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THE FATE OF t~Ht CHINESE.
Il Will Be Settled This Week In the Senate. W A 8 R 1 ROTON. April 35.—Chinese metric tion or Chinese total exclusion will oocupy the senate, after morning business, during the whole of Monday by unanimous con sent, and as this agreement only provide« for closing the general debate at 4 p. m., Monday, and still leaves the pending meas are open to amendments, the final vote may not be taken before Tuesday. Judging by the debate, as far as it has progressed, there is no probability of the Geary house trill passing the senate unamended. Some ver bal changes have been offered with a view of improving the toxt, but the amendment Which has received the strongest support in discussion, and which seems to be unani mously contended for by ftie senate com mittee on foreign relations,wipes the Geary bill entirely ont of existence and substitute» for total exclusion the measure which has already passed the senate continuing exist ing restriction laws for a period of ten years. Mr. Kyle has given notice of an intention to call up a joint résolu commissioner of labor turn confiding to the Ti not very clearly defined investigation "relative to slums ot cities.'' The naval bill has just been referred to the committee on appropriations and will not be ready this week. In the house today will be dovoted to mattere relating to the District of Columbia, unless Representative Holman antagonist« district day by calling np the sundry civil appropriation bill. The remainder of the week will probably be devoted to considéra tion of the consular and diplomatic ap prepnation bill. In the event of that measure being disposed of liefere Saturday, consideration of the postofflee ajipropriatibn bill will follow. The subcommittee of the house com mittee on agriculture has about completed the agricultural appropriation bill and it will be presented to the full committee on Wednesday next, and probably reported to the house on the same day. PRINCESS MAY TO MARRY. Hit Intended 1» the Brother of Her I«t, Kinnes, Prince Albert Vlrtor. London, April 25. —The Manchester Cou rier says that the betrothal of Prince George, only son of the Prince of Wales, and Prinowts May Victoria, daughter of the Dnke and Duehestt of Teck, has been definitely decided npon. and that it will shortly tie announced. No surprise is occasioned by the state ment. It wa* reported shortly after Un death of the Duke of Clarence and Avon dale, the elder brother of Prince George, to whom the princess was engaged, that such a marriage would be arranged It is said that the queen, who is very fond of Princess May. is heartily in favor of the betrothal, in fact it was her influence that brought it about The marriage of the prince and princess would be greeted with much satisfaction by the people, with whom both are very popular. Tlii. Ile trot h Hi Unpopular. Bkhl.in, April 25 —The semiofficial an nouucement of the engagement of the Princess Margaret, young« -et sister of the •mjieror, to Prince William of Luxemburg, is received with little approval by court circle* here Prince William probably n the moat dissolute man of his age iu conti Dental oourta. He is deeply in debt, has a mama for gambling, and now lives at Mo naco so that he may indulge his pension constantly He is the comjmnion of diHrcp Utah!«- women there and drinks to exotws. To marry the Princess Margaret to such » roue of forty year», the people here say, is to sacrifice her to the emperor's ambition. Tin- emperor i* said to be anxious to get u hold on Luxemburg that he uiay eventually annex it, aud thus add materially to the strategic strength of Germany's western frontier. Mr«. Kuiiign ChtrfN Coitapiracy. Hartford. April Mrs ( 'hartes A. Ensign, of Simsbury-, has brought suit agmiust Lawyer H. W. Ely, of Westfield, Maw . and foison Curtis, of Hartford, a former husband, charging them with hav ing conspired to defraud her out of fllO.OUO, which sum Ely, it is alleged, informed her she would be obliged to give ae a trust fun«l for her two children at the time she ob tained a divorce from Curtis. The Assaulter Assaulted. Hhxlton. Conn . April 25. —William Carey attempted a criminal assault upon Mre. John Sedelle. Mre Bestelle knocked the man down and then sat npofl him aud pouched his body black and blue. Carey finally •scaped. The Olympic Club's Ute»! Scheme. New Orleans April 25.