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THE LAXATIVE Alio NUTRITIOUS JUIOF
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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. No Chemicals
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iaj Much Valuolilo information rillCIC. Addreaa,
ii. 111. CO.. eS llreadwuv. Sew Iferk
WAR SCARE IS OYER
Coiiildonco in Evory Depart
mcnt nt Washington.
NOTHING SERIOUS NOW FEARED.
Bcnor Montt is Thought to Hava Brought
About 0, Oomploto Understanding. I
The Instructions tuOur Navy In Chilian
Waters Minw that is Strict Neutrality
Was Detnnnded Jorge Montt Offered
the Presidency of Chill The Excite
ment Fast Dying; Out.
WAsniNOTOs, Nov, 3. For the first
time since the recejpt of the original
warning dispatch from Cape, bchloy a
(reek ago giving details of the brutal
treatment of the American sailors at
Valparaiso, a feollng of confidence per
vades every department of the Govern
ment to-day in regard to a paclQo out
tome of tho Chilian dWlculty.
Both Secretary Ulaino and Secretary
Tracy havo expressed themselves within
El hours to the effect that nothing seri
our was now fearod by the Administra
tion. Their confidenco Is believed to be due
greatly to leprcsentatlonB which were
made to them by Senor Montt, tho
Chilian Clinrge in Washington. Senor
Montt has labored nsslduously from the
day of Ills introduction to the Secretary
of State to brinK about a complete un
derstanding botween the two govern
ments. His ollorts to convey to his own gov
ernment a true Impression of the feeling
in tho United States havo been crowned
with gratifying success, and he took oc
casion to give to tho Secretary of tho
Navy and tho Secretary of State yester
day assurances of tho friendly attitude
which be has reason to believo has been
assumed by those in authority at San
tiago. At tho first interview with Mr. Ulaino
the Secretary of State impressed very
strongly upon Senor Montt the fact that
in his ulfort to preservu the peaceful re
lations between tho two UovernmontB,
tho Secretary depended to a largo oxteut
upon tho discretion anil tact of tho '
Chilian ropresontatlvo hero, who was
lu a position to Judge from personal ob
servations of the real sentiment of tho
American people and of the firm but
pacific attitude of tho Administration.
Sonor Montt, the Chilian Minister, had
along conference with Secretary Tracy
yesterday morning, and about noon tho
two went to the State Department to
gether, and the conference continued
with Secretary Ulalne, Mr. Traoy tak
I lng part in it. It is entirely outside
' diplomatic usage for a foreign Minister
I to communicate officially with any but
! the Secretary of State, and the confer-
ence between Montt aud Tracy is causing
Senor Montt loft Washington last 11 1 nil t
for New Orleans, to be gone until next
week. Ho declined to say anything re
specting his visit to the State and Navy
Departments, but expressed the belief
that matters were progressing satisfac
torily aud deprecated the publication of
sensational and trouble breeding stories.
Secretary Tracy has made public his
instructions issued to our naval squad
ron in Chilian waters during tho recent
internal struggle in that unhappy coun
try. Tho correspondence shows the deep
solicitude ths administration felt in
preserving tho Btrlctost neutrality bo
tween the contending forces, and it
shows further that Admiral McCunn
faithfully rellectad this solicitude In his
instructions to his officers and men,
Lonoox, Nov. 8. A dispatch last
night from Valparaiso says that the
presidency lias been offered to Jorgo
Montt aud that Congress will reopen
All political prisoners havo been re
leased. The excitement is fast dying
out and it is believed tho government
is now willing to settle all claims made
by foreigners who havo been injured.
How the New Lnw Is Evaded.
Johnstown, Ph., Nov. 3. Under the
new law affecting company or "pluck
mo" stores evasion seems to he easy.
Wood, Morrell He Co.'s store of that
character hare has for throe months been
managed by the Penn Traffic Company.
But the Cambria Iron Company's work
men say they ure compelled just as thoy
used to bo, to trade at the company storo.
Clorks who wore coinpalled to pjculuto
from theso stores lu order to pleco out
beggarly salaries and live, have been
discharged and new ones take tholr
places this mouth; but salaries have not
Now York Custuma lteport.
