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THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUO JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
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KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
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CLEVJSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
PUni.Dt.OOD, REFRESHING SLEfTP,
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MANUFAOTUHEO OWLY DY
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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
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John R. Coyle.
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICK BEDDALL'S BUILDING,
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PROPERTY FOR SALE:
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GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1873.
. Baker & Co.'s
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nro used lu Us preparation. It has
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ft Chi eh eater UnctHfc Diamond Ui-b&
Brc, alwuyi rUiitil, ladic tik
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1 tuuti for nutlauliui. tMtlaiooluui ol
Iletur fiii Ttadte." inhutr. be tftun
f JUUIl iimiiwuiwi. nttwiw tvpir
Chi hotter CkumicM t.,t-.dlnH hquare
J H POMKKOY,
OMo-Beilall'bIWuig comer Mjilnn4Cen'.-i
TAKEN BY SURPRISE
A Big Battlo Will Soon
Fought in Chili.
INSURGENTS LAND AN ARMY.
Balmaceda Sends a Largo Force to Moot
A Flcroe Flcht Immluont-On III 11"
nulti Will Probably End the Wnr The
Itnut nf Ilulinacedn's Forcos Will be
Fallowed by thn Capture of Valparaiso.
Tim U. s. B, llnltlmors la tlio llnrbor.
Valfakaiso, Chill, via Galveston, Aug.
21. The Insurgent army effected n land
iug early In tho morning in Qulntera
Bay, only twonty miles north of this city.
According to the lowest estimate It
numbers 8,1100 men. It would bo nearer
tho exact figures to say 10,000. i
They were brought down from Cildorn
on eight transports, tbroo tugs and four
Tho point of landing Is about fifty
miles from Santiago, whoro Balmacoda'a
forces, to tho numbor of 10,000, havo boon
The Balmaccdlsts have for somo tlmo
anticipated a inovemont south on the
part of their foes, but they believed thnt
Coqulmbo would ba tho first place at
tacked. It uow appears that tho hovering of
the insurgent fleet la tho neighborhood
of Coqulmbo Bay was only a schorae to
Tho landing at Quintero Bay was
therefore a complete surprlao to tho
President, but as soon as ho learned tho
news ho acted promptly. By his command
n large force wab sunt north to meet tho
Admiral Brown, from Mi flagship, tho
San Francisco, saw tho landing of tho in
surgents. They aro woll armed and en
thusiastic The United States war ship Baltimore
Is in this harbor.
Tim T?an.nwn11n .nmniaiitlDtl liv pHlvn
Falna, Is Just outside the harbor.
It is expected that sho will be Joined at
once by the other Insurgent war vessels
from Qututero Bay. It looks as if, In
conjunction with the advance of tho land
forces upon this city, the fleet will open
fire upon tho forts that defend this har
bor. It looks as If the most important en
gagement so far In tho history of tho
present war is about to bo fought.
Until the present time It has boon
ne. rly altogether a battle of words.
Now a fierce light is Imminent.
M'GREEVY HAS FLED.
Ouo of the Cannflluit lloodlors HccHpet
AVhun About to bn Ai-ruted.
Ottawa, Ont, Aug. 20. Sir John
Thompson has expressed to a number of
political friends his Intention, as Minis
ter of Justice, to indict, In the name of
the Queen, for public robbery and con
spiracy, the whole of tho members of the
McOreevy boodle gang, and tho public
officials they bribed, providing he Is as
sured by the local authorities that thero
ts a reasonable prospect of finding hers
a jury abovo the lnfluonce of the boodlers.
It is considered that this prosecution
will save the Government, and thnt thus
tho threatened political crisis at Ottawa
will be averted.
Quebec, Aug. 21. Col. Smith, deputy
sergeaut-at-arms of the House of Com
mons, arrived hero, armed with a war
rant for tho arrest of Hon. Thomas llo
Groovy, but tho lattor had fled. It is said
he has gone to Old Orchard Bench, Me.
