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tinlea on West Main rtwl. oinoilte the
t'oimiicrclnl Hotel, Itcytiold-iYlllf , Pa.
J)K. H. kTTTooV Kit.
Mcsldmt dentist. In lnilldlna near Mctho
flUI rlmri'h. iimmII Arnold lilmk. Ili-nllr-tiesa
VHASKJ. HLACK, 'rojirtWor.
The leading hotel of the town. tfi-nitiinr-tera
for commercial men. Hiriin heal, free
litis, hat li room, mid i-limrta on every lloor,
samnle nim, hllllard room, lclriliniin con
OltEKXit fVIA'WKW, I'mprittor.
Flrwt 1nm In wry tmrtl.nUr. In
tho viry rrntrf nf tin himlnrM tmrt nf (own.
Kn 'Imin tit Mini from trntim nnd comtntMllmin
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ninlntii to miM fmmnll trultiN. Knm
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TVIf'tmiiili ollh'i Hi ImlMlnir. Tin hot
fitted with nil tin iiuhIi'Iii I'onvrnlriH'fH.
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Htimnlr rooiimon the tmmitil lloor. Hoiim
lii'ittcil hy mil in al khh. OiiiiiIIhim to nml fi-otn
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The short line between lnltiiln. Klduwny,
Hrailford, rialitmanca, llnflalo. Km-hester,
Mii K urn rait hiiiI points In the iiiHtr oil
On and after Mut Nd, tW, passen
ger trains III unlveiuid depart fmm Kulla
Crwk mnl Ion, dully, cxi-i-pl Sunday, aa fol
lows: fill) A. M.-Itrndford Ari'oniniiHtetlon--Kor
Kdnta North Is-twecn Kails t'reck and
radford. 7:1ft u. m. mled train for
10:OI A.M. Hunalonnd Kis'henlcr nml I for
Hrockway villi-, KliltrnnyloliiisiHilmrK,Ml.
.Icwoit. lirniiroril, Hnlniuani'n, HiilTiilo mill
rtiH'liMtrr; ronm'ilnu lit JolinHonhtirK
Willi l. A K. train :i, for Wlliin, Kiuif,
Vki-iwi, t'orry anil Vli.
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Klin. PlintMiHMWiipv nml WiiImIoii.
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Kiln ami I'unxNiititwiu'v.
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1'iiiixi.uUwiicy ; lll:u A M., Mull fiim Wal
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coiiimiMliitlon fiimi llriiilfonl; l:l I'. M.,
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I'. M.. Mull from llutfulii nml ltH'li'iHtii's
?:M I. M., Ai'foninioiliitlon from llrtiilfonl.
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mill', rood for piimuirii liotwpiMi all ntatloim.
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Trains dully except Sunday.
DANID McCAltUO, Okn'l. HrpT.,
JAS. P. ANDEKSON, Gek'i.V'ahh! AotT'
DO YOU NEED
A NEW ATTIRE?
If so, and you want a good
fitting and well made suit at a
reasonable figure you will re
ceive aame by placing your
J. C. Froehlich,
Next door to Hotel MoConnell,
A LEADER OF SLAVES.
ROMANTIC niSE AND FALL OF
A 'haraiw In fllitory Which fl. Far
Ml.h4 Vhnwia for PtN anil Oratnra
rtaiHilaan'a naaa Traatwi.at nt thm Great
4lnaral Rla ttatlmaly R41.
Thirty yprt ami ToitanHltit IOtiTpr
tnre wan a immn to conjure with. I'im-U
and orntora dem'rilHHl hid rlrtnen ami hit
genlua ami cttetl him an an tllimtrlimi
inttiile of the rpaMllllr of hid rarn.
A rmuantlclntoreiit will alwaya ntUit't
to hi name. The ffu't that for flfty-fiint
ymrn he Htk1 in tleMMt olmcttrlty aa i
lave on a Ilaytlnn plantation ami thi
jilo character of hi mtlnejnint achloe
nient girt a tinge of antitie heroiam U
The Frentrh colony in Hay 11 waa lon
one of the greatrfrt nlave mart in thi
world. At the time of tho Fn'ticli revi
Itttitm there were In llm colony 80, (KK
whllea. 80,000 froe uinlatloen and ROO.OOt
tare. Tho tnnlattom, many of wliotn
hail been educated in Franco, tixik ad
vantage of the revolution and olitninet!