—Tbe absorption of the Metropolitan club by its more power ful rival, the Olympic, will doubtless be ac •ompliabod in the near future. Two Mrs Fruxen to Death. C'OROKAiMi Bprinus.CoIo.,A pril 25. —Jeeus Puuga. aged sixty, aud Thopeleo (Quintana, aged seventeen, were frozen to death in the eastern part of this county. WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. The nomber of men working on tbe ex position bmldiug* i, now more than ft,OUO. On some of tbe building» work i» proceeding day and night. Prince George of Wale», who, if he lives, will Mime day be king of England, will visit the exposition. Mre. Amy M. Beech, of Boston, will pre pan- an original musical composition to be rendered at the dedication of the woman s budding Theodore Thomas will conduct the presentation. In the Michiga. « -hihit will he a repre tentation in wax of 500 specimens of fruit which grow in the state. It will be prepared by a Kalamazoo woman. E. S. Denison, of Alameda county, (Ad., intends to send to the exposition a pumpkin weighing 326 pounds The women of Hpringfleld and Sangamon eonnty, His., are planuing to make an ex tensive exhibit of Lincoln relics at the fair. Mi* Alice Rideout, of Son Francisco, has been awarded the contract for Sculptural work on the woman'« building. The lady manager« are in commanicat ioD with Mre. Humphrey Word, requeeting her to loan tbe origmal manuscript of her novel, "Robert Eteinere," for exhibition in the woman's building. Under the auspices of the board of lady managers there hoe been formed the Wom an's Dormitory aeauciation, the object of which ii to furnish cheap and comfortable bring quarters during the exposition to women visitons particularly those of the in Austria! class and of limited means. Four srsrL^'sirr'bS. ä The «le for one of them has been donated by George M. Pullinaa. Of th. ■»,560.0«) feet of lumber required for the expomtion buildings, docks aud eleo trie subways, 50,875,800 have >»en placed Of iron and steel 39, »20.900 pounds, or near ly 20,000 Lons, are required. Of this nearly half is In place. "Orap" With Political "Fat.'* The Republican manager * of Corruption Hall hare been buncoed by their own henchmen They have been giving the n*gT.»s money to oay their tax.« Iu stead of doing so the bUck Republicans have been spending their time playing "crap" down on th. causeway. \ To Erect a Wig who». The Democrats of the Seventh ward are erecting a ball on Scitt street, be tween Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets. The bnildiBg will be ef frame, and Is ex peeled to he completed la about six weekt. PENINSULA POINT8 White frost» and peach buds »re at war now. Drum-fish are plentiful In the lower Delaware. Cecil county roada are bad. The bicycle fad has struck Newark. Milford Is to have a town directory. Fish are scarce in tha Susquehanna tirer. Vandals are destroying flower beds Id N ewark. A kite-shaped race track Is being built at Milford. Six-pound lobsters are being caught in Delaware. The rolling mill at North East, Md . is still shut down Marshal I ton Lodge, K. of P., has seven ty-five members. David S. Roach has bought Slaughter Beach for ♦6,50# William Virdin, an aged resident of Frederica, is dying. The Cleveland Club at Easton, Md., has 175 members. Newark has an active organization of King's Daughters. White potatoes only sell for thirty cents a bushel at Milford. Timber rafts are plentiful at Chesa peake City aud Port Deposit. Milfordltes find it difficult to get a satisfactory fire alarm whistle. A grazing syndicate has been formed at Cenowlngo, Cecil county, Md. Rev. Jonatbaa S Willis of Milford Is the happy father of a bouncing boy. The Maryland Democratic State Cen tral Committee will meet In Baltimore on May 4 George O Garey has resumed the man agement of the North East (Md.) Star. Sixty thsnsaud eggs were shipped from Lincoln, Sussex couuty. Easter week. William F. Watson has been elected president of the Milford fire depart ment. t he Frank R Scott of Elktou, Md , has been appointed a World's Fair commis sioner. The Maryland