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YET ANOTHER CRAM
THE GRAVES TRIAL' W0UTs
rtighest of all in Leavening Power. U. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Ho Attompts To Kill Chair-
Caso Against tho Provldonco
lnnn Edwnrd Murphy.
STRUCK HIM WITH A HATCHET.
.DDIIESS OP THE PROSECUTOR.
The Madman's Furposa Discovered Just
Ha Tells How Mr, Barnaby Was. Pol
toned, and II iviews the Endanoe.
in Tirno to Provont Murder.
l'f ents in the most elegant form
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Nearly every pattern of ?a Horse
bj b fti "Er h era
Rt tS ,"-.. ci Ms M
m B vsti az ft?h
UlanXCt IS imitated in COlOr anO ed the l-upal JNunclo at IMrls, Mon
tsrlf Tn mnst r-ncpe trio imihlmn e'guor Teratti, to disavow the recent
style, in most cases tne imitation HcUonottU0 Frimch nishops in array
looks just as good as the genuine, lug themselves iu opposition to the
but it hasn't the ivarp threads, and French government generally, and par
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so lacks strength.nnd while it sells ,lllpi uieres. it is understood
for Only a little less than the genu-1 that this action was taken as a result
ine it isn't worth One-half as much. I f hB "ml-offloliil yarning from Franco
, . . ., ,, mix tuat tnu Frenoh Ambassador at the
Tlie fact that VA Horse afanketS I Vatican. Count Lefelvre de Rename,
are copied is strong evidence
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that they are THE STANDARD, I
and every buyer should see that
the trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
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Mr, Murphy tint Much Hurt 11a Strug-
glftil Tiercel? with 111 Aasiillttn, who
was 1'lnally Ovrirpowareil A Lunatic
who litlit Kncoittly bofm llttlrnsail From
nn Asylum No-Cuuse for the Aaanutt.
Tliov, N. V., Dee. -0. Hon. Edwnrd
Murphy, Jr., Chairman o( the Demo
crntlo State Committee, hail n narrow
escape from death yesterday afternoon
it the haiiiU o( a murderous crank,
Daniel Murphy by name.
Mr. Murphy was about to ascend the
stoop of IiIh residence on Fifth Avenue,
when hurrying footsteps behind at
tracted his attention. What he saw, he
iittefWards said, sent a momentary thrill
of fear through his mind, (or within a
few feet of him was a tall, well built
young man, with hatchot uplifted, In
the very act of dealing him a murderous
With a bound, the young man sprang
at him, and the hatchet descended
through the air. Mr. Murphy was for
tunate enough to dodge the direct force
of the blow, but the weapon, neverthe
less, struck him In a glancing manner
on the right side of the neck, making a
plight abrasion, and breaking-the liuou
Mr. Murphy at once crannied with
his assailant and tried to wrest the
hatchet from his grnsp. Fulling In this,
he deult the fellow a blow in the face
which felled htm to the ground, and
sent the hatchet flying Into the middle
of the roadway. Sevoral persons who
had witnessed the fray from a dlslauce
now came upon the scene, and, seizing
the would-be assassin, held him until
an officer arrived.
Ho was taken to the police station
where ho was recognized as Daniel
Murphy, an Intemperate follow, who
was but recently released from an In
sane asylnm. He Is about 80 years old,
nearly islx feet In height and well built.
He is naturally of an ngly and vicious
temperment and has repeatedly been in
jail for assaulting his wife.
The prisoner denied at the station that
he had made any assault upon Mr.
Murphy or that he had had a hatchet.
It was learned, however, upon Investi
gation by the police, that the man had
been looking for Mr. Murphy all morn
lng and had Inquired of various persons
where he was likely to meet him.
Mr. Murphy declares that he does not
know the fellow and cannot assign any
reasons for the attempt upon his life.
Conductor nntl Knslneer Held.