a recognition of their political righU
from the French aaapmlily; tho whiteaol
Ilnytl refnand to rncogtilrn the ilccinlot
and a war broke out which waa anor
complicated by an npriaing of tho whoh
alavo population. On a nii'inoriililc night
in AtiKUxt, I7IM, the plnntationa wert
fired and many of thn whitea were mur
Touiuiniut hiul not at thia time ac
quired the name of L'Otiverture. Thii
word, meaning "tho opctiing," waa ap
plied to li i tit afterward becauae Ik
opened a way for the freedom of hi ract
throtiKh the chaotio ronditiona of tilt
In the dreadful warn of tho year fol
lowing the upriaat of the alavea hi er
traordinary influence over hi race ami
hi military geniu gave him pre-eminence
over all other chlefa. A deaign
of freeing hi race, which could only bt
accomplished by making it the ruling
race of Hayti, gradually took ihape in
hi mind and form the key note of hit
France, Spain and England each bid
high for hia alliance, but France de
clared for the freedom of the alavea am)
he finally ranged himaclf under tin
French Hag. It waa evidently hia doair
t maintain a deairahlo connection with
a Kuropean power which would ycl
leave him at lilierty to develop hia plant
for Ida own race, but the realization ol
hia idea required a disinterested co-operation
of which no European govern
ment waa capable.
In a few yeara he bad been recognized
by France aa commander in chief of tin
army of Ilnytl and waa practically dic
tator of the inland.
Aa a ruler of Hayti he aurroundad
himaelf with the pomp of a prince, al
though personally he retained habita ol
aovoro simplicity, lie ate sparingly and
elopt little, being poaaeaaed of extraor
dinary power, of endurance. In dignity
of mitnncr he waa entirely equal to hii
position, lie endeavored to reconcile
conflicting races, and hia rulo waa im
partial and able.
Bnt Napoleon waa not the man to al
low a dictator under himaelf. lie acnl
an army of 80,000 mon to lluytf to re
store slavery and reduce the colony tc
Suspecting the true purpose of the ex
pedition, Toumaint resisted the landing
of the army, but finally laid down hit
arms after he bad been aasnced that
there waa no intention of restoring
slavery and that he injured the cause ol
hia race by resistance.
He was still too powerful to be openly
aeized, but he waa decoyed into the
French quartera and waa then hurried
on board a vessel and carried to France.
J,"e hoped to moot Napoleon and defend
liia conduct, but on landing be waa se
cretly hnrried to a lonely fortress in tht
Alps, where he shortly afterward died.
Many wild stories attributing hia death
to ninrder found credence at the time.
Neglect and the change from a tropio to
an Alpine climate doubtless hastened
By hia removal the progress of his
race was incalculably retarded.
While Tonssaint'a fate and place of im
prisonment were still unknown, Wads
worth wrote the beautiful sonnet, "To
Toussaint L'Ouverture." Hia history is
the subject of a drama by Lamartine,
and of a novel, "The Hour and the
Man," by Harriet Martinean. During
the antislavery agitation in the United
States he waa cited as a most illustrious
example of the real capabilities of his
race. A poem by Whittior and an ora
tion by Wendell Phillips commemorate
hia virtues and his genius. Detroit Free
Bow Sir Gavan Duffy Looked.
Mrs. Carlyle, in her "Journal," thus
describes Sir Charles Gavan Duffy as ha
looked in 1844 during a visit he paid to
"the sage of Chelsea:" "Mr. Duffy quite
took my husband's fancy, and mine also
to a certain extent With the coarsest
of human faces, decidedly as like a
horse's aa a man's, he is one of the people
that I should get to think beautiful."
Sir Charles Gavan Duffy himself tell
this story t Aa artist named Croinley
painted his portrait and bestowed on
him dreamy poetio face which might
have passed for Shelley's. The portrait
was shown to Daniel O'Connell by the
artist in presence of Duffy. "Is not that
very like Duffy," said Cromley. "H'm,"
laid O'Connell, looking from the por
trait) to the original, "I wish Duffy was
very like that" London Star.
Aa ttlmtrlaat ttel.etlve.
