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VOL. VI.-KO. 138. SHEISrAKDOAH. FA.. TUESDAY. JULY 14. 1891. ON33 015NT.
THE SUREST BO AD TO WEALTH IS THROUGH LIBERAL ADVERTISING
To the Republican Electors of I'ennsylv nla:
After consultation and correspondence with
the members of the Republican Slate Committee,
and by their direction, I hereby give notice Hint
the Jtepub'.tcans of Pennsylvania, by their duly
chosen representatives, will meet in State Con
vention at Jlarrlsburg, Wednesday, August 19,
1891, at lOo'clock A. St., for the jmrpoie of plac
ing in nomination candidates for the ojjlces of
Slate Treasurer and Auditor General, for the
nomination of clghteencandtdates for Delegates-at-Large
to tiie Constitutional Convention pro
vided for in the Act nf Assembly approved June
19, ISfll, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be presented.
Notice is especially directed to the fact that, in
accordance with the provisions of the last men
tlontd act, each Senatorial district is entitled to
a repretentalton of three delegates in said Con
stitutional Oonoentlon, two of whom only eanbe
menhirs of the majority parly In said district.
Tiie electors of each district are therefore re
quested to make proper nominations for dele
gates t.i said convention, the rules governing the
nomination of candidates for S ate Senator to
be applicable, ,
In this connection tlw Chairman desires to call
the attention of Republloan voters to the rcco-n-mendatton
of the Slate Convention of 1882. 7in(
"they allow the greatest freedom in the general
participation in the primaries consistent with
the preservation of the party organisation."
Wil. H. ANDREWS, Chairman.
Ono of tho most popular and cheapest
sumaior excursions is the annual Heller
IpVN?-.c exoursion nvor too ruinous ana picturesque
SQ Lnhigh Valley railroad, to Niagara Falls,
... 1, : 1. i . I . . l - . l. : l' .. i
huikii ttitus fHuutT tins jenr uu qui-
urday, July 25th. Tho faro is only
$8.00. Tickets aro limited to 10 days
find Rood to return on any reguutar
train. Stop off privileges nro allowed at
Buffalo and Eluiira (returning) affording
passengorj an opportunity to take in Wat
kins Glen. This is certainly ono of tho best
offerings for a eummur outing, and as the fare
is very reasonable, within tho roach of all.
To Nervous, DoblHtatod Men.
if you send us your address, wo wil
mail you our illustrated pamphlet explain
ing all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated Eloctro
Voltaio Belt and Appliances, and theit
charming eltocts upon tho nervous de
bilitated system, and how they will quickly
rostoroyouto vigor, and manhood. Pamph
lat froo. Tf you ore' thus aftiictod, we will
fond you n Bolt and Appliances on u trial.
Voltaic Bsuw Co.. Marshall. Mich.
A Now Business.
P. J, Cfoary has opened a store in the
Ferguson's building, on East Centro street,
and is prepared to furniih tho local trado
with fine leather and shoe findings and all
kinds of shoemaker's supplies. His stock is
ft largo ono and well equipped to fully
supply all demands of the trade. 6-15-tl
Buy Keystone flour. Be careful that the
satno Lebsiq & Co., Ashland, l'a., is
printed on every sack. 3-3-3taw
Fn OEOSTTS ier vd for tho
BEST TABLE OILCLOTH,
Bold In other stores for 850. All floor
Ollololhi roducstl. Call Tor bargains
C. D. FHLKE S
Carpet Stow, 10 South Jarilin St., near Centre
JLelter is now receiving a neiv stochof Tapestry and Body
Brussels and Ingrains in handsome new tall patterns.
ZETZETW OIL CLOTHS.
Just opened a large assortment of Choice New Patterns,
in all toldths.
LINOLEUM 3 yards wide,
A SPECIAL 11 AUG A IN IJS SYRUP.
Tiie Finest Vn1Ic Syrup we Imvc ever lintl for the price.
Strictly Pure Cnnc Syrup,
IV o I mixed wltli Corn Syrup and Glucose.
PRICE TEN CENTS A QUART.
Also n Fair Sugar Syrup at 6 cts.
Is a high grade Patent Flour Made from choicest Min
nesota Wheat. Makes mora bread than ordinary
EASY TO BAKE.
