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SHENANT) O AH, PA.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. 1S91.
THE STJKEST BO AD TO WEALTH IS THKOTJGH LIBEKAL AD V EETISIISTG
VOL. VI.-2STO. 159.
To the llepublican Elector of Pennsylvania.-
After consultation ana correspondence wim
and by their direction, I hereby give notice that
the Republicans of Pennsylvania, by their duly
chosen representatives, will meet in State Con
vention at Itarrlsburg, Wednesday, A ugust 19,
1891, at 10 o'cIocTTa. 31., for the purpose of plac
ing In nomination candidates for the ojjlcesof
State Treisurer and Auditor General, for the
nomination of eighteencandldatesfor Delegates-at-Large
to the Constitutional Convention pro
vided for in the Act of Assembly approved June
10, 1891, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be prcstnted,
Notice is especially directed to the fact that, In
accordance ivlthlhe provision! of the last men
tioned act, each Senatorial district it entitled to
a rcpretentatlon of three delegates in said Con
stitutional Convention, two of whom only canbe
members of the majority party in said district.
The electors of each district are therefore re
quested to make proper nominations for dele
gates to said convention, the rules governing the
nmuna'fon of candidates for Slate Senator to
In this connection the Chairman desires to call
Vie attention of Republican voters to the recom
mendation of the Stale Convention of 1832, that
"they allow the greatest freedom in the general
participation in the primaries consistent with
the preservation of the party organisation."
II'J. II ANDREWS, Chairman.
.COUNTY COMMITTEE MEETING
The members of the Republloan County Com
mittee elected at the primaries held on Satur
day, August 1, 1891, are rcqueited to meet at
Centennial Hall, in the Jlorough of PMmlllc,
on Tuesday, August 11. at 10 a. m.,for the pur
pose of electing a Cmntij Chairmm and trans
act such other business as may be required.
Chntrnlan County Convention.
August I, 1691.
Tho funeral of the Into William Bach
man, Sr., fathor of School Director llach
man, took place in town yestorlay after
day afternoon, from tho Into rosidonco on
North Gilbert streot. Tbo attendance was
Tory large. Tho deceased had reached the
advance J age of 71 yours and was ono of
tho oldest rosidonts of tho town. Tho re
gains woro interred in tho OJd Fellows'
Thoy Are Splendid.
"Wo mean thosd Cheviot suits you can
get at A. T. Jones' "Famous" Clothing
store for ?0.C0.
Aug. 15 and 17. Fan and ice cream fos
- tlval, Frimitive Methodist church. .
Aug. 18. Ice cream and peach fostival,
in Robbins' opera houso, uidertho auspices
of Camp No. 183, P. 0. S. of A.
Sept. 2 Japancso ico croam fostiyal in
Robbins' opera homo, undor tho auspices of
Shonandoah Commandory, No. 14, Sons of
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS !
are being received dally nt
a. JO. FBICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin St, near Centre
Pickling and Preserving Time !
is now at hand. Keller has
OLD APPLE VINEGAR,
and Unadulterated Soured
elgn Acid or Colorlny.
' Also, WHOLE MIXED
IS dlfj'erentlklnds. Best
Our GROUND SPICES
Pest Quality. We keep no common Spices.
Don't run the rlsJi of making your HORSES SICK by
feeding NEW OATS. Keller has about 1,300 bushels
OLD WHITE OATS. All old
I manufacture my own
STRICTLY PURE FEED.
Recoivod tlai'oo timos zx wools.
3?rosla from tlio Oroo-mery jsaxzio
The first of the season.
mackerel of this season's catch.
DAISY FLOUR is made of old
isfaction every time.
JOLT EEITER S.
Gleanings Oonoornlng Thorn by
Ono Who Knows.
Jennings Council, No. 867, Jr. O. U.
A. St., of town, roceivod six propositions
for membership Tuesday niijht. Tho
mombors had tholr first drill on tho snmo
ovoning and will drill onco a week during
this month, preparatory to going to St.
Clair on September 7th. Under the drill
ings of Thomas Sanger, a graduato of
Uirard Collogo, thoy will rnako good pro
gress and prosent a neat and attractive
appoaranco in their now uniform, consisting
of bluo yachting cap, whito flannel sack
coat and cano. R. II. Morgan, the regalia
manufacturer, will ma'ib tho comploto
Shonandoah Commandory, Sons of
America, received sevoral propositions for
membership last ovoulng.
