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Iveatner f nmeimnii.
0' WAsmsciTON, July zs. For xevr Hngianii
ana Eastern now Yorit: uenoraiiy rain stn
tlonnry temperature, except slightly warntci
tn Eastern Now York; southwest winds.
' For Now Jersey) laln slhjhtly wnnnei
For Western New Yorki Oenerally fain
nllghtly warmers winds becoming southwest.
Nl:V VOIIIC MAKICHTH.
New Tohk. July 87 Money on call loanol
easy nt a per cent.
4Us, 1801 iuff 1
Wis. If" i oup 100
I " 1007 lleg... 100;
ft 0, 1UU7 Loup. ,117
Canadian rselflc eMBf
cntrai ruoiuo , uura
hlcagn, nur. (jmncy saw
oiaware sc iiunson ,.l7
el., tack. & Western 1H3M
Hrle . 18U
Erie nref 48
Uhko Shore ,.!08(
scorns, ix jnnti lu
Michigan Central 87
USSOUIl I'arltlO. . , DM
ow Jersey central lOBfS
orthwomern 10 1)4
,niron Navigation 70
acitlo Mall 04
took Island 71 W
t. J'aUl IHM
n on rnclnc 41
,Cor 04 0114
flutter Dull and heavy, Stal I ill Is. oitra.
IBc.ntHi.Jo ; wtern extras, 17io. ulSo,
Cheese -ialrly acme. Ohio lists. uUn.
Etirs Dull ut steady, lrosh. state. 17o.
17Mio : w. lei-n. frogti, 17a
Present" in the most clcaant form
-p i nu uy.M live Ku mu inii iwuo uuiwe.
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John R. Coyle,
Real Estate Agent,
OKF1CK HeddalIi's Uuildinq,
CergWaln and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
;2 A two and oiio-hnlf story double frame
uweiuug uuupo, wi;u siore-room ana res
taurant. Located ou Kast Centre street.
VS A VBltlnhln tirntiertv Inrnleri nn Knnth Tow.
S-Beven dwelllnR houses at the corner of Oil.
JSBbert and Lloyd streets. Uood Investment,
ma, ur. umsvennrs
DEltKl - ll.
Tlhottmut lam. n-nrufcrln n1irirla anil InmfuiMi
mcunmute. u wuin iur bate vy nn uniKeieii,
GOLD HEDAL, PARIS, 1873.
W. Baker & Cos
from which tho excess of
oil lias keen removed, la
anil it is Soluble,
tiro used lu its preparation. It lma
more than tlirpn lime fhn ulrtnnlh. nf
I Cocoa nilsetl with Starch , Arrowroot
or Sugar, nnd is therefore far more
economical, coating less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourlaliing,
strengthening, KAsttv digested,
nnd admirably adapted for invalids
as well a3 for persons In health.
Sold by Crooora ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
socaTcn rnnr maivnij-ouMdwi-b
I(1LMI(U III U Ui"-"tirit Hi
liftcurea ninny tt. v
rlt by tho . m
tni Mt in rriui ntn el v sini'U-tr.l
ni.llv dluiiDcir. ami in ten "In1 ka.l tvo-thlnK of u
twraittoros wa rrn vH. Snii t- i PREG C30QK tf tcitt
Mnd ten rcuw m ri in.w ' ior I ttyijain
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Tlio St. Maudo Collision ii Mis
ci cant's Deed.
DETAILS OP THE SLAUGHTER.
Many of tlio Unfortunate People Drowned
by tlio Firemen.
Scores nf Persons lMitloned Ttotfn nnd
llnlpless Tlitt Town Unit 1'resetlt n
reurful Spi'otaclo llliichnned llodles
of the Itend l,lo In Itows Upon tlin
Floor Prominent People Victims,
I Pahw, July 28. Fully fifty per
sons are dead nnd ouo liuutlreil uN
known to havo boon wound od
In the ratlronil aoctdent at St. Mantle.
After the fearful cranh the train caught
Are, anil those unfortunates who wore
hopelessly wedged anil pinned iu the
debris were slowly rousted. Jinny of the
poor creatures wero so placed that for
many agonising mlnutos they were forced
to look upon death remorfolessly burning
Its way to them.