Guaranteed Equal In every respect to any High-priced
Hour in tho inarjeet,
$6.00 PER BARREL.
lor snlo only
2 1ST ANNIVERSARY OP THE
PIONEER FIRE COMPANY.
COLUMBIA H. &S. P. 6 GO., NO. 1,
la Old Enough to Voto and Its
Members are Making Merry at
Columbia Park To-day Its
Twontyono year3 old and still alivo and
To day tho 2Ut anniversary of tho Col
umbia Uoso & Steam Firo Engino Com
puny, No. 1, of Shonandoah, I'a., is baing
oolebrated by the members of tho organi
zation at Columbia Park.
Tlio company is rejoicing that it has
attainod its majority. And why should it
not rejoice? For twenty-ono years it has
Mxislod In the community as tho pionoer
volunteer pronounced foe of the demon
Firo I For twenty-one years its membors
havo kept a watchful eyo upon tho lives
and property of tho people of tho town and
tholr record is ono to which they may point
Your hoalth, Columbia I Long may you
continue in our midst, and may tho mem
ory of your tervieo In tho past in No
vemHor, '83, whon tho flro domon hold tho
onliro town at his mercy and you gal
lantly, fearlesly wrested from his grasp
that which was doomed never grow dim.
Kejoico, Columbia! Culebrate, Col
umbia I To-day is your day, so make tho
host of it.
On Monday, July llth, 1870, a meeting
of citizons was held in tho old brown
school houso, corner of L'oyd and West
streets, for tho purpose of organizing a flro
company, the following named cilizons
being present: Max Dlotz, William
Koch, II. D. Boas, Dr. F. J. Kern, Louis
Huntzinger, John Bernhardt, Kudolpb
Messorlo, John P. Huffman, H. C. Boyer,
Wotf Loviue, C. 0. Wagnor. William
Stauffenberg, William Qlesol and Charles
Iteming. Tho election of oflleora resulted
asfollow8: I'reiidonl, T. J. Fostor; Vice
President, Max Diolzj Secretary, F. J.
Kornj Treasurer, Joseph Boehmj Ohiof
Director, Johu Bernhardt. After tho
elecilon II. O. Bayer, 0. 0. Wagnor and
from $1 np.
F. J. Korn woro appointed a committeo on
constitution and by-laws. Tho following
names for the organization where then pro
posed : "Columbia," "Kmplro," "Wash
ington," "Active," "Anthracite," "Never-
sink" and "Shenandoah Excelsior." Out
of 15 votes cast 11 favored tho name
'Columbia," which was adopted. Tho
president appointed II. D. Hons, T, J
Foster and John P. Iloffman as a committee
to wdt upon Council and ask or tho
necosary apparatus and meeting room.
At tho noxt meeting the committoo
reported progress. Tho meeting thon
adjourned to moot on tho following Mon
day in tho Council room, on Lloyd street.
AtthoGth mooting of tho company, hold
on August 22nd, 1870, an oloction of officers
for tho ensuing year was hold and F. J.
Kern was elected President; John Born
hart, Vice President ; II. C. Boyor, Secre
tary j J. P. Hoffman, Treasurer; T. J.
Foster, Chiof Director. At this meeting it
was resolved to hold a picnic and ball on
Soptembor 20th, 1870. This was tho first
held by the company. At tho 12th meeting,
Nov. 7th, 1870, of tho company tho titlo
"Chi' f Director" was changed to "Fore
man" and tho office of Assistant Foreman
was crcatod. At tho 14. h meoting, held
Nov. 14ih, 1870, tho committeo reported
that tho new hose houso on Market alloy
was ready for occupancy und tho first
mocting of the company was held in their
now hose houso on Novombor 28th, 1870.
Tho hoso carriago was received by tho
company about December 1st, 1870. Tho
exact date is not given by the minutes of
iho company. At tho 20:h mooting, held
April 10th, 1871, it was resolved that a
committeo of two bo appointed, consisting
of Dr. Kern and T. J. Foster, to wait on
tho Borough Council and ask for houks and
ladders, also more firo plugs. At the 35th
meeting, held August 14th, 1871, the
following officers were elected : Presidont,
F. J. Korn ; Vico President, Poter Enders :
Secrotary, II. O. Boyor; Treasurer, John
O. Hoffman; Koroman, T. J. Fostor;
Assistant Foroman, Louis Huntzinger.