Camp 112, P. O. B. of A., will havo its
rogalia re-triinraod, preparatory to going
to St. Clair on September 7th.
Thosindications aro that St. Clair will
havo an immense parado on America's
Day. It will bo ono of tho largest secret
Bocioty parades ovor hold in the county.
Tho St. Clair people aro very liberal in
contributing to tho lund for tho onlertaln-
ment of t.io vast throng oxpjctad and the
subscriptions to date amount to 5800. Tho
j I. O. O. P., two fire companies and sevoral
other organizations havo signified tholr
inlontion of erecting handsomo arches.
Tbo camps of St. Clair will erect a hand
somo double arch in thocontorof tho town.
Cusick and Burns Hold.
John Cusick and Timothy Burns, two
formor residents of this town who woro ar-
restod in Philadelphia sevoral days ago
upon tho suspicion of committing nu
morons robberies, Including post offices, in
Virginia, were arraignod on "Wednesday
before United States Commissioner Ciaig
at Philadelphia. Captain of Tolico James
11. Angle, of Richmond, producod war'
rants for tho arrest of Cusick and Burns,
Packages of stolen goods had been shipped
by expro33 to Cusick's home, 918 Button
wood streot, whero some woro recovorod.
Wbllo tho defendants woro not connected
directly with tho robberies, it was shown
that they had received stolen goods. Thoy
wero hold in S2.000 bail oacU for trial in
It is vory important In this ago of vast
material progress that a roraody be pleasing
to tho taslo and to tho eye, easily taken, tic
ceptablo to tho stomach and healthy in its
nature and effects. Possessing theso qua!
Hies, Syrup of Figs is tho ono porfoct laxa
livo and most gontlo diurotic known.
$1.00 Por Dozon
For cabinets at Roshon's gallory, 29
West Contre street. Thia is only to spec.
nlly introduce his work, lio Is now very
busy. Tho same cabinets will bo $3.00
after Saturday, Auguft 15th. Don't miss
this bargain. 8 0 3td-lw
Buy Keystone flour. Be careful that the
name Litssia & Co., Ashland, Pa., ie
printed on ovorv sack. 8-3-3taw
just received a lotoj PINE
auaranteed Absolutely Pure
by aye Free from any for
SPICES for Pickling, About
quality, sifted and Mixed in
are strictly Pure and of the
not mixed with new.
Chop and guarantee It to be
Will open this week, the first new
Minnesota Wheat and gives Sat
A REGULAR MEETING HELD
IMPORTANT MATTERS SETTLED.
Claims for Damages Invostlgatod
and Ignored Now Assistant
Fire Marshal Roports of
At a regular meeting of tho borough
council last ovonlng tho following mombors
wero prosont: Messrs. Lamb, Davers,
Cimkley, Wurra, Holman, Bottoridge,
Scheifly, llopklns, Amour, Jamoj, Aloak-
lor, Portz iind Phalon. Mr. James pro-
sidt-d in tho absonco of President Qablo.
Tax Collector Schmidt apposrod and
asked that council allow "him tho sorvicos
of ono of tho paid policemen to unable
him to make collection of taxes from Polos
and Hungarians of town who not only re
fuse to pay up, but oiler a rosistanco that
requires action that tho collector cannot
tako singlc-handod. It was decided, on
motion, that Chief of Police Amour as
sign ono of bis olflcors for day duly to p
sist tho collector and that a report of tho
rosult bo mado to council at tho next regu
lar mooting when, if tho returns warrant
tho expense, tho service of an officer may
The question of enforcing payment of
tho balance duo on ex-Tax Collector Toolo's
duplicato of 1883 was again discussed.
Attention was called to Mr. Toolo's many
promises to pay tho balance and Mr,
Coakley said that Mr. Toole was probibly
unablo to pay on account of not having re
ceived any salary thus far for his services
us Clerk of tho Courts. On motion of
Mr. Scheifly, seconded by Mr. Moaklcr, it
was decided that Sir. Toolo bo given "s'uty
days from data to nuko i settlement,"
Mark Burko, of West ConlMSlrect, again
appoarcd and asked that the old grade bo
restored to his promises, or council allow
him for damages sustained by tho changed.
