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THE LAXATIVE A No NUTRITIOUS JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming au agreeable
and effective laxative t,i net-tun.
nently cure Habitual tousti-
.cation, and the mauy ills de
' pending on a weak or Inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
1 1 li the most cxcell.nt remedy lenown to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
, When one is Htlons or Constipated
PURL' BLOOD, nSFRESHUIQ SLliEP,
HEALTH and STREtfQTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DNUQGIST FOR
MANUFACTUnED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA-FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAl,
iOUISVILLE, KY NEW YORK. N. r.
John R. Coyle,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE Beddal&'s Buii,tj:ko,
Cor. Main and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA.
-PROPERTY FOR SALE:
T two and ouchalf Blory double frame
dwelling bouse, with stoie-room and res
taurant. Located on East Centre street.
3-A valuable property located on Booth Jar.
3-Hevcu dwo'llng homes at the corner oratl.
bertand Lloyd streets. Oiod Investment.
f Terms reasonable.
CANADA'S LATE PREMIER
HE WAS A LEADER IN THE BRIT
Some of tlio TJnpiilillnlicit I'nc" from'
the History of n ItriniirbiiMo Life
"It IlemU I,IUo n lloniiico lllo
Service lo III Aoutilrr.
Tlio Hfo of Sir olin Aloxander Mac
donald has been tlio history of Canada
fcr the past sixty years. Horn in Ulas
gow, .lirn. It, 181K, ho wtis broii(fht to
Canada In 1880, when els futher, Hugh
Macdonald, settled at Kingston, Out.
He was educated In Kingston, and
when 10 yoars old began to study law.
He was admitted to tlio bar in 1885.
Ill 1K4!t Ml. Mnmlnnnlil ,rn b nlnifrul .
the House of Assembly to repretsenttlio
city of Kingston In the Parliament of
I'nlted Canada, and in 1847 he was ap
pointed receiver-general, holding- olllce
ivir iriiw iinab lime.
Boon afterward ho became commis
sioner of crown lands, and in 18411, with
ms coiieaniics in the Draper ministry,
resigned. Until 1854, Macdonald ro
multicd m opposition. In that year, on
the question of paying the "robelllon
tosses, the Ilaldwin-Lafountaino min
istry was dofeated, and Macdonald be
came attorney-general in Sir Allen Mo-
Nabb's coalition ministry. In 1850 the
premier had to resign on account of
ill.. , A, 1 . .
uiuvriB, uuu mo nuornoy-goneral sue
cecilod to the premiership.
highest of all in Leavening Power. U.
S. Gov't Report, Aug. ij, 1889,
antics and observe his vaga-
GOLD HEDAL, TABIS, 1873.
I. Baker & Cos
J. A. MACIlOXAM).
In 1857 the Qhcon designated Ottawa,
a fmall town at the junction ,of the
Ottawa, Chaudiero and Iddcau rivers,
as tho future seat of government.
Macdonald favored the decUlon, but
Parliament did not, and tho ministry
resigned. Within threo days it was
bock in power, and lasted until 1S02.
Two yoars of opposion passed before
Mr. Macdonald returned to po ,r as
nttornev-cencral under Sir K.tlnnnn
On July 1, 18(17, tho now constitution
came into force, and tho Dominion nt
Canada was formed. Macdonald was
created ti Knight Commander of the
Hath that same day, and, as minister
of justice u.id attorney-general, became
niu in no jjruuuer 01 1110 liomnnon. lie
hem power until 1873, when ho re
signed rather than face tho charges
that ho had been connected corrupt!?
with tho managers of tho Union I'a-
ciuc railway, tie was succeeded by
Alexander McTCenzie, who hold ofllco
from which tlio excess of
oil has been removed, is
1 .i.c.it.ij.uuL j-uuiYuuziu, wno ncia otuce
AhsoUltely JPlire vutil 1S when, having reaoli within
'......, r III feW months Of its nnncHtllflnnnl
UiWWtH OOIUOIO. limit, TnvHnmonr. woe, "l
on Sir John's plan of a high tariff tho
Conservatives were swept into power.
