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HE IS STILL FREE
PECULIAR PEOPLE i
SEE MY SPONGE?
highest of all in Leavening Tower. TJ. . Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 18S9,
Armed Men Chasing tlio Colum
The Econoinilo Society Becom
AS I DID
bus Grovo Kolibor.
MDRDEIt ADDED TO HIS CRIMES.
CONVERTED DY MRS. EMMKRT9
Go Far the Searoli for the Desperado Has
She Halls from flow York and ProrWei
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FIQ3 OF CALIFORNIA,.
Combined with the medicinal
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j most leiieficial to the human
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'Ok condition oi the
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PUat BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
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very one is using it anl all are
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' OFFICE BBDDALL'S BUILDING,
'Cor. Main and Centre Streets. SHENANDOAH, PA,
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GOLD UEDAL, PARIS, 1873.
I. Baker & Gos
from which tho excess ot
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faro used in its preparation. It has
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It elands at the head of the list of commer.
clal senoolB in its character as an educational
force, as a medium lor supplying the business
menoi me country witu trailed ana capable
assistants, as a means of placing ambitious
young men and women on the high rod to
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ot lt equipment. ThorouirhCOMMlCHCIAI,
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WILLIAMS & ROGERS,
tllthnler'. KnclUh Plamoail Hrruid.
llrlrlnAiaoa Utilj Urnuloe. A
hrc lwi n liable, uona uk A
UrDKgUt for Chkhnttrt Xnuluh Dto-Jftfi
mtmd rani la lUd and O'oM lurulUaVV
luoxei, wua uiun nnoon. rake W
Urn and itniutiatu. Ai Urugglwi, or Mod 4o.
Jo for pftritaulart, mtlnwal&U cl
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Sflvarnl Jlxporlnncetl (letortlvei HitTO
Joined In tlieHCIniso Tho County nml
Town Oaer Howards Ho Stolo llurso
from a 1'iisturo A llollof thnt He Took
a Trnln at rinttlnj-.
Oolvmbos Gbovb, Ohio, Aug. 10. Enrly
in tho morning tlio men In pursuit of tho .
f ugltlvo bunk robber, and now murdoror,
were awake and resumed the ohaso ot the
William Vnndomark, the farmer shot
Saturday, died nt 4 a. m., and by his
death now zest was given to tho man
hunters and n strouKer determination
that ho should be taken dead or allre.
Word was received by telegram that
ho had been traced to a small area near
Beaver Dam, a small vlllase oloven miles
south of this placo, and to that point
everybody who could got n vehicle went.
A reward hits been agreed upon and is
aiTored a follows! Tho county offers
$300, the municipality $250, and tho
bank $200. Besides this a subscription
has betm started among the people,
which, In connection with tho official
amount offered, aggregates considerably
above a thousand dollars. Policemon
from the forces ot neighboring cities and
several experienced detectives have join
ed in tho ohaso.
laitost Work of tli Desperado.
A later report says tho desperado Is be
yond reach, and it is questionable If he is
over caught nt all. After tho chase was
given up last night tho man stopped with
somo laborers building n pipe lino about
two miles onst ot Beaver Dam and at tho
crossing of tho Lake Erie Railroad at a
point ono mile, west of BluUton. He wont
into a pasture and stolo a black maro at
1 a. m., four miles east of Btuffton. Ho
followod a farmer and his family homo
who had boon out visiting, nnd with hia
re.idy revolver compelled thom to got liitn
a meal. Tho stolen horse was tied to tho
branches of n tree by a rope halter dur
ing his stay at this place, and an attempt
was made to buy a buggy and harness,
or oven n bridle from tho farmer, but tho
attempt was in vain.
It Is highly probablo that tho hunted
man has rode his horse into Flndlay,
Jumped a train, and Is by this ttmo far
away. It was noon before tho theft of tho
horso was discovered and lntor when his
direction was learned. Hundreds of men
were In the chaso to-day whore there
wero 10 yesterday, and tho tirao was all
spent beating about tho bushos from
which tho bird- had flown.
FARMER EVANS IS GONE.
Claims Amnuutlncr to 810,000 Are Held
Hapdonfield, N. J., Aug. 10. Tho
flight ot Samuel Evans, ono of the best
known farmers in Camden County, is
tho sensation of tho day in this vlctntty.
