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THE LAXATbVS AMO NUTRITIOUS JUKK or THE FIG8 OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtvies of plants known to be most beuehcial to the human system, forming an agreeable and effective laxative tw perma nently cure Hab'tual Consti pation, and the many ilia de pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER IRQ BOWELS. It in the rootteaoelliMrcmtdy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM ErTiCTVALLY When oat is Hiliota or Coastipatad SO THAT purl BLOOD, nKrateewtK mjip, IIKALTH and STMNOTtl IMTURAU.V POUUMI. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ASK TOUR DAIKXTOT FOR las-srspfcrap' oar" aroco-w MANUSAOTlWeD ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAfl FRANCISCO, CAl. uwisviuc. in new youk. si. v. GOLD U3DAL. PAB.3, 1878. I. Baker & Go;s from v.hich the excess of oil Iiu been roxoved, is If,.j..-t.. -r.. ! and it is Soluble. No Chemicals aro used in its preparation. It lias more than three times ths strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is thqrcforo far moro economical, costing less Mian one cent a ciji. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily digested, nml admirably adapted for invalids as well as for persona in health. Sold by Grocora ovcryu-hsro. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. ElckHutUehsuid mllevoaU UietrouMao lacf lont to a bilious Ute or tbe ixtom, aooh aa DlzzineG, lUuaca, Diowalncaa, Dblrwa after eating. Tain In tho Side, to. Wbila their moat pomaitablesucceali beea shown to eutiEg . SICK faciaiche. yet Carter's Utile XAyvt TSSt tra equally valuable in Constipation, curing anil pre venting this annoying complaiat.whlle thoy alsa correct all disorders of the Btonw.k.atlniulate tha ilTcranareeub'.othebowele. Evcnlfthejoalj GUICU (AtAathay wonldbo staoetprlneleae to tiieio wis lonffer from tMsdistresMng complaint; batfoitu Ijaatelytheirgoodneasdoea no i,oadbore,cd those ,rhoonce try them will find tbeuo little pills Talu. xblainaomany ways that i&ay will not be wll BlB to do without tuera. Bat &f Inr sJlaicx kti& !Ij lie tne of 10 many llrfcs that Uwo li hers tremahe our giuU toast. OrpiUflcureltvliUa ethers do not. Cartei'a tittle Ltver Pills tro very amaU and .rery nay to tain. One or two plus miien doe. They are strictly vegetable end do not gripe or purge, but by Uielr ueulle action please ell who csothtm. IuYi.!ot S3 cents 1 five for ft cola tsj drcgjlsU evccywlKTA or sent by atiX. CARTER WEDICIHB CO., New York; &&ALLFILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PMGS Bank CoufitxfS, Tyler Systetn, Port ablo, Uiieciualcd In Style, Cost and Finish. ,, l(0rnfeCUliii!i.r(.iuui i. " etc., UlsilnUiIIa Colon. Km,,, Trri i i lit Imtt Onic- nr.ks and Type it i Hit .il.luc, SM Sljl-'i. Hi nt and cbeaiv ! cm iii emu. vim greu redui'tion In prices. 1 4U pays cfcUlvKUv Frt. Fohlkce llf CU. Full !Um or UnliV, Cliolra, T.I.I,., Bok CaMt, CoblncU, IKtl S'ai.i P.lllNOlt, ClP., lff,lill KllllL. SimmIaI work iuSo la rdir. Tii.ixnr.mcn., Ht.Lonu, mo.,v.h.a. ft WtUort F.tllak IHeMMl Kmfc TNS.YROYAL FILLS i (..id .. ifr il.r, l-'L u I I i r .. i. nj 'mi. I !;.. i a uk li ,IUU0 'I rtt 'u.llfu- ' . ..iBinoUU kilt v '-inr, l.r raivra Ctl. i.i.','tV '.tin'. . awi or n " Uf II eH Hu rsss f To Utt a ro.itlre Cure for too sa w "y SSd ci Vaj'SbTeJn'f-orm.uon ruflL AM V,H.V. Sira4ar,hw Vsrh. BreaKfast-Cocoa CURE CAUSED BY A RAG WHEEL SELECTIONS FROM THE WRITINGS OF THE UANBURY NEWS MAN. Abntl 1'li.K'O tttuptiiys n .Mian Knitted Uiitti. lo Itlnku lllui 11 New Hhe Whoel nml Thing Ar 8tlrr.il Up Ooiieralljr. ICopyilKhlml bv Lew & Kliepiml, Boston, and publlalitsl by apartM arrangement with them.) An tins account pertains mostly to tho rag wl'.el of u sawmill, there may