Since 1878 Sir Sohn has held power
continuously, returned by general elec
tion in 1887. nnil still n thlwl 4!, 1.t
are used In its preparation. It has
)J0re than three times the. ulrenmh nf
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot JitTbth fi lhe,TisT,of0(-r?d rf,clPrS"
fir Sugar, and la thm-ofo fn- S ft. T1... -lT",' ,ed. S ,atcs- aug h
(w 1, ...w.u viun u luujuiiiy smi luriuer reduced.
economical, costing less than one cent 1Its carried out his pledges, and a high
a ctm. It ia delicious, nourishing I ?rl? is now Cnnajfla's llscal policy tho
strensthonin-. eastly nmprnnrS' L ?n,.n1, .whlc1' Sir
t and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocoro ovorywhoro.
W- BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Neat, Cheap and Stylish
John und Ins collontrues havo
cently been defending.
Under his government tho railway
system of Canada has been developed
greatly, tho Dominion has been con
solidated and strengthened, and a pub
lie debt of enormous proportions has
been assumed. Sir John lived at
Earnscliiro, in Ottawa, whore his short,
bent form and Disraoli-liko face, wero
woll-lcnoEn to every one. Ho had not
enriched himself by any of the acts for
which even his bitterest enemies at
tacked him, but had devoted himsolf
always to tho Interests of the country
where ho had been for so many years
the most prominent figure.
Straw Hats from 20c to S1.60
Short Spray Flowers 60 to 1.00
Wreaths ..20o to 1.75
Inants' Christening Hobo, too to J
Infants' long and short eoats...tl,25
up to $3.60.
.-0,000 LADIES WEAR
Why don't you wear one?
SELXY BLY CAPS !
For hnntiH lin w1t at, l.nrlt. 1
.7 , : ..-j..... u, win iriif muiie
after having seen this raelanaholy upec
tflele, as If ruonmlng over the son, Uer
destiny of the royal family of which he
There Is no prospect thut King Otto
will die by his own act, as his royal
brother did. He is too well ffunrded
for that; and there are times when he
considers himself perfeetlv happy. He
may live to ripe old age. There is
every prospect that he will outlive the
present regent of the kingdom, anil
possibly all of his attendants..
Last year there was a rumor that he
was sinking, but it proved untrue. He
may live on the mad king until
another generation, which knew not
his brother, comes in, and will feel less
reverence for him than is felt to day.
In the old castle of Furstenrled they
lake little note of time, tlio yours pass
marked by no events Ravo tho king's
new vagaries, and many of the inferior
attendants do not even Imow that a
regent conducts the government in
King Ottos stead.
Col. Olcott Succceiln Mine. I5lnviili.il)
11 Lender 01 the T1icoi)ii1iIm,
It is more than two years since Col.
Henry S. Olcott, whom tho death of
Mine. UlrLVntKln.' nlnnH of n.
--- J vi. u ..Vtlll 1
the Tlioifwhieal movement, lnfr. tin,
United States for the Eakt. In
1875, whan tha Boclety was organ
ized in :few York by Mine. Illa-
VatSlf V nnd thn Cnlnnl tint rt ,1,,,.,
adherents were to bo found; now tlio
mpmliiiKlilii nw.tjwla mr, nun rri. in
vestigation of tho unexplained laws of
ui puysicai powers 01 man
becamo tho first. nfiWr. nt tKo ivn.(0,.
members nf th nnlm. TT,n i,i....
v. iu.u, ItlUlU
sky, however, was herself the center of
''" i ii, nun in mo ueginning
wvjujjit-i wiLULL was n mn vi inimit .....
reprcontiitivo in practical matters.
Alter having aroused nn lutercbt and
fOllndfd fl sn,.i.t,r rltn 1.
Colonel saiKd for India. Hnr bnnlf
'Isis Unveiled," which arracared lust
i-iuviima iu ii,-i- ueiiarmro, cratcd a
nine days' v tmder, but the oharaeter of
its contents and the great size of tho
work prevented It being read by the
general public In 18S4 the society
had ga-own to such proportions that tho
founders were invitwl to visit England,
vniero a b.-anok of tyro society had been
formed with. A. 1. Sinnett, the author
of "The Occult World." as rresidouU
Mr. Sinnott was editing an English
paper published in Allahabad", when
JL. H. R. H.