State Convention of the W. C. T, U. will ba held at Elktou iu October. Rev. I. H Gear, late pastor of Christ Church, Milford, Is very ill In a Boston hospital. The sturgeon boat Annie of Sadler's fleet, is the fastest of her class on the Delaware. A 14 pound halibut has been caught near Mllfsrd, the first ever caught In these waters, A handsome memorial wiudow to Miss Carrie H L'ster will be put iu Frederica M. E Church. It is estimated that li »rill take |65,000 to make Mispillion river useful as a water course. The board of school commissioners of North East, Md,, has been appointed by the circuit judge. A New Jersey man has bought the king orab phosphate factory on St. Jones's river, east of Dover. The Pennsylvania railroad will prob ably build a road to Rehoboth bay If sn, au excursion house will be built there. A Lincoln correspondent aiys that the peach buds there have been killed six times this season by pessimists aud frosts. The citizens of Rising Sun. Md., have formally protested against the char e that J. G. Richards of that place killed bis wife last year. They characterize such charges as slanderous. Age Will Tall. Crow feet will come. Prevent tendency to Wrinkles, Ageing or Withering of tbe skin, drying up of the tieBh, by using Lf.al'KKI.i.k Oil Balm. Gives a rosy, yonthfnl bue to the coarse grained skin, abolishes Pimples, Freckles, Blotches; clears tbe lifeless, clay-like, sallow com plexion ; tones down redness of note, face and hands. 50c. and $100 at Drug gists Large size prepaid by express for |l 00. E 8. Wells, Jersey City. Well's Bair Balsam, If gray, Well'» Hair Balsam gradually restores to original color; elegant tonic dressing, 50c , fl, Druggists; large size prepaid by express for |1. E 8 Wri.ls, Jersey City. WEtL'a Health Kem.wkr restore« Srxual vigor. _ No Watting for Ke«ult«. When the face aud bands are dry, fever ish, chapped, rough, or the skin irritated from whatever cause, the advantages of nsing Leachki.lk Oil Balm are that only one application la needed, which will dry iu instantly, leaving no traces, excepting a smooth, even skin ; does not giease nor lytbing, need not be covered up or d off, delightful for the toilet. 50c. and $1.00 at Druggists Large size pre paid by express for fl 00. soil an w »»lie E 8 Wellv. Jersey City. Rocou ON Corns, Liquid, 15. Salve and Plas ter, 10c La Grippe, Small-Pox, Diphtheria, Cholera nor Malaria have any terrors for those who brace, tone and for tify tbe system with Wells' Health Re newer Goes direct to weak spots, fl.00 Druggists _ 'TtMO OF tNTLRAS' "I once htd xb income of |5 a min ute, " said the man who htd just accepted • dime with profuse thanks. "Really?" "Yes, indeed. It only lasted about three minutes, though. I was playiug faro at.the time."—Philadelphia Record. Postmaster Foster of Lubec, Me , writes that af;er the Grip, Hood's 8arsa psrilla brought him out of a feeble, nerv ous condition, into complete strength and health Hood's Pili. 8 have won high praise for their prompt aud efficient yet easy action. "I AM hannv to sav ' remarked the . J.W "Ik.* tk. 1, lk „r. !u " preacher, that the sheriff died re signed.'' "I dispute that statement," ! «.id the editor "He died but I'll he * gtitutioo. * | - Exe.rsloa to Om ah*. Tbe B & O. R. R.. announces the sale ! of tickets from all principal stations to , Omaha, Neb , on April 27, 28 and 29, at ! the low rate of one fare for the round | trip. Tickets will be good for all trains, and will be valid to return until May 30 inclusive J At an examination of i-tulente one young gentl.jisn, being asked todescrlbe Henry VIII, repliad "He was a pro feesional widower."—The Tub W. L. D. R E Spring clothing clean)d aud repaired. Skilled workmen. No. 911 Market St. . Charley Blkkcker— By Jove! She's » stunner." Jack Lakefront— "Great, i«»'t «ber" Charley Bleecker— • Uu martiedT ' aek Lakefront-"Twl.'e. bellcTe.—Puck. ■iumi. ATK1N80N—ALEXANDER.—At :!0B Eut Third street, on Thursday •▼mine. April SI, HP*, by Rev. John I). C. Hanna. Edward A. AI kin,on and Miss I.natta E. Alexander, both of hl» city. BROWN—CROSSGROVE. - On the l»th lnatanL by Rev J. France, J. Wllmer Brown of Newark, Del . to Mary R. Croaa grove of till» city Newark and Klkton papers please copy. OEUKE-COSDEN.