Newspaper Page Text
An Old Man Eloquent.
in ardent wpirils. Who are they ? Wl.jil "Uncic John ".Cessna Talks on a"! they d., in- f.,r;tHe iM-ni-lit of man Temperance, j lc in.l - Xolhiiiir ortp than nolliinir. KnwwiBa rohilitioii slate, and yet H Strikes Som Telilnir Blows for i,as ,us''- nn'1 ' iiITerinK llian in tho Proh.liltory Ami-ndment. any other gtal. Sheriff's oCiec is worth I nothing there. .' ' V i i .... . ' Arts uf C"ntif otioiiM 1 ProUilj. - - Turn Out in L-ftrye Nurnltftfg ' to Hoar Him. )-tTmU HELD IN THE COURT HOUSE ON TUESDAY WIGHT. A very larire and crithiiMastic meeting of the friends of tlie Amendment to pro Libit the manufacture Hti.l sale if intoxi cating l'mmirs was held in the Court Hon' la! evening. The UMt-tiiij; was called to order ly Hon. Samuel Snydi-r, ("airman of the Prohibition County C'f mittee. Kev. Hiram King read a p I. in and lead in prayer ; the choir lea.) bvWin. II. i:nj'i'l. fang tin p- pmpriate mn(t. Tiie ottiecrs elected by the nuvtinr aeie as follows: President. Henry 1". Srhell. Vice PresiJciitM. .lohn M. (iiessner, 1.. C. 1-atiibert, I'aviJ Fuller, Aaron Plough, ,ieor-'f Wuuh, Cornelius Pender. Jacob M. !ive!y, J. I. W. roore, Mil, W. S. l;;.iek, Wm. H. Hay, Micr, Matthew Shafer, (ieorge W:n. i. S hr.u k, Friali Trint, mug. Jacob I.. M.iiiges, Herman Marti. ".lohu Hanna, J. ti. Henry, I-vi !i. Meng'-s, Andrew Woy, I'aiil S hlag hi I M "s Weaver. Ssretiiries. W. II. I'.aMihait, M. S. iri:!it!i. i I.ichtliler. The l'resiili iit "Mr. N hel!, after thunk . t . i t ... .. e. l lllg the nieclllig e r llie nonui ohiiit:ii j ou him by selecting him to preside over m large and rcujiectahle an assembly, miid he took great pleasure ill intnvluiiug i lloii. John Os-iia as the speaker of tie evening. Mr. Cessna introdileisl his subject by Mipliiiieiiting Somersi't county jieojilc, t i r.gretting the alweiice of Mr. Key- li il wl:o uau (H'eii iiiuei.i a-s one oi mi I : r-- I i. ...,r.r gratulatcd the inciting oil the .t i r.l I.,.... .....1 ..,ll..i; ,fw. y.X IIM IIIUU. l"' .ni-i , " ngs now being hel 1 all ever the while the whiskey party were d to diw iiss the isMis publicly. , ie opjsilioii is making its campaign miey from Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois. 1 1 other Slates. lie predicte 1 final victory f r proiiibi- tinii on account o' progriss m other ioat ters in the last century. U i lroads, tel egraphy, farming implements invented, im I ail o her improvement!! en inced l.iei to believe that progress is the great -l.g.in of the ttie. Valislies were r"f.-ned to to show that llojit.ii!i of the illllli llliellt Would I" rT r resoiins'S. lie :or Is of isiuiis LJ1. ) led to Hi i n-iifltis of the ywere irace.il.ie io ,.ie iraitn- in uip Iran '.' He claimed four till lis of i t imiiuil rT is the result of licensed hi usa s 4iil pmr houses, asylums and jails were occupied by drunkards. People pay thousand of dollars to support them. Tiie records of thi i .nMtiy si iw that i one llioiiMind million dollars wen- sjient in the Fniied stales la-t ve.:i f r Ii.pt .r - more 'ban tice as iiiu.h money fir honor as for bread. on ierso!Kil lilierty. We i! on 'I invade the rights of any. Tlurp always n iome kind uf liccnsi' in this coiiritry. aril all such laws are pr . l. il it on'. Near ly all of the licensed In .uses lire kept liy drinking (xsiple, and lle'ii b.iyn and iritis are likely to be the satue. He ridiculed the i lea bnught nut in tlie trial here to-day of taklig w hiskej with a little paregoric. Ac, or all kinds of ailments. A lire is put wt by pulling J iwn houses, the law allot it. When nu