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ALMY SAYS GDILTY
Cliristio "Warden's ' Murdfrar
Confesses in Court.
HANDED IN EFFIGY AT MIDNIGHT
EiolUmtnt Caused By Fear That He Has
1 Cheated ths Gkllowi
Crowd, nt the HtntUna to Son tho Mur
derer Taken From Manchester to l'iy
lnnuth Hvldenoo In tliu Cuse to lie
Taken Iy tho Court- Tho Now Hump,
slilrn I.rw. '
Plymouth, N. II., Nov. 17. Frank
Almy. slayer of Christie Warden,
pleaded guilty ot tils crime In tho Court
House here yesterday. He was brought
from Manchester gunrdod by four
ofileers. He looked haggard and walked
with tho aid of crutches. Eighty special
jurors had been called for tho trial, tho
prisoner having first pleaded not guilty.
Tho sllonco In tho court-room, only
broken by tho questions and answors,
was awful, Tho murderer himself was
as cool as Ico until ho tried to Bay that
ominous word "guilty." Even his
nervo was then shaken. His clasped
fingers twitched. His eyes snapped.
He Bwallowed a big lump In his throat.
Then out It camo "guilty" clear und
Almy was taken from tho Manchester
jail to Plymouth In a special car.
At Concord and Lauonla hundreds ot
excited, gesticulating men, women and
children clituhod all over tho special car,
inouutod the platforms, uscoaded wood
piles nnd took every vantage spot from
which they could soe the face of Almy.
When Almy wont up to bo arralguod,
he was fed at almost every stntlou. Ho
had no such luck this time.
Notwithstanding tho plea of guilty,
evidence iu proof of Almy's guilt will be
taken to-day, and within two or threo
dRys Almy will know his futo. The Im
pression horo Is that ho ahs saved his
neck and that ho will be sentenced to
not over 80 yours' imprisonment. This
Impression Is causing soinu oxcitouient
among the naturally quiet citizens ot the
Now Hampshire hills.
At midnight Almy was hanged In
cOlgy by the citizens from a rope
stretched across tho principal street.
The figure had this inscription in red
paint blazoned upon it:
"Almy this was done by frlonds of
Christie Warden. Will take the original
Tho efligy has a framework of wood,
nock, atuin, body and less. A white
face is partially concoaled by a black
cap. A full suit ot clothes adorns tho
ilguro. Tho boots aro nalloa on to the
After Almy pleaded guilty Judge Doo
directed that tho 80 Bpeclal jurymen bo
dismissed. Attornoy-Licnernl llarnard
says that all tho evidence so far accu
mulated by tho Stato will, unless tho
Court decides to pass sentence without
hearing It, be put in.
Tho law of New Hampshlro says that
in case a man who pleads guilty shall
be found to have committed murder in
the first degreo ho shall be hanged. If,
however, he bo convicted of murder In
the second degree, he may bo sentenced
to imprisonment for not over 80 years
and for a torn, as much less as tho pro
Biding justice may see lit to Impose.
Awarded UlS,O00 Damairee.
NewbUrou, N. Y., Nov. 17. Engineer
Charles H. Gross was yesterday awarded
a vordlct for $15,000 damages against
tho Central England Railway Company
for injuries sustainfd by jumping from
his ouglne noar Campbell Hall, Orange
County, to avoid n collision after he had
made all proper efforts to stop his train.
Mr. Grois recovered $10,000 damages
from the Pentnylvanlu, Poughkoepsle &
liostou Kail road Company for the sumo
accident ' Grow has been paralyzod for
life on the right side by tho accident.
Actor TToreuca's Condition.
Philadelphia, Nov. 17i William J.
Florence, the great American actor, who
lies stricken with pneumonia in his
rooms at tho Continental Hotel, showod
slight Improvement yesterday, though
the crltloal stage has not yot boon
passed. Two consultations ended with
tho physicians much in doubt. While
the bopoof their patient's recovery Is
brighter, they are oompellod tonnnounco
that at any moment achaugo may come.
Tho Fly Wheel Alone Illnmod.