All that humanity could do to oxtrl
cato them from a siuintlou uot to be de
scribed by language was done, but In
most instances to do avail. The awe
strlckou multitude were compelled to
stnnd helplessly by and listen to the
nwful din made by the crnokling flames,
the falling ironwork of the burning c trs,
and the shrieks, moauu and prayers of
It now appears that in addition to the
other hotroru of the collision, the death
by drowning of many of the Imprisoned
pnsbengers is to he nildod. Forty min
utes elapsed befsro the ,pompters wore
nble to obtain wator. Whon, however,
they did so, they poured torrents upon
the wreck, and seemed to be utterly un
aware that they wore drowning the halt
roasted people whom they wore trying
A Miscreant ltcsd.
An investigation which has been made
into the St. Mamlo dlsueter discloses the
startling fact that tho accident was
caused by some unknown miscreant,
who deliberately altered the signals so as
to bring the two train'' into collision.
This announcement has causod the
most Intense indlnation among tho rela
tives and friends of the victims and lias
-aroused popular feeling generally to a
-etato of great oxcitement.
Tho town hall of St. llnnde prosents a
fearful spectacle. The blaokeued bodlos
of tho dead He in rows upon the floor and
upon the tables. In somn cases tho re
mains n ro little more than heaps of cln
The Marquis and Marchioness of Mont-
ferrat were anion" the victims.
Ills Stateillont Forwarded to the Secre
tary of the Treuiury,
rniLAPELPjiiA, July 28. An evening
paper prims the following article: "For
two weeks, at least, It lias been under
stood that William P. Drew, tho lata
bank exnminer, was nbout to prepare a
statement concerning his supervision of
the affairs of tho Keystone National Hank,
which would enable him to clear himself
of all suspicion and fully establish the
fact that ho had not been romlss iu the
discharge of his duties.
"This statement, it is said, has been
prepared and forwarded to the Secrotnrji
of the Treasury, and it is understood
that it shows that Drew kopt tho Comp
troller of the Curroncy fully advised of
tho condition of the bank, calling hU at
tention to Its weakness long before tho
run in December."
Tlio Ills Peach Crop Fades Awny.
rniLADELrntA, July 28. Despatches
from the Delaware peninsula state thoj.
tho anticipated groat peach crop lias
faded to very moderate proportions by
reason of tho ravages of tho mysterious
"yellows," and tho unusually largo Juno
crop has dwindled dowu from tho esti
mate of 0,000,000 baskets made in May
to less than 1,000,000 baskets in July, and
there is every indication that it will be
less than this before August.
Frandulflnt Hank Stook.
Tjiwistos, Mo., July 23. The 10 per
cent, assessment upon tho shareholders
of the Shoe and Leather National Bank,
of Auburn, has defoloped the fact that
tho Bethel Savings Buuk holds 20 shares
of stock fraudulently Issued by Percivul,
the defaulting cashier. These the bank
will redeem at a cost of $2,000. When
the Irregularities were first discovered
Percivai denied that there had beon any
over-issue of stock.
Returned Work AVI th Non-Union sion.
Allektown, Po., July 28. Tthe Cata
sauqua Rolling Mill, which has been
shut down since July 1, owing to the re
fusal of the managers to sign the Amal
gamated scale, started up to-day with
non-union bauds, shutting out tho 000
former employes. Tho flres wore started
last night and the town authorities have
guaranteed the now hands ample police
Did Merchaut Hulley Ittln Away 7
New Haven, Conu., July 28. Albert
H. Bailej, a well-to-do merchant of No.
4 Grove fircet, left this city nine duys
ago ou a business trip to Now York, to
last two days. Ills family or friends
lmvo not since heard of htm. He sold
out his stock before he left, and It Is
rumored that he did not llvo happily ut
Wanted tu Flclit With the Kalisr.
Bbiuj-v, July 28. A man named Guert
ler recently arrived In this city from
New York with the avowed intention ol
challenging the Emperor to light a duel.
Quertler's rolativos, who are people la
a very influential position, caused
him to be closely watched byj detectives.
They have Anally had him placed in an
Fnllnro of u Lumbar Itnaler.
BuWAto, N. Y., July 28. Oalvln P.