During tho meeting held January 12th,
1872, wo learn from tho records, as indited
by tho temporary secrotary, who served in
tbo absence of tho regularly cleclod otHclal,
that T. J. Foster "maid lonty and ablo
stump spech in favor of the new constition
and roarginolion of tho com, .whicfi was
udoptod." The first mention ofyhe com
pany receiving new hoso was at'a meeting
hold March 27th, 1872. At tho samo meot
ing Peter Enders was elected President f
Timothy Mahonoy, Vico President; A.
Lobrod, Secrotary; Peter Smith, Treas
urer; T. J. Fostor, Foroman, and Louis
Lobe, Assistant Foreman. At tho next
meeting, held April 3, 1872, tho Assistant
Foreman reported, "tho hoso carriago still
dirty from tho flro at Loe and Orant's col
liery, two sections of tho now huso burs tod
and two others unfit for use." This is tho
first record of a firo on tho books of tbo
company. On August 21st, 1872, tho
charter of tho company was. received. An
oloction of offices was held at a meeting of
tho company held on February 18, 1873,
when It. B. Greener wasclectod Preeidont;
Jucob Lamb, Vice Presidont; A. Lobrcd,
Secretary; Petor Smith, Treasurer; Fred.
Urumm, Foreman, and Louis Lehu, As
sistant f oreman, loo lirdt uomi among
tho members of (he company, as recorded
In tbo minutes of tho company, is that of
Walter Gibbs, who was killed at tho
Plank Kldgo colliery and was burled on
April 20th, 1873. At tho noxt meeting,
April 8, 1873, Fred. Orumm and J. A.
Lamb were appointed a oommitteo of two
' to go to Philadelphia and make arrange
ments to get a stcamor." On the 2nd of
June, following "tho agroemont for
steamer subraittod by Thomas Poto, of
Philadelphia, was road and approved,
properly signed, and a copy handed to tbo
trustees for safo koeping." On tho 4th of
July tho steamer was tosted and at aspecial
meoting tho noxt day tho ongino was ac
cepted. The following officers were elected
to servo during tho ensuing torm at a moot
ing hold February llth, 1874: President,
A, Lobred; Vico Prosidont, Peter Beck;
Secrotary, ltichard Amoilrj Financial
Secretary, Edward Amour; Treasurer,
Petor Smith; Foreman, Lewis Lehe; Assis
tant Foreman, M. Laubacb; Chief Engi
neer, William Hilton. On February 23rd,
1871, a oommlttoo of three was appointed to
write up locals for tho Shenandoah Her
ald on tho new hoso houso. What tho
committee did is nut mentioned, but on
Tuosduy, December 22, 1874, the company
moved into tholr now hoso houso on Jardi'i
street. A parade and ball woro hold in the
ovening. Tho apparatus was not put in the
bouse until January 28th, 1876. On Feb
ruary 10, 1876, the following officers were
elected: Presidont, A. Lobrod; Vico Pres
ident, Peter Heck; Secretary, ltichard
Amour; Financial Secretary, E. W.
Amour; Treasu'or, John Oliver, Jr., Foro
man, Louis Lehe; Assistant Foroman,
WHtlam Owoni; Chiof Engineer, William
Hilton. Tbo two-whoolod cart was first
uiod by the oomnany at a parado he'd on
July 6, 1876. The finances of tho borough
must have been pretty low about this time,
for tho committee on oart reported that tho
"boruugh c uld not raiso enough money to
pay the Ii. V 11. 11. Co. Its freight hill on
tho cart and tha agent of the o.nnpai.y is
punhing for pavmenl of tho nam"." T1m
report m mvuptod and an urdur was
drawn for $1') 0 to pay the bill.
ITO 1)E cotmsuitP
BOYD AND HARBISON.
A Test of the Pennsylvania Rail
An inleresilng anecdote 's told of George
W. Biyd, the Assistant General Passenger
Agent of tho Pennsylvania Itailroad, in
connection with Prosident Harrison. Mr.
Boyd bad personal chargo of tho recently
highly successful transcontinental tour.