Washinqton, Nov. 8. Tho Treasury
Department has prepared a statement
showing that tho receipts from customs
at New York for tho six months ended
September 35, 1881, were $28,583,890
Io-s than for the corresponding six
months of 1890.
To Consult Willi the Jonilt Clilof.
Home, Nov, 8. Pope Leo has sum
moned Father Andorledi, Chief of tlio
Jesuits, to Home to consult with him
regarding the state ot tho Ohurch. Tho
Pilgrim Party at the Vatican has been
completely discredited and superseded
by the Jesuits.
Frost lu England.
London, Nov. 8. England has been
visited with sharp frosu lately. Advices
from Hamburg report heavy snowstorms,
with the thermometer 7 degrees below
Doylestown ships 4,000 quarts of milk
Sir Edwin Arnold will read at Phila
The miners strlko In Pittsburg will ba
declared off very soon.
Joseph P. Hoblnson's mother and
wife were buried together at Trappe,
The diructors ot the Pennsylvania
Railroad mot yesterday and declared a
semi-auuual dividend of throe per cent.
Executions issued tigalust John P.
Kite's Norristown property indicate that
business troubles lo.l him to disappear.
I He is in wth Carolina
' Only 1,000, which was $1,000 short
of ths fund required to claim the
State's $24,000 appropriation, was net-
tod by the Chester Hospital fund bazaar.
highest of all in Leavening Power.
AN AWFUL CATASTROPHE.
Sir. Forceps, llelng Unduly Inquisitive,
Una n Pretty llurd Time of It.
"Copyrighted by Lee & Khepard, lloston, and
published by special arrangement with them. I
Those of our readers nccpiaintetl on
Monsou street will remember that the
roof to Mr. Forceps' saloon adjoins his
house and is approached by two win
dows. One of theso windows is in Mr.
forceps' bedroom. On this roof Mrs.
Forceps has spread hesi tilling tomatoes
with a view to hastening their ripeness.
Last Wedtiesdny she put live more with
their fellows, making thirty In all. Tho
Forcepses havo a uicco vtsiting with them
a young lady named Hall, of Thomas
ton. She has made the acquaintance of
many of our young peoplo.and on Wed nes
day night several of them got together to
give her n serenade.
Providing themselves with requisite
instruments the young men took up a
position near this addition we speak of
and struck up on the instruments. Mrs.
Forceps was first awakened by the music,
and nudged her husband. Ho nlsn nwoko.
The music was grand not loud or coarse,
but soft, low and harmonious. Mr. For
ceps was very much pleased, nnd got up
to tho window to hear it. Then Mrs.
Forceps got up also, nud retylug her
nightcap stood beside Forceps. "They're)
serenading Ellen," said she. "1 know
It," said Forceps. "Who can tlioy be?"
the asked. "1 don't know, I'm sure,"
snid he; "but 1 suppose 1 could find out
If 1 could creep out on tho root and look
liYtri... .....'j'i ..i.l .,i. !...
I uvci, 11) UUU L JUIU nuiu rue, 11C1
j curiosity increasing. "I'm afraid they
I might see me," ho said. "I don't think
they would," she said. "They wouldn't
be looking up on the roof, would the'?"
Mr. Forceps thought a moment, and
i then concluded that no one could see
him, as the moon had gone into a bank
of clouds und objects were quite dim.
t And then ho softly opened tho blind nnd
cautiously crawled out on the shingles,
completely incased in red Uannel under
clothes und a nightcap of the same rich
material The music still continued,
coming up through the night air in
I waves of ecstatic harmony. Mr. For
' cepts sat down on tho roof and labori
ously worked his way to the caves.