Ho said several people aro only waiting for
a chanco to claim damages from tho bor
ough if eomothing is not done in tbo. mat
ter. Chairman Jamos said bo had no
doubt of that, as overybody in tho town
seems ready to jump for damagos upon tho
most flimsy grounds.
Mr. Burko stirred up tho tempore of the
councilmon by donying having made an
agreement with thorn concerning tho grade
of his property and bo wont so far as to
cbargo Mr. Lamb with stating a falsehood.
Messrs. Devers and Wurm sustained Mr.
Lamb's statements and wore turning tbo
tables on Mr. Burko whoa tho latter ex
claimed, "Well, I'll not como hero again.
If you don't -do somothing I'll seo what
can bo dono." '
Chairman Jamo3 brought down his gavel
and said, "and wo will hear no more from
you," wberoupon Mr. Burko left the cham
ber. Tho Are apparatus commlttoo reported
that flro plugs should bo placed at tho corn
or of MhId and Cherry streets and at tho
corner of "West and Lino streets.
It was also reported thnt Edward Early
had boon elected first assistant lira marshal
to succeed Mat. AVhoolihan, reslgnod. The
election was conflrmod.
On motion, it was decided that council
have tho spice betweon tho borough build
Ing and James Hcaton's homo boardod up.
Tho coruinittoe on law made ruport on
two claims for damagos. In tho case of
Michael Pribuia, who claimed ?160 for
damages dono his stock In bis First ward
storo, tho commlttoo could nci rocommond
In thocaso of Mrs. Bannon, of Girnrd
villo, who made claim for $1,000 damages
for injurios sustained by falling upon
ftreotcrowin.se, thocommitteoroportod that
"tho claim is an unjust ono and should bo
The report of the Chief of Police for the
month of July showed that lodgings woro
furnished ton persons and nineteen arrests
wnro mado. The fines collected amounted
Mrs. Colfax Brown, of East Coal street,
who was at tho point of death tho past few
days, is now Improving and tho chango U
such that her many friends anlicipato
J. 0. Youngflelib, of Kansas City, and
his wile aro veiling in town. Mr. Young
fleish was a well kuuwn resident of this
county before ho went "Woet and during bis
stay horo is meoting with cordial receptions
at tho hands of old-time friends. This
morning ho wont to Freeland to visit his
father, accompanied by his wifo and his
brotbor-lri-law, John McGowan, tbo East
Conlro street boot and shoo dealer.
Claims of the Assessors.
The report that ward assessors F, 0.
Koeto, Louis Hopkins, Martin Brenaan
and Lawrence Cullen refuioi to leaye their
books with the county commissioners, and
brought them bajk to town, after being ro-
fusod fGO each for, thirty days work Is not
correct. The assessors loft tholr books in
tho t'fflco, but will Inslit upon payment of
BEGGARS IN MAHANOY.
Aro Not In It This Tlmo,
Thero mut be somothing wrong with
Shonandoah, and its caro of Indigont
peoplo, or olsa thoso who como over horo to
bog are frauds. Thero aro moro of this
class of pooplo come horo from Shenan
doah than any of tho surrounding towns,
txtSU in fact moro than from our own town.
Wo hardly boliove, howovor, if thuso
people aro really deserving of charity, and
make their appsal at homo, that thoy will
bo sent across tho mountain to be provided
for. Our peoplo aro vory charitable, and
nra often imposed upon by a class who are
not deserving, becauso of their degraded
habits and practicos. Tbo county pro
vides fur persons who aro unablo to tako
caro of themselves, but it oftimes happons
that by giving unfortunate persons oven
temporary assistance thoy can holp them
selves afterwards, unloss thoy aro too idle
and dissolulo to dosiro employment. Sev
eral weeks ago, a man who had been run
through a threshing machine, and aftei
wards had his homo burned down, camo
through hero seeking assistance Although
from a distant point part of tho stale, he
had geod endorsements, and an honest faco,
nnd'was sont on his way rejoicing. On
Thursday aftornoon a man olairaing to bo a
resident of Shenandoah was around soek
ing aid, said ho was sick, and hadn't been
able to work for n month, and buried a
child'last woek. Thoy usually strlko for
tho business places in town leaving the
others alone. Mahanoy Cdy Tribune.