It is said that claims amounting to fully
$10,000 aro hold against him. Evans had
a fine largo farm on tho Whlto Horse
Pike, about three mllos out ot Camden.
His outbuildings wero of the most pro
tontiou kind, and everything ho pur
chased was ot tho best.
It wa3 tho- discovery of a forged note
that precipitated his flight. The noto
was for $.2150, payable at tho National
State Bank, Camden, and purporting to
liava bean mado by Isaac Matlock, a well
known Burlington County fanner. Tho
paper wont to protest, and Mr. Matlook,
on being notified, proaouueed it a for
gery. In a letter for his wife Evans wrotoi
Mary: All that li loft of your father's es
tate Is what Is in tho houso. You had better
(tell It and pocket tho money.
As soon as the newa of Evans ' flight
became nolsod about thoro was a hasty
comparison ot notes by tho farmers and
business men, and it was then learned
that Evans had secured considerable
money before hodopnrted. Philadelphia
merchants with whom tho farmor had
business relations aro said to bo among
tho number. On tho day he left be en
tered tho office ot Shivers & Moffott, the
Camden lumber dealors, and made a
fruitless effort to get nn exchange ot
Wlilto Caps Rued for Damages.
Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 10. John V,
Abbott and Edward Benson, both of
whom have boen handled roughly by
alleged White Caps in tho suburb ot
Haughvllle, have brought suit for dam
agos against fifteen prominent citizens ot
that place, charging them with - partici
pating in the outrages and demanding
heavy damages. Abbott says he was
arrested by the marshal when tho citi
zens took him away from tho officer and
beat him and then ItanRed him to a
lamp post. Benson makes similar alle
gations, and each of tho plaintiffs ask
for $1,000 damages in oach of the fifteen
She Threatens to Staji tlto Duke.
London-, Aug, 10. Tho Duke of Mans
Chester is receiving torrlblo abuse, from
Miss Bessie Bellwood, tho darling ot
tho muslo hnlls. Sho says she will
never forgivo him for his treatment of
her. Bessie Is reported to havo told a
reporter that tho first time sho meets
Manchester she will slap his face. Sho
charaoterizes him as an ungruteful man,
who acoepted all her means when he was
a hungry visoount, but who spurns her
now that ho is wearing a corouet.
The President and Dir. Illnlne Invited.
Washington, Aug. 10. Tito President
will go to West Virginia in tlio autumn
as tho guest ot the Hon. Stephen B. El
kins at the olub house on Oboat Moun
tain, near Beverly. Secretary Blaine has
been Invited to Join tho party, which
will spend the time deer hunting.
Captain l'almer Arrives ut Albany.
Albany, N. Y., Aug. 10. Captain John
Palmer, the nowly-elected commander-in-chief
of tho O. A. It, accompanied by an
escort ot veterans, arrived here to-day,
He was given a grand reception.
"Soup" MoAIpIn Deud.
New Yonic, Aug. 10. Thomas MoAfc
pin, better known its "Soap" MoAlpin,
an old-time pugilist, died at his home,
109 MoDougall street, yesterday.
THE PETTICOAT MUST GO,
Ttoston Ureas ltr-fni iuers Wilt, It Is Snltl,
Abollch It litis CoiiiIiik Fall.
Boston, Mass., Aug. 10. Tho Dims Re
form AsHoait.tlott of Massachusetts Uhs
about 200 members, mostly active and
Intelligent women. They are opposed to
trailing skirts and corsets. It is serlonsly
proposed by a number of mvmtars to ap
pear on the streets early nest fall lit a
short skirt Itnida up of waterproof cloth
lu dark colors reaohlng but an inch or
two below the kuee, with heavy boots
and long gaiters made from macintosh
cloth. If gaiters are not used, then motts
quetatro or ordinary riding boots will bo
The skirt will be kilted and hang
heavy, so as not to bo disarranged by the
wind. A reefer Jacket or long cloak will
oover tho upper part of the body, and un
' tier this a fancy silk skirt or ordinary
dross waist will be worn. An ordinary
! hat, or, better still, a tarpaulin sailor
I hat, will complete what will certainly bo
a very novel oostume. It Has been de
cided to have no complete uniformity
aliout the drets. In tho matter ot ma
terial the members ot the club have been
instructed to exerolso their individual
tastes, making tho tollot as attractive
and becoming as possible.
The membership of this dress reform
club Includes school teachers, nhvslclans.
