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A DYNAMITE LEAGDE
STATE OF OUR MYY
rlighest of all in Leavening Power. U. S Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
Sago's Assailant Only Ono of a
Secretory Tracy Mnkcs
THE CHIEF NOW UNDER ARREST
ARMOR TESTS SATISFACTORY.
William Sontkworth Believed to hi the
American Tars Not at Fault ia the
Trouble at Valparaiso,
Leads rof the Nefarious Onvr-
IPr'sftnts in the mott elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND DOWELS.
Itis the most excclltnt remedy known to
CLEHNSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Coat tipated
PURE BLOOD, REFHESHlHO SLEEP,
HEALTH and OTflEHQTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
BJ-STXIXTI OS' PIGS
MANUFACTURED ONLY OY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRAttCISCO, OAL,
tOUISVIUE. K KCW WRK. N. t.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1873.
from which tho oxcess of
oil has been removed, la
Absolutely J? live
land it is Soluble.
aro used in Its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is thoreforo far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
So(d by Crocors everywhere.
V. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Nearly every pattern of 5a Horst
Blanket is imitated in color and
style. In most cases the imitation
looks just as good as the genuine,
but it hasn't the warp threads, and
so lacks strength, and while it sells
for only a little less than the' genu
ine it isn't worth one-half as much.
The fact that sa Horse Blankets
are copied is strong evidence
that they are THE STANDARD,
and every buyer should sec that
the trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
ARE THE STRONGEST.
100 6A STYLES
at prices to suit everybody. If you can't get
them from your dealer, write us. si; for
the Va Hook. You can get it without cliargi
WM. AYRES & SONS, Philadelphia,
3ank Counters, Tyler System, Port
able, Unequaletl In Stylos,
Cost end Finish.
ISO rig falttague of Couultrt, De.k tie., Illnstrllod la
Colon. Book., Fi Tofetag l&C.ola.
tiince jri-.uB una a
urltel- C'lililueU, SOO
invito, llent and cheap.
I et on earth, with great
reduction In prices.
ISO p.ge ciLlwm FrM,
r.l.t IS CU. lull !le. of
Hobbs, Cfcllri, Tall., llnva
t'a.r., CaMartB, Uyal Rltul
Caltlnvlt, dr., alwaj. la alutk.
Surrl.t work n.d. la ard.r.
TI'J.IIU DESK CO., Sl.l-oul., SI o., U.S.A.
Oricf nttl and .m Conn Ian. A
Ft Iklltt- T IJ" Li S tut
Urn 11 . lur t-u. H ittn 1 . Iti6r
txtn - t.le-1 w"h '1' I l ukO W
nantbrr. Be. .s , .uu'witu, 7
lit itk-Dpi ft- 1 11 i 1 .tiniooUU kc)
"lOUer Tor l.i:- . - n utur, by r-tor
BUIL in.000 I 1 . ameoM
flhlffactrC'hr.mlrll.'o. 1 dUon snuuM
1o tint a I'oaltlra Cure tortho effects of Klfbuae.
Beral Vower, Imrlc?T0.1l?J''J,o,Kf11,tll1 ia
our Hpecino wwuurau who km.. j.m.
O. M.t'O., StJlrolwr,J()W
f Baker &Co;s
Ems i .
The Organization Known nl 111 O. A.
Whole (lljj.ut la to Wrnl Ills UMIroaits
1'rom Monopolist. Ilmabi to ! U.ed
When Neeeiiiiry Suutliwnrtli Identified
bya Museum Lecturer The liead Dyna
miter Still Mystery.
Nkw Yonrc, Dee. 7. The man who
threw a dynamite homb at Ittlssell Sago
wni a niomber of tho Onunl Army of
Labor, an oath-bound organization, of
which a dangerous lunatic, W. D. South-1 hoping to roach a decision in the case
worth, Is leader. Inspector Byrnes or-. They shut themselves lu, It is almosv
rested Southworth yesterday, but unless
Uapu Hurry Home's story proves false.
at least a dozen mora Insane men are at
large In this city, each oapablo of dupli
cating the terrible doed of last Friday.
