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Both tlio method and results when
Syrup of Figa is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tlio taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowek, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
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many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it tho most
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Syrup of Figs is for ealo in 60c
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MADE BY THE
are "Treated with Carbonato of Soda, Magnesia,
Potash or Bicarbonate of Soda."
Tlio uso of chemicals can bo readily
detected by tho peculiar odor from newly
opened packages, and also from a glaia
of water in which a small quantity of
chemically treated cocoa has been placed
aud allowed to remain for several days!
for more than One Jfumlrerf l'eura
the home of Waller Jlaker C Co.
have tnatto their Cocoa I'reiaraHon
AIISOLVTJUY 1'VllJS, utUm XO
1'atent l'roctss, Alkalies, or J'-
V. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Will aurs wllhool nadlelaa all tTtslnial raiulllst from
fartsiailoa of bralo, Sana forass, sxa.aas or ludUoratiao,
a actual akliau.tloB. dralut, lu.aca, uanoui daUlltr, aUei
1...H-.1, I.Huor, rliaum.tl.n,. iUu.. Ill.t sad bl.ildar cola-
rlaluu, luua laak, luiabajo. .alalia.; curat lll-h.aJlo ala.
This tlaclrla Uu aooulua Hoadatful laiiraoiarala evar all
all, era aud (laa a aurreut that la liuuullj fall or lb waar.r
ora forfeit a.00.O0, sad olll tors Ul of tba abots dlaaa.
aaa or a pa.. Tbouaauda liavs bu eurad bj Ibla uarraluua
lavrulloa after all othar remadtsa failed, and tivs litta
dreda or ta.llDioulaU In thiaaadavsrr olbar aula
Our powarlul linnrorad tLLCTUIT KlKI'tSMIHT ll tts
(raatlit boos avar arlarad waak ina&i llll K ttlllULl. Ill LIS.
Il.allb sad llforoua Strroslh (, tlUMtt U Is Oil to fc
mil. Sasd for laris la-jlralad (ampblau, itslad, frta
1, mall, addrcaa '
No. OIO Broadway, NEW YORK.
I iver IIMI
a Ka ra iaaesau
C Tl 7 w . r
DEAD FROM POISON
Arsenic Given to Fivo
sons in Coffoo.
A 19-YEAK-OLD BOY SUSPECTED.
Iwo Girls Die and Throe Other Persona
No MntlYH Is Known fur the CrimeThe
Youth Mm llpen Willi anil Wayward
lie Also Drunk the ColTae, but It Is Not
Known How Much-One of lilt Sisters
Caught lllm Miliumlng the Top OCT Ills
Nashville, Term., March 10. Two
girls lie dead from arseulo taken in a
cup of colle, throe others of tho family
are sick with the poison, anil tho brother
of the girls, a lOyear-old youth, is
watched by the police as he lies un his
sick bed under suspicion of being answer
able for the crime.
At their home, No, 1,703 Broad street,
Mrs. I!. M. Melrose and her five children
Bat down to supper, the latter being
Itobcrt, David, Minnie, Mattle and Katie.
Katie, aged 14 years, died at 8 o'clock In
tho morning, and Mattie, aged 17, died
about nn hour and a half later.
While the Inquest has not been com
pleted such facts were brought out as
caused Chief Clack to leave an officer in
charge of Itobert Melrose, who lies sick
from the poison himself. All except
Kobcrt was taken very sick at tho table,
and despite medical attendance the two
girls died. Rober Melrose did not oppear
to be ill when he went for tho doctor,
and the attention of the doctor was not
called to him. In the doctor's opinion
had liohert taken tho coffee containing
the arsenic at night tho effect would not
have been delayed until morning.
Minnie Melroso stated that her mother
sat at the bead of the table, Katie on her
left, and David, Mattle, Minnie and
Itobert in tho order named. So far as
sho could recall the facts, her mother
drauk about two-thirds of her cup of
coffee, Katie half a cup, David a very
small quantity and witness very little.