army nissled bread, etc., it took them for tiie public good why nil this? Fn wholesoine vegetable and neat can't be mid. Why? Law .rohii.i! it On the Ritup principle we advoca: prohibition in the liquor matter. We ' ant funda mental law. not statutes mrely, to de rtroy tlie tritllio in liiptor. If the amcndiiieiit sliouM-e adopted, five years, nor "'"i years roul change the law. Its workings wool 1 emmend it to all. Hi the .in. lioii that prohi'tion won't J.rolchit. said be ad':ii'ted I' Said that the "thou shnlt not kill," nd "thou Khalt not --ti'al" iI.h'.s not p.-i l'.it murder and theft. Hut w bile not rohihiting entirely it limits. We proiso to do away with sa'.o..ns and gamiing cstab lishrnetits. Men romb'ne to defeat tli object of tirohibitory law s by forminp lubs and buying 1-cer asi-.l whiskey St jugs, keg" and lioUles. If l'eniisyUaniailoptH the aniemlmeiit Virginia, Mary Ui and other Wab ill tso ii, follow. A taxes be iiif. '.ficnH-d by the pnssngef ti e coti ftitiitiona; imendment, he 1.1 only to way. that he pitied the man o oi)s'Si-y ph hibiti. n on the ground tts nrting him a few paltry o n'is. Hp si he km-v j of rases where the w ife and iitber toils j and sutl rs to provide for e family.! while tlx husband caroiiM .lund and; cotnes ho ne drunk and id 8- her for Hot l.ai iiig him a g'ssl meal; t.. re men are destroyed bv liipior atrtillv than , . . . i i ty were iiestnive.t yearly ly 4:l.tte war: the iiiiimIht being t ut at m hundred J'P'hese people that raie thy of lov-j (J liberty love w l.iskey far ber. ... , .1: J il- ,fi F,vo k'""ln-.l tlioumn.'l ,, i.,lay , are cn-ed ii; i,i;nmf.i, -lurinir un.I vend. in tlie amendment nil kind or i.,e. ull--rH-jaKionR-licmo-cruU, KepuUieaiiH. t.rcetibacken;. are in the movement. Polities out of tlie ques tion. Some nay it i.s a iMmocratie trii k. He pities the mail who so rhs. The !: .uhlieaiis resolved to L-ive the le a right t i vote on it. I !e claimed to I the father of it. Republican legislation parsed the net submitting it. Senator 'Jiiiiy anil Governor Heaver both favor it. Personal responsibility wan ur-ed up on voters. Though not a drinker von should ,h that thai w ill he for the pood of others. Not only in this worhl but in the one to come, you will W confronted with the eil of not standinz un for the rieht T . noon, loeii, eeryunn(? that comes in the way of voting for nohriety, temperance. I etc, iihide and cast yonr ballot for deliver-! unee from t4 im iriant evil ' Said there are two aides On the one fide the rag tag and lx.htail, on the other ministers, churches, &c. Which side are you on ? The jury in tin. Yoder rohliery r:ue put up a! the West K'ld II ilel, Tuesday night. Silk Sun I'liilireUas Iroin tl.S'i Mas. A. up. K. Fin.. Five Brothers. Fred, John, lien, Kaby, and Nick, now oi trial at the store of Ki. I!. CormoTH. . . Down to Bed Sock. I)r,,., jn aI m i,w cheap you can buy a Hanging I. imp. Iauns of all kinds. Iisl,ts o;' a!l d-scri prion very cheap. tda.s Waie at u sacrifice, at the store of K It. Con norii. Somerset, I'd. Notice to Traverse Jurors. Owii;g to the large number of criminal ! ca-s-s at ibis sessi'iiis, the Court i-outinued tlie casi-s for llie sis-tid w'x'k of Mav Tt-nii. j A!! jun r- Minim hi I for that week arc heie- by notiliitl thai iln-y w ill not le r-- i're.1 to : serve oratu-ud as Traverse Jurors, nest w - ei - k. :y order ,f i!t Shelill" s l lii'iee, .May. lst. I lurt. M.Mii.i.tN, hheritr. Wat Imteii Trent and Picking came into tlie li.Hiu. otti.e shortly after ts u clock yesterday inoniiog, to tell us hew near they hu.l i-oine to caichiiig a lieur. While palro'. ing their ts-iii m li-w muoio-i l.on- in the li.