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THE LAX A I ive AMD NUTRITIOUS JUtOC
PIQG OF QALlFOWNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
nnd effective laxative to perma
nently cure HabUuel Consti
pation, and the many Ills de
pending on a vreak or inactive
. condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER ARB BOWELS.
It it thennit ezcatWat remedy Vassal to
CLEANSE THESrSTFN ErTECTUHLLY
Whan one U Hiliui or Coeatipaud
PURE BLOOD, MPftMHMC SLBIP,
ItlALTM mwl STMHKtTII
Every one Is using It and all arc
delighted with it.
ask voun onuaosT ton
wsr.xrE" oi arxes-
MANUFACTURED OHLY OV
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN mANCISCO, CAL.
uiuismiB. icr new youk. a. r.
GOLD HEDA1, IA3I8, 1878.
from which the excess of
oil has Imen removed, is
and it its Soluble.
are used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily diobsted,
nnd admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocors cvarywhero.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
ElcV ncaflacho and rcUeye aU the trmblag fncf
dent to a btlloue etate of the aTatem, suoh $Jt
Clzzloess, liauaea, Drowalnees, ntfitraw aftee
catlog, l'aln lu. tho Side, tc While their mott
f cmarkable encceaa Has dock snows la canafj
HoaSiche. yet Carter's IJtUe Liter rilifl en
equallr valuable in Gonetlpat Ion, curlugandpre
cntin thlaanncfinftcomp!aint.whUe they alas
Itver and regulate the bowels. Svenlf ttieyoolj
Buffer t romtblsdlBtreaalnffcoiuplainti butfortu
xtatelythelr(;ooitneaadooenotendhere,&ndthoee who once tryth&mlUfiud thoso little pilla valu.
Ablelasomony waysthattiiey win not be 1I.
aing to do without ttcm. But af tor allatci hi4
is the bano of to many-Uvea that here It where
IweiaaVoourcit hvit. Our piUa.HrItnhil3
OarUr'a Z-ttla TJ.v Pills aro very unlit and
very aay to take. One or two pills znaV? dose.
Thoy are itrletly anetAble and do not ffrlpe or
tiu but by Unr nen He actloa plaaee alt who
caethem. Irviltt55oonUt are far ft. EoU
ly draj;gkU erarfba- cr tint by bulU.
CARTER WEXICWI C., Hew York;
SMALL PILL. SMALL BfiSE. SMALL PRIGS
Dank Countors.Tyler 8yctam, Port
ablo, Unoqualed In Styles,
Cost and Finish, , , t at
UOrage CalHlopue of Country, ImtsL ete.( lilutrttM la
Color. lionl u t ri't r-,lgB 16 IVuti.
Ofticc ltt-kUs and Type
(rrUcr Cabinet, xu
N( j le. ttttst and cheap
I t-Ht on t'rrtb, wltb grat
l.U I nice fftUiocu Frtf.
ro.iAKe It elk lull llao ol
tl-ttlm, TftbU. Ornnk
Vrt TaliRida, tfjttA Rlaftk
Cnn:rl, ftf. iUijiIi iturk.
U' . !! i r. mu6 lu (tnlcr.
Tl-i:K UESKCC, St. JLou1. M. 1 U.S.A.
ii.it ai-u r iLj-Ui. tct ik
3 MAW. MiBU WIlIi b'4
urn Mikltf. JtfffJ
1 vi n u.ia .anv u t ..rwra ut. r ituu
'rtitr, b rttara
"i 'lda.. fZ
Ma.lt. l,.litJO i
Wo hate I'u.UtvnCure for theeiftruurlt abuta.
ef beiuall'owrr, Iiupoujacy Ac. tinirrtatll ourlaltnla
cur Sn'inow will Mad one Cull Haul h'a tledlclaa
Baker & Co.'s
THE BUBEATJ DEA"7EH
SELECTIONS FROM THE WRITINGS
OF THE DANBURY NEW3 MAN.
What's the line nl Telling a Itan Ahonl
Anything, Kspeclnlly When lilt WIN
Doesn't Know Anything About ItT Mr.