Hazard, one of the largest lumber deal
ers in this oity, has made a general as
signment. Liabilities estimated at from
$176,000 to S1B0.000.
Plush Weavers' Strike Declared Off.
PiimiiiEi.i'iiiA, July 28. Tho plusli
weavers' strike ntPobson'a Mills, Falls
of Schuylkill, has boon declared oil. Tke
strike began 10 weeks ago.
Mr. Spiirjreun May Iteeover
Lokdon, July 28, It is announced this
morning that Rev. Ouarles 1L Spurgeon
It making progress towards reoovery.
tlighcst of all in Leavening Power,
A Mlnsfni; Helrm Pound.
TArsTo.N, Mass., July 88. Mrs. Martha
Mortimer, of Baltimore, wllo lias been
advertised for In the Southern papers as
nleeo and heiress of Qen. Frauds II.
Spinola, has arrived here from Maine
nnd has Just learned of her good fortune.
After her husband died she caiuo East
and after working in various capacities
took care of uu Invalid lady'iu Hollowoll,
A Conductor sums nntl ICllInd,
StoihgtusLD, O., July 588. Andy Fer
rull, a well known saloon keeper and
sport, Ahot and instantly killed Chris
Harris, a Big Four Railroad conductor,
at noon. There had been bnd feeling be
tween the two men for eome time. It is
said that Harris has besn unduly inti
mate with Mrs, Ferrell.
Democrat lo Stale Convention,
Boston, July 23. The Democratic
State convention will bo held on Tues
day, Sept. 21), at Worcester, when Qen.
Patrick A. Collins, of Boston, will pro
side. Qen. Corcoran, tho chairman of
tho State committo?, will appoint a pre
liminary committee of seven to prepare
Umtvy Otaln Movement,
Buffalo, In. Y., July 23. The 1 argest
grain Ueet of the season arrived hero yes
terday and is being unloaded. Tho re-
ceipts were 1,500,006 bushels of wheat
and 400,000 bushels of corn, It will go
forward by rail for export owing to the
lireak iu the canal.
Sim Dlew Out tlin Oas.
Asbdrt Pake, N. J., July 28. Katie
Somors, 11 humo employed by Win. Rels
of How York, blew out tlio gas when re
tiring and was found early In the morn'
ins iu an unconscious condltiou, Phrsl
cians worked over her for Ave hours.
She may recover.
Unnffor's Wild Dear.
Bakook, Mo., July 28. A wild dcor
mada Its appearance la the streets of
Bangor About noon. It passed through
the principal thoroughfares and being
pursued jumped into the Jveuduskeag,
when meu 111 a uoat captured It.
Kllitred While Sitting; In Kir Cnttairo
Atlastio City, N. J., July 23. While
sitting Iu her cottairo at Chelsea. Mrs,
Henry Mosoback, wife of the prominent
Philadelphia rrstaurantoi', suddenly ex
pired. Heart uiseabo was the cauxe ul
Appointed by Oor. TattUon.
HAniuscu?, Ph., July 28. Cant. Win.
W. Ball- o Clarion hits beeu unpointed
by the Governor president J 11 ,ge of
Ula Ion County to succeed tho lat-o
Iheophilus Yt iUon.
Killed by tli.i Iliirnlnmf n Whirl.
Stso Siko, N. Y July 28. Frank
WolIY, nued ZJ, was killed by tho burst
ltiff cl afl'unttry wheel in tho grinding
nap i tue uouuor iron norks.
HOW iS YOUn CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the groat
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regu'atos the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assist
nature in development.
Thoro is no tonic for child
ren equal to Q, S
Send for our trcatiso on Blood osi
Swift Sl'iccvio Co., Atlanta, Qa,
Hick rttaaaclio nm3 rollovoall tho troubles Inci
dent to a bilious state of tho system, such aa
Dizziness, Kausca, Drowsiness, Distress after
eating, l'aln In the Side, io. WLUa their most
remarkable success has been shown la curing ,
iTcaaaehe, yet Carter's Uttlo Uyer Pilla ora
equally valuable In Constipation, curing and pro
venting thlaannoylnscomplalnLwhile they also
fiver and regulate tho bowels. Even If they oaly
f Aclie they would bo almost priceless to those who)
Suffer from thin distinlugcomi.ulot; Lutfortu
7jatelythelrgoodD&asdiMsnuteDdhere,andthosa who once try them will find those Ultle puis valu.
able lo 10 many ways that they will not ho wil
iltng to do without them. But after aUelck hoaj
(lathe bane of somanyllvos that horolswhera
Iwemikeourgreatboast. Otu pills cure It whlla
1 others do not.