Then he lifted himself up to turn over
and look down; and just then he stepped
on something soft and yielding, felt his
feet give, made a desperate clutch at tho
shingles, was too lute, gave a piercing
shriek aud shot off the roof, and went
revolving und howling in among tho
band, followed by tho tomatoes, and
madly cleaving the air witlt his red
flannel limbs. He struck on his back on
the bass viol, and witlt one leg tore tho
entrails from an accordiou.nnd with the
other knocked all the keys from a silver
The man who played tho bass viol was
driven senseless into a pile of pea brush,
and the iluto player, with his mouth full
of blood and splinters, jumped over the
fence and iled. What became of tho
others Mr. Forceps does not know, ho
being too busily engaged in getting on
his feet und into tho house to muko a
critical examination of the field. It is
presumed the bass viol man died on tho
spot, and was surreptlously removed
and buried by his companions, as there
was no sign of mm about tho premises
in tho morning,
Over $30,000 d ninago was done tn the
Lorlllard Tobacco Factory, Jorsoy City,
by ure yesterday.
Dr. Win. T. Mlllan, who has been
missing from Perrinville for several days,
is thought to have been murdered.
Hie police of Elizabeth fuel confident
that Michael Survle Is the mur.lorer of
Francesco Lombardo, killed Sunday
Argumonts on tho npplloation of a re
count for a recount of the votes oast in
the Newark charter elections will be held
on November 11.
Edward Sheehan attempted suicide
yesterday by cutting his throat with i
razor at the home ot his daughter in Ho
William Wright, alias "Ilar-foot
Hill," the ox-dog catcher of Camden,
has boen arrested for highway robbery
Sylvester lioou is the complainant.
It was announced yesterday in Newark
that the formal transfer of tbo South
Orange horse car litis will be mada to
the Nework i'asenger Hallway tjoinpany
within a few days.
John Tabor ot Newark, while gunning
In South Orange yesterday, was ordered
bv two highwaymen to tuso over hi
mouey. He leveled his shotguu at them
Instead aud the men run away.
U. & Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
A walk to the mini try these autumn
(Ihvh is truly uxhlterulliig ami delight
ful. Babios Can't Eat Applo Dumpling,
But they can havo gilt-eded attacks of
WlndOolic. Dr. Hand's Colic Cure al
ways cures it. Free samples for n 'ow days
at J. M. Hlllan nnd 0. J. McCarthy's drug
Screen doors, revolving funs nud fly
paper can soon go into winter quar
ters. Alva's Draz an Hiiecirtn Co. --T wish in
buiriuy gmierul testimony to the virtues ol
y air iiidKto.il cure for klnjc s evil.
y ,ur 111agto.11 cure for klns evi
-My nephew, now nine ves
scrofulous, in.d nlUictel with awellliij. Mire
eyes, etc , In soil ol doct'irs uod t, nod purl-
nera, Kepi growing worae, on iio.titu ueoi'ne
broken, bis uocic was lull of lump. o o
lirge ooe,B running ore and tueoaien cmed
nopeleM. Oue month's ti-ie or the ('actus
Cure, lo toe aHtoiilshm i,t of everyboty,
drove nwav the lumps, healed the sore, and
cured the eyes.
He lus never felt or nppured so well in
years, ndwfeel ilia lili llfe-long troubles
nreU"dor oon.rol or your wonderful merit,
clue, lor which we c.iiinot be loothn iKftil.
MB. Ja.N sIK WYT,
SK West 27th St., New om.
Hold at ICtrlln's Drugtitore,b'erguaou House
"Stop my Icp," is what the Ice dealer
A Fatal Mistake,
l'hyslolni.s make no mure fatal mistnke
than when i boy Inform p itlents til it nervous
heart trouble, co no from the slomsci nnd
are of little on-equenre. Dr. IVuiklin
Mil, the tinted Iudlaua speohills , lias
proven the contrary in bis new Ixiok on
"Hoart D k-huh " wnleh may be bad froe at
C, II, Iligeu 'ticii's drug alore who tm tranters
and reooinin ud- Dr. Mih-s u tquultd Now
Heart Cure, whiuh h.i Hi - large! stleol anv
heart reine ly in tne world. It cure norvom
'nd orKiinie he.irt disease, short breath,
tliilerlng, piitn or tendr-rneas lu the side nrm
or shoulder, Irreit ilar i.ulse raliitini,siiiotlir
ing, dropsy, etc Ills UeMurallve Nerviuo
cures hO-ulai'he, Ills, etc.