-On April 21. at No. «O'. Madison street, by Rev. K L. Hubbard, 813 I "' rry Be8 " u ' KEMP—MORRISON. — On Tuwday aven IriK. April 19, at the residence of 8. A . Horiv man, by Rev. R. B Cook, D I) , Samuel M. Kemp and Misa Annie C. Morrtson7 MOVATT MOON. At the parsonage of the Second M E. ChurcL, Dorer, Del., on Wednesday evening. April 80, by 1 W. Hound a. Horace i). McNatt Moon, bo b of Dover. WHARTON—BA NTH Rl'M.—At the rtsl dene« of the bride'» parents, 411 JCast Sixth street, on Thursday evening, Apiil 21, 1892, by Rev, John D. C Hanna. William H Wharton and Miss Mary W Hanthrnm, both of this city. WOOD—WOOD.- On the lttth Instant, by Rev- Vaughan 8. Collin», J A. Wood to Anna L. Wood. Rev. George and Eitle OIRO BARKER.—Near Mt Cuba on the 25th Inst.. Martha Barker.wife of the late Joshua B. Barker. In her 81st rear. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her late resldeaee near Mt Cuba, on Wednesday afternoon, April 27, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Red Clay Creek Cem.tery BARTLEY.—In this city on April 21, James C. Hartley aged *8 years. CARTER -On April I», Mary Daggart, wife of James D. Carter. COLLI SO .-Oa April 23, Edward Colllson. FREDERICK- In this city, on April 21. L da A., infant daughter of William and Mary E, Frederick, aged 10 month» GREGG.-In this city, on April 21, wil liam Gregg, aged 8t years. K1MMKY.—On April 23, Mary, widow of Charles KHomey of »e» Castle, Del., In her 71st(year, MILLER.—At Newcastle, Del., on April 2.', Willie Montgomery, Infant sou of Fred erick Miller, NIXON. — At Webster Grove, Mo., on April 22 Rev J. Howard Nixon, D. 0. WARREN.—On the 10th instant, Helen H. Warren, aged 23years. 7r K-': ' ■ * ** * "* G m il? MS 1 William A. Lehr ot KcndallviUe, lud., says Hood's Hood's Hursuparllla Is King of Medicines And Ills Cure Was Almost a Miracle "C. I, Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass. '• Gentlemen : When I was 14 years of age 1 was confined to my bed for several months by an attack «>( rheumatism, 11 ml when 1 had partially recovered 1 did not have the use of my legs, so that 1 had to go on crutches. About a year later. Mrrofaln, In the form of White Swellings, appeared on various parts of my body, and for eleven years I was an Invalid, being ron liued I. in, bed .lx ,rnr*. In that time ten or eleven ot these sores appeared anil broke, causing me great pain ami suffering. Several limes pieces of hone worked out of the sores. Physicians did not help me aud I Became Discouraged » .. was thought a change of air and scene might do me good. But I was confined to my bed most of the time. 1 was so impressed with Uie success of Hood's Sarsaparilla decided to try it. So a bottle was bought, and to my great gratification the sores soon decreased, and I began to feel better. This strengthened my faith in Hie medicine, and in a short time 1 was 1 went to Chicago to visit a sister, as it ill cases similar to mine that I Up and Out of Doors Tu make a long story short, I continued to take Hood's Sarsaparilla for a year, when I had become so fully released from the chains of disease that I took a position with the Flint & Walling Mfg. t'o., and since that time have not lost a single day oil account of sickness. 1 always feel well, am In good spirits and have a good appetite. I endorse Hood's Sarsaparilla for It has been a great blessing to me, and to my friends my recovery seems almost mirac ulous. I think Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the king of all medicines." William A. Lkhk, No. « North Railroad st., Kcndallvtlle, Ind. *!ood'a Pills cure Biliousness. AT VI B eoW j f A KE A IT %'i PLEASANT THE NeXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLETION IS BETTER. My doctor says it sets gently on the stomach. 