be people who will think 1 ought to know what a rag wheel ts, und be able to throw a good deal of Interesting light on its origin Htitt history Fortunately, 1 don't know anything about it. A rag wheel may be some part of the Goor of ft saw mill, or adapted to its roof, or only something to keep the Itoys from fooling witli the haw 1 know nothing about it. 1 I only know that tills is n Had account to write, and that I, like tho public, wonld much rather that some one dec would j do it The owner of tho sawmill in question ' was Abuer Pierce. lie was a man who was foud of hunting foxes, and kept eight men employed about his farm and mill The rag wheel becoming impaired and unsafe from age or wear, or both, t needed replacing, and he omployed a ' catrenter from 11 place twenty miles dia- j tant to make a new rag wheel. The carpenter who came twenty njiles to make a rag wheel lor Abner Pierce was a stranger to that gentleman. His name was Hebulon Watts. Ho brought a man with him to do the work, volun teering to attack the bossing of, the job single handed and unaided Watts was mentally and physically remarkable. Ke was not a worker, but a designer. He could plan work for any number of men lo pertonn. and stand around handy to see that they did it He was a man fond 1 ol the law. and when a nartv refused to I pay him for work his delight w al most hysteric. He then nued them, plead his own case, covered everybody wttfl mud and retired defeated. Ueiould not help but think a man was trying to beat him in an underhanded manner if ho paid him cash down without equivocation of any kind. Physically be was not adapted to heavy lator He was about five feet nigli and about four feet square. He wore a shanghai overcoat, which rather impaired the natural outlines of his lig- ot a horse, with a forepieca that stood straight out like the step to a stage coach. It may bo mentioned in pass ing that Mr Watts didn't know any more about u rug wheel than 1 do, and the information th.e assistant possessed on the same subject was considerably hampered by limits. Bat while 1 am painfully aware of my ignorance, it never for an instant occurred to Mr. Watts that he didn't know anything about the matter. He took charge of the manufacture of that rag wheel with all tho confidence in the world, and laid his plans,, and mado his estimates, and set the man to work gettiug out tho stuff, and wulked around with his hands in his pockets, and talked about religion and ths legislature. And so day passed into day and time rolled on. Un the evening preceding tho close of the job Pierce, as was his custom, had all his help, including the carpenters, in the large, old fashioned kitchen. It was a cold November night, and a large and very grateful fire roared and snapped in the yawning fireplace. The men sat there until 10 o'clock talking about fox hunting and public schools and then re tired to their respvetive couchee, each man drawing off his boots and leaving them i 11 front of the firepl ace. tn a short time the house was as quiet as a pot of paint, and the flicker of the dying lire created fantastic Bhadowa amonrr the eleven pairs of bootB. At '2 o'clock one of the men was awak ened by 11 glare of light in his eyes, and bounding to the window saw that tue mill was on fire. The alarm was (ft once given. Pierce heard it, uud was the first in his clothes. Then he darted for the kitchen to get tits boots. He was 11 man ol great nervous susceptibility, and not at any time unpleasantly particular about his language. It was very dark in tho kitchen so dark that but a dim outline of the walls could be seen. But he was in a hurry there was no time to strike a light He made a plunge for the first boot he could reach, tried it part way on discovered it was originally made