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Pretests in the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFOKNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and tlie many His cic-
. pending on a weak or inactive
condition ot tne
KIDNEYS, LIVER ARD BOWELS.
It Is the most cxi-elltnt remedy known to
CLEWSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bihoin or Constipated
PURL BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH anil STRENGTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
STrSlTTE3' OP 3TIO-S3
MANUFAOTURCO ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN rHANOISCO, OAL.
WUISVtilE. AT NEW YORK. ft. t.
John R. Coye,
Real Estate Agent
OKKICE llKDDALIi'a BUILDING),
Cor, Main and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA,
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
1 A two nnd ono-half story double fmme
dwelling house, with More-room and res
taurant, socmen on x asi i;enu e street,
a A valuable property located on South Jnr-
3- foven dwe'llne; bouses at tlio comer of Gil
liert and Liloj tl streets. Good Investment,
sev ur. Lrasvenors
Givtt quick rtUeJ
J rota vain.
Tlhnmn.t iMtn t-inrrrnli7-i nlfanrtsrv tintl lnmhiu-n
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Toxiia, Xehranltii, I.auiNlaiui
Colorado, Vlnli, C"llloriiln
Oregon, WilhlliiiKtoil, SI itxico.
New Mexico or Ailzoim,
and will Bend nie a postal cord
or letter stating
Where you are going,
When you are going,
"-JVVliere you will start from,
iljjPow many there areinyour party,
What freight ami baggage oil have,
I will write you or call at your house and
furnish ycu with Ibe fullest Information
regarding rontee, lowest rates of all
classes, besides maps, detcrl)tle and Il
lustrated land pamphlets, resort boobs,
Hot Springs guides, cto.
Cheap Farming Lauds In Mlsfourl, ArSan-
pa, iiausus una Mexas.
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W. E. HOYT,
G. E. P. Agt., 301 Broad way .Now York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1370.
1. Baker &Co.'s
from which tho excess of
oil has bcon removed, is
and It is Soluble.
aro used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is Ihcrcforo far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a dtp. It Is delicious, nourishing,
Btrcngthoniug, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as welLas for persons in health.
d by Orooora ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
"it taHlh fttm,-.l,
Have cure! many :n..uii
tti , lIc- m t i- r " .
f!rt dotfl syin Maori
" 1 ill u
I ithtu iure I Jw. . i'ir " it'"
tr , srnl t'n rci
DIC I. II
Vbn truble-l vUh tboMnnortna IrinJHtte-no
' Litational V valuioet-cs ta pacn' lut to their hi, tUcald
Uo DR. DuCHOiUE'3 Calebroted
?MALE REGULATING PILLS.
itfj I ffl
DUEL WITH RAZORS
Colored Farm Hands Curve
Hach Ollior like Demons.
ONE OP TEE MEN WAS KILLED.
Survivor Tells Eia Story
They l'oiiaht In n Itoum lllclit loot
Square Tlio Ilend Slim Mangled Almost
lleyond lteKienltluli Thirty Wounils
On ills Slayer's lloilr An Inquest Hold
by the Coroner nnd u Verdict Itonderod.
Nmv Yomc July UO.-Doud Boucon
nnd Thomas Channel, negro farm hands
nnt Glen Ileiul, L. I., fought a duel
with razors In their sleeping room In tin
old farm liouso about midnight.
Channel was killed and Bouoon wits
dosperately wounded nnd just nllvo
when found lu tho morning.
The two men occupied a room nbout
eight feet square Tliey went to beil nt
tho usual tliuo. Just oxnctly what hap
ponod nobody knows.
Boucon's version of tho nunlr Is tunc
thoy quarreled boforo going to bed. Sub
sequently ho was nwakanod to Unci
Channel sitting on him, nnd, though it
was dnrk in tho room, he could too Hint
Channol wns brandishing n razor. Ho
grappled with Cbuuuol and the two fell
on tho floor,. Boucon on top.
roucht t.lko Demons.
Both men fought like demons, eaoh re
ceiving torriblo wouuds. Boucon re
members nothing after tliut except that
ho regained his souses sufficiently to
crawl back into bed, where ho was found.
Boucon has over 80 gashes on his head
and neck, one within an eighth of nn
inch of the jugular voln. IIo also ro
celvedii gash a foot long across tho ab
domen, nearly dlsomboweling him.