SHE SCARED A BURGLAR.
Miss Winiains' Cool Nurvo Willi a Tblet
Standbier Over llor.
TTAMumvTnv. N. J.. Aurr. 21. A bur
glar entorod the house of Mrs. E. A, '
Williams and daughter at 2 a. m. and ,
took from a bureau draw $18 in money.
A bank check was untouched. The
mother and daughter wore awakened
by the burglar standing over them. Ho
had partly pulled the bed clothes from
the foot ot the bed, with tho apparent
design ot biuding them. On seeing tho
burglar Miss Williams cried out: "Get
out, you thlefl Mother, hand mo my pis
toll" The thief ran off.
An hour later tho house of Mrs. Trow
bridge was entered by an open window,
but in this oaso there was a man iu tho
house and tho thief mule his escape
without securing any booty.
S3S,000 l'Jrn In N York.
New Yoiik, Aug. 21. Firo started laBt
night in the grand stand ot tho athletic
grounds of the Youug Men's Christian
Association on River uronua and quickly
spread to the lumber yard aud factory of
L. II. Mace & Co., mauuf .tcturers of toys,
which occupy one city block, extending
from 100th to 151st street. This im
mense plant was totally destroyed, en
tailing a loss estimated at $250,000. Tha
insurance is but small.
Mr. FoAter'tf Secret ftllAilon,
Mt. McQiusaon, Aug. 21. Hon. John
W. Foster came to Alt. McGregor last
night on a special train to bold a con
sultation with the President. He sold
that ho could not tell the nature of his
business with the President. Mr. Foster
telegraphod tho President making tha
appointment. Private Secretary Hulford
wont to Saratoga to moot him, and they
came here on a special train, arriving at
Cuicaoo, Aug. 21. The American
Wheel Company, having works through
out Pennsylvania, Indiana, Ohio, Michl
rran. and other States, have failed. The
issets are $1,100,000. Liabilities, obout
$3,000,000. Judge Blodgott of tha Federal
District Court has made Noble O. Butler
Wantrd 830 to tut liar on.
Pittbbuuo, Pa., Aug. HI, Susanna An
dron took out a license yesterday for her
marriage to John Dansho. Another man
obtained a license to marry her a few
days ago, but she changod her mind and
offered htm $20 to release her. Ho wanted
$50 and now sues her for larceny.
Grund Naval Review at liar Harbor.
Bar Haiiuoh, Mo., Aug. 21. Secretary
of tho Navy Traoy ia reported to havo
stated that there will ba a grand naval
review bare next week. The white
squadron Is expeoted to-d iy, and tha
lower harbor has been clearid for their
riighest of all in Leavening Power. U. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
Tlin I'M Ilea
Brooklyn 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Boston 0 0 2 1 0 0 1
Batteries ttirrutliers and D.illey; NIohoH
Cleveland 0 0 0 a 0 0
Chicago 0 0 (1 0 1 3
Lolled on aooount of darkuos.
lkUterles-Oiuberund Zimtuers Vlokcry an
Philadelphia 1 0 0 U 1 0 0 0 0-1
New York fi 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 x 1.
llatterles -Boper, Kling ami Cloments; Kuslo
Cincinnati 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 0-1
1'lttsburg 0 0110000 0-
Ilattorloi-Uhlnes and Harrington! Baldwin
The National 1-cauuo Ilooord.
C7uni. rron. Lost. (Vt
Chicago... 00 :!3 ,000
llOSton 50 30 ,5H0
Now York. 61! 38 .57S
l'hlla'phltt.50 40 .5'Jl rittsbur.ao 01
Boston 1 0 0 0 0 0
Athletics 1 0 0 0 0 1
Batteries-Haddock and Murphy; Chamber
lain and Mllllgan.
Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0
Wnshlnuton 0 3 0 3 1
nnttcrlos-Bakely and Townsond; Cnrsey and
at ST. LOUIS.