for another man. funis it acrosn the room and swooned down on another. No bet ter success. Threw that and swora Grabbed another. Swore again. Made several attempts to get his foot into tbe third boot toot kept slipping outside Threw that and swore again, fourth boot had no straps to it Dropped that nt once. Then he tried some more; kept trying tbem as ranidlv as he could find them, and all the time his property was being licked un bv the dreadful flames, and the perspiration waa rolling into his eyes, and his feet were smarting under the exertions they were forced into, anil all tho while he kept pouring forth the roost ridiculous cursing anybody ever heard, and finally, iu a perfect shriek of profanity, he daslied out of tbe house iu his istockinjr feet, and across a cornfield rUghcst of all in Leavening Tower. 1 AE&OlJUTCiaf PURE full of bristling stubble, and shed woolen yarn and blood at every jump. He had barely got out of the kitchen when the men came tearing in, crazed by excitement and looking for their boots. "Smitten Washington! where Is my bootB?" shrieked Watts. And then fol lowing tho example of the others he dropped down on the floor and began to feel around for them. Then ensued a scene that beggars all description. Ten men in a dark room, spasmodically and insanely endeavoring to get Into a pair of bootS belonging to other parties, and each one carefully flinging the wrong, boot straight ahead and snatching for another, and swearing and screaming all the time, and hopping around on one foot and bumping one another over like so many unhappy and incurable mani acs. Some two or three secured a boot apiecf and started for the mill; others went unprotected, while old Watts, with a presence of mind that was truly remarkable, gathered up an nrmfnl of them and went bounding across that corn lot with the speed of an alligator. All possible agencies were used, to sub dne the fire, but it had such headway that tho prospect was dnbioua enough, Mr. Watts carefully deposited his new Shanghai coat on a pile of slabs, and seizing a pint pail that had been used for drinking eider fiom, dashed reckless ly down the bank to the creek, and In a few minutes returned with tho pail half full, and madly dashed the contents over Pierce and then hurried back foi more. But all efforts were of 'no avalL Tho fire fiend marchpd on without inter ruption, and in an hour the mill was de stroyed. Sorrowfully the party turned and limped home. Mr. Watts went foi his coat and was somewhat startled tc find that the fixe had even attacked the pile of slabs, nnd in its insatiate fury had completely devoured one tail of tho coat. Then Mr. Watts lifted up hie voice and carried on like a pirate. It is not necessary to r.tate that the rag wheel went up with the flames It so went Mr. Watts returned home with his man the next day, and in tV'u seclu sion and sacredness of the domestic cir cle made ont his bill against Pierce. Pierce refused to pay it. Watts was delighted. Pierce said that the wheel was but a piece of botch work. Watts said ho would make huu prove it. And and lie did. Tho suit went against Wutts. Cp nrgued and plead and per spired a prnnced mound, but it wai no use ii venial judgo decided against him Then there was another unfortunati phnso to this remarkably painful affair. Not another piece of eloth could bt found in town to match that ravaged coat Unceasingly did Watts parade the stores of Ins native heath, but in vain was piece after piece of goods compared to tho unstnged tnil of that coat. Noth ing would match. The surviving tat: was a peculiar green, und the nearest approach to it was a peculiar blue, and so Watts had to get it, because h couldn't afford to lose the coat, and, be sides, the one tail was becoming a trifle monotonous to the public. The new repnirs created quite a sensa tion at first among tho neighbors, but il gradually wore off, and whenever he ap peared witt hi rainbow tails r.nd that coarse fur cap vith ite threatening fore piece they merely observed, "Hallo, hero comes tho Jack of Ulubs." 