But Boucon's lujurlesnro nothing com,
pared to Channel's. Tho dead man is
tunneled almost boyoud recognition from
his head to his waist. Everything in tho
room wus aovorod with blood, streams of
which ran through tho floor to the room
Boucon's wounds were dressed, nnd It
Is thought that thore la a chanoo ot his
.A coroner's jury returned n, verdict
that Channol was killed in Belt defense.
Two razors, a big knife nnd n olub wore
found lu tho room whore the fight took
WORKMEN IN AN ACCIDENT.
A nitr Mill lu Cunrioof Kreatlnn Collapses
PrrTSBUtto, July 80. Tlio now puddling
mill of tho Pittsburg Oil Well Supply
Company, on Socond avanue, collapsed
.during the morning, killing B. Corkln
nnd nn unknown Hungarian laborer and
seriously injuring J. Parker, Goo. Baker,
George Leiuou, F. Schmidt and J. Cour.i.
Several other workmen wero painfully
Forty-two mon wero working nt tho
tlmo of the accident. About thirty em
ployes ot tho Klba Iron Mills wero stand
ing below watching tho progress ot tho
Without any warning tho massive
structuro came down with a frightful
crash, carrying with It soreral furnnce
stacks, heavy Iron Btringars and braces.
A falling beam snapped a largo steam
pipe, and In less than a second a tremen
dous volume ot steam was pouring out
upon the men Imprisoned in tho wreck.
The workman in tho mills rushed to
tho rescue of their ' companions. When
tho eto.iui wns shut oil tho deed nnd in
jured wore .quickly recovered.
The building was 103 feet long nnd 100
wldo. The upright frnmo was just fin
ished and the workmen wore placing tho
roof otrlngers in position.
The plant was formerly ownod by tho
Elba Iron" nnd Bolt Company. The losi
will be hoavy.
Trying to Smuggle n Crow.
Lisbon, July 80. The Spanish Consul
hero has boon informed that there aro
Spaniards imprlsonod on bonrd tho
Chilian cruiser Errazuriz. It is also
known that severnl Portuguese were
smuggled abroad the cruiser during the
night. It is believed tho Government
will order that the cruiser be searched
before she departs.
Two Thrown from n Uliffiry.
Kingston, N. Y., July 80. Whllo Vm.
Nesbltt nnd wife wero driving on tho
road near South Kortright, Delawaro
County, during tho morning, tha horse
took fright and ran nway, ovorturulug
tho buggy nud throwing tho occupants
on the hard road. Both nro Internally
injured, and little hopo is entertained ot
Itownll Accepts Iluelies' Cliallenire.
TjOnpos, July 80. Charley Rowell
called nt tho Sporting Life during tho
day, posted $250, nnd nccepted the ohnl
lengo of John Hughes to run nny dls
tancs from 24 hours to six days for $1,000
and the championship ot tho world.
Should Hughes fail to back up his chal
lenge Rowell will run nny man in the
world upon the same conditions.
A Cnptulll Arrested far Cruel Treatment.
New Yoiuc, July 80. Capt. J. A.
Thompson, of the clipper ship J. F.
Chnpmnn, jut roturned from a voyngo
around tho world, was arrested charged
wlthcruel treatment by Erlo Axel, ouo
of his crow. Commissioner Shields held
Capt. Thompson In $J,500 for examina
tion. I1.I1I for Abduotlon.
PououKEicrsiE, N. Y., July 80. August
Imbert nnd Grace Ruger appeared before
Rcoorder Morschauser during the morning
to explain why they ran oway to
gether. Imhert was held on tho charge
ot abduction nnd the girl detained as a
Triton Keepers Removed.
Sinq Swo, N. Y. July 80. Warden
Brown yes;erday removed from the State
prlsen Hall Keeper Jesse Dixon, who has
been employed in the prison 83 years,
and Keepers Latham, Wlnnns and Feltch.
Carnegie Will Lay the Corner Stoue.
London, July 1)0. On Aug. 8 Andrew
Carnegie, the Saotch-Amerlcan million,
aire, will lay, at Peterhead, Scotlund, the
foundation stone of a publlo library, to
whicn he has donated $5,000, JS
highest of all in Leavening Power.
THE CZAR'S MESSA3E.
