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FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
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nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
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When one is Ihhous or Constipated
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aro used In its preparation. It has
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economical, costing less than one cent
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strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for Invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocors everywhere.
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Nearly every pattern of 5a Horse
Blanket is imitated in color and
style. In most cases the imitation
looks just as good as the genuine,
but it hasn't the warp threads, and
so lacks strength, and while it sells
for only a little less than the genu
ine it isn't worth one-half as much.
The fact that . Horse Blankets
are copied is strong evidence
that they are THE STANDARD,
and every buyer should see that
the 5A trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
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'RETTY MESS, THIS
Ohio, Indiana and Illinois at
BOUNDARY LINES IN DISPUTE.
Two Hundred Thousand of Indiana's
Population May Belong to Ohio.
Tlie World's Tnlr Site Said to Ho In In-
tllnna -Surveyors Ilrlbeit by ttie Early
Traders-Twelve Thousand Square Miles
In tin. Territory In Question A Compli
cation That Is I.lkcly to Cnuse Much
Wasiiinoton, Nov. 0. Word ia re
ceived here that the report of Profeaior
Mendennall, chief of the surveying
party sont out by the National govern
ment to locate the boundary line be
tween Ohio and Indiana, la ready for
submission. This boundary line haa
been in disputo for somo time.
The facts found by the surveyors are,
as heretofore alleged, that the true line,
as declared when Ohio was organlzod
into a State, commences 12 miles west
ot the present boundary line at the
north and runs directly south to the
present lino botween Ohio and Indiana,
thus making a strip 200 miles long anil
of an average width of six miles 1,200
square miles to which the State of
Ohio lays claim.
The atrip described includes the cltlos
of Fort Wayne, Richmond, and Union
City, and has a population altogether ot
An Inquiry Into tho causes that led to
tho juggling of those boundary linos dis
closes that at tho time Ohio was made a
Stato there wore post traders located at
itichmond at Fort wayno whoso trade
with the Indians was very profitable.
If the line had been run correctly
these posts would have been taken Into
the new Stato of Ohio and the occupa
tion of tbeso traders would have beou
gone. The mist traders, it Is Bald,
bribed the stmey party winch located
tho line, and Richmond and Fort Wayuo
were left on the Indiana side.
The question is a very important and
complicated ono, for, should Ohio's
claims on Indiana be enforced, Indiana
would, on the same grounds, have cause
of action against Illinois.
The organic act of Ohio Axes tho west
ern boundary by a lino drawn due north
from tho mouth of the Great Miami.
The Ohio officials claim that a line north
would run into Indiana, taking the cities
of Itichmond, Cutler, Union City and a
strip ot territory Irom a low Incites at
the Ohio Itlver to 1 miles at tho north
orn boundary, throwing half of Steuben
County into Ohio and about ono-thlrd of
It is also cl a I mod that tho boundary
line between Illinois and Indiana is too
far east, and that when it is corrected a
large part of Chicago, Including the
World's Fair site, will be in Indiana.
Last winter Governor Campboll
brought the matter of the disputed
boundary before the Ohio Legislature,
and a resolution was adopted asking
thnt the United States Coast and Geo
detic Survey run tho line over.
Forged the Kudnrsoment
AcoUsta, Mo., Nov. 0. A. E. Blanch
ard of Kansas City, Mo., wait arrested
here yesterday, charged with embezzling
$3,100. A man named Clarko of Now
Portland sent $2,100 to Blanchard for
investment. He received a gilt edged
mortgage, but, recently, for somo rea
son, he becamo suspicious of the securi
ty, aud had Blanchard arrosted. Hlanch
ard has admitted forging the endorse
ment on the mortgage, and raised tho
money, which ho has refunded to Clark.
Blanchard was hold as a witness on a
cose now in court.
Dlscustcd With Thulr Mosslah.