I his secrot band had tor Its Drlnclp.il
object the wresting of nil the railroads
from the hands of corporations and
private owners. Southworth was In
sane on this subject and lectured and
wrote about It la San Francisco and
other places. People should ba carried
from New York to San Francisco for $1
head, he thought. If a man wanted
a better car than ordinary let him nav
double price. Tho extra fares woul d
pay for those who had no money at
So far as known tho society had 12 or
16 members last Friday, when the mau
calling himself Wilson entered Mr.
Sage'oofHeo and sacrificed his own life
in carrying out his threat to blow the
Arcade building and Its VOO ocoupunts
Into atoms If his demand for fI,2JJ, OJO
was refused, Who those man aro even
Inspector llyrns does not know, but
there are slight clues which may result
in their apprehension.
'lhis hand of murderous lunatics wore
badges suspended from bits of red,
white and blue ribbon only South
worth called tho colors backward, blue,
white and red corresponding to the
three degrees' of the order, rod being tho
highest. The ofllosrs' badge Wis a large
silver ghleld, with the letters "G. A. Ij."
on it, Other badges were of brass.
Southworth is a short, thin man.
about S test 2 Inches in holght, with
black hair and beard. Ills tittle load-
like eyes have a peculiar, vacant stare,
wuicu causes those who havo seon him
to believe that he is not all right man
tally. Ho was shabbily dresied in a
faded brown suit aud woroa black over
coat. Southworth has boon positively tden -
tilled by Captain Home, tha lecturer In
Worth's Museum, as the man who was
the companion of the dead dynamitor,
who, however, remains as much of a
mystery as ever. Homo says both men
cuma to him about two weeks ago and
wanted him to go lecturing on social
Kussoll Sage and all tha Injured are
doing well. Tho fuuoral of young Nor
ton will be held to-day In Ocean Crest.
lie Has Dean Sending Tlireatenlue Letter
to lllch Conrad Unrrls.
New YonK, DecJ 7. An opidomlo of
cranks, on murder bent, has struck this
city. The first of those made his ap
pearance last Sunduy afternoon In tho
person ot John Oeorge Roth, who fired
three shots at llov. John Hall, D, I).,
the eminent dlvino. Fortunately his
aim was poor and the rovorend gontla
man was spared. Tho would-bo-assas-sin
has slnco boon committed to an In
The second crank to appear was
"Wilson," who on Friday startled the
world by his almost successful attempt
to kill Russell Sage, the well-known
broker, with dynamtto. His own ter
rible douth and that of the clork Norton,
have been vividly described.
Yesterday another dangerous crank
came on the scene, He is Oscar Wey
rauoh, CU years old, a bookbinder by
trade. In a threatening letter sont by
him to Conrad Harris, a retired wine
merchant, on Saturday, he demands
$500 within two days. In the ovont of
its refusal he gives veut to the follow
ing: "If you don't take notlca of this, my
request, you will be the next to Husssll
Sage, and I will blow your brains lu tho
nir without I hurt anybody else."
Mr. Harris prom ply turned the letter
over to the police, and It resulted In the
madman being captured lu a lodging
houRe at an early in the morning.
He submitted quietly to arrest, hut said
It would go hard with Harris It ever be
secured his release.
Harris says he first met Weyrauch 14
years ago in Ilesss, Germany, being In
troduced to him by tho burgomaster.
Weyrauch was a wealthy bookbinder at
that time and a prominent citizen.
He lias since squandered his fortune
In wild dissipation and lately has de
pended on his friends and acquaintances
for support. Harris said ha helpad him
at various times, but recently ha has not
allowed him to enter his homo.
Weyrauch was committed to tha Belle-
vuo iusaue pavllllou where ho will be
examined as to his mental condition.
Train Thinks JIu Knows the Man.
New Yokk, Dec 7. George Francis
Train, accompanied uy a young man,
visited tho Morgue. Tho pair were
taken to the auto-room ot the Morgue
and shown Beveral fragments of wear-
lng apparel supposed to have belonged
to the man whose head lay in tho
Morgue. Train picked up one ot a pair
of hose which had bean worn by the
bomb thrower. ' He scauued the article
carefully and then declared that it was
one ot a pair ot hoso he had given to
the (rloud a few woeks ago. "I mean
business," said Trnlu, "but I am not at
liberty to say all 1 know Juit yet."
A Cluo fiuiu Kansas City.