MAKcnESTEn, N. H., Nov. 17. Tho
Coroner's jury In whoso hands has boen
placed the investigation ot tho causes
which led to tho awful disaster In tho
Amoskeag mills some four weeks sinco,
resulting In the doath of three persons,
tho wouudlng of many others and great
dalnago to property, mndo its report
yesterday, nnd churgo tho disaster
directly to the fly wheel being defeotlvo.
No one is blamed for the accident.
Convicted of Murdor.
Eastvu-LE, Vn., Nov. 17. Georgo E.
Droyer, n young Pole, has boen convict
ed ot the murder of Miss Fannie Ma
Fadden of Capo Charles City on Oct.
10, and will be sentonced to ha hanged.
Dryer was Hiss McFadden's clerk
in her grocery storo. While she was
asleep he choked her to death and stolo
$-100 from her money drawer. Ho nar
rowly esoaped lynching at the time of
A I'Irobug Arrested.
Geneva, N.Y., Nov. 17. Fred White,
hostler at tho Geneva Hotel, which was
burnsd Sunday, was charged with start
ing tho fire, and Anally admitted his
guilt. At his examination he was held tor
the grand jury. It Is thought that he
nUo sat lira to the buildings In Soaaca
Falls. Whon rretil he appeared to
be fcuffeilutf from uelerlum tremens.
Indlet.d for Murdor.
Nkwpi.i: , It. I., Nov. 17. Tho grand
Jury j.u;rd.iy iudictod Georgians
'I homun.Hi lor murder. A short tlmo
ago the Thompson woman confessed to
iwloa Uie mother of the child found in
the harb ,r oft Fort Groene. Suo was
biraictied und pleaded not guilty.
Germany M'tutta a Few Ships.
Beuuk, Nov. 17. The Gormau budget
to bo Mibmittvd to the llotvhstag reports
thai .iO,"0O,0uO of marks aro needed for
extra expenditures on tho navy, ot
which UU,000,OOJ Is required for 10 now
vessels of vur. The artillery service
colls tot 71,000,000 marks extra.
flighest of all in Lcaycning Tower.
Wash McNalr, oxtonslvo horsa dealer,
nt Clmmberslmrg, has assigned; liabili
William P. Duncan and others of
ritllllpsburg havo mado application for
authority to orgAtiuo a National bunk,
Tho condition of Actor William J.
Florence, who Is sick of pneumonia in
Philadelphia, Is still regarded as very
Lilly Muck ay, 18 years old, employed
as h domestio in tho home of Uov. Dr.
Thomas G. Applo, at Lancaster, took
a doso ot poison Sunday night, which
caused her death.
A GKEAT MAGAZINE.
Tho Oontury's Programme 1892
A New "Life of Columbus."
That great Amerlsnn periodical, The Cen
tury, is going to ouldo Its own Unrivaled re
cord In Its programme for 1892, and ns mauy
of 1U now lotturei begin with the November
number, new renders should commence with
thntlsdu. In this number are the opening
chapters ol "Naulalika.'a novel by Hudyard
Kipling, tlie author of 'Plain Tales from tho
Illlls," written In collaboration with an
American writer, Woloott Ilalestler. It is tho
sto-y of a young man nnd n young woman
Irom a "booming" Colorado town, who go to
India, he In starch of a wonderlul Jeweled
necklace, called "tho Natilalika" (from which
the story takes Us name), nnd she us a physi
cian to women, The novel describes their
remarkable adventures at tbo court of ail
Indian raaharajah. Besides this, The Century
will print three other hovels during the year,
and a great number ol short stories by the
best American story-writers.
