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THE LAXATIVE AND NUT RITIOUS JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
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KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
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When one is Bilious or Constipated
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MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
f. Baker & Co.'s
from which tbo excess of
oil has beou removed, Is
and it is Soluble,
aro used iu its nroparatlou. It has
more than three times the strength of
' Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is thcreforo far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
j a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
f strengthening, easily digested,
i and admirnbly adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Orocora ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
o ju n-eir-rii. ,
Ka.c n'ff ) ir. i
Wlien trjnWtxl : 'i .huani)n,iag Ineiiujarllij-ir
( innotlj folluu.iu ' cjI.1 r f ore, or fr..i.-IV,,
s'ltatiuual IN oaLiii r. tiocivt' .. tu their aaout
Use On. DuUHOINC'S C-lebrotea
fir ii Ml CD CHI II ATI MO P I ?
SHlt-t IILUUU1IIIIU I
m.1 nr Btreojih. uii. ! lnlha Mill" ," 'ff
Si. !rt Jo?n i,iiu:u.,i ! lon-i- tu all tonctionaot lm.ii
a. 1 nlnd. ijaut u limit u'd' "'Tf Viillio Mr?
qr. Hortir McidlolPoCo.,sr.lOUIS. M
THEY ARE FOR WAR
Russia's Wolcomo to Franco
Now Exiiln inert.
OPEN HOSTILITY TO GERMANY.
The Demonstrations at St, Petersburg of a
tlusatnn ORloftra Auxloun for n I'lelis-
Outapokou Uttoraucea Atr.llnst Unglnnd
Tlie Qnrim'a Stain Dinner to llic
Knlser Kxcelleil In bplundorby the Csur'i
llauqilet tu tlie Freuoh onlcora.
London, July 29To-dny's dispatches
from St. Petersburg say Mint tho en
thuslnsm of the French recoptlon cannot
bo exaggerated. A significant feature of
the day's festivities wni the effusive frit
tornlty of tho Russian nrmy ofllnors fot
tho officers of tho French fleet.
The opinion of tho nrmy Is practically
the only public opinion of nny Influence
in Russia, and when the officers o tha
army talk war and aro impatient of
peaco ovon tho Czar is obliged to listen,
If not to yield.
All tho correspondents agree that tho
demonstrations were of n warlike char
acter. No sentiment was bruathed that
did not signify an alliance, of Russia and
France for war, and whtlo no reflections
wore uttered on Germany In any of tho
formal speeches or addresses, tho utmost
hostility, mixed with contempt, was ex
pressed, more especially by tho Rus
sians, for Germany and tho Kaiser.
Tho Fi e noli officers and men had been
cautioned in advance not to uttor any
reflections upon England, owing to tho
relationship of tho Czarina and tha
Prince of Wales, and this command was
carefully obeyed. It is said, however,
that tho Russians themselves wore out-
spokon in utterances against tho Eng
Tho genoral impression glvon to tho
correspondents was of n brilliant assem
blage who looked upon each other, and
acted and talked ns allies in a grand
struggle soon to come.
Surpnaaed tho Quoen's Display,
Tho grandeur of tho dinner given by
tbo Czar to tho Freuoh officers may be
judged from the fact that 050 pieces of
gold plate figured on the imperial table.
Both Moscow and St. Petersburg wero
drawn on for tho means to mako a dis
play barburio In Its magnificence, and
Inr excelling In splendor the Ljueen's din
ner to tho German Kaiser.
Tho sceno was Oriontal rather than
European, and gavo significant proof of
the vast treasures accumulated by tho
Romnnolf family In tho course) of cen
turies of empire.
ELLIOTT FOUND GUILTY.
Tbo Jui-y lli-lug In a Vui-iUet uf Murder Iu
the Second Decree.
