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THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
niOst beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative tj perma
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pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy known to
CLEMSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one Is lhtious or Constipated
PUnt BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LELTP,
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uselhem. lavialsntiSceutsj live for $1. Soli
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TOLD BY A WOMAN
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iii res i 01 mo iuumorors oi
tho Kcator Brothers.
DISCOVKRED BY AN ACCIDENT.
Oas of tha Men's Wives, in Joaloas Rago,
Reveals tho Story,
Great Rejoicing Ovor the Capture Among
Farmeri Who Had Fearott fnr Tliolr
Lives Tho Murder Waa a l'artleillarlr
Atroeloua One Killed the Inoffensive
Old Men With Clubs to Obtain Their
WilkesbARiie, Pa., Nov, 12. Henry
Hlgglns ami Joseph Kveland, together
with their wives, were arrested yestordny
afternoon, charged with tho murder ot
the two old farmers named Kestor, which
occurred In 1880. The prisoners wore
lodged In jull. They were vlsltod by re
porters aud others, but absolutely ro
fused to talk of the murder or their
Tho arrests aro considered as a good
ploco of detective work. There Is groat
rejoicing over tho arrests among farmers,
who have long dreaded that thoy might
meet a fate similar to the Kestars as
long as tho murderers were at largo.
All of tho prisoners have bad reputa
tions. The murdered men wore bachelor
brothers, living In Sugar Loaf township,
Luzerno County, and. tho crlino was
committed Oct. 15, 1883.
They worked a small farm, and were
reported to ho well-to-do. Thoy seldom
left their homo, and tho supposition win
that thoy kept their money In th e
The murderers made their way to tho
houso during the night. It was raining
very hard. The murdorers broke In tho
back door. A desperate struggle then
Tho brothors fought for their lives,
but they woro Anally ovorpowered. Tho
houso was ransacked from top to bot
tom, and whatover money was In tho
placo the murderers got.
A neighboring farmer who had some
business to transact with the Kesters
called tho next day. He ran away from
the Bight that mot Uls gaze. The mur
derers had used clubs In their work.
The whole neighborhood was aroused.
A posse scoured tho mountains and val
ley for tho murderers, but no trace ot
them could be found. The County Com
missioners offered $1,000 reward and tho
relatives of the victims offered $1,000
moro. Detectives took a hand In the
case, but all were uusuccessful.
A year ago tho Plnkerton men wore
put to work, and their labors havo boon
rewarded. A woman told the story of the
crimo. She quarreled with one of the
murderers, whoso mistress sho was, and
subsequently fell Into a trap laid by the
Kemeniberlnctho "Martyred" Annrohlsta
New Yoitn, Nor. 12. Cooper Union
Hall was packed last night with Anar
chists, who mot to commemorate the ex
ecution of Parsons, Engol and others
who were hanged for complicity in tho
Haymnrkot explosion at Chicago In
1878. Red Hugs and banners bearing
inscrlntion,nfUslind German woro
prom'"- 'miZfflmfjfSii momorlal
rwass- ,. -
"Jia general pasfUisp " ;nt of tho
"Arboit'er .innf." A .ailroad an
taken up in hohalt t! nf train eor
Cut Ills Throat With Ilrokcn Glass.
Philadelphia, Nov. 12. JohnC. Scott,
a young medical student from Galveston,
Texas, committed suicide In tho Gorinnu
Hospital yostorday by cutting his throat
with a broken piece of glass, whllo In a
lit of temporary insanity. Ho went to
tho hospital for treatment. Ho fought
desporntely with one of tho physicians
who attempted to bind up his wounds,
overturning all tho furniture In tho
room and covering It with his blood.
Jull lllrds Kacupo.
Coluiitjcs, C-i Nov. 12. At 1 o'clock
In tho morning tho prisoners In tho Mor
row County Jail, nt Mount Gllcad,
picked the lock and overpowering tho
nhorlff made a break for liberty. Every
prisoner escaped and nouo has so far boon
retaken. Among the number were the
Her. J. Gano, a wife murderer, and two
burglars, who are thought to bo danger
Pennsylvania's Olllelal Vote.