The well-known humorist Edgar W. Nyfi
("Hill Nye") Is to write a series of nmuslng
sketches which he calls his "autobiographies''
the flrstof which, "The Autobiography of a
Justice ol tho Peace," Is In November. This
number also contains a valuable and sugges
tive article on "The Food Supply of tho
Future," which every farmer should read, to
be followed by a number of olhers of great
practical value to farmers, treating especially
of therelatlous-of the Government to the
fanner, what It Is doing nuil what It should
do. This series will Include contributions
from ofllcers of the Department of Agricul
ture, nnd other well-known men will discuss
"Tho Farmer's DUcoutent," "Cooperation,"
A celebrated Spanish writer ,1s to furnish a
I.lfoot Columbus " which will be brilliantly
Illustrated, and the publishers of The Century
have arranged with tho managers of tho
World's Fair to print articles on the build
ings, etc One of tho novels to appear In 18U3
Is a sthry of New York life by tho author of
"The AnglomanlacH," and tho magazine will
contain a great deal about the metropolis dur
ing the year amorig other things a series of
Illustrated articles on "Tho Jews In New
York," In November Is aa ll.ustrntcd de
scription of the "Players' Club," founded by
Edwin Booth, and ono ol the features ofthe
splendidly Illustrated Christmas (December)
number Is an article on "ihe Bowery4"
To get 7Vie century send me yearly subscrip
tion prlco ($ I.OJ) to The Cen uiy Co., Union
Hquai e. New Voik, N, Y
To tho Traveling Public.
If you are contemplating n trip to tho
West, or southwest the question nuturally
arise?, which is tbo be-t and most economi
cal way in which to make tho journey.
This information you can ascertain by
tending a punts! to me atMwurinp; th fol
lowing questions : Where tiro you going?
Wlion aro you going? Wluro will you
start from? How many will therobein
your party? What Ireight and bagcsiis
will yon have to ship? On receipt of thi
I will write or cull upon you prepared to
furnish maps, timu tablet-, and lulloet
information regarding routes, lowist rales
of all clas of tickets, land pamphlets, re
sort books, Hot Springs guide, etc.
The Jlissouri Pacific Hallway and Iron
Mountain Kouto is notad for its superb
through car sorvice. Pullman Vestibuled
Iluflett bleepinit Parlor and Tpurisl Sleep
ing cars, also Palaco Kecllidng Chair Cars
free, are run on all through truins. Aelc
for tickets via this popular route, and
correspond with mo before completing
arrangements for your Itrip. J. P. Mc
Cann, Eastern Traveling Agent, No. 057
N. Main St, Klmira, N. Y., or 891 Broad
way, New York City. W. K. Hoyt,
General E-istern Passenger Agent, No. 301
l)rodway, N' w York Oily. T. e Mi-souri
Pucific ltallwav Iron Mountain Koute. If
The "Women Areu.d XTorolbly.
WlLKKSBAmiK, I'o., Nov. 17. During
a quarrel at l'oko Hollow, a small min
ing towu four uidai from here, Mary
Jones struck Jatio Loonurd ovvr the head
with a Nbool, fracturing her skull. The
Leonard woman will a'.".
7hoeplag Cough. Sroneoitla sod Asthma A cirta.
n fcr Consumption la Sr iusm, ul nil j.U.t U
adTnMil states. Em si ono.. Yon will ase the ex
sdlent effsot afUf Ukhn; the arst dos tMl
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Oft In the Stilly Night
You'vo board tho wailing 'round you ;
Wind Oolic and baby were tho combina.
lion. Dr. Hand's Coilo Curo is tho specific
Ssmplo bottles free at O. J. McCarthy's or
J. M. Milan' driiK store.
You can dally hear tho pound of tho
KporlBinau'ti gun in the country.
"Will Bo Given Away.
Our enterprising druggist C. H Hngcnbncb
who curies the finest stock of drags, it
tumcrles, toll, t articles, brushes, sponges, eto ,
la giving away a large nnmbor of trial bottles
of Dr. lilies' celebrated Restorative Nervine.
He guarantees It to cure headache, dizziness,
nervous prostration, Bleeplnmnew, the 111
effects of spirits, tobacco, colleo, etc. Drug,
gists say It Is the greatest seller they ever
knew, and U un'rer nlly wi!r.io!"ry. They
nlsogunran'co lir. Ml m' New it f'ureln
all oRFe of n. rvous ur ntguuio heart disease,
pilttltatlnn, pain In side, smuth rln, etc,
Kino book on "Nervous nnd Heart Diseases"
The sqiieal of the expiring porker Is
now being hnrd In the Intnl.