CoLimncs, 0., July 20. After being
out flvo days tho Jury in the Elliott mur
der trial rendorod a verdict that William
J. Elliott bad beon found guilty of mur
der In tho second degree for the killing
of Albert C. Osborn, on the 23d of Febru
Whon the verdlot was announced tho
prisoner pulled his Grand Army button
from the buttonhole In the lapel of his
coat, and threw it nt the Jury. Instead
of weakening, Elliott grow moro re
vengeful and his faoo took on a look of
Notice of motion for a new trial was
made, and so sentence was not passed.
The Court ilxod Saturday as tho time
for hearing arguments on tho motion for
n new trial.
By the laws of Ohio murder in tho
second degree is puntahublo by life im
prisonment, tho oourt having no alterna
tive In the matter.
Tho verdict is no surprise as tho long
wait of tho twelve men In their room had
given out the Impression that there was
some doubt as to tho grade of tho crime,
and if there was not some disagreement
the verdict would be as rendored.
ACtitltlfl Ftioo Gashodbru Dos.
Uatawax, N. J., July 20. While the
little, daughter of Mlko Gorman was
playing sho was attacked by a dog be
longing to John Malcolm. Tha brute
threw the child upon tho grouud and
bit her savagely. Again and again tho
dog sunk his fangs Into tho child's faca
and arm. There seems to be no doubt
that tho dog was mad. It was killed
soon afterward. The child's wounds
Secretary 1'rootor Kxpooted To-Nlght.
Washington, July 29. It Is oxpectod'
that Secretary Proctor will roturu to the
city for a few days to-night. There aro '
several Important matters awaiting his 1
action iu the War Department, including
tho appointment to second lieutenant
cles to the army of the civilians and non
commissioned army olllcers who may
have passed their examination.
Tho Ilrokawa Leave rine; llrnnoh
Long Branch, N. J., July 29. Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac V. Brokaw, parents of Freder
ick Brokaw, the Princeton College ath
lete, who was drowned hero about a
month ago whllo attempting to save the
Uvam nf rhrnn nnrvnnt Lirla. havo left for
rnQa1,u,l T.-ilfn Ta ivlth lliMi HHP. 1
Thomas LJainss fur Uovernnr.
Tiut.NTON, N. J., July 29, It is said that
the Republicans of New Jersey aro seri
ously considering the advisability of
nominating ex-Postmaster-Ueneral Thos.
L. James for Govetnor. Gen. James,
since his retirement from the Cabinet of
Gen. Garfield, has beon a resldeut of New
Dosed Illlu With lCuin.
PmsBUiio, July 29. Tommy Fay, aged
0 years, Is dying at the St. Francis Hos
pital from tho effects of Uijuor alleged
to have been poured down his throat by
his parents. Tho little fellow has been
unconscious since Sunday. His parent
were arrested and sent to the workhouse.
Tito Girl Drowurd.
St. Johns, N. B., July 20. Lizzla Allen,
aged 14, uml Mary Caples, ugtjd lit, wera
drowned whllo bathln near Marsh
Bridge last evening. Their bodies wera
Spurffflou Coutluueeto Improro.
London. July 20. The Bor, Mr Spur
f eon continues to Improve
flighest of all in Leavening Power.
l'hllndnlililn'a Rnclnl Circlet Acltateil
Over 11 Iteportecl tClupemrlit.
P11lL.ADra.PHtA, July SO. Society circles
In this city have been set iu a flutter by
the rumor that Mrs. John O. Dowmnn
has elopod with Dr. Ellsworth Hewitt.
Mrs. Down 11111 Is tlie wife of U int. How
nan, a prominent nurt wealthy lawyer.
Dr. Hewitt Is -aid to lie the nephew of
ox-Mayor Hewitt of New York. It In
Httld that they nave (W to Brazil.
llr. Bow man i very pretty and not.
over 28 ycam of agp. All oenunm lure
that Itr. Bowman "lite ally Idolized lilu
wife. She U a bin U of fascinating
charms and was in . ti led eight years ago,
at the aire of 17. Her husbanrl gave her
everything that it was lu Ills power to
alive. At their home iu tho city lie kopt
five servants and otherwise maintained a
Iu addition to this he had under con
tract a very attractive resilience at
Devon, which Is now b.illdlug. The
llowninns have three children, ono of
them a baby. TI10 children are ver- In
teresting. Altogether, there appeared to
bo notulng iu the wlJo world to disturb
tho serenity of tho Bowman household.