Rdko, Nev., Nov. 0. The Indians who
are holding ghost dances in this vicinity
nud another delegation of Indians tribes
cast from tho Hocky Mountains have
been to Walker Lake to see Jack Wil
son, tho 1'lttte Messiah. Tho "Big
Braves" from the Kast are munh disap
pointed. Thoy expected to see a power
ful, brawny Messiah, musoularly devel
oped, but instead of that they And that
he is a very ordinary looking Indian.
Ho Was a rrominent Callfnrlilan.
Nashua, N. H., Nov. 9. Samuel II.
Centre, of San Francisco, aged 63 years,
who died suddenly iu this city Saturday,
had resided in California for several
years, but was a native of Massachus
etts, lie was superintendent of mines
in California at tho time of his death,
and has held prominent positions in tho
United Stutos Mint, and Custom House
in California. He came to this city last
week to visit relatives.
Mexico and the Fair.
Washington-, Nov. 8. The Latin-Am
erlcun Department of tho World's Co
lumbian Exposition Is Informed that the
Mexican Government will send a special
representative to Chicago at oncoto tako
charge of .Uexicau interests tnure. uo
tnilcd instructions to the Govoruors of
the various States have been prepared,
and full directions are about to be is
sued. m'AY KNOI.AM liKl'.VlTIi:-).
The Connecticut Legislature will con
vene on Wednesday.
Tim Tinstnn X: Mains Railroad Com
pany has about $400,000 iu tho-JIavorlck
Terrlflc forest (Ires have been raging
for the past two days on tno mountains
near Beacon Falls, Conn.
Tho planing mill and factory of 11.
M. Keaton at lloultou, Me., was burned
yesterday, with a loss ot y,auu.
Fire In Orange, Mass., did $200,000
damage Saturday afternoon. It wa.
caused by tho explosion of a gasoline
Dr. II. M. Leach of Somervillo, Mass.,
has been arrested, charged with an at
tempt to criminally assaulta young lady
The grand jury of Boston has Indicted
tho Uev. Henry II. Hurfls, colored, pas
tor of the West End Baptist Church, for
"giving medicine with a criminal in
tent." Mrs. Armistead, colored, Is the
The remains of Commodore A. O.
Hobbs, tho noted look expert and super
intendent of the Union Metallic Cart
trldge Company, who died Friday iu
Bridgeport, Conn., will be cremated at
Fresh l'ond, L. L
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
HOW A WOMAN MOVES.
SELECTIONS FROM THE WRITINGS
OF THE DAN BURY NEWS MAN.
X Woman Prepares Herself for the Aw
ful Tusk ami Then Plunges Intel It
with a Feminine Uecklessnes That Is
ICopyrlghted by Leo & Slicpard, Boston, and
published by s peclal arrangement with them.
A woman's idea of moving is to wear
n pair of odd shoes, tier husband's linen
duster, a damaged hoopsklrt and a last
year's jockey turned hindside before.
Thus formidably attired, with a pocket
ful of screws, nails and picture cords
nud a limber Mailed case knife iu ono
hand aud a broom in tho other, sho is
prepared to believe that something is
about to bo done. The first move she
makes is tit tho parlor carpet. She takes
up two tacks in about fifteen minutes,
puts them in a pint saucer, and sets tho
saucer iu tho middle of the floor whero
it will not bo in tho way Then she
goes into tho hall to tell the carman to
be careful in bringing down tho largo
rocking chair, as iter mother gavo it to
After that sho darts Into tho kitchen, '
stops Btiddenly in the middlo of tho room, '
and says, "Now, what is It I was going
to do?" and then races up stairs with a
great bustlo on suddenly remembering
that a pair of vases were not packed
away with the bedding. But they wore
packed away, and when she discovers
the fact she comes back, saying that she
has so much to do sho don't really know
what sho is about. Afterward she draws
out the glassware to put it in a barrel,
and after packing away a couple of tum
blers and a salt cellar takes down her
dresses and examines them with as
much care as if she was going to a ball
and the carriage was already at the door.