Copyrighted by Lee A Khcpard. Docton, and
published by epcclal arrangement with thrut.l
Tbe wan who will invent a bureau
drawer which will move out and la'
without a hitch will not only secure a
fortune, but will attain to aa eminence
in history not second to the rreateet
warrior There is nothing, perhaps
(always excepting a stovepii), that will
ko tixasperat a man at a bureau drawer
which will not shut It Is a drecptivo
article. It will start off all riebt. then
it pnnres nt one end while, tly other
swings in aa far as it can. It is the cus
tom to throw the whole weight of the
person ngaiust the end which sticks. If
any one has succeeded in closing a
drawer by so doing, he will confer o
favor by sending his addrera to this
office. We have seen men do this eer-
cral times, and then run from the other
cide of tbe room and jump with both
feet against the obstinate end. This
doesn't appear to answer the purpose any
oetter, but it is very siitisfyuis. Mrs.
Holcomb was trying to shut a bureau
drawer Saturday morning, but It was an
abortive ellort Finally she burst into
tears Then Mr Holcomb told her to
stand aside and see him do it.
"You see," observed Mr Holcomb
with quiet dignity, "that the drawer is
all awry. That's what makes it Btick.
Now anybody but a woman would see
at onco that to move a drawer standing
in that position would be impossible. 1
now bring out this other end even with
the other, so; then 1 take bold of both
knobs and with an twmal pressure from
each hand the drawer moves easily in.
The dreadful thing moved readily for
ward for a distance of nearly two inches,
then it stopped abruptly.
"Ahl" observed Mrs. Holcomb, begin
ning to look happy gain.
Mr. Holcomb very properly mnde no
response to this ungenerous expression;
but he gently worked each end of the
drawer to and fro, but without euccess.
Then he pulled the drawer all the way
out, adjusted it properly and started it
carefully back. It moved as if it was
on oiled wheels. Mr. Holcomb smiled.
Then it stopped. Mr. Holcomb looked
"Perhaps you ain't got the ends ad
justed," suggested the unhappy Mrs.
Mr. Holcomb made no reply. Were It
not for inureased fluel) in his face, it
might have been doubted if he heard
tho remark at all, He pushed harder at
the drawer than was apparent to her,
but it didn't move. H tried to bring it
back again, but it would not come.
"Are you sure you have got everything
out of hero you want?" he finally aBked,
with a desperate effort to appear com
posed. 'Ohl that's what yon aro stopping for,
is it? Uut yon needn't. 1 have got what
1 wanted, you can shut it right up."
Then she smiled a very wicked smile.
He grew redder in the face, and set
his teeth firmly together, and put all his
fctrength to the obdurate drawer, whilo
a hard look gleamed in his eye.
But it did not move. He pushed harder.
"(Joh, oohl" he groaned.
"I'm afraid you haven't got the ends
adjusted," she maliciously suggested.
A scowl 'settled on his face, while ht
strained every muscle in, the pressure.
"What dumb fool put this drawer to
gether, I'd like to know?" h snapped
out. She made no reply, out sne ten
that she had not known such happiness
since the day she stood before the altar
with him, and orange blo&soms in her
"I'd liko to know what In thunder
you've been doing to this drawer, Jane
Uolcombr he jerked out.
'1 ain't done anything to it," she re
1 know better, he asserted.
Well, know what you please, for all
I care," she sympathitingly retorted.
The cords swelled up 011 his neck and
the comers of his mouth grew white.
I'll shut that drawer or 1 11 kuow the
reason of itl" he shouted; and he jumped
up and gave it a passionate kick.
"Uh, my" sne'exoiauneu.
He droimed oil Ins knees again and
grabbed hold of the knobs ami swayed
" . . 1 . . .... ll ...lt..
auu pjlsnen at mem wim ma ihijih.
But it didn't move.
"Why in Heaven's name don't you
open the window? Do you want to
smother mo?" ho nassionately cried.
It was warm, dreadfully warm. The
perspiration stood in great drops on his
face, or ran down into ins neck. The
birds sang merrily out the door, and tho
L'lad sunshine av In colden sueew upon
the earth: but he did not notice them. He
would have civen five dollars if he had
not touched the accursed bureau; he
would have given ten If he bad never
hii burn. He threw all his weight on
both knobs. It moved then It went to
itli n Buddennens that -threw
him from Ills balance, and brought his
burning face against the bureau witu
force enough to skin his nose and fill his
eyes w(th water to a degree that was
Then he went out on the back.stoop
and sat there for an hour, scowling at
, tlm vnOHTY. J- M UlTt.KX.
flighest of nil in Leavening I'owr.