St. Louts 0 0 0 0 0 B 0 6 3-15
Columbus 1 0003001 46
Batteries-L'oston and Darling; Knott and
Loulsvlllo 1 0000000 1-3
Milwaukee 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-0
Battorios Moaklm and Cahlll; Dwyer and
The Aisoolatlou Record.
Otift.. n-ivi. ijnrU CI
Boston.... 70 31 .080
Bt,Louls..07 38 .0;1S
Baltimore 33 43 .501
Athletlo..S3 47 .Di3
C?uh.. rpvm. LntL Tt
Columbus. .48 B3 .400
Mllwauk'o.4G 57 .441
LOUVIU0...37 70 J11U
Wast'ton..33 01 .33J
eastern Anclatloli Gamos,
Buffalo 0 00020 3 8 0-7
Troy 4 3 10 10 3 0 0-11
Ilatterlos- Calllhan ani McKoough: Doran
Albany 3 0 10 0
Syracuse 0 0 0 0 0
Battcries-Dovlln and IIoss;
ttochostcr 3 0.00001 1 40
Lebnnon 0 0000000 0 t,
Batterles-Neul aud Urquhart; Bayno and
DnlocHte. to llrui.nl. Afraid They Won't
I10 Allowed to ltetui-11 to America.
Brussels, Auj,. 21. Consideroble con
sternation was caused hero to-day among
some of the American delegates to tho
Labor Congress most of whom are not
Americaos, by a report that the Ameri
can government Intended to taka ad
vantage ot the abseuoa of such u large
numer of socialism aud anarchists by
denying admission to the United States
to all of them who are not citizens, ou
As most ot them had been demonstrat
ing what an nu happy country the United
States was it was not thought that the
rumor would uffect them as much as it
evldontly did. Foreigners who had been
running down America In their spoecbes
turned pale at the idea ot not being per
mitted to go b.ick to America, and
seemed suddenly to conceive au iutense
affection for that country.
British dologates seemed much nmusod
at tho situation, and ono of them re
marked that it might ba a good idea tor
England to follow suit.
Arrnnted for Grand Larceny.
Swa Sino, N. Y Aug. 21. J. C. 'Mor
rlson, who for tho past two years had
chnrgoof thoBraluerd Marble and Granite
Company at Sing Sing Prison, was ur.
rested last evening at tho Instance ol
Edward R. Bruinerd, ot Chicago, presl
deut ot tha company, on the charge of
grand larceny In the flrst degree. Mor.
risou Is charged with embezzling at vnrl.
ous times during thu past two years sums
of money amounting to $2,000. He was
arraigned before Judge Reynolds, but
waived examination and was hold to
await the action of the grand jury.
llollermakera to Hum mil Eight Ilourl,
New Yobk, Aug. 21. A notice has
been reoelved by tho Boilermakers' Union
here from the national secretary of the
Boilermakers' Union, stating that every
employer In tho United States had been
notified that tha union would demand
that eight hours should constitute a
day's work on and after May 1, 1S03. A
secret circular from the eraployors wni
also read, oalllng upon them to organize
for mutual protection.
Dedication of n Benilnary,
RocnEBTEii. N. Y., Aug. 21. St. Ber
nard's Seminary, In process of construe'
tlon on tho boulevard between the city
and the lake, was dedicated during the
afternoon by wsnop aict-uaiu. Arcn
blabon Williams, of Boston, was present
Tho seminary will open uexi year with
six professors, four of whom ure in Europo
preparing tor xna worit.
Tlemooratlo Club Convention.
IUnniBBunu, Pa., Aug. 21. It was do.
elded by the exuoutlve co mntttea of the
Democratic Hooloty of Clubs, at tbeli
meeting here, that the Pittsburg conven
vsntlon should be held bentomber ti1), and
n committee to arrange prellmlaarte-
Washington, Aug. 31. For Now Mnglanfli
Increasing sotitliorly wind cloudiness and
ralnj slightly warmer weather, cooler Satur.