In the midst of this survey she sud
denly thinks of something else and rushes
off to attend to it, the caseknife in ono
hand, tho broom in the other. When
tho stove Is taken down, she is there;
when tho bureau is being lifted, she is
in tho exact way of the man who is
going backward; when the carman gets
up on tho best chair to tako down a
frame, she is thero to rebuke him. She
attends to everything. Sho makes hor
husband go out doors aud clean his feet
She gets in the way when they aro mov
ing the Ice chest She leaves the dust
pau just where tho carman's assistant
can step on the handle and have it turu
with him at a most unfortunate time.
Sho gets the broomstick entangled with
her husband s legs, which makes him
Sho tries to lift a two bushol basket of
crockery, aud finding she can't do it,
tells tho carman she is not so strong as
she used to bo, and then contents herself
with carrying down an old wooden
chair which has just been brought up
stairs to be used in remftving things
from the walls, and which has to be
found ami brought up again by someone
else. But it is in loading that she
makes herself conspicuous. She brings
out a ten inch looking glass and wants
it laid on the bottom of the cart, aud
she. don't want anything else to go on
until Bhe can get her workbnsket. She
thinks the stove aud bedroom set should
ride together, and is quite confident that
if the bureau is permitted to stand ou
tho cart as it does it will never again be
fit to be seen. T he carman steps on her,
and walks over her, and is swearing all
the while down in his throat, but she
don't mind him.
She knows that that load isn't put on
as it ought to be, and that there is room
for lots of things yet She brings on a
clock, and a length of damaged stove
pipe, and a pair of old boots covered with
mildew, nud a small basket of empty
spice boxes, and an old gaitor, and tho
back of a wornout vest, und wants them
all put on the cart. She says there is
plenty of room, aud tho things will
come useful some time, and they don't
take up any room anyway; aud, just as
the curt is moving away, sho rushes
after it with a secondhand peach cau
stuffed with debris, which she success
fully introduces Into the load, and then
comes back In triumph. Aud while the
carman Is gone she is just as busy as
she can be telling the woman uext door
that she can put just three times as
much stun on that cart as is on it, and
If sho has got to move Rgain sho be
lieves she'll give right up and die.
Uselessness of a I'oultlce,
A Danbury boy of ten winters (not
like Una ono, however) stole a hanuonl
u Friday evening to serenade his girl
with, and was sending thunder aud
lightning through it when overhauled.
by his father and the owner. He says
there are places where n poultice won '
take hold worth a cent.
J. 21. Bailey.
U. . Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Lovers, like armies have no (rouble
until ufter they become engaged.
No Ohromo for Your Baby
In this off 't; hut it mothers will go to O
J McCarthy or J. M. Ilillan, the drug
gists, and got a freo sample bottle of Dr.
Hand's Colic Cure, there will be a well
baby for you.
The trees are dropping tho summer
anil. putting on their winter garb.
Alva's Braitlllan Hpeolflo Co. t-I wish to
hear my grateful testimony to the virtues ol
y nir in.iKiem cure fur king's evil
My nepbow, now nlue years old, born
scrolnlous, nud alUiclel with swellings, sore
yes, etc , In soils ot doctors and blood purl
tiers, kept growing worse, his health became
broken, his 11 en It was lull of lumps one
Hrgn one.ii running ore-and tne ease seemed
hopeless. One mouth's use of the Oscttis
Cure, to tue astonlshm-int of everyboly,
drove away the lumps, healed the sore, and
o ired the eyes.
lie has never felt or appeared so well In
years, -nil w reel that his life-lone troubles
nreu.idcr onuol of your wouderful medi
cine, I01 which we oaunot be toothaukful.
Mill. .Ikn.sIK WYN,
225 West 37th St.. New or.
Hold at Klrlln's Drug Btore, Ferguson House
Mock, -meuandoa .
SeleiitiflV men say that a wink oo
copies about the sixth of a second.
The American people are rapidly becoming
a race or nervous wrecks, and the following
sugge-ts tue uestre etty : Aipnonso itenipu-
lug, ot nuiier, ra., swmrs tnat wneu ms sou
was spiechless Irom St. Vitus dance l)r
"lies' great Itestnratlve Nervine curtd hint
Mrs. J. K Miller, of Valparaiso, and J. D.
avlor. or IXHtausnort. Hid., eao 1 gained 3)
pounds from tatting It. Mrs. II. A. Gardner,
of Vistula, ltd., was cured of 10 to SO con
vulsions a day, an.t much hoadicli', alasi-
one bottle. Trial hollies, and line books of
marvelous cures, fieo at U. II. Iiageuhuch.
the rtruagist, who recommends aud guaran
tees this uneqmiled remedy.
Now It is said we'll have twenty-five
anow storms this wluter.
Miloa' Rorve una Liver Plllo
new principle regulating the
Iver, i-tomach and I
new discovery. Dr. Miles' I'llls hpeedlly
juie biliousness, bud taste, torpid liver, plies,
.onstlpatlon. Itnequaled lor men, women,
hllrtren. Bmalltsl. mil. Jet. surest! 51 doses.
iVts. Hainples free, at V. II. llagcnbuch's
McKinloy hals will now bo popular
Heart disease Is by far the most frequent
cause of suddeu death, which In three out of
tour cases Is unsuspected. The nymptoms aro
uot generally understood. These urc: lying
in the right side, Rhort bteath, paluordls
iress In bide back or shoulder. Irregular
pulse, abthma, weult and hungry spells; wind
In stomach, swelling o: ankles or dropsy,
oppression, dry co.isli aud nmotliormc. l)r
vines' Illustrated hook on Heart Disease. Iree
ato. II. Hiigetibueb, who sell aud guarantee
Dr. Miles' miequaled New Heart Cure, and his
KesloratUo Nervine, which cures nervous
ness, headache, sleeplessness elleclsof drink-
ng, etc, it contains no opiates,
Tadv nartiej aro colnir to be popular
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you heed the warning? Tue tlgnsl per
iaps of tho sure approach of that moro ter
ihle dlsea-e. Consumption. Ask yourselves
.1 you can afford for the sake or saving 50
en ts, to run the risk aud do nothing for it.
vVo know from experience that Shlloh's Ours
rill Cure our Cough. It never falls. Thli
'xplslns why more than a Million Uotilei
Vbre sold the past year. It relieves Croup
tod Whopping Cough at once Mothers do
ml be without It. For Lame liacit, Hide oi
:ust, nm Million's Porous Plaster. Hold by
!. II. Ifagenbuch, N. 15. corner Main aud
Less thau two
mouths of 1801 now
reiii'tlns to lis.
Shiloh's Consumption Ouro.
This Is beyond questlou the most sac-
jesMiul Cough Medicine we have ever sola,
t lew doses Invariably cure the worst oases ol
lough, Croup, and Brouchltls, while Its won.
lerfu! success In the cure of Consumption is
without a parallel In the history of medicine.
tlnce It's lirst discovery It has been sold on a
ruaranteo, a test which
no other medicine
an stand. It vou have a Coush we earnestly
isk you to try it. l'rlce 10 cents, 50 cents, and
ll.Ml. If your Lungs aro sore, Chest or Hack
ame, use Million's Porous Plaster. Hold br
J. II. llagenbticb, N. K, comer Main and
The miner is tho
man who gets
down to his work.
If you want to drive away Dyspepsia.
id evils arising from a disordered Liver use
nr. i.ee-s i.iver ueruiutor. inai uoiues iree
at Klrlln's drug store.
A Itovtled Saying.
The pen may be mightier than the
sword, but if you take two swords and
rivet them together near the center, you
will Imd that in many newspaper ofllcee
iney are rar migtuier than the pen, as
thoy have to do four-fifths of tho work.
Her Strong l'olnt.
At tho funeral of a woman in this
neighborhood, one day recently, a sym
pathetic and admiring neighbor volun
teered the information that "for patient
resignation the corpse could dance all
around tiny woman living."
Nights ol Labor.
A Liberty street mau makes a com
plaint to the police of his wife, who eats
dry cake In bed. If the police won't
help hint, he is going to get a suit of un
derclothes made of sheet iron and wear
them nights. J. M. Uailky,
A Lingering Joy.
The reason an urchin gavo for being
late at school Monday was that the boy
in the next house was going to have a
dressing dowu with a bedcord nud ho
waited to hoar him howl.
A man who applied to ono of our citl
ions for help for his destitute children,
being usked what ho needed, said he was
not particular. "If he couldu t get ureau
he would tako tobacco."
J. M. Bailey,
IMKNULVS II TTKIta.
Tim HnrrliiRlnn Will Make Matter Warm
for U llllnm O ltl lell.
Duntlif, Nov. 0. Timothy Harrington,
in au interview last night, said that ho
hml just come Into the possession of tho
original copies of Mr. I'arneU's date of
the late leader's parleying with tho
representatives of the McCarthy faction
at Boulogne. These, Mr. Harrington
said he would certainly publish within
He added that the documents would
prove very unpleasant reading for Mr.
O'Brien and his Liberal friends, and
would confirm fully his own aud Mr.
Redmond's statements of what had oc
curred at lloulogno, which thoy had
made from memory.
Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Harrington declared,
had wilfully suppressed letters which
would vindicate Mr. I'arneU's motives
und explain his position.
The originals would show that Mr.
I'arneU's object was to obtain such as
surance from tho Liberal leaders as
would render It Impossible for them to
backslide from Home Rule. Mr. O'Urien
really represented the Liberals In the
conference, and Informed them by letter
from tlmo to time of the progress of his
trnatings with Mr. I'arnell.
The dual failure of tho conference was
not duo to the obstinaoy of Mr. I'arnell,
as had lieon represented, but to the re
fusal ot Mr. Gladstone and his col
leagues to give any assurance of their
adherence to former pledges. Mr. Glad
stone's letter to Mr, Gosohen. denying
any connection with the conference, was,
Mr. Harrington said, like most ot tho
Liberal leader's utterances, difficult to
SEW AND rATAI. IIISIIASI:.
Asiatic ltlack Tnii?u, Makes Its Appear
ance In Indiana.
Frankfort, Ind., Nov. 0. Anew and
dreadfully fatal disease has made Its
appearance near Mirklin, Ind.
A few days ago one of the children in
the family of John Wyman was nttaoked
with n peculiar disease that ballled all
medical skill, and in 43 hours tho child
was dead. One nttor the other tho chil
dren out of a family of four contracted
tho disease and died. Two days ago
tho mother, Mrs. Wyman, died. Tho
father and husband Is loft a raving
Tho description of the disease Is al
most too dreadful to roallzo. For the
first few hours the patient is uflllcted
with a mild fever, the tongue then bo
comes inflamed and assumes huge pro
portions. The organ then turns very
black In color, decomposition sets in, and
in the paroxysms ot tho most lnteuso
sufferings death ensues.
Physicians sny the dlsoase ts known to
them only as it is described In medical
books and that its home is In Asia,
whoro among the natives It is as fatal
ns cholera. They call it Asiatic black
tongue and confess their utter Inability
to combat its deadly work. L'tter news
from the affected district says seven new
cases are report
OLAVE'S ALASKA KXPUDITION.
Hack Alter Sovon Years of Kxploratlon
Washington, Nov. 0. A. J. Glavo,
late ot Stunloy's exploring expedition,
who has beau In Alaska tor the last seven
years, has arrived at Victoria, B. C
after attempting to discover tho hoad
waters of Alaska River. Ho located tho
source about 1 10 mllos northeast of Mt. St.
Ellas and has, by his expedition, demon
strated the fact that tho whnlo of the
country east of Schwatka's Held of ex
plorations, is available for pack horses.
lie himself took aud brought btck
tour horses iu perfect condition. Here
tofore nothing but manual labo has
been employed In tho country traversed.
He has discovered and taken photo
graphic views of tho whole country ly
ing between .North Yukon and tho base
of tho bt. l.llas Alps, aud llmls it mora
suitable for trallic thau was over
Glavo 1b cominc direct to Washington i
to ask the United States government tor
au appropriation to enable him to open
up trails next season. -Mr. Ulave's
party was composed of himself and a
friend named Dalton. It was the small
est party that has over traversed tho
region. Thoy took 100 photographs and
report having discovered an enormously
rich copper mine.
1)111 III! ICII.L ui.usr.Lr?
Sllsslut: Lawyer Hard Itulleved to Have
' Coliltultted buielde.
RHAniNG, Ta., Nov 9. It is now be
lieved that Wllllan P. Bard, tho missing
lawyer, committed suicide, and a search
Is being made for his body. The
Schuylkill Canal was drawn oil yester
day opposite this city, aud the river
banks have been carefully examined,
but no trace ot his body has been
It is stntcd that he is some $3,000 be
hind In his accounts with the 1'unn Mu
tual Llfo Insurance Company ot Phila
delphia, and that ho also was unable to
pay over considerable sums ot money
which ho hold for various persons aud
estatos. The exact amount of his short
age cannot he ascertained, but it will b)
largely beyond his ability to pay.
m;hs or inn d.vv.
Sir John Oorst is slated for Financial
Secretary of the British Treasury.
San Kspirito, Brazil, has appropriated
00,000 subsidy for a steamer line to
Last night Samuel Stalling was shot
and killed by his mistress, Lucy Swur
thou, iu Denver.
Charles E. Vest a weulthy lumber,
dealer from Iowa, shot und fatally
wounded his wife at tho Brooklyn Hotel
iu San Francisco, aud then shot himself.
The President has appointed Fenton
R. McOreery of Uiohlgaa to be Secretary
of Legation at Santiago, Chili. He i
the son of Consul McO'reory ot Valpa
raiso. Two business buildings at Akron, O.,
occupied by Horriok & Son, crockery
dealers, and S. 11. lallerty, coufectlon
ery, collapsed Saturday. Several per
sons had narrow ocaps.
Washinc-tiii Nov. 0 -I'or New England:
Wurmor; southerly winds, rain to-ulgbu
For Eastern New York, Kastern renusyl
vunia. Now Jersey, Mnryl.tnd anl Delawnrei
Inorugslng ohmdlues and lulu to-nlgbt;
wanner, sjinherly winds; colder by to-mor
For Western New York an 1 W mtorn Penn
sylvania i Warmers southerly win U: fucrous-
Ing cloudiness and rulu to-nhtit.
SEE MY SPONGE?
AS I DID
ONCE. A MONTH ;
OTHER DAYS, WASH THEM ClEAfP
WITH WET SPONGE
LADIES, IT COSTS
cent a foot
to change the sppesrsnce o ol I
Furniture faO cnmnlrlplv Hull
your huabunda will think it is new.
WILL DO IT It "SA ASK TOR IT.
WOLFK it RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR TO MRMIU
Purities the blond by ex
pelling the impuiitifa through
tho proper cliHiiiielg and never
causes eruptions on tho skin.
Regulates the bowels Cures
dyspepsia, liver and kidney
troubles, tones up the system
und gives you an appetite.
Never fails I o cure any con
dition produced by impure or
impoverished blood, or a dis
ordered state of stomach, liver
Sold at Klrlln's Drug Store,
Ferguson's Hotel liloek, Shenandoah, Pa.
Ask my ngents for V. L. Douglas Hhoes
If tint tor sale In luur plueu usU roar
denier to send for cnlnloguc, necuro tho
tier, ami net tiieui lor you.
SjT-TAUL' NO SUllSTITUTE.-aU
W L- DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE GENTLETIEN
I THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
I It Is a seamless slice, w itli no melts or wax thread
to hurt the feet, made of the licbt tlno calf, styllsb
nud easy, auttttfmusi' u, wicUyi more nhocii of thim
prade Hum any otht r man tiftirturt'r. It equals liand-
frewed h lines costing fraii SI 'O t$5.to.
I CtCt till IJenului' Hnntl-NCMftt, the nnestcalt
I hhoo ever offered for $'UU equals French
I Imported shot s hlcli eost from SAO'lo
I CK3L " lliiuil-Sefil Welt Mine, line calf.
I Gmiidi. comfortable aud durable. Thobcst
Bli00 uu'r offered at this prlee : same Krado as cus
I tom-mada shoe e o'ttlitK from n.ai to Jt'UX).
I gen All llli,. Klutft I urmers. ltallroad Men
4&m and Irf'tterfai i iersull weartliem. tluocalf.
seamless, smooth lohlo, litavy three soles, exten.
slonecltxe. (me pair w 111 wear a year.
Q9 50 linn enlfi no better shoe ever offered at
I ,9s,. this prlee: oue trial will eouvluco thesa
. who want a shoe for coitifm t unit sen lee.
I CaO '-3 nud 8'J.tlO Worhliiuuiuii'H shoes
areata am very strouK aud durable. Those wha
lmo Klven them a trial u HI wear uo other make.
HhiimI lilt mill Ml.?.'i sehool shoes art.
KSsUjrSI worn by the loseeryuhere; theyseU
on their merits, the tuerrailus- s-desshow.
B -J i M:t.llll lliiiul.H..i.il shoe, best
SaUUILa D"!iinla, very stilh; epial3l'rcncU
lie ported shoes eostlni; front Sloiti S ol.
I.iulles' J.illl, i.OU mid SI. 7.5 shoo for
Misses uru the best fine Diiiiota. St llsh and durable.
Ciintlon, See that W. L. DoUKias' naino and
price ure stamped on the Itottum of each shoo.
,i . i uvuui.s. urocaiuu, juobs.
koq North Fourth St.,
Dot) bit. linui, Phu ii.aLri
th ii It riuuId U tiuan Ainrrieaa
p. - ilwt la th I'tiilM bttf who la
tt.l. to cure DlOOd Poison
Nervous Debility aoa spe
cial Dlseneos ttl MI-
bklnPlM-aifB. KedtpotiPalt)lo tb
Itli.tctiM, Hmiilfi, FrapUona, toft c
bard I'lcera, dwelling., Irriiatltt&H
luilunmailOD anJ Runnloga.
Eiricturtrif Weakness tod Ea)j
wy lot memory, wonk trvk mtntal anilely Kiaoty auo.
lilsutr iMieaMi tan an uiwa ruiim -
lulUeruloii or Ot. rwork Bt-cnt eawM. curM In 4 to 10
rllef at oooe. pa not 1ie hupp no matter what aayai-
thlntntnr, Qua-k, Famit or H.i.lial Pin Man 6m laiiM.
nr.Tirn '-"'"positively nw iuieu.ui..
blnr ttn "i "i. mi !- aoan .trntHixi mtmhiti4
rt h "f l'r n! 3' "tamp ft- bOOfe
'rRUTHM tpo-in Qq. tinV't nworn tritin t ItU.
tliii-i nMT itin in a r k w w " " -
tl'm R tft 1(1 Bun4a 9 till 11 Writ- or call ami to
Far (UhMuotii aoa Wwla. "4 flaiurda; TLUa. dally Tioafc
A FINE SHOW
If you want to see a Hue dtopitiy4 or Boots and
tsuoc, go 10
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stand,)
Curlier Coal and Jnrcllu Hits.
Custom Work nirl Rcpnlriugr
Done In the best style.
-'hea troubled wit'i ihoe b i..o,li. Irrfe'Ul" o.. t
iqaantlr f.dlcml-n 'i Ur .r.-ire, or froi. t it,.
.tJtlooal Waokui" ... 'lbs' 'hpir -I. tti i'
Use OR. On' HfjidE'ii Couratpu
EMALP REGULATING PILLS.
,, u e.Hni,. . .it., hi., r.. ftvn.f .it.rT
id mini. Hen
, BI.LUU't KU
Tj ft. imioKKn, m. j).,
PHYSICIAN AND SliliaJSON,
it: tf K.t Centre ftlrMt; ftUoanoy tnty, I'm
Ikln and all srsolsl dUtasw a specUlty,