The fulling leaves havo commenced
to cover thegrouml.
Mllos' Norvo ana Lilver PHIs
Act on a new principle reiculatlng the
liver, stomach and bowels thimiuh the nerves
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Hills speedily
sute blllousne-ei, bad taste, torpid liver, piles,
constipation Uuequnled lor men, womsn,
rhlldreu. Smallest, mil test, surest I 5does,
5cl8. Samples Fret,, at (J. II. Hagenbuch's
The matrimonial market appears to
he growing more lovely.
How to Suonood.
This Is the ere it urohlcin of II le which few
Hatlhfaclorlly solve, home lull because ot
poor hiaillli, olhers wain, ol lurk, biv tne
majority from di-tlclent crll want of nerve.
Tiiey are nervous, Irri solute, cha liveable.
easily get the bluos end "take the Kplrlts
diwntokeep the spirits up," thus waning
money, time, opportunity ami nerve force.
There Is nothing like til" ItestorailveNeivlne,
dls nvered by Ibe Kreat speeUllnt, Dr. Miles,
cure nil nervous di-ease. us headache, the
blues, nervous pro-ttnitiou, sieeplesne-s,
neuralgia, St. Vltm dice, llts, and hyMe'i.i.
Trial bottles nnd flue boos of te-tlmoulals
fiee at C II. llageubuch's drug store.
Confectioners aiv a ready nrermnnir.
for ll.M Imli.lov r rml..
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you heed the w uliur? Th signal ir-
luosof the Mire iinur-MOli of Hint more lr
riblu disease. Consumption. Ask y mrselves
if you oanitnord for the sake or aav ne i
ceuls, to run the risk aud do nothing for It
A e know from experience that Million's Cur- i
illCuri your Cough. II never falls. This '
4xpisius wny more inau it ivinnou rtotiitu,
jrereso'dthe past year. It relieves Croup
md Wboppiuir (Jouuli at onoe Motners do
ml ue witnoiiu. for uuna nao't, niu o'
'heal, useMblloh's Porous )' aster. 8.ld by
'. II. Uageubuch, N K. eoruor Vlalu and
November will have five Sundays
ami live Monday wash days.
Shlloh's Oonsumption Ouro.
This Is beyond question the most sac
lesilul Couzh Medicine we have eivr sow.
t tew doses Invariably cure the wo at oases ol
lugii, croup, aua uroucimis, wane ua wou
term! sucoe-s lo tbo euro of Consumption la
vlthout a ivtrallel In the blstnrv of indiPlne.
mice it's first dlkoovory it nas boen sold on n
uarantee, a test wuicu no otner meuieine
'an sland. It you li tve a Couh we earnestly
nk you to try It. l'rtoe 10 cent", 6') cents, and
I.U0. ir your uungs are nore, oumi or naoi
ame, nseHhlloh's I'orous 1'laHer. Hold bf
. H. Ilagenbuch, N. K, ooruer tlatn aud
Dtvlik'lit is creeping away from us
ut Hie nue of three in inn ten per iluv.
To Our Readers.
Arayou troubled With Consuintitlou ora
leepseated Cold. If so lake healthy exeroi-e.
live In open air, use l'au Td a I'mghaud
r msuniptlon Cure, and iw cured. Don t
lelay. Trial botlles Ireent Kirliu'a drug store
BE A MAN
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PtHFICT IN f ORM 1-MATCHltSS IN WARI
00 fcUXXoai weft la aooituu (or auiwari men ttiu
puuf Dojtai liinn wtrt pmtodina.
Evry UAN can b 8TRUN0
ftiid viooaous In ill rciptcti.
YOUNQ MEN OR OLD,
fafftrlns from NERVOUS DE-
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Worry. Stunted BiTlocmnt, or
my PEREOMAL WEASKESS, c&n to
rtitoretl to PERFECT HEALTH
tho NOBLE VITALITY Ol BTUOHO
MEN, tbo Prldo ond powtrcf Katloot.