A clover piece of detective work.
which must appeal with sad nml crush
ing snggeativeneaa to the t-rook frater
nity, ha been dotio In Toledo. A Imrlier
for some time inissi-il rlcius from the
raae in hi shop. At first only a few
ciitara were taken, but presently tlm
thieves became bolder ami took whole
boxes. A watch wo set and detective
Were employed, bnt all In vniii. At lost
the barlier atrnrk on the idea of having
an antoinatic ili-trcli r fixed in the shop,
and ho railed in an clectrlciitn. A cam
era waa iirniiiKi'il so aa to cover the cigar
cane, and a flashlight nppnrattt and the
camera were connected by wire with
the sliding door of the car cose, ao
that when the door wus opened thn wiiea
would be brought together. The circuit
thua formed wotihl produce a tlmli ami
secure liiHtaiitancomily a piclttiu of the
thieve. For twelve days the cigar
were unmolested, but on the iiioiiiing of
the unlucky thirteenth tho thieves were
prompted to try their hand itRiiiti.
The plate wn taken from the in merit
and di)veloM.d, and on it waa seen a
itniqtio nml intcri'HtiiiK picture, contain
ing tho likencssc of two Juveniles who
were in tho net of Ftciiliug the i.-iKiirs
Every detail in the simp was distinctly
seen, the clock showing the lime at
which the youngstera' little opcrationa
were Interfered will), nml the mixture
of cunning and caution on tlio face of
the boy who was evidently taking the
activo part in securing the booty waa
intensely amusing. The hoy were at
once rccoKiiizod, weiu arrested, tried
ami sent to a reformatory, nml the judge
commended from thn bench the itigouu
ity of tho melius of detection employed.
New York Telegram.
The Literary Ferment In Franee.
I'hilareto Chasles relate in hi me
moir how one afternoon, a ho wn at
work in hi newspaper oillco, a younit
mnn with a military nir, looking a bold
a if ho were going to tho wars, knocked
imperiously at the door, walked in, ant
down and Raid, without further pre
"Monsieur, 1 am Hugo."
Then, after handing to Clinslc tin
famous yellow covered hook with the
password "Ilierro" on the title pngn, hi
asked him if he was tin his side or not,
"Monsieur, not only are wn going U
changn tioclry, which need K funda
mental revolution, but grammar also.
What do you think nliotit our prosody!
French prosody must bo completely over
hauled." So it lain Franco, whore ueithercenlu
riea nor year count, but only minatot
and seconds, tho shock of contraries and
tho violt'tico of reaction. The French
must nlwaya be fighting about some
thing even for Uoilcan ngalnat Ron
sard, and for Nonotto ugainst Voltaire.
Printers' Ink must smell of powder,
otherwise life aeeiiiB insipid and thought
without any aavor. Victor Iit;o'a vinit
to Chasles is typical. Theodoro Child
The Antiquity of tho Arabian florae.
How fnr back do tho pedigrees run
and what is tho origin of tho Arabian
horse? These question it i impossible
to answer .lulinitoly. Tho Uedouins
themselves tielieve that Allah created
the equine genus on their soil. "The
root or spring of the horao is," thoy sny
"in tho land of the Arab." This pious
belief Is shared by a few gtinorous souls
in England nnd America, a small but
dovotod band, who gallantly dofund tho
causo of the Arabian horse againHt his
only rival, the modern Engliiih thorough
bred. Chief among those faithful waa
the late Major R. D. Upton, who visited
the dosert himself and who has recorded
his experience nnd his views.
Major Upton concluded tlutt tho home
was found in Arabia "not luter than
about 100 years nftor tho deluge, if in
deed he did not find his way thore im
mediately after the exodus from tho ark,
which is by no means improbable," and
this probability the author tlten proceeds
seriously to consider. According to Ma
jor Upton and a few kindred spirits all
other breeds are mongrels, and the only
way to procure horseflesh in its bent and
purest form is to go hack to the fountain
head to the horse of the dosert. Atlan
Needed tho Tlarde.t. '
A young dentist who opened an office
on Jefferson avenue finds a good many
discouragoments. His first patient was
a thin young man who wore no waint
coat, and triced np his person with a
pink and yellow belt.
There waa a profitable hour or two in
the chair, during which tho young don
tist told his funniest stories as he filed
and chiseled and buzzed. At length, in
stead of filling up the biggest cavities
with gold and charging ten dollars
apiece, the conscientious beginner said:
"Shall I put in a soft filling, sir?"
"I board," replied the exhausted oc
cupant of the chair briefly.
"Beg pardon," said the dentist doubt
fully. "I asked you about a soft filling.