Kansas Crrr, Mo., Dec. 7. From the
description telegraphed ot the man who
threw tha bomb In tho otllce tit Russell
bag-', lu Now York, it Is believed he is
noue other tua t Hugh D. Wilsoo, who
was at one time 0110 ot the firm of
Brewster & Wilson, real estate dealers
of this city. He wont to New York
pome time ago where he was employed
at last aonounti in an lnsurauca oolca
on l'lno strest and was living on uppsr
ine Morrli-Illtlkeley Case.
Nkw Haven, Conn., Deo. 7. It Is im
possible to learn what was done by tho
live Supreme Court judges In the quo
warranto case of Morris versus Bulkoley
Saturday, 'l'hoy met In the County Bar
Llbrarv In this city far consultation.
the unanimous opinion of lawyers that
the Court will tako jurisdiction. Their
decision will probably not be announoed
until the opinion Is written and sub
mitted for approval, as a recont rule of
tho Court forbids the announcements of
doclslons until the opinion Is written.
Till, Cxur's Fumble Decree.
St. Petersburg, Dee. 7. In his de
cree, appointing the Czarevitch to super
Intend the work of relieving the famine,
the Czar declares that the govern
ment must provide suflicient food
to relieve the existing distress, and
that tho bestowal of thin charity Is a
sacred Christian duty. Tho Czarowltoh
Is t be assisted by a speolal corps of
olflcials in every province visited by
famine, and the government oxpects
thus to avoid the W111M of ratief funds
and rolief food that have attended dis
tribution through the medium of the
Washington, I)eo 7. l'or Now England:
Tlireatnulnjr we ither aud rain; southerly,
shlfllnir to westerly wind; colder to-night;
winner and fi.ii to-morrow.
For Hazier i Now York, Vastcrn Pennsyl
vania ;ew .lorwy, Marvlund unl DeUvruret
Han, fllln.cl by cleurliijr, oo.der westerly
winds and "!' t --norrow.
Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Asthma. A certain
ura for Consumption la tint ium, aa4 a iur Mtff la
ellent effeet After taking thn firit do. Bl4
Cealin fTerwLero. Larj Iwulei, W tiiw aal
FALL AND WIN
TKll BTV1.ES OP
East Cenitv St., Shenandoah, Pa,
The finest and largest assortment
In Hats, Bonnets and Caps at re
markably low prices. Our line of
Children's TRIMMED AND UN
Newly Refitted and Renovated,
TONSORIAL : PARLORS !
Haw Cutting and Hair Dressing I
HUAMl'OOINO, ETC., BY
E. G. J. WADLIKGER,
Under Poslorllce Ilnlldlng,
Main and Oak Sts., Slicnaudoali.
-llot and cold baths, l'olltc. nromct and
DO YOU WANT
A GOOD FIT ?
and well made, fashionable clothes?
If so, call on
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 South Jardin Struct, Slicnaudoali
Call and se samples of the latest goods and
the styles. Good woramanshlp, promptness
anu mir prices.
To the ladles of Hhenandoah aud vicinity.
A. Hclentifio Dress Cultlngaud .MaktueUrauoU
School Is opened In mum No. 8, Uobbius'
butldl.iK. over the DOBt otfioe. where Dunils
are tsk.n and luughl the lattstand best sys
tem of cutting and drensiuaklt.g. Tho system
Is a Htvlng of li ne, labor and money and Is
readily acquired. Allaredellghttd who have
learuea 11. upeai oveuiugs.
ll-9-tl BIrH. Til.C Hi: WITT
A TTORNEY-A T-LA
0 ios-BeddsllsbulldlD norner Midasnaosu
NfcW tNGUANO BRIEFS.
E. W. Bond, ex-preaident of the Mas
sachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany, Is dead in Springfield, Mass., aged
Carroll (Democrat) was elected Mayor
of Pawtiu-iut. K. I., over Sherman (In
dependent) and Whit Kapitbli can)
Saturday's election was tho fourth at
tempt to those a Mayor.
Mark Ureeu, an Insane man, ran
nmucft on Stamford Mountain, near
Bennington, Vt., Saturday, and proba
bly fatally shot Hrownelt Nlles and seri
ously wounded George Harwood.