Tho Most High, Most Puissant and
Most Illustrious l'rince.Albort Edward,
Prlncoof Wales, Dukoof Saxonj'.Princo
of Saxc-Coburg and Ootha, Duke of
Cornwall and Itothsay, Earl of Chester,
Carrick and Dublin, Iiaron of lfcnfrew
and Lord of the Isles, Great Steward of
Scotland, K. (1., K. T., K. P., If. (J. 11.,
O. C. S. I., O. C. M. (., Knight of tlio
Elephunt of Denmark, Knight of the
Golden Elecce and of tho Whito Ele
phant of Siam, and Itallll Orand Cross
of the Order of St. John
Hon. Knight of tlio Order of St. John,
Germany. P. C, a I'ield Marshal in the
Army, Colouel-in-Chlof of tho three
regiments of I.l.'o nnd Itoyal Horso
uuiiiiis, i oionei rtn iicngal Cavalry,
lato Coloncl-in-riilof of tlie Hillo
Itrlgnde, Colonel of tlio 10th
HusMtrs, lato Captain - General
ami ioionoi ot the Hon. Artillery Com
pany of London; Hon, Colonel 2d Iln
gade, Eastern Division. Itnvnl Arfllln,.,.
lion. Colonel 3d liattalion, tho Duke of
wirnwains Light, infantry: Milit; r
AlUD-i e-unnin tn llm (Inoim ir n...:
tain Itoyal Naval Reserve, Hon. Colonel
' '"o uxior.i ana ot tho Uambridgo Un-
Service Corps Tulle Volunteers, of the
FOUNDER OF OLD MISSIONS.
Monument lircctcil to III memory
by Jlrs. Lulnml Ktniiroril.
Mrs. Lehtnd Stmifurd's tnonument to
Father .lauipero t'urra, tho founder of
California mission, Was unveiled June
3 on the military reservation In Mon
terey, in tlio presence of 5,000 peoplo
from many parts of the coast. The
monument was unveiled by Miss An
tolnettH and Mrs, Stephen I'ield, chil
dren of T. J. I'ield. of that city, and
Father Clementine Iteymann delivered
, TJ1K RKBllA MOMUMKHT.
tho oration, giving a history of Father
Sci-ras life. Judge W. H. Webb de
livered tlio civlo oration, sketching the
work of Kerra and its far-reaching In
fluence on tho history of California.
Tlio llgure on tlio monument stands
fifty feet above the high water mark,
in a commanding and conspicuous
place. Pedestal and figure are both of
granite, tho former being appropriate
ly inscribed. Father Scrra lauded near
tlio site of tho statue on Juno 3, 1770,
and founded the missions of San Diego,
San Carlos, Sun Antonio do Padua, San
uaunei. nan .ills in, mm Him Vmnn .
co de los Dolores, San JuanCopistrano,
Santa Clara. San lluemiventura before
1782. He died in 1781 at tho San Car
los mission, at Monterey. Ho camo
from Moxieo to carry on his mission
Macbcth's " pearl top " and
"pearl glass" lamp-chimneys
do not break from heat, not
one in a hundred; they break
They arc made of cleat
glass as well as tough, as
clear as crystal. They fit the
lamps they arc made for.
Shape controls the draft; they
arc shaped right. Draft con
tributes to proper combustion;
that makes light; they im
prove the light of a lamp.
But they cost a dealer three
times as much as common
chimneys, and, as they do not
break, he is apt to be anxious
lest they stop his trade. Di
minished sales and less profit
are not agreeable to him.
There are two sides to the
Have a talkwith him.
a so. A. Machrth a co.
CHEAP A HO n-fcOMC.
20 other styles E-A N-.i ,
frJi. ,y i',; i,i'.,. n.
- ... i". .....w , uiuiuttift, ui ine
Koyiil iii,ordeens,hire Highlanders, and
All Colors, nt 20 cents.
TSFaTrn run ?.'ucud
, 1 77 " .is.,., vtfernnie jxin.etae
vecutKl IkiuiTthuiuml .. Cine in. i.ts iimo n.ri
pl.lly rfUniptir, n.l ,., tt ,,vs lo.i.t l.,,.li,,l" 'Jf
luyiciiis rii; .ciu.vrci -,i , ,r L-prir Dnr,,. ...
