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VOL. VI.--NO. 170.
SHENANDOAH, PA.. THURSDAY. AUGUST 20. 11801.
THE STJBE BO AD TO OPULENCE LIES .KNEE-DEEP THBOTTftH PRINTERS W
GEN. DAVID MoMURTlUE GHKGG
CAI'T. JOHN W. MOIUUSON.
J)eteyatcaat-T,urit to the Conalitnttonal
A. S. L. SHIELDS,
AVJt. I. SCHAFFUU,
j,out9 w. HAr.r,,
II. C. M'COIUIICK,
J. II. l'OMEKOY,
WJI. B. 1100 ECS,
I8ATAII C. WEAR.
St. Ii. KAUPFJIAN,
II. M. EDWAUDS,
OEO. S. SCHMIDT,
jasies ii. nnoWN,
TERRENCE V. l'OWDEMiY.
Judge Hon. D. Ii. Qreen.
Jury Commissioner Ma j. William
Poor Director George lleffiier.
Delegates to the Constitutional Con
vention, 30th District Joseph II.
Pomeroy, John J. Coyle.
It is n good ticket.
Greco, Morrison ami viotory.
It will all come out now.
goes flshlug, but Is no sucker.
ilreu, evtu in summertime, risea nbovo I
one-balf tho whole mortality.
The Domi nation of Joseph H.
Poroeioy, Esq., iwoneof Hie delegates-
m-iarge to tho Constitutional Conven
tion, was a most excellent move.
ITEMS GLEANED IN THE EDI
the nomination of Joseph H,
l'omeroy, Esq., for delegate-.u-largo to
the Conntltutloaal Convention, nieels
with a hesrty approval of the volers
of bolh parlies in thiscouuty. Mr.
Pomeroy will poll a very large voto
and his presence in the Convention is
now a certainty. He will be a valuable
member of that important body.
THE TATTLES OF THE TATTLER,
Gossip That is Dished Up to the
Newspaper Man In His Sanc
tum Mingled With Scraps
Caught by Himself.
Clerk Snyder eats Ice cream wllh
a spoon. It will all come out now.
Commissioner Bowes fliUs with
the girls. Jt will all come out now.
CoMMissfONER DeTosk speaks the
Pennsylvania Dutch dialect. It, will
all come out now.
With two suoh gallant soldiers as
Gregg aud Morrison on the ticket, it
ought to sweep the btate, and it wII.
It will all come out now, that (ho
ticket nominated yesterday will be
triumphantly elected, aud by a rousing
Milwaukee children suffered to
a remarkabieextent from thehot wave
of last week. The deaths in the city
during the week numbering M9, and
of theso victims 103 (or two-thirds)
were children under five years of age.
It is seldom tlmtthepropotiion of cbtl-
Pkesident Page, of the Farmers'
Alllaaceof Virginia, inais an other-
wite well considered speech ftom the
farrae.V standpoint by the exaggerated
statement that iu tills couutry "there
are ton millions people who never have
enough to eat from one year's end to
the other." That would mean nearly
one-sixth of the entire population
BUfleiedforjood! ItlsevldeuUv ugios3
.! ... .1 ,,tl,l ... .
..jjscuuiuu iu say lun. i wouid " ."uieu ing oi streots up to a com
not be true even of creat ckie-i. wIip.b l"u,y "cent date has bean a matter
niM.rV.n.l..,in.rtn.. 1 1 L "r" ' ""'"V "' tua h' of the
" uousenomera, it may ba imerestiog to note
aroconcoutrated. a few of tho dfferout inntnmU
by some of the rniiNi..iM v
Tll. M .. ..I.!- ....n, Uulu,
-uc ,to,iu h Bioiy me ptoanerity tumparea with our modern Vn
or one nation Is often 'inked wi:h the r , ' . h,s liul tbo property
bitter, grinding needs of another. tnT ' DyT,traan '"w'cqulre
wi.il .i , . ' ,um ,n 80mBcas(,s tho whole
wniietne people of tho United States of the Paved s,
aroplanningtosendabroadnsurplusof r)olra'33oisnotlooK'eHtand tho area of
UO.000,000 bushels of one cern.ol lon " . """""ensive, ido task is not
""so aruuous as m rht i.. t
the people of Bu.ia are-even now SaTnd StrX?, 1 'Ej
netorea harvest which must destroy
nearly every hope of life starving
upon gross boiledin water, and parents
nro auverti3ing their children "for
sale," In order not to see theni die be-
MB Al OIL CLOTDS !