In regard to liobert, witness did not
appear to be positive as to the quantity,
The singular feature in his case Is the
evidence tending to show that he drunk
some of the collee. Ills sister Mlunio
went into the kitchen and found him
skimming tho top of the coffee with
caso knife and placing in a plato the
deposit which was taken up on the knife
blade, bhe also noticed that there was
less coffee in that cup than when she last
saw It, ana she accused lilm of drinking
it. This he denied, but was very soon
afterward suffering as had tho other
members of tho family after they had
drank coffee in the evening. About a
month ago Robert Melrose returned from
Chicago. In regurd to what he had been
doing, witness replied:
"He never tells anything."
Robert is about 10 years old and has
been a wild, wayward boy. No motivo
for the crimo is known.
12x-Gov. Thayer Surprised.
Omaha, Neb., March 10. Ex-Coy.
Thayer, who has returned to Lincoln,
expressed surprise that his case against
Gov. Boyd had been dismissed. Thuyer
intimates that his attorney concealed
from him the fact that u mandate had
been received, which explains his ab
sence when the case was called up in tlio
State Supremo Court and dismissed.
Thayer also intimates that on next Tucs-
I day when the court re-assembles he will
i ask to have the case re-instutod on the
All Hut Twenty.llvH Accounted For.
Halifax, N. S., March 10. The Cap
tuin of the mail steamer Courcript,
which arrived from St. Johtis, N. F,,
states that out of the 200 unfortunuto
sealers who were carried to sea in small
boats by tho breaking up of the Ice, all
have been accounted for but S3. Of this
number, IS bodies were recovered by res
cuers und the remainder huve never been
Culls for an Investigation.
IlAiuusEuno, Pa,, March 10. The
charges against SuperiutendentSmlth of
tho Huntingdon Reformatory, alleging
cruelty to several Philadelphia inmates,
wero submitted to Gov. Paulson, uud Uj
promptly addressed a letter to tho presi
dent of the State Board of Charities call
ing for an investigation into their truth.
The Conference Failed.
Toronto, Out., Murch 10. Delegates
from the Grand ituuk Trainmen's Asso
ciation who huve been in Montreal hold
ing a conference with officials of the
Grand Truuk road have returned with
out reaching n solution of the points in
difference uud will lay tho mutter before
the strikers at once.
A Memorial to (!otigros.
Njsw York, March 10. District
leuibly -11, K. of L., has bent a memorial
, to CougraiM wiKiiig that the Isluud of
I Navaswi be placed under United Stales
j lawn, in order to prevent private specula
, tors from maltreating the laborora em
ployed in the puupbute mines of tbut
Well Known Detective Dead,
Buffalo, March 10. Detective Will
lam A. Phillips, ex-Superintendent of
I Police, died very suddenly heio of cero
! brul hemorihuKO. He hud beeu a mem
ber of tho foroe for over thirty years and
wus well known in other cities.
lipldemln or Diptherla.
Kinqston, N. Y March 10. Residents
of Ho bait, Delaware couuty, are alarmed
over uu epidemic of diptherla whloli has
broken out there. Looul pliyxiclaus pro
pounced tho disease "merely sore
Selltwmiud to Duath,
CmoAOO, March 10. Prank Poledna
was sentenced to ilouth by liHiiging for
l,ft niurlir of
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Dominick. Uibiiona lust
Polednu's lUfitiito wus
thut Uibhaus iusulttul nnd struck his
An ICplilema of Measles,
OxroitD, N. H., Maroh 10. Au epidemlo
of measles, the worst ever known hern,
prevails In this ami adjoining towns.
Uue local physician has over 100 cuses.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Head Itroken, Arrests Made, but Ifl
Berlin, March 10. Tho soclalista
gathered In thousands and went In pro.
cession to Friedrlchshain, to decorate
the burial places of the victims who
were killed by tho military on the mem
orable day in 18-18 when tho King and
Queen of Prussia stood with uncovered
heads before the dead. No disorder at
tended the procession and tho graves
were quietly decorated.
On the way back from Friedrlchshain
people In the crowd shouted: "Long live
Anurchyl Down with the governmentl"
The police, who were watching the
procession in considerable force, at onco
made a rush for the shouters, who wore
mostly young men.