THEY MET IN WASHINGTON.
The Itcrtubllcnil .National Columltteo lu
Washington, July 20. The Ropubllcan
National Executive Committee is in ses
sion nt the Arlington Hotel lu this olty
to-day. The meeting was to havo been
In Philadelphia, but a change of plan was
decided on and several members of tho
commltteo did not know until last night
that they wore to meet here.
If Mr. Quay insists upou retiring it la
supposed thut Clarksou will bo choseu
charman, and that either Fessonden or
Mr. Payne will succeed Clarkson as
Omaha is early to tho front with a bid
for tho National convention. Col. 0. F.
Scott is on hand with authority to pro
sont the claims of that city. He says
that Omaha is going to do alt she can to
got tho convention.
BURYING THE VICTIMS.
Thousands Attend the Funerals nt St.
Paius, July 2lf, The victims of tho rail
way disaster will bo interred this after
noon In tho cemetery of St. JIando, tho
Commune meeting the burial expenses.
There Is no doubt thut the coromouies
will bo witnessed by ono of the largest
crowds ever gathorod In the neighbor
hood of this city,
Tho assistant station master at Vin
ceunes and the driver of the second en
gine havo been arrested on tho charge of
having contributed by carelessness to tho
KQT-HIf.6 LIKE !TI
Blood 1 thicker than vratcj,
lad mu3t ho kept pure to
Insure good lie.dth.
Bviii-r'ii SPKcvno it naturcj tau4?
for this purpose.
It neiYor to f:d! fllmnats tlie Imptw
ties and build up the gcncinl hca!tl.
Them la only 011c Swift's Spociflot
and there is nothing like It
lie sure and pel tho gcuulr.8.
Treatiso on Mood and Skin Dtsmfieo
Tho Swift Spexdflo Co., Atlanta, 6
YOUNG MAN, siFSSS
pay ynu to visit the 'ilOCIIthTKH HUM.
WKHH U.NJVKH81TY before d elding wheie,
though yiu may live a thousand ndles away.
It stands nt the head of the list of commer
cial schools In Us character as an educational
fim-e, as n medium lor supplying the business
men of the country with tralued and capable
assistants, ns a means ol placing ambitious
young men and women on the hlghrotdto
success, una in luu extent, eiesiuiire uu eusi
of Its tqulpment. TborousliCOMMUlU'IAIi,
COUtvBK. The Twenty-seventh Annual
Catalogue will be mailed to any address.
WILLIAMS & R0GERS,"iLv.,er
Or tbo Uiiitr Ilabll, Curcu
Iy uumiiiiMt'rliitr ir. liuiuc'
It la manufactured as a powder, whlah nan be given
tn a class of beer, a cup of coffee or tea, or In lood,
without the knowledge ot ihe patient. It is absolutely
harmless, and will effeot a permanent and speedy
cure, whether the patient la a moderato drinker or
an aloohoUonrok It has been given In thousands
of cases, and tn every tustanoo a perfect cure lias fol
lowed. It never Pall. The system onoe iinprent
ed with the Kpeeiao.it booomos an utter impossibility
(or the liquor appetite to eit.
C. H. HAGENBUCH, Druggist, Ehenar.doBh
WATER OF LIFE.
A newly discovered JtlNIillAL WATElt,
the use of width will supply Important ele
ments nfrtss.ry lo health. It will cute the
Kidneys, Liver, Htomaeh, and all Bowel and
UUdder diseases. It will dissolve calculi and
remove lliein. It removes thourio aoid from
tim hiiwi and thus destroys Malaria and
Chills. It cures Brleht's disease, and Is ts.
rieciauy recuiiiwcimcu iu, ,cujo m
im nnii for ireneml debllllv. For undoubted
proofs 01 this send lor pamphlet giving full
partlculats.toJ.lt. rKUIlV. WuUer ot Ule
Co., 34 Houth Main Ht., witnes-iiarre, ra.