For Eastern Now York: Freeh, southerly
winds; warmer, cloudiness and local rains;
showers nnd ooolcr Saturday.
For Now Jersey! Cloudiness and showers;
Increasing southerly wlndt; no deolded ubango
In temperature; slightly cooler weather Satur
day. For Western New York and Western Tcnn
sylimnla: Cloudiness and froqueut showers;
flesh nmlbrfek southerly winds, thlftlng to
cooler, westerly; ooolcr and showers Saturday
SEW YOHK St.VUKUTS.
New York, Aug. SO. Money on call cosy,
loaning at 3 and 3 )er cent.
IUs, imi Beg 100
lUs, 1801 Roup 100
4 B 1007 Bog 117
4 6, 1B07 Coup 117)1
Cnnndlan Pacific B4
Central l'acillo SO)i
Chicago, Bur. & Qulney no:
Del., iJick. A; Western !!!.;..'.130t
Lake Slioro Ill1
Louis. & Nnah 71
Mtchlmn Central b8
Missouri l'ucltlc K
Now Jersey Central 1 1314
Oregon Navigation 08
Huok Uluud TDK
Ht. l'aul 07
Union Pacific 37
Western Union si
Wheat strong, showing slight advance
B lied winter, 11 j; Beptoniuor, iu:
Corn Irregular. No. 2 mixed, 83;
bar, 74-j; octouer,
Oats dull. No. 3 mixed, 3014.
Creamery, State Perm., cxtras.23 o.n32 0.
Creamery, western, flratfi Ill ca'io o.
Creamery, western, peconds lOJoailS o.
Btnto dairy, lu f. tubs, oxtros.... a.aiO o.
N. Y. State, now laid, per doz 17HJo.al8 a
l'onn., new mid 17to.ulS o.
Western i Northwestern, good to
prlmo 10$ nlGlt'c.
Jersey Rose, permit 1 35al 73
Sweet potutoe-, Vu., choicu 3 ,3u3 00
Spring chickens, choice, largo per Ib..l3!al5
billing cliioku 19, prlmo l a
towla, Jin-ey.Stiuo a l';l.,lierlb 13 ul.
Tut keys, mixed weights, por lb 13 al3
pp g chk'd, l'liilo., oau lbs to ialr. ,
Jld. .V Del., yollow, choice, per bask., SOal O-i
Md. A: Del., red fruit, choice, busk.... 70a 73
Jersey, prime, per basket 00a 73
Md. & Del., choice, perorate 30a 40
Md. & Del., toiniuo'i, -leromto 20a 33
Nyaok or llollund l'lpphi, per d.-h.bt.l 3oal i0
Cabbage, nor 100 3 30u3 00
Lucumber pickles, per 1,000 1 oOal 60
Egg plant, Jersey, ixt bbl 1 OOal 60
Lima beans. South Jeiaey. uer bag... I 25al SO '
Oulous, Md. ic Vu pota'o, perbhl...;3 OUu'i ai)
I'renldulll Clark Will Not Itnslgu.
New Haven, Conn., Aug. 21. Presi
dent Charles P. Clark, of the New York,
New Haven & Hartford R ill way, who
has Juht icturned from Europe, donies
that he has any intention ot resigning
Tf-11 Yvais mid Sixty Lash-..
St. Thomas, Out., Aug. 21. Dtnlel
Wise, ot Buffalo, wan sentunoed hero to 1
ten years in the provincial penitentiary
and sixty lushes for commuting nn uu
All Favor Flower for Gnvarnur.
Wateiitown, N, Y,, Aug. 21. Kvory
Democratic caucus in this oity last night
named delegates favorable to It P, Flower
tho lifo that is
Only act promptly.
Put it off, and nothing can savo
you. I3ut, if taken in timo, Pr.