are being reoelved dnlly at
O. D. PRICKB'S
Carpet Slore, 10 South Jardin St, near Centre
i t . , --... iui uisiiiiice, mo
Bousenoldera arn nnt n..M,.j
---- wuipDiioa bu uarry
womwro c mn nvtha c .1..
e . t . " coo-;. Hum 1110
frout of tho dwalling out lo tbo eootre of
vuu tuorouguiaro. A coriain part varyini;
from four to oiiht m.i. s 1.1. 1. ,
mu wiu.iis iuu al
lotted portion of each householder.
fore their eves. Wlm Is rMnniw ,u,!' B ""P l8 tho center of
wl.af fi, n.i ...... x, . . --"'"u "iiiuu mutt oe takoa caro 0
" Dl"lu "i nuagsr uo- dj tno municipal autboritias
viously there is mlsgovernmeut of the
worai, Kind, willlo many millions xu turao '"opoau cilios it is a common
are anuually wasted unon iiif.rrilnn. cust.om for authorhios 10 look after tho
mlllr.- rnnw MMworitreeti, from curb to curb.
j i.cauv i"u laruo aa wnue too hoiunlin r .L
- 1.... v. o ui mo
increase mac nears correannml nrlw aewalK. This 0Hm nlni,, fi-ji..:.;..
hard upon the peasants and other poor ?f 'Hb,or' but 119 tho k"8'ingof thosldewalk
tu uuiy niga BCiiooi or unwniien law, by nil fair-minclod people,
, . . j,. j.w, , uioiiuci; 1 1 w jwuiv iu
uon among students: keeps the neonle " " , '"" opportunity to do
In ignorance, retards theimnrnvInt. ZZ . wh0. ttro I11!'8
1 j viinwfio Buon-comiDf in llio
of tho country abounding in natural street committee, who aro unmindful of the
.......... . . .. . limDOrtanrn nf h.m'n,. n.r.
' fcuoir UWIl uoor
stops ana Eidowalkj swept cloaa.
uouar 0111 out of him on a 'pair.' Bho 'or
Jors him up' to build flros. L!ko a 'knave
ho joins tho clubs, where ho often Ket-
nign, which is 'low' too. If ho keop
'slrainht' ho is oi'ten.Imos aush.' II,.
rows old and 'b'uft-.' sees a 'deal' of troublo
when at last ho 'shuflle,' off tho mortsl
coll and 'pwei in his chocks.' As bo i'
'rakod in' bv a 'sniHn.' lir. .
- . v.i niiiu 1,
-ndod. and ho Waits tho summon, nf f5..
briel's 'irump,' which ,bH 'ordcrhim up.'"
1 - ii
It Knows Them. .
The leaning CAronicle is aulhoiitv for
uie stn od'en. , bat Im.ipnw.. r..i...
of A,hlt..u! sieill of Sbeo'Dilont-, a,m
Gay, of IVjsrMio, he!d their r.,l..
weekly rovelinz at tbo ) nr ni.tr ... ..
da". Ihe Imv, Bre in iba h.hlt of
around and liavng con abi, and tho staYe-
...miiwouiunotsi mo: und'u.l atteutlod
woro it rot fur tun .nt ii... ih..
tbo bl-Hw muchlTios is given m t'o sit'Jeo.
under difcussion., "Too maeoin it nofo
betakoniao tlin nmo." .,.,.!....... ...u
Lhfoni le. "itlomal-is -n .Im n.li..n ,..u
mine in-peolor. Th:. o2Ici:.l Bathed the
kus uy moans-ot rubber bijs, which hve a
pumpine annarstin ii'tohUfi a...i.
.... UlTll UUIJ1K
vuUrase, wo oon't wonder the Inmootors
met and talked it orer. Tho Back Dia
mond know, tiia-o fjeuJemea very well.