FIRE INSURANCE I
.ii.hI ii. Mtil Reliable Pirtlj lu Ciofiilt.
ISO B, Jardln Street,
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
X-netnry Clnard by a Strike
QoinCY, Mass., July 29. The treers In
John F. Drake's boot and shoo factory
went out ou strike and the factory was
shut down, throwing 200 hands out
of work. One of the treers was re
quested to Instruct n boy In the creasing
of vamps. This ho refused to do and
loft the shop, the other treers following
him out. Mr. Drake says lie will uot
employ union men hereafter.
Kttoeeas With u stand Sloulil.
PmsBURO, July 20. There has JuBt
been oast at the armor plate mill ot Cnr
nogle, Phlpps& Co., at Homestead, an
armor ingot SO inches wldo and 23 inches
thick, weighing 32,000 pounds tho
largest armor plate ingot rolled in this
country. Tho ingot was oast in a sand
mould for a test, aud tho material
provod much superior to that test lu a
Arrested for nil Atf-iault.
Newark, N. J., July 20. Sophia Fred
ericks, aged 10, of Lyons Farms, was
assaulted on B.tdgor avenue Inst night,
by Henry Warner, who struck her on
the head with n monkey wrench aud at
tempted to outrago her. Four men at
tracted by her screams rescued tho girl
and overpowered Warner and took him
to tho lockup. Tho girl's hoad Is badly
Tried Suleldo by Ilnrl-Knrl.
RoMK, July 20. Col. Loybourno, well-
known in New York in connection with
the Catholic banking scheme, attempted
suicide hero yesterday In tho Japanese
style of harl-kni l by disemboweling him
self with it razor. He now lion In n very
precarious state, with little hopos of re
covery. Monetary losses are said to bo
the cause of the net.
The Suirur KIni; la Dend.
New Yokk, July 20. Frederick 0.
Ilavemoyer, the last of the older genera
tion of tho celebrated Bugnr rellntng
family of tho ilaveuieyers, died last
evening at his homo at Throgg's Neck,
Westchester County, where he had lived
for years In campa.ativo seclusion and
In ducal style.
Um Vliliitr's Jaliind Ilrllla
Nkw Lo.snoN, Conn., July 20. The
naval drill-, olf Fisher's Island are at
tracting a good deal of otteutlon in that
locality, and largo numoers of people
frequent the vlcbilty daily. Ever) thing
lu the shnpo o water cu.tvojituco is
I Im Davit Will Case.
Butte, Mont., July 29 The Davis will
case was up again to-day, and most of
tho time wi.s talceu up with arguing on
procodtire. Tho court decld.'d to give
the openint; nun cioing to tha propo
nents, giving tho contestants the burden
The eecret of toy happlnera is. I am O-fag
Wolffs AC! Blacking
And birr WATKKPKOOF HOOTS Ileau
U fully PollHhed without .Labor.
ASK IK ALL STORES FOR PIK-R0N
Witt. Stain Old a New Fornituhc
Wui-Stain Glas and Chinawarc
Will Stain Tinware
Will Stain your old Basket
Will Stain Bast's Coach
WOLF r & RANDOLPH, Paia4elpia.
A. W. Leisennng, Pros.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrmq, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Dully From 9 to 3.
3 PER OENT. INTEREST !
1'nltloit BnvliiKM DriioHltH.
IN WESTERN STYLE
Bold Attempt to Hob a Uusi
ncss Office in Newark.
THE DESPERADO WELL, ARMED.
He Ordered the Ooshierto Give Him All
the Money in the Place.
It Waa Shortly After Noon and tbo Safe
Was LoeUad I'lilllnss to Secure Any
Ilonty the lllehnnynian Slado n Dr..
pernto llrenk for Liberty Ctinapd by a
(Irowd but llo Mntineea to llaoupo.