-lu.ti i iriiM .i et the railroad station, one ot them itiM os'crtsl a Ciihl iilil in the summer kitclicll in llie rear i .1 I he M a-seloiali i-..ltik;e eastof'.owu. Trclil muri-beil bravely iloW li lb." i.il.e imtil he arrived in flout 'of llu- J hoiw. w lu-ii he observed a 111 -in sneaking alort the wall of lite isiiLu'e, n I lowar.l him. The wal.-hinait's djtk luiilcni was a Wts-bit leiky. Slid llie scolllldlelly Ihiel, ob- srrvio,' tie-shadow cast by il. look to his heel-, closely por-aed by frerit. Picking, Wbolta.l 1ms Ii led on guard a few rls Up the roa I joi:ie, iii lhecha-e. bill the robls-r wa - loo swili for Iheiu. and s.ti di-:i.s-ir isl in the d.irktie-s. Ttie story a.- told hy the watchmen reminded us f our friend who came it.-ai eiioiudi tiu.hng tell cciil-. Io find il w as cuiy a irreen l.i-s .jjs r. lircss Trimmings to mulch Pri-s lessl- al Mrs. A. V.. t ii i.s. Take Advantage of It. rr Pros, will lit you out with an ('pen , Hell! Wind, Silverine else and a gen Ainerican Movement for only $.).ii. in- lb Faiv, nine eludiiig a fancy chain. Makinr in all a oiunplcte oiillit, and worth fully or. We have als.) a isMiipb-ie line of Fine Jewelry Watch chains and Silverware, w hich we will sell at corrcspondini'ly low rates; the fame iiiisisring of l.sie I inc. E irings, IJraivl els. Cull' and Collar bullous, Tliimbltsi. Finijer 1'iiiiis, tjold Pens and Pencils. Watch Chain Cbarnis. Is kets, Alc, c. Roger's Triple Plated Knives and Forks, at $"'"- per act of a half dozen of each; Rogers Tel and Tabie Spoons, Napkin Kings, tc. Ansuiiia N kle ( lin ks 1 imers and Aiarms to I bud at fl.."iO and i-'.ooat Htuu lino-. Ilands-irue sts k of White F.rnbroi-k risi Rols-i. A large slm k of Hamburg ami Triiniuings. Mrs. A. F. Fiil. Murderii In niur.li-r trials it is most iniKirtant to know theexui-t lime at w hich the crime oc curred. To the union uria'e criminal tin.e may Is- life. In all cases time is money and money can If saved by buying timc-piices at Ni-if .v. Casctieer's. who cany a larire as sortment of the Finest tirade, of Walc'ues and C!i k. Jewelry and Silverware, l ye ulasscs and S jiei iacles. Wo also do engraving of all kinds, (iissls purchased from us will Is- cmtraved free of charvc. Nerr A 'Astr.iaci:. Bite Finish. Ib-ady for use. No mixing required. S icks to the vines and finishes the w -hole c-opoi' I'atato bugs tritb one applieilioii. One .ound w ill go as far s ten iund of Pari gnen and plaster wixeil by hsnd. S-ld chiap by Band Waton. I have a hsnd wai-'on with asi-atingi-apaci- of is for sale. Any band nee-lmg a wmrori can make a big bargain by calling on or ait-adre.-sing F. W. K !STNF.. Somen!, Pa. SAM ROD2ED. r,lrT" Kolrr ttin hlrago Iw.nfllri. and Ks-ar. Many l.tUtf rtil -ek;iR.-. Citli a;o. May -?H. When Po-tmiter H:-xton e.une .ion to his otiin- this morinm; he w:n met t,v a Mil-onlimite otlieial who told luiu the detail. if one of tli j i.irg.-st rol.U-rie,. of rvg'-t-re.l mail ever committed in the lii- agc i-t.ltice. The vault in .Si;j.eri.-.ten.leut A. K. Howard's division hnd liecn onter.-d evidently by an employe familiar with the place and eighty-six registered packages all readv to put in pom-lie.