Tho people then huBtled the polico,aud
tried to compel them to release tho cap
tives. The police made n call for aid,
and a large force, which had been in re
serve, hurried to their assistance.
Drawing their swords tho police made
a chnrge on the crowds, slashing right
and left, but not striking to kill.
The blows from the police soon scat
tered tho mob, u number of wtom wero
seuerely hurt. Tho police took twelve
prisoners, who were lodged In tho cells
for trial on tho charge of rioting and
Tobacco Factory llumeil.
Lynciiuuro, Va , March 10. The fac
tory occupied by Wlnfreo & Jackson,
leaf tobacco dealers, and Winfrp Ac
West Tobacco Company, tobacco jobbers, I
was destroyed by lire. Winfree & Jack
son lost about $18,000 worth of stock.
They had insurance of $10,000 on stock
and $500 on muchinery.
A Fastnr's Manager Disappear,
Trenton, N. J., March 10. Elmer E.
A. Collins, who fasted for thirty days in
Pittsburgh, began a forty days' fast In
this city last Saturday night. Tho Tast
ing has terminated, however, becauso
tho managers have disappeared without
paying their bills and leaving Collins
A Clergyman Drops Dead.
Hot Springs, Ark., March 10. The
Jlev. Dr. Robert McMurdy of Washing
ton, D. 0., dropped dead from apoplexy.
He was 70 yeais old.
A Wlilst Authority Dead.
Boston, March 10, George Pettis, a
recognized authority on American whist,
died suddenly of hoart disease at his resi
dence in Brookllno.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Is to have a bjlt
Friday was the ,'oth unnlversary of the
A flnanciul panic, duo to local cuuses,
prevails In Uuiculona.
Cincinnati hnb organized n Russian
Famine Relief Committee.
Two..victims of giip at Vicksburg,
Miss., have become blind.
Chicago police mid bucket-shops nnd
find them using dummy tickers
Payment of interest on tho national
debt of Portugal will be suspended.
Political disturbances in Persia have
ceased and foreigners are safe now.
At Rlu Saneiro775deaths havo occurred
, from yellow fever within a tortnlght.
The number of pruu soats at tho Min
neapolis Convention is limited to 324.
Boston's Chamber of Commerce op
poses the Wushliiirno Anti-Option bill.
English miners havo decided that they
win worK. ouiy uvo uays u week bero
ufter. Sidney S. Jackson, tho oldes horticul
turist In tho United States Is deud. Aged
, 00 years.
I President Androws of Brown Univer
sity, has had a call to the new Chicago
I Senator Hawley has introduced a bill
1 for a $50,000 statue to Gen. Sbermun in
I James Agnow nnd his wife, who wero
separated by the Johustowu Hood, have
I aooplnKOuh.llronohltiSftrM Asthma. Atarttlt
ur f,r 1'onsumptlon Is r '" ""'..f li."' '
s'vmetd itaces. uoo You will s tM r x.
l ll-nt tlfMt afur tsklnl ths first dw, W J
ieiltM.WwMH. LsritlBtllr- -- an flM.
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stam
17 SOUTH MAIN BTUKKT,
Wlme U will he pie ed to ni he want
of his trlends und 'he put, lie In
Everything in the Drinking Line
it will pay
towml So. to pay postage ou our bautirul llaool
over lu mu,t"liod samples at lowest prlre.
Address 1', 11. CADY, ao UliiU St., noTtdoooa, U. t
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
PUT TO THE TEST.
The Superstition That I.Ivh Flesh
Iltood Kxlst In Dead llodlos.
Providence, R. I., March 10. A hor
rible superstition has been put to the
test in Exeter. The wlfo of George
Brown of that town died of consumption
about eight years ago. six years ago
the oldest daughter succumbed to the
same disease, leaving the other members
of the family in apparently good health.
Shortly after a son was taken sick, and
went to Colorado about 18 months ago
with tho hope of recruiting his health.
During his absence the past winter an
other daughter, Mercy Lena, passed
away after a few months sickness.
A few weeks ago the son came back to
Rhodo Island, and Is now critically ill.