Wo claim by yearn of practice by
our exclusive methoflu a uniform
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BiaHTa xoa can do xtuix ulbtuklu at Titouianao
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A monktyn Matt AVIin Took Uevrnge fop
PKF.KSKII.L, N. Y., Nov. 0. Chtrle
Bllsch, proprietor of the Es'l" liotsl
here, was stmt and killed yesterday af
ternoon in tils o 111 00 by a man known it
II. lletls of Brooklyn.
Iletts came Into the office, where sev
eral people were present, and said to
"You have roblipd me of my wife and
children and broke up my family and of
Then he drew a rovolver nnd fired
twice, tho first ball taking effect ltt
Bllsch's breastbone, nnd the second la
the left Bhoulder-blade, causing death la
a few mlnutos.
Betts was arrested and takon to Whits
It was said by Betts that Bllsch met
Mrs. Betts In Brooklyn and had alienated
her affections from him.
The National Union of the Cabinet
Makers of Germany has at present over
The total membership of the Locomo
tive Knglneers' Mutual Life InsurHtico
Association is at present 11,002, of which
7,104 are Insured for $1,500.
The deserted farms in Now England
are to be utilized in the raising of
sheep. Many of these farms can bo
bought at from $3 to $13 per acre.
Tho wages of thu men working at tho
June Factory Company, Belvldore, 111.,
having been reducod, thoy organized a
uulon, the loaders of which were at onco
discharged. A general strike is im
minent. The organized clgar-makors of Penn
sylvania have decided to appeal to tho
Unlto I States Supremo Court against
tho decision of their State Court lu re
gard to thn label of tho Cigar-Makers'
From the Westinghouso nlr-brako
factory a large number of worklngmeu
have boon discharged, as the superin
tendent says, because they were mada
superfluous by Improved machinery; but
tho men allugo that the ulssmissal was
determined upon because they belongod
to labor organizations.
-liy He Declared Otr.
riTTSBURO, Tn., Nov. !. It Is con
fidentially expected that at ho conven
tion of railroad miners now in session
in this city, the miners strike will be de
clared off. The strike was inaugurated
three weeks ago. The strike lias cost
the ton thousand miners Interested about
$750,O0T in wages lost, while the opera
tors havo suffered the loss of the Lake
trade for tho year, as the seasou has
almost passed, nnd they will have now
only the local market to supply. A great
many of the diggers have ulready ro
turuod to wni-k.
NEW Yfilllt NEIVS IN ISKIEF.
Tho big chrysanthemum show opened
in New York yesterday.
Burglars, who oscnped, blow open the
postolllce safe nt Clayton aud ob
tained $CG3 In stamps and money.
The Quassalck National Dank ot New
burgh had $29,010.09 ou deposit with
thu Maverick Bank at tho time It closed
Tho Bargo Oflico authorities nro still
undecided what to do with John Mid
ler nud his lstor Marguerite, who wore
married under misrepresentation oil
their arrival iu this country.
NEWS OF THE UAV.
The Census Office lias announced the
population ot Mississippi as 1,289,000,
against 1,181,597 in 1880.
The cabin in which Sitting Bull was
klllellast winter will be exhibited ut
the World's Fair.
The monthly debt statement lssuoa
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creirnte of tlie ileiit ilurtmr the last
month anioutillir to SI 290 fi'2 1
monin anioiuiug to 91,,0.1.
In tho onse of P. A. llenson, ot Fort
T .1 . i i ,
Leavenwortli, Kansas, suntoneod to ba
bnnirad Novumbor 5. Prosidont Harrison
Iihs granted u respite until Fobruury 3,
Whllo a fnrnier named Jackson, accom
panied by his wife and child, was driv
ing over tho New York, Lake Krlo &
Western Hnllro.nl track nt Aurora, O.,
his wagon was struck by a locomotive,
all three of the occupants lwlng killed.
Wasuinotov. Nov. 3, Tor Now Eng
land: Coutinuol ooldor; generally northerly
winds and fuir weather, slightly warmer Wed
nesday. For Eastern New York, Eastern l'onusyl
vunla. Now Jersey, Deluwaro nnd Maryland;
(outnuod colder; goueriilly northerly
winds und fair w outlier, slightly warmer
l;or Western Now York and Western Penn
sylvania; Fair, vuriablo winds: ellght chnuges
lu tcmiHiruturc; wuriuer und gonerully fulr
NEW VUI1IC MAKKETS.