Hahmsbuiiq, Nor. 12. Tho official
vote of Pennsylvania Is as follows: Auditor-General
Gregg, Rep., 411,518:
Wright, Dein., 854,107;' Hague, Pro.,
18,100. Stato Treasurer Morrison, Rep.,
409,001; Tilden, Dem., 350,197; Drayton,
Pro., 18,070. For Constitutional Con
vention, 172,771; against, 410,542.
Senate Investigation Over.
IlAnnisnuito, Nor. 12. Yesterday
afternoon n vote was taken on Senator
Gobin's resolution, that Jtlie Senato Is
without jurisdiction In the cases of
Auditor-General McCamant and Stato
Treasurer lloyer, and It was agreed to
by a strict party vote Yoas, 28; nays,
10. Tho Senate then adjourned sino die.
Fortune for n Ilrlck Iuapoetor.
BALTiMoni;, Nov. 12. Mrs. Mary Ann
Pitcher, tho wife of Mr. Philip I.
Pitcher, inspoctor of brick nta Bolt Lino
shaft in this city, has just come Into a
fortune of $800,000 through tho death of
her fathor, Mr. Nathau Pumphrey, a
well-known truck farmer of Anno Aruu
The new electric road from WestChos
ter to Lenape Station Is open.
Cruelty to a kitten caused expulsion
of a boy from nchool In West Chester.
Two bands of horse thieves and high
waymen aro plundering Chester County
Tho town of McDonald had a narrow
escape fromdostructloa by Are yesterday
George E. Lawronoe, a Pittsburg law
yer, committed suioide at tho Everett
Houso, New York, yostordBy.
Dr. Paxson, of Chester, Is talked ot as
a strong candidate for bishop in tho
Two Pottstown merchants have ac
cepted checks from a slick sharper for
$12 each on $1 purchases, and then
learned that tho checks woro forgeries.
clighest of all in Leavening Power.
ABSOLUTE Of PURE
Tl.e rlltlon Was Dlsmlasetl,
IIoston, Nor. 12. Tho potttlon of the
Mutual One Year Benefit Order for a
writ ot mandamus against Insurance
Commissioner George S. Merrill was
dismissed by Justlco Holmos in the Su
premo Court yesterday. Tho petition
was brought by tho Order to compel tho
Commissioner to afllx his signature to
an order on the State Troasurer for the
sum of $10,X0, In the hands ot tho lat
ter as a part ot the roservo fund ot ths
Order. The Judgo decides that tho
Commissioner's authority in tho matter
Taking a Long Nap.
CoiitlAjjd, N. Y., Nor. 12. Miss Arn
old, of Dlodgott's Mills, has been In a
deep sleep since Sunday, and all efforts
to arouso her aro futllo. She has par
taken of no nourishment since Sunday.
Tho loo.il physicians aro greatly puzzled
orcr the case and aro at loss to account
for It. Miss Arnold has symptoms of
Struck by a Cyclone.
Pirrsnimo, Nov. 12. Tho now town
ot Kensington, 20 miles north of this
city, was visited by "a cyclone and hoavy
rain storm Tuesday night. A number '
of buildings in course of erection wero
l rocked. j
Una Three Wives Living.
Binqhamton, N. Y., Nov. 12. Dr.
Chas. A. Barnes, of Median lcsvlllo,
N. Y., was arrested here yesterday morn
ing. Ho has been married six times and
has three wives living.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
A blizzard 1b now raging in North
Ono hundred nnd twonty porsons havo
died of hunger In the ono parish of Ka
The province of Hunan, China is in
open revolt and Europeans thore aro ro
portod in peril.
The seventeenth nnnual convention of
the bankers ot tho United States is in
session at New Orloans.
Tho widow ot tho Right Hon. W. H.