DR. HALL'S CALISTHENICS.
Hun the Theory Was Tatted by a Yanna;
(CopjTlEttKi by Lee A Shrpard, Boston, and
pablUhr 1 by special arrangement with thru.)
Dr. Hall says tbote people who are
tronbled with cold feet at bedtime
should bend over and smartly slap the
calves of their legs for about Gve min
utes. This struck a young man who
'boards on Essex stroet to be about as
sensible n piece of advice as he ever
beard. So he put it to the test after dis
robing himself on Saturday night He
bent over and pounded away at himself,
and all the time made a noiee with his
mouth, like the hiss of efcaping steam.
This noise attracted the attention of one j
of the boarders, and be told the landlady
that there must be a fire in that room,
because he could hear it six, and could
hear an nlfired snapping and poppiuf go
ing on In there.
The landlady didn't pause to argue.
She caught up a pail and plunged for the
place at once. The boarder followed
with a glgantio clothes break. Both of
them precipitated themselves Into the
room together. The advent was so sud
den that the boarder who was warming
himself bad ao chanoe to dodga. And
there was too much momentum to tho
landlady and tho other boarder to per
mit them to recover themselves in time.
So there was a collision Tho landlady
saw it coming aud instinctively held the
pail in front of her. But the disciple of
Hall didn't see it, ns his back was to the
door and his head nearly to the floor,
aud before he could look up on hearing
the door fly open the visitors were on
him, and the contents of tho pail over
him, and the three, with pall and
clothes brush, came down It a crash to
gether. How the landlady extricated
herself and gotoutof that room as quick
as she did will always remain a mystery
to the two men who stood there aud
glared at each o.ther for come fifteen
An Abuaed Boy.
You can always tell a boy whose
mother cuts his hair. Not because the
edges of it look as if It had been chewed
off by an absentminded horse, but you
tell it by the way he stops on the street
and wriggles his Bhoulders. When a
fond mother has to cut her boy's hair,
she is careful to guard against any an
noyance and muss by laying a sheet on
the carpet. It has never yet occurred to
her to sit over a bare floor aud put the
sheet around his neck. Then she draws
the front hair over his eyes, aud leaves
it there- while she cuts that which is at
the back. The hair which lies over his
eyes appears to be surcharged with
electric needles, and that which is
silently dropping down under his shirt
band appears to be on- fire. She ijas un
consciously continued to push his head
forward until his nose presses his breast,
and is too busily engaged to notice the
Bundling sound that is becoming alarm
In tho meantime be is seized with an
Irresistible desire to blow his nose, but
recollects that his handkerchief is in the
other room. Then a fly lights on his
nose and does it so unexpectedly that
he Involuntarily dodges and catches the
points of the shears iu his left ear. At
this he commences to cry nnd wish he
was a man. But his mother doesn't no
tice him. She merely hits hint on the
other oar to Inspire him with confidence
anil goes on with the work. When she
is through she holds his jacket oollat
baok from his neck mid with her month
blows the short bits of hair from the
top of his head down his back. He culls
her attention to this faot, but she looks
for a now place on hts iiead aud hits him
there, mid auks him why he didn't use
his handkerchief. Then he takes his
awfully disfigured head to the mirror
and looks at it, nnd,' young as ho is,
shudders as,he thitiks of what tho boys
on the street will say.
When a-'jiillaiug le us they Rive It a
brace, but it man learns from too many
Winter Is npproachlng.
IT. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,,
The hang of Hie hunter's gun now
reverherules through tho country.
No Ohromo for Your Baby
In this offT; but If mothers will go to 0
J. McCarthy or J. Uillan, the drug
gists, nnd got a free s-uffplo bottle of Dr.
Hand's Oolio Cure, thre will ha a well,
baby for you.
; This Is tho tlmo of the year to look
for snoak tlileven and robbers.