Ho Tells ITosldi-Ht Citriiiit Unit lie Is lle-
llulit.il With tlio rroimh l'lrol. .
Vabis, July 30. The newspapers nro
kerning with pr.iise o( the Cr,r nnd hii
generous hospitality to the French of
ficers now visiting St. Petersburg. Tha
following is the text of the tleg'm
whloli was sent from the banquet held
at the Peterhof Palace by the Caur to
l'restdeut Cnrnol : "Tlie pi-esence in
my luirbor of Crnnmadt of n Froncn U.-eK
is fresh testimony 'o the profound sym
pathy uniting Frnuce ami U:t3la. I
hnvo nt heart, and expreis to you, my
warm satisfaction on this account."
A Berlin dispatch to Le Petit Journal
says that the enthusiastic reoepttou ot
the French fleet at Uronstndt is almost
tho sole topic of discussion iu that olty,
nnd tho occasion is viewed with serious
ness very dllferent from the rldloulo
Which used to be heaped on tlio elf orts ot
Frnnco to win tho goodwill of Russia.
Tho decidedly warlike aspect of ovory
thing conuectcd with tho affair has
aroused no little nuxioty, It Is stated, lu
the highest quarters.
EXCITING RACE ISSUE.
Colored Children Will ho bent to tha
TJioNTOv?f, Pn., July CO. For the past
S1 years this borough has supported
sopnrnte colored schools, nud for tho last
16 years only n hard light from tima to
tlmo hns prevented the blacks from at
tending tho white public schools. '
Tho action of tho borough sohool
board last night in refusing to elect n
teacher favored by tlio colored people has
led them to decide on entering tho white
schools when thoy open on Oct. 1. They
now doclnro Unit nothing will stop them,
as tho law permits them to go.
A largo portion ot the white popula
tion of tho town Is much exoited over
tho matter, and declare that If tho blaoks
are to go to tho white schools they will
not send their children. Tho colored
population ot this plucu is fully 1,500.
DRAMATIC SCENE IN COURT.
ol. Xiigerenll Muhes Clisrires of Forgery
111 tho Dnrll Will CiMltcat.
Helena, Mont., July 30. CoL Robert
G. Iugemoll concluded his great opening
speech in behnlt ot tho New York heirs
lu the Duvia will contest. Ho tliode out
a great case, and boldly charges tho for
gery on James R. Eidy, of Iown.
IIo pointed out whero scores of words
wero misspelt In tho alleged spurious
will, while Davis hlnnelf always wroto
tho same words correctly. He will
provo thnt the phrnseolojy of tho con
tested will camo from a loal book, is
sued since tho unto of the will, and
which contain r.n errot copied luto the
The Fpcch nud chaises wero oxtromo
ly dram.u'c, and produced a great sen
it la s;il J wid sell anything, this is
true lu 11 mnuHuro; but for staying
qu.tlttle.v merit is the test. EztentJw
fcdvcjtisiiitf may tall anything whore
it Is now or unknown, but after it
tonics Into general use, It Ls judged
KHfrcHnt,' to its vrortlu The continued
uxd sturdy growth of Swift's Speolil
is tho best uviiieiHH) of its oxroUrrtoa.
It ls most popular whoro it U bei
known. Every bottlo sold, sells tea
others. Kvery one that t-tVea it be
comes its friunJ, and rccommoutU it
to their auquatntanceji.
Treatise on Wood and Skin Diocese
SvttTT Spbciitso Co., Atlanta, Ou
Ekkneadachoand relieve ell too troubles Incf
rlont to a bilious state of tho system, such on
Dlzzlnees, N&usea, Drowsiness, Distress aftor
cstlng. l'nln In the Sldo, &o. While their most
rcjaartabla euccoes has boon shown la curing ,
iloaaselio, yot Carter's LItllo Liver Pilla aiO
equally valuable In Constlratlon. curing and pro
venting thisannoylng complaint, while tfaeyaleoj
correct all diBordoraorluostomach.atlmulato tho
; Ivor ana legulate tho bowels. Even u toey oaig
Buffer from this dlatrceslnRcomrlaintt but fortu
nately their gooduueH dims noteud hore.and those
ttho once t.y them w 111 Qnd these little pills valu
able la no many wsys that thoy will not bo wit
.Una to do without thom. But aftor ollelck heul
(Is the base of so many Uvea that here la whorn
(wo malie our great bout. Our pilla euro It whllo)
.Others do not. . .