Smith Is gazetted Viscountess Hnmblo
don with tho right of succosslon to male
Tho Commissioner of Patents denies
that ho has Issued any patent that can
be construed as an extension of the
Bell Telephone Patent.
A revolutionary movement has been
discovered In San Salvador, with a con
spiracy to assassinate tho Minister of War
Ezotn, brother of the President.
-TAKE: . wtssi9
7hooping Cough, Bronchitil aad Aathma, A crtila
tura ftr Conaumptlon la Or.l ataae., and a aura relbf la
advanced atagea. u.aatoaoa. You will aeo tho ex
aellent effect after taking the flret doe. Soil ay
aaaltre aTarjwHera. larja aaulaa, M eaate and fUW.
LEATHER and SHOt FINDINGS
3? J. CLEABT,
Dealer In ell kinds ol
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large aud first -class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
Iff W. CENTRE ST.,
Keiguson House building, SHENANDOAH, PA.
Fall and Winter Millinery.
Ill N. MAIN ST., S9BNAND0AQ.
Newly Refitted aud Renovated.
TONSORIAL : PARLORS !
J3X3C .Ou vxasr a-,
Hair Cuffing and Hair Dressing !
E. G. J. WADLINGER,
Under i'ostolllce llulldlnsr,
Main and Oak Sts., Shenandoah,
4a7-Hot and cold baths, Polite, prom t and
XT. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
COULDN'T STOP THE CAR.
The Ilrnke Didn't Work, nnd It Went
Into the Hirer.
Eastos, Pa., Nor. 12. About 10 p. m.
two passengers upon an electric car had
an oxporlenco which thoy are not likely
to forget. In nonsequenco of a sltppory
track and tho failuro ot the bra kes to
work proporly, It was found impossible
to stop the car at the top ot College
Hill, and It was soon beyond tho con
trol of the motor-man.
Down tho hill It plunged for fully a
quarter of a mile, gaining headwny In
its progress, until nt a curve It jumpod
the track and, at terrific speed, crashed
through tho Iron railing and ovor tho
side of the Buihkill bridge, falling Into
tho water 30 feet below. The car was a
Goorge Scliug, tho motor-man, re
mained nt his post nnd sustained a frac
ture of tho leg. Tho conductor had
Jumped off at tho top of the hill and os
caped without injury. Miss Salllo Mack
and Prof. Edler, the latter tho organist
ot Christ Lutheran Church, wero badly
bruised by the tall, but no boues woro
Tho nccldont was duo to tho lack ot
sand to ennblo tho whools to grip with
Oft in tho Stll'y Night
You'vo heard tho walling 'round you ;
Wind Colic and baby wero tho combina
tion. Dr. Hand's Co'ic Cure Is tho spoeifle.
Sample bottles free at O. J. McCarthy's or
J. M. Hillan'a drUK etoro.
Gxjse-bone nronheales are all In
favor of a still, old fashioned winter.
Alva's Brazilian Snectflo On. : I wish to
htar my grateful testimony to the virtues nl
y mr maglual cure f jr king's evil
My nephew, nnw nine years old, born
scrofulous, and allllctel with swellings, sore
eyes, etc.. In spita ot doctors and blood purl-
uei-H, uepi growing wurso, nis ueaiiti ofCAme
broken, his neck was lull nf lumps-one
Itrgn one,aruuulngRore nnd t tie cu 46 deemed
hopeless. One month's use of the ductus
uure. to ine asionisum u i or evervun.iv.
drove away the lumps, li-Mlo I tu j sore, and
unreu 1110 eyes.
He has never felt or anneared so well In
years, indwafeel that his life-long troubles
are under control of vour wonderful mprll-
cluo, lor which we cannot be too thankful.
tt!5 West Hth sL, New YorB,
Bold at Klrlln's Drag Utore.Kerguson Uoaue
The crack of doom ought to be heard
nt tue ureiiK or day.