ThentoS, N. J.. Dec. 0. The coroner's
jury which has been investigating the
wreck on the Philadelphia and Heading
Railroad at Pennington, which occurred
on Thursday last, brought In a verdict
In ths afternoon holding Robt Riley and
Lewis W. Leonard, the conductor and
engines,- of the construction train which
caused the wreck, responsible for the
i three deaths which ware tho fatal aesult
! of the collision. Riley and Leonard wore
immediately arrested and later liberated
under $1,000 bail to await the action of
the grand jury. The jury ulso censured
the railroad company for not providing
elevated signals at each end of their
RoMEi jjeo. 9.TUo Popo haIu,;n;ot.
should the French
Archbishops and Bishops con tl
aggraVatlng conduct directly
rectly as a result
of the Archbishop of
llayaril and lludires O-inuut Go.
CnioAQO, Dec. 0. Ex-Secretary of
Btate T. F. Biyard and James F.
Hodges, of Maryland, who won selected
by Director-General Davis as members
of the Second National Commission
that was to visit Southern Europeau
countries lu the Interest of the World's
Fair, have notified Mr. Davis that It
will be Impossible tor them to make the
trip. Thee other two members of the
Commission, Thomas D. Bryan and N.
II. Hlglnbotham, hsvo already sailed for
1)111 Attain Arrested,
CiXArtnELD, Pa., Dec 9. Eic-Presl-
dont Dill, of the defunct First National
' 13. in R at this place ami owner oi tne
I Houtxdule Dank, at HoutztUla, was ar
rested yesterday, charged with convert
ing to his uwn un fuuds belonging to
t.iu latter bank. The lufurimulon on
which the oharge is basel was furnished
bv the cashier of i he iloutzlalu lliniK
Dill was held iu 1,030 ball. He will
huvu a hearing lu the matter to-morrow,
Murderitr IleocunI ly I'rluinls.
Btaiikk. Fin.. Dec, 9. Frank Foster,
who was to have been hanged hero for
the murder of W. H, Kppersou two
years ago, was forcibly tuken from the
county jail during tho night by a party
of unknown men. it was at nrst ue
lleved that he was the victim of I
Ivnahlm n.irtv. hut as no traoes of Fos
tor's bodv can be found the opinion Is
now general that he was rescued by
Soars nuil Latham Tie.
Boston, Dio. 9. Peler Latham, the
chamnlon raeRet player of the worm
and R. I). Sears, tho ex-ohamnion
lawn tennis, played an exciting in it oh
at court tenuis In the Boston Athletic
Association Court yesterday afternoon.
Latham conoe lod Sears odds of 15 for a
bUtiuc. iv.:d ut the close each Hal won
NEW JERSEY JOTTINQ3.
Three more cases ot small dox wero
discovered in Newark yesterday.
Warren Swift, son of cx-Alderman
Swift, of Paterson. was instantly killed
yesterday by being crushed by v boiler
WU10A as was ouuiuk 9 nwoio uum
m In whlsh he was employed.
Tllden Will Decision Btnnrtj.
Albant, N. Y., Deo. 0. In the Tllden
will case, In the second division of the
Court of Appeals yesterday, tile motion
for reargumxiit and motion to amend
remittitur was denied with costs.
Judges Ilradley and Vann dissented
from the Second Division's denial of tho
motion for reargutuent In the Tllden
NEW ENGLAND BRIEFS.
Steamor City of Macon, Capt. Lewis,
which sailed from Boston for S ivanualr,
Ga., has returned with a broKeu eccen
H. h. Whittlesly has been appointed
rocelver of the People's United Legion
and Endowment Order, of Boston.
During the present year there have
been huilt In Maine 131 vessels of un
aggregate tonnage of SO,!)37.