Nbw York, Nov. S.-SIoney on caU eaiy at
3 per oeut,
tHiindhiti l'acino 7H
Loiitrul l'iicin 'iiSil
LhiuHo, llur. .VQnliiay Ua-tu
Duluware 4e Hudson lUMd
Del. Liiuk. a U oalern la
lk rhore UdH
Louis Sc Nash 7K
AlichUun Unitral , M7
Mhaioiiri I'nuiHc tMH
New Jorsoy cutr.il UIH
tnefoo NatUfatioii H
l'ucltlo Mail mi
Hock Island 8
Bt l'au 71
Union l'aoillc 4U
Wheat Mai k ituptueil strong uud remained
s 1 turoujliou. day No. 3, red wlnUW olo.ed
loui Nov.. 104 a: Jan.. 107W.
Uorn--tai lo t opouud llrai and aloaed firm
No. a., mixed, 7.; JSov., ujjj; uoo., 07
Oats - vlurket dull. No. 3. uiiied, 37a.3;i
Cremuory. rtata It l'enn.. extras. 80 as30 0,
Irotiiuory, waastakrn, nrsts 2U n,us e.
Biuto luotorv. full cream. Snot, fanoy . .OtyiO!
Mine I.iolorv, lull eioam. Aug. faiioy...u..ibaj
rtate luuloi v. lull er uiu. hue UVliI
Srntn fuolorv. f nil 01 (41101. iroo.1 In ItrillluU al
btutu luotory, couiuiuu tu tair 7 aS(i
1,1V a! VOULTHY
fprnig c-hiokens, eh loe, lame porbl. Ua
Bprlog ohickens, pi hue U aUll
lunls, Jersey, St.ileii'a., gierlu..., u,i a
'I'urkev, mixed weights, per lb 13 altl
bp'gchli'., l'hlla,, JB-lIb, to pair... 3d a4
Ifrrt tihn laying
eomtthtng Ji Alii
COOTS A KP SHOES
COr l KM ITT I
Wolff sO Blacking
NEVER oft Mann inn nrirr
U'ATEIU'ltOOF nnd warranted to prrarrve
leather, itm! ki p it anil snd durable.
10C Will pay for the Cot 10c
'Jc 3InaTr..rltoItiil,y, yC
IOC Kmnlil,0ml, 10C
"JQq or other Coatly Ciluaa. "JOq
a FOR GLASs WILL do it.
WOtlr A RANDOLPH. Philadelphia.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
Purifies the blood by ex
polling tho impuiities through
the proper channels and never
causes eruptions on the skin.
Regulates the bowels Cures
dyspepsia, liver and kidney
troubles, tones up the system
and gives you anappetite.
Never fails ' objure any con
dition produced by impure or
impoverished blood, or a dis
ordered stato of stomach, liver
SoM at Klrlin'6 Drug Store,
Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa,
Aalc my nactils for V. I.. Dntt<is Hhnea.
Ir not lor aule lu )our pluci nak your
denli'i l send for cntiiloKile, nccuru tho
nseiicy, and seel iliem lor you.
CSTTAIIE SO bfIl.VriTUTE.iU
S3 SHOE CENTLErVlEM
I THE BEST SHOE III THE WORLD FOn THE MONEY?
ilt U n si,.inilu-4 shiie. null no tueka or wax thread
to hurl the feet; allele of the best lluo calf, stylish
nnd eaiy, unil bri-nuae ire tmiln nioiv slwcx of this
firtule tlttinnuit ttthrr matiitfnftuier. It equals hautl
sewoil alio, a custltigr fiutn 81.141 to&.j HU.