The American neonle are ranldly becoming
a race of nervous wrecks, and the following
suggests the best remedy: Alphonso HempU
lug, 01 miner, t'a., swears tnaL wnea nis sou
waa speeciuess rrom Ml. Vitus nauce Jr
Miles' great Uestoratlvo Nervine cured him
Mrs.J.lt Miller, of Valnnrnlao. And .1.1)
Tavlor, of Loiransport, Ind., eao '. gained SO
pouuus irom uising it, Airs. ii. A. uaraner,
of Vistula. Ind.. wai cured of 40 to 60 con-
vuiNiuua u aay, anu mueu ncuudcn?, oizzi
nes. backache and nervous nrostratlou bv
one bottle. Trial bottles, and fine books of
uurvuiuu cures, nee ill u. II. iiatjeui'ucn,
ineiirugist, wno recommenas anuguarau
tecs this uncqnaled remedy.
Holiday Roods will boou be making
urigut tue suop wiuunws.
Miloa' ISiorvo nnd Llvor Pllla
vet on a new principle regulating the
.iver, stomach and bowels through the nerves
V new discovery. Dr. Miles' I'lljs speedily
onstlpallon. Unequaled lor men, women,
.'hlldren. Smallest, mll.lent,eureHt I 6)do8es,
iicts. Samples Kreo, at O. IL Ilasenbuch's
In a few weeks the smell of Christ
nma cakes will Bcent the ttir.
Heart disease Is bv far Ihe most freouent
euuoe of sudden death, which In three out of
four cases Is unsuspected. The symptoms aro
aotgenernlly understood. These are: lying
n the right side, short breath, rain or dls
iross In side, buc& or shoulder, Irregular
nuise, astnma, weal anu nutigry spells, wnm
In stomach, swelling ol ankles or dropsy,
opiire1ision,ury couituaua smoinering, ur.
V111C8' Illustrated book on Heart Disease, free
atO. II. Hagenbuch, who sell and guurantee
ur. linos' unequaien ew iieart uure, aun ins
liesiorano .nervine, wuicn cures nervouc.
aess, headache, slocplessncs effects of drink.
tug, etc. j.i coniaius no opiates.
Raking up tho fallen leaves Is now a
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you beertthe waning? The signal per
lansof thHsuronnnroacb of that more ter
if you can afford fnr the soke ot saving GO
rents, to ruu tue risK ana ao noinuiir ior u.
We knowfroci oxpsrlenoo that Hhlloh's Our
will Cure your Cough. It never falls. Thla
Dxplalns why moro than a Million Botllei
presold the past year. It relieves Croup
nd Whopplnt; Contih at once. Mothers do
not be wltho'it it. for Lame llacit, Bide or
L'heMt. useHhlloh's Porous i'iastar. Hold bv
O. H. Hajeubuch, N. K. comer Main and
Tlie politicians are now taking a
Shiloh'a Consumption Ouro.
This Is beyond question tue most suo-
3smIu1 Oouzu Medicine we nave ever sola,
lew doses Invariably cure tho worst rxsea oi
(Jonah, Croup, and llronchltls, wlule Its won
lerlul succeiB In tbe cure of (loiiHumpllou is
without a parallel In the history o( miadlclne.
Since it's nrsl illsoovery 11 Has ueeu sow on a
wnin no ottier raejiN
'rle M MjikHawUi, ua
fWa,-Ir IW Longs a
II. Uajonbuoh, N.
aresoro, .cnest or uacK
)KUH l"lalitr: HeTU by
li. corner iiain anu
Hunters are still banging away at
If vou want lo drive away Dvsnensln
Olilousness. Cuua'lnritlou. t'onr Annetde und
ail evils arising from a disordered Liver use
ur. uee B i.iver iteruiaior. xriai uoiiies iree
at Klrlln's drug store.
The Juice of the apple still continues
to now from the preox.
j a Nmuor.
0 t.o Jae6d4. sbulldln rner Main add Oseli
ANOTHER SUIT AGAINST HOEY.
fend fnr. 1 Aaka that tho .llnrtprnireo on the
llnllywnml Cottaira be Het italdp.