Shenandoah is also floodod with beggars
who aro strangers to tbo town; but wo have
no information as to whether, or not thoy
aro from Mahanoy City. Iu tho abionco
of proof wo aro inclined to bo-cbaiitablo
enough to givo our neighboring town tho
benefit of tho doubt. Shonandoah pooplo
cannot be expected to hunt up tho pedigrees
of tho beggars who aro troubling tho
Mahanoy City pooplo, as thoy have all
they can attend (to In guarding themselves
nirninit imnrjsltion. But tho probability is
that if our neigfib irSvwill investigate somo
of tho claims referred to they will And that
many of tho beggars aro not rosidonts of
the county, Vet, perhaps, somo may bo
found inhabitants of tho county seat. A
town th'at is dopondnnt upon county funds
to repair its streo's is certainly a very
proper placo to look for begga's.
A GRAY-HAIRED THIEF.
A Young Lady Robbed of Hor
Miss Laura ChriUian, a reeidontof Phil
adelphia, who is a sister of Airs. John F.
Finney, of town, was robbed on a train
Wednosday whilo on hor way from Now
York to Philadelphia. A low minutes
alter sho boarded the train an old gro.v
haired man got aboard tho samo train and
eoaled himself bosido hor. Tho young lady
rnoroly gave him a passing glanco and took
no moro notice of him. chortly beforo tbo
train roacbed Philadelphia, tho stranger
got off at ono of tho smaller stations along
tho route unteen. "When the train roacbed
Philadelphia, Miss Christian placod hor
hand to her pocket in ordor to get her
pockelbook, which contained her trunk
chock and money to tho amount of $30.
To her utter amazemont, she found that
not only was her pockotbook missing, but
her pocket as well.
Tho New Park Slto.
A committee comprising Mine Inspector
"William Stoin, Hon. M. 0. "Watson, Rich
aid Amour, 0. II. Ilagenbuch and J. P.
Williams yesleiday waited upon Thomas
Buird, superintendent for tho Kehloy Run
colliery, to consult with him regarding tho
selection of a new tito for a park to be laid
out by lHo Columbia Hoso Company, in
lieu of tho ono to bo abandpned"next Sep
tember. Mr. Baird received tho coramiUee
very courteously, but owing to a pressure
of other business he was unablo to give
sufficient titno to a consideration of ihe
oommitloo's pioposition. Howovor, bo
s'gnifled a willinguo-j to do all in his powor
towards aiding tho speedy selection of a
proper sito and fixed noxt Tuesday aiter
noon as tho time f jt anolber meoting. Mr.
Uaird regrels that tho "boyi" are obl:jied
to vucato tboir present grounds, but ho
thinks they will bo all right in tho and.
Picnlo at Lakeside.
Tho Young lion's Democratic club of
Mahanoy City will hold a picnio at Lako
side on tho 27th intt. Tho organization
oonslsts of young men of Mahanoy i ity
and vicinity, numbering 125 members.
The officers aro : T. 0. O'Connor, presi
dent; Anthony Ostheimor, first vico presi
dent; John Krebs, second vice president;
John J, Meyor, secretary; James Ulickloy,
treasurer. Thoy havo socured pormanent
quarters at B .sch's old stand, second floor,
and havo their rooms elegantly furnldbod.
Wrist Sovoroly Out.
"William Edwards had ono of his wrists
severely gashed while in tbo act of putting
a lump of rock into a bucket In tho now
shaft of the Indian Ridgo colliery.
Letter Carrier P I), Holman has sold his
property on West Cherry streot to Joseph
Rotkavicz, tho Polish bottler of town,
Advertise In tha Hkjiald.
RAIL AND RUIN !
HORRIBLE WRECK ON THE
WEST SHORE RAILROAD.
ELEVEN PERSONS WERE KILLED.
Tho St. Louis Fast Express Crashes
Into tho Roar of a Freight
Which Had Brokon In Two.
Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 7. The St.
Louis express, on the WestShore rail
road, which leaves here t 1.53 a. iu.,
met with a terrible accident three
rullei west of Port Hymn, near what Is
known as the Duchess Cut yestenlny.
Thelruln was running at a high rate
of speed, and at that point ran into a
The wreck was an awful one, and
tho deaths outright number ten.
Thoso killed outright and those who
died from their lujurios, were ull
Italians but one, the flrennn of the
Eleven Italians wero badly hurt,
Twelve cars of the freight train wero
wrecked and piled upon tho tracks,
completely blocking them.