Miles' Nrvo tcu tlvr PHIb
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomanh and bowels tht owh the nervei.
A new (,oo"ery Dr. Mllas' Pills spootUly
Bute biliousness. ad latn, t rp' 1 bver. pllen,
oonstlpa lou. Uuequaled lor men, women,
children 8m illesl, mll.iest,su-flstl Sldoties,
JRots. Kinples Kree,- at O. II. Ilaguiibuch's
The boys are hopliur. for a winter of
gOOU MKatlUg 1111(1 ('flUHliUg.
Tho Greatest Strike
Amnne the irreit strikes that of Dr. Miles
In discovering his New Heart. Curo has
proven 1 sell to bo one of the most Important.
The demand for It has become astonishing.
Already the treatment ol heart disease la be
ing revolutionized, nnd many unexpected
cures eflecled. Itroou relieves short breath,
durterin&r. raf us in side. arm. shoulder, weak
and hungry spells, oppression, swelling of
anaies, smothering ami Heart dropsy, nr.
Miles' book on Heart and Nervous Diseases,
free, Ihouneutialed New Heart Cure Is sold
ad1' guaranteed byC. II. Iliiscnbucli.tbo drug
cist, also his Restorative Nervlue for bend-
ache, fl'S, sprees, hot Hashes, nervous cuills,
opium uauit, etc.
w u i uiciuiittiiLS anve uuvuii ucuu
flxiug up for Christmas.
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Oh, Whnt a Oough.
Will vou heed the wai nine? The slenal Per-
nans of tho sura nnoroach of that moro ter
rible disease. Consumption. Ask yourselves
If you can allord for the sake or saving M
cents, to run the risk and. do- nothing for It.
we know Iron experience that Bulloii's uurs
will Cure vour Couzh. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million Bottles
wero sold the past year. It relieves Croup
ond Whopping Cough at once. Mothers do
not, De witnout.it. r- or l-aimo uaca, Blue or
Chert, use Billion's Porous Plaster. Bold by
U. II. Hageubach, N. K. corner Main and
The railroads chauged to tho wlnttr
schedules on Sunday.
Shlloh's Oonsumptlon Ouro.
This Is beyond question the most snc
aesslul Cough Medicine we have ever sold,
i tew doses Invariably cure the woist oases ol
Uougli, Croup, and Ilroncbitls, while lis won
lerful suoccss In the cure of Consumption is
without a parallel In the history of medicine,
-since It's first discovery it has been sold on a
iuarantee, a test which no other medicine
can stand. If you have a Cough wo earnestly
ask you to try 11. Prloe 10 cents, 5') cents, and
51.00. If your Lungs are sore. Chest or Back
lams, n) Hblloh's Porous Plastr. Hold bv
0. II. Hagenhueh, N. E. corner Main and
Pay up the printer so he cau enj- y
lila thank.glviug day.
The worst danger about ueslectluca Cough
or Cold is Consumption, We oan assure our
readers that no medicine equals Pan-Tina
Oojgh and Consumption Cure. Try It. Trial
uotiiea tree ai ivirnn's orug store.
Keep the feet dry aud warm Ifyu
would avoid cold.
A Parish Priost's Oortifloato Cer
tified to by tho Archbishop
I.parooi lal prlestaud ecclesiastical Judge of
Celaya, Stale i Uttanajuato, hereby certify
that I know several people who have been
Clued by Iho Cactus Blood Cure. It radically
and edectually dispels all Impurities of tho
blood. FRANCO M. CONGOUA.
The above signature Is that which he uses
in all his business, otnclally aud othorwise,
and he Is an old pupil of mine.
t I. A., Archbishop of Mexico.
Sold at Ktrlln's Drtur Store, Fer.'uson House
The news of tho trowel and hammer
still continues tube heard In diflereul
putts of on r towu,
LEATHER andJHOE FINDINGS
Dealer In all kinds ol
Shoeinakers' : Supplies !
Large and first -clans stock.
All Demands of tho Trade Supplied
18 W, CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson Home building. SHENANDOAH, PA.
YOUNG MSWOEs MEN
Oil IX INI TOILS OF THE SIKFISII 01 BISSAwL.