Nkwahk, N. J., July 20. Ono of tha
most daring roblierlea ovor attempted In
Nowark in broad daylight was frustrated
by the coolness of two employes ot tho
New Jersey Oil Company nt its ofllce, 70
While Bookkeepers Charles Chiohos
ter, of Brooklyn, and William Parsons
wero in tho office at 1:30 o'clock n young
man wearing a oheok suit, tall, well
built, and with a bro.id-brltnmed som
brero on tho back of his head, wnlkod up
to the desk. Parsons arose from a low
chair in which ho was sitting and walk
ed to where tho stranger stood. Sudden
ly the latter whipped out a pair of re
volvers and levelled one nt Chichester
nnd the other nt Parsons. At tho same
time he made known his mis j ion by say
ing in a commanding toue:
OIt Mo All Your Monoy."
Neither Chlchostov nor Parsons was
badly frightened by this unlooked for
domnud of tho bold highwayman In
fact they wero uncommonly cool, but
after It was ovor they could uot tell just
how they kept so. The fellow moved
cautiously along the desk until ho
reached a wiro door loading into tho prl
vate olUce. The door closed bohind him
with a spring latch, but ho seemod not
to notice this. Walking up to Chichester,
with the revolvers still olovatod, ho de
manded In gruff tones:
"Where's the money""
Thoro was, fortunately, but little in
tho ofUco, nnd Chlohestcr replied, "Help
yourself," as ho moved away from tho
desk. Tho man oponod several drawers,
and, finding nothing, turned again to
Chichester and askedt
"How much havo you In your pook
etsf" Chlohestcr drow some Bmnll change
from his pockets, but tho robber was not
satisfied and searched Chichester's pock
ets himself, but took nothing.
The llobber Kacnpefl.
Whllo this was going on tho book
keepers tnlkcd as loud as possible, in or
der to attract tho attention of President
0. W. Young, who was in a private apart
ment on the lloor above. Ho heard tho
unusual nolso nnd conversation and
Etnrted down stairs. Tho robber heard
him nnd in ado a break for the door. Tho
spring latch inado him a prisoner. Sud
denly turning backward ho cleared tha
desk counter and sprang through an
opon window into tho streot just ns Mr.
Youug got down stairs. Mr. Young,
Parsons aud several passers-by startod in
Eursult of tho fleeing highwayman, bnt
Meanwhile the Third Precinct police
hud beeu notified, nnd six men went out
with Capt. Daly. They found tho place
whero tho robber had taken to tho
swamps, nnd sovernl times thought they
had him surrounded, but each tlmo wero
mistaken. Superintendent of Police
Brown nt once telephoned a description
of the fugllivo to Ellzuboth, Now Bruns
wick, Now York nnd other places, calling
for his arrot In enso ho escapes across
tho Nowark meadows.
PROBABLY THIS IS ALMY.
A Slau Arreatml nt Montpellor Suppoaed
to be tho Mui'dorer.
Montpelieh, Vt., July 29. County
SherifTE. W. Howe last night arrested n
man fully answering tho description of
Frank 0. Almy, tho Hnuovor murderer,
at a secluded farm house at tho head of
Mirror Lake, Berlin. Ho was placed In
jail at this place.
Tho Ilauover authorities havo beon
tolegrnphod to como and identify htm.
Tho ClliiliU Still 111 I!xll.
Lokdon, July 29. Tha Qronadier
Guards complain bitterly about being
quartered at Duver, which thov rognrd
as a continuation of their exile. Tho
leave of absenco of olllcers is to bu great
ly curtailed, compared with what is
usually granted to thoso returning from
u foreign station.
Wlvos for Wealthy Turk..
Constantinople, July 29. Tho start
ling allegation Is made that girls, often
of good character, are induced to leave
their homes lu London nnd Paris, and
brought to tho East, to Uvo as tho wives
ot wealthy Turks, immured in harems
for a lifetime As long as no complaint
reaches, tho outer world, tha authorities
aro powerless to Interfere.