Pierco's Golden Iiiedioal Discovery
will oertainly euro.
It must bo dono through tho
blood nnd tho " Discovery" is
tho most potent blood cleanser,
Btrongth - restorer, and flesh-builder
that's known to medical science.
Tho scrofulous affection of the
lungs that's called Consumption,
and every form of Scrofula and
blood-taints, all yield to it. For
Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood,
Bronchitis, Asthma, nnd all sevoro,
lingering Coughs, it's an unequalud
romedy. It's tho only ono that's
guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit
or cure, in overy ease, you havo
your nionoy back.
"Wo promiso to euro your Ca
tarrh, porfeotly and permanently,
no matter now liatl your caso or
of how long standing or we'll
pay you Snot)." That's what tho
proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Korncdy say to every sufferer from
5 SO I
M "3 I
Uatarrn. inu tney mean it.
SIXTY LIVES LOST
Awful Work of tho Hurricane
NOT A VESSEL THERE ESCAPED.
Tho Damago Done to Shipping and Prop
erty is Stupendous.
All rlantntloni About the l.lnnd De
stroyed Houses mid llnriis Gruitied Out
of UxUtonnu fievral Tersons Wont Mad
from Fear Tlio Night Wu One of U
trnmrt Terror Furthor DntHlls llxpoetetl
rAiui. Aug. 21. Later offlclal ndvloes
jukt received state that the calamity
which bni visited Martinique Is tho most
novero since the roar 1817. The disaster
la said to bo equal to the famous cyclono
which swept over the island of Autigua
So far as can ba learned thero have ,
been nearly 00 deaths as a result of tho
hurrienno's visitation, but It will bo
some tlmo boforo tho full oxtout of tho
disaster Is known.
At Port-de-Franco nlono thero havo I
boon 12 deaths. At St. l'lorro live per-
eons aro known to havo been killed; at
Lemontoa 10, Francois 10, Klvloro I'iloto
8 and at La Triulto 10.
At all the above placos largo numbers
of persons were injured.
Tho damago dona to shipping and
property is stupendous. About two
fifths of tho Island .was under cultiva
tion and tho mountain slopos were cov
ered with forosts; all tho torost and all
tho cultivation In tho path of the htirrl
cane appear to be swept away ami i
number of Uvea lost in tho country dis
tricts. Tho numerous sugar, colTeo, cotton and
cocoa plantations which have felt the
force of tho tornado scorn to have bcou
Houses and barns, Rtook houses and
Btables have been crushed out of oxlst-
once, and a considerable period must
elapse before tho Island recovers from its
Thero was somo wornlng of tho ap-
' l . .1 . if, I I 1 .1 j MJlVtM pile KM CtlHlillft frolll J,0 tO $5U0.
proach of tho terrible wind, and thusifflp; ui (ieuulue lliiml.orv,l, the
many of tho sailors escaped with their ! SlSW,M
lives. But ovon In this caso tho loss of rtj a llniiil-Si-irril Welt Mine,
lrfo Is not known. Soma of the vossols
appear to havo been carried bodily up tho
beach by tho fearful wind and waves;
othors foundered at their anchorage, and
others still alongside their wharves.
GHASTLY HANGING SCENE.
Tho Victim' Head Wai I'rnctloully Torn
from Ills Body
LrvEnrooL, Aug. 21. A sickening and
altogether frightful occurrence marked
tha execution of John Conway, who was
hanged hero for tho murder of the boy
As Berry, the hangman, was drawing
tho black cap over Conway's head tho
latter shouted: "Hold on. I want to
sny something." Berry repliod: "You
can't speak now," and was about to pro
coed with tho execution when tho priest,
who was In attendance upon tho crlminnl
upon tbo scaffold, haBtily interposed,
pushed tho hangman oaa side, and held
Conway's baud while tbo condemned
man, iu broken tones, asked forgivencsj
for his sins.