The flvo Supreme Court judges who
heard argutnouts In the quo-warratitn
case of Morris vs. Dulksley in Hartford
last week, were lu session at JMjw Haven,
Conn., S.tiurday, to consider the ques
tion of tlie court's Jurisdiction. No
body was admitted. DiOisioii. not an.
100 Dollars an Hour
for sleep at certain times wo lid be a cheap
price- For crying babies use Dr. Hand's
Oolla Cure. It never falls. 0. J. .Mc
Carthy and J. M. Uillan, the druggists,
aro furni-hing free samples to those who
doubt, but would like to try it.
It is said Unit tomato lnleecanbo
rellod upon as a remedy for wttrls.
A National Event.
The h.ddlnir of the World's Fair lnaeltv
Bea ooly n ty e.r old will bo a remark.blo
event, liui whoilier It win rtwlly benefit this
nuliin us mucli as me tuscovery 01 iu
lleitnrfltlve Nervine uy ur rYanKlln .miips Is
Uoubtml. Tins is just, wunt 1110 American
people need to cure tht lr excessive nervous
ness, dysH3psia, headache, illziness, sleep
letsness, ueuraUla, nervous debility, dulluewi,
eonluilon of mind. etc. It nolo I'lie a charm.
Trial bottles ami tine b wS ou "Nervous mid
Heart Dl.e-isos. w tb uuenutla testltnuuluH.
rtfffatC H. Ilagenbuctrs (Irug store. It is
witrranletl to contain no oitum, moi-ptiiie or
Thoro'll be an increiiRcd Sunduy
Hchool utteiuhmct) till after Jhiltinin,
Milos' ISiorvo una Uvor Pills
Vrt on a new
principle regulating ttie
liver, stomach and
bowels throuijh the nerva
.V new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills Rnsedlly
ooostlpatlon. linequaled lor men, women,
children. Hmallest, mllaest.snrestl 6)dosos,
ifclK. Hamplcs Free, at 0. 11. llognnbuch's
Olive oil rubbed Into the si; 1 11 nfter u
bath ia very atrenrrtlieuliij;.
Heart disease is uu.illy RUnposed 'o bo In-
cnraole, hut when prnpwiy treated aliirfio
proportion 01 oases ran o cnrea, ximsjirs.
rl 111 Ira Hatch, of Elkhart. I nil., nnd .Mrs.
MaryL. llalcer, nl Ovid, Mich., wero cured
alter Millerlug 20 years. H. ;. l.lnhur or.
drtiKdst at Ban Johe, III., says that Dr. Mi lev
New Heart Cure, which cured Ibo former,
worked wonders Mr bis Wllo." l.cvl i ouan.
of lUichamiD, Mich., who had heart disease
lor aj years, says two unities mRae turn "ieei
liko a uew man." Dr. Miles' New lloart Curo
Is Mild and gunrauteod by 0. II. Ilagenbuch
tho druggist. IJjokof wonderful testimonials
Merchant are doinc their best to
keep the holiday triulu ot homo.
Oh, What a Oourrh.
Will you heed the wa -nlng? The signal por.
ins of tbosuro approach of that more ter
rible disease. ' lusumptton. Ask yourselves
If you cau attot u for the sake of saving 60
enis, toruu ine tisk anu no nomine; tor 11.
We Smow fron experience that Hhllnli's Cur
lll Cure vour Ooueb. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million Bottles
(ve.ro sold tho past year. It relieves Croup
and Whopplne Coni;h at once. Mothers do
not be without it. For Lame llacti. Hide or
Cheit, iisoBhlloh's Porous Plaster. Hold by
a. 11. uugeuuucu, 14. rj. corner Main ana
Effera ore likely to continue liluh till
tho holiday baking Is all done.
Shiloh's Consumption Ouro.
This Is beyond Question the most fine
ness 1 ul Cough Midlcino we have ever sold.
1 few doses lnvariauly cure the worst cases 01
'.'oagh, Croup, and Bronchitis, while Its won-
lermt success in ine cure 01 consumption is
without a parallel in the history of medicine,
ilncei It's first discovery It bos been sold on a
aarantee, a tost wnicn no other medicine
can stand. Ii you havo a Couzh wo earnestly
ssk you to try it. Price 10 rents, 60 cents, and
11X0. If your Lungs aro sore. Chest or Hack
tame, nseHblloh's Porous Plaster. Bold by
U. H. ilagenbuch, M. IS. corner Main ana
The days will continue to shorten
for about two weeks yet.