I actresses and members of other profes
sions. Dlsousslons are held as to the
best menus to brlug about tho much
needed change. All the members have
pledged themselves to appear on the
streets and In tho storos ot Boston in
fact wherever they are likely to attract
attention in a dress which may become
popular with women In stormy weatuer.
Columbus 0 0000000 00
Uoston 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 310
Batteries Dolon and Done-hue; Clarko ttud
Douse; Buffluton and .Murphy.
Cincinnati 3 01010000 0-8
AthJotlcS.... ...3 03000000 10
llatteries Divyer and Kelly, Weyhlmr and
AT ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis ....1 0010000 03
llaltiraoro 0 I 2 a 3 3 O 2 x H
Catteries Easton. Ilreinstein, Doyfo and
Zeiss; llclluhou ami Itoblnson,
Louisville. 1 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 311
WubhlDfton 1 0003000 0-4
Ilatterius-Fltzgeraldraud Caltlll; Eiteljorg,
Caraoy aud MoUulro.
STANDING! OF THE CLUII9.
Tito Association Itecord.
Otto. ITon. Lotrf, Ct C!uu. Won. ImrU Ct
Boston.... til 30 ,UH1 Columbus. ,4 0 40 .481
St. Louls.,01 30 .020 Cinolnn'tl. 4!i fl'i .447
UaltlmoroOU 37 .683 Wasa'ton..30 SO .387
Athletic. .47 43 .611 LouVlIlo....3.' 07 .353
Tito National League IXecord.
ChIcauo..m 30 .S00 Pbil'dol'a44 43 .508
Nowl'orlt.,47 34 m Ilrooklyn ..-IS 44 .48S
Boston ,...40 37 .570 I'lttsbure ..34 6U .403
Clovcland..43j 48 .407 Cincinnati .30 SI .400
rouiibt In n Cell One Dead.
Philadelphia, Aug. 10. John MoClos
key, agod 28, and George Barclay, wero
arrestoa lasc nignt lor urnnKeuness and
placed ia one cell. They had been there
but 5 short time whoa they quarreled
aud tho turnkey upon going to the cell
found McCloskey lying uuconsoious
upon tho ground. Ho was removed to a
hospital, but died without rogolnlng
consciousness. Barclay, who admitted
having struck McCloskey, was committed
without ball to await the coroner's in
Strychnine Caused Ills Death.
Annapoijs, JId., Aug, 10. John Duvall,
whose mind had become unbalanced by
the supposition that ho was about to lose
his proporty, committed suicide by tak
ing strychnine. He told his two sisters,
with whom he lived, that ho had takon
the deadly drug. Everything was done
to save him, but ho died in great agony.
Only genuine blood purifier known. It cures
sain dUofttes, rheumatism, gout, liver aud
kidney t.oubieo,Mna removes nil scrotalotis
and spt-clHo blood taints. Ho mineral, no
failures and no relapses.
Sold at Klrlln'o Drug Store,
Ftrguson's Hotel Slock, Shenandoah, Pa,
NEWS OF the day.
Tho son of Mrs. Hetty dreon proposes
to navo a mg newspaper in Uhloago with
Sam Jonas, the revivalist, draws big
crowns ac me Mauernaoie at rroblbltiou
Park, Staten Island, N. Y.
The Meadville, Pa., Baseball Club has
disbanded. The management of It siy
they havo lost over $1,000 and are tired.
W. J, Elliott, who was sentenoed Sat
urday to life imprisonment at Columbus,
Ohio, was transferred to the Penltntl..ry
A monument to the heroes of the Rev
olutionary battle at Bennington, Vt., is
to be tmveueii wttit the most Imposing
ceromonles at that place.
Charles Miller, suspected ot having
killed Dallas Flchthorn, a tramp, near
Harrisburg, Pa., a few months ago, has
been arrested and held for a hearing.
Chief Officer Boyd of tho Morgan lino
steamer El Do ratio, wrecked on the Groat
Bahama Banks, readied Key West, Fla.,
yesterday on tho revenue cutter McLean.
' Dr. Wiley, an export, gavo testimony
in tho Gilmer-Baker poison case at
Abingdon, Va., which has weakened tho
caso ot tho defense. The argument
Tho Salvadorlan government has con
fiscated the Paciflo Mali steamship City
ot Panama at Li Llbertad for leaving La
Union without a permit from tho cap
tain of tho port.