TEN CJYS fS.uiSFKEE ',
.j v, I :.r, '.;'K"."" y
; lUt II. U. t.UrKS X ROVff. AlXAV1
vL Fl Ll U ffl) Eta SL. Uffl n3 PC
Or tho LInur lljtbii, loIUl,y Curcu
uj-uuuiuiuieriiiur r, llaliuV
,t l8ioannfaoture4aa a powder, which can berlTerj
glass of bear, a cup of ootleo or tea. or la food,
tbout the knowledge ot tho patient. It 11 absolute!?
irnjipwi, uuu win oiiuct a permanent and peedy
ro, whether the patieut la a moderate drinker or
ilooholio wrack It liaa been given in thouianda
cases, and in every Instance a pertoot oure haa lol
ed. It upvrr- Full a, The ayatem onoe impretfnafe
viia tun opooiuu.n oeoouea an utter itnpoBslbiuty
the liquor appetite to exUt.
9 pise book of particular frte. To be bad r
. H. HAGENBUCH, Druggist, Sbenandoah
BAVARIA'S MAD MONARCH
A Few or Ill More Ileernt Vnsorle
sail Iutatio Tricks.
Everv vnnr thn IttEnnn i7"l. Ti..
1 ' '"J, IKlVU"
rla has a new fancy, each one usually
more murderous than tho last.
This ve.ir tlm nnni. TTmnnrtl.'D Mn..ln
i' - .......... ii ji.tii.it,
has taken the form of a passion for
fihootinr nt. Ills nttanilnnl. TI t
. ii . i uiiua
imaginary guns nt tho gentlemen who
llvelntnen:l!nrnvir.h lif,n ,m.l fD
ly astonished because they do not fall
If thoy wish to humor him and to
maico htm quite happy thoy fall down
as if dead, but they talco euro to jump
up if he approaches them,. Thoy are
not certain what ho might do.
'iliis unhappy king
who cares as llttlo
for his sovereignty
as for tho cigar he
smokes, is not al
lowed to havo a real
of any description.
Ho would do olto
gether too much
(iHmncra with tliAm
kixq otto. Uut l10 ims a muskot
made of wood, which ho shoulders as
ho struts about the terracos of tlio gar
dens, and as soon as any one appears
lift fnlrftd at.Ti ..'111. l.to ..r.sli., ...,....
hihu. ...... ,,.,.. ,.q iiuwuuil d,MWU,
lj and saysbaufl Ho thinks ho has killed
i one of his enemies, and Is immensely
JUr.-atsky and Co'.onel Olcott
there in 187U to oiganlzo a so-
Ilroadw.-.y fr, y.
Tell th' LtaLle bo
nair f' 1:- v,.i
ere?11'-WOt h ll'U m:ltlor wit1' the'
Loniiuctor - -very passenger
started f catch the car to-dav
caught it. J
, Car Conductor
wu want u, butter
l. ..ii.iiiuiiutio, in
e Sutherland Ulllfc Volv;nfers.
Mnrslinl In fl.o r?!';,..
iiijiv. min. i.ni. nr. rim i'.,.,....i....
n t . , I -7 iiiiuiuiiiuii
n'ii... t, i....iiiBr
Ai.niiy iiuu.se. iiranii .Ainstn,. nf i.,
United Grand L
. - - - .vi-iiiiionii, ui
r.iigianu, llarrltcr-ut-I.nw. nn.l n
Henclier of tho Middlo Temple, and
i luomuiii, ui tiie ciocioty or Arts, I), c
Ti. Oxford, LL. D. Cambridge, LL. D
Trinity College, Dublin, etc., etc.
OOL Rlinnnrt nnrl ttto CIO linn o. 1i
-a J ..." --..uuuau ,.er-
uuiu, ri iiiuij came over In the Ktruria
A HANDSOME POLIS
m utAIHtR PRESE
NO RRIJKUmn Dcni
Uaed by men, women and children.
I3H. 1 Bg?
rtVER. f u
A TIORNEY'A T-LA If.
I0ft-Bediliri bnlldtnr corner UAtn ml Qentri
Theearenrof this monarch ispathole.
and it is all tho moro touching because
ho belongs to an ancient house to which
tho nation Is entirely loyal. Tho 11a
varlans love to be ruled over by the
houso of WIttelsbaoh, and one of their
greatest annual fetes is in eolobration
of their fidelity to their monarchs, mad
It is.sald that King Ludwlg, before
Ida own mental condition had become
ClOudeil. llkPfl tn nnmn nnm, . ...I
month tO Ills hrnthnr ntln'.
' " - . . . .. 'l.ll.u .. Ill,
from a room into which Otto Is never
allowed to go would garo at the poor
M i II I I
Look at ny old chip b&alet. Isn't It a beauty?