0OUGB ItOOTesCold,Coarui,SoreThrcat,CrB,Iusoeta, Whwplor Cough. Bronchitis od Asthma. A rti ir, hi T Consumption la tin ma, ut l rjU.f la t-Waaeed stares. Vu ono. Ton will no the ti 'tlltSt'ffeet after taking tho Brat dosa, IW1 .y KU,r. ...7, wa.re. brie SO wow ao4 HOfc FOR mi ONLY! Be!" .iniJ 'IVOliSDEKU.Iiy, Umi-ih- - .tr and Miad, Ufaeta lifl'iToro' Ejisfasr: laOldorTouBjr, Bul'ut, h.Ur rMM. r. r!' l1. .I. ,.. w lo K-.rron4 si. i nit.iit.ii;, i ..DLiet.t" ..ii'Ai.fai rut i humour Mil, l.twl' lllfBK -1'!ia. Wl.i 1-1' -tn'- Inedar, Slrutl'ff- fcll I'Wi. li.T.tL..i.M . ttnLlhtM. GMfliiiO I-k., .......! u . i. h'( i-lr!)fr.. UUut SKIS USiwAU CO., LUFfALO.N. Y. 1 DON'T OEs-Mb ffe!!fS BALSAtf I U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1S89. 1 Baking Powder Oft In the Stiliy Night You've heard the wailing 'round you; Wind Colic nod baby were tho combios. lion. Dr. Hand's Colic Cure is the tpeoiae Simp'e buttle free at 0. J. McCarthy's or .1. 11. llillan't drUK store. The man who needs a newspaper (lie most is generally the first to atop it. Alvn'H Ilraalltan Speclflo Oo. :-I wish to mar my gm oral tiallmouy Xo me virtue, ol y 11 r nidgieti cure f r king evil My ntbew, now nine year old, born Bcrofuli'iH null Blllictel with Nwelliug, sore eyes, etc, in gull ul duct ira ai.it ii.ood purl llsrc, kept growing; worne, his health beoa.ua broken, hi rnx-K r.w mil of lumps m.o lrg one,a rimulng tore and tneca.ee.'empn hopped. Ouo month's uso of the O.ictim .uro, iu hit, wiAfumuiMMij v ,,1 o,rrj uv , i)nweawy the lumps, healed tbo sore, an f o ireu the ey.s. lie has never felt or anDeared so well I year, ndw.'feel ilia' his lire-loun troubles aren dor eoniiol of your wonderful medi cine, loi which we oaniiot. be tix thrtuuful llespt-ctful y, MB". IKS xlK WYW, 225 West nth St., New lor. Hold at Klrlln's Drug rHure,Kerguoa House oiooK,.-sneuauuo . The next large gathering In town will be the annual teachers' institute. Startling Facts. ' The American people are rapidly becoming a rao of nervous wrecks, and the foitowmr augs.eiR ine nest re euy: .Ajpunnsn nmuiiu- lDK.ni isiiMer, ia , sw.rm inai wupuuisrou whs divei'lileis from Mt. Vitus annoe ur Mle' greit IteHtoMtlVK Nrvtue curod him Mrs J it Miller, of V iliinrttUo. anil J. D, fulor. of Lomnsnort. Ind., eao . gained 20 pound" Trom fading It. .Mrs. II A. tlnrrtuer, of ViKtuli, I nt., w cured of 10 to SO oon. vuKlotisn dav. nnl much headichs. cilz'. nans, baciittrlie nml nervous uroelrHtloti by one bottle. Ti IkI hollies, and Quo books of Tiirveii.unoii'i, fiee nt C. H. Uageniui'U, Uiodrusglst, who recommeuds andguarau tees this unequaled remedy A - od way to avoid quarreling with your wife is to do as Hlie telle you. allies' Nerve tana Liver Pills vet on a new principle regulating the liver. Mnmiich ;b and bowels (ntoupn fta verv K new discovery. Dr. all lea' Kills speedily :me nmousnew, naa uuree, lrpm nvar, pnex -onBtUnIlou. Uceoualed lor mn, woirin ihlldran. Hmalleat. mil leat.BUTeBt I Ei'i'..o. Acts. Haraples Free, at U. H. Hagiubuch'F arof; ft lore. The man who builds castles in air has no uso for a corner lot. the Sudden Doatho. Hart. disease is by far the moat frequent -aue of sudden deth. which la throe out oi four caes Is unsuspected. The ny inpiorns are uotCTuerally understood. Thane arc: lying -n tu rigin. siue, buori. urem, piuui-ui ireia In nide. Iuck or shoulder. Irregular puKe, asthma, wea and hung-y epolls, wind in stomach, swelling o. ankles or dropsi , oppress!. -ii, dry comb