Many years ago ho know tho Prosidont as
General Harrison, Senator Harri-on,
United States Senator Harrison and "Ben"
Harrison, ono of tho brilliant mombors of
tho Indianapolis bar. When contemplat
ing his recent tour tho President's first
thought was of tho Pennsylvania's bril
liant ropresentativo and his old thin ac
quaintance, Georgo W. Boyd, and sum
moned him to Washington to talto his ad
vico on tho proposed journoy. Tho sum
mons was ro'pondod with Mr. Boyd's cus
tomary promntnosi. Tho schedule was
soon mapped out and tbon tho Prosident
urged that Mr. Boyd preparo himself to
soo it, personally, carried out. Mr. Boyd
consented, tho trip was undertaken and It
resulted In ono of tho most phonomonally
succossful tours over projocted and c irried
out in this or any other country. Tho
President's conlldenco was not misplaced,
from start to finish thero was not tho
slightest aocident or the least displeasing
featuro. All that the brain of man could
concoivo for safety, speedy and comfort
was accomplished and anothor brilliant
triumph wts added to tho credit of the
great Pennsylvania Itailroad Company.
Max Uoese is doing business In Now York
John Mieldazis spent to-day fishing in
tho Catawissa Valley.
Miss Anna Denglor is spending a month
vacation in Watsontown.
Assistant Postmastor Denglor was a
visitor to Mahanoy City Hst evening.
L A. Bamberger I1I13 becomo a commer
cial tourist and is in Ohio this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Werner, of Or
wigtburg, are the guests of Chief Burgess
Miss Mary Powick, of Wilmington,
Delaware-, is tho guest of her brother, Hev,
Win. Powick, pastor of tho M. E. church,
Frank Charles and wife, of Hazleton, aro
tho guests of Mrs. Charles' pironts, Mr,
and Mrs. H. B. Hawley, of East Coal
Supt. A. T. Blakslen, of tho L. V. R. IV,
Dr. P. II. Dudloy and Wm. Oanam. of
tho Bethlehem Iron Works, K. Caflroy,
roadmaster, and Goo. Brill, dispatcher, L.
V. It. It., woro in town to-day.
Dr. Thomas Covany loft town last nven
ingfor Donvor, Colorado, with a view to
locating thero if he should find an oponing
in his lino. Ills family remains hero to
await tho rosult of the trip.
Tbo Democratic School Board of East
Mahanoy township has "flrod out" soven
teachers whose frionds aro Kepublicans and
havo olocted eight frionds of Democrats.
If the firing had bonn d&no by ltepubll
cans thoro would bo n great huo and ory
about polltios being allowed to cruop into
Tho "nlggor in tho wood pile" will stlok
out bis head occasionally.
The local school torm will open on
John F. Davios, who loft town after being
re-elected a teacher by our School Board,
writes to friends that ho has socuria a
school in Butto City, Mon., and will not
Miners Educate YoursolvoB.
Tho Primary Educational Dopartmontof
'lite Oollicry Engineer intended for the u-o
of candidates for mine foremen's certificates
and studonts of mining contains everything
any minor nocds to learn to pass an -i-.mi-nation
for a certificate. A miner can
loirn to write; can learn arithmotio .
square and cube root; mechanics applied
in mining; tho principles of ventilation,
etc., by reading it. Soud to Tho Colliery
Eugiucor Company, Scranton, Pa , for a
samplu copy. Subscription 2.00 por year.
A Great Railroad Spootaolo.
Tbo gonoral contracting agent for W. C.
Coup's six enchanted rolling palacos, is ar
ranging for the iToduotion of this spec
tacle In all tho Important towns In this re
gion. It is contained in six railroad cars,
handsomely deooratod and carvod, 400 feet
long, and the visitor in seeing the entertain
ment walks through these cars, which will
bo on tho railroad track. Tho entertain
nisnt consists of an Bden Mute, aqua
rium ana auditorium ana is cam to Do a
Mlloa' Nervo and Liver Pills
Act ou n new principle regulating the
liver, Homaoh und bowels through the nerves.
A new ilUcovery. Dr. Miles' I'llls Bpdlly
ouie lilUoimnom, bad taste, torpid liver, pilot,
constipation, unequaled lor men, women,
children. Hmallsat, mlMent, surest I fildotea,
'JicU. Hamplee free, at U. 11. llagenbuch'it
$300,000 Oolllory Flro.
London, July 14. A fire In the
Wefct Stanley colliery at Coiisett, uear
Durham, yesterday, wrecked tho pit
brad and destroyed mint of the
' machinery. The loss will exce d
I $ ioo.ooo. About flvti huudred men are
j thrown out of work.