' Carter's Little Liver Pills aro very small and
very easy to take. Ouo or two Pills mako a doao.
They aro strlotly vegetable ana do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentle action pleasoall who
uaethem. Invllsat23centai five for $1. noli)
by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER WlEDICIOC CO., New York!
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE
Happy and content is a home with "The Ro
chester;" a lamp with the light of the morning.
U. S Gov't Repoit, Aug. 17, 1889.
HUM' H'..'t MAlttCIU'.
Niv Vohk. July !-Mony onoall loitnel
vaey at IK and '1 per cunt.
1 eswrdiiy, iiiHiny.
4fa M IS--
4 s i B07 lten iook iooi
4 s, 1BW Coup 117H
CanodlAn raolflo 80 noli
Central l'aolflc 30 30
Chloairo, Uur. .V Qulney ftt) sou
Delaware A lliiilson 1K6 ltuPg
Dal. , lok, & Wuetern 1311 131
Brie . W 1H
Eriepref 4 4&
UVobhore 10S 10TW
Louis. & Nash 70 68fe
Mlolilgan Central 88 b?
Missouri PHUttic on ni
New Jersey teutrnl 108 108
Kot-thwestern lol lua(.j
Oregon Navigation 6t ou
Paofflo Mall 'Mi sal
Heading 7M 2Tj
Book Island 7lj 7li
tit. l'niil ! OS
Union l'aelfle 1W -II
Western Union 7U Tu(
Hutter-llull and heavy. State palls, oxtnt,
17Ke.al8o.; weeterii ejttros, I7so.alo.
Cheese Airly uctho. Ohio tlats, "iVjo.
Eifirs Dull but steady. Freeh, state. 17o.a
i7Ho. western, freeh, 17o.
Lancastkk, Ph., July 80. About 75
ministers from dllferent parts ot tho
country were present last niaht at tho
opening of tlio annual spiritual confer
ence ot ministers of the Reformed Churoh
at Franklin and Marsliul) College. Rev.
Dr. S. N. C.illendoi', of North Carolina,
preached the opening sormon.
I'mlrtoen ler(ne Driiwnod.
Berlin, July 80. A serious drowning;
accident Is reported from Mason. Four
teeu employes ot tlio waterworks wero
Crossing the Ruhr Illvur in n bo.it, when
the bout capsized and nil were drowned.
"You ask my daughter's liand. Have
you nny prospects?"
"Yok, sir, I have hopes."
"What tiro thoy?"
"Jlainly of getting a rleh father-in-law."
A .tluii ol" Note.
"He got all tho fame he over had as
a voeali-vt .'mm his success in striking
the lotvur L'ote."
"In other words lie was jrond at basa
Tli a l'rlzo Hills.
Tommy Wnrren, wlio has been in
Central Ai'uei'ien for tlio past two
mouths avvel home the uj.er day.
Tli. ' lavKi and Kilrnin fijfht was not
a fiiinni'Kl scv-'oi".. , and the directors of
the tii'auit iiHrociutiou had to go into
their poolcnti for o.noo to make up tho
A puree of ??5,O0O has bo.i offered
by the Magic City Athletie club for a
finish tight between biavin .,nd Sulli
van. A 001 bond was filed in bank
for faithful performance.
Eddio Sweeney, the well known
pporting bonifaoo of Thirty-second
street and Third tueiuie, Iiew York,
has an unknown ha is eager to match
ugniti&t any heavy-weight.
Tilike Coiiley nnd IUck Flanagan an
nounce that they will li-ck .Mickey
Finn for 81,000 against any man of his
iveighi in tho S ate ol Texas. Finn's
lighting weight Is U2 pounds.
George Lu Blanche, who is now lo
cated tt Salt Lake City, lwo informed
the friends of Jack Dempsey that ho
will fight the ox-thatnpion middle
welght again for a reasonable purse.