The crew of the Hchooner Nova Scotia,
which sunk oil Cranberry Isles, Me., in
the gale, escaped to South West Harbor
Several buildings on the old Nntnan
J. Slmonds estate, Woliurn, Mass.,
were burned yesterday afternoon, entail
ing a lots of $15,000. Thero 's very lit-
It Otrrei Coldi,ConrJ,SoreThat,Cronp,Ieflnzs,
Whooping Cough, Bronehltls fta4 Aithma. A et rtaU
turf lor uomumptiuu u u.- - -
aivsneed stages, cisitouae. iouwiihbiwiw
?llnt effort sfter Uktog the . first dot. Sold r
STerjimirs. Lugs miles, M osnH U1 L03.
FALT. AND WIN
TCIl HTYLES OK
East Centre St, Shenandoah, Pa.
The lluestand largest assortment
In Ilatu, Bonnets and Caps at re
markably low prices, Our line of
Children's TIUUMED aND UN
Oanxiot Too 3Bc2.xxt,lXod.
The rlaco to pui chase your
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A general block ot
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(be styles. Good workmanship, promptness
uuu lair prions.
To the lvltiw of Shenandoah and vicinity.
A Sdent'Ilo Dre Culling nod Marine Urauoa
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biiildljir. over the nnst oflloe. wbfre nnoils
arelak nandlaiiKht lliola't st unci heut syo-
tem orcuitiugaua areasniaai' g riionjinciri
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readllyncqulrcd. Allnredellghud who have
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ll-U-tt Mrs. N.C.nKWITT.
J- H POMKROr,
tB)t-JKUAirstraUaiii lorner Usln nd Osutii
Maryland Mate Grango lu Session.
Balti-Moue, Md., Deo. 0. The annual
meeting of tho Maryland State Orange
began last evening. The closing session
will probably be hold to-morrow. An
officer of the Orange saya that lu nil
probability only routine business would
be transacted during the meeting, lie
added that tho Maryland Orange will
not connect Itself in any way with the
Farmers' Alliauoo, as the members do
not favor admitting polltlos Into their
Strnlton's tlvnlli Caused by Alcoholism.
New YoitK, Dec. 9. The Inquest into
the death of tho late Oeorgo Henry
Strattou, who died in Uallevue Hospital
after having been taken from a museum, I
where ho was participating in n fasting
contest, was ouded by the Jury return
ing a verdict that Strattan's death was
due to alcoholism, superinduced by
What u Vote of Thanks
Would be pitted if babiaa oould speak ol
Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. Thousand.' have
been cured by it. Absolutely aafe. J. At
Hillan and 0. J. McCarthy, ibe druggU'.s,
glvoaway samples to thuo who doubt
Tho lutfst feiniuiuu fancv is steam
ing tue uiK-eku lor theuoiupluxion.
A Natiouul Event.
The lnildioir of the World's Pair InaclLv
scarcely 11 ty ve.rs old will be a remarkable
evpnt, Inn wneilier It will roiliy bruetit llus
mon .s niucn as the discovery oi the
llosl irattve Nervine bv l)r l'Yanltllii Mil 's 1
doubtful. I'tns Is Just what ihe American
people n-'fd to cure thtur excessivo norvous
ness, dyspepsia, ho.irlactte, ilUztuess, steep
toisuess, aeuraljla, nervous debility, ilullnes,
condition of mlud, etc. It acLs I ke a charm.
'IVIol'h-it , I. .a H.m lim. , V- .......... a .. .. .1
Heart Dioikps." with uncnualsd testlmojliils.
free ntC II. Hmienbiicu's drugstore. Jt tt
warranted to contain no onium. mornlitne or
Rehearsals of Christum music have
MUob' Iiorvo ana tilvor PlUs
Act on a new nrlnclDle reuulallnc the
liver, stomach and bowels through the nervri
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' l'llls speedily
etuo biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles,
constipation. unetualed lor men, womeu,
cnuaren. nmaussi, muoesi,surpsii diaoses,
2.U). Samples Free, at (J. H. ilagenbuch's
lire plenty and cheap
Heart dlftoaRe Is ifuslly fiupposcd to be I11-
curabio, nut when propeny Heated a large
proportion 01 cases din ot cureu, inusaus.
tiuur.i union. 01 r.iKiinn. mil, nntl Mrs.