Th.v tn&k. h.rola .fforti to frss themislrss.
'j, Das nov bdowids now w .aocB..iH.ir
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ERIE MEDICAL CO BUFFALOH.Y
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Naval Apprentice Wiso and
His Heinous Djcd.
THREW A FRIEND OVER A CLIFF.
Both Mere Boys Who Were Barring on an
English Training Ship.
The Murderer Cnllft'snes nnd Alleges Kl
Ills Motive thai Ho Wants to be Ilnngod I
Trents tho M'hulu Affair na n Julie nud '
fa Tickled at the Prospect of Meeting '
llontti nt the Itopo'a Knd. j
London, Nov. 17. The town of Wey
mouth has a sensation which is a mat- j
ter of general discussion among the
regular Inhabitants ot tho place and '
among the large number of persons
who, owing to tbo salubrity of its cli
mate, spend tho autumn aud winter
Tho excitement was caused by tho ar
rest of n youth named Wise, who is only
17 years ot ago, on the churgo of mur
der. Tho caso Is peculiar in tunny of its de
tails In that thoro was seemingly no mo
tive for ths crime, nud that the inur-1
deror displays neither fuar of the conse
quences nor remorse for his nctlou.
Tho fact of tho murder would perhaps
havo boen unknown to the authorities
for Borne time, nnd tho identity ot tho
murderer might nover havo been estab
lished, had it not been that Wise, in n
cold-blooded, undemonstrative way,
confessed his crime, Booming to tnko
pleasure in lelntiug all tho horrible de
tails. Wiso is ono ot tho npprontices be
longing tq II. M, trniulug ship llosca
wen, sixteen guns, Commander G. A.
Tho Bosctiwen recently visited Woy
mouth nnd is at present anchored oil
Among those who wero glvou liberty
were Wise and another youth, who,
whon they reached tho shore, started
for a stroll on tho cliffs. Thoy pro
ceeded, laughing and chatting und en
joying themselves in tho manner of boys
ashore for a lark.
Finally thoy roachod a point where
the clllls stand 70 foot abovo tho narrow
stretch of shoro beneath. Here tho two
boys stood looking out seaward, still
talking In tho most friendly manner,
when, suddouly und without provoca
tion or wurulug, Wise pluced his hands
against his companion, aud, exerting all
his strength, shoved him over the edgo
of the precipitous cliffs.
With a sh:iok of terror tho doomed
lad clutched at tho air In a vain attempt
to save himself, nnd then fell with
frightful velocity upon tho rocks at the
base of tho cliffs.
Entirely unconcerned at tho torrlblo
crime ho had committed Wiso wended
his way back to the towu and subse
quently returned to his duties ou board
When Wise's companion did not ro
turn nt thu expiration of tho tlmo al
lowed to him, tho ofllcers of tho ship
mado Inquiries, nud when thoy ques
tioned Wise, tho latter told them that
he had pushed him over tho cliff.
An Investigation was Immediately
mado, and on reaching a spot on tho
shore beneath the point indicated by
Wiso in hiscoufessiou, the ofllcers found
the body ot tho boy. His skull had
been fractured by striking on tho jngged
rocks and ho had recolvod other terrible
Injuries. He was nlivo when tho search
ers found him, but ho died in a short
Wise was Immediately placed undor
arrest, but ho takes tho whole affair
nouchlautly, and laughs and jokes as
though ho had no heinous crimo upon
In fact, death ns a punishment for tho
murder of his friend seems to havo no
terror for him. On the contrary, ho
discusses the question of being hanged
with avidity, and appears to bo over
joyod with the prospect of meeting his
death by rope ou the gallows.
Before he murdered ills friend no nail
often, iu tho oouree ot conversation with
other boys ou the ship, expressed u de
sire to be hanged.