Tho authorities of Queens county, New
York, have been uuabie to get traoe ot
t.ho murderer of Hannah Robinson near
Gloitdalo, L. L They are out of clews
aud the mystery Is as deep as ever. ,
Conductor Thomas Obln and Flagman
Edward Oouley of the West Shoro frolght
train wrecked by the St. Louis express at
Montezuma, Thursday morning, havo
been arrested, charged with criminal
Gov. Fleming's refusal to certify to the
election of Senator Call of Florida oauses
a great deal of dismay in tho Call ranks
and the antl-Callltes nre elated, This
action has been expectod, though tho
conservative clement was In hopes that
he would modify his partisanship.
The Olymplo Club of Now Orloana
has cabled Ted Pritchard ia London,
$300 for his expensos to come there direct
for a glove fight during Mardi Gras with
soma man yol unpicked. Pritchard
wants to meet any man and the Olympio
Club may put htm against a heavy
weight. At any rate Pritchard comes to
Amerloa consigned to tho Olympic Club
Washington, Aug. 10. For Now England;
Warmor, southerly winds; looal rains.
Tor Eastern New York and Now Jerseyi
Slightly wariuort s-jutliotly winds; local mini
wlth,thunderstorn aro likely during the nlirlit.
For Western New York; Warmer; soutlt.
westerly winds; local ralm aud likely thuador
storms lu tlio eenlna.
ihould bo displayed in buying meSU
tine above all tUltnrs. In selecting ft
remedy for any disease, you should b
positivo that it contains nothing inju
rious to the lioalth. Many remedied
ou the market leave the patient in a
much worso condition, than boXox
s. s. s.
U purely Tcgetablo, and porfootly
harmless; tho most delicate oltild can
take it with absolute safety. It contains)
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
nnd yet it never fails to euro the dis
eases it Is reoommondod for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases free.
Swift Speclflo Co., Atlanta, Ga
Sick Ilsadscbo and roliova all the troubles Inci
dent to a bilious sttte of tho system, suoh aa
Dizziness, Nausea, DrowsUioas, Distress after
eating. Ptua in tba Bide, to. Whllo their xaost
remarkable eucoses has been shown la cvalng ,
nolSicho, yet Carter's Llttlo Uver rills ts&
equally v&InsbU in Constipation, caring and pro
ven ting tblsannorinr r-omolaint.srhlls tbar alsa
conecfall disorders of tboBtoinaca .stimulate tba
fiversnaicguUteUiobaweU. Urea U they gal?
fAtliolheywonldto tlmos t priceless to thoso whd
I outer t rom this dUtroBslog complaint; but t orttt
, cately their goodness docs notend horo.and those
.whoence try them will find thoso little pills vain,
mhlo In so many ways that they will not be wit
lUsg to do without them. Bet after allslckhga4
fXstfcebaneot so many Uvea that bora ia where)
wo mane our great. Doaas. uur puis euro it waua
others do not.
! Carter's Little Liver Fills are verv small and
i very easy to taie. une or two puts masoa aosa.
They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentle action please all who)
I use them. Invlalsat29centst flvofortl. Sold
by druggists everywhere, or sent by maU.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New Yorltl
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
'w- vs Ki miens
Several of tlio Members Ornatlr lixclletl
Many or the Consorvntives frightened
They May tlio Woman Has I)elns on
the Satiety's Wtittlth Trustee Dtlss ISs.
plains tllsNewly-roriusd Ideas.
PiTTiBuno, Aug. 10. Tho Koonomlte
Society has been greatly exolted for sev
eral weeks over the advent of Mrs Fran
cesco B. Bminerts, a spiritualists' me
dium aud the expounder of peculiar sol
entlfio principles. The faot that her
views havo been acoepted by Trustee
Duss, who has been selected as tho fu
ture head of tho society, and seemingly
silently approved by Father Ilenrlol him
self, has added terror to the astonish
ment ot the conservatives aud oro tted a
fear among some of them that their re
ligious doctriuo, so firmly upheld for
nearly a century, may now be modified
by an unhe. rd of stranger.
Mrs. Kmmsrts Is about 40 years of ago
and claims to bo a great traveler. Sho
nrofesBos to be wealthy, and Is credited
with slnoerltyln nor Deuel, sue says ne
homo Is In New York. She left Eooooviy
ou Friday, but Is expeated to return in n
tow days. Trustee Duss has fuAiy ac
cepted her views. Speaking ot them he
"We aro told that God is every whoro.