J-ueyaroall ihrea drout. broad .bouldoied,
noble-hcattod nun. rn.,.i,in r 11 ..
baby with inflniB teudoiness or resontins
HU lllSUIt Wl.n lOroClOllS SflJBI-ltp. 1m,
it comes to carrviui? Ihib nt n. .mn.,j k.
country tho subject certR;reql,;ros c.,ro.
ful coosidorat.o-i on thoir pan. Ohlfo-
nnninor oxcurjion I 0110 of tho features cf
wmcn shall bo a nroeesinn n ,ni- ; ,.
spectyrs. each with a well-fl.lad pas Lit
Ohl forae imuso of tbn atiinutu t
speoior Oay's faco whan he brines homo
h.s first charco. lilnel: Diamond.
HELD ON A SERIES OP SERIOUS
INSULT HEAPED UPON INJURY.
After Deceiving a Young Girl and
Jumped His Bail ho Entices
Her Younger Sister Prom
resources, aud rquanders everything
upon a landed aristocracy and dreams
Oil APPLE VlNBGAll-for PlcJtUnn.
strength oj ordinary Vinegar and strictly pure.
WHOLE MIXED SPICES for IHcIcllng.
collont policy some weeks ago by volunteer
ing to remove all dirt from tho stroats if
swept into heaps bv thn
and tenants. Clean Etroots raanltnH
ltiorawnile, but tho non-oleaners wero
XlVtce the q numerous an" the sjstam was not as
succesjful as hopod for. It would ha n ,
lAr... If .1.- .!., .
iucii 11 iuo CIUZ9nS and Sllnaru inr M
aRreo upon some plan bv which thau rnul.l
co-operato In a goneral street eleanini?
uiuvuuioni once a week. It would nav.
Bartbn Slay S arr died Ht n ...u 1
Ibis morninjr at tbo icidence of hr
parenU, John Z. and Susan Starr. 121 Kast
Coal street, aired 19 van. 1 mnmi .... in
aaya. She had baen uilin .. i...i
year from an illness starred by an attack of
grip, ihuluueial will tako p'.aco at 1 n
m. on Sunday. Serriooi will hn
the Trinity llef.irmod chu.oh and tho re
mains will be in. erred iu tho Odd Fellows'
Airs. Radford, of St. Clair, ilin.l t J,-
homo in thst p.aoo this morning after a
lingering-illess. Punernl Will tilL-n tvlntn
on Sunday, two o'clock, at St. Clair. Tbo
ueeosseu was tan mother of Mr. Beos, of
West Coal street, this town, and was well
OUR EAJYCY SYItUr Al lOo
The ways in which tho ehiMrrn rxf i fin
I poor add to tho fkmilv rotnnrn, iu
is a strictly pure sugar syrup, and egual in color, flavor yZSj&
eiw uuuy 10 any ingil-prlcea Slirun. ' -inn omor uay, tno reporter
HEW NO. 1 MACKEREL,
this season's catch, tvhlte and fat.
days our first invoice of JVew Fancy BLOATEIt MACK
EREL, extra large and fine.
Fresh Creamery and Dairy Butter.
Imported Maccarom and Gelatine.
Fine Old Government Java Coffee.
One Car of MXDLXNQS.
One Car of OLD TIMOZLZl UA1'.
0E PAIR OF GOOD MULES a good team for farbi
watched a small bov about in Vih pa rl n
who wont from saloon to saloon
Bioroto cigar store, begijing for empty
TTn linrl nnlln a ..IT.,;.. l ... .
.,H..v m wi.cutiuii wuuii tno re
porter ran across him and asked what he
did with thorn.
"Sell 'cm, of courso,'' was tho reply,
"losoo," he continued, in
confidence. "There's a lot of blokes that
makes all sorts of things out of them with
a scroll saw. Thev makn Inline i-w0
things for holdine stationary, mot-. t..r
anu an tnem Kind ot things. Soo ?
fcurthor inmi rv showed thnt ihnnn
boxes sold for a nlokol atiinna .ml n,,. 1.
lively demand, but wore hard to cot. "for
it j ; . . . . 1
iuvy unyo us out or one calf tho saloons,
and half tho rest never p.m in h.n
empty box," adled tho bay, "an' Its the
same witn tno c'Br stores,"
A drllmmAr nKn ttI.1,.) . r
,7 . . MW n.ku .uwu n lew
oventllga ago dUDlaved a card tW nvniiH
some interest and will bosr publication, It
was Headed "L.ife, a Oamo of Osrds" and
ran as follows : "Alan's life Is a game of
cards. First It is a 'crib-age;' next ho trios
to 'go it alone' at a sort of 'cut. ilmffl n ami
doal paco:' then he crambols on thn Vrnnn-'
then ho 'raises the deuce,' when his mother
talces a "hacd In, and contrary to rule
'beats the little ioker' with iW -fln " ii,nn
with his 'diamond' ho wins the 'queen of
hearts.' Tired of 'olavlnc a lnnn hanri he
desires to 'assist' hii fair ' tlartnnr' 'thrnn.