aud Kraotheriuu. I)r tiles' lllutraad imioK on Heart Disease, (re. jtO. II Ilagenbuch, who sell and guarantee Or Miles' unequaled New Heart Cure, ai d his Hestoratlxe Nervine, which cures nervous. aens, hendaehe, sleopleeaneai, edecteof drlolc ins, etc. It oontains no opiates. The planning of holiday trlr is oe cupyiugthe miBds of many. Oh, What a Cough. Will youbeed the wa nlngT Tbe elgnal per nm of tbnaure apnroacb of tliat more le--ibledlseaM. Consumption. - Ask ycmreolves ' yon oau attord for the sake of saving n ents, to run the risk Rnd do nothing fur 11. iV e know froni experience that whlloh's (jur-i illOureonr iougb. 11 never falls. rhl plalus why more than a Million liotile wi.re sold the past year. It rellevM (Irou;-i-id Whopping OO'tgh at on." .'.ioincrs d.) ,ot bo without It For Latne B-m, 8td" or i heat, nsoSblloh's Porrus riusjar. Bold by : II. Hage ibaoh, N. S. cornr Main and Utoyd atreoU. Comity institutes are being held in various sections of the slate. Shlloh's Consumption Our. mis la beyond question tbe moat suc- ewlul Oough Medicine we nave evr sola sw doses invariably cure the wo-nt cases ot ougb, Croup, and Bronchitis, while Its won nrrTii anAAftaalM the aura of (lonsiiinntilon is Ithouta parallel In the hlstury of modiolno. iiiim it's flrsi Aiaouverv- it naa been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine an stand. Ii you live a Con,;'' -vn earnest wk you to try it. I'rlst 10 cent 6 1 cmn,and 11.00. If vonr Langs w "ore, Oneel or Baok ame tiiu.Mhlloli'H Porous Planter. Hold '1. II. llageobuoh, N. . corner Mala and Uoyd atree'n A woman may be headstrong and yet not to strong minded Tho worst danger about neileotlnga Oongh orOoIdls Uonaumution, Wo can atureour readers that no medicine equals Pan-Tina Oo.igh and Couaumptlon Oure. Try IU Trial bottles free at ivirnu u arug siore. An Ornamental Stove. Tho idea is just suggested that an or namental stove be put in the market; not merely an ornamental article, but ono that is artistic one that will adorn as well as comfort the home circle. It is a gootl Idea, aud lias our hearty support. In fact, we are anx ious about It The stove has no nobler friend than the editor of this paper no one who has given it such careful, intelligent study; no one who has so faithfully tried to understand It So we feel a peculiar right to speak out. The article from which we gather the suggestion says that there is no reason why there should not be a costly stove. We don't exactly understand wlmt is meeut by title. Every stove we have had anything to do with was costly enough. But perhaps the writer refers to the market price, if so, wo ooincido with LEATHER andJHOE HIDIIGS Denier In all 1:1 ads ot Shoemakers' : Supplies ! Large and first-mats stoek. Aft Demands of ilie Trade Supplied '18 W. CENTRE bT., Ferguson Ilotue building, SHENANDOAH, PA. 1 Tin Ton Know ITIilcb Is the Lighter Knrl of tlio store? Copyrighted by bee & Shnpard, llotton, and puuuanaa by spei iai arranjirinent W!ln them. A reader who is recently married writes us. asking which end of the stove is the Htrliter. We really wish we knewi but we don't. A stove is very deceiv ing; and one Iim to become well ac quainted with a new one to And its point of advantage. Our friend should not be too hasty in taking hold of a ttove. A stove that is to be moved should be visited iu the still watches ol the night before, and carefully ex amined by the light of a good lamp. The very end we thought the lightei may prove the heavier (in fact, is ex- remely likely to); or it may be that the lighter end is the most difficult to gel hold of and hang on to. It is a very distressing undertaking to carry a hall ton of stove by your finger nails, with s coldblooded man easily holding the other end, and a nervous woman