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Fitchburg Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1889, Fitchburg, Massachusetts NICHOL ittlik tJ r entkl MAY 1889. T'l if i Merchandise at Prices Never Before Known in Fitchburg. CKONLVS MPBDEBER8 ISDICTED. May Dotet.-tivo Daniel Underwear Department Another small 16 dozen Ladies' White Jersey Rib'd The same Vest that we seld an entire case of' three weeks ago last Two for 25 THE CHAMPION Ayer's leads an others in aod popularity. It tones up the Improves tne strengthens the and vitalizes tho Blood. Just what you need. Try it. T am selling your goods and more ol Ayer's Sarsaparilla all oiher Wood- medicines put A. Me Grand Mich. Ayer's Prepared bv Dr. J. C. Aver Mass. Price f 5. Worth f UtUe. We shall close at the same price. Positively all we shall have this season. ft One Case Gents' Colored Shirts and For Beauty of Birlcf ty and Canton. Uui All good fine always retailed at 50 Our jjgpLook iii our window and see them. cts. Hamburg Department 5000 Yards Colored Blue and Pink and Beige and Chambray Blue and J It Makes You Hungry Have used Fame's celery compound ana it has had a sulmarj effect. Itinvlgorat ed the system and 3 feel like a nev man. It improva Uie appetite facilitates J. T. Cora a C Spring medicine means more now-a- days than it Old ten years ago. The wintcrof isss-syjastefl the nerves an jawed out. The nerves must be the blood liver anfl bowels regulated. Fame's Celery the Spring medicine does afl thla. aa nothing else Recommended fy Druggtotot Endorsed by m Guaranteed ly tJia Slanvfacturert to be The Best Formerly sold at 12 1-2 to 50 cts. a Spring Medicine. IVovr cts. per Yard. Hosiery Department One Lot Gents' Lisle Full Length and Full Imported to sell for 50c. Our cts. a In the spring ol ISSTI was all run 1 would get up to tne morning Tvltu tired a ana Tras so weak tnat I could hardly get around. Ibougnt a bottle otPalne's Celery Com- and before I tafcen H a J telt very mucn better. I can cneetully recommend It to an wno need a building up and strengthen- jog Mrs. B. A. Vt Paine's Celery Compound la a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to Uie quick In ita and without anv Injurious It gives that rugged liealth wnich makes everything taste good. It cures flyspepala and kindred Disorders. Physicians prescribe It. Sis lor ys.no. Druggists. RICHARDSON Vt. Children's Absolutely Stainless Black C. G. French Cotton Rib'd 6 to 8 1-2 cts. a all sizes. Ribbon Department 25 Pieces No. 5 All Silk' Gros Grain ISatin Edge O 1-4 cts. per Yard. price 12 1-2 cts. BUM HO DYES anything any color. Acrrr Riili ennn rUUU TV WILL CLOSE ALL DAY THURSDAY. NICHOLS IS YOUR BAKING POWDER Do its Manufacturers Publish all the Ingredients IS IT FREE FROM As is well ammonia is unhealth- ful in and dries up tbe bread material. Protection to consumers of food com- pounds lies in their ability to choose those made from healthful Unless manufacturers publish just what their baking powder is made do not use their but bay instead CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR BAKING This powder ia made only of strictly pure grape cream of and strictly pure bicarbonate of with a tittle wheat flour to preserve it. This is attested by the official analyses of Government and State and and chemists of of Health throughout the country. CLEVELAND N. INVESTMENTS' HENRY A. APOTHECARY. I W f I A TRUSSES. To those who are afflicted with 7 Exchange Boston. SECURITY AND COMFORT Guaranteed. Execute orders for all Investment securities. lafi-rmatloa given to etc. Receive accounts of Corpo- Firms and Capitalists on favorable rerms. Abdominal Elastic Knee etc. After years of experience in adjusting mechanical appliances for the retention of I am prepared to guarantee satis- faction or refund the money. HENRY A. 196 cor. Prichard Mass. SPECIAL For SPECIAL. ACCOUNTS. Buy and sell Ciilt Edge First Mortgage Bonds. Western Farm and City Mortgages. Indiana Natural Gas Securities. County and Mun'cipal Bonds. Gas and Water Loans. Issue Commercial and Travelers' Cred- ita. available in all parts of the further information address or call on F. S. MOHDAUNT 7 Exchange Boston. Mass. al3 wi wed ftwn r 3mo c. AUvay- Prt-nerre Their CoutcnU G. WALLACE'S S5.00 STRIGTLYJHAND-SEWED SHOES For are made on English Lasts of the lat- est and of French Calf and Kangaroo. They arc call and see them A.t 1VO Patrick tbe uiiil Frank J. alias were in- dicted by tho grand jury last evening for the murder of Dr. CYonin. This result was reached after uu Investiuution lasting beven during which two dozen witnesses were examined aud a mass of evidence con- sidered. The three prisoners were included iu oue to whith there were three oue changing them with killing Dr. Crcnlii with