A Yankoo Sheriff Frightened.
A well known sheriff. Ilvinc'ln Main". ws
given up to die with what his physician
called Consumption, a Irleud advised him to
tryl'an-Tlna Cough nud OoiiHUtnpllon Cure,
rocovery followed, and the doolor now uses It
for Coujhs, Colds and Consumption. Trial
bottles tree at Klrlln's drug siort:
Shoppers are beginning to look up
A Parish Prloat's Certificate Cer
tified to by tho Archbishop
I.paroo lul priest and cocltslnsllnnl Juduo of
ueiayu, mine i uuuuhj nail,, uereuy ccrt'iv
that I know several people who havo been
cured by iho Cactus Ulood Cure. It radl ally
aiHlellectuallydlbpi.il all impurities of tbo
blood. IwvANCO M. CONUQU .
The above signature Is tint which he uses
lu all his Duslnexs, oillclnlly and otherwise,
and be la an old pupil of mine.
t P, A Archbishop of Mexico.
Bold at Klrlln's Drug More, r'erguson House
WALL PAPER BARGAINS !
Largest and cheapest slock la town.
Artistic l'ainliog, Graisiog an! Decorating I
J. P. GARDEN,
1020m 231 W.Centre St., RHENAND0AII
SALOON AND RESTAURANT
201 N. Main St., Slteuaiidoali.
The Finest Slock of Beers, Ales, Oijjurs, 4c.
The Present System ot 8nIorltr 1'rnruo
tlnu Cftlislderml Unrealnnablu AVar
Ships Ituuched I'urlne the Year New
fit y 1 or Iluat Nodil for Clilueie W11
trs .Itecotnmandatloni or tha Depart
ment ItecHrillne; New Silalps.
Was li I. vm OS, Dec. 7. Tho nnnual
report of Secretary Tracy on the condi
tion of the navy will ba laid before Con
gress when it organizes for business.
Concerning the present state of naval
construction the Secretary says:
"Of the new constructions under
taken during this period, by far .Ilia
most important Is protected cruiser No.
13. This vessel, ot 7.50J tons displace
ment, Is a sister ship to cruiser No. 12.
The peculiar advantages ot these two
cruisers consist in their extraordinary
coal endurance and their high speed,
in both ot which rtspect gthey have no
equal among the large cruisers of the
world. With a maximum speed of 22
knots an hour nud a sustained sea speed
of 21 knots, thoy cau safely be counted
on, In any ordinary sea, to overtake any
commerce destroyer, any commaroe pro-
nuy mercantile vessel now
aiioat, wuiiB iiieir auimy to cruise lor 1
great distances without recoal.ng makes
them a peculiarly Important addition to
a navy destitute of coaling stations
abroad. During the past year tour new
vessels have boen placed lu commission,
making a total number of 13 ninco
March 4, 183'J."
The departmont will recommend that
two more battle ships ba provided for
this year, aud aho a cruiser like the
New York, of which Mr. Tracy says:
"This mn-jnillcent vessel, whoso func
tions cover a far wider range than those
of an ordinary cruiser, presents an ex
traordinary combination of great coal
endurance, high spoed and efficient ar
mor protection, with tho exception of
tho three ships of the Indiana class, he
is tho most Important olemout of de
fensive strength which this country now
The Secretary points out that the.
utility of the I3,00d-ton cruiser Is now
questioned, as well as that ot small
gunboats life - tho Petrol, which are good
chiefly fur p mco cruising purposes. Ha
advocates bni ding torpedo cruisors,and
has this to say about boats for river ser
vice in China: "1 rocomrasud the con
struction ot u vessel specially adapted
for river service, but so constructed us
to bo capable of the highost military
elliciancy lu tho quarter wharo she is
intondoil to oparato.