I'arnell mid tho Divorce Case.
Lospos, July 1!9. Mr. Parnoll's ob
jection to Captain O'Shea serving the
order of bankruptcy on him upon the
ground ot his (I'arnell's) non-dotnlcllo In
J2u glaud is held as uutouable by tho Keg
Istrurjlu Bankruptcy. It is still open to
Purnell to appeal the case. Otherwise bo
must pay the costs of tho dlvorco proceed
ings or bo declared bankrupt.
Arrt-ated al Foreliru Spies.
Rome, July 80. Two Italians and ono
German wero arrested at Como, Lorn
hardy, for sketching nnd ssouriug plans
ot the forts ot that olty. It is supposed
that the men arrested were employed by
foreign governments to obtain the plans
ot a number ot important Italian fortifi
cations. Want Their Mi urn of ths Instate,
RocuasTEn, N, Y., July 29. Andrew
Miller died X6 years ago nnd left $1D0,00U
to he divided among his two sons' chil
dren at the r majority, Jamos Miller's
children, whom the defendants claim are
Illegitimate, havo brought suit torecorer
their shure of the property.
W. K, Vundmbllt Balsod With Vartleo.
Nkwpout, July 2jJ. Mr. W. K. Vander-
bllt was seized with something like vertl
co while bathing at Bailey's Beaoh, nnd
fisd tob assistod horns in the carriage of
lady passing by.
Have you a Pittsburgh,
Rochester, Duplex, or a Stu
Do they work satisfactorily?
Do your Lamp Chimneys
break? You get the wrong sort!
The right ones are the
"Pearl Glass," made by
Geo. A. Macbeth & Co., Pitts
burgh, makers of the cele
brated " Pearl-top " lamp chim
ney, which have given univer
SO other st ,es o- We, ,, -ir,. l,i snlf all
Wit. A UhSiNi'N , l'mi. mxi'll t A.
fc-i!u i y ull uVui.tr.
Ottrhtrttr's Knarllxlt lllatnon.l Rrani'.
iriirinfll nnn UtHy uer. trine.
. ( H, - ( m Id . - (j ,
uo other. A'
T 1 'I " lid ItllllflfU.
' oi'i ciriii ,t s'(uil
l'l tmil'ip f r 11
Ucli,T r I,
.n. n-.iKi. .r.i:. ;.,,",r
" in trit r
Aalf niy nirriits fur V. I,. llnucInN Shoes.
If not lur snlo In jour plnce ual jour
ilealer tn ho'hI for entaloittie, necitre tlio
nuencv, ami net diem Itir you.
a TTAKU XO L'HTIT'UTE.IJ
WHY IS THE
Wn La DOUCLAS
$3 SHO!H GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN TH EWORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It 1 a si'ainU'sM bI,(h, with nutiu'ktor wax thrnul
to hurt tlu-fiM't; iiuuiu nf tho l,iht tln rIf, Btvll&li
fliul cas, nnd bctniw irv mnK Hmrr lnu of thin
gratte than any other mnnuat-turer, It counts band
.tnvi'il HlU'enosttriK frum pi.i 0 tn g.1 tnj.
CSC (H) (.Villi. no Maiitl-.cu r.l, the iln-t cnlf
lm iio vs. r olTiri'tl fur (IMM; riiuats 1-rcucti
tmporttnl shofi w hlfh com from fts.ivito8r ik).
$A. 0,1 HHiiiI-M-uril WvU Mini-, flno calf,
J"s Btyilsh, coinfortaljlonud tlurtiiile. 'I ho bo.t
shoo ever ouin.'d nt thU pi lct j wiine Krado as cus
tom lllD'tO Rt04'H COrttlltif fl'OIll fV Ull III A'MiL
, fRO 3D INilicc Slioi'i Former a. Railroad Men
4J nnd JaOttorCnirlernnll wpurthem; tt no calf,
I EeamltMS binooth Insldt', Iiuuvy thrt-u soles, exten-
Blon cilu;. ono pair will car n jear.
t 'li't Pit IT no bi'tter shoe over ofTfTPd at
I J3-fc this prlco; one trial will oouvlueo thOBQ
! who want anhue for comfort and srrWcu.