"Thunder and lightning," shouted the
patient, sitting np in the chair and pull
ing his mouth into shape; "I tell you 1
live In a boarding house, and if you've
got any ground glass, amalgam or rolled
steel caps use 'em. Soft filling, you
erazy coot; do I look like a suicide?"
Detroit Free Press.
A ray of light which would travel
Around the earth in about one-eighth of a
second takes more than four hours to
come from Neptune. For Alpha Cen
tanri, the nearest fixed star, light makes
the journey in five and a half yean,
WHAT MAKES THE SWELL.
Inn. Interesting Fnlnta Ahnnt Two Ap
parently Wall Hreased Men.
1 wa standing In the lobby of the
Adam House in lloston. A New York
rlttb man twine In nml stood talking
With some one In the lobby for several
After he bad irnnn nut thn man ho had
been talking with camo over to me he
waa a friend of mine and put this ques
tion: "How doea Hlcka Yardly dress ao
well? He hns only f),iMi0 a yenr, and
yet he manage to dress himself so ns to
look much better garlied than any Boa
ton man I know. Ktraugn, isn't it?"
Not at all.
The Boston man dressed on a cash an
count and an eye to color. The New
Yorker's dress wa not only an art, but
a science nn art because he hnd an eye
to harmony) a science because he hnd a
comprehensive knowledge of mean to
Any one know enough not to wear a
red cravat and a Imttlo green coats but
how many men know how to have their
roata cut or their shoes shaped? They
leave It to their tailor, and most tailor
rut a cont thn same for a stripling of
twenty an they would for an alderman.
Hlcka Yardly would have informed
the Boston mnn that hia lint wo too
broad brimmed, hi collar wa too high
in front and too low in thn bock; that
hi cravat wo blue and hi violets pur
ple Oh, horror of horrors! that hi cut
away hnd onn too tunny button on II;
that hi waistcoat bung down like nn
inverted V, wheren it should bind about
him like a la-It; that hi trousers were
ttaht to thn knee nml loose from there
down, wheren they should have been
tho reverse; that his sIiim-h turned up nt
the toes tho solo of thn English made
shoo touches the ground from tip In
heel ; that bin glove were russet, whereas
they should have been brick color; that
bin hair wan short on top ami long tie
hind, whereas It should be long on top
and short behind; that hi mustache
should not bn waxed; that hi tojicoat
waa loose In front and tight fitting in
tho back, whereas the reverse should lw
tho ense; that hi stick was a burkhorn,
In the fnco of thn well known fact that
no true man of tho world would enrry
nowaday any other than nn all wood
Mr. Hick Yardly would then panne
for want of breath nnd lenvn tho lobby,
while thn Bostonlte drew out hi Brown
ing and turned to "Homo Thought
from Over tlm Bea." Frederic Edward
McKay in Kale Field' Washington.
lie l.lk.d FLItlna;.
In tho imrformnnce of my pleasant
duties nn f'ditor I nm called niam tc
greet meiiilicrn of tho crnft from every
part tif tlm world where angling la fol
lowed as a pastime. I hare yet to meet
ono who failed to respond to my eagi I
search fur facts relative to the flsli In
their homo waters with less eagernoai
and enthusiasm than evinced by myself.
I have talked and queried with tho un
couth and unkempt and vth the pnl-
inhed and cultivated anglers of Uw
brooknnndtho books, and I have found
them, each nnd nil, to be possonned ol
valuable information as to tho bywayi
if tK't the highways of tho art recrea
I hnvo been taught liy tho clodhoppoi
oi Uio streaniH; 1 have gained invalu
able point from the fenah whacking boy
wh snatches 'mn out; thecowboy liahei
of the gulch holes, the "wum" bnitun
of tho Mississippi sluices, the Canadian
half breeds of tho Laurentlan strenmi
nnd tho malaria saturated d wollor "awaj
down on the Sitwaime river" have all
dropped ungliug pearls along my path
way, and Inst, not leant, have I gathered
consolation and enthusiasm from an in
genuous remark mitdo by nn old but 11
litorato angling rodater friend when he
was first told of Sain Johnson's slur.
"Well," said he, "toll old Johnson foi
me that, rathor than not go a-fishlng at
all, I m willing to be tho worm."
Could self abnegation go further in sac
rifioe or enthusiasm? American Angler.
Wldo Column, mnd tho Kyo.lvbt.