I Carter's little Liver Pills aro very small ana
very easy to take. One or two pills make a doso.
They are strictly vegetable ana do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentle action please all who
tue them. InvlalaatSScentai live fort I. Sola
by druggists every where, or sent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York!
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
U. v Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
Terrlbln Flclit ltntwcmi Dvtmkelt Men oh
CliMMmLAND, Md., July 28. An excur
sion train from Johnstown, Pa., brought
about 1,200 people to this olty on a
pleasure trip. They left at 0:30 p. m. on
the return trip.
When near Rookwood, Pa., a fight
took place lietween some drunken men
ontlieplatfo.nl of one of tlio cars, to
quell which James Kelly, a policeman
from Johustown, drew a revolver.
This Hutlou angered the crowd awl
they made a rush lor him nnd forced
liim between the cars while the train
was running at the rate of 40 miles an
Tho conductor signalled the train to
stop, the coupling broko, nnd Kelly
dropped under tha wheels nnd was
crushed to death. Lucius Myers, of
Latrobo, was chrown from tho platform
under the wheels and killed. Jlllton
Pyle, of Somerset, was thrown against
some rocks In a ditch, and had his skull
fractured and leg broken, from the ef
fects of which he died soon niter at Som
HE TALKED IN HIS SLEEP.
DaTld Ketrtou Clutrced With Murdorinc:
I William III. nr.
Newcastle, Pa., July 28. David New
ton, aged 25, of Shenungo Township, was
arrested durlug the morniug, charged
with murdering William Riser of She
linn go Township, a farmer, ou April 8,
1889, nenr Wampum.
Newton, Riser and James Poohcr wore
all drinking In Wampum on April 2.
The next morning tho mangled body of
Riser was found on the railroad track
It was supposed he hud fallen on the
ti'frok and bad been killed while iu a
Itischuiged that Newton talked in
his sleep lately and had siild that he mur
dered nnd robbed Riser. Newton olalms
the chargo Is falso and the result of splto
RESCUED IN TIME.
Tha New Iluven Mi-n Cluilfrto tlio Wrecked
New Haves, Conn., July 28. City At
torney Hugh Datloy, Rufus Sbopard-nnd
CL.ronce Beobe, who it was sup
posed wero surely drowned on tho cat
amaran Typhou wlieu she wont to pieces
oil Brunfor.l Beacon, were rescued ctt tho
Cow and Calf Reef nuar Hrundur Point.
They had huug an the remnant of the
boat for eljtht hum-.
The sts.imei-Maraarct whloh picked up
Captain Austin nnd the littlo nleco of
Judgo Dalley from the sAK was seen by
Judge DalUy and his companions, but
sho did not come within Imilin tl'stuace.
The sufLtriug and anxiety of tho thrso
men as they clung to tho wreokago all
night, battling with tho waves, was
Tho secret of my h&pplnofis Is. I am u&bia
And hnvo WATIlltPHOOF 1IQOT8 Ilenu
tifullT Polished w llhout Labor.
ASK IN ALL STOKES FOR PIK-ROK
ivltlgthin old a ncw furniture
Wul Stain Glass ano Chinawarc
Will Stain tinware
Will stain your old Baskets
Will stain baby's Coach
WOLFF U RANDOLPH, raUadelphla.
A11E aOINO TO
illsHotirl, KntiNnH, ArlcniiHnM,
Texas, Nebraska, I.oiiiHlaiia.
Colonulo, Utlill, Cuiilorillli,
Mew Mexico or Arizona,
and will send me a postal oird
or letter stating
Where you ure going,
AYheu you are going,
Wliere you will stait from,-
How niauy tliere are In your party,
What freight und baggage ou have,
I will write you or oall at your homo und
furnish you w'lh tbelullest Information
reguidlcg route, lowest rates of all
cluises, bekldts maps, desorlptlve and 11.
lufclia ed land pamphlets, retort books,
Hot Minings guides, tie.