Wo aro also tbld that tho earth is round
aud that wo llvo on tho outside. Now
imagine a god who oan fill nil this Illim
itable space. Tho idea Is nbsurd. Wo
know that the earth la round; that has
been conoluslvoly proven; but It has not
been proven that wo llvo ou the outsido
by any means.
"Tho fact Is that tho earth Is a hollow
ball and wo live on tho inside. Com
puting scientifically tho crust is 100
miles lu tlilckttess. Un the top or out
sido part wo find the different formations
all mixed up, but on going deoper every
thing is in exact layers. The sun is In
tho centre. Lines of force nro continu
ally rushing from theoarth to tho ceutro.
They fuse there and form our sun, whloh
has a dark side. Lines rush back and
nro mot by other forces and the meeting
of these form our stars, Just oil tho same
principle as electrlo light Is caused.
Each one of us has his own particular
star. There are no planets, As the ottl
system tolls us, simply these points ot
light. Ye have proof In tho Testament
for this belief in a partlonlar star for
each of us. Did not Christ have His
starf We can also prove from the Biblo
that we llvo within tno earth and not on
Continuing, Mr. Duss indloatod his bo
liet that spirits sometimes return to
earth and convorso with frlondt loft be
hind. Tho fow members ot the sooloty
who havo not aooeptod tho views of Mrs.
Emmerto openly declaro that she Is nn
Imposter, nnd thnt she has designs on
the society's wealth, whloh 1b very great.
Owing to thovow of cellbscy taken
somo j cars after Bottling at Economy
there aro now no chlldron thero. Little
old men lu light blue Jackets, or women
clad In Norman cap nnd striped gown,
may uo lounu in tno streets, but that
PLOT TO SINK IRONCLADS.
Discovery ot a Conspiracy to Destroy Tiro
London, Aug. 10. Startling informa
tion is in possession of the Chilian Lega
tion In reference to a conspiracy to de
stroy tho two Cbiliuu Ironclads, Prcsl
dente Pinto and Errazuriz.
It appears that the sum ot $8,000 was
ollorcu to an huglisli maritime officer, in
tho service of the Chilian government, if
He would uuuartaKo to blow up the Er
razuriz. Ho lufusod tho oiler with In
dignation. While the vessel was in tho harbor ot
Lisbon suspicious boats wero been ap
proaching ou several occasions at night,
but the careful lookout on tho vessel kept
thom at bay. Thore was no doubt a pur
poso to exploda the vosaol at Lisbon.
While tho Prosldouto Pinto was at
Toulon a party of men ntteinpted to
Join tho crew. They lookod so ttnllko
ordinary sailors, two ot them bolng uua
blo to conceal tholr refinement ot man
ner, that su-iplcion was aroused, aud tho
commander concluded to roject them, al
though In need ot men. Proof after
ward o.imo to his knowledge that Umbo
men had been engaged to sink tho ship.
There is also reasou to believo that tho
running aground at Toulon was owing to
treachery. Tho commander was so con
vinced of this that ho sont a report to
that offset to Paris.
Tho Errazuriz Is already safe at son,
and it is understood that tho Pluto will
soon bo In a position to follow, aud that
tholr arrival lu Chill will put an oud to
Ureat Ilench Sliuw.
Lbxinoton, Ky., Aug. 10. Arrange
ments are all complete for a groat bench
show, to be held under tho auspices ot
tn a jNew I one Kennel uiuu. Ueneral
Hampton of South Carolina will be pres
ent with his celebrated pack of hounds
to engnge in fox chases. Tlio race track
will be onolosed and hurdles will be
placed across tho same for hunters. All
in tho chase will be dressed iu English
President ltenau Asked tn Itoslcn.
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 10. The seven
clubs iu the base ball association havo
signed a paper requesting President Re
nau of thu Cincinnati club to resign.
The seven clubs own and support the
Cluoinnatl club. The president, cots a
salary ot $800 a mouth. Ha Is consid
ered useless, heucs tho request, for his
resignation. Thero is trouble in the
Tim Shot l'rovod lratI.
Boston, Mass., Aug. 10. Thomas F.
nart, who was shot by John H, Church
last Monday night, died lust ulght.
Church will be arraigned ou the cluirga
ot murder this afternoon.
