VOL. VI.tfO. 147.
SHENANDOAH, PA., SATURDAY. JUNE 6. 1891.
ffcHE SUEEStT BO AD TO WEALTH IS THKOUGH LIBEEAL ADTEETISOTG I
Pttison has declared that 60 pouuds
shall constitute a legal bushel of
potatoes. Heretofore CO pouuds hare
coDltuted the legal weight. The
yiSluguien must look to Mr. Puttl
eon for the four pouuds taken ofl each
bushel aud they may look.
If there over was a doubt that
Michigan would go Democratic next
fall that doubt is now dispelled. The
nctlon of Governor Wlnau In vetoing
the appropriation for the O. A. B. has
made it certain that the state will go
Beptibllcan. Tho veto has caused in
tense feeling throughout the state, and
the popular disapproval is loudly ex
pressed. Hermmiy'aVlcot nt 8nn Francisco.
San Francisco, Juno 0. Tho Gorman
fleet of tbroo corvettes, tho Lelpsic, the
Sophie and tho Alcxnndrlenne, under
coinmrid o Admiral Valois, arrived
during tho morning. Fully 200 officers
nnd 1,800 mon nro on the vessels. Tho
fleet is bound for Chilian waters and will
coal and provision hero, and also tako on
board supplies to bo transferred to tho
Gorman vessols now in South American
A. Huston Paper Sold.
Boston, Juno 0. Tho rumors about the
salo of the Boston Dally Evening Travel
ler to a committee ot 100 aro practically
confirmed. A cortiflcato of organization
has been filed by tho new company, the
Traveller l'ubllshlng Uompany or Hoston,
capital $75,000, and with James B. Dun
Stono-Mnsons Return to Encland.
Prrrsnuno, Juno 0. Twenty-nine of tho
locked out stone-masons have left this
cltv bound for their homos in England.
The stono stpne-masons have been locked
.out for sovf rftjvcoks; with no prospect of
an eauy cnanga in uia suuauou,
Mnnglod by n Train.
Elizabeth. N. J., Juno 0. An un
known woman about 80 yoars old, well
dressed, throw herself ueroro a jnow Jor
soy Central Railroad train hero at noon
and was killed. Her head was cut off
and the body terribly mangled.
Ordered to EoUe Whiskey.
Wasiunqton, Juno 0. The commandors
of tho revonue cuttors Bear aud Bush have
been ordered to selzo all whtskoy, except
such quantity ns may bo required for
medical use, found upon any whalers
cruising iu Alaskan Waters.
A Kind Friend.
Is what they call Hint Famous Remedy. lied
Flag Oil, It quietly cures Hbeumatlsm,
Neuralgia, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Bores and all
rain. It Is good for man or beast. 25 cents,
Tho groen apple is assuming tempting
proportions to tho oyo of tho small boy.
fTTl OE3STTS per yd for tho
BEST TABLE OILCLOTH,
Bold In other stores Tor 33c. All floor
Oilcloths reduoed. Call for bargains
C. D. FRICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin St, near Centre
JUST EEOEIVBD AT ETBITEKS I
GENUINE IMPORTED GOODS
Crosse and BlacJcweWs CJiow-Chow and PlcJcles.
Pr'ench'Macitroni, 2 lbs, for 25c.
t( Sardines in Oil, 2 cans for 25c.
lancy It Ice, 3 lbs. or 25c.
Fine California Fruits.
I Fancy Prunes, large and fine, 15o,
I Choice Prunes, 2 lbs. for 25c.
'X Evaporated Jellied Apricots, 20c.
,V Evaporated Peaches, 15c
1 Canned Pears, Plums, Peaches and Jvricota.
U : : :
Fine Iloaiitcrt ColTcc, 30c quality Improved.
Oltl Government Javu fresli roasted
Fancy Tnjjlc Syrup-r2 qts. lor 25c.
Ginger. Snaps aud Coffee Cakes, 3 lbs. lor 25c.
Lebanon Suuituer Sausage nnd Clilppcd Beef
Fancy Crenmery aud Flue Oalry nutter
CHEAP .A -
Tomatoes, Corn and Early
New Ualslns-4 1 lor 25c
WasMnir Powder, 4 luu for 25c
Will have another lot 0 those Fancy; Moquette Jtuys at
4 $1.25 in
BRIGGS WILL STAY
SO SAY THE UNION THEOLO
THE NOTABLE GASB REVIEWED.