Alva's Krailllan Kpwinn Co. i-I wish to
luar my Krutefiil testimony to the virtues cil
y .ur irntglcfil cure Tjr klog1 evil
My nephew, now nine year old, born
seroniloua. and nfllolel wltli wellliig, sore
e, ete , in null 1 ui doct and h'oo't purl.
lferer kept growing worse, tali health twoaaie
broken, hTa neck wm lull of lump-o e
Hrgeoiie.e rnuulngore-HiHl tneoHeefenimt
liOlewt. Que inoiith'a uae or the Daolua
Cure, lo ttie aNlouiHlunmit if everyboly,
drove awav tha lumps, healed the sore, ud
c ired the eyea
lleliaa never felt or npp-urel ao well lu
years, nd w feel Hint lila llle.a iruiiblea
nruundor oou.rol of your wonderful inedl
cine, loi which we onunot be bmllmuRful.
MR. Jf.fJ.NlE WVN,
2 Wwt 27th St., New or.
Hold at Klrlln'a UriigHtoie.Kerguaon iioaae
Our Democratic friends carried
Pennsylvania before (he election.
The American doohIh are ranldlv becoming
11 race of nervous wrrck., and the following
suegeds tbe beat ro tdy : Alphimfio Hempfl-
ing, 01 iiuuer, i'a , nwiurs mm iihu ma mill
wan Bpeocblws from St. Vllua dance l)r
lies1 groat llslorHttve Nervine oured him.
Sim. J. R Mlllxr. of VMlniiruliin. and J I).
Tuvlor, of Lngenspnrt, Ind., ec gained HO
pouuda from tatting It. Mrs. II. A. Oanltier,
of Vistula, Ind., was cured of 40 toSOonn-
vnninus nny, auu munu ueaaru, oitei-ne-H.
bacKncbe and nrrvous pnwLratlou by
one bottle. Trial bottles, and line booku of
marvelous cure, free at O. 11. iiairenbuch,
tbo druggist, who recommend and guerau-
lees tnis unequuiea reintciy.
There's no mistaking tho fact tint
the holiday season I not far off.
Mllos' Nerve ana livor FUte
Act on a new
principle regousttng the
bowela thtotwh ile ncrvi
liver, stomach nnd liwela Ihtoti
new dlwooverv. J)r. Mllea' Pills SDaedliv
3iue blllousnea, tmd taftte, t'trpld liver, pile,
"onRtipatlon UiipqUHlod tor men, vfomwi,
'blldren. Hmutlest, mllaett,eurentl 6idoee,
Kcla. Samples Kree, at 0. H.'llinrenbnch'g
The preferred material for damage J
euiiH is one oi lurge chucks.
Heart dlseasK Ih by far the most frcauent
cause of BUildeu denlh. which In three nut of 1
four cases Is uumutpt-cled. The NyniptotriBhre
not generally underetood. Theae arc: lyliS
on the right Bide, abort breeth, palnordlH
tress lu aide, bactc tir ahonlder, Irregular
pulse, nbtliuin. weaa: and hungry epellR, wind
lu stomnch, cwel'lng oi anklce or dropaj,
opprealoii, dry ro uh and Rrantheriur. l)r
Hllea Hlnstruied t.ooK on lltairt. Dlaeaw, lre
atu. II. HBgcubucli, who ki 11 and guarantee
Or. Mllea' uucqualcd New Heart Cure, aud hie
Kcsloralle Nervine, which curw nervous
ness, headache, hleeplefraneN-. ellecU of drlnt
tug. ete. It coutulLB no opiated.
are back In stvle.
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you heed the wt-n!ng? The algnal pe
.Hpsor the ure approach of that more tor
tble disease. Consumption. Aslt yourselves
i you can allord rnr the sake of saving 50
t utM, to ruu the risk and do nothing for It.
At know from experience that Million's Cur'"
villCureour Cough, It uev-r IHlla. This
-xptlns why more than a Million Hottios
ere Bold the pat year. It relieves Croup
ud whopping fTougn nt onoe Mothers do
t I... ml, tin.,, I, . f j. !., n.. Uttu tf
'iit'bt, tiaeShlloU's I'oroug 1'laster. Mold by
'. II. Hageubucb, N K. corner Main and
Hats won on tho election will soon
Shlloh's Consumption Ouro.