The Italians wero In the smokin g
car, which was completely shattered.
Hardly a whole piece of timber was
left of tho car.
The wreck tool; lire, and the passen
ger train was burned with the except-
1' n of tin ee sleeping cars.
Tho train was mado up of two ex
press cars, a baggage car, ft smoking
car, a day car and four sleeping cars.
Tho followlug Is a list of tho killed
Michael Bergen, ilieinanon passen
ger train, lives at Macedon.
Alphnnz Cauilla, Italian.
Coco Itocco, Italian.
Veanbo Dllaurl, Italian.
Dominion Itiulioup, Italian.
Thomas Merilng, Italian.
John Ilosio, Italian.
Domluico Sautilo, Italian.
Antonio Seazzslfave, Italian.
John Gcnraboot, Italian.
An unknown Italian died ou the
way to (syeacuse,
Mlhle Codarella, Giovanni Rosso,
Puuco Agostmo, Tomaso Canzorluo,
LipplsCamllli, Luppis Agostino, Arlco
Cialono, Jo'epli jMaseuielli, Augelo
Novell!. Hlcco Agostury, Autonlo Cob
bulla, ull lliallauB.
Henjamin Potts, Oiicdia; James
Chascn, St. Louis ; J. Myers of No 1,
02o Flllnioro avenue, liullalo ; Frank
Sellzer, of North Bollnu street, Syra
cuse; John Preston. "Wost Troy ; rat
rlok Ryan, engineer passenger train,
liastliuilalo: Mr. Teller, West Point;
M. Lewlce, Norwich.
John F. Bowdlsh, of Boston, who is
In tho brush business, was ou his wav
to Detroit. Tlio-accldent wus between
3 and 4 o'clock, Mr. Bowdish says.
He had been riding In the muoklug
cur and had been in a doze, but was
fully awake when thecru"h came.
"The first tiling that attracted my
atteutlon," (.aid li 1 "was tho working
of tho air brake, t flashed through
my mlud thitt something terrible was
about to happen. Quicker than I
could take a i .ooud tbuucht there was
a crash, shrieks, and all was darkness
"I felt myself pinned down by a
great weight. I could look below mo
and see broken boards, beams and car
wneeis, out was unable to move.
"Soou I heard the crackling of llamcs
"You cannot Imagine the horror
that ciept over me ns I thought thatlu
tho next moment the Humes would be
upon me, and I would be slowly cre
" 'My God, help mo,' I cried.
'Hurry hurry.' Just theu I hoaid a
voice, 'hern's a man alive; let's got him
out.' Theu I heard the sound of axes
and'pleasauter noises nevergreuted my
ears, I can assure you.
"It win hope not unmixed with fear,
however, for there frequently came the
thought that the roaring llamos would
drive away tho workers beforo they
readied me and I would be left to my
fate. I suppose It was only a few min.
utes, but It seemed an ago when day
light broke Iu from above ami two burly
trulumen hauled mo out."
The Italians came from Tompkins
f.'ovo, Rockland county, and were ou
their way to Niagara Falls to work on
tho tunnel there. They were In cburce
of Interpreter Savarino Scozzivana.
It was roporled that tho euglnceraud
flremau of the freight train had disap
peared, but railroad men say that thov
were uot responsible for the accident.
Tho came was the breaking In two
of tho freight train as It was going on
A llamimn hud been sont haulc. but
the engineer did not seo lilm because
of a deuso fog. Tho dead and wounded
were brought to this city,
My Family Dootor
For Ihe lat two v jrs Ilia been Bulpbur
Jllticrs, unit unt 1 1 bptfan iisIuk them In my
iamIv. wd had mutt or laM McHuoih. aud our
doct r bill hus been very lariio. Klncow.
b sail their um, we have bad no dnctor to
pay uud three dollars lnvokied InHulphur
lit ten has ken) hnalili in our family.;
Knott, Ittmusfer, Waverly, Iowa.
Items of Iutorost From Our Reg
Amonir the mnnv viMtnra In fmvn
during the li .st week we note tho fol
lowing : MIbs Emma Brown, a for
mer resident, but now ot Iowa, Is re
visiting old fceues and friends In tho
Hast, and Is at present stopping with
Mr. aud Mrs. Helster. Ilenrv V.