Tha aocret of my happiness is, lam using
And hnvn nATI!UlltOOF HOOTS IIchu
tifulljr Pulisbed without Labor
ASK IN ALL STORES YOK FIK-K0H
Will STtN Old tv New Furniturk
WllStain Qla and Chinawarc
Will, Stain tinware
V.m.l Stain your old Oashct
Will Stain Baby's Coaoh
M. Mm. TRX IT.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
If you contemplate
I clal Holiool. It will
pay you to visit the 'If t'HI'KTKH BUS1
NKHH UNIVKIW1TV before d-elding whe e,
though y u may live n Ihoiwind miles away.
It elands at the I, end ol the list of ronimer.
clul scnools lu Its rhnraetfr as nn educational
forte, as n lned'um torsnpplyluK tliehusines
men of the country with trained and espihle
assistants, as a meuns ol p In el n it nmhUlou"
young men nnd women on the iiiuh ro d to
success, i nd In the extent, el' Kam-e md eost
ol Its equipment. Tlioronhi'tiMMKIl' lAI.,
HIIORT1IAK1) ANP I'll IT1- .Vl.KNdLWH
t'OUHHm, The Twentv seven, t, Annual
Catalogue will be mailed t"rny .ddrfss,
WILLIAMS & R0GEHS,kon! v".'"'
HELD BY OUTLAWS
A "Wealthy Citizen Found Per
ishing in a Cave.
SENSATION IN JEANNETTE, PA.
Two of the Gang Implioatod iu the Kid.
lliey Aro Cnptiirod Aftor n Shooting Con.
Illot llehllid Trees-A llollof tlmt Othel
Mlaalng l'eraons Will he Vim ml Head nt
Alive lii tlio Den -A Thorough Sonroli
to tin 31 iitli- In tlio Morning.
Ohbkhbuiio, Pa., July 80. Joel Moore,
a wealthy oltlnn of Jeaunette, who
mysteriously disappeared several days
ngo, wns discovered during the morning
lyinK half famished nud nearly perished
in n damp onve iu n louely rnvlne some
dlstanoe south ot that place. He was
tenderly carried home, but snlTeilng
severely from starvation and the ex
posure from which he had uudergoue.
The wherabouts ot the old gentleman
wns disclosed bv the nrrest of Joseph nnd
Madison Johnston, the two notorious
spenk-easy proprietors, who were oap
tured through the extraordinary efforts
of five officers after a shooting confllot
from behind treos-
Tlio Johnston brothers had been ter
rorizing the oommunity for over a year,
nud their headquarters south ot Jean
notto hud been it loafing place tor
toughs of a most desperate character.
On the availing of tho dlsappenrnnco ot
Air. Moore he wns scon la the oompnny
of ouo ot tho Johnstons. He was known
to have a large boiuo ot money with him,
nnd when ho tailed to return home that
night hisjf rlends bccanio greatly alarmod
nud nt once Instituted n search.
All sorts of dnrk rumors begnn to bo
circulated. The officials finally made n
descent upon tho Johnston place, and
tho two brothcrH wero captured, together
with severnl ot their ussociatos. Onu of
tha men tnkon liecamo frightened at tho
threats of the olUcors and rovoalod the
placo whero the old man was hidden.
His money was gono and ho had been
roughly treated. If ho had not been die
oe vp red death would havo soon occurred,
These revelations havo caused nn ns
tenlshlng sensation. During tha last
six months there have been severalluiys,
terlous disappearances from Jcannotto
nud vicinity. A searching party, ncaom
panied by officers, ls to mako a thorough
search of tho cuvo and rnviuo In the
morning in tho hopo of tnnklng addition
Iu tho effort to arrost tho Johnston
brothers 8 Coustublo Wotshon's ofllcors,
Pitts and Fritz of Jennuetto, and County
Detectivo Alcorn, hail lively work. Maill
sou was arrested without nny trouble,
but Joe resisted and fled behind a big
tree. Drawing a revolver ho oompolled
Wetshon and Alcorn to got behind
trees. About a dozen shots wero ex
changed boforo Joo'b ammunition ran
out. Ho nnd M ullson wero thon brought
hero and placed In jail, Joo being held In
$1,200 und Madison in, $000 ball.
DILLON AND O'BRIEN FREE.
Tlio Irish Leaders Uoleiined from 1'rlaon
Dublin, July 30. Messrs John Dillon
nnd William O'Brien are out of prison.
Their term expired this morning,
The Nationnl Federation has arrnnged
for the presentation of addresses to the
patriots from tho evicted tenants in
whoso Interests they Incurred tho nni
mosity of Mr. Balfour nt Tlppernry, and
from other bodies of tho peoplo in nil
parts of tlio country.