This la beyond question the most sne.
Malul Oougu Medlotne we have ever sold.
t tew do&es Invariably cure the west oases ol
V)iigh, Croup, and lironchltls, while lta won.
lertul sucoaaB In the cure of Consumption la
without a parallel In the history of medicine.
Unoelt'R first discovery It lias been aolrt on a
tuiiranlee,u lest whloh uo other 'medicine
an Bland. Ii you have a Cough we earnestly
lt you to try It. Price 10 cents, &l cents, and
1.UU. if your flings are sore, t;uaet or uaot.
une, use eUilloh'M I'orous 1'laster. Bold bv
'. II. Ilagenbttuh, N. K. corner Main and
Few cornets nowadays have whalt'
hones in them.
If you want u drive away Dyspepsia.
Rlllotuuess. OuusilDatlnn. l'oor Appetue and
aU evllaarlilng from a disordered Liver nae
nr. uee a ijiver atteituuwr. rriat uoitieairee
at Klrllu's drug alore.
Now for Thanksgiving and tt
LEATHER and SHOE FINDIH6S
Uaaltr lu all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
large and llrat-cjajw stook.
All Demands of the Trade" Supptea
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson IUuae building, SHENANDOAH, PA.
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOOTH MAIN STltBET,
Wharebe will be nltaselto meet the want
of his friends aud tie public la
Everything in the Drinking Lite.
J II FQMryiOV,
0 n.ar-frtMUali a bulldln onruer Main .
A PECULIAR STOVEPIPE. ,
6ELECTION8 FROM THE WRITINGS
OF THE DANnunY NEWS MAN.
Blr. Cnbielgh Did It All by llliiiaelf and
There U'uau't n IliWih In tho I'rtieeed
Ing.. but It Cauie Kenr llrlng Fatal.
Copyrighted by Lee Mbepard, Boston, nod
publlHhod by special arrnntremeiit Itli tliem.l
The Uoblelghs pnt up the sitting room
stove Thursday. Mr. Ooblelgh had been
dreading the thing for n month. He
wanted to hire a regularly built stovs
erector to do the joh, but work has been
scarce at his shop and he felt that he
could not afford to hire. Mrs. Cobleivh
got down the pipe for him from the gar- j
ret and helped him to get the stave out
of the closet No accident occurred !
during these operations. But the uuueu
j al ciroumstHUce did not encourage Mr.
I Cobleigh; on the contrary, it inspired
him with greater dread When every-
thing was In readiness to put up the pipe,
ho walked about tho machinery with
considerable uneasiness and eyed it with
undisguised apprehension. Several times
he picked up a link, and then, while
sudden tremor would flash over his j OYOV fails !o dire any COn
frame, he would drop it again. I . . J
"Come," said Mrs. Cobleigh, who, ' (UtlOIl produced by impure Or
womanlike, knew more than Solomon :,,,,A:i,,i i,i,i , i-
about putting up a stove, "get to work impoverished blood, or a dis-
now. It can bo done in a minute If you'll ordered state of stomach, liver
only set right to work at it." ...
Mr. Cobleigh tumed pale. OF KHlnoyS.
"Curse this being poor! ho muttered
between his clinched teeth.
Then he took hold of the link whose
flat end indicated that it belouged to
the stove, ii sat on its place with tho
ease of loug familiarity. He loo Veil at
his wife with a nameless fear on his
face. Then he picked up the next link,
spread npart his legs, compressed his
lips and proceeded torjoin it to tbe other.
I He had hcarcely brought the two ends
together when the one slipped over nnd
Inclosed the other. Another link was to
he put ou before the elbow could be
used, and he had to use a chair to reach
the place. His face was very white now,
and his limbs trembled .to that degree!
that he could hardly keep his place on
the chair. He took the Hut into his ,
shaking hands and raised it to it place, i
It went on at once. The appearance ot
his face was simply ghastly now. His
lips were ashen; his eyes flamed with a
"For heaven's sake baud me that
,, , , , , ,. .
ClbOWl ho hoarsely Whispered.
n.'a .;f . .,Vn.T..l.. nn.,.r,l;u,l Tl t.t.
