all wure
crowded to their utmost capacity. A
spocial train of six cars left town at 1 p. m.
on tho Pennsylvania Kiliroad, via thf
attort route; and 12:80 p. m. a train of oight
cars loft tho Lehigh Valley depot, via the
long route. At l'J:16 a tram of six cars
left on tho Philadelphia & Ittading Rail
road, but by the timo tho train reached
Mahanoy City it was swelled to thirteen
cars, Ashland and Girardvillo excursionist-
Preceding tho ceromonies at tho church
thoro was a parado in which sixteen so
cieties and LinJ participated.
At 4:15 o'clock Rov. James Hrehony, o
Manayunk, began the dedicatory sermon
and at 4:50 Archbishop Ryan, of Philadel
phia, advanced to tho corner stone and
blessed it. Tho stone weighed about 3.6C3
A coppsr box 8tl2 inches was placed in
tho center of tho stono. Among tho ar
ticlos placod in it were silvor coins mado at
the Philadelphia mint oxprossly for the
occasion, the gift of Colonel Ilobyshell
Coins bearing dato from 1770 to 1&)1 were
also plaoed in tho box.
Tbo collection taken amountol to 3800.
Tho priiwts in attendanco wero : Fatbor.
O. A. MoFaddon, of Puiladolphia; Jamot
A. Nash, Philadelphia; Alox A. Gal'ngher,
Philadelphia; J. .1. Ward, Philadelphia,
Jatnes Brehoi.y, Manayunk; Cornelius
1'attorpon, Ashland ; Wynn, Ho k
shorville; J. Dolan, Philadelphia; P. J
Fogarty, Tamoqua; F. McGvorn, Port
Carbon; AI. G.itloy, St. Clair; Dr.vid Kigen,
Ph'iladalphlt.; Jamos Uloary, Reading; ii '.
Crano, rhlladolpDia ; J. Muldowny,
Schuylkill Uaveni J. Ncrz, St. Clair; P.
J. Ryan, Now Philadelphia; P. McOol
lough, Girardville; Father Michael, of
All is bustle at Lt.kosid Park this wrok.
To-morrow tho picnio season will open in
oarnost and almost overy dayto tho close
of the season tho park will bo filled with
Fifty additional laborers will bo put on
tho raco (rack to morrow.
The merry-go-round man will havo his
apparatus roady by Wednosdaj'.
Strangers visit Lakosido daily and nover
fail to making inquiries regarding favorablo
sites upon which to build cottages.
Tho dansing pavilion is to bo paintoi in
Frank Wilson and. "Jim" Klliotl are at
tho park with their razzle-dazajo and cir
Tho buoys in tho lakos havo boen painted
Tho troea planted around tho wator odgo
in tho spring aro growing finely.
Domand for datos at tho nark l hi i.v
and pooplo of othor couutioa nro among tbo
applicants. Thero will bo a building boom
at tho park oro long.
Jiazletanians aro enthusiastic ovor tho
placo. A good offer mado by ono of thom
has been r Jootod. 11a off -red, in consider
anon oi certain conco-sions. to nut im.
twenty-thouiand-dollar hotel. Tho ownrrj
know thoy havo a good thing and will
makoall tho improvements thomcolves as
soon as circurmtancos permit.
For somo timo past rumors havo boon
iifl'atthat tho Lakeeido company intends
building a brewery on. tho grounds. Tho
company has no such intontion.
A promlnont Berks countian wants to
ulilizo tho wator power for a grist mill.
Groat Opportunities for Miners,
In ton years tho coat production of tbo
United Statos has doubled. Its growth is
unprecedented. Now coal mines aro
opened ovary day and thoro is great do
mand for minors who aro informed in tho
principles pf ventilation, etc., to superin
tend and mansge thom. If you want to
prcparo yourself to fill tho position of rnino
foreman or mino superintnndBnt rend The
Colliery Engineer, an educational mining
journal which contains a department
designed especially for tho Instruction of
miners, who Uuvo not had a chance tgoto
eohool. SuKoription ?'2 00. Address Tbo
Colliery Enginoor Company, Scranton
l'a., for froa samplo oopy.
On to tho Encampment.
Lafayotto Post, No. 217, O. A. R of
Kaston, passed through town Saturday en
route for Willlamsport, whero tho semi
annual oncampmont of tho G. A. R is now
belpgbold. They wero a jolly tot of fol
lows aud woro well equipped. With
small brass cannon upon tho rear platform
of tho train thoy 11 rod a saluto upon their
arrival here and flrod another upon leaving.
A young lady of town, who worked hard
to lay aside a littlo mnnn.v. lost her nocknt
book containing botweon sevon and oight
dollars on Main, or Centre street, Samrday
night. If tho finder will roturn the same
to tho H KiiAU) otllco it will bo roturned to
Waters' Weiss beer is tho best.
Reilly solo agent.