TnFNTO.v, N. J., Nov. 12. Another
suit was begun yesterday by Henry
HRttford, president of tho Adams Lx-
press Company, ngnlnst John Hoey. In
this case his wife, Joxephlne, and his
son, Frederick Hoey, nro also named as
defendants. It Is on a rulo to show
cause why nn Injunction should not be
granted by tho United States Circuit
Court against Hoey, preventing him
from collecting the dividends on tho
10,000 shares of Southern Express Com
pany stock that ho holds, and from dis
posing ot them and other socurltlos he
The rule asks that tho court decree
that this stock has been the property ot
tho Adams Express Company since Oct.
0, 1887, when It came Into tho possession
of John Hoey, nnd that tho settlement
betweon the defendant and tho com
pany In December, 1888, be sot aside.
It also asks that all the mortgages on
the Hollywood cottages, which woro exe
cuted since the beginning of the suit
hero, be sot nsldo, ns well as other mort
gages and assignments, nnd that they
borovlved and continued as liens against
It further asks that Josonhlno Hooy
bo debarred from nil dower rights In
these mortgaged premises In which sho
mado joint execution, and that the leases
now held by Fred. C. Hoey bo declared
void, because thoy wero mado to defraud
tho company, and that Hoey bo made to
return to Adams Express Company bor
rowed money and socurltlos. Tho court
is nlso asked that Mrs, Josophlno Hoey
be enjoinod from trnnsforring any
Judge Green has Issued an ordor that
Hoey transfer no proporty, nor shall his
Disastrous Wreck On the Illinois Ccntrnl
Noar .Inokaon, Tenn
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 12. On tho
Illinois Ccntrnl, 12 miles north ot Jack
son, nt 2 o'clock yostordny aftornoon, a
south-bound passenger train nnd ono
north-bound came together In a valley,
both running down hill at tho rata of 40
miles an hour. Both onginos wero re
versed, but without offoct.
ino engines wero crushed to pieces. A
smoking car was telescoped und freight
cars wero piled ono on another.
four men woro Instantly killed, ono
fatally wounded and several othors
A number ot other passengers re
ceived cuts and brulsos. Engineer Staloy,
ot the passenger train, leaped from his
The accident was canscd by Engineer
Illllsinan of the freight train pulling out
of Oaktiold on tho passenger train's
The Kttgiiiee-r Waa Killed.
Elmira, N. Y., Nov. 12. Train 8, a
fast express, jumped the track at
Adrian, between Horuellsvlllo and El
mira, at 12:50 yesterday afternoon. En
gineer James Stlckney was killed, and
throe or four passengers were slightly
Injured, Tho cause ot tho accident is
Tha Sisters of llulli.
IlAniilsnuna, Pn., Nov.- 12. A new
nnd novel political organization Is to bo
formod in Harrishurg by n number of
prominent ladles of the Democratic be
lloi, characterized by sincere nlfectlon
for Mrs, Cleveland, great rospect for
Grover Clevelnnd and unbounded admir
ation for Baby Until. Tho society Is to
call it "Tho Sisters of Bath." and its
oiiject will bo to Install that little liuiy
In tho White Houso nursory.
A llusr Dofeltder Hnnurod.
CnAWFOltnsviLLE, Ind,, Nov. 12. Miss
Emma Connor, tho school tonchor of
Clark Township, noar Ladoga, who had
a Hag torn down from her school-house
by three men who had n grudge against
her, and who put It back and dolled tho
lnon to attempt to roruovo it again, was
given a handsome silk Hag in tho Young
Men's Christian Association building In
this city last tiight. Many prominent
mon wero present.
KlopcU With a I'ormer r.nvor.
WooDliunr, N. J., Nov. 12. Tho wlfo
of Frank Van Horn, ot this placo, has
eloped with a former lover, Frank How
ard of Philadelphia, who Is a married
man. She left hor husband, tolling him
that she would nover return. Sho is 23
yenrs old and very pretty, and has bson
stage struck tor a loug time.
lias lleeu lioclaroil Insane.