out bis card,' and a clergyman takes a ton-,
A special meeting of the stockholders of
tno umzons' Electric Li?bt Co., of Shon
andoah, will bo hold August 20ih, 1801,
rckwnuii luuuours 01 two ana tour p. ru.,
at tno omco ot said comniny. Nn .t m
Ja'din streot, for tbo uumoso nf vntlnn
tbo question of iuci easing tbo capital stock
ot said company. By order of tho board.
JOU.V frl'.lTllMtn Rno'
Polish Sooietios Parade.
i no bt. John. St. Mir.hu,, at
fatephon Polish societlos of town, together
mm tno ot. Josenh toniatr. nf TruUir,
tvuu si, oiainsiaus society, of Audonreid,
uauaparauo mis morning from tho Le
high Valley depot to the Tolish Catholh
enmen, wnero a Hag was formally placed
in tho church by tho St. John society.
This afternoon all tho sociotios participated
iu n picnic at uoiumbla 1'ark.
Oh, What a Cough.
Will vnn .... . n n.. .. .. . "
S! ,nere approach of that more W
If you canaOord for tha sake of saving h
cenu, to run the rlBk and do nothing for It.
--- rfw... aw lulls., XU1V
-,.,..,,.,,,,,, ,uio iunu a .Minion uotuea
wtro sold tho past year. It relieves Croup
and Whopplne Oouuh at once. Mother do
Uhojt. nseShlloh's Porous Master, Bold by
1 , ... ii. a. corner jiain ana
,Just Ono Week Mora.
U7 request WO will mnkn nnr linnnllf,,!
cabinets at ?1.00 per dozen for one week
more. Tositlvoly not one day aftor Aug.
21th, but will romam in your city making
pictures at better ericas. Coma anrlw nn j
avoid tho rush, rain or shine. Itemombor
tho place, Koshon's gallery, 29 West Oen
tre slreat. Hoffman's old stind. 8-lT.nt
Pionio' on Dunn's Hill.
The members of tho Turkay ltim Run
day schaol will picnic on Dunn's Hill on
oaiuraay, me nd Inst. There will bo an
abundant supply of fruit. Ice cream. .fcr.
on tho ground. All are Invitod.
Baby day was a g-aod success at Kca-
goy's. Our prices are nway down, and it
will ba to your iolerest to call and p
Wejare on tho first floor, remember. Kba-
Oolllorles to Suspend.
The collieries operated bv tho I. .fc 7!
0. & I. Co. will suspend operations to-morrow
nlgbt and remain ldlo until MnmUo
You can obtain a nack nf hnnt mmliio
playing cards by sending fifteen cents in
postage to P. S. Eustln. nni v., a .
B 0. & Q.R. R. Chicago, 111. ' if
AVHItam Bander, n PlUh r-m.n,- m.n r
i.ns town, was ilced in tho county Jail
mis morning to ulaud dial on a HriM nf
charges and, In view of tho avldenco al)
ready in position of tha nolhnrlLin. Im
solids a good chance far becoming a guot
01 tno county Tor a number of months.
Baihder is ftbollt Qii vnnr. nt uoa la
feti-ly good looking follow, and has good
coromanu ot tuo Jingllsb language
bonio timo 10 Bander wns arrested fur
batraving Susan, the daugblor of Stophen
H-i-its, of Emerick Btrat. Bendor fur
nished $1 000 bail to stand trial at cnuit,
but when the ca.o was called ho failed lo
appear. Ho had skipped, and tho bond he
had tiven proved to hn wnrthiot. i
Uinks then ciused tho arrest of tho Polish
man who furnished tho hnml .mil Im n,
under bail for trial.
About two weeks airo l!a
secret visit to town and managed to nrrango
an Interview with Patience HinL-s. a !tinr
of tho girl he betrayed aud who Is under
iu years ot age.