'Ivor and kidnevs, and Is s pleanant laxstlre. This lrlnk i* made from herbs, and is prepared for use i a»lly as tea. It Is called Ruy one to-day. Lane's Family Jledtctne Motes the BswrU each day. In order to be Withy, this la necessary. JAfANtSt PILE TRADE A Guanranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or decree—External, Internal, Blind or Hleedimr. Itching, Chronic, Recent or lleredl i tary This ,-emedy has positively never been 1 kuown .o tail. $1.1« « box, six boxes for$5.00; , ïsiaÂ^ÂSsiÿ'jiL'Tï'«,« pure later of 6 box«*« when lmrrhaAed at one time, to refund the $5.1«» paid If not cured. Jg [ wilmtmrion. H- 1 • L - i'l Tv CURE ELY'S Cream Balm Catat$rH hi HtTARÇÎd J» Ä s? IAYFEVE RVfgA ï* ^ c?" Si® C.c£%&ü Cleanses the Nasal Passages. Allays Pain and In flammation. Heal» the Sore» Restores thî Senses ot T**te&nd ^'inell. Bi Try the Cure, , Al * r1lc •" , ,, 1 1 iS nrevriste;^hy*ma'* wteTeîÂ.ftV ^KLYl * BUOlttÊR 5tf Warren atreet, »Sew Vcrk HAY-FEVER FURNITURE AND Fine Oak Chamber Suites, Consisting of Bed steads, Bureaus, Bevel Plate Glass and Com bination Wash Stands at the low price of .OO Oak Suites Of finer quality in proportion. Parlor Suites, $•>5, 7 pieces, Plush or Hair Cloth. in Oak Extension Tables, $5.00. Dining Room Chairs, High back $1.50 to $2.50. ' Hall Stands For $6 to $35. Bed Springs $1.25 to $6.50. CARPETS. Ingrain part wool, 35c. Ingrain Carpets, all wool filling, 75c. Ingrain Carpets,ex tra fine, 85c. G ood Brussels from 65c. to $1.25. Carpets, SAMUEL SPEAKMAN, 820-822 Market Street, . WILMINGTON. | IF YOU ARE HOUSE CLEANING Or going to, how and where to get your Carpet Cleaned, Altered or Laid Is an important thought and no doubt causes you some anxious ones especially if some of your carpets are beginuing to wear in places and you want it altered, say the middle widths that are badly worn to the sides that are little worn, and sides to middle, or turned back that i little worn to front which is badly worn and faded. Now if you will call up Telephone No. 541, and get Mr. Hodges, who has the best Id CARPET CLEANING MACHINE Simply because it is nearly round, where the carpet falls on a round surface, while others aTe star shaped and fall on one or more points. These are facts from which you are to draw your own conclusions, and we have had several years experience in altering and laying carpets and know just what is necessarily required to make a Fist-Class Carpet Cleaning Works. Which is located at Thirteenth and Scott streets. If you only want your CARPET CLEANED we will assist you and your layer by sending your carpets home without a rip as WE SEW WHAT WE RIP. This will save you considerable if your carpet layer comes and your carpet is ripped, he iB in too big a hurry to sew it, so he goes elsewhere You have the c irpet to sew or wait until he sends a girl to sew it and you get your carpet laid next day and pay him to sew what your carpet cleaner ripped. But this is not the case here, thus saving you time and money. With two delivery wagons, plenty o f help, both men to lay and women to sew, will surely convince you that it is more convenient and cheaper to have us to do your work. If you have a carpet or more that you want cleaned and laid in a few hours, would say that on a day's notice can and will take up, clean and lay in four or five hours. PRICES ARK AS FOLLOWS 7 Cleaning Rag or Ingiain 3c per yd Taking Up Carpets Cleaning Brussels 4c per yd. Laying Carpets, Cleaning Velvet and Moquet 5c yd. Altering Carpets 10 cents a yard for actual number of yards sewed. lc per yd. 2c per yard. FRED. C. HODGES, Thirteenth and Scott Streets. PHONE 541. Leave orders at 101 West Eighth Street MUSIC WABEROOMS PIANOS. VIOLINS, BANJOS. GUITARS, MANDOLINS, AUTOHARPS, ACCORDEONS, PICCALOES, CORNETS, HARDMAN, SWICK & KELSO, ESTEY. ORGANS. ESTEY, BRIDGEPORT, WILCOX & WHITE. ELOTES. All Instruments Warranted to give entire Satisfaction. S. H. BAYNARD, FIFTH AND MARKET STS. SUBSTITUTE FOR KALSOMINE. 99 if FOR WALLS AND CEILINGS. Price, 50 Cents per Package, Tints and White. At the above price on plain work "Plastico" costs less than one cent a square yard for two coats. "Plastico" will cover more than double the surface that Kalsomine will cover, with the same quantity on the same wall. Does not scale ; sanitary ; permanent ; hardens with age. For sale by 9 107 West Eighth Street. TELEPHONE 490. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISH,"PLASTICO," etc -X GEO H. HOLLIS, NO 9 EAST FOURTH ST. STOVES. CARPETS, FURNITURE, Réfrigéra 1 ors. Gasoline Stones, CASH OR INSTALMENTS. ^ NVTHTNS V0U WANT? 650 TELEPHONE DIAMOND PRINTING CO., Leading Commercial Printers, 1IO and 112 French Street HAVE YOU SEEN Any of the! Suits we arel selling at I $ i o, $ i 2 \ I $14 and $15? 