Popular rejoicings will occur overy
where, with Illuminations and bonfires
and all sorts ot demonstrations.
Both the imprieouod members of Par
liament i ro to enjoy an Interval ot quiet
boforo entering the lists onca mora for
Ireland, nud the present lull iu tho
political fighting offers thorn a good op.
potunity ot doing so. They will tnko no
prominent part lu politics for soma time
to como, and they prefer to leave the
thorny problem ot tkn future leadership
of tho Irish partydo simmer awhile, un
til the peoplu coma to soma definite idea
SEVEN NIHILISTS KILLED.
Deeperuto IlnnUtuuce of Two Hours With
HI. X'eturnhtirg I'ollce.
St. Petebbbubo, July 80. Tho police
havo arrested 23 ofllcers and 20 Nihilists
connected with n conspiracy to kill tha
Czar and force tha youug Czarowltoh to
establish n constitutional monarchy.
The Nihilists wero nrrestod only after
a desperate rcslstanco ot two hours, in
which they uboiI revolvers froely. Tho
military assisted tho police.
Seven Nihilists wero killed In tha
struggle, and sevon esoapad.
Weuvors on Strike Aunlli.
Philadelphia. Pa., July 80. Tho of
ficials ot the Dobsou mill Insisted on dis
charging some ot tho hands engaged In
tha late strlko auM the remainder resent
ed. The strlko has been resumed. With
tho exoeptlou of; thlrty-fivo old hands
and twenty-two Imported weavers all tha
hands have strucit. Matters are in' as
bad a state ns when tho Hint strlko was
Wnler Didn't creo Willi llini.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 80. A drum
mer for a New York chiimpa!no house,
while under the Inihienoo ot liquor, fell
asleep in a bath tub of cold water In tho
Plaukiuton House. Ho was found by n
chambermaid eight hours later, uncon
scious and halt dead. Tho water had
shrivelled up UU bauds and feet and
stiffened his Joints uutll ho was qulto
helpless. He was revived with dtfiloulty.
dur. Itiichuiian Aets I'romptly.
Nabrvills, Tonn., July 80. Gov.
Buohauau has decided to call tho Legis
lature to meet In extra session Aug, 17.
He will refer tho wholo peultoutlary
qucstiuu to that body to investigate,
consider and net upon.
I'rltolinrd Alter Cllulley Mitchell.
New Yomr, July 80. Tho following
cable has been recelvod from Loudon t
"Ted Piltohurd has challenged Charloy
Mltouell to fight for $5,000 and the oham
plonablp of England."
Kx-Speaker Heed Hack from Kurnpe.
New Yobk, July 80. Ex-Sponker
Thomas B. Reed was among the passon-
Sera arriving ou the steamer City ot
ew York from Liverpool,
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
ja r. i
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ilia tmtfW'in - "Ui:i' ui i'-hm
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8M bj I loI t'f jtitw. ihlIJi., f r
Amk in; ndcuCi for YT. Ij Doueln! Hhne.
If nut rot- Nitle In your ilco nnk your
4ltalm' in n-iut for ruinliiii(' vcuro thu
iiKi'itcr antt net tiit'iii I'm you-
3 TAKE SO Kt'IlttTITUTK.-iU
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOII THE MONEY?
It Is a k,';oiil,,,.s li,,, mm nulneksor irix thread
to hurt tun fel! nmilu f tho heft lino cnlf, ntU.li
n'id eni, 1111,1 Iwcause tv mne inor,- etoj
trtul' H.an anu other mantiftK-titt ct It equalu hauii
iuii,,.t Kh-'iMcwtlaK from ?4.m) to $",.iio.
Ot A OlMii'iiiiino llaiiil-Ki'wed, tlio flnest cult
Sw alio,, ever nReri-il for Mj; equals Frencll
Imiortwl Mimes uhleli post from C.oiiugu.i.i.