Mary L. Maker, ol Ovid. Mich., were cured
alter ninerlnu 20 yen's. 8. O. Li 11 bur or.
drUiTKist ut rjau Jose, III., Kays tnnl Dr. Miles'
New Heart Onie, whicli curid Hie lor ner,
'worked wonders lor his wllo." lA3vl ocnu.
of Uuchsnan, Mich., who had heart diM-ase
iorao years, sjvs two unmet iniuiH turn "i(ei
like a now man." Dr Miles' New Heart Cue
is mid and iztlaranteed nv (I. II llneenuuc It
tho druggist, llookof wonderful testimonials
Tlie storms weie hiavv and dcstiuc-
live this fall.
Oh, What a Cough.
Will 5'ou heed the warning? The clenal per-
inpr tbimiro approach of that more Ur
rlblc ' ,,'IH, (Imnliiirt'.on. Ask yoursolvc
f you can auord for the sake in saving on
We know from exnerlence that Khllofi's Cnr-
inla t vnn'llia plot, n nit tin nAlh fn. II
will Cure your Cough, It nevtr rails. This
explains wuy moro man a Minion ioiTie
were sold the past year. It rel!6ves Croup
nd Whopplnu Cough at ence. Mothers do
not be without IU For Laruo tuck, Hldo o;
Chest. nsnBhllou's Porous Plasler. Bold bt
C. II. Hagenbuch, N. K. corner Main and
J? or every font of stature a man
should weigh 20 pounds.
Shl'-u'a Consumption Cure.
This I. eyond nuestlou the most sno-
leeslul Ci.nifli Medicine we have ever sola
1 lew 'Iobm Invariably oure the wont cases ol
ixiogn, v-roup, ana isroncuuu', wniie us woo
leriui succe-H in ino cure or uonsumniion v
without a parallel In the history of mt'cln
31nee It's first discovery It has been sold on r.
rimrantoe. a test which no other raedieln
-an stand, Ii you have a Couah we earnestly
Jt you to try it. l'rioe 10 eenls, 60 cent, an''
J1.U0. If vour hunt's are fiore. Chest or uaclt
lame, use Hhlloh's Porous Plaster. Hold b
a II. llageabuch, N. K. corner Main aaf
Tho owners of slelh look at them
.vlstfully ut times.
A Yankoe Sheriff Frlglitenad.
A well Known shunlt. Ilvinir In Maine, wet,
given up 10 uia wun wnat 11 h piiyxicia-
rauei unnsruiiptinu. a menu attvmea mm u
try t'aii-Tlna Cough and ifnaiiiH' nou Cure
rtcovery followed, and the ito,'ior now uses II
HIT t till IIS, ttO'ltH null l!Y)OMli..pilOU. 'lrtt
uoiiiet, jreeui jtirua Hiirtig stun-:
Die tnrkovB lira now be lux I'attemd
lor the iJtirlstums r.at.
What Father Pablo Varola Says
Cbi.aya. uctobei 1. 18H.1.
I know several pent Ie who have sullered
Kteailv from ihe ootisiinuenfeH or Impure
bl ml, ami 1 a very Hh,,rt while hive ft-lt
much uelU'i uy using tlie meulciuo winch w
sent here by t'oaltamon Aivt for tint jm
no-e. I recom no it ihls remedy 11 o
which pr m'SAS the best results, ami U trie
Bold at ICirlin's Drngrjtore.Fergusou Uoum
uiocs. meuauaoa ,
WALL PAPER BARGAINS
Largest andcheapest Block In town.