No Attention Will bo Paid to tho
General Assembly's Action.
Tho Board of Directors Tako
By National Press Association.
New York, Juno 0. Tho whole business
of Dr. Briggs' position in the Union Theo
logical Seminary is settled, bo far ns tho
directors of tho institution aro concerned.
Dr. Briggs is there and will stay thoro.
Ho is professor of Biblical theology now
and will bo noxt winter when tho soml
nory reopens, Just as much as if tho Gen
eral Assembly had never boon born. In
other words, Union Theological Semi
nary stands by its guns and affirms Its
An Important meeting of tho directors
was hold with, closed doors, and after
somo debate it was decided to ignoro tho
Jurisdiction of tho Genoral Assembly, ro
cently couvennd in Detroit, in its action
with regard to tho Rev. O. A. Briggs.
Thoro woro but throo mombors absent,
the Rev. Dr. Holmes and laymen John
Taylor Johnston and 'William E. Dodgo.
Tho Assembly, after a two-day debato
a week ago, votod to disapprove of Dr.
Briggs's transfer from tho professorship
of Hebrow to tho chair of Biblical Tho
ology. Tho vote was 440 to 09. Yester
day the directors discussod the vote and
then passed the following resolution, tho
voto being 10 to 2 :
"Resolved, That this board of directors,
after having taken logal advice, and after
duo consideration soo no reason to
change their views on tho subject of tho
transfor of Rov. Professor Briggs and feel
bound in tho discharge of their duties,
undor tho charter and constitution, to
adhere to tlio Bam a vlawa."
The Rov. Dr. Hall was compelled to
loavo beforo tho voto was cast.
After tho meeting had adjourned tho
Rov. Dr. Clark ot tbo Harlem Puritan
Churoh thus expressed himself;
"Tho Directory stands by its guns I Dr.
Briggs is at this moraoat just as much in
tho Robinson chair as ho over was, and ns
if the Genoral Assembly had no existence.
Tho Assombly says he must got Wo di
rectors say ho Bhall stay I"
LOVE AND TRUST BETRAYED.
A Yonnc Woman of High Social Position
Dies on Her -Father's Doorstep.
Hontinoton, Pa., Juno 6. A sad story
ot lovo and trust betrayod come3 from
Petersburg, in this county. At day
break tho body of Miss Annie M. Heru
came, nged 24, was found on tho front
step of hor father's residence. Miss Hern-
enmo was highly gifted intellectually,
nnd was of high social position. Sho was
well known throughout Central Pennsyl
vania as a prominent tomperanco ndvo-
cate. oho was to havo ueon married this
month, but three weeks ago hor accepted
suitor mysteriously disappeared.
Tho coroner's inquest rovealed tho fact
that Miss Hcrncnme was about to become
a mother and had taken poison to cover
up her shame. Tho whole community is
so stirred up ovor tho affair thatdiro ven
geance is threatened her betrayer should
ho be caught.
Juuc Peas not soalts 3 cans
Lioutonant Louis S. Boner, of
Tho many friends in town of Lieutenant
Louis S. Bonor woro pained to learn of his
unexpected death yesterday, at PotUvlllo.
Mr. Bnner was one of tho best known and
most popular traveling salesmen on the
road. Ho was ovor gonial and courteous
and his doath creates a fooling of sadness
among his follow traveling mon and tho
many merchants with whom ho had tran
sactions. Ho was lookod upon in Shenan
doah as ono of tho town's citizens. At no
placo doo9 hfs doath cause moro regret than
Mr. Jijner was 62 yoars of ago and was
ongagod as a traveling' salesman until he
was taken sick last Saturday Ho was an
old soldier, having beon Color Sorgoant of
Co. U, 120th II gimont of Pennsylvania
Volunteers. He gained an excellent repu
tation for his bravery in the battle of
Chancellorsvillo, ,in tho lato war, where ho
succeeded in saving his company's fUg,
notwithstanding that ho was surrounded by
tho enemy. Ho also served as Lieutenant
of Co. E, 7lh Pennsylvania Regiment.
during the omergoncy and hero, also, ho
disttnguisnod himself as a thorough soldier
Mr. Boner wa3 born in Albany township,
Berks county, on tho 23rd.of April, 1839.