Such a vossel, which would cost about
$100,000, would lmmodiutoly provo
herself to bo tho most useful V03sal ot
any toralgu power upon that sta
tion." Considerable space Is given to tho nt
tack in Valparaiso on the seamen ot the
Baltimore, and the Secretary sums up
the situation as follows: "Whether the
attacks on tho soamen of tho Daltlmoro
were preconcerted or not, their raal
cause can only bo found In tha bitter
hostility ot the Chilians toward tho
United States, a feeling largely duo to
the false and malicious accusations
which have boen put forth at Iquique
and later at Valparaiso in referonca to
tho action ot tho navy ot the United
States during tho progress ot the revo
lution. It is due to the navy to state
that so far from having glvsn causa tor
Bitch a feeling, its conduct, under the
Instructions of the department, has In
every respect baon fair, just and tem
perate." The Secretary says the most mo
mentous question ot tha year was that
of armor, and ho refors to tho trial at
Indian Ho ad as follows: "The results ot
the trial wore in the highest degree sat
isfactory. Each ot tha six plates manu
factured In this country was superior to
tho aompound plate, while tho nickel
Harveyed plate and the high-carbon
nickel plata were superior to all the for
eign plates ot the Annapolis trial. They
may, tharsfore, be pronouncod in ad
vance of the best armor hitherto manu
factured In Europe."
The subjoots of high explosives, naval
militia and a hotter system of promotion
are discussed by Mr. Tracy.
A I'lreiuan Murdered.
Newauk, N. J., Dec. 7. WJills Thoi.
W. Holmes a Are man, was walking up
Ilritlge stroot yostorJfty morning, Hurry
GUlett rusliud out ot a saloon, where ho
had been enaod in a quarrel, and,
placing a pistol at Holmes slds, fired,
Holmes was taken to a hospttdl, danger
ously wounded. Qillett Isuuder arrest.
NEW YORK NEWS IN BRIEF.
Cyrus W. Field's condition Is still re
ported as Improving. Mrs. Llndley re
mains very low.
It is expected that the forgery case
Hgainst ex-Assemblyman Demurest will
come up for trial at Nyaclc to-day.
Isaiah Keyser, clerk lu the Court of
Common l'leas, New York, has confossod
judgment tor $10,311.88 to Nathaniel
Jarvls, due for rents collected.
The trial of Darwin J. Meserolo, the
son ot Gen. Jeremiah V. Ueserole, for
murder in the first degree for the kill
ing of Theodore l.nrblg In Ilrooklyn,
commenced tnis morning.
The vote on the Stats ticket as can
vassed by the Xew York State Hoard of
Canvassers shows for Governor: Flower,
883,89;); Fassdtt. O'di.OoO. Lieut-Governor:
Sheehan, 075,012; Vrooman, 810,
SOU. William Ludwlg, John LuU, John
Wager aud Jacob Kenssals, employes In
tho Udlson Kleotrlo Works lu Schnoc
taily, N. Y., have been arrested chanced
with stealing motors valued at several
Judge Barnard in tho Dutchess Coun
ty Canvass case, granted the motion for
n peremptory mandamus requiring tits
County Canvasiiuft Board to recount
the votes for Senator, a.i 1 also stays the
State Board ot Canvassors until the cor
rect result U reached.
Thomas Powell ltamsdell is dead in
Newuurg, aged SI. lie wa a msmber
of the Homer ltamsdell Transportation
Company of Newburg, and for several
years prior to 187H was manager of the
Newburg and Klshkill Ferry and the
tsal estate interests of that corporation,
USED UY MEN, WOMEN Aim CHILDREN.
A SHINE LASTS A WEEK.
A Handsome polish.
aOC. A BOTTLE.
1 cent a foot
I will pay for changing tho np
penrunco of old Furniture eo
completelytliHtit will look like new.
IS THE NAME
OF THE PAINT THAT DOES IT,
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR TO Wim
Purifies the blood bv ex-
n- m . ,1 1
pelling the lrtlpUl ltlCS through
the proper channels aud never
causes eruptions on tho skin.
llegulates tho bowels Cures
dyspepsia, liver and kidney
troubles, tones up the .system
and gives you an appetite.
Never fails to cure any con-
. 1 dition produced by impure or
impoverished blood, pr a dis
ordered state of stomach, liver
Sold at Kirlln'b Drug Store,
Ferguson' t Hotel lilotfc, Shenandoah, Pa.
Ask my ncrntN for V. I.. Dnuaina Shorn.
If not Inl- snlo 111 iwir plncu nik jour
ilcnlor to Ht'iitl for cntaliiaiu-, seenro tun
iicrnrv. and crt tlit-iu lor i,u.
ta-TAKK SO SUKSTITUTE.-JEI
S3 SHOE cmen
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WOULD FOR THE MONEY?