--Uwlav for their di-stinations alMtract.l and no truce left. An investigation was at on-i- l-gim. when it was learned that the night i lerk eoiuing on dutv Sundav night did not ri-eeipt for the packages to the day eleik. w hom he relieved, tiie lat ter lieuig in a hurry to get awav and deferred taking a receipt till M'onduv luoriiing wlien he in turn relieved the night clerk. It was then discovered that tithty-siv registered pjiekaww were nuking and eould i:ot lie acountd for. The rohliery was committed .Sunday night, hut the amount of nionev con tained in the packages cannot be" n.seer taincd f!ir some days. Two emploves o( the postolliee ar' su-ifHH teil .f the theft, hut Postmaster Sexton decline-) to makt I-' v unit ll.llllv.S R-iiiitK iUILIiei mi . ... I: r...l investigation. An l:-;-lrcuier lluiine istfiut-iL HftHAni:. May is. An iinti-Pio gressive mob stoned the liouse of f-x-Pre- mier tiitniclianinc and then deniolishtsl several club houses nnd pi inting offices. The tn)is charged the inobuiid throc persons were killed. Thn-e soldiers wei wounded. Tlie moli nidi. si from house to house searching for Progressists, ho were ooiniicll.sl to sis-ret theinselvts everywhere Five of the.-e were dragged from tle ir hiding pi;u- and beaten with lulu-;, and two ol tin-m will die. The i government is accused iC sympathizing I with the Pi'ogrcssit-i. Trouble is ex-j pectis.1 at the funeral of the three rioter. who were killed. Thn-e soldiers wen kilhsl in the light. The Progressive deputies are leining tli - country, and their house are U'ing blown tip bv ; I vnaniite. It is rumored that ill tiled JtcasantK are coming to the city. INillea on a Hit llmM 4 liase. i WAsiusiiTos. May The nivteri-j ous runnier cn-c whi: h has kept the e j in.-e i.usy ior tnne nays turns out a fraud. Mary Profile, a colonsl woman, rcNrtiiI to the police Sattirdav that she had sis-n the liend lusty of iwr brother in a neiehlKiihianl. which she couf.l not identity, in a house which she tlnsught she colli I ivin -niz.'. The pobce have Iss-n on a wild goose -lia-e for tlm days. Yesterday they arrestisl a man naiiusl Mes!. w iio -he said had guid.sl her to the lions -. Shecoiild not identify him. It was then provi-d Unit the man that Man" claimed as her brother a l.ot h'-r brother, and that he had not dis-upix-arcl. but was in Philadelphia. The police dropjied the casi'. lailest News fr-m Snnuitu An m.am. New Zealand. May i Later news from the Samoa uiju-is h.is ju-l lns'ii ns eived. Admiral Kiinlicrly has suceisslisl in his effort to stop hos-tditii-s for the time lnung. .Mataala and Tamase-e have agr.s d to a truce .id imr the conference at lk i lin. Admiral Kinila-i'iv lisici again ilispati lied tin lanior Niisic to this port, additional rop-iir-i h.ixcig Iss-n made. She is oc culted by I, r majesty's ship Alert, w liich was aUo save J from the general sliipwns k at Apij. llrarltiic IE-fire iintmie itmpriw CtlliMin. May s.-ter-St.ile t'orn- :iu ice t oiiiici;.- loner-; ooh-v. l.iagg and i .Morrison l -fail a s.sial niei ting here j yc-ter.lav I r a hearing in the case ol ' .lohn P. Si.uire of Po-t..n. and the com-J plaint of the board of trade that western i road-centering here were and have lui-n urii.iii'lv ilisct unoi-itiug in toe rat--s on :. I .. . i i :.. i i . I " ll- -OS Ik ,11! I UCKlTie; iiiiics' pislltl- ai;aiii-t Chicago deab-ri mid in favor o! 1 ioa'u towns, j lie liupurv wilt h con tinue:!. Aslrttllieul ot ttisliops. P )stx. May a. In the convention i of the licloimed l .pisi o;.;d church n j .rts were r. a.l show ing the pr.