Artistic Painting, Graining anl Decorating
J. P. GARDEN,
10 2 6m 221 W, Centre Ht.. HHKNANDOA1I
CHRIS. BOSS LEE'S
SALOON AND RESTAUR AN
201 N. Main St., Shenandoah.
The Finest Slock ot Beers, Ales, Cigars, ic,
No One Hut the DulVlidniU Conltl ItnTfl
Any Jlotlvo fur tlie IViiiii in'i Iloutli
AVlint the l)i-f..no Mill Minw-llr,
Oravrs Will Deny livery Accusation
Ills Altntners Cnllflilttnt.
Denver, Col., Dec. 0. The trial of
Dr. T. Thatoher Graves, of Providence,
R. I., for the murder of Mrs. Rarnaby
was begun before Judge Rising yesterday
morning. District - Attorney I. N.
Stevous made the opening a I dress.
Tho courtroom was thronged. Mrs. J.
II. Conrad and her sister. Miss Maud
Baruaby, oocupied seats near the defend
ant. Mrs. Conrad wore deep mourning,
and during Mr. Stevens' speech she
showed much emotion. Dr. Graves, dur
ing the morning, was composed and
smiling, but when court adjourned he
soemod tired nnd disturbed.
Mr. Stevens reviewed tho history ot
tho Barnaby family, speaktng ot the
marriage ot Jorothum B. Barnaby to
Josephine A. Reynolds In 1837, ami tho
h.rth to them of tliroo children, two of
wuom, Airs. John II. Conrad, of 1)111- I
lugs, Mont., and Maud Josephine, are
now alive. Upsides bidng successful In
business, Mr. Barnaby became promi
nent iu politics Ho was at one time
the Democratic otudidate tor (lovarnor
of Rhode Island, nnd was for many
years a inembor ot tho National Demo
Tho defendant, Dr. T. Thatcher
Graves, came to Providence five years
ago and Mrs. Barnaby becimo acquaint
ed with him through her washwoman,
who also worke 1 in the Graves house
hold. In doctoring Mrs. Barnaby for
paralysis Dr. Graves gained complete
control of her. Wn on her husband died
iu 183U he induced her to coutest tho
will and to accept ns her counsel Col.
H. It. Billon, the doctor's own le.il ad
viser, the suit was compromised for
$103,000. Mrs. Rarnaby mado a will,
giving Graves $33,003 and making him
her solo executor, without bond.
The District-Attorney told of how
raves obtained control ot the whole
property and invested it according to
his own wishes; ot the trips which Mrs.
Barnaby took away from home by his
lltection; ot her Hit among the Adlron-
dacks, where sho met the Bonnetts and
here Salln Hanley was forced upon
her as a maid, and of tho evonts lead
ing up to Mrs. Barnaby's rupture with
Dr. Graves and tho time when she do
mando.l ot him the return of her will,
that she might make another.
Mr. Stevens spoke ot Mrs. Barnaby's
death In Denver, Col., from poison con
tained In a bottle sent from the East.
rotn the Inscription on the bottle, its
contents were supposed to bo whiskey.
Mr. Stevens said he would prove that
the bottle came from Graves, although
the latier had tried to throw suspicion
on the Bennetts.
After reviewing other events asso
ciating Dr. Graves with tho casj, the
District Attorney told how the doctor
admllted to John II. Conrad In Provl-
ence that he had sent the bottle to Mrs.
Barnaby. Graves had said, however.
that he had put only whiskey In tho
bottle and that he could not uutlorstaud
how poison git Into It. The same ad
mission was afterwards made to a Bos
ton detective namod Hunscoin, who had
bean introduced to the doctor as Con
rad's brolhor. Graves said he supposed
ho had put a uooso around his neck, and
beggotl Conrad to drop the case.
In closing District Attorney atevens
said that poison, and a compound of
nrsonlc, could not linvo noeu prepared
by oue without a knowledge of obem-
stry. and no one in tho world but the
defendant, he claims. 1, oould have had
any motive for Mrs. Barnaby's death.
Iu speaking of Judge Furnian s In
tended address, Judgo Macon said:
'The defense havo heard ths Govern -
meat's opening with interest. We
were surprised that it was not stronger.