1 OtMieillllue llnud-MCMcd, the finestcalC
aPUa alum owr olTereil fur $5.1X1; equals trench
IniniHteil Mlinea which rn.l from fts.ll t to SI 2.11.
a m no Hoi
mi ..iiuu-ncnru tifii ruoe, iiiio can.
st Ilsti, rnmrnrtahle null duruhte. 1 he beat
hoo ever offer.
ahoe ever offered ut tliU pi Ice t auiuu grade as ens-
, tun, m.Kierihoi ai-nhitnL. from aii.iaitoa'i.io.
I Q. .,U INlllec r.hoei Kariuera, Uiillroail Mara
5J5. andla-tu-rl'iirrli isult wi-.irtliem; Iluocatr,
wnndi hin.ioiu hisi.i,. h.,ny ihno soles, extcn.
slnn eilao. tine pull' will wear 11 jenr.
or. S flue Vniri ii,.l iierahooeer offered at
! Paa this in ley, one trlul will couWueo thase
11 h', want 11 Hhoe for eoiiifort unil airvlcu.
60 'JlA and 8'J,tM W01 klinciuitu's shoes.
Pasta are ery atroni; ntul (hiraltle. Ihoso who
hao given them a trial will wear 110 other make.
ucl 8vi.no und I.?.a sellout allots are
DUfo worn bylhii boseeryheret theysetl
cm their merits, aa the llu-reanliis a ilea show.
nrliAR 9.11,11 llino-HI'aat'O miuu, ijpb.
Iks Calk it;c$ lioutiola, t-rvat) Ibh; equuls French
niporii'u HuoeseoHiirBirnni uuu 10 n.iai.
I. a, lies' '. .'ill. S-2.UO mid 1.73 shoo for
Mlsoesaro the best tlni' IIoiikuIu. st Huh and Uurable.
Cilllllon. See that W. I.. llmuUaV lunio and
price are stamped on the bottom of each shoo.
W I 1H1IO.I M l!n.L-tn Vna.
piQQ North Fourth St.,
the culr ftvDuine i. rwa An t riot
I-DMtkilUl Id lb L'ulU-tl fcttt bo li
bio w curt Blood Poison,
Nervous Debility spc
cl..l Dlsonses Bl
Hhiu DtxaMa m-d hxuPJni In tbo
Rlitchekt. Piwiili-n, Fmpllonf, wft or
tiar-l I'lof-ra, hwilllngi, Irrlttlon,
luilktiniuftllaBt oixl ItODDlnfi.
tStrioturc. Wekn- oul trly
fJT, 1ot memory wuk mental onilHT. Minfy
litkvl I- r Dlwairs Bint all DlM'tm toultion from '
lii.litvtritlom.r Ot. rwork. Hiwnt rnrnl in 4 i" o ij
Mkf al omw Ho not to hop, no matlr what !lI.!!S
liNinK r.- ior. Quack 1 omili or Hi-cMal Tlif Pktan ha- fall'd.
nr. THt.hi. cut- po(lvrly i't"'' '"" n,"m
btriooM nlD VIiMI MII'I'La 41RO I TH"! COItTIMM 4T1H
iRtiikni rich or prttir. 'i i in."i m a
TRUTH' l"f Onuihi unl r w.irn ti-ftt'' i iaio.
H.hiiI Aiilv from 9 to 1 MMti9 Vl ar, l fcal.
B' I lo 10 Rumia- B till 11 rft- or rU .nr. f
for KonnDOtw x w an -"a Bimra.j run. ..a-
A FINE SHOW
If you waut to a Hoe dUpluy of li ots aud
W. S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stand,)
Corner Coal nud Jiiidlu H'h.
WHY IS THE
WD L, DOUGLAS
Ciistotu Work iiiitl Ilcpnirltic
Done In the best tyU.
a'bon WaMlbltKi wtth thuairt anti'i. i- t J -'-qaontly
followin ( ! r
.ii'Uonal Wi.liitf-r . i , , - 1 ,l 1 '
Uoo Dt nuO"'lM.- .
'EM ALE ti tvih
tjjrarw Kirunct' 1
I taint). W mi
BRIOKEH Al. I).
PHYSIOIA N ANDSt,, ,
o;KiUit Centre Htreet, Mnaoy Ony, m
tfclo d all spsotail disease a an ' y