AN INDIAN WAR,
NAVA JOS ALREADY CAUSING
TROUBLE IN ARIZONA.
THEY ATTACK CATTLE RANCHES
And Slaughter Cattlo Tho Ohlppo
was Ready to Revolt Dissatis
faction With tho Falluro ,of
San Fkancisco, July 14. Tlio
Chronicle's Klagatufl', Arizona, apeolnl
says: Durlngttie last month theNiivaJo
Indians have been acting In a defiant
manner toward tlio whites, and It wns
the general belief that they were only
awaiting a favorable opportunity lo
drive tho cai He mon from tholr ranotio.
A courier Iihh just arrived here from
the Llttlo Colorudo.thh'ty mllos north
east, with Inti'lllgKiice that a bund of
six hundred Navujos have taken pos
session of William Roddon's ranoh,
driving out the herders and slaughter
ing large numbers of his ualtle.
The Indians uie woll armed mill mm
get largo reinforcements from the res
ervation. Hhetlll Francis will leave
for the scene to-morrow with tliii tv
armed cowboys to urre.-t the loaders of
If Kranois fails to arrest the chiefs
and get tho Indians Imok on their res
ervation, the War Department will be
appealed to and troops probably lie
ordered out. The Nuvajos number 18,
000, well llxed financially, and are the
largest tribe in the territory.
OHIPPEWAS TO REVOLT.
Dissatisfaction With tho Falluro
of Government Promises.
"White IC.uitii, Minn., July 14.
The situation here is so serious that It
Is feured General Merritt will havo to
send two or three companies of tho
Third Regiment to the White Earth
Reservation to prevent a riot ami poa
Tho'Chlppewas have been in a state
oi open revolt tor several week's. A del
egation of Leech Like Iudians ramo
Here to confer, uud soon after the r ar
rival, joined in a wild dauce with the
Wlilte jartn mi men. Tlio no Ugh be
came alarmed at the threat nlug outlook
and to stop the dunce.tore down the hall
In which the orgy of the savages was
tuning piace. j ne in mans were highly
incensed over the interference, and
have been holding meetings to-day
with ix view to getting oven.
tno uipsaiisiact on ol tho Intl anx
hus resulted from the tardluc.-s of the
Chippewa t'ommhsiou In the matter
or uio allotment or laud and the non
payment by the Uoveruiucnt of several
thousands dollars damaures occasioned
by big oveiilowsln the conatructlon of
the upper jMisslPsinni reservoirs. A
certain amount of o.ish nor dunlin
promhtd the Indians, and the Govern
ment's intimation Unit It nronosed to
st ttle the debt in stock and agricultural
implements has so iueeuscd them that
tuey are in a mood to commit any out
(Jhief White Cloud Is on the rrround
iryiug io prevent an outbreak', at
though lie lias written the InloriorDe
partment that his tribe w 1 not sub
initio the payment of niitlii,ir ox
cept money for their ruined rice llelda.
810,000 for a Wife.
She preferred a "handsomer man,
did Edna Patterson, the pretty young
wifo of Henry Ward Puttor&on, a Chi
And that his wounded hoart may bo
healed, Mr. 1'attor.son has Mied JIarrus
S. Stolnman, an Englishman of good
family, and reputed to uo wealthy, for
f 10,000, Some hix months ago tho Pat
tersons arrived In Clilcairo from Indiana.
The husband thought it well to locuto
In Chicago and opened a bank. About
that time his wife was introduced to
Steiniiuin, who was In this country on
a business trip.
Then the trouble began. The hus
band says Steinman robbed him of Mrs.
Patterson's affections and Induced her
lo leave him. They have not been liv
ing together for some time although
Mr. Patterson Is said to be in Chicago.
Steiniuan represents a Liverpool Iioumj.
He is expected to roach Chicago in a few
days and tlio husband hopos thee to
bervu him with notice ot the suit.
A coroner's jury at Louisville, Ky ,
has found that Mrs. ltozooh tlutlirle,
who died a few days ago, came to har
death from poison purtaken of at a
Oapt. Doughorty Dead.
Captaia Charles Dougherty, of CreHona,
who served in tho 00th Heglinaut, Pnn-
svlvania Volunteers, under Col. U. L.
Cake, dropped dead just as he wm about to
enter the oars to goto Pottsville on Sunday.