Cheap Farming Lands In Mlswmrl, Arkan-
nan, ivaosas ami i extw.
J. P. McCAMH, Eastern Trav. Apt.,
W. E, HOYT.
G.E. P. Agt., 801 H road way, New York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
Happy and content Is a home with " The Ro
thester ;" a lamp with the light of the morn! og.
Fercatalozut, writtRrchtittrlamf Co, itiw 1 orb
I AM UW
FOUR 1ERE KILLED
A CoTi-inse-Load of rcoylo
Struck Uy u Train.
NO SIGNAL AT THE CROSSING.
The Terrible Accident Created Interne
Excitement t Elmira.
Dev. Mr. White, a MMnlonnry In Chins,
and Ills Family tlio Victims-One '(Jlrl's
Aim Torn Out or tlio Uncknt-Ot the
Party "t Sevtli Only One Is Likely to
Stltvlvo An Inquest t be Held.
Elmira, N. Y., July 88. An accident
occurred about 0 o'clock last night at nn
Krlo Railroad crossing near K! dredge
Park, in which four poraons were killed
nnd two no seriously injured that the
doctor say they nre likely to dlo at any
The- accident ooeurrd while - tha Rev.
Wellington While was out driving with
his wife jind three children, Hattlo
Hastings, a daughter of a neighbor, and
Suslo McCarty, a nurse girl.
Approaching the crossing of the rail
road a freight train wliloli had been cut
in two to allow vehicles to drive In tho
nark occupied tho -near track. Mr,
White, believing that everything was
clear und uot being warned by tho slg
nalm n, drove between the halve of tho
freight train upon the other track just
In time to be struck by Lrle passenger
train No. L'l from the West.
Mr. White, his daughter Lillian, aged
0; Hattlo Hastings, aiged 9, and Siwie
McCarty, aged w, wero Instantly killed.
Mrs. White and n child two years old
eaoh received fractures of the skull and
have beou unconscious since tho accident.
Mabel White, aged 7 years, escapod
with serious Injuries, but will recover.
Hattle Hastings and Lllllo White wero
caught on the pilot of the cnglno and
carried until tho train was stopped. Tho
White girl was terribly mangled, ono
arm being torn out of the socket. The
terrible accident created mostlntenso ex
cltomont. nud the Erie depot wns black
with crowds. Tho coroner will hold an
The Rev. Wellington White was n
clergyman well-known throughout the
State. He graduated at Amherst Collego
and tho New York Theological Seminary
with high honors, and had spent ten
years iu missionary work In China. Ho
was at homo on leavo of absence, Mrs.
White w. s a lady whom he met and mnr
rled during his collego term iu New
BOOTH'S HEALTH BROKEN.
Zt Is Humored that 1I la Dying from Dx
Buzzakd's Bay, Mass., July 23. Thero
is a well authenticated rumor floating
about this town that Edwin Booth is dy
ing from tha effects of too much
smoking. Ha is such a slnvo to tho
weed that ho cannot stop smoking even
though ho kuows It Is killing him. Its
effect upon his health Is just as fatal,
tuougn not or tue same ennraoter, as
that which shut out tho llfo of General
Joe Jefferson and ex-Presldont and
Mrs. Cleveland huvo been striving to re
form Mr. Booth In this respeot, nnd for n
while they partly succooded, but tho
habit had too strong a hold upon him
nnd his Indulgences became more unre
trslued than ever. It is because of this
rolapso and becauso iio knows that ho
can get no better In health that he left
hero suddenly. Ho has gono to Narr.i
Dlipod llj Prof. Campbull. -
For.T Wayne, Ind., July 27. Prof.
Campbell, the air Bhipman proposed to
give nn exhibition here yesterday nnd n
crowd of 3,000 people gathered, who paid
So cents ouch to wltnovttho performance.
When tho mouey had beon tukon lu tho
Professor disappeared and the 8,000
dupes sneaked homo. It Is said ho has
played the same gamo before. Tho
performance had beon prohibited by tho
Mayor but the Professor took in tho
fiiupftiidud from the Commons
London, July 28. H. J. Atkinson,
Conservative M. P. for Bolton, bits been
suspended from the Hnuso of Commons
ror a week for charging the Speaker with
abuse of authority lu hnvlng placed on
the records tho statemuut that he, Mr.