-sent I iin iii! ersii to ! St.. 141. a gam of P. siiice the I. is! convention. The assign ment of l.i-bois Wits made as follows: Fallows of t'hicag) to jurisdiction of northwest and west. Latane of lialti nmre. south. Stevens slmial south. Ci hIl'c. Pin ilic. Adjourtiisl to fins 't at C lev. land ill May, P1. A lejMTal llent. ) ii'.i'i Kapids. Mich., Mar ?S. ! Ciiai hsi Yelte. an unmarried man and a furniture worker by trade, mortally wiiuiiibsl bis mother and killed himself last niirht. He -.tablssi bis mother in the breast and uhdoinon six or eight times and then shot himself in the mouth w ith a ritle. Yelte has liecnout of work for some time and very lc,ximleiit, and it is supriosed that be was insane u hen be commilti'd the double crime. Mrs Aver Snstiihieit. Nr. v.- YiKK. May 2". Judge Italy's dis ision in tlie Harriet HubUir.l Aver cai sustains Mrs. Ayer on all ji-nnts and severely critii isi-s the action of J. W. Seymour and his associates in the lieciimier c itiiiKinv. Seymour's apiili- I'ntioii for iiisuiis-al of the prm-iislings is oMahwby; ileiihsl and the iiiiuuctaiii Jirs. Aver :- coiitinu.-.l. lis-lte! ill 1 uuir of tlie lioornmpnl. Ijis AN'irt.rs. (;,!.. May Judge Ross in the t'liitisl Stab circuit court to-dav dis idsl ill favor of tlie govern ment in its suit against the Southern I'acihc liailroad company to annul grants of lands in Ijos Angeles county. This case involves only ".'eJiNI acre!, but the ruling iifbs ts titl. to over NKi.OlM acres siiniliarly situatisl. Tim M iiiuiAU ti Uuliiril lllm. Nf.w Yi iltK. May 2S The World )irints the corri-s;s'iidence ln-twis-n Mrs. M. M. Smith ol liallunore and Kev. II. O. ScImiit. who kilhsl himself Sundav. S horr ni.iilisl tiie letters to The World Isiore sinst;n hiiiiself, and cnclos.J Mrs. Santa's picture, endor.-s-d, "The woman who ruimsl inv life.M I ath of a Turf Man. PrTi:uIH no. Ya., May William Iioane Rultin. great-grand m of Thomas .lelb ison. and well known throughout flic country as a rnis i sfi;l stin k raiser iiinl tint man. iliisi this morning at his Imiiie in I 'b.-stei lield count v. a-.cd 44. T lldiior ning. of the Ferlin .V... d who hsoji iiie over to lake a look at the leg crowd al the county peat, aid the IIeralk! a fraternal call. 1 llllj JHM -AT- VOUGHT'S. FR1CES DEFY COMPETITION ! Spet-inI I'rrperntlon for Thin Wc?k ! BEST OnoCEMES, I1ES T CON EEC T10XERIES, BEST FHU1TS, BEST XCTS, BEST SOFT nfilXKS, BES T SA XD WICJIES, BEST PIES and CAKES, BEST TREATMENT, BEST OF EVERYTHIXG, AT THE BEST GROCERY IX SOMERSET. Freuli Crcon Groceries Kiery Morning. VOUGHT'S. Zi S3 .V'V. W W4WJW'WWlVW TMC THEY CAN'T BEAT US! ( ur ntititf ittis liccti a ImiiiscIioIJ word tliro!i''I.iut Sninorset county for tlitce troisci nliotis ami it lias al wavs licvu llie iccoirnizeil ltt'tid of the Iiy (JooiJs Trade. WE LEAD ! And wi!l cobliinio to lead, where im-ril is rewarded am confidence is nol misl:iccd. ( 'ur luisinc?- lias u!(Lrrnw n it: iiiartors ami wc w ill litive a THIRTY-FOOT ADDITION added to our already larvre storev room inside ol" sil v d:i s. We are constantly making; SPECIAL DRIVES i some particular line lor the lien- clit lir eiisloliier-. Call and '(' lis- durintr tin tut have ek, BARGAIN; FOR JresiMrtl'uNy,' YOU I Parker it Parker. MOWERS! BINDERS! HAY RAKES! l.m'l Fail To Si-e WH1TELY-5 NEW 1MFR0VED Champion Pilowerand Binder, On thj Street liiry Dv This Wk Also The Champion Hay Rake. Al-I. UPAIt VXTiiKn THE BEST ON EARTH! ASH Ali.ViN.sr ANY OTI1KKS MAIlK. P.i-f.ire you leave tow n lie surenti'l 150 to j, e, mwmi HARDWARE STORE, A:nl oxTimin ' his sti'U nf HARDWARE. BUGGiEb, HARNESS, &C, Vmi will lin l It on MAIN CROSS STREET, ON THC WAY TO THE COURT HOUSE. Buy YouFi ClothingJ. r Snyder. Prices will be knocked helter- skelter for 2 weeks at Heffley's Middlesex Blue Suits, guar anteed all-wool and fast colors, at $9 worth $12. Men's Cassimere Suits, all wool 7, $S, 9 and $10 worth $15. Boys 2-piece Suits $i, $1.25, $1.50 and $2. Knee pants 25. 