8 We have sold I many of them and have an I immense assortment of I styles and colors,including I SJme that we did not have I earlier in the season. The I demand and prospect is I for sack suits principally in I light colors and of cheviot I rra erial which wears well, I looks well and gives great 1 satisfaction to the pur-i chaser. We also have a I complete line of black and I blue cheviot and serge I suits and coats and vests fl which make such popular I garments for summer I wear, and between $8.50 I and $25 00 you will find a I range of prices and styles || which will please you some-1 where. Don't forget our 1 Boys' Clothing, it never better, cheaper or more varied in style and selections. \ was J. T. Mullin & Son, Tailors. Clothiers, 6th & Market, fl Wtlmtngtor I a LOOK! LOOK! A WIND MIMj AND TOWER for #57 50. Read what the merits are as well as the Guarantee. Be Happy While You Live, tor You Will Be Ä Long dMrto Time Dead To Be Happy Buy a f HILL ] ' Dandy Steal Tower. I With graphite boxes tho ^ Dandy Wind Mill Ro hSK quires No Oil for Years. I therefore f i No More Climbing; Towers I 1 No More Tilting Towers I I to break down | I and Injure you or jour R X«*eda no attention 1 warranted to IrnI longer than It other mills that are oiled, \ W 111 Be Sent to Cood Par \ \ ties on 30 Days Test Trial Lift If notstttlBfaetory freight will be B ild both way». The Dundy teel Tower In a Four 1\I1 Corner Tower, the corners . being made out or heavy angle I steel. The girl« aud braces ] are very strong and aubstan* | tlnl. aud of tbe very best steel I tntidc. It Is the most graceful, I strong and dural. le tower 6n I the mark* t.aml can be erected | 1 In ono-halr the time of s I wooden tower. We will noil \ allow ourselves to be uudeF' \ sold. 1 Challenge Wind Mlft VI & Feed Mill Co. 4 Batavia. Kane Co.. III. ! STEEL ! hi * / _ ■ CHlllP. ami la S it lip ; a ni if ■3 IP / -, i: r \ ml e A. L. WHITE, Gen Agent, N. E. Cor. Fro it and Orange Street*, WILMINGTON. DEL. ,4 Ik' r ; why is THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE ccNtfäntN m BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY fl It is a M'aml*'89 Fhot*. with no tark* or wax thread fo hurt the feet: made of the best flue calf, atvllab and easy, ami because tre make more shoes of this grade thi.n any other manufacturer. It equals band* sewed shoes costing from $4.00 to ÎR OO Genuine Hand-sewed» the finest calf shoe ever offered for % r i.Uh; equals * react) Imported shoes which cost from ftfLOOto $12.00. OO Hand-Sewed Welt ^hoe, fine calf» styllHh. comfortable and durable. The bent shoe ever ofTered at this price ; same pradu as eus* tom made shoes costing from $6.(U to $*j.<J0. CQ 50 Police Hfaoes Farmers, Railroad Men ! 3*0 ■ and Letter t'arriéra all wear them , fine calf, seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, ex ten* I slon edge. One pair will wenr a year. 50 fine calf j no better shoe ever offered at ■ this price; one trial who want a shoe for comfort and service. fl'LOO Workingman's shoes durable. S2 will convince those i5 and ■ are very strong sud have given them a trial will wear no other make. 9 ÜH.OU nud Ml.75 school sIiocb are worn by the boys everywhere; they soli , as tbe Increasing sales show. ■ offline #.'1*00 llitnd-MCMcd shoe, best ■»ÖU Ivo i figola. very stylish: equals Francis iported shoes costing front $4.00 to SC.U). Ladles' 4.50, 92.00 and 91.75 shoe for Misses are the best fine Ixmjjola. stylish aud durable. Caution.—See that wT L. DouiImUHHHH price are stamped on tha bottom of each shoe. fW TAKE KO »l'BWTITI'TE.^f Insist on local advertised dealers supplying yon. W. I». DOnJLAS llrAcktoa.Msss. hold bff DANIEL McCUSKER, ' 212 Wart Sacoo I Streat* $2 Those who Boys pn theTr merits, AT ROBELEN'S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE: You can always get whai you want. Old customer» know this, and new oner soon find it out. We make a specialty o* Fine Goods. W. G. ROBELENL 108 West Seventh St. PHONE 448. REMOVAL. JOHN M. J. GORMAN. . i rHoL.'-I EKKIt. has remored workshops t, Jgfflgggæ ffS Ear / I* For Mechanical work at Reahonab >, lOeS'ÄL 881 E, '* hth8tr '*'' oppofll 1 i