Aftor tho war ho becamo bookkoepor In tho
storo of P. D. Luther, at Kaska William,
and later accepted a similar position at
Gorrol's Huzlo Doll colliery at Contralia
and hold It for thirteen yoars, whon ho
moved to Pottsvlllo and became traveling
salesman for Harding, Britton & Co..
wholcsalo grocers of Philadelphia.
Tho doeoased is survived by his wife, who
was tho daughter of tho lato John Phillips,
but ho left no children.
Tho funeral will tako placo from tho lato
rosidenco, No. CIO "West Market street,
Pottsvlllo, on Monday, noxt, at 3 p. m.,
and tho remains will bo Interred in tho Odd
Follows' cernetury, at PoUsviUe.
Suddon Death of a Prominent Mason.
Asnnnv Park, N. J., Juno 0. Fred. L
Wisomnn, ono of tho most promlnout
Free Masons in Now Jersey, died very
suddeuly at his home hero during tho
night. Mr. Wiseman retired nt his usual
hour in apparently good health. An
hour afterward whon his wife was about
to retlro she found him doad. Besides
bolng ft Mason of tho highest degree, he
was connected with many other secret
organizations. He was about 00 years of
Had Wreck, Hut No Ono Injured.
Plainfieuj, N. J Juno 0. A bad
wreck occurred on tho New Jersey Cen
tral road near tho Clinton avonuo cross
ing during tho morning. Engine No. 329,
nttachod to a train of empty coal cars,
was going wost, whon tho train broke in
two on a down grade, and tho roar seo
tlon crushed into tho forward section
with terrific force, shattering a dozen
cars into fragments and scattering tho
dobrls along tho tracks for a long dis
tance. Fortunately no ono was injured.
A Youthful Incendiary,
Boston, Juno. A boy named Walter
O. Honzn, aged 11 yoars, was arrested
here last night on a chargo of attempt
ing to set lira to Uie Emerson Street
School on Poplar street last Monday.
The boy is n pupil of tho school, nnd on
Monday nsked leavo to go out Shortly
afterwards flro was discovered iu ono of
tho closets where a quantity of shavings
had beon put. There woro Boveral hun
dred children in tho school at the time.
Tho WhUkoy Trust In Complete Control.
Cuioaoo, Juno 6. Tho negotiations for
tho purcbaso of tho only whiskey trust
distilleries in the country havo just heen
completed. They nro the H. Schufeld
Company dlstlllory and tho Calumet Dis
tilling Company. The negotiations for
tho purchase of these companies have
been cnrrlod on with great secrecy, and
tho announcement ot the consummation
ot tho purchases caused considerable) sur
prise. Gen. fielmlleld to Marry.
Cuioaoo, Juno 0. Miij.-Gen. John M,
Schollold, commanding tho army of tho
United States, smilingly admits that it is
true that ho will marry Miss Georgia N,
Kilbouruo, of Keokuk, In,, on Juno 18, at
St. John's Episcopal Church in that city.
Duncan Coinmlttf d for Trial.
London, Juno 0. R. E. Duncan of
Washington, D. C, who Is charged with
having attempted to murder his wife
near Bettws-y-Coed, North Wales, was
arraigned for a hoarlng during tho morn
ing and was committed for trial.
Violated the Lottery Law,
Boston, Juno 0. Qeorgo D. Hackett
treusuterof the Boston Speculation Com
pany, was convicted in the United States
Court of violating tho lottery law,
TheTfew Orleuus llrlbery Cnaos. ,
'New Omxans, June 0. Tho Jury
brlberV caos were callod up in tbo Dis
trict Court und continued until Wednes
Oh. What a Cough.
Will you heed the warning? "The Blcnal per
lisns of the tuieuni roach of that more ter
rible dUeute, Consumption. Asli youiselvw
ir you can nuora ior me suko ui mivmif ou
rents, to run tho risk and do nothing for IU
We know from experience that Htilloli's t'un
wilU'ureiour lough. It uevtr Talis. This
explalDS.why innre Hum a Million ilotiles
were sold lhe tiast year. It relieves Croup
nd Whoppluu louitj at once Mothers do
"ot he without It. For Ijudo Hack, Hide or
L II. Ilaeeubuch. N. K. corner Main and
THE SIGHT-SEER I
COMMENTS ON INTERESTING
AND TIMELY TOPICS.
SENSIBLE AND SPIGY SENTIMENTS
Paragraphs That Will Intoroat
and Occasionally Amuso tho
Boador If Carofully Porusod
and Properly Digested.