'(, n-, , tf.r.i
cuiiiq iiiiiu uk" iiwoiusutmuuianMiuii
that he had murdered a bov. but no lie-
lief was placed in whnt he said, asthero
was no evidence to support his state
Tho prisoner lm3 hlthorto bornoa good
As tho caso stands nt present tho only
possiblo reason that can bo given for tho
heartless murdor is that Wise Is nflllcted
with a morbid desire to obtain notoriety,
or thnt ho is mentally Irresponsible tot
New Jersey A. O. U. W. ltestralned.
TltENTON, N. J., Nov. 17. It was pro
posed to hold a meeting here ot dele
gates from tho various lodges ot the An
cient Order of United Workmon through
Out the State for the purpose ot organ
izing a grand lodgu of that order. Tho
grand lodge wns to havo jurisdiction for
tho State. Past Master Workman Vn
Sant, of Camden, who Is opposed to ths
organization ot a grand lodge In the
State, secured an Injunction restraining
tho delegates from holding tho proposed
meeting. A honrlug will take place be
fore Chancellor Van Fleet ou the ques
tion why tho Injunction should not hi
mndo permanent on November 34.
Kloplntf Pair Arrosted.
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 17. Da teotlves
yesterday afternoon arrested Georgo
Ales and Lulu Dovare, at the Sherman
House, International Bridge, where they
had registered under assumed nnines.
Ales Is a married man from Dayton, O.,
whence he eloped with Mis. Devore last
Wednesday. The latter is nil heiress and
beautiful, while her lover Is almost re
pulsive in appearanoe. After consider
able persuasion and a promise that her
friends would withdraw a warrant for
Ales iu Buffalo, Miss Devore oonsented
to return to Dayton.
Could Mot Live lVl'lhout Ills Wife.
SciiAnton, Pa., Nov. 17. Jefferson
Foster, aged G-l, was found drowned
yesterday iu a oreek which runs through
Forrest Hill Cemetery. Tho last tlmo
he was seen alive was at tho grave ot
his wife. He hud deliberately drowned
NEW JERSEY JOTTINGS.
John Hoey's caso came up In tha
United Statos Court at Trenton, yostor
day, and was adjourned to Dooember 13.
llenjainln Itodmau, ot Ninth and Lin
den streets, Camden, was oommlttod by
the M.yor for wlta-benting.
B II $
To tejt this ihang a (trip of leather In a bottle of
Aerjw lllaeklns: and leave It there for a day or
mnrith Take It oat and dry and eiamlnn It carefully,
pake a similar test with French Dressing and Taste
Wolff sflGftf! Blacking
Makes any kind of leather
Waterproof, Soft and Durable.
Change a Pine Table to Walnut.
A Poplar Kitchen Press to Antique Cak.
A Cane Rocker to Mahogany.
Soo what can be done with 2DC. worth of
WOLTP tt RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
rOR SALE IN ALL ST0RH.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR 10 SARSAP.4RILLA
Purities the blood by ex
pelling the impuiitips through
tho proper chaiii elsaud never
causes eruptions ou the skin.
Regulates the bowels. Cures
dyspepsia, liver and kidney
troubles, tones up the system
and gives you an appetite.
Never fails ! o curo any con
dition produced by impure or
impoverished blood, or a dis
ordered state of stomach, liver
So!d at Klrlln'a Drug Store,
FergxinarCs Hotel Utoelc, Shenatuloah, Pa.
AU my nanus for W.
Ti. Ilnlltrln. Hline-M-
ii nor inr
Nlilo 111 imit t.lnp.. iiulf vnrii-
ilciile-r to Hfiid for ciunlnirur, secure the
uircncr and net them lor you.
WTAKt NO MIltSTlTUTU.-tfJ
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It Is n seuiiili'ss shoe, with i o nu-ks or wax thread
to tiart the fe.t; inaie of the beat line t-alf, stylish
und easy, nnd fc.-ivnwe ice iJU' tuori- Hhms of thta
i sewed shoos eatlnK from S4.no to A5.uu.
cK ulH.r-iiuliif llnml-temt'tl, the finest calt
pj shoo eer ofTered for $.100; equals French
Imported slaws ullleU cost from $tf.ou toSU (Kl.