A 10c. BOTTLE
will do half a dozen baskets,
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
riK-1C(INbeaatlQes other things beeMeabaaVeta.
It mskesa whito eIim vase any color you de
sire to match. It changes a pine table t
walnut, a oane rocker to mahogany.
It stains, paluUt lucguers, Japixns.
Dr. Grosvenor's h
Qtw4$ quirk ratty
j run I'UiN.
llionld be displayed in buying medW
tine above all things. In selecting
remedy for any disease, you should b
positive that it contains nothing inju
rious to the health. Many remedies
on the market leave the patient In ft
much worse condition, than before
s. s. s.
Is purely vegetable, and perfectly
.hannlcKs; the most delicate child caa
take It with absolute safety. It contain
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yot It never fails to cure the dis
eases it Is rcoommonded for. J
Book on Blood and Skin diseases freei.i'
Swift Speciflo Co., Atlanta, 0 5
THIS SEASON FOR
jixixa AT IIAX1,
Committeemen should benr In
mind that the Herald olllce
la prepared to do all kinds of
at the most reasonable rates,
QIvo us a call and obtain our
prices. All work dene when
promlaed.nud in a eatlsfactory
The Old Court House!
July 31, 1891, at 10 O'clock A. 1,1.
All llm UPM-nrtnl nrnnm-l lnlnnnl,.n 4 11..
County ot Schuylkill, In theold Court House
rnn.titf Ini nr nnilinnna .,,,. .1
steam tipullno nmwntui in sennrate riarts!
tho clock nnrl lu ll In ntH ,'.,.. ,r;.. J
tower, if n slli tu res, nieho.ders, tatihs, chftlrs,
etc., will be koKl on the premles lnthehor
ouEh of Pottsv lie, andnko at the same time
ana plane the nld fourt House, excertlne and
TCA, ri'M I. (I, a lminon.1 nl.n ,... ,!. . J
or Hat M. nes, one on each entrance to tho old
hauel a. mtTumr,
JAMIW J. HOWES, '
EllAB ii. It ED,
. .. . . ,. Commissioner.
AttSt-JOUN H, BN YDEK- 7-U-td
HENRY W. GRADY.
l'ronooed Droiiiitiient To Ila Iv'roeted
nt Atluutn, Gn.
Tho following is nn illustration of
the monument to Hm, W n...,,i..
whicli is to be erected at Iiroad ami
aiarnetta strectb. In the city of Atlanta.
Tho statue, which is the work of Alex
ander Doyle, is nine and one-half feot
high, with underpinning pedestal of
Chlrbwtcr'a i:ntt!h Manumit Ileaarl.
i t 1 1 , .. 7 v v
' ', oriiil4fl.
3in! i, iti.nnu 1. ,,
iA?L"nsceitH rPr w T" Ioiib1iih Shorn.
'i ,' , wne in jour iuc link jour
1nt.-1t13-. um1 vet tlioni r joii.
nexnv w. qhadv
ten font! In m-niiUn 41... 1 ...1.1
, ... .v., muiiucaui Wllicil
harmoni7.n with thn ciit.,.m,.,.it.w. XM..i.t
tectllrn. III! Slinnnrtnl lur n 4,nHn.w. n
.tuna umijiiu me woric in its en
tirety will cost S35.O0O, and the money
. " ui u kliu LJUIUO,
Gov. Hill will deliver tho oration at
thn ,l,ltnnU A Y. .
TWO DRIQHT WOMEN.
Tlioy Gain nosreeH, Prize and Ilouorsj
!u Cho DnlverMltles of lCnIuna
cently placed thii-d on the list of M.A.'s
ui jonuon univer
sity, and who. with
Miss Selby nnd
Miss Johns, dis
tanced all malo
competitors, is tho
daughter of T,
Sherratt. of Alsn.
ger, Stoke -on-Tre
n t. A f t o r
MISS JIAniOS- SIIEn- Mlss Bhnrrntt wnnt.
nATT. M. A. in cilin-l nf Unntl,.
port for three years. She spent four
years at Hertford College, taking
.......... . . , .". UUVI1U1U u. D.UIIUli, 1, 1
tlio Unlrerslty College, Liverpool. In
ioou Mie i.uui inu ijuiuion u. a. degree,
llpinn1 fl,n litrrlinct wnmnn ,tTi,lt,l,.,
gaining medals and honors. Sho is
really u graduato of Cambridgo.though
not In name, as well as au M. A. of
illss Mary Iatherino Montgomery,
one of tho young ladies who received
tho T.nnilnn It. A lu.f ,i.,.l, l ,'n
...wv . . L . 11 , , .1
nuutriiter 01 kuv.