Only when the unfortunate wretch had
done speaking and when the priest hnd
replied to his plea for forgiveness did tho
latter permit the hangman to proceed.
Tho incident caused intense excitement
among those present at tho hanging, but
it was as nothing compared to tho horri
ble scone which was to follow.
In duo course of tlmo tho drop fell
and Conway disappeared from view.
Almost Immediately afterwards tho
priest began to read the confession of
the hanging man.
In this cpnfesblon Conway said that ho
was intoxicated when he murdered the
boy, and that his reason for taking tho
boy's life was that he had a morbid
curiosity to observe the prooess ot
While the priest was rending Conway'a
confession a streaming sound was heard
from tho scafiolu, as If a quantity of
wntl.r WR4 falling.
A hurried investigation was
mad a by
the hangman and by the prison officials,
and to their horror they found that tho
sound was caused by blood which wax
pouring upou tho floor from Conway's
The fall, It appoarfl, had been so severe
that the criminal's head hnd been prac
tically torn from his botly, in fact, the
head was only hold to tho body by tho
muscles of the nock.
Berry, of course, camo In for consider
able abuse, tho terrible bungling being
placed to his account alone.
People believo that this horrlblo hang
ing will lie freely used as an argument
in favor of tbo abolition of hanging ns
means of execution and tho substitution
of electricity for tha ropo.
Blr. tilndstone Explain.
London, Aug. 21. Mr. Gladstone has
written tor publicution a letter denyl tig
that be ever knew ot Mr. Parn all's se
cret whereabouts. Ho says ho never
commuuloatad with hi 111 by letter except
at bis offiolal address, the House ot Com
mons. Ho was oompslletl lust Novem
ber to write to Mr. Justin McCarthy, as
the ouly means of l-eaohing Mr. Paruell
before the caucus ifcet in room 15.
Mniiuiiient 1. dloatlnn at Uattysbare.
Gettysbciw, Pa., Aug. 21. The granite
monument on Culp's Hill of tho 160th
New York Infantry Raglmaut was dedi
cated during tha day. Ool, A. B. Smith,
of Pouubkeepvie, presided, and addresses
ware made by Colon! Uontlne, Chaplains
V.iasar and Allan aud Major Qorg
The Camp Mwetlna ()o4 On.
Ocean Gnovi, N. J., Aug. 81. Tha
camp meotlug at this place oontlnuaa
with unabated fervor. The meetings aro
well attended. Ocean Grove Is full o(
summer folks now, sod will ooutiuuu so
until tho sua of the camp lueetlug son
nlud Uudor Kouti's Cure.
Pittsbubo, Aug. 91. Dr. O. L Gum
mert of lliowusville, who took the Koch
treatment in Berlin, baa died ot oon
sumution. He was a member ot the
State Board ot Health.
lll.il llailgeil lit Midnight.
("Vi tsi 11.1, O., Au. 21 Blair, tha mur
derer, a.roiulrd tSie -.cuffutd with Arm
step a 1? 07 tuls murntui The drop fell
..1 I'.; i'ii Uis u-'oh. ivn, broken by the
f ,11 an 1 'is was prmouucod dead at 12:20.
A Shoe Drosiinrj must restore the bril
liancy of a worn shoe, and at the same time
frtttrvt tie toftrtets of the leather.
LADIES will the Dressing you arc
using do both? Try it t
1'our a dessert spoonful of your Dressing
into a saucer or butter plate, set it aside for
a few days, and it will dry to a substance
as hard and brittle as crushed glass. Con
such a Dressing be good for leather?
Wolffs AGME Backing
will stand this test and dry as a thin, oily
film which is as flexible as rubber.
25 Dollars worth of Hew Furniture for
25 Cents. HOW? By painting
25 square feet of Old Furniture with
WOLFF & RANDOLPH,
CS7 North Front Street PHILADELPHIA.