Eye experts insist that people who
wish to presorve their eyesight will do
well to confine their reading aa far aa
possible to round, fat faced type, and to
avoid that which is tall and thin. It
waa the shape of the type of the tiny
edition of Dante produced at the French
exposition almost on moch as its minute
ness which blinded some of the persons
engaged in correcting the sheets.
Another important point is to avwid
too wide a column or the eye is strained.
Tho only way to neutralize the tendency
to such strata is to turn cue bead from
nido to side, nftor the mannor of short-
lighted people. The width of a columa
lit reading matter ought sot to exceed
at the outside two inches, because that
(a about the natural range of the eye
when the head is kept motionless,
Where Kmorald Come From.
New emevuld mines have been discov
ered at Vegetable creek, in New South
Wales. Thoy are yielding many fin
stones, but the supply is still mainly de
rived from the ancient deposit in the
United States of Colombia, which have
been worked for more than three cen
turies. There the gems are dug oat of
black limestone by primitive methods,
with pickax and blasting. New York
The most densely peopled continent is
of course Europe. The number of peo
ple in Europe is known with a great de
gree of accuracy. There are about 800,
An Aeronaut's Kinarlrnao.
"I saw a balloon ascension and para
chute drop down In Texnn not so lonn
ago," said Ed Boeder, a well known ball
player now with one of the Southwest
ern league rlulm, "that waa very Inter
esting. The balliHinlnt Leroy tnnde an
aerial trip from a small town near Ana
tin one day and wn to make a parachnt
leap. When at an altitude of about
1,000 feet ho suddenly recollected thai
hi parachute waa a brand now one and
had never laen tested. Not raring tc
rink tho thing he attached a fifty pound
sack of snnd (ballast) to the pnrachnU
and rut It loose. Aa he feared, the thing;
failed to work right and did not open at
"Thesnnd and parachute, dropped likl
a streak to the earth, gaining momentum
with every foot nf their descent until
tbey struck the wooden roof of ahottnc
below, crashing through it like through
so much pner. The balloon soared nloft,
and In due time, a the hot air gradually
escaped, sank slowly to earth In tht
midst of a farm several miles from tht
town. The farm hands hnd observed lt
coming, and when It alighted seised
npon the airship, which wna a valuable
oiled silk nffnir, nml claimed It aa the
proM-rty of the owner of thn land lo
calise It had landed there. The right
of Professor Leroy, who happened to
bnvo landed right with hia property,
were entirely Ignored. . But tho captor
were obdurate and finally the professor
"Ho obtained a writ of replevin for hl
ballooti from tho nearest nijulre, nnd a
constable shortly after restored the enp
tn red airship to it rightful owner. The
holo in tlm roof of the building canned
by thn professor's nnndbag and tho dam
ago consequent thereto had tn be re
paired ami settled for at his expense.
Hnd he taken tho place of bin sandbag
al tho parachute's handle the funeral
expensea would hnve far exceodnd the
dniimgo to tho roof." Cincinnati Times
Star. s.ii1iliiiro Vapor In London.
No lean an authority than the presi
dent of thn Inntitnte of Civil Engineer!
has declared that tho sulphurous vapor
produced during the combustion of coal
is most beneficial to the Inhabitants of
London, disagreeable aa it undoubtedly
Aa many aa AMI tons of sulphur are
thrown into the air in one winter's day,
and tho enormous amount nf sulphurous
acid generated from It deodorizes and
disinfects the air, destroying diaagroe
able amelln emanating from refuse heap.
and sewers and killing the disease germs
which find their wny Into the atmos
phere. There may bo a good deal of trnth in
this view, but there la undoubtedly nil'
other side to tho question. It la an old
comparison that a doctor and his drug!
bear a relationship to the patient and
the disease like that of a policeman to
ward a householder attacked by a gar-
rotor. The Milicnman lay nlmut will)
his trtiucheon; sowintimes ho hits the
householder, sometimes tho garrotor,
and the good or ill which results from
his interference will dnpnnd upon which
party hapiens to got the most and the
Tills simile is admirably snitetl to sul
phurous acid ia London fogs, for al
though it may be beneficial to tho Lon
don householders by destroying ml
era be it certainly frequently does thorn
barm by attacking their kings and
bringing on -bronchitis and asthma,
which sometimes prove rapidly fatal, to
ay nothing of the minor discomforts ol
disagreeable taste, filthy smell, stuffed
.nose, husky throat, smarting eyes and
bead ache. London Lancot
A Ktrftrmneo of OplnVn.