A number of our monlod men who havo
been looking South for investments have
discovered that Shenandoah is a much bet
ter field for businoss enterprises and It
would not bo surprising to hear of a con-
tomp'atod movemont to furnish tho town
with a shoo factory. Tho manufacture of
shoes will pay, as they aro among tho most
saleable of articles. Besides this labor is
choap and thoro is plenty of it hero. Cheap
fuel is also hero in unlimited quantity find
it may bo depended upon that tho
starting of ono shoo factory will lead to
tho establishment of others, and all will
Sinco the collapso of so many of tho get-rich-quick
companies thoro teems to bo a
disposition on tho part of many qf our
townnnon who havo mouoy to sparo to
look for homo investments. I'poplo hav
ing savings to Invost need not leavo Shen
andoah. Lakosido is stoadily grasping tho atten
tion of the people and, oro tho summer
closes, it will havo a hold that will not bo
readily shakon off. It will tako another
season to carry out tho plans of tho now
proprietors and then Xiakesido will be ono
of the most beautiful, healthful and popu
lar resorts of tho state? This will require
inonoy and labor, but tho parties behind
tho project will bo equal to all emergencies.
Tho time is not far distant whon offers will
bo made to take tho place off tho hands of
tho present owners and givo them a good
bonus. In fact totnpting offers to purchaso
at a much bettor prico than was paid for
tha placo by tho new concern havo been
made, but thoy havo boen refusod.
Major W. Gordon Jjillio Is pronounced
by tho press and public to bo the greatest
rifle shot In the country. His feats ol trick
and fancy shooting are marvolous. Ono ol
tho most remarkable feats is the breaking
of a glass ball, held in tho hand of Miss
May Lillio, whilo the former is sighting
tho mark by means of a mirror. As a
leader of cowboys ho has no superior. All
tho acts presented aro the result of careful
s.udy and ono novor tires wltnosiing tho
Miss May Lillie, tho champion female
crack and rifle shot of the world, is an ox
cellent lady and her performances are ox
coedlngly wonderful. While seated on the
back of a running mustang she breaks glass
balls thrown into tho air by cowboys. Her
style and grace adds materially in making
her performance a success.
Kaglo Eye, tho great Indian interpreter,
is ono of the leading lights of tho Wild
VVoet aggregatipn. He was raised among
the red skins, convorses In all thoir differ
ent languages and has an Interesting his
Mustnng Walter, tbo lasso thrower and
ridor, presents somo wonderful features.
Ho picks up coins from tha ground while
on horseback. His pony ex prets and
lightning change exhibition is graat and it
wins fur.him loud applauso.
Tho shouting exhibitions of Hoadwood
Dick and Oklahom Prank u-o excellent
Tho former is tho master of tho Winchester
rifle and bis fancy shooting is fine. Oltltv
boma Frank's exhibition of rifle shooting
was ono of tho features of tbo day.
Tha other members of this great show
contribute their quota to the portraying of
tho scones of tho far'Wett.
Tho stockholders of tho Trotting and
Athletlo Association are in trouble. Mr.
Hobbins, who rocently purchased the effects
of tho association at Sheriff's salo, and did
not recover enough to cover his claim, has
brought, suit to compel tho stockholders to
pay tho balancos duo on tbo subscriptions
Mr. Robbins' action has caused a flutter
of excitement among tho stockholders,
Some of them havo thrown out all kinds of
bluffs and say thoy will stand suit, but tho
claimant is equally determined to receive
pay for tho tuatorlal he furnished the as
Of courso tbo suit will work a hardibii
1 upon several of our townsmen who at
truo sportsmen and stand ready at all timef
to givo thoir aid to anything in tho logitl
mato (porting line; hut thoy will bo obliged
to too tho mark for tho errors of others,
Tho falluro of the association can bo
attributed to but ono cause bad manage
mont. Had its affairs beon lookod after by
the proper parties tho stockholders would
not bo cotnpcllod to go down into thoir
pockets nt this late day and niako good the
losses. Shenandoah is a sporting town and
any well-managed and legitimato sporting
undertaking ought to succeed In it and pay
a profit. A prominent gentleman said tho
othor day, "I will havo to pay over forty
dollars to clear mysolf of liability, butthat
will not kill my appotilo for sport. I will
stand ready to go into any such undertak
ing again, but you can bet your boltcm
dollar that beforo I make mysolf liable I
will first seo that tho management Is In
TWO MEN BURNED.