Foeller and wife, of New York, are
the guests of tho gentleman's sister,
Mrs. Thomas Bevau. Mrs. B. L.
Weaver and daughter, of Philadel
phia, are spending a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. 8. E. Fetzer.
John Cnsselrlneer. of fjirardvllle. n.
biakemnu on the 1. & It., had a hand
badly crushed while coupling cars nt
this nlaco. Ho is now at the Miners'
Hospital, whero he Is rapidly recover
ing. Harris & Frvinire. creon errocers.
have recently become the noisessora
of a handsomo dapple gray horse. Ho
Is a "llyer," but not a wooden one.
Our school teachers received their
lung looked-for pay a tow days ago.
Huckster John Conlln looks as
proud as the Czar of all the Russias
wnen driving nis now wagon around
Early last Sunday nioi-iilmr. whilo
one of the night crews was running u
train of empties on to Cieiber's sidimr
at Mai.eville, an open switch dumped
several double and two gondola cars
down the embankment. Fortunately
none of tho crew were hurt and the
curs were not much damaged.
A few evenings ago a party of bova
named Joseph Hildibrnud, Joseph
Welsh, Michael McCann. Mike Cook.
John Donahue and lllchard Quigley
made a raid ou tlielruil trees In hiipt.
Kasbridce's irarden in nuest of tho
green aud grlpeful apple. They suc
ceeded in collecting a quantity or
cholera morbus elobtiles. dolnir con
siderable damage to the trees aud muk-
lug their escape for the time being,
but "tho way of tho trespasser Is hard
aud thorny'' and they were presently
gathered in by C. & I. Policeman Bed
dow, who gave them an opportunity
to explain their actions before 'Squire
M. J. Reynolds. That worthy was.
much inclined to send them to the
cooler, hut through the lienency of
Mr. Rasbrldge was induced to lot
theni go on the payment of costs
amounting to over three dollars each.
The fate which overtook these boys
and the unpleasant position In which
It places their parents should be a
warning to other amateur burglars, as
tbo company whi"h owns the property
Is determined that future od'endera
shall not get oft so easily.
On Sunday last the streets of Maize-vllle-
were the e:;- of a disgraceful
riot between two Polish factious of
that place and Shenandoah. It ap
pears that the row was started with
the object of attracting tho police to
the same and give Ihe belligerents an
opportunity to waylay them but our
police force is not paid to run their
noses Into danger, consequently the
Poles were dltappolnted, but to make
up for the failure of their scheme they
attacked the residence of Chief of
Police Itofewarne with stones and
clubs, Interspersed with howls, groans
aud au oecicionnl pistol shot. After
nearly wrecking the houso, and dis
gusted with their failure to call outthe
police, they disper.-ed. No arrestB
have been made nor are there likely
to be any. It Is feared that thenou in
terference of the police will lead these
Ignorant foreigners to believe thut
they are becoming powerful enough to.
"rule tho roost," so to speak, and eause
them to indulge in further acts of vio
lence, but let them beware lest thoy
should compel the law to teach them
the lesson that the liberty of tho
United States of America does not
mean violence aud lawlessness.
Following is n list of the lettors re
maining uncalled for Jn tho Mahnuoy
Plane, Pa., postolllce for the week
endlug August 8, 1801: Michael
Cowan, John Hauley.
You can get one doz n cabinet photos and
a Quo flame. Remember wo are on tbo
first floor; no steps to ollmb. JCkaoky, tbo
leading artist. 8 5-3tn
I Was a Fool.
Yc, tliey twld 1 ww a fool not in try Hut
nlinr Hit ten (or Rheumatism, from whlon I
had suUered mar two years: b.it I bad tried
so many doelors aid madlclnen without
getting relief that I wis dlsoomaged. lam.
nowonmy lourtli bottle aodalmost cured.
I rfos a fiwl that I didn't try thai wondp-nl
lemedy before.-!.', a. Ir(stt, Alchetter -V. If.
All Hands Come !
And get a knifo for nothing.
Tho only conditions aro that
you buy twonty ton-cent plugs
of "Filly"-tobacco. As good
a plug as you ever put a tooth
to. Tho knifo ifj a bea utifu
4-blado, inlaid celluloid han
dle, good material and good
workmanship. Can bo scon a
No. 122 North Jardin Streat.