John K. Montgom
ery, unitarian min
ister at Chaster.
Sho was born in
1808 and passed
tho London matric
tion in 18S7, after
tho Liverpool High
School. Sho en
tered collogo us one
of tho first btu
dents.aud whan she
nassed thn 11. A. nvnmlnntln,i t., mnn
--. ...... ... , t 1 1 1 1 1; r u ,
bhe gained first honors and the univer
sity prize. All of her knowledge of
French, In which sho is so proficient,
has been acquired in Kngland.
Gov. Itussell, of Massachusetts being
on nceomplMicd equestrian, will go
mounted, and not In a carriage, to
Harvard on commencement day. IU
stuff do likewise.
KIIV, 11. A.
Wa L, DOUGLAS
IIJE BEST SHOE l.'l THE WORtD FOR THE MOKElf?
h5"' n1 m ""'' "loichoJi nVlh s
ETi'i'i ''"'n""U''ther mnntinclmer, It equals haui.
"g? "h"owtlnir from (tl.w) to j utf. 1
S5S. 0 1 i.?.5" 1 " 1 n'J-e nl, tlienuo.tcnlf
JS,. .? 11 'T oir"'' ll '"r ,,"i equnl. French
X-V...!'il'u' y"ir'rtbli; onil durable. '1 he be-,1
7T " : v i"lt-,: ; Miinie Kraau as cus.
tawjnsdit shoM, nxtliiK froii! u.iio to :ua
30 INiIloe Sie F.rmcrfc Kallmad 5Ic
aLv..c; ''rrleriinwt6Bm, uuecair,
ElSfi ,'nooth l"'-b'y three sole, xtcn.'
nedae. Oue iIr will w... vemr.
ISO niie cutfi 110 boUm-Miye'er offend t
: - .1'inyi uaa iniii wi
wuo want a btim.- ror commrtnd aervfc
KO a.J nml S..0() Wo rid ni 111
'jtOat are. err utroiiu mid durable.
bMi! given , thein a trial will m nr 110 oilier liSkeV
Hnwcl WJ.OO mid 81.7,1 mhool shoe. nn
on Iholr merits, as the luereu,In(t sales klioiv.
LSfJIf"? Il"inl-ieril slioo. best
Imported sho. cosUmk from i l.i to M.i,I.
I.nillfn ''J.-lll. S'J.OO nud S1.J.1 shoo for
Sllssea are the liest flno hoiigola. st llsh and durable.
, it,itiiit-ix-D ,uub 1.. uouKias' name and
prlco aro .lumped on tho iK.ttom of eaeli shoo.
W. L. UUUUI.AS. llroi'lrfftn V.u
Tin in it Kllab.e SQ'l aueepMful
l laiui fur .id.mutt efboia
Special DIcascs.BIoo J Poison
CEKS. H.Mchfi. Plmplei, Bore
UcttUi, Thruat, IrrltatlBDi, BeaU
lui I a il -n ai t i jm, Ktdntra
niadJer, Uu Tiniitj, Wek tck4
WMknen lUbimr.InirnlrHM. niory snlDecay. btriotntiL
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Un-1, Fraoo and Auallla, ( "etilflelei and (tlulouaa Drors.
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$Xu 000 wiM bfai,lt0n lvertlioidot(.rt wbe
tiperienca and who oao abi tuanj patlanti i-onnaoeDtly
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ipcrieuop, ttier do nut tio-' an 1 tlirlr scheme of rafiindlnr;
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ItRtuudH Rt tlie lead o Ul0 Ut of commr.
for e bk hjih aium lor sujpyinK the buslDei"!
men of tlio t-ouutry wllh tralt.frt and rapRbla
fUfilkf until nn a liico. ..I ) 1 ..
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young men and women on the high rcrt to
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Catalogue will he mailed to any sddrtiw.
t,aiHii.gii win ie mailed toany
WILLIAMS & ROGERS,'
MPORTANT NOTICE !
AU persons are hereby warned
NOT TO FISH IN THE DAJIS !
nolonglng to the
Shenandoah Water Company,
and all parties caught violating this notloo
Prosecuted aB Trespassers.
By order of