Explosion of Powdor In Shonan
doah City Colliery.
Mlchaol Welch, of West Lloyd Btrect,
and Martin Tobin, of Wc6t Lino street,
two minors working in tho Shonnndoali
City colliory, woro burnod by an oxplosion
of powder last night, whilo they wore
working on tho night shift. Tho accident
occurred at about nine o'cleck.
Welch was badly burnod about tho face
and hands, but tho injuries are not danger
ous. Tobln's neck was burned, but th'
burns wore of such a slight charactor that
modical attendanco was not required.
Welch was attended by Dr. Stein.
The mon say thoy cannot account for th'
oxplosion. Thoy had prepared a powder
cartridgo and were about to put it in a hole
when it oxplndod.
English Baptist church, South Jardin
street, Kov. H. G. James, pastor. I'roach-
ng at 10:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. by tbo
pnstor. Morning topiot "Tho Blood Unit
Cried to God for Vengoancs." Evoning
topic : "Tho Blood that Cries to God to be
Merciful." Tho Lord's suppor will bo ad
ministered in tho ovening, and now mom
bors received. Sabbath Bchool at 2 p. m.,
Deacon John Bunn, superintendent. Mon
day evening at 7:30 tho Young Pooplo's
Christian Union will meot Tuesday
ovening tho Sunday school children will
moot at 7 o'clock. Wodnosday evoning, al
7 o'clock, a goneral praror and oxporionco
meeting, Choir rohoarsal at 8:20.
English Lutheran church, Kov. D. B
Trolbloy, pastor. Services to-morrow as fol
lows: 10:30 a. m. and G:30 p. m. Sunday
school nt 1:30 p. 111.
Ebonezor Evangelical church. Ilov. H.
J. Gllck, pastor. Services to-morrow at
10 a.m. in German, and C:30 p, m. in
English. Sunday school at 1:30 p. m
All aro heartily invited to attend.
First Methodist Episcopal church. Kov.
Win. l'ovvick, pastor. Divino worship al
10:30 a, m. and 6:30 p. m. Morning sub-
joct, "Tho Ministry of Mercy." Evening
subioct: "Lessons from tho Sea" being
tho first ol a series of Sunday ovening
talks to tho young on "Tho Voyago of
Life." Sunday school at 2 p, m., to be
followod by tho dovotional meeting of
tho Epworth League. Sociable on Monday
evening in tbo Sunday school room. Gun
oral prayer meeting on Thursday ovonimt.
Strangers aro especially invited.
1'rosbyterian church, ltqv. J. M. Wickor,
pastor. Services to-morrow at 10:30 a. m
and 6:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m.
P. M. church, corner of Jardin and Oak
stroets. Sorvicos to-morrow at 10:30 a. m.
and 6:30 p, m. Sabbath school at 2 p. m
Young Peoples' Christian Endeavor at (
ra. overy Sabbath, Classes meet Tuos
day and Wednesday evenings at 7 o'clock
and bunday at V:H a. in. Uonoral prayor
meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. H. G
Welsh Baptist church, cornr "V05t and
Oak streets. Kev. D. L Evans, pastor
Services to-morrow at 10 a. m. in Welsh
and 0 p. m. in English. Sunday school at
p. m. l'rayor meeting on Monday cvon
ing, at 7 o'clock. Children's Bermonette
Wodnosday ovening at 7 p. m, Class moet
ing on Thursday ovoning, at 7 o'clock.
Resolutions of Condolence,
At a regular meeting of Plank Itidgo
Lodge, No. 880, I. O. O. F tho following
resolutions woro unanimously adopted t
Wiihhkab. It has uleased tho Almtzhtv
God, In his providence, to remove lrom our
miutt our oeiovou orotner, w. r. layior
WiiKRKAS. Tbo decoasod has been
member of Plunk Kideo Lodge, No, SS0,
I. O. O, P., and, by his unimpeachable
character, gentlemanly and ltndly bear
ing, over endeared himself to ui; thereforo
he 11 .
Resolved. That, whilo wo bow in humbl
submission to Him who dooth all things
woll, wo tender our most heartfelt sympa-
tb.es to the friends and family of tho
Resolved, That wo drapo our charter for
tho spaco of thirty days In honor ot our
deceased brother : aud bo it furthor
JIOW.VVU, 4.l,Elr a VW)V w, buuvu mum'
tious bo printed lu tho Evkkino IIehalu
of Shenandoah and a copy be alio spread
upon me m mutes 01 our meeting.