ABlt i.ir ngelilH for W. I,. IlollBlns Hlioes.
II mil lor snip In niir place iimIi nnr
denier tn m-nd for crimlou ue, secure the
UKcnrs. and gel ihein for voti.
UT TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
KT3 ClLHkRr' FOR
i3 OmgtU'e. CENTLENIEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEV?
It Is a B"atnlt'ssghoe, vtltlniotni'kiior wax thrf-ad,
to hurt Ihefet-ti nmilo or tbo bent Una calr, stylish
mul cany, and because trt! mal-ii mom thoes vf thl
grade than unit nth r manufacturer, it etjuals uand
fcowe ' ptmiM cimtilM from ALIO to $5.U0.
1110 unfit caic
to &12 no.
fKA Iliiliil-Sewed Welt Mini-, nno calf,
-4.vaVB sti Hull, cumlm uiulr ami durable. Tho bfab
shoe eor ollert'd At till, prine 1 snmo grnde as cua.
tcim-mailo sltocn costing rrnlil SMHl ro8 1.' (X
CRTS 50 I'oliro Mioet liinni-rs, ltallrnad Min
fllw. and Li'tU'rt'Hrrli'rsi.U woartuem: nnocalf.
miming".-, biihiiiu, in-,!!,., iii-iivy uirL'u suit's, tinien
stoii I'drf.' ouo pair will wenrniear.
SO 5l llni ciilfl no lioutr Khoo ovor ottered at
a thin prion; one trial wilt couIuco tnoso
who want a suo.' for comfort nnd nervico.
mid 'i.(IO WnrUliiginiin'n shoes
i-Ji-MB uro Tory stiviiiK mid iturulile H10.0 who
have ghen them a trial m III wear 110 other make.
iSnUc' S'J.IIO II nil SI. 7.1 Khnol hi s arn
OUJ worn by the hojseverywhere: thcysell
on their merits, an the lui te.islng sales show.
! flitfl iiQG 13. Of) Ilniiil-ix'vteil slioo, best
RmCiU Ivo llomrntn, eryntyllRti; eiiuals French
Imported slioi-scoiitliigrrom 8I.U1 to ftti.il.
Lnilli-s' a.50, .-J.IKI mul ftl.7.1 -hoei for
Misses aro tho hebt lino Uongola. htyllfh and durable.
I'autloii. see that W. I.. Douglas' name and
price are stamped on the In ittom or eaeh shoo.
W. Iu IKJUUI.AS, Brockton, Mass.
1 Green TrucR, Fine Gioceries,
Delawurerno phsdand o'.her fresh HMi right
from the toatsou 7 rldrys. Fietli
Greens from the Koulli.
Evan's Building;, E. Centre St.
(J. & il'iffiu us' ciM flonill
Everytlilug new and reh. Goods dell .'cred
touuy past, in hiivu.
St. C. KNK3HT & SON.
W, S. SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stand,)
Corner Coitl and Jaidni SlH.
Mr. Hnvder will always keep in stork a fli.e
line of boots und shoes.
Custom Work and Repairing:
done In the best style. He guarantees to sell
cheaper than competitors on Main Mltet who
nave oig rents 10 psy, hdu guuiauitesu genu
ine bsrgalu on overy purchase.
FIRE INSURANCE 1
treit ttd Elicit UUt Fmilj Cash CinKtlU
no B, Jardln Street
BEAD QUARTERS FOR
Pure Ice Cream !
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and EETAIL,
Orders promptly attended to. Pari icular at
tention nam to lis us, t'lenics,
IF. 3IDITDE: A.T
NORTH MAIN STREET,
WHY iS THE
W. L. DOUGLAS
Ntr Corner of 1.14yd, IHENAMJ0AH, PENNft
CHEAP AND STRONC,
SOother styles 5-A Nets, p'lres to suit alt
WJI. AYltESiStiONS, 1'HII. AUELPU1A.
tfoJd by all ddulers.