Since that time Mr. Brown has been be
sieged by a number of people who ex
pressed implicit faith In the old theory
that by some unexplained and unreason
able way in some part of tho deceased
relatives body live flesh aud blood
might bo found, which is supposed to
feed on tho living who arc ill feeble
Mr. Brown did not place much cred
ence In tho old-time theory, and resisted
their importunities until Wednesday,
when tho bodies of tho wife and two
daughters were exhumed and an exam
ination had under the direction of Harold
Metcnlf, M..D., of WIckford.
Nothing but skeletons were found of
the bodies of the wife and eldest daugh
ter and, after examination of the body
of Mercy Lena, which was buried nine
ago, Dr. Metcalf reported the
body in a state of natural decomposition
When tho heart aud liver were removed
a quantity of blood dripped from them,
but tho doctor said this was nothing
unusual. The heart aud liver were
cremated and the bodies reinterred.
ORDERED OUT OF PRISON.
A Convict Dlssatlslleil llecause the I'rus
dent Pardoned Htm.
Columbos, O., Marcli 10. D. R. Rader,
who is serving a sentence of two years
for a violation oftho Interstate Com
merce law, was informed that he had
been pardoned by President Harrison.
He received tho news with great dissatis
faction, requesting co bo allowed to
remain for at least two months longer,
as he wanted to help tho firm for which
he was working in filling backward
orders. His request finally became an
lmplorntlou, and ho had to bo peremp
torily ordered out by the warden.
l'lavlns Peel, who Is serving a ono
year sentence for embezzling a letter
from the United States mail, and whose
sentence expires August 213, was also
pardoned. Peel, who belongs to a good
family, is insane nnd will not be released
until his brother, who Is to take him
Lamp-chimneys cost so little
that we let them go on break
ing. AVe go on buying and
What should to do?
Get Macbeth's " Pearl-top "
and " Pearl-glass ;" they arc
made of tough glass, tough
against heat ; they do not break
in use ; they do from accident.
They are fine, well made,
exact; they fit the lamps they
are made for; stand upright;
the shade is right; they make
a right draught for light ; they
are uniform. Both bear a label
for your protection. Look for it.
lie willing to pay a nickel
more and stop tins constant
expense and annoyance.
nttsburKh. Pn. a to. A. Macuuth & Co,
You cannot iniiko foot stools of al I
your enemliB. If you cmilil, wlnit
would you want wlili bo many foot-
The American Denote are rapidly becomlne
a r io i of ..ervimi wreons, and the follow, in;
-ugSHits llielwure mly: Aipui so llernpn
liiC, 'if llu'ler. Ha., sw.urs tnut vneu his xnu
wit npe'iiies irom it. Vitus uineo ir
'lies' airet Itestoratlve N-rlne cured nlm
Mm J it Miller, or V iln-iral-io, u'U .1. D,
la 1 ir. or l.o; insnort, Ind., tuto trained 20
Li'Hiuit. from tjLKln ' It M s. II. A. Uir luur.
of VihiuU. I id , w.n ourod r 10 to OOoon-
vulHioima day, ant mil, in head ten , nizzi
ne , bwKaahe aud nervous oroMtrattoii ny
one ittle TrUl billies, uud tine books or
Marve ,im on ., r.ee at (J II liaaun"inih,
the driuglst, wlio rmio nmerila and ijuaruu-
tins uuequuien nsnmuy.
A new brown sweoin oleun, but an
old lirooui mill un angry wife is a com
bination not to lie despised.
H-uirt dlsis-i U by fir the most frequent
wa- or na Idsa ,le nil wlumi lu llir) mil ot
our eases It uasuip cted Tne y itpio'ns ho
lolxeixmlly iiniUrstnoa 'l'lie.B are: lying
a tiii right Nlde, short lr.tth painortlN
res In olde btoK or .h i ll Jor. lrrK'ihir
iule, asthma wear and hunt y spells, wind
n sio iiach, mvel bu o ituklm or druiwt,
16.8111) coa 'h and hiu ith-rin l)r
i lies' Illustrated on Ileirt l)iseu, lrr
tl 1 II Ibiu-nti tell, who s II and apiaruulre
Ur Mites' uanriutled New llairii'iiie.n d Ills
'esloratl' e Nervlu , which oures urvoiu.
iwtM, liead ti'li-, sleepless'ios , oitecUof drluK
UJ, oto Iluonialus uoopulet.