John 1". Davis,
K. D. Hkddall,
P. J. Havnkk,
Tho noxt holldiy
will bo tbo glorious
THE PRINCE OP WALE a DE
NOUNCED FOR GAMBLING.
A LEADING RADICAL'S VIEWS.
Tho Scandal Will Kavo an Influonco
on tlio Future of England A
Methodist Conferenco Dia
cussos tho Subject.
London, Juno 0. Iu his argumont for
tbo defense in tho baccarat scandal
trial Sir Charles Russell asked
How tho plaintiff's conduct could possi
bly bo consistent with innocence. Could
anything, ho said, bo imputed to the wit
nesses to justify tho assumption thatthey
wero notcredlblo. Ho had novor known,
In his oxperlenco, flvo witnesses giving
concurrent testimony bo absolutely un
touched by cross-examination.
Pending argument tbo court ndjournod
Tho developments of tbo baccarat trial
havo aroused the strong Nonconformist
feeling against tho class of which tho
Prince of Wales Is the leader, and from
tho talk in tho lobies of PnWIament thero
is ovldeutly fear that tho disclosures may
affect tho noxt election unfavorably for
It Is among tho middlo classes and tho
poor that sovoro comments aro hoard on
tho incidents of Trnnby Crof t,and the pub
lic opinion of the multitude Is ovidout'v
disposed to hold tho Prluco of Wales ti
rosposlblllty for his lndulgonco in gam
bling. A loading Iiodlcnl remarked to-day
that tlio dimming scandal would havo
an Influonco ou tho future of Groat
Britain that could not bo measured ia
iVs stated In thoso dispatches L,orU
Middlotou, brother-in-law of Sir William,
has beon his backer from tho first lit tho
offort to redeem his noma from disgrace.
nnrt his lordship's appearance lu court,
was tbo opon nssortlou of tho sympathy
he has nil along folt nnd displayed for
his unfortunate relative Cummiug has
many frionds among tho audience, and
tho fair portion ospoclally beom to bo hi 3
Tho South Wales Methodist Quarterly
Conference adopted a resolution ro
regrottlng that tho I'rlnco of Wnles took
part lu n garao of bacenrnt at Trnnby
Croft, thus by his oxnmpla encouraging
vice, and damaging tho standing of tho
royal house lu the estimation aud aucc-
tlon ot tho people
A RECEIVER WANTED.
Tho Central Cuniiiuny Crippled la tho
llocent ltlibber Crnftll.
Tuenton, N. J., Juno 0. Tho Eckstein
Whito Load Company, of Cincinnati, has
filed a petition in the Court of Chancery,
nsktug for tho nppointmont of n receiver
for tho Central Itubbor Company.
Tho petition stntos that tho lattet-owod,
tho Whito Company $1,077.30, and whon
called upon for a settlement of tho ac
count, Treasurer John P. Britton de
clared that tho Central Rubber Company
could not pay tho bill, admitting at tho
samo tlmo the company's insolvency,
owing to the fact that it had been en
dorsing heavily for tbo Star Rubber Com
pany and the Hamilton Rubber Company,
whtoh were recoutly placed In tbo hands
of a recoivcr.
According to tlio petition, a largo por
tion of the assets ot tho Central consist
of bills receivable from tbo Star and
Cuioaoo, Juno 0. Tn a bill for tbo ap
pointment ot a receiver, filed In tho
United btates Court here, by AnnaW.
Baird, of Pennsylvania, it Is said that tho
Northwestern Rubber Company is hopo
lcssly insolvent, nnd likely to collapso
nny day. The Company has n largo storo
at 141 Lako streot and a branch on Stnto
street. Tho liabilities aro over $100,000
and tbo assets not much mora than half
A New Business.
P. J. Cleary has opened a storo in
Ferguson's building, on East Centra street.
and ia prepared to furnish tho local trado
with fine leather and shoe findings and all
kinds of shoemaker's supnHes. His stock is
a large one and well equipped to fully
supply all demands of the trade. 5-15-tf
15 Gents a Pound.
Not off grade goods,
But First-class Stock.
122 North Jardin Stroat
I gloyd streets.
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