UlS Wife promptly complied. But IliS
hnnil Khruilr tn kilfli nn Ttnt that: ha.
nanusiiooKio bucn an txient vnat n
COUld not hold it, and it fell to the floor.
o, i , i .ii.
She picked it up and ugam extended It
to him "
"For pity nako, Cobleigh, what Is the
. , . , , , ,
Uiatterr SllO ejaculated as Ills deathly
r ,,.,,1 t,n
tuce appeared to Her.
"Whl dnTit sHlfl" hn rraanil In n
am uuu i speaai lie gaspeu in a
i, 1: i ,,, . .
III" upplled the elbow. It Went On In
"The other link," he hysterically Bald
, , , , ' , J J
with a half suppressed scream .
Oi..t, ..f h.,,.l ...,'H. .!., .1
kvn uctmii. i.i.i. n,,i, ciiciioivii fill,.
perplexed in mind, the unhappy woman
hastened to comply
Her husband seized the last link.
There was not only no color in his face,
but his hair stood right up ou his head;
the perspiration hung in great beads
from ills forehead; the chair on which ,
he stood fairly rattled beneath the qui vet i
of his person. He raised the link, placed
it in petition and gavo It a push. It went
straight to its place, und at the same ;
ii I 1 II... 1 1 1 ! ... '
lime tie stiuveu uie uiuer enu in uiu
A short, sharp cry resounded through
the room; there was a quick movement
of the chair, and the unhappy man lay
senseless on the floor. The neighbors
wero alarmed and flocked In, and picked
him up aud laid him on the bed, while a
doctor was sent for aud restoratives ac
tively applied. But it was several hours
before he returned to full consciousness.
The shock to his nervous system had
been very, very great The first words
he gave utterance to were addressed to
"Was it all a fearful dream, Matilda?"
"What, Joliu?" arfsxl tbe fond wife.
"The stove, the sitting room stove.
Is it upr
"Why, yes, John. It is up."
Did-did I do itr
, "Y. H. John, you did it,"
He pat the trembling hands over the
white face and burst into tears.
rilgna of Ieer.
A rural gentleman standing over n
register iu one of our stores attracted
general attention to himself by observ
ing to his wife, "Mariar, 1 guess I'm
goin to nave a fever, 1 feel suoh hot
streaks a ruuuin up my legs."
Thmiglite of Home.
A tramp who came out of a house on
West street by the air line passage was
heard to observe that that was the most
satisfactory kick he had received in
years. It reminded him of home.
What They Illd Home.
. A new boy at the South street school
being askod if they had family prayer
at 'his bonse, promptly auswered, "Ho,
uu; we nave got four bay windows.
J. M. Baiijsy,
SEE MY S
,f 3r' ';j':K.';-,'""
ONCE A MONTH:
OTHER DAYS, WASH THEM CIEAN
tlITUiirrrr ennnrn- '
nun nr.i jrurtuc r:omj
LADIES, IT COSTS
cent a foot
to change the appeeirnnoe of old
Furniture to completely tlit
r huebande will think it i nerw.
if WILL DO IT , sk TOR IT.
WOLFF U RANDOLPH, Phll&dalptUa.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR TO SARSAPAR1LLA
rarities the blood by ex
pelling the impuiities through
the proper chuur els and never
ClUSeS eruptions Oil the skill,
. , . . in
.iivgiiiiuue uio uovt eis Olirea
dyspepsia, HvCf and kidney
. , J
troubles, tones Up the System
ml vm m ,,nr;r
Sold at KlrllR't Drug Store,
Ferguaorit Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa
Ak my ngenta Tor Vt . I. Ilnnglna Slinra.
If not lor aule In our plnre nak onr
denier to arnd for ml sting ur, aecure the
ngenry, nnd get tlirin lor yon.