When a man is "bcsltle himself" 1ih
tcttiiHnilly (luniniutruttjH lliut lie doesn't
like tlio company.
MUa' Nerve 'uu Liver Pills
wit on a iib-v prliirdpla-ratruUsl'na: the
,vr, atomaotl and lwiweU Mwotsya "id nstiw
uaw discovery, Ur, Mllw' Pills srftadlly
ute iilllousos-oi, had ttn, t irpl 1 liver, pllwt.
Mittttnavtlnu l)niiiHled lor man, woman,
iiulren- HmlHt, mil ittKt.tmrnsi! S'dnaeg.
-Kits, rtamplos KrM, at U, II llaajaaliuch's
If roli BiiowH nro a fertilizer wo
ought to Ii uvo a productive year.
Mitchell ami Slavln Fcnr n
HAVE CANCELLED THEIR. DATES.
Jimmta Carroll Asksd to Put Sullivan in '
Jim Cortiett und Carroll Iilcet'C'nrroll
Coinptltitetils Corbett on Ills llecmitly
Ulailo itlatch Fltzslititltons Will 31ak0a
Dlatch With Jim Hall If Ila. Will I'litlit
for 110,000 a Side, Hie T.urc-st I'urao
OITrMl by tho 'llymplo Cliltt ami the
New YonK, March 10. Charles Mit
chell and Frank P. Slavln are afraid to
faco public opinion In New York and
have cancelled their engagement with
Harry Miner, at whoso thoatro they wero
billed to spar next week.
Mitchell Is the business man of the
pair. He says that ho fears that a warm
reception would bo accorded him in
America, simply because ho is not
matched to fight Sullivan.
Mitchell aud Slavln did not get a cor
dial reception when they first arrived In
this country, and went awny from this
city with anything but a good opinion of
those who guyed them when they boxed
in n Brooklyn theatre a few days after
their arrival from England. They failed
to cover tliB deposit made by Sullivan's
friends, and although they made nn ap
pointment to meet Johnson and Wnkely,
Sullivan's backers, they fulled to put in
Thoy wero to have met Sullivan's
backers on n Monday, but they left for
Chicago the day previous without u word
Mitchell has been challenging Sullivan
in his old familiar stylo ever since tho
Fltzsimmous-Maher light. Sullivan ac
cepted Mitchell's challenge, and tho
tricky little Englishman as usual made
excuses. He wanted to fight for u purse,
and Sullivan insisted upon a stake as,
well. This Mitchell flatly refused to
He has been boxing In Canada for the
past week and making speeches every
night in which he explained why Sulli
van was afraid of him. It tickled tho
Canadians who are not familiar with
Mitchell's methods. They believed im
plicit!. . '"'t ho had told them. They
did h ., Ti.it ho hud crawled out of
his niHie.i - i"i Corbett, after having
signed iii ti e of ugreemont.
He had oi.. .tracts in this city and Phil
adelphia, he has flatly refused to act
up to either of the contracts. Ho is very
firm in his determination not to come to
New York, but has not given his final
answer to the Quaker City sports. The
worthy pair Intend going from Montreal,
where they uro now filling an engage
ment, direct to England by way of Hali
fax. There will be weeping and wailing
among tho sporting men of this city.
Ttey will bo grieved to hear of the de
parture of tho men who came to this
country to force Sullivan to fight or re
linquish all claims to the title of cham
pion. It will look very much like cow
James J. Corbett nnd his sparring part
ner and trainer, Jim Daly, will fill the
engagement aud brave the criticisms of
the audience thut frightened Mitchell and
The Sullivan faction is on the lookout
for a trainer to put the ponderous heavy
weight into condition for his fight with
Corbett, Jlmmie Carroll has been asked
to undertake the task. A better trainer
or more skillful second could not be ob
tained. It Carroll trains Sullivan, and
Sullivan will do what Carroll tells him
to do, he will be in better shape than
his most sanguine friends can hope for.