Atkinson, had challenged the declared
result ot divisions frivolously. Atkinson
is a noted leader of the Nonconformists,
und a wealthy shipper.
Work of u Tornndu.
Wicuita Falls, Tex., July 28. A
small sized tornado passed along the
southeast side of town last evening, A
house occupied by J. T, Lee was torn to
luces. Leo, his wife and brother-in-law,
, W. Hodgers, and two children woro
seriously Injured. Several other houses
were moved from their foundations, but
no one else was hurt.
Cardinal Gibbons Going to ISar Itarbor.
Daxtimoiie, Md., July 28. This evening
Cardinal Gibbons will arrivo home from
Cape May. His stay will be a short oue,
ns he has accepted nn Invitation to go to
liar Harbor. Shortly after his return
from Bur Harbor ho will go to Milwau
kee, and during hi vWt Arohblshop
Xutzner will bo iuvested with tho pallium.
Two .Mluers Ciuslmd to Death.
Jounbtown, Pa,, July 28. Two minors,
nnnied Johu Church and William Meters,
Wero killed at Berwood minea, near Sum
bier Hill by a fall of coal. Both leave
families. Their bodies were orushed into
a shapeless muss.
Mr. mains tu Try llowlne.
Bau HAitBoit, Me., July 38. Bmmons
Blaine has made arrangements to have a
rowboat for the use o( his father, tho
Secretary of State having been ordered
by his physlolans to get more exerciso.
Daniuged Sltt.OOO by 11 ro.
BBroamvATEn, Mass., July 28. Tha
Plymouth County Agricultural Society's
large exhibition hall was damaged $13,
000 by Ure lust night. Insured for $7,000.
Tnlla DUckburu and Kingston toltace.
Ktiw YoiiK, July 28. Kingston and
TuUa Blackburn will meet in a match,
fnllo and a furlong, at Brighton BUk
Have yott a Pittsburgh,
Rochester, Duplex, or a Stu
Do they work satisfactorily?
Do your Lamp Chimneys
break? You get the wrong sort!
The right ones are the
"Pearl Glass," made by
Geo. A. Macbeth & Co., Pitts
burgh, makers of the cele
brated " Pearl-lop " lamp chim
ney, winch nave given univer
c::5ap alt ::z.
'JO other stylos 6-A Kel, f in mi' ail
IVs. Aviiks Hox-i, I'iiii huli b :,.
r-OJu Ly .ill .l,-.dt-i
PtAlrhoter'a U4lth IHua-IsM Mr. nil.
l'lt fir r .An'
i in l I.
( nkil w in II
other, i. ! s
twruent tlRff't'i ' is
r, by rotarn
-tn IMJ fin I if ! r t
T Mali. K.OUC . ir mini' .V im- 'irnf.
ChlrhetrrCaai4uMl tc., dlton H,iuttrv
Mlkl l'rJt ;i.U. j .. Jl ,.,
Anlc my nROiiti Tor XV, I.. IDnuslnn Slinri.
If not I (it sit It? Iti join pin ctt nnk your
tlt'itlc-r lo ftcnti fpr cntnlogttt' ncurc tho
iiirciicy, ami get tlioin Tor jou.
tW TA K NO HUUftTITUTE. 3
WHY IS THE
W. L, DOUGLAS
II BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It la aneainlussBlioi', u th no tacks or wax throiul
to luut tho fi-i-t; matli) of the hum lino cult, stilish
grade llian any utht r manufavtutet; It t'tiualA hautl
ftowod Hlioef costing frxmi m.ui t STiJjO.
00 (.'iiulin llauil-HpHril, thf flnost calC
i7, J! i i clT "r cHuum rrenc I
ImporttNl lnr w hlch wl from $n tm to miu.
St V lull, romffirtnlili. ntirt iiiimida ti, .....
stioo ovpp ofTiTea nt this prleo ; name urado as cu
tom-mnde sluwi costlu from tw to $.(XX
CEO 30 Poller HImiim Farmera, Hoilroml Mtm
PWi anaU'tterCurrk-rsAUweartliem; tlnoculf.