Spain Asked to Arbitrate,
Madrid, Aug, 10. Tho Imperials says
that Balmaoeda and tbo Chilian lasufe.
gents have appealed to Spain to arbitrate
ia order to put an end to tho war.
ONCE. IK MONTH ;
OTHER DAYS. WASH THEM CIEAN
minnLi orurtuc re,,,,.
ladies, it cos-id
cent a tact
to . hnnge the oppt iB11nanfn ,
U Furniture so co '7I,ir unt
yourhu.bands win ul nX
FLY h1 ETS
CHEAP AN- STRONG .
30 other st.Wes 6-A K.t- ; 'I'-eK to null uii
Wa.AtBK. t'.h..Nt. 'H.L'.1.1I1A.
po 1 l-t till d ..ii-i
.Ask my rtaents for W. I loneln Shoe.
If siot lor snle lit our plnce nl. lout
denier It, hcihI frir cnlnloKiie, nt-eui-o tho
agency, ami get litem lor mil.
ET-TAKE NO HtJI!3TI7:UTE.e4
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
IHE BSST SHOE IN THE WOULD FOR THE MONEY?
J , ? ? JsW'ilejs sho.-, 1th no tiu at. or wax thi 1 .ul
to hurt fniif.-pl; mniln nr ti ,... nnt- ...
and ett-.y, ami on-rmsc ret- make mm tlioen otua
fjnttle tlmnanu ottu r matmfnet urei; It equals band,
sewi d siioi's posting from l.eo t i.ut).
S5 "".''etitiliH' Hniiil-xcwril, the finest calf.
- -v i.t-. vtiDu-u iw equals crenen
llnpciruil shoes which eot from jn.wto 61i-tl.
A. 00 liiiiitl.Sencd Welt Hline, fine coir.
shoe eser onVrud at this price s same Bride as ous.
. I voBwiiH rroiu eo.'SJ trSII.IKk
R3 ''" V?""' r'""'! Farmers. Knllroad Men
'.i".rl "rru'rsnii weortnem; Uni-euir.
sedr.uost, smooth Innhle. tieavy three soles, extcn.
slon eilse. one pair will wear u year.
U ,10 Hun en Hi uo bi-ttcr shoe over olterwl ut
9&s this urlc-o; one trial will couvlnce thu-o
wlio want a shoe fur comfort and sers Ice.
89 3 ""d ' VorkliiBiiiiin'H stais
Gm ore 1 sery strons and durable. Those who
hat e given them a trial will wear no other make.
Qnuel 94.00 nnd 1.7.'5 school Bbocs aro
.y-r .worn hy tho bojs every where; theysill
on tholr merits, as the lut-i-paslng sales show.
9 SdISass 2.1.00 Ilittiil-NeivcMl sltoo. bet
bdUICD Donttola, vt-ryBtyllsli;eiualsFreucli
llnportetl shoos costing from SI 00 (o 8.i).
.l.ailles' ,!.3(1. ffJ.OO itml 1.73 shoe for
ULses are tho liust Auflxaigola. St jllsh and durable.
riiutlun.-See that W. L. Douglas1 uotno and
price are stout peil on thu hot tout of each shoo.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, JIuss.
Green TrucK, Fine Groceries,
Delaware roe Fbttd and oiher fresh tlsh right
from the tonlson J'ridaye. KreeU
Ulceus fiom tho fc-outh.
Evan's Building, E. Centre St.
Everything new ond 'resit. Goods delivered
to any part of town.
R. C. KNIGHT c SON.
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stacd,)
Corner Coal niirl Jnrtllti tils-
Mr. Hnyder will always keep In stock a fine
line of boots aud shoos.
Custom Woi It mul Itcnnirliitr
done In the best slyle. He guarantees to sell
c iiea per llit.n couipeillcrs on Main street who
have big rents to ray, ard fi.siauttes a genu
ine bargain un evtiy purchase.
I isil IIIJmI QII.1J. HsraU full r.MS.sl.
tijm iss sissti ssussit i sisi urn biaiiiKj
im H, Jardln street
Pure Ice Cream !
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
Orders promptly atlendfd to, Particular at--teutlon
paid to Bolls, I'lonlcs,
NOUTII MAIN BTHEKT,
Near Corner of Lloyd, tHCNAIVDOAH, PENN'A.
"why is the
W. La DOUCLA8