A few days later Pationcn nrl Unmlnr
disappeared and Mrs. Uinks sworo out a
warrant kr tho lattor's arrest, charging
him with enticing an infant fomulo nhilii
away for tho purpose of marriage.
iho warrant was placed in tho hands of
Chief of Police Amour on Alonday even
ing, who arretted Bandar nr. Rho.mn1.-ln
Ho was given a hearin haforn ' Sntilrn
Williams last night.
During tho hearing it was learned that
Siwiro Davidson, of Kb.umni.-in ....tiM
a marriage liconso lo Bonder and l'Atiannn
upon the former swearing ho was 2o years
ot age and tho latter swearing sho wa3
'over ago." Thov wore miluenn
r'od by the oriost of thn 1'nlUh ri.,iimi!n
church of Shamokln.
The marriaeo document wn nrndi.i.mi
and it was found to bo a certificnto of tho
marrlagoof "William Bonder aud "Alary."
liinks. llonder then oxplained that tho
Polish priest rofused to pgi form tho core
mony unlcs Pa.ienco would change hfr
christian name, as tho church could not
recognize tho namo "Pationce." Tho girl
then consented to adopt the namo "Alary"
and undor that namo sho was marriad.
Aftor tho hearing Bondor was placed In
tne lockup. This morning he was taken to
the county jail on tho C o'clock Pennsylva
nia train and placed securely bobind tho
bars. Chief Amour thon wont to Shamo
kln to arrest tho girl on a warrant swo -n
out by Stephen Hinks, tho father, charging
her with having become so incorrigibloand
morally denruved Unit ilm im. rn,,H,r,i
her control beyond the power of her father.
Bonder is in a bad fix. Ho must answor
to tho court on tho old botmval nh nro-n.
must account for his rashness in jumping
his bail and must suffer for ontirini? tho
younger girl from her home. When ho
gets through with this list of cases Tax
Collector Schmidt will domand his body In
saiisiacilon ot taxes duo for two years.
NSPECTED BY ROYALTY.
Untan Tlalnrln Mull,,, Tour or lh
Frnnoli Vmrli To-.lir.
Loxnox, Aug. SO. Tho cordial recep
tion extended to tho olllcersof tho French
fleet Fhowa that Kngland Is going to
steer clear of the Frnnco-Oorman quarrel.
.!!?. lxo Quee". nccorapnuiod by
the Duko of ICdluburgh and tho Duko of
ConnauRht, iuspectod tho Frouoh vea
aala in Osborno liny, and In the even
ing Ailmlrnl Qcrvala nnd n numbor ot
the officers of tho squadron will dine
with her Slajcsty at Osborno.
Portsmouth la thronged with visitors,
and both tho autboritias nnd tho peoplo
of tho town, who lmvo pleasant recollec
tions of tho last visit of tho Frouoh fleet
to tho town, In 1805, are anxious to make
the visitors happy. No effort is spared
hj tho Alayor to show tho thoroughness
of bis walnnmn n1 .
.. , ...... ...nuJ uimi itru uiii-
ployod in preparations for tho civic eu-
...w.1Uuiii, vim xown uouncll having
VOtod A liimn ntim in no.lat !.. r ...
meeting the oxponscs.
While tho reception of tho Frenoh float
Is likoly to bo a oordlal nnd hospltablo
ono. there will Im nn,tinn 111. ... .. ,
most frantic enthusiasm of tho Russian
visit, bo th.it Admiral Qorvnts will, It is
oxpectod, havo no embarrassing explan
ations to make for tho bonollt of tha
Czar. Tho Russian pross has already de
clared that thn vl-ilf. u-ni ,!.,. .11m
.... - ..... .i.u iiu uiuur-
ence In thn rnlntln,,. 1.... ...... r- 1
SUICIDES IN JAIL,
TwoWomon U. Their Clothing to Hnnc
BnirwATi. NT. V An oo ...t.
-, ... -. , . h- iuuro 1TRS
great oxcitemont nt tho county jail in
vuo uiurning wuan it was found that-two
women Inmates had oommlttod .ilrl,l
Auna QoSOWOmkn. whn Trn.
1 " wuiuiimou
to the jail on August 17, and sup.
posed to be Insnne, was found hanging
by A rono matin frnt .r. in,i.in. 1
was deod when removed.
Fifteen minutes ntterward Mrs. Cath
erine Smith, committed on August 4, for
attempting to murder hor deformed son.
was also found dead hanging by hor
skirt which sho had twisted into a rope.