wUhs dustpan in one hand and a broom in tlx other bringing up the rear and gettinfl the broom between your legs. Iu going up stairs it is best to be at tho lower end of the stove. Going backward up a stairway witl a stove in your bauds require a delicacj of perception which very few people pos sesa, and which can only come aftei years of conscientious practice. If yoc are below you have the advantage oi missing much that must bs painful to t sensitive nature. The position you an in brings your face pretty close to thi top of the stove, and, as no one can bt expected to see what is going on when thus situated, you are relieved from all responsibility and thought in the mat-, ter, with nothing to do but to push vul iantly ahead aud think of heaven. Thui above you iu the carman, whom you dc not see. with his lius two inches anart. his eyes protruding and his tongue lollinj ' Ji on his chin. And it Is well you don l ece him, for it is an awful sight. Bat the chief advantage of being below ii that, in case of the stove falling, you will be caught beneath it and instantly killed Nothing short of your death will erei compensate for the scratched paint, soiled carpet and torn oilcloth, and no man 11 his senses, and with his hearing unim paired, would want to survive the catas tropne. Mrs. Colilelch Calls Her Dog. A cow got into Cobleigh's yard Friday morning and stepped around among a dozen heads of choice late cabbages ' which that gentleman hsd cultivated ' with considerable care and pride. Mr. Cobleigh was not at home, but Mrs.' Cobleigh saw the animal and became very much excited over its prestnee. II was desirablo to get it oft the premise! as speedily as possible, but Mrs. Cob leigh was painfully limited as to facili ties. She was afraid of a cow, and did not dare venture close enough to it to make a clotheepole serviceable. She had heard that a dog was an efficient agent iu the dispersion of a cow, but there was not a dog about. Bat a bright thought struck the lady. She would pretend there was a dog just back of the house, waiting to rush with terrific ferocity upon the marauding beast. So Mrs. Cobleigh set to work, leading ofl with nn earnest whistle, with the fol lowing flattering result: "Fvew-w-w, fvow-w-w-w oh, myi Here Tiger, here! Fvew-w-w, fv what fchall I dof Here, Ponto! here, Carloi Fvew-w-w-r-s oh, my gracious! Fvew-w-w bite him, Jack! Bite him, Bulls Fvew-w-w-w oh, dear! oh, dear! Ga way, you nasty thing. Scat, J sayl" 4 Mrs. Cobleigh was terribly excited. The cow looked up and smiled. i "Go away, yon hateful object!" Bbe screamd, "or I'll have you torn to pieces. Here, Gyp, seize him 1 Fvew j fvew fvewl Bite him, Nedl Sick Wm, Pete! Fvew fvew- w-w-z-n-sl Oh,1 gracious, goodness!" And the exhausted woman sank down on the doorstone, her face the very essence of despair; while the exertion of her vocal organs in pro ducing the whistle had covered her chin j with spray. During the progreu of these tactics seven dogs had gathered in the . vicinity and were now starts through the fence at Mrs. Cobleigh with all ab- j sorbing interest. But the woman, un-', conscious of their vicinity, continued to ' breathe heavily and to look at the cow; while that animal leisurely chewed on the cabbages and pensively took in th) surroundings. Ho I'ouud Oat. A scholar in one of our sohools being asked a lather difficult question, ham mered at it awhile without any succeae and then pettiahly inquired, "Am I hot or cold?" A moment later he was quite hot. J. M. IiilLBV. h bCniOUb UUE3TION. 1 ELI REWARD noma Blttckhn Wll r tin-. To test this hanjr a strip cf !otbr (a a bottls of Arms UImUbi: and ! It there for a hr nr roMith, Take it ont sad drl and uuntne it ea. -sf nHr. Ill Ii U,t " DrtHiag aad P-ito WsflGMEBlMting Miles w Unt of kallKW