Bed Bank, N. J., Nov 12 Joseph
Hook, 32 years old, who, when a boarder
In tho houso of David Kiddle, a llttlo
over a month ngo, broke In the bedroom
ot Maggie Kiddle and Lizzie liyder and
nttomptod to assault them, but was
frlghtonod away by their screams, bus
been doclarod lnsnno.
The Junta and Chilian Affairs.
London, Nov. 12. Advices aro re
ceived from Chill that the Junta, in an
address, hns restored command ot affairs
to Congress, specially urging upon that
body the necessity of promptly organ
izing tho nrmyund uavy.
Cut Her Throat With a llnzor.
Elizabeth, N. J., Nor. 12. Miss
Annie C. Kenal, wifo of a Singer Works
oinploye, oonimlttod suicide yesterday
by cutting her throat with a raaor while
NEW YORK NEWS IN BRIEF
The complexion of the Now York
legislature Is still in doubt.
Mayor Grant of New York left for
Nowry, Ireland, yesterday, where his
mint is very 111.
Judgo Goorge L. Ingrnhnm ot New
York makes nlAdavtt that his eliwtldn
Barnard Tminlu, a Now York trwler,
whs klUd bf UM MonMalr express on
the 1),, L. & W. toad yesterday.
Governor Hill tins reserved ills decision
In tho matter of tho rauioval of County
Clerk Conway ot Henssalaer County.
Mrs. Hannah Mother of Glens Kails 1
102 years old. Sho Is n) aotlvo as a
woman ot U0, aud her mental powers
A big opium smuggling schema has
been unearthed at the New York Custom
House. Thos. E. Clime, ot Provldenoe,
It. I., was arrested yesterday for alleged
Wulton J. Osborno, n well-known lum
ber denier ot Rochester, has joined tho
Canadian colony. Ho is charged with
making way with funds of tho Speuoer
lllpley Memorial M. K. Church, of whtoh
lie was treasurer.
SEE MY SPONGE?
A3 J DID
ONCE A MONTH :
OTHER DAYS, WASH THEM CLEAfO
tlllTU Itrrr- rnn ,r rtr.
niinriLi orurs u c &,,,j,iKhd
LADIES, IT COSTS
cent a foot
Furniturn act ..
yoUr hubbunds Will think it is now.
WILL nn frWOi .
WOIiPP & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
Purifies tho blood by ex
pelling tho impmities through
tho proper chftnt'ols find never
causes eruptions on tho skin.
Regulates the bowels. Cures
dyspepsia, liver and kidney
troubles, tones up the system
vnd gives you an appetite.
Never fails t o cure any con
dition produced by impure or
impoverished blood, or a dis
ordered stato of stomach, liver
Sold at Klrlln's Drug Store,
Ferguson's Hotel llloctc, Shenandoah, Pa.
Ak my ngcitfs for W. I., Ilouulns Bhoea.
If lint for sale In your place nsk your
ilenlnr to ni'nd for rntnlngnr, securo the
nEcucy, ami get them for you.
OT TAKE NO tSUUSTITUTE.I
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE JN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It H a spiunless shoe, with uo tacks or wax thrrtut
to hurt tho feet, made of tho best itoo calf, stvlUli
and eay, ami because ire make more thorn of this
grade than any other ma mtf art utert It equals baud
sowed shoea costing from 84X0 to$j.00,
tCC 00 (icimliH? Hnmt-Mt'ticil, tho finest calt
bhoo ever ofTert-d for 63AM t equals Frencli
Imported shoes which cohi from $s,ooto1200.
CiA. 00 Hnml-Sewed Well Shoe, ilno calf.
PaTa stylish, comfortable and du ruble. The best
shoo ever otTered at this price i samo Krndo as cus
tnm-mado shot" costing from 6o.M to $V.0U.