BcnmloM, smooth lBlti. hoav thrtw Holes, exteu.
slon c.liio. Ono pair will wetir a year.
v ho wi
ut iiiiit ciiiii uu i.'iiurmio4i over orrorrd nc
I till llHcnt iiiiit frlnt will annvlnaa tlmin
whn wantu shoe for comfort nnd service.
-.i iniu 9'JsiJU workiiiciiinii'H allocs
nrn vnrv slrnmr nn.l ilm.i.iriii 'rimA ... .
ICSiTlVC;' V'i.OO itiul SI. ?.1 Hehool Bhoea nrn
" Kivtu iiit'in n inm win wear no other make.
on thcTr merltH, os the incrcustng aWa ohnw.
fttct4 vi ICO DoiiKola, veryfttyllshjL'nualai-'reucU
unportpil shuefl eostliiKfrorn 9l.(ttoil,l.
l.uiUi'rt NJ.(IO mid SI. 7.1 shoo for
Misses are the hefctllnuUongola. .stylish and durable.
Caution. 8e that W. Is. UuiigluV name ami
price are stamped on tho Imttiim of ouch shoo.
V. L. DOUaUVS, JJrocktou, Mass.
Tine season rost
iinixa j.t iTAxn,
Committeemen oliould bear In
miiid tliat tlio Hkkai.d ofllco
Is prepared to do nil kinds of
at tho moat reasonable rates.
Give us n call and obtain our
prices. All work done when
promised and iu n satisfactory
Tlit. n st lelU'le an iommi rnl
p. dnHii for mdJiiHi erboUi
T I "rtlH.bletofis'i, Ptnples.Bor
Mtm il., Thtc.t, IrrlutlMi, 8ol4
iiKi , IiitlaiiiuatiJD, KltlDcr
Blkvldir, toat rtiklUf , Wtk tkek,
PriL- iU. I'ilM. UeltDttholy.
VtiknMa Debility, Impalf t .1 Memory n& PCiT, 6trttor
til dlMiiMreiu'uui fr w j -1 j.iui un n or ftotu rtrnrork
OldiVounaMWaidrtlo Aged du't km
tiriuetrulu, ooipi 1 1 in' in j ua. t Artkitts iMii
IswIImI Li4jrj.oiJ"Oiin jt, .U'.ui-to, udltloMillti(t:J.
oo tuiur wbo Itsl!rt it ,J.-r iu i r, treat- cum utel lu A
to 10 daji. fjuroptan HoiUsil n ii rtcneu to Ui-rBiarty. Bn
US', FrMioe aoA A uti U, km wrllh nw anil diploma- pruTO,
aad Tea t ran i-alc t-.rli.iKv )n yoi caaaur4 yarlr
0f fltf wt'l t" 1 to in a hertlatnatlooior.
Q kUiJJJ cinpr.we a-t g.iatakiU, kDOrlrtti aud
air rtettM and who em ibw a maty pailonU perniar.tiitl
osroit m I oaa ad.-r nuafka im .ltenlKloj datlan bv
rnlod tbvu. Hand t.i.alai'if. for hock "TRUTH" aBdfworr
tatlni(ntaleiiaiMi, qaii aul advt-TtU.nn dooutr wuU
thair falaa ,ud fraudulent gnriiitfrsi iti.Ii t -iilroooUla, thtr
aiptrluMi1, ibur do uot poaf4 mi. 1 .ii-Ir .L)bniu of rofuadiuf
aaooay orrrlcisJly (alkaa-tt ihtli cheap tbd wortblaao Irum
ultbar cf wbLohi,u.tj. uu, tiui ,ra uaid aa decoja and reaull
ta rglB of lb-)uan-u f Lontldinir ilotlm Omrtoi Hoi a-l-arr
tU frum A H IdjI' M ,?( uing 9 to. rdueda
sVftd Aaturdav KtoiiIhi. iriima-io ftuudaya from to 12, yt
lirirak4.a a.id -ci Maiuiiajr Phiia. Ttai-
IMPORTANT NOTICE 1
All persons are hersby warned
NOT TO FISU IN Till! DAMS !
Belonging to the
Shenandoah Water Company,
and all parties caught violating this notloe
Prosecuted ns Trespassers.
By order of