We shall light this case to the hitter
end, We will not admit sending a bot
tle ot whiskey, as alleged by Mr. Con
rad and Mr. Ilauscom. Dr. Graves will
positively deny overy accusation."
AM fur I'l-eabytflrlan Churches.
Altoona, Pa., Dec. 0. Tho executive
commlttoa of the Presbyterian Synodi-
cal Committee for the sustentation of
tho weak churches In the States ot
Pennsylvania and West Virginia, mat
hero yesterday and grautud aid to about
!U rresuyterltm churches 111 tlieso
States for the support ot their pastors,
the total amount being ?il,UJl. The
committee also considero I plans for
raising this amount uutl for enlarging
missions in the growing ultles.
1 lie Nuvrlulji'l
WA8HI NOTO.V, Dec.
9. A prepared
Htutemeut issued by the Pension Oilloo
shows that tor the month of November
Hi neusion olaims of all olaxsas wore
a. lowed, upon which the first paymerltH
aggregated lJ, 8Cl;j,SJ. IS. The average
payment to e.toh pensioner, tnereiore,
was $124.20. Of the lisj.asa claims al
lowed, 13,060 were under tho aot ot
June 27, 18D0.
NEW YORK NEWS IN BRIEF.
Tho identity of the man who lout his
life in an attomnt to blow up Kuisell
Sage ou Friil y lost Is still u mystery.
Louis l.oescb w as killed yesterday at
llnll.ilo by an explosion in the holler
room ol 10, uounuu uo. piauiug
A dlnnor was tendered to L'rd Abar-
iloeu last night, ut Dalmtmioo's, New
York, by the National federation, ot
Ton jurorn have so far been secured
ut Nyack to try ex-Awiemblymau frank
1'. Demurest, who la ohaiged with
The story ooirm from New York that
William J. s.ttilnn'e (the actor) mem
ory Is failing, uud two prompters are
kept near him.
Friday h.m lieeu set down for tho hear
lng ot the urgtimenta in tha nine ap
peals urlaiug from the four Senatorial
disputes, before tho Court ot Appeals.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Ulster & Delaware and
the Delawar. Si Otsego railroad com
panies in Hondout yesterday afternoon
ths eld board of directors were elected.
USED BY MEN. WOMEN HD CHILDREN.
A SHINE LASTS A WEEK.
A Handsome polish.
20C. A BOTTLE.
1 cent a foot
g will pay for ohnnrrlno tho np
pearance of old Furniture bo
completely thntit will look llko new.
IS THE W -a NAME
OF THE PAINT THAT DOE3 IT,
CACTUS BLOOD CUKB.
SUPERIOR TO SARSAPARILLA
PurilicH tho blood by ex
pelling the impui ities through
the proper chittifiolsiXtKl never
causes eruptions on tho rkin.
Regulates the bowels Cures
dyspepsia, liver and kidney
troubles, tones up tlie system
and gives you anapprtite.
Never fails i o cure any con
dition produced by impure or
impoverished blood, or a dis
ordered state of stomach, liver
Sold at Klrlln'i Drug Store,
Ferguson's Hotet Block, Shenandoah, Pa,
Ask my necntn Tor W. I.. Dnuslnst Hhocs.
If not lor snle In your plncc unit your
ilcnlcr to hciiiI for cntnlnicuc, secure tho
iiffcncy, mul cct tbciti tor yon.
$3T TA KK Ml SUBSTITUTE. -J
S3 SHOE CEMt8eVn
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WURLD FOR THE MONEY f
It Is ast'ainlosSHhoo, with tio tucks or wax tnreaU
to ltuit the feeii mmlo of the beat flno calf, (styllnri
nuil cas, and because wc mako mora shoe a of tht
(irnite Hum any otlo-r tnanufiirturer, Itcijuala baud
t'MVi'il fclioca coating fimn gi.i 0 to &i.M),
(2C 0(M(Miulti(! Hnuil-NCUi-iI the finest calf
PJm nhoo ever ottered for 6-i euals French
Imported ntioia wlilch cost irom $s.oto$l!.()0.
OA Iliiiul-Seuc.l Welt Simp, lino calf.
U'fi RtyJish, comfortable ami Uurnble. Tlie bf et
shoe ever urTercil at thU prlco ; namo k ratio as cut
torn nm'lo hIiol4 costing from fed IX) to fe't.ut).
C0 51 VulU'ii hhi'i Kaimers, Uallroad Men
0 and LetterCarrleraall wenrthpinj Hub calf,
Bcninlcis, smooth Inshte. heavy thito soles, exten
shin edgo. Ono pair will wear n year.
fflO otl Hup cuirt no liettcr shoe ever offered at
OStSiB thin prlcu; one tilal tvlll convince thoso
w hn want a Bhoo for cotnfurt and nervleo.
S5 ami $'.). WorUtiBiiiituM shoea
Icu aro very strong and dnrablf. Thoao wh
li.wo clvtn them a trial will wear no other make.
ESrfVYfc' tt-.0 )iixl Ml. 75 school shoes aro
E3jy St worn by tho bojs every where; they sell
ou theli merits, ns tho ituTfUBlnn tsales Rhow.
B nrlloc! 'I-1" Ilaml-ienrd shoe, best
lUull IvS Donn'ola, veryBtylltthiequalarrench
Imported fclioea costliiKfrnm fl.(Jtoi!.u.
Imdlen .ZM, J.OO and 91.75 shoo for
itiHscriareine iierttnne uoiikou. hiyiibuauaaurauio.
Ciiiiilon. See that V. L. DoiiRlas name and
prlco aruetampeH) on thub.ittom of each shoe.
W. h. UuUULAS. UrocktoD, Main.
piQn Worth Fourth 3t.t
OuU h1, liftn, 15iiiladu-i.
t!i i-uly if. uulno Qenntn Ain(-rlu
HiiMlt I'- hL' I DlUil I- bo La
bk- i cui Blood Potsotig
Bkiti Di. un- K.dtMoUPftlQs) la lb
Bti.kt.p riii.il", I ruptloni, iofl of
In ! V -', BffHilngt, IrrUftliont,
hiiiimB'loDi ati.l RuDulrj(.
Sltiiurt', Weaknta ftud Lul
dflr, Itwt roemorv k WH monUl miWT, Bi.iuey
BKhiT )lrMi RnJ !. rrulllof from
IttlU.ratonor OurwcrV nt o.-""irrl tu4'W 1
..ii.f si 11 tint, n.. .i.,t hm i.tri. no nmtti 1 ht a?er
Ultt Dtvctur, Duftck, I a nil- r t'
Dr. THE .CI. cuna pothlvelk '
tttuC. OLtt. ViH-'Mti, Mllill't "0
It) pl),.let.a lit. Itlld.
i.Itt nut rt-n niioa ftcla
!MJ IM. l I ATT-a
7r .t, ) r. r ,onU
1 r "IroTn t. tn 1 !!
, . to 9. Tp I t Sat
HUTH" -t".l o-
Br . ' - t-t- iin.l. a it
yar utftituoi. .to
11 ( r. 11 .nit l.i s
. S."inar ran, aaiij unw
A FINE SHOW
It you want to Be a fine rtplay 01 Hoolsnnd
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Matller' old stand,)
Ctiruer Coal and Jt ilu Hif..
Custom Work ami Kcpiiirlnjr
Don In the host ttyle.
WHY IS THE
W. L, DOUGLAS
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will be pleased to meet the wants
of his friends and the public In
Every thing in tho Drinking Line'.'
it. .HKiUK.KK, At.
PBY.SIOIAN AND S XjBQEO A7,
siolDifitut Centre Htreet; Mahauoy OUT, Y
rlkln and all special disease a speolally,