(RO 10 I'nllro Mkdm Farmers, Hall road Mfti
V ud letter Carrlersall wear them; tlnoealf,
St-amlcn, smooth Inside, heavy threo soles, extea
slou edBo. Ono pair will wear aycar.
C3 Mi fine cnlfi no better hoo ver offered at
U( thU prh-t'i ono trial will rmtvluco thoso
who want n shoo fnr comfort and service.
CO '!3 mid Si'.MK) WorUliiirmitti'N shoes
P&m nro very utrouK nnd durable. 'Ihoso who
havo given them n trial win wear no other m a ice.
ivnrn livtlm ImvHnvf rvwhprc! thevaell
on tlieTr merits, n. tlio tucrcualiig sales show.
I rliccl'1111 I1ihhI-b.h il shoe, l.cst
IbaCIU l?S l;imKola, vcrystyllBlncnualarrencU
liu ported shoes cnatiiiRfmni 81.01 tn stl.txl.
1, nillcr.' i.no, nnil 1.7.1 shoe for
Misses are the best fine Uongola. .stylish and durable.
ihliltlon.-Scc that W. I,. Douglas' namo and
prlco are stamped on the twittoni of each shoo.
W. h, UOUULAS, Brockton, llaas.
coo North Fourth St..
UUO tel. Green, I'milidiu-bu
tb i-nlf t.ifDula Utna Amrrieu
BpcuUlUt in tn United Pu-i bo U
ftbls to core Qlood PoUon,
Nervous Debility "4 8p4,
clal Oisenses sf
btla DImkm-b. Km1 Hpoti Ffclrji la Ui
Blotche. riropki, Eruptjoni, Mft t
hurd t'lofri, tiwelllngf. IniUttoni,
loRunniationi ni fionnlact,
buioLurt. WeakDrM and Karlr
deer. 1ot memory w trk, menttl nittT, Kllney wl
HUIlcr PIhui and all PleM rultln from
lufltiort-tlon or OTerwork. Bcnt eai eurM tn to 10 aJ1
relief kl oaoc Vo not hope, do mattfr wbtl M'er
Uilux Doctor, Quack, Funllj or lioiitut Phyitflao t "IM.
Dr. THE El. eurcs positively "4 ,"t detnUn frott
ttnlnnu, oit, touk. winDii or awtiimb CoiTixfiiTi
wuiii.a!. r1.-h ir joor. h-u4 f ltmp Ihr bOOK
"TRUTH0 ipoiliil Quaclat onlcr tw.irn tnlmnDUl.
IhiUMf, dilT fr-m 9 to . V U 6 lo 9. VTM and Bsl.
Ir'i S fc 10. Hon-l.T 9 till Vriw or f and U
Yor lUfoMQoea ! VTada. ""d SturJj PMla. dali ThW
A FINE SHOW
If you want to sen a line d'splay of It no la and
nuueM, go to
W. S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
corner CaaHl and Jardm Hih.
Custom Worlc und Rcpalrliisr
Done In the beet tlyle.
.VI. i. n.mhlui1 ullVi nn nm li t Tl ttlilllllirUll
'ipquwitly fjllou.K h i i. 1 i r.xp..-ur, or froi-;n
iUtatIotal WwtlilKihW' ) iw,, ult'tr to ti'tir I, shcut.)
Use OR DuCHO.Ne'ft Olebrutea
FEtfALE REGULATING PILLR.
rharar gtraogtbuutua t.ithe entire ayalrr . 31art
.in, aiiiorimd m..Kncti' for a'n all foKit'uasefljoilr
ud mini, gent DJ ir-lt. wounrfr aM.lsd,M. iiilK
Or. Hartr SIcH'ii p C.i.. ST. LOUIS. MO
It. imiOKEH, M. S3.,
PBYSIOTAN AND S DI19EON,
Note Bast Centre Htreet; Mahauoy City, r
Utln and all special diseases a specialty.
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUGLAS