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1 A two and one-half story double frams
uweiung noute, wim uire-rooni auuTee
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S A valuable property located on South .Tar-
3 Seven "welling houses at the comer of Gil
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k No Chemicals
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Ni.8S UNIVERSITY bifore d. cidlnB wheie,
thoiiKli yen may lle a lhouana miles away
it Hands at the head oj the list of commer-
at scnools in Its cliaracter as an educational
" r. t, as medium lor supplying the business
ni, u or me country with trained and capable
, r tnnts, as a means ol placing ambfuous
young men and women on the htshrodto
Mircf hs, . ud in the extent, elcaaufe and cost
i I tti-.qnipmint. Thorough rOJlMEHWAL,
)tiBLH. The Twenlymevonlh Annual
idogw will be mailed to any address.
LlileliNter's EndUh Hlmnonsl Ilnud.
Orlfrln aland Oitlr Ciifn&.
utwa r--nuuig. iauus-su
'iti Lrand iu Ited ud 6 jU meiilUo
new, pjtxt lritn time nuutia. TaLQ
mother Jirfute Jj9rouM $ubtUu
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FOUND INTHE WOODS
A I'roniiuoiit Inventor Urivoii
Mntl by Overwork.
HE TIIIED TO KILL HIMSELF.
Eoft'ming About for Two D.vs With Ugly
OtkUies iu HI Throat,
His Ilnappoai-nneo Creatns Incitement
Amnuz the Gilnli at II Ion .ViumiltA
Soaroltlnic 1'arty Trituipeil tho Vorests
All Nlclit-Tho Unfortunate Man Found
13arly In tho Morning.
Wilkksdarrk, Pa., Aug. 15. Thero Is
muoli excitomant nt Olen Summit, n sura
tnor resort, for one of the guests, and a
prominent ono at Vuat, bus become n
Two days ago It, P. Ooxe, of Pblladet
pbla, disappeared. He Is n member of
tho principal olubs in the Quaker City
and a leader in society there. lie is tho
inventor of the block system of signals
In use on nil tho lines of the Pennsyl
vania Itailroftd, and from royalties on
this he receives a fortune annually. lie
is nlso tho Invontor of a track connector
which has been adopted on nil railways
recently built. He has iuventod several
other railroad contrivances, which havo
made him very wealthy.
Mr. Coze worked so hard during tho
past year that his health became im
paired and he made a tour of Kuropo
and Asia. Returning, he located nt
Mount Summit, and two months ago ho
was married. A week ago ho again be
came very sick and was attended by the
best physlcinus In Philadelphia aud tho
Wyoming Vailey. On Thursday after
noon he left the hotel alone and was
seen going in the direction of the moun
tain. As ho did not return at dinner
time his wife and tho guests boenmo
alarmed for his safety, aud after consul
tation they formed themsalvos into a
searching party and started out. By this
time It was dark and all carried lanterns.
Not n male guest slept all that night and
all aided In tho search.
All night long the woods echoed with
calls of men, who signalled to each other
as they tramped through the forest In
different directions. Not until morning
was their searoh rewarded.
A Ilnvlns alanine.
About 0 o'olook ono of tho searchers
who had gone in advnnco of the others
saw n man running ahead of him and In
tercepted htm as ho was about to pass.
There was an ugly gash In his throat
that ran from ear to ear, aud his clothos
were soaked with blood. Mr. Coxo wa3
a niaulic. lie was induced to return to
tho hotel nad thu physician drosed his
The large artery was not sovorod, bat
the medical attendants fear that his In
juries, together with his broken-down
system, will tcrmlnato fatally. Iu his
clothes were $4,000 in cash.
He will bo t tken to Philadelphia and
placed In an asylum. Dr. Urbano, of
Philadelphia, says his sudden attack of
insanity was caused by overwork, and
that the promiuent inventor will invent
no more. '
FRIGHTENED THE SULTAN.
ISncluml Snds a Formidable Floot of War
VesAuls to Alexandria.
Const AimtfOFLK, Aug. 15. Considera
ble feeling has been aroused hero by the
sudden visit ot a fonuld ,ble British tron
olad fleet to Alexandria.
The coming ot the war vessels had not
been announced beforehand, and the
spectacle, thorefore, oxclted no little sur
prise and some appreheuslou In tho
There Is little doubt that tho sudden
presenoe of these vessels in the harbor of
Alexandria Is oonneoted with reoeut ru
mors of a purpose on the part of the Sul
tan, at the suggestion of France and
Kussla, to depose the ivncalve.
The Koglish fleet, presenting a sight
at onco magnificent aud terrible, re
minded Alexandrians that Buglund was
still the proteotor ot Tewflk, und that
the scenes ot 1882 might bo re-enacted,
In the event of auy movement against
him. The visit has apparently had the
efltct intended, for nothing moro is
heard of any Intention by Turkey to In
terfere with the Khedlvu.
Contract Lnborers ililn Suit.
BniDOBPORT, Conn., Aug. 15. Six em
ployes of the large plush concern recently
established hero by Sir Titus Salt, Bart.,
Sons & Company, as a brauoh of their
English oouoern, havo brought suit
against thu firm for 55C.UOO, aud an at
tachment was plnoed upon tlio Arm's
property. Plaintiffs charge that thoy
wero imported by the concern, and be
coming dissatisfied with their work, they
Beak to havo the concern oonvlcted of a
violation of the alien contraot labor law.
The cno will 001110 up at New Haven oa
Nowspapers Muit Kefund.
Harrisbuho, Aug. 16. Attorney-Go n
crul Heusel lias notified the following
Philadelphia newspapers, wbloU have
published the Mercantile Appraisers'
lists for two years, Unit they must refund
Ike rebate of 40 per cent, paid an alleged
agent ot the State for seouring the ad
vertisements: Press, North American,
Inquirer, German-DemoarAt, Bulletin nnd
Telegraph. The papers are given until
September 1 in whioh to refund the
SprnuK In Front or it rruln.
Newark, N. J., Aug. 15. An unknown
but well dressed man of 35 years sprang
in front of a rapidly movlug train
here during tho morning. He was struck
and instnutly killed, his body bolug hor
ribly mangled. Both legs wero sovorod
at the wcUt and his body was orushed
out ot all reooguition.
Killed In a Qusrrel.
Geneva, N. Y., Aug. 15. In a quarrel
yesterday Johu Welch, aged 70 years,
owner ot a larm north ot this place, was
terribly kicked and beuton by Daniel
Cameron, the lessee, and died at 7 a. m.
The trouble grew out ot a demand for
the rent money, which Cameron was un
able to pay.
IlaliUHOeda Swings an Axe,
WABmNaTOjf, Aug. 15. The Chilian
Congressional envoys in Washlngtoa
have received advices from Chill which
tbey say confirm tho statements hereto
fore made that President Bulmacoda had
removed all tho judges ia the country
and had appointed other psrsous In their
tlighest of all in Leavening Power. TJ. & Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
OUR MINISTER PROTASIS. I NEWS JLLHE DAY-
The State Dfipnrtlnnt Informed Abont
the Trouble In Salvtulor.
Washington, Attg. 18. The State De
partment has received a dispatch from
Minister Piioheco, dated Guatemala City,
BtAtlng that when the City ot Panama
weighed anchor at La Llbertad on tho
morning of the 10th Inst., the govern
ment of Salvador served notice of con
fiscation upon lbs oaptaln, aud on tho
name evening she arrived safely nt San
Jose de Guatemala nnd landed nil her
passengers and her cargo.
Minister Pnoheco nlso nays thnt ho has
submitted a protest to the Salvndorlau
government, ns per instructions he re
ceived from the Department ot State.
Aotlng Secretary Wharton has com
municated tho contents of the dispatch
to the President. No action will bs taken
10 tho matter until tho department re
ceives a detailed report ot tho affair from
PANIC ON A STEAMER.
The Clatenlru LoacUil With Pilgrims Ituna
011 the Lactilue Itoclcs.
Valley Field, P. Q., Aug. 15 Tho
steamer Gatontou, with 500 pilgrims
on board, bound for St. Anno Belllveu,
had a terrlblo experlouco in the rapids
abeve Litchino. The pilot was endeavor
ing to.tako n short cut through the chan
nel, near Isle Porrault, and lost control
of the boat, which went on the rocks.
It is alleged that an awful panic pre
vailed on board, but tho boat was finally
gotten off tho rocks without serious dam
age, but the pilgrims, of whom many
wero hurt, insisted upon returning to
KING KELLY IN THE LEAGUE.
Tho Cinolnnntl Association Club Trans
forred to 2X11 waulcne. -M;,a
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 15. President
3Illotto of tho Mllwaukco Baseball Asso
elation has recked a dispatch from Cin
cinnati stating that Louisville, St. Louts,
Washington, Boston aud Baltimore have
assented to the transfer of the Cincinnati
American Association team to Milwau
kee. The terms offered are satisfactory
to the Milwaukee men and they havo
wired their acceptance.
Tho terms include tho retention ot
Bancroft as the financial manager of tho
loam. King Kelly has already gone to
tho National League.
Tlio rrrsldoiit's Visit to Albany.
Albany, N. Y., Aug. 15. President
Harrison will arrive In this city at 5:50
o'clock Tuesday afternoon uext, aud
lcavo at 0:85 for Vermont. Secretary
Ilalford telegraphed the mayor that
43 minutes were at his disposal. He
will bo received ut the train by n com
mittee consisting of Postmaster Warner,
Deputy Uraud Master of Masons James
Ten Eyck and John G. Myers. A recep
tion at the City Hall will follow and
Governor Hill will meet tho President,
the Governor Imvlug signified his inten
tion of being present.
l'olsomul a KprlDir
Aykr, Mass., Aug. 15. Several pounds
of palls green wero found In a spring
near the poor farm last night. The occu
pants ot a notorious road bouse near tho
farm are 1 vge users ot the water. Sev
eral unsuccessful attempts havo 1 erently
been made to burn them out, and It is
thought that this means h, s now been
tried to rid the community of thorn. It
is not yet known whether auy one has
partaken of tho poisoned water.
Oppost-d to Forr-lcu Tin i'tnto Workers.
New York, Aug. 15. Tho Executtvo
Committee of the American Federation
ot Labor at a meeting here adopted reso
lutions Instructing President Uompers to
co-operate with President Wei be, of the
Amalgamated Association ot Iron and
Steel Workers, for tho purpose of pro
venting and discouraging tho attompt tu
import ttu 11I rite workers Into this coun
try in violation ol the alien contract
Dr. Khpillttdrl Dion at Sea.
Nsw York, Aug. 15. Tho Itov, Dr.
Nargau Sheshndri, the first high casto
Brahmin ever converted to Christianity,
who left New York recently on the
steamer Ci reuse! a for Glasgow, died at
sea of heart disease, on the morulng ot
July Ml. His visit to tld country was
for the purpose of arranging for the ex
hibition of an Indian village. Dr. Sbos
hadrl was 08 years old. He was burled
at see. 4
Only genuine blood rurlflcr known. It cures
6kln dlscaMW. iheumatlsm, gout, liver and
kidney troubles, and removes all scrofulous
and spMlflo blood taints, No mineral, no
failures and no ieJai'.
Sold at Klrlln'a Drug Store,
Ferguson'? Jlottl Wenandoah, Pa,
Eight vessels of the white squadron
havo arrived at Newport.
Alexander King, of Servla. U In lovo
with Xenla, the Guar's daughter.
The President has appointed Charles
W. Ertlman, ot Lonlsvillo, as Consul to
Mr. Llddy of Elisabeth, N. J., want a
divorce from James Llddy, the light
Tho late Frederick 0. II. Hnvemeyer,
of New York, left $1,750,000 to his threo
sons and two daughters.
John Hillmnn, who ts wanted 1 for tho
murder of Alexander Robert, of Canton,
Mil., has been arronted at York, Pit.
Eighteen porsons woro Injured by a
collision on the Philadelphia & Reading
road last night. Both trains wero badl y
Washington, Aug. 15. For Now Gnglandi
Generally Inlr: continual southerly winds
showers and cooler Sumlay.
l'or Eastern New Vork: increasing cloudi
ness and local rnlus In tho afternoon; souther
ly winds; warmer In southern jiortlou, cooler
In northern portion; showers and cooler Sun
For New Jersey: Southerly winds; warmer 1
local rains nnd -cooler to-night.
NEW YORK MAItKETS.
New York, An?. 14. Money on call loanod
easy at H6 and '! per cent.
4Us, 101 Ito. 100ft 100U
4s, 1801 Coup 100B 100S
4 B, 1007 Keif 10p2 KioS
4 6, 1007 Coup 116J H7M
Canadian Paoinc. . ; Slfc
uentrui 1 '110100 ;eu
Cliloiuro. Ilur. Onlnov ! Bil
uutntvaro 1 unison izu
Do!., Lack. & Western 13.1M
Erie prer 48
Lout. & Nath S7M
Michigan Central, v 86 01
Missouri Pacific WV1 08
New Jersey 1 entral UOii 111W
North western 1 05 1 03W
Oregon Navigation 6V mi
PaoliloMatl 32 3iiU
Hearing S71d 28U
UoolcIslaiKl 71M T4
St. Paul 0.'U4 (WW
Union Pacini- 37 36U
Western Union 78j 5 a
Aug. Sept. Oct.
Wheat aula 92 lauu
Cor " aH (Kill
Oat 334 116 33J.J
New York, Aug. II. LIbM arrivals In but
ter barilly equal to demand. L'ousoiiuontly
prices wen- Arm.
Creamery, stuto & Penn., e.utm. 20 a
Creamery, Stale, seconds to nrstslGXo.alSUe.
Creamery. Hlnlii ultras 2uo.
Creainoay, otner western, extras 104c. a20 0.
Creamery, western, Units lTtic.BtSXo.
Creamer: , western, Mxjonds 10 c.alSHo,
StaNo dairy, li. t. tubs, extras. ...ISMio.alO o.
State dairy, h. f. tubs, firsts lO&i.airMu.
Etfjrs Market dull in buyers favor. Iteoolpts
not lariro. Prices Irrc-Kular.
N, V. State, now laid, per doz. ...17 c.al7Ho.
Penn., new laid 17 o;si74c.
Wesiein It Northwestern, now laid
fancy 10!o. Vl
Western ic Northwestern, good to
prime , 1UH nl8)4o.
Jersey Hose, per hbl 1 OOal 61)
Sweet potatoes, Va., choice ...a AOa
Sweet potatoes, Va.. poor to fair 1 60bS 35
Yams, eouthom, per nbl 1 75a3 t'
Bpiing chickens, oboloe, large per lb. .14 a
Spring otilokons, prime 13 al3U
Spilng chicken, common to mod turn.. IS alft
Fowls, Jersey, State & Pa.,lierlb l't al4
Fowls, western & southui u, ier lb 13aH
Turkeys, mixed, er lb 10 u
Dukes, western, per pair BO a7fl
Licese, western, per pair 1 lioal 60
Turkeys, mlxod welsrhts. ner lb 13
Sp'g ohk's, Phils., 4Cia lb to p.iir.,..80
hick's. 1'hlL under 3M lbs to mir.lH
Sp'g cluck's, wesl'n, dry p'k'd ler lli.lp
Sp'cliiek's, west'11, prime, larirosto..l
uiu cocks, western, prime. Tier in..
Snrimr duoks. eastern, ner III 10
Soring duolts. wi-Mern. nor lb 8 nL
Uoeee, lioston, pur lb 17 ulflj
Mil. It DcL, yellow, fanoy, Jbntk
Md. & Del., yoilow, choice, jier bask. .
Md. & Del., yellow, poor to g'd busk. .
Ud. & Del,, red fruit, choice, bosk. . . .
Md. & Del., red fruit, u'r to ir'd. busk.
Jersey, prime, per basket 00a
Jersey, oommou to fair, per basket. . . ISu
Jlu. A. Del., choice, perorate 30a 40
Md. ft Del., common, pe. orute 30a SS
Nyai k or Holland Pippin, per d.-h.bl.l Oual US
Nyack 1 ippiu, oiien notuls i''a 72
Sour Hough, Imnd-ploked, bbl 1 Ulul 35
Sweet Hough, hand picked, bbl 70a I OO
Windfalls, )ier bbl 40a 00
Cabbaue, per 100 3 00o3 51
Cucumber pickles, per 1,000 1 tKial 50
Egg plant. Jersey, per bbl 1 OOal 40
Lima bonus, south Jersey, per hag. . . 1 ."ua
QuioiM, Md. Si Va., potato, pur buk . . .3 iX'uM 50
Onions Jersey, ior bbl . ., 3 00u2 60
Onions Conn., red, per bbl 1 T.'Wj 00
Onions, Ktate, yellow, r hbl 3 fioatf 75
Turnips, Jersey, HuasU, iier bbl 75al 00
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is tho groat
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
Thero is no tonic for child
ren equal to 3, 5-
tieaid for our treatise on Blood sai
Brrurs Bvxaano Co., Atlsnts, Cte
REPRIEVED IN TIME
A Double Execution Postponed
nt tlio Last Moment.
THE PARTIES ON THE SCAFFOLD.
Blaok Oaps Wen Over Their Head and
Nooaet Abottt Their Necks.
The Governor's Seeretary lluiihcd In When
tho SlirrlfrWns About to full tlm Fatal
Tllfgor Oreat HseHelnnut Among the
Sprctntors Tlly I.nutlty 3Iuriuurod
CoLtnuiiA, 8.C., Aug. 16. David Jacobs
ami Mrs. Mary Johueon, who wero sen
tenced to be banged at Chesterfield for
the murder ot William Johnson, the
woman's husband, were respited by the
Governor until Sept. 4, and tho respite
came after they had takeu their places
on the soaftold, and the nooses had been
ndjueted around their neoks and every
preparation made tor the double execu
tion. The town was crowded with people
from many miles around. The culprits,
while protesting their Innocence, made
nil preparations for death, although
they looked for a reprieve up to noon.
At 1 o'clock they were led out to the
gallows. Both were calm aud seemed to
have nerved themselvos tor the terrible
Without any unnecessary delay they
were placed upon tbe fatal trap, their
arms aud legs were pinioned and the
ropes adjusted about their necks. They
wero theu asked if they desired to make
Jacobs replied that ho had mado his
statement twice lu court, that was tho
only statement he hnd to niako and he
did not euro to repent it.
Mary Johnson said sho told the - truth
nil the time, that sho was not guilty;
the people had sworn falsely and brought
her where sho was.
The last prayer had beon flmshod by
their spiritual adviser, farewells had
been said, and Sheriff Douglas was about
to step aside to pull the fatal trigger,
when suddenly a man made his appear
ance. He was Mr. Tompkins, the Governor's
private aecretiir.,, who had boen sent as a
special messenger to bear the reprievo,
which was handed to tlio sheriff, who
rend it aloud. Up to this time no emo
tion had been shown by either prisoner.
Thi woman's stolidity then gave wav
and sho beoamo bysterlonl. Jacobs, al
though ovldently terrified at 11 rat, now
became more composed. The crowd in
the inclosuro loudly murmured their dis
appointment, but the two figures on the
gallows uttered not a word.
The black caps wero qulokly removed
from their faces, tho nooses slipped from
around their heads, the cords which
bound their legi aud arms out loose and
the two wretolies were quietly conducted
back to their colls in tho jail.
THE JESSE JAMES STYLE.
GnmLU-rs llidd Up at Noun anil Forced
1o Suvrvnilnr Tholr Money.
Dayton, 0., Aug. 15. A boldly con
ceived robbery, which has n touch of the
Jesse James method, occurred about the
noon hour hero.
Samuel Wagner & Son keep a palatial
saloon, with gambling rooms upitairs, at
No. 10 South Main street. During tho
past three days a stranger, who claimed
Chattanooga, Tonn., as his home, has
been playing faro bank and lost u large
sum of money. Early in the morning
the stranger went broke and begged for
a lo n. Sam Waguer, Sr., accommodated
him aud the stranger signed "iC E. Po
leng" to a receipt. Poleng went out and
lost $10 against another faro bank. With
the remainder he bought himself a double-action
At noon Poleng entered Wagner's gam
bling rooms. Steve and Bill Le Compte,
well-known gamblers, and S. Wagner,
Sr., were tbe only occupants of the room.
Pulling out his revolver, Poleng ordered
Waguer to hand over the bauk roll.
"I will kill two of you and then shoot
myself," grimly said the robber. The
roll, amounting to $196, was handed out
and Poleng coolly made his escape, pre
senting his revolver at several persons
who attempted to detain him. No traoe
of him has yet been found.
Many Oauultt by the llosu Company.
New York, Aug. 15. Tli6 closed of
fices of the agentu of the American Trust
Company, at 178 Broadway, are visited
dally by out of town people who have
lost money by the company. Tbe mail
Hgcr ot the conoern, Adalbert L. East
man, has disappeared. During the'past
,04 houis oomplnintH have oome from
various towns In Maine, saying that peo
ple there have trusted their money to
the American Trust Company and are
News from the Ilorv Kuoers.
London, Aug. 15. Captain Walte of
the British steamer Barrowtnore, from
Baltimore, reports that on August 10
lie spoke the American dory, Mermaid,
in latitude 47, N., longitude 35, W. Oap
taln Audrews, of the dory, stated that
he was well nnd his boat lu trood condi
tion. The dory Sea Serpent, with whioh
the Mermaid started on a race across the
Atlantic, arrived at Cnveraok, August 5.
An Amarleau War Ship Wanted.
San Francisco, Aug. 15. Mrs. Robert
Louis Steveusou writes to a. friend in
this olty from Apia, under date ot July
16, ae follows: "We live iu ooDSUot
tumult of threatened war and massacre
of the whites. There are no mea-of-war
here hut ono German ship, aud that
doesn't count, as it only makes more
trouble. I wish our oountry would send
us u ship."
Murphy Won the Fight.
Nsw York, Aug. 15. Advices from
Sydney, N. S. W., state that the prise
fight between Billy Murphy aud Young
GrllUu, tor a pure of $1,250 and the light
weight chauipiouehtp of tbe world, ended,
in Murphy winning la 17 rounds.
Anthracite Coal to Advance.
FniLADKLFHlA, Aug, 15. The Ksadlng
Coal and Iron Company announces that
prices ot nutbraolte oosl at tide will be
sdvauoed Sopt. 1, as follows: Egg and
chestnut 15 cents nnd stovu 'id cents.
Swindle! y forgot a.
Hondo ut, N v, vj r iw, gitb
forgers ha -minted uk , i w.i'iy here
for the pa ' 'ei, le.y .hri; -.t-uoV ct ;iers
and retail r ., n h . n 1 ive W ,m,ni) lied.
SEE MY SPONGE?
AS 1 DID
ONCE. A MONTH ;
OTHER DAYS, WASH THEM CLEArr
WITH WET SPONGE
LADIES, IT COSTS
cent a foot
to ehfsnge the ppe.raricebf ol !
Furniture eo eomolelelv tin it.
your hue bands will think it iu new.
will DO IT ash ron it.
WOliPP RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
CHEAP STRONG ,
ZOothor style-, 5- Vc- jIcpi. to u,t ni
WH.Alt.USA SUMS I'l'ILAi'KLlUIA.
Moi'i i.v n 11 d .1 I '
Ask my ngents ("or W. L. Ilonelae HIioph.
ir not for nl In or Hlnce nl. jour
ilenler in hciiii for cnttilonne, secure the
HKeimy. and net theni for you.
W" TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
0 L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE GEN?LErV1EN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It If) a seumlufis aliou, w itli no tucka or wax tbr n!
ta hui t tuo feot, rrnuU ot thu iK'itt lino calf, nt h-i
nnrt t'ttsy, and bvtxiune ir make more thoc of thi
grade than any othi'r maiiifarhiier. It fqunla liaml
se wed HhM' iMwthiK fr. t.U) to
ffitt 00 ( Jotinlno IIiHl-ffeve!. tlio tineitt .Ut
flvw t-ver otTfroil for frt.M), equaltt Frencb
Impurtod siH'i r wlj Ifh i'ot from fc'-UHi to $1J IM.
00 llntiiUScnrd vt nIkip. lino cnlf,
styllrth, roniforiablo Ami diirul)ir. Thetu t
shoo epr oflcrt.Ml nt ihtn iiilcn wntiie urade as cun-toiii-made
hliocs eoathiK from fft.U to tlt.00,
All 50 INiller HIiom Farmors. '.ail road M n
aud l,fttiT('iirrk'rsnIl wen r them; iUiuculi,
scamloHgs BiiuHttU Uif If, lttitvy threo soles, cxtfii
Alon edgf. Otio polr will wtar nytar.
Att 5(1 ti ralTi uo tjMtiiT rIioo ever offcri-d at
wi this prion; one trial will convince ttiono
wlin want a shof- fttr comfort ami aurvlce.
''5 mikI 00 V'orkliiDiiiuiif ehois
itVAa re very strong and tlurnble. YJiotw who
have kIvuu tbym u trial will weir no other nmko.
B9nV &' &i00 nuil $1.75 school choen urn
U sJJ 9 worn ly tho Itoyn ovury where; they sell
on their merits, ns tho lncrtalug Rales show.
3 nriiAtx Sji'OO IInndNrui'd shoe, ht-hfi
ClUlvO Poinrola, voryHtyllsh; equals French
imported shoes coathiK from $!.U) toj&G.ixl.
l7iidio 'J. no, S'JI.OI) mill Cl.rS Rhoe for
Misses are tho bf nt flue Uougolo. StyllHh uud durable
('uuiIdh.-fite that W. L. Doiidlas' lmnio und,
prloy are statu ped ou tho lottnm of each shoe.
W. I,. DOUUlsAS, Urockton, Mass.
Netv lirm New Stock.
Green Truck, Fine Giocsvies,
Delaware roe shad and o'.her free'i fish right
from the Loots on Itldeys. Kieeh
Groeus from the South.
Evan's Building, B. Centre St.
U.K. WilliaMi' olditmul)
Everything-new and fresh. Goods delivered
to any part 01 town.
R. C. KNIGHT Sc SOW.
W. S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe' Stove,
(ties teller's old stand,)
Corner Coal Hint jHriltn BIN.
Mr. Hnvder will always keen In slock a fine
line ot boots and shoes.
CHgtoiu AVorU and KepMlrliix:
done In the best style, lie guarantees to sell
cheaper than eotnjietttors or Main street who
have big lent to iy, and gustsutees a genu-
juw iwrBaiu on every purciiaee.
FIRE INSURANCE !
uftt u. lUnl ltlii.lt hrerj iu Cmnii
Kepres entd by
ISO t), JftMln treet
Pure Ice Cream !
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Orders promptly ntlcndrd to. Particular at
tention paid to Halls, Picnics,
NOUTlI MAIN BTKKK1',
Near Corner of Lloyd, SHENANDOAH, PENNA,