EDITOR JlEr.AtD : I obsarvn in rni,r
paper of this eveninir that tho slraot mm.
mittoeof tho Boroush Council hm mh
all tho way to Taman.ua to buy screens for
ino siono crusner when we havo a screen
factory in town. This is not tinlrnniTlncf
homo industry by any means, and I think
it is a very poor example for our borough
officials to 6at. They should buy all thev
can in the town.
Shenandoah, Aug. 19, 1891.
TAYLOR. On tho lSih Inst., at shnn.
andoah, Pa., Annlo, daughter of Thomas I
y, ana jiary Taylor, agod 10 years.
Funeral will tako ulaco from tho
of tho parents, No. 512 East Coal streot, on
r-riaay. sit mt., at i:Eu o'clock. Sorvicos
in the Pioleslant Episcopal church. In.
lerment In tho OJd Fellows' cemelerv.
Frionds and relatives invited to attend. 2t
It Is very important In this rn nf t-tf
matorUI progress thut a remedy ha i,luln,v
to tho tasto and to tho eye, easily taken, ac
ceptable to tha stomach and healthy in its
nalura and effects. Possaafdntr thnan nii.1.
ities, Sjrupof Figs is tho one perfect laxa-
vivo anu most goatlo dlurotlo known.
Tho Druggists Won.
A rather inteiostini? irfllnn nf ho.n 1d1I
took place in the trotting park yesterday
afternoon between two teams representing
tho tailors and drugsists of town. The
latter club won by the closo score of 25
Four tintypes for 25 cents, at Dabb's. tf
Advertise iu the Hkrals.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Louis Paulsen, tho noted choBB player
of London, is doad.
Presidont Harrison left Bennington,
Vt., this morning for Alount AfcGrogor.
Tho vessels of tho Whlto Squadron ox
pect to sail for tho navnl station at Klt
tery, Mo., to-day.
The Boston Board of Aldormen voted
against making tho foe for tho theaters
and other places of amusomont 31.000
Bella Mchol, aged 0, and Willie NlchoL
aged 0, wore drownod at Brockville, Ont
during tho morning while bathing In the
Tho Jersoy City Board of Finance has
ordered Mayor Cleveland to acoount for
tho sinking fund. Ho intimates that he
Tho wholesale furniture warehouse
of a Gray Ss Son at Hudson, N. Y
wns damaged $15,000 by Are during
tho night. Tho drugstore of Van Tassel Ss
Tobey adjoining wns damaged by water
to a largo amount. Tho total Joss will
probably roach $23,000, partly insured.
The foroman iu tho briok yard of
Wiggln & Clark, at Exeter, N. H,, had
an altercation with four Italian laborers
during tho morning and they drew
knives on Mm. Offlcor Thurston who
was unarmed attempted to arrest one of
tho four when they attacked him with
clubs and Infllntml lnn. in ...(.. t
turlng his skull. Tho Italians fled' to a
piece or woods which was quickly aur
raunded by cltlznns nmi nniin. a
, 1 -- " ..IWl
UeSnoratO Adit. KAVnrnl nmi.t.
- r ' - . . . v -j trj ngig
A Costly Visit.
Georgo and Stonhon Tnd l.inilmr. nt
Audonried, who came to town this mnrnlnw
to participate in tho Poh-h parade, worear
rosled by Policeman Connors. and High
Conslablo Stanton shoitly after arrival hero
for fast horseback riding on tho streots.
Tbey were reloasod upon Alichaol Pribula,
tho gvocer. giving socutlty for tho payment
of 8 73, fine and costs, by each man.
Tho picnic of the Evann-elieal SmiriW
school and congregation, to Ddlauo, which
was to ba held on Thursday, has been
postponed until tho
All aro earnestly invited to attond. 8 8-2t
Buy Keystone flour. Ro careful that thn
name Lussio & Co., Ashland, Pa., Is
printed on every sack a-S-'Uaw
Wators' Wolss boer is the best. John A
Roilly solo agont. 6-5-tf
All Hands Come I
And got iv knifo for nothing.
Tho only conditions aro that
you buy twonty ton cent plugs
of "Filly" tobacco. As good
a plug as you ever put a tooth
to. Tho knifo is a beautiful
4-blado, inlaid celluloid han-
dlo, good material and good
workmanship. Can bo soon at
No. J22 North Jardin Street