35 45 and 5 cts- wortn double the money. Buy Your Clothing FROM HEFFLEY AND SAVE MONEY 1 You need not look around. Come direct to HelMey's. 1 ou save at least to H ou a suit. It is easily understood why I can sell the cheapest, hxpenses regulate the prices of my jj s-sja. Then, again, I am the onlv store that handles New York and Philadelphia goods bought at 10 to 'M per cent lean ttia.ii Pittsburg oous. The backwardness of the season lias not aided the sale of Straw Hats in the least. In order to make them go I cut prices in half. The prices of Wall Patier lias almost dropjied out of sight. You can get a suit al nearly any price. Customers and the public generally are requested to come and inspect the suits and tiear in mind tlie prices, make tip of goods quality, workmanship and til ol my goods should always be taken in consideration. Trunks, Satchels, Hats, Furnishing (lis ids, limn (.'oats. Oil Coats and Pants, I inbrelias. Wool and timii Blankets, all at reduced prices, at Ilettley's. HIP. HIP, HURRAH! -FuK- The Daily Herald! -ant- Herf Goes To The .aople Who Reid It ! LARGE STOCK OF GOODS FOR COURT I 25 BARRELS GINGER CRACKERS AND CAKES I 1000 LBS. AND SOMERSET CO. CHEESE I BEST N. V. 300 LBS.. CHOICE FRESH LONG BOLOGNA I 1000 HALF MOON PIES THE BEST MADE I 500 GALLONS LEMONADE AND OTHER MILD 0RINKS I 10 TO 25 BUNCHES CHOICE RIPE BANANNA3I 20 BOXES BEST ME3SINAU.ORANGES AND LEMONS I 100 BOXES STRAWBERRIES DAILY AFTER MONDAY 1 50 BUSHELS FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS I GREEN VSGITABLES DAILY 0URIN0COURTI ROOM FOR EVERB0DY AND COURTCOU3 TREATMENT TO ALL. RCSFCCTfULLV, B OOK 4. EERITS. Special Bargains FOR THIS WEEK. While you are in Somerset you will likely want to buy a suij of Clothes or a piece of Carpet, and you will want to know where is the cheapest place to get what you want. The old reliable stand of J. B. Snyder's, is without a doubt, the best and cheapest place to get anything you want, espe cially in the Clothing or Car pet line. You can also buy a beautiful gold tipped silk Um brella at Snyder's for 75 cents. Call in and see the special bargains, and while there get one 01 these neautitul silk Umbrellas for your wife and daughters. J. B. Snyder I'.A.SchellcY.Co., PKAI.KRs IN STOVES, TIX WAKE, HiMit-FuTii:hiiiir ' inU, Iron uuU H oxi I'uuif, Iron Hic unl Ktittjuji, Tin, Iron and Steel Roofing, Spouting. Alloys. Ac n bort ih.tica. Chimney, Drain & Sewer Pipe. ll mimI the rrife"t nd nnt t'oioulrte lint ot rMiir. titt hu1 Knugt- 'n the Cuuuiy. TMiI m lilt.' LOWEST PRICES. A RARE OFFER. J. M. HOLDnRBAUM, CENTRAL BLOCK, SOMERSET, OFFERS AT HIS LARGE CLOTHING and CARPET STORE 1 'ew and Well Selected Stock uf MEN'S', BOYS' AND CUILURESa" CLOTHING ! Jusst received, and will nive a GLORIA Silk gold-tipped L'uihreila on sale of fli worth or upward, bought at 1 is store after thin date, MAY 'Si, ISStt. Neckwear. We also otter the finest and most stylish line of SECKTIE-S. SCVKFi CJI.LAK4 Cl'F8, lMiIESY. stllRr., DK.VWERl. Ae. 4e. Ever Eihisitko. I. Ovs Gents' Furnishing Department We sell two Hemstitched Linen II in J kerchiefs for cent., worth double. In the CARPET DEPARTMENT WE OFFER BIU"EL. TAPESTRIES, INiiKVIN", RAtJ, MATTINGS, STAIR. FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTHS. And as the season is closinif. will allow from tlii date 10 per cent off the piire and jrive a Gloria Silk L'mhrella. with fill worth or upward. solJ to anyone pemon. The pun! work goes bravely on. Our lirt lot of U'nhrellas is all ifiven cut, and e have this day received an other. Call to see n., and examine stock. J. M. H0LDERBAUM.