TERRIBLE DEATH. OP PASSEN
GERS ON A RAILROAD.
BOILED IN A STREAM OF STEAM.
Of Savonty-flvo Persons in the
Coach Only Throo Escupod TJn
Injured Moot of tho Dead
Hy National Press Assoclntiun
AspeS, Col., July 13. A horrible catas
trophe occurred at Aspen Junctlou on
the Colorado Midland Roitl at midnight,
that lina filled mntiy onco hnppy homes
lu thla beautiful valley with desolation
A collision occurred between a Midland
locomotive and tbo hind conch of tho Sat
urday night excursion train running be
tween Aepen nr.U Ulenwooil Springs, Tho
loach load of reoplo returning from tho
Springs, whero a tow pleaint hours had
been spent, wore nuddouly plunged, into
all tho horrors of a frightful railroad ac
cident, which resulted lu killing two par
sons outright, mulcting intat injuries
upon live moro and Severely scalding ami
burning six others.
Engineer bwitzer ot the excursion
train had run his train up to the water
tank n't the Junction for water; When
b; cklng down to get on tho main traok,
a Hunt onulno shot out from tho coal
chutos, which nro located lu such a way
to conceal tho engine trades irom
Tlew of tho tracks loading to tho water
tank. Tho cngtnoor on tho light ouglno
thinking he could got out beforo the ex
cursion tr In took tho main track, mado
the attempt, but struck tlio rear coach
of tho excursion train at tho switch.
The force of th collision tore tho
cheok valve from the engine nnd poured
bcaldlng steam and water into tho
wrecked coacli load ot passengers, men
ensued a scone of terror Impossible to
describe. Tho passengers wero at the
mercy of tho roaring, Bcrcechlng monster
at their sulo. xurougu tne uroncn vatvo
torrents of scnldlng steam and water
poured out upou the holploss victims.
UI the zo passengers in me car tureo
colored men, who woro in tho forward
compartment, wero tho only ones unin
jured. Uoniluctor Minor, witn tne train
crew and tho uninjured paseugors, Im
mediately began the work of rescue. A
two-year-old daughter or air. r ranic .ta
lis, ot Aspen, was taken out dead. Miss
Annie Phelan, of Cardiff, died 10 minutes
after being rescued. Mr. and Mrs. Joo
Leonard, Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Ellis,
Thomas O'Donnoll, Miss Mary O'Donnell
and James Loiicb, nil or Aspen; .Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. 11. Rogers, of Woody; Mrs. J. O.
Baldwin, and Mrs. W. L. Wlloughby, of
Glouwood, wero tfenrfully burued aud
The Injured and doad woro placed in
the baggage cur and brought to this city,
whore all the i hyslcitinH in tho city wero
in attendanco and every posslblo aid was
given to tho injured. The victims' cries
erf agony wero heartrending, and thoir
scalded faces and arms and bodies a sight
to hrlng tears of pity.
In spite of nil efforts to savo thoir lives,
Mrs. Frank Ellis, Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs.
Wlllougbby died within two houra of tho
wreck, Mrs. Rogors died at 5 o'clock this
morning and her husband at 10 o'clock,
Mrs. Baldwlu nnd Mrs. Willoughby wero
the most frightfully burned. Tho lattej
begged pltoously to be kept allvo until
her husband could reaoh hor. Of thoso
still living, Miss Mary O'Donnell will die.
RIOT IN CHICAGO.
Slrlkora Driven Acro tho llusli Street
Ilrllui by the roller.
CmoAOO, July 111. An onslaught was
made on non-union 'longshoremen as
they loft the Western Transit docks and
turned toward Rush street bridge. A
groat throng of strlkors and thoir sym
pathizers follow oil ou tho heels of tho pro
cession until after tbo bridge was crossed,
when tho attnek was made, notwith
standing tho heavy police escort.
Many of the new men woro hit before
the police could drive back the assault
ing column. Four of tho strikers wero
ariexted and taken to tho patrol box by
Joijet, 111., July 13. A double trag
edy occurred hero last evening nt 0
o'clook. Gust Bwedeborg, who has been
drunk since tho Fourth of July, wont
Into Mrs. Hedberg's house, whero he
boarded, took down a shot gun and de
liberately shot Mrs. Hcdberg In the head,
killing her. He then put tho muzzle of
the piece to his mouth and fired tho
othr birrol, taking the entire top ol his
A "Npoalc Knsy" Hh1I.
I'irrsnuBO, Pa., July 13. An exten
sive raid was mado by the police last
night on "speak casioo" or unlicensed
liquor saloons. Fifteen places woro
raided and nearly a hundred man and
women who were lu tho places were ar
rested. Tho central station was crowded
to overflowing, many ot the inmates
being well-known people.
Insurgent Tackle tho Turks.
Lonpom, July 18. Constantinople ad
vices stato that tho latest news from
Yemen Is very discouraging. The Insur
gents have proved successful at all points,
and control all intercourse between tho
coast and the Interior. Tho British gar
rison at Adon Is to bo streugtheued, to be
ready for any demoustratlou lu that
Advertise in the Hkkalp.