William Muldoon says he is not en
gaged to train either Sullivan or Corbett.
Ho says that while he aud Sullivan are
not ou as friendly terms as formerly, he
bears no ill-will, and would not do any
thing injurious to Sullivan's success.
That Sullivan will havo to be in tho pink
of condition in order to succeed in his
light with Corbett, who is a harder mun
to handle than Kilraln wus at the time
of tho Mississippi fight.
"At that timo," Mr. Muldoon con
tinued, "bullivun was In better condition
than he ever wus beforo and, I fear, than
he ever will be again. I have no doubt
that the fight will como off, now that
tho money is up. 1 thought all ulong
that Corbett wus bluffing, but I um now
convinced that ho menus business. Ho
thoroughly understands the nature of
the tusk beforo lilm und will train for it
accordingly. I hopo Sullivan will do
likewise, but fear he will not get in
Jimmle Ciirroll nnd Jim Corbett met
In tho IIoiTman House. Carroll compli
mented Corbott upon his recently made
mutch. He said: "You wero not a mo
ment too soon. I should havo taken it
up for Kitzslmmons if you had not got in
ahead of up." In vpeuklng of Jim Hall's
shallenge Carroll saidi "It Jim Hull had
done something since he came to this
country I wouldn't hebitate u moment to
take it up. He has no reputation, al
though he says he is the middleweight
champion of Australia. If lie will light
for I10.UOO a side, the largest purse of
fered by the Olympic Club of New Or
leans and the middlewulifht champion
ship ut loS puumUa, he can makea matoh.
Hull has done nothing but liiuguud
bluster Kluee lie ha lieen In this country.
Ho wouldn't last fuur rounds with 1 i tst
slliimous, and he known that better thuu
any one ule.
'Iliu 111k Triilllnu-.Hilloli OCT.
Qhand IUi'liw, Mtoh., Unroll 11). Tho
k'reiit $UU,UUU btiilllon raoti hooketl for the
August uieetiiiK here Is dtclared oil",
U V. Williams, owner of Allerton hus
deollntHl to eutfl' tho 100J. lie ays that
he is afmid that should he bring Aller
ton here and enter him in the race with
Axtell that lUeotlier nurses would crowd
lilm In favor of Axtell. Hit will, there
fore, not. lake Allertou away from home
until he lias met Axtell aluiie.
Tito Ttirry AftnHftMluutlon.
ouc, la., March UK H 1b statixl
thtAx-auenlf Tom Uwuiouii liaa not
vitlod UW city nincti nnd that It Ih
Improhublo that he Is the uttu U) whom
wo uilcreii .000 1m kill Judge Tvrry.
Tlilrlun M'orkuiMi Killil. a
St, llmiHiaSUtto, Martih ID. A three
Hlory houo In tliu ouurnn of eri'ctloa
hi'iu oolliixl and tlilrtuuu workniou
erokllk'd by falling walls.
i Weuse Alcohol
puro alcohol to tnaku AVolki s Acmb
IIlackino. Alcohol is good for leather;
it is good fortlic tkin. AUoliol is the chief
ingredlontof Cologne, Florida Water, und
liay Hum tlio well known faro washes.
I Wo think there Is nothi.ig loo cosily to uso
In a good leather preservative,
Acme Blacking retails at 20c
and at that prieo sclln readily. Many
liooploaroRonocustonied to buying u dress
ing or Mucking at f. and 10:-. n bottle
that they cannot iimUr-int'd that a black
ing can bo cheap at 0c. We want to meet
them with cheapness if w " c.n, und to ac
complish this we oiler a icnu.t! of
for a rccipo which will enable us to make
WoLrp's Acmu IIlackino at such a jirice
that a retailer can profitably Kell it at 10c. a
bottle. We hold this oiler open until
Jan. 1st, 1893.
WOLFF & EANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE Kt THE WOULD FOR THE MONEY?
It Isapoamlessfihop, with no triolet or wax tbre4
to hurt tho feet! wart a of tho beat line calf, Btyllslt
and easy, and bemuse we make more shot of this
grade than any other manufacturer, it equals bond
eewed Fhoen costing from 5 UU) to t-VOO.