Rid. 0,). I,l'iid-M;i'l Welt Sline, line coir,
styllah. eoiurortnlili' nuil ilumlile. 'Iholieic
elioo cier olTered nt thl ,rleo i nemo grado us cus
t,,m in.nle mIu,'-4 eiiHtluK Troni fth.tio to H1MX).
jCO .lil 1,'oliee fjliiii'i l'mmerH. llallrond Men
semnlesi, sniiKitli Inside. Iienvy three eolee, exteu
elon ede. One piilr will wenrayear.
oil inn- enlfi iiotetterHhoeeproueredab
thw prlee: one trial will convluue thotto
wn,i want a Hliuo for comfort nml service.
a.l und S'J.OO Woi'kliniiunu'H ahoca
PIB. nro lery strong and durable. Thoi who
hiiie Riven them a trial will wenr no other mako.
KSnVQ' SVS.IIO nnd Si. 75 school shoes am
t-3 ''J worn by tho iHijeeierywherei theyeoll
ou their merits, nn the InrreasinK eelee eliow.
B flHSioe: !:1.0II llnnil-Nmred shoe, best
Ctm&ilA ICJ DotiKoiii, verystyllahionuataFreucli
Imported ehoe4 cnstlmr Trom 8 1.(11 to SSJW.
I.iulles' .VS.50. IS'J.IIO nud SI. 73 shoo ror
Htawsaro tho best lluo Umunla. Sty I Nil andduratile.
('niitlon. See that w. L. liouttlns' nnnio and
price are Btampeil on the bottom of each shoe.
W. L. DOUULAS, Brockton, Moss.
aTosopJi 33 3 1. ,
THIS SEASON FOR.
njuxa .it iiaxi),
Committeemen should bear in
mind that tho IIi:itAi.n oilleo
Is prepared to do all kinds of
at the moat reasonable rate.
Give us n call and obtain our
prices. All work done when
promised and lu a satisfactory
lite Mud rrll.hi A it 4 uwMifui
ilifuiikt fer til oXfceUk
l 1 1 I HH b rlebra. Pin pit. 8 or
M-juth, Thruat, IrrlUllM), 8oU
iiiitr, lBHnmtl mt, KI"Jnjr
It. 1 lur.LtWt ritiutj, Wk UeLv
Drm. rat. Pi lei. UtUnbell
TcakoeM tHtiUllj, Impiln-1 M m rr tid Dy , Mriolw
UldiMUtsrviiaMloic frum j u tifm error or from frrfc
Old, Young or Middle Agoi ic. t toffcr bbj
Itnls Mruio, ooei 'T tin ut lb t7. Aferj M$ kttow I
ullol ftadmtft cil.uni , rut n.tt-nndoidOMeJi wiUIUd,
BOtBKttLr who tmllcil rpiieftt ivV iruteuM oor4 Im
to lb tl4ji Eurojjcna ImiU s! i'iu ricucv lit (iertukojt by
Un t, Phdo od Au-ttna, icrliBotisa and dlilomM rotv
ltd IB Tr praei '! t -r rieti- 1 004 OiMt urd Jrl,
(Bl K. (fVrkv m'lw pint to ai k Ivrrtsiiog doctor, wh
& M.arUJf can pr.c pfitUlil, Itnowledgo kvud
ttfwrUtiiM anil who can hnw m manr pAlltnti ptrautntljr
crod u I oo ftir ua3ka mnii ad vrt taint doctori but
ruinad theu Mul o inp 'or hauk "TRUTH" Md iwom
iMlltnoniala sitng quack-i nl lv.rifa(ng rtoctort wills
tbotr fitlaa ml Pi'cnJul(.ut irtn'"n an I Mtirmoaitla, Ibtir
iporteo,-, tti"t do not por ant ih-lr (ohttutJ of rofaitdiDf
oione or friei. Ilj ik -i I tflr ri,-ap and wortnloM drufa
cither 1 1 nUicli ou.va ii a, tiui r uil aa iwrf aud mini
lu ruin of thunxandi nf rmi'litii (I ioHui OntOi Kouw,
Xv0rj1UyrruniiiA.il lr4t U .eveiittifrsl to 9 WaHlueadk
tad BatMa ri nit,- n mS S-.tidifa fr toll. TS
IMafobMkMa tteoucad.j au 1 but jrdaj rttiU. Titti't
I W PORTA NT NOTICE !
AU persons aro hereby warned
NOT TO FISH IN TUG DAMS !
Belonging to tho
Shenandoah Wator Company,
and all parties caught violating this notice)
Prosecuted nt) Trespassers.
By order of