Mrs. II. A. Acker spent Sundry in Ash
lm.l w th relatives.
George Rohland ipnt yesterday visiting
friondsin Mifflin county.
Mi Nellie Sliull, of llloomsburg, is
tUe guwt of Mrs. J. M. Robbins,
Miss Dura Jacoby is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Amos Shaw, at Lstrobe, Pa.
John 11. Kvans left town this nu rning to
spend a few days in Atlantic City.
llowa d W lliams and John Mcllrelrty,
of Ashland, spent Sunday in town.
J. II. Pomeroy, K-q , 8nt to-day at
tending to legal business at the county
MU Jessio llotkini, of Shamokln, is tho
guust of .Miss Haltio I, sig, of North Main
WllcrShael'or, of Pottsvillo, spent thla
morning in town locking after mining in
t9rsts. Thomas I). Tai;grt, who is at present lo
cated in Philadelphia, is visiting hie parents
Daniel Neiwenter and John Lawsorv
wore among tho townsmen who spent to
day at Pottsvllle.
Miss Sarah Mercer, of Chester, is tho-
guost of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ilousnick, of
East Coal street.
Miss Mama Kinnoy, ono of Ashlanda.
popular young school teachers, was a visit
or to town Saturday.
Ilarry Keiper and Edward Doherty spent
Saturday afternoon and ovening fishing in
tho Catawlwa Valloy.
Chi.rles L Shaw, of Pittston, and I.I
friend, Mr. Paw, of Wilken-llarrt', paid a
brief visit to town to-day.
School Director S. A. Unddall returnotl
to town on Saturday after spondiug a
week's vaoation in Potter eouuty.
John O'Neil, P. J, Graham and sHtor,
T. J. Coakloy, D. J. Croeden and Annio
Durkin left town to-day for Philadelphia.
Mrs. Knch, wife of ono of tho loading;
journalists of oattlo, Washington, is tl.o
guest of her brother, Jacob Frautz, of
West Coal street.
Tho Columbia II. &S. F. E. Co., No. 1,
of town, was lil years old on Saturday. Tho
evont will bo celebrated by tho company
! holdintr its regular annual privato picnic at
Columbia Parle to-morrow afternoon.
The Ilackncr Horse Society Incorporated
New Yonu, July 13. Tho American
Hacknoy Horse Society has been incor
porated. Among tho incorporators ara
l'lerre Lorllla-d, Jr., Soward Webb, John
B. Dutcher of Pawling, N. Y.; John A.
Logan, Jr., of Youngstown, Ohio; Heury
Fairfax of Aldiu, Vt.; J. B. Perkins ot
Clovolnnd, Ohio, nnd Frederick C. Pills-
bury ot Minneapolis.
Tlitrty-onn Horses l'orltlieri.
Fhiladeli'UIA, July 13. Tho largo brick
livery stable belonging to Samuel
Lughey, on Harvoy street, Gormautown,
was burned early in tho morning. Thlrty
ono horses perished in tho ll.imos and
othor property was dostroyod, making tho.
loss amount to $21,1100, ono-thlrd of which
Is covered by insuranco.
JlllHHla1 Conilnt: Harvest.
St. Pktciibbuko, July 13. Reports ro
ceived from olllclal sources ou the pros
pects ot the coming harvest aro such as
to dissipate all hopes of the exportation
ot grain from Russia. Tho purchase of
corn from foreign countrlos for Russian
consumption is now regarded as In
evitable. The Cleveland lit Kdffartnwn.
Eooahtown, Mass., July 13. Mr. anil
Mrs. G rover Clevelaud and Dr. Ward, of
New York, aro guests of E. C. Benedict,
on board his steam yacht Oneida, iu this
harbor. Tho Oneida will le.ivo to-morrow
for Buzxard's Hay. This afternoon tho
party will try their luak ut blue fishing.
Cannon Defeats All Comers. '
Bsnu.v, July 13. At the wrestling
tournament which took place hero yester
day, Cannon, the Amerloan wrestler, was
the victor agulust all comers. He was
subsoqueutly elected a member of tho
Atlas Verslu aud presented with a gold
(jcuiuu tV. Tlllll llUHfl.
Abburv Park, N. 3 . July 13. George
W. Truax, justice of the poaoo and tho
leading real estate, dealer of Asbury
Park, dlrd last evinluv ol a cancerous
Buy Keystone dour. He oaroful that tho
name Limsto & Co., AshUnd, Pa., is
orinlod on ovary sack. 3-8-3taw
Don't Pay 5 Cents
For what you can got for
half tho monoy. Our
Spanish Punotollas at two
for fivo aro bettor than j
half tho Cigars you pay
five cents for. Try them.
$1.10 a box.
No. 122 North Jardin Street