The "old man" was in hianlarirt aleevea,
smoking a short pipe and trying to road
paper. Tho "'Id woman" was looking
att herself in a broken mirror -and giving
every evidenoo-of self satisfaction.
"Miko," sbe-asked at last "Vl'ye think
Hook like a leddy?"
"Not a bit," he replied shortly.
"Well, there's others thinka-different,"
he replied. "I got a letter oday from
one o them habit makers."
"You don't aseed any. Yon've got
"Well, I'm thankin heaven they're not
aa'bad aa yours, and there'a noae o' them
a wall people wculd look the likes of you
np an aend you afcice printed latter with
pictarea of yachting dresses an all like
that How'd ye think I'd look, Mike,
in one o them taik-r made akirtar
"N worse than ye do now. How'd
ye get the letter?"
"In the mail."
"With your name in writin on the out
aide?" "That's how it was, How'd ye s'pose
they got the name?"
"I don't s'pose'," he said, taking the
pipe ont of his mouth and straightening
up. "I don't s'pose at alL I've been
figurin what you did with the two dol
lars I gave you 'way back, an now, Mary
Ann, I know you gave it to that fellie
that was 'round here to put your name
in the Blue Book, so's you could be in
well company an get cire'lara tellin yon
how you can get a mlddlin fair dress to
wash windies in for $100. The next time
I give yon two dollars it'll be fifty cents,"
-43t Paul Pioneer Press.
Didn't Like the Shop.
Akenside's father was a butcher, hut
the poet himself in boyhood could rarely
be persuaded to enter the slaughter
bouse. During hia whole life he waa
lame from a wonnd in the foot occa
lioned in boyhood by the fall of a cleaver,
Bt, Louie Globe-Democrat
PILLSBURY ? REYNOLDS
To bo sold for the noxt few
weeks nt from
Lnflien now is your chance aa
IhiH is the greatest slaugh
ter ever made in Heyn
oldsville on Shoes.
J. B. ARNOLD.
1 1. 1 E.uiy 6mViiiit Bargain
J Vy BOLDER BROS StOrB
Main St., KeynoldHville, Pa.
No old shelf-worn gotKl, hut all now,
clean, nnluhlo stock and moro of thorn
for tho snmo money than you can buy
at any other storo In tho town. If you
aro looking for something you cannot
II ml at any other store, como to-
The Racket Store
and you will uiowt likely got It, and you
will bo surprised how cheap. People
wonder how I can pay rent and othor
expenses, will so cheap and live. Easily
explained, my friends, just llko this:
Buy for cash, soil for cash; I soli for
not s)S)t cash and I got bargains by
ying not ajxit cash for what X buy,,
consequently I am enabled to give you'
bargains for your cash. Come In and
look over my stock; no trouble to show
gooda whether you buy or not. CoodV
bought from mo and not satisfactory,
and returned In good order, and reas
onable timo, money will bo cheerfully
refunded if desired. Itomcmhor,! posit
ively state that I have no old shelf
worn goods, no shoddy goods, but a
clean cut a lino of every day goods as
you will find In any storo in Jefferson
county, and oh, how cheap. Come in
Ladiua and take a look at my line of
beautiful Laces, Wrappers, WaisU,
Aprons, Gloves, Mitts, Night Robes,
Stockings, Baby Carriage RoVx-n, Calico,
I lobes, Shlrtlng,blcached and unbleach
ed Muslin. I might go on mentioning;
the lots of bargains but would tako too
long, step tn and take a look for your
selves. Gentlemen, come In and buy
ono of our beautiful paintings, .10x3rl,
gilt frame, only 11. (XI, are going like
hot cakes; If you want one come quick.
I also have men's Hone, Shirts, Hand
kerchiefs, Drawers, Under Shirts, White
Shirts, Linen Collars and Cuffs, Cloves
and an endless number of other things
for gentlemen. Como In and look for
yourselves. I will only bo to glad to .
show you my stock. I have In stock
hundreds of articles for Ladies, Gentle
men and Children, Boys, Girls and
Baby's that would fill our town paper to
mention them all. This advertisement
is written in the plain American A. B.C.
language so everybody that can read
can understand every word of it.
The Racket Store.