UO llaiid-Xeni'd Writ Shoe, tine enlf,
aP"aa stj INh. cnniforti'ldo anil duruhle 'Ihebcst
Bho? over ottered at thl. (nice ; same Kr.id ' . lus,
tom-madc slm, roatliiK fiem SS.ee to $'uO.
CO 5U 1'ollee r-hofi 1 aimers, IttUlrond Met
I of w. und i.em ri .imei-oill weartliem. tlui i- ,ir,
I .-uniloss, smooth IneMe. heavy three sutos. ( xteu
I Biou edge, one 1J1 will wear aear.
I (DO all flno enlfi no hettershooev. r . fT-t lnr
I mO afi a thin mli.i: one trlul ullt f-ni,.ii l.
who want a shoe for control t and serI :
fin 4.1 und fi-J.OIt Woi'l.lnuiiiiiii'H shoes
pre, aro Mry str.mir and durable, 'those vho
nao given inerii a trial w in wear no o
AtV 9- I'D nnd SI. 7,1 school shoes aro
mJ J 9 worn liVllie bdiscveryahere: theVeeU
on IlieTr merits, its Hie liu reaKluir sah s slxav.
I .rl Sao :1.00 lliiiitUMivfd t.hoe. best
imuu Ounaol.i. vt e i-lvlh. inniLWl rt old
, nnixiruu aoe cosiuiKii..m si.i.iio si,
f.n.ll....' 5fl. fill n.,,1 Ifit .1 (.lino fnr
Bllssesaro thu best fine boia,ola. stylish and durable.
C'niittou. See that W. 1.. Hounta' name and
price are stamped on the bottom of each shoo.
W. L. laJU'OLAS, Urocltton, Mass.
yoe3pli X3 21.11,
CiTQ North Fourth St.,
thu iul gtnulat) (-irm.a Amcrlet
fsiMfUllal in tbe Unita Malt a who 1
abln ( euro QtOOtl Potson
Nervoua Debility i sp
olal OlsenBea o' "
Haju DlwaMa. Rat ttiotaPataa lo lb
Blbuhxa, rimi'lcf, FnipUom, aoft or
hard I lor, ButlUna., Irritation a,
Iiitlmmaiioua and Bonntnfa,
buii! i una, Wcalvfitaa anl I'ulf
dacav toal nvmnrv wik iiu-k meoUl njltT Klltipy ana
Ulili.r tfU-aara an 1 all Dlian rwalUn,- fr'm ' 1 J
In lti.Ti ilmi or Or. rw(ra Kt-nl cwei cuH Id 4 t '0
r.li-f at ..ct not !- hfttw no matt, r hat -1r.
tlalutt DiwUir, Quack, Fainlh rT Hoa)-tial PIunk'UO taa fal J.
Pr. THr.Kl, curca pQUlttvely n '"it dcHOtlon ntr
triialnuaa oto. ircx wtntna ir mTin'" trrii.riTia
UAWK.ta ri-h ot r tv 1- iUnp frr bOOlt
Xi t6 to 10 SnnU. fl till U V, rife or call and ' a?tvl
rr KwtVioOAM - V oda. "d tUturda Phi I a. dally TUnav
A FINE SHOW
If you want H-wa flu display of Bottanct
8hwp go to
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Uaateller's old stand,)
Corner Coal ahc! JhicIIu Sih.
Custom Work and Repairing
Done In the best alyle.
i.oi trjuhlrwl with 'it,'-? into Ira! i-"-tHrQ)tt. it
Vlilllf utlr (ollo'vi i. . r ,, ii in tir , ir f n'i'-wi-UitatiLUl
Wbr'am . w i-rev-annr i. t' .i at. -.M
lMALE FicO MATING FILLS.
oii,TigW1riKtui...e nirttoit(oi;cw.u,nri (y
an niiM. llBtt.7 n p'1 .Ju.tyaj.uIMl,L AliInA
!"rmrtr- '- w.Uuis. (wo
JJ R. BHIUKKR, M. D.,
n 9 Kt Odulre Street; Muhanoy city, Ps
UUnaodAll speoiai llaoasej a specially.
WHY IS THE'
W. EL. DOUGLAS
U. Ji.W., "V" -T' '