Ho was In his sixty-fourth year.
Among tiie first or Dr. K'x-li'g putli uta with
consumption van a Miimj girl Inii i t. ( from the
uar-ruijtH m a neet iiseu iriiiui n.irlT lu.h.
lupus, and sK.'inc iIiM-Hse are ofUn il. lived fiom
nwira, nnii-iu . i...elf ,vu viutir uu iiealth
bluud Is I be lies iruard q-:iiiihI ull p.nu-itA,
and Oaotun Blood Vurr, the out oul vegetable
blood puritier kuov. a. No rival, uo imui rui, uo
Watt rs W"ifS boer Is the b"!.
lloilly solo agont.
CHRISTINE NEILSON'S WEDDING
She I Nuxv the Mlfo nf Denmark'
Vice CoiimiI nt Clilcniso,
Otto A. Dreior, vice consul of Den
mark, located in. rhlengo, and Miss
Christine Ncilson were married nt tbo
residence of the bride's pnrents, Madi
son, Wis., last week, in the prcscnee of
tho immediate relatives of the families.
The bride and groom have
been acquainted about six years. The
latter's father, Kmll Dreier, consul of
Denmark, lias Iteen a prominent resi
dent of Chicago since 1351. Tlio sou
was appointed vice consul In 188.1. when
twenty-one years p'l. He was born in
Chicago twenty-seven years ago. The
tit-Hie is contralto in the ehoir of the
Xew Enirlnml Coniri-eirational cbur.-h
and formerly sanir hi Clarence KihH's
choir in the First Presbyterian climvh.
Chicago, hue win not give up Her
musical work. In personal appearance
she Is a striking brunette. She re
ceived her musical education in Chica
go in the school of Mrs. Sara Her
sbey Eddy. Her advancement was
bo rapid that she wan soon chosen a
member of the Eddy l.ailiea quarter,
and wns in frequent demand for ama
teur recitals and concerts. In June,
1880, she accompanied Clarence Eddy's
Organ Concert Company to Europe as
one of the associate artists. She was
well received in London and culled a
fcecond "Swedish Nlghtlugalo." In
Paris sho appeared at the Trocadcro,
with remarkable success. Then sho be
came a pupil of the celebrated Henschel
in London. She is only twenty-fivo
years of uge, but already is one ol the
favorites of the lyric stage.
TIIKY NOW COVUK AN ARKA OF 40)
SilUAHE MILES IN KANSAS,
Toi'EKA, July 14. Startling reports
from Eastern Colorado and Western
Kansas about the reported grasshopper
Invasion were received here yesterday.
The grasshoppers cover an area of 4ii0
square mlloa where the Santa Fe Road
ciosses the Colorado line. They aro
young and not able tolly, but nre
hopping eABtward at the rate of two
miles per day. They will hnve ma
tured hulllcleutly within two weeks to
enable them to lly, and as it Is certuiu
they will move in uu easterly direc
tion, much damage is anticipated.
Tho hoppers aro of a brownish yel
low color und are n t readily seen from
p.thslng trains because of their resem
blance In' color to the soil and grass.
Little damage has been done in thu
region Infested by the hoppers,becauso
few crops are grown thero, but pastur
age Iihb been destroyed. The few
ileitis ot corn, wheat and sorghum
huve hem swept clean. Every west
bound train that puses through tho
swarm during the night is stopped.
iur in the nietit, wtien it is com, tho
rails are warm, and they cluster about
the track, almost hiding the rails from
view, and when a train attemnts to
climb the up grade near Arlbba, Col.,
It Is like climbing a greased pole. Tlio
driving wheels revolve but slide help
lessly upon the rails.
The vast area ol grasshoppers is
made of the young of those that were
in the region last year, una more
anxiety Is felt because of the large in
urease which Is certain to be hatched
there next year than from any damage
winch may no none this year.
If you want to drive away Dvsoensla.
HUlouiinefcK. CouaMnallnn. l'oor Anueliie und
all evils attain from a disordered i.iver uso
or 8 i.ner ueoiaiur. iriai uoities iroe
at Klrlln's drug si ore.
Don't .Pay 5 Cents
For what you can got fur
half tho monoy. Our
Spanish Panotollas at two
for fivo aro hotter than
half tho Cigars you pay
fivo oents for. Try them.
$1.10 a box.
No. 122 North Janlin Street