Waterproof, oft nd Burr bio. Cianao a Pine Table to Walnut. A Poplar Kitthtn Prist to Antique Oak. A Cane Rocker to Mahogany. See what ean fee do with 2BC. Tfrtfa of if A.:"n.rinr. : A rnnrm WOOT j ItANDOLT-B, J-WladelphU. TOR SALE IK ALL BI0SIS. CACTUS BLOOD CUE. SUPERIOR TO SABSAP RMLA Purities the blood by ex pelling the i.npuiifits thrn'i'rh the proper o'iiHtir.cls ami tuner causes eruptions on the skin, Regulates the bowels Cmvs dyspepsia, liver and kidney troubles, tones up the system and gives you anapp tite, Never fails ' o cure any con dition produced, by impure or impoverished blood, or a dis ordered state of stomach, liver or kidneys. Sold at Klrlln's Drug Store, FrQHinn's IfnM Hhek, .VnmawW1. Pa, Ask tny uKfntM Tor W. L. Douglas Shoes, f not lor anlr In your place nalc lour Tor catalogue, aecurc in in for on . SUltSTl TUTt. Z3 WHY W, L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MOHEf? U la a ReainlcKSriiiuo, v 1 1 h it t tclts tr wax tur id to inn t tbe fee:; minlo of the lu bt Hue utf, h I fib und ettHr, uud bfcaute ue make nure nftut vf this iMirfe tltttn any other puimijai titter. It equals Land howt'il nhot-a (OstlrtK from $4.0) to rU0. CJK. 00 ei.ii. nc llBiitl-neMrd, thr fttx caU fthim i'v. r nflVrtil fur Jfi.iil), eiuati lr- ul-Ij Iinpnrtod bIioch whlnb vt from $.o 'to ij '". ASA OU Mint(f-Srfl Welt Shor, tlno cMf. 3aT bljllsb, foniftrtftjk and durubl1 'I u bi -t itie ever offert-d at tUU price ; ftutno Ki-ide as cut Itim nmdt hIi.l-s iudUuui fro. n $r ik to CSO 10 I'oMfn SUik i l'nrmer, d "n pm and Li UfrC'ui ilorstill v. far tUt m tin. c If, 9 nmlt'HS mnoolli ltnl It. ht?ny tlirco hrtb t vi a el-m etlptf. Oue pair will w eur iirur. (SO 50 fine ciilfi uuiK-tt-TtsiDyovrrof" i i nt iltlri pi If ; otio trial tll i-oumh i i w ho want a shoe for LMn.fort utnl porvd v. CO "'id S'i.OO Vi'liiiitttmtMci : arc very Btroui? ami durable'. 'tlio wuo li no cItimi tin m a tilal w wenr no oilit r i i rs.wc' und fl.7Z (whool Hi'-m nm 11 O worn by Hit t oscer wlurc, Uurf soil on tbeir incrlts, tts (he finTi'iisliiK rhIch nhow. 3 .Aa i?:i.;0 Hiitul-MMiil fit ip Ivt ImCJU ICO iMinvda, xt'l-vftylltb-.i' (UuUlrnctl Lnportt'd sliuoa i-fstlnn finm ftl.tm to rrfi.!'. Ludic-.' ifi.AU, totAHt mid Wl.Tii ou for ,Ii-jCJarothelji'stlnol)'WHjii1u. htvllshtuido r If ('niision.-S.'e that V. h. IJoukIo-' v nut, and ' nrltTO are suuutMid on tbe bottom of each Rboo. ! W. L, DOUGLAS, Brockton, MtUS. DR. THEELf 538 ri-rrac!v.SSa Uih tnlf enuiu Uiruin Mi frrccitUitt tn Iht L'ult4 Mf wi.0 U tbi M cait Blood HOltOil, Nervous Db..lty 8j)t oial DlBeaafttt PUu IHwmw B4Hti rJtil In tit bom,gorThroat tVouth, BloWhea, rUiiptw, ErupU. ii tofl ! hftM tterra, 8e1llns. ItrluMma, Inflsuuinattona aud Ru'-itfigi, btiie arm, VtiiotM v Ltily 4t hMmmwn.vtrt t-wfc, rotl intlelf "n"" B'all r DlN-MM ftnrl ill Mmmti reioltior fr 1 Ii, ii.rr. tiirn or OTrrwerk. Ricil cured in 4 t. n " I xl'.f kt otic. Pi oot lo hoj. no BltltT !' 7. " tutu Doctor. Qtitvek, FmhIIt nr TWp.tn. PbTrirli.0 " Dr. TWKKI. cum pohWn1y l W''1""1 ' 1 ' ,a buj.nM-J oiD.Tornti miiit.lb " ii-niunfi f 1 T Hanniia H'h or r-wr, od 2'' tI'l1 fr I "H "TRUTH" lln Otttvki t..l.r j.in f- rr RtJUtnow m Wdn. -4 Swnrdsy PbU. 'Jim- SHOW If you want to aeo a flue d'splay of B i 1- aud HlKHJ.-, gOtl) W, S, SNYDER'S Boot aud Shoe Store, (MuleUer'a old aUnd.) Usartassr Ctl anil Jatrajtn H ft Curitora Work Hittt Repalrliifc I) joe In tbe beat style. SUFUBlKGWOfefei " Viivmu tsryuttlvl h"M;. tr,u(,i'H frf,Mntly foilo'T'TK " r ' l FEMALE RF'WirJiM tiu '. !.rar Briiatb"'- '"'ii- ii ' in,vluoraiia ut. : t .1 i imiaS. Boat. -,., i "r. Hrtr t. -i" . BL R. B KICKER M. V ui 111 .v ruler lo eenu geucy, una gee mc UTTAKE MI 18 THE i 1 '.i.st ' h;i,ii, niinnoy i" y, fa I -utir i.nail iim. ii aiaeusasuspsaiaity.