CSC UO CciiiiIiip llnnri-Ncwril, tho flnwt cult
Pj fiboo ever offered for $5.(W; equals Frenck
Imported shoes which cost from $aj to $12.00.
CtJt 00 llnnd-iTM-CMl Writ Mi on, lino calf,
stylish, comfortable and durable. The bene
Bhoe ever offered at this price j fame grade as cua-tom-marle
shoe costing from t(i.0u to $'.oi).
GO 30 1'ollrn Mioet runners, IUllrond Mem
PJm and .Letter Carriers all wear them; line calf,
HeainleM, smooth Inside, heavy threo soles, extea
elon edpe. Ono pair will wear ayear.
Cjrt 50 fliiocnli; no tietter shoo ever offered at
S9m this prlc i) one trial will convince thoao
who want a shoe for comfort and service.
CO -5 Si. 00 Worlclnmiirn'n sho
Pa aro ery strong nnd durable. Ihono wh
have given them atrial will wenr no other mate,
bAiC! J.n( nnd 81.7? Fchool shoes am
D Ujf O woru by tho Ikjj s everywhere; they cell
on their merits, m tho Increasing sales show.
D .if ac ISi.OO lluml-npwcil shoe, best
OUOvl lOO iont,'ola, vcrystllsh;equal3Frencla
Imported shoes costing from $4.U) to Jifum.
IjtidlPH '-1. 50. tyj.00 iuhI $1.7,3 sboo for
aUlsscsarothe best fine Dongola, htyllsh and Curable.
?ii ut Ifin- Kee that W. Ij. Douizla' iiima and
price aro stamped on tho bottom of each shoo.
rr-TAKr. no sukstituti:.!
Insist on local advertised dealers supplytng' yen,
V. J,. DOLCLAH, Uroclitou.iuBS. Kildby
IV or tli ninln St., SlicnniMlonU
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Hands, Wounds, Burns, Etc.
Bomovos and Prevents Dandruff.
WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP.
Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Water.
KSQ North Fourth St.,
th- only geoulue ti-.rDin Amerlta
rV-. ei.i in lli ( mu J Mftu who U
ttbiu t cure Blood Poison
Morvous Debility 4 8pt
bi-ab-n. iluiji ir iu ii tort m
hrd UliHTit, bwt-ltl ij. linintlonj
1 ntt kit) mat Ions m, aUuub.ngtf
Bttiuturua, We.km;t tit I Kktli
Cswt" lt n,fni..rr bswk mcnUl wnktv BUm'y M
Bit I t I iu'UM tuid an n.irm rciuitlnt: f r i
h Ii.m i or Ovrrwurk K.- m . - ui i u IP xl
ttlt.f ttutw. o mi Iom hope, n Biutui bt
Mat lliKinr Outwit, rmllT or HftiplUl Pti. inn h
Dr. THKH. ct r potlMvcty "", w.itoi d,tmilin trom
twalftMl. OIP, VOOM, MtDDLB tUV f HfWB foWttHrliTIBC
uiuit'ii rtok or poor, enrt to. atfttup ft book
'TWUTHM Plnf O"-'-. na.r iwi-m tMtlninaUla.
Hoitu. 4flr tnm 9 u - K ' to . m
Ur'n Ut 1. Buutlkt till I: rltr or emU mi1
TMT HvlMWUM i WU. oM Satufilft PUIt. &Llj TlASt
Green Truck Stand!
Cor Main Mi Oak Streets.
Fresh Oysters Received Daily.
A Una line ot Oliotcx nilOCiiltlEa
Poultry of all Kinds.
Mr. Omtlet rolves hln rco tmolt dally
lrom ill olt marketx, whloli Is a fiuranleo
to liu on4 omrt that they wlllreoulve IreaU
tjoodswli-ii Uuyl g from film,
CH Rid. B0SSLE1VS
SALOON ND RESTAURANT
01 N. Main St., Hheimudoiih.
The Finest Slock of Beers, Ales, Cigars, h
W. L, DOUGLAS