$ff 'J3 nnd 8'J.(ID Woi Uliiuinnu'H ahooa
mm aro wry BtroiiK and durublo. 1 bono who
ii. Hutu uhmh ii i nut win wear no oincr muKU.
E&ric' DD nnd 81.73 nchool shoes am
CiyitJ worn hvthn lirivs.i'frvwlifri- thf.vn.ll
on their merits, nn tho Inrreusliig sales nhow.
E SfTl ifSC !?si.tMi iiiiiiu-Nrueii siioo, nest
ttaUvJ IvO Uomiola. orvAfvllnh;(fiiiiil!Fr(iiiph
Imtorted hoes coritlnfrom 04.U1 to iw.t.t.
l.iimi'N- v:..'ii. -j.imi nun p 1,7.1 snoo ror
Mlsst't. nro the best fltio Uougola. htj llsh uud durablo.
f'aiiiliin. 8ct that W. 1.. lJottulioi' unnio find
prlco arostamped on the bottom of ruch shoo.
Josopla 23 11,
&1x oiaixia la. 3Pv
TIIK SEASON FOR
JIVlXa AT H.iXI),
Committeemen fdiould benr In
iiilml that tho IlnitALT) olllco
is prepared to do nil liluds of
at the most reasonable rates.
Give us ii call and obtnlu our
prices. All work dene when
promised aud lu a .satisfactory
Tit- m et rt lUMa sol uoceifu(
H.-lsllat for KlldsaCUCS tt bctli
Special Diseass,l!Iood Poison
r'crna tt'otehet, I'lmplei. 8er
Mou'li, hioat. lrriutlso. Sel
tn , luntmimattmi. Kidneys
HUiiiIr,Lrtli iiAlhj, Wji tek
Dm- LMli. PtIM. Uelsnobolr
WstkoeM Dcb.llt, Imr-In i Urfu irTn4Dy,&trl5tonv,
UldliesieaKi-HlDf f)u im. '.tt u , rrmi or ffom orer works
0ld,Young..clrt!9god'i''-,t'f "J gt;
arsw crtlu, j i m m ! Terjlhlnf snows tt
ma lie -1 ind auric cai -id i.-" uu jndol4eHUtxJ,
do mHUr who (iu -i r- fit Vtoh oum urd In
lolOdaya, Europcmr n t it i ep rleneo lo Oermanr, Eot
Unl, Vranoe and A i lilt mi- aivl diplowaa profe.
and SB Tt-ar' iraM( ai ii n t in von hum ruraa jcariy,
S f tftf ' h It ' "' -rtlfclof dootor, wb
X X Of VFiyVa .-riu j t H it RtakiH, knowtodi Sbd
i perl cue and hn - ti r
eord aa I oau afier ui .
rnlnod tkvu. flt-ud & '
an I si' crtlaloi
nmifiK utc km uat
ipsrUnaf , Hit f do iu t ,
Burner or irfct-ily t - ik
bllhr rf whicli .
lo ruin of IhouiaudN of
Bverr dijr frum 1 V 1 i
u4 turdy V cotuK"
di ' t . r m lieme ot refunds-g
i tr .'h n. and worlbltM druts
r. ut. d a. dcaja and rssult
ii tloiliDK Opvwi llouia-a
i f L-'iini:MH Wsdnsaday
10 Sut, Ufa rrom toll, fol
'ts,r u laj Tails. Tlucs.
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
All persons are hereby warned
NOT TO FISH IS THE DAMS !
Belonging to tho
Shonandoali Water Company,
and all parties caught violating this notice
Proscculctl ns Trespassers.
By order of