Ur-TAlli; NO SUIISTITUTU.J
S3 SHOE CENTLErflEN
n t aao i pnuc in int nuitiuiui. int n untir
, It la a aeamlfasalnie, w Uh nu tacLaor wax thread
to hurt the feet: mails or the Ix-.t. fine calf, atrlnh
ttnd easy, and because trr makt morf tltota of IhtM
wmttc than it ohVr iinAi t.,rr. It equala bond,
Rowed shot's t'ostltltr from S-i.OU to $H.)0.
ootientilnr iiRud.ae".l, thetincstcaif
hw ever ofTi nil or S.Mlj eiptals French
lmporleil Btuies which eo.t from s.tnu S12.LI.
aj x oo Hntitl-si-nrd Wt-lt Hho, nuo calf,
I PBTa ut IIhIi. coiufortulile aud durable. The bent
( nUtte ever offered at this ptlre ; aumc. grade aa cus
tSfc flt I'tillee rdniei farmers, llallroad Hen
iPO. aud LclterCurrlersnllweorlhenr, tluecair,
aeamleas, amiKilh Invlile, htnvy three soles, exteu-
slon ciIko. Onopnlr will uearayear.
ttO ,10 nut cnlfi no better shoe ever oirered nt
SftdS. tins prlee; one trial ill eou luce tho.o
I who want a shoe for comfort ami scr Ice.
' tftQ il nntl j.OU V(irlittnznitiiiH shoes
9 A. ore i ry stroun ami Hurulile. ThoM) who
i h ivo glvou them a trial v III weur no otttermake.
B.y.) 8'J.IM) ttlKl R1.75 fcchool shoes oro
.worn i.ytiii. bi.jseverj whore; theyscii
, on their merits, tis Hie iiicn aslnit Hulessbow.
rMla 3.t) lliiud-sfni'd shoe, best
Jm.trola. M-rvHtvlish: pnuALal-'reucii
1 in port ft.1 elioes cmtliiw from fri.tio to Sti.int.
IniUin' '-i.50. atiiS.Oil a ml 1.7.1 then for
MImc3 are the bunt ADobntiBola. Stytiohuud durable.
Cmitlon. Sto (liut W. I. DourUs uanio and
prlctt aro stain pe on thn Imttimi of each shoe.
W. i.. UOUULAS, Brocktyu, Mass.
cqq Worth Fourth St.,
DUU twl Ufi'i ii, rHitlnHi'iUi
the iulr gfnato ijcmitUi Atuericu
ppr-UUt In the 1 wtrti BtUt-a who U
bl u cure BtOOCl POfftOHi
Mervou Debility 4 8pt
oinl Diseases f
fckiu Ll" Mil Ki4 RpoU Pfcini In thtt
piich. VimiiM, Hropdoin tori or
bartl tlctn, Bvplllnia, Irritnloni,
JnflamniiULi ftiid Knnnlng,
tLriuturoii, WfhkDtt nl Fulf
iM.r, iMt memory, w.ik bacll
mental imltlT KWaej
MM M ooi. rio as low o. no m.ltrr wast ;"
Ualus Duekir, Quack. F.iolU .r Ho.i'lul Phy.lfll.n hM f.l
Dr. THKKL csrwi poaltlvely ort anii'-nt drlentlon nor
tolrtn-M ou,. vopim.. Mtoiits on 4VO TMO.K COSTiafl Itnrt
uMI,.a rt.tl or r-'r. .'"nt ' fmP bOOK
TPllTM, np-wln. Onali. uiul.r .worn u.un'i'iil.i
I," 'lil' niai t M S f' 1 I. Vrt. .nrt B.U
S?' fl r. 1 "in.i'ur V itil 11 WHl. or call sod be
VM Reauuew IM Wola. ."d SaturJoy roils, daily Tlmaa
A FINE SHOW
If you want to se a fluo d splay of Boots nnd
ouues, gu bt
W, S, SNYOER'S
Boot an;l Shoe Store,
(Mas teller's old stand,)
Corner Coal Mate! jHltiill HV
Custom Work: and Repairing
Ikioe In the beat idyls.
iniU taltwUi,- c 5 ' r r . - ti., or tm '
EMALE Rtf-ntfTWQ Pi Li-
.1yaia StriiiiFtbi i-'tfir
.vlu.ru.i.le-i- " I," "
t w.J. Hi- . - .f i
BKiOKJfiri M. i).,
PHYSIOMN AND SXl&GMON,
, o.l Bast Oontro Htreet; Mhanoy City, Pat
B t In and ail special diseases a spscUUty,
WHY IS THE .
W. L. DOUGLAS
mum a.rwwijr. mm-wt av