It U n rit'ftinloM hliiH1, hh nu tat' Us ur wax thi- ad
to hurt itiofcet; mat it; of the lust fine cnir, stWlsli
ftud ensv, ami bemuse n- mak? moi- hcca of this
grade thnn any otlu-i mmmai tu,ei. It etfuals haild
bmvt'fl phut'f costing fi'ttin .1 00 to $.1 00.
CSfA OO (ei-niiliio llaml-4Ctf imI, tho finest calf
TJhB nbuo ever oITcn'tl for $")0j oqual l'rencli
lmportt'd shoo a which co-it from SAMitu SU.OO.
tt, A 110 llaml-SiMVfil Wi'lt Shoo, lino rnlf.
btll8h, com fort ublo nml d urn tile. The best
Btioo vwr ofTercd at thin price ; name Krndo as cm
toin-inmli) nhors t'oatlnff from $b JO to ?H-00.
CSO 30 l'nlic hlHM'i Farmers, Ha 11 road Hen
v3 aud U'ttcrt'arilersnll woartliemj tl no calf,
seamlem, suioutli luikle. heavy throu Boles, exten
sion edue. Oue pair wilt wear a jcar.
SO 0 (l ui) riilft no hotter shoe ever offered at
this price; oue trlul will cnutluco those
who want a shoo for comfort and per vice.
Geit M!i mid i Worltliiumiin'-i shoos
ii&mm aro very strouif and durahlo. Those who
Iinvo given them a t.'lal will wear no other mako.
nniif' &'00 uml school shoes are
lOUJr O woru by tho Iks everywhere, they sell
on their meilts, a the Inoreat-tiiR sales show.
I nniac iiiiini4etMi eiioe, ihjsk
ImUiIICo Dontio'a, very stll5h;eiuals French
Iniirortcd shoes coating from $1.0) to Jwi.tuJ.
LiuIIck' 'J.,'0, M.OO iintl Sl.7."i shoe for
Missed are the best fine Uongola. M) llsh aud durable.
:uutloin heo that V. L. Dour las name and
price aro stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
V. L UUUULAS, Urockton, Mass.
cod North Fourth St.,
UUO bl. Own, I'MttAPBLfBleV,
tho ooir giDttluQ (itrmmn Anieri
8(kcUUH In U Culled Stw nbo U
able to curt Qlood PolSOrit
Nervous Debility 8pt
hklo Df leftsci. Kt-d iijsjH PkIdi U Um
Blotcliei, Plinjilw, FropUor It
bsrJ UIofm. tiwrlllnv. JrriUUoni,
Btilcturn, Wkknr uid ttrly
4Mtj, loit memory uk biwk mcnUl oiIHt money
Hlfcl-lcr Dlwsar nl lt OIwmm rwnltlnit from K""B
In 11. r- Uott cr Ot. rw,rk. Rccro. tM 'urcl In 4 t- 10
rtlKf t onc. Do not Inf liope, do tntUr wht
tt.tn n.ti- Oiiir-fc. or Il.m.lt! Plivtr-laa tu WW.
Dr THEEL eurti positively wliL ui d.uuii n fipm
DQIlael. OLD VOrn" UIDDLS nn imi rii"i ui"i'
llvniiTIIII r.Elt,. nnsnii ur, tf
tcn or poor sria "Brp in uiiun
H.,7.;i MiilT trim 9 ta t M W . W'fJ 4 8t.
Et'itI 9 to 10 Kandiv 9 t It Write
for lUftjrL0H ioi WvdB. Sn
nil. (Ully Tims
II you want to see a flue dtspluy 01 Uootsana
Hhoes, go to
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot aud Shoe Stove,
(Mae teller's old stand,)
Corner Coal anil Jarcilu HtH.
Custom Work and Uepnlrlnu;
Done In the best ttyle.
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will be pleased to meet the want
of his rrlends aud the public In
Everything in tho Drinking Line.
URIOKKK il. V
FIIY&IOIAN AND SZiRBEON,
No'. 9 East Centre Htreet; Mahanoy City, Fa
akin and nil special diseases a speolal lyt
WHY IS THE
W LB DOUGLAS