u blunt the second alleging the use of a sharp instrument and the third instruments and means unknown. No evidence was Introduced to prove t con- and Dr. Crouin's private papers were not placed before the grand jury. John brother of the murdered man. was the first witness. He testified that the body found in the Lake View catch basin and burled in Calvary cemetery last Sunday was that of his brother. Thomas Mayor Cregier's private took his notes of Detective Coughlln'ri state- ment with him when he went before the in- vestigators and it was half an hour before he came out again. Liveryman Dinan told about Coughlin ordering a horse for a friend the night of May and described the horse and the roan who drove it away. His Napier was also summoned. J. Smith and J. 8. friends from who say they did not hire Dtnau's white notwithstand- ing Coughlin's statement to the went before the jury together. Frank Scaulan. and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Couklui cuuipldUil thu chain of fiviJaiCP which led to the holding of Coughlin and Black Justice Mahoney of Lake View told the jury that be kuew of Sullivan's contract with Dr. Cronin for surgical aud John bis son and the hitter's wife were called upon to give the particulars of tbe renting of their in which Dr. Cronin was killed. Dr. Brandt and Dr. Belfleld gave expert testimony as to the nature of the wounds which caused his and the kiud of in- strument with which they were inflicted. the laborer who found tbe and milkman who heard souuds of a struggle in the Carlson cottage the night of the were given an opportunity to repeat their stories. Capt Capt. Wing of Lake Lieut. Scnuttler and Officers Larch and Hiett were the remaining witnesses. The rriftoners Indicted. The grand jury took only one vote after bearing the1 and that was unanimous for indicting all three prisoners. States Attorney Longnecker said that uo mention of Glan-na-Gael affairs had been made in thy jury charge of conspiracy was not he Dr. Cronin's papers were not brought in. Those matters will come probably before another grand Besides the warrants for Daniel Coughlin and Patrick eight others were issued and placed in the bauds of detectives and taken to different parts of the city and Lake View. The Atectives immediately began to shadow eight different suspects. The warrants are not intended for uso save in such emergency as would arlsa from an attempt to leave the city. Woodruff's Confession. Frank alias Frank has been taken into catnp by Capt. and he has told the wholo story of his connection with Dr. Cronin's. murder. According to the statements he has made to the captain be was not directly connected with the murder itself but simply acted as. the driver of the which disposed of the dead body in the catch-basin where it was found. Woodruff has beou to the scene of Cronin's murder and also to the sewer where the body was found and the place where the trunk was first seen. Woodruff himself gave the driving directions to the detectives who managed the reins and in every instance locate.1 the exact place where the chief acts in the tragedy occurred. According to his he was directed by those who had charge of that part of the arid whose nurnes Capt Schaack reserves for reasons that are to go t-j Dinan's livery where he would obtain a horse and wagon. He had already been instructed to drive the outfit to the neighborhood of the Carlfcon cottage and he also knew for what purpose be was to go there. Woodruff arrived at the cottage about twenty minutes before Dr. Cronin was driven up and placed his horse and wagon at a point near the cottage where he could keep liis eyes on'the steps. He saw the white horse rig containing Dr. Cronin and his con- ductor arrive and three quarters of an hour thereafter tbe man who was known as Will- iams opened the front door of cottage and gave tbe signal his foot on the wooden porch. Woodruff at once drove up and assisted by the third the trur.k was loaded into the wagon. The two men followed the trunk and directed who continued as the to drive east- ward to tho lake to a certain point which Woodruff has designated to Cupt Sohaack. The wngon headed for tbe and in its depths the trunk and its contents would have been repaired had not the interruption come frutu the Laka View policemen. This smashed the nriginul plan of the two and imn.edlate were taken tojget out of the officers This was done by taking a drcuitious route which again brought Ihem to the Evauston road. They bad now be-'ti driving for nearly an hour with thni- gh.-istly and one of the men suggested tLe sener. A stop was made at tbe Filly-ninth street intersection of the Evanston rood. The top was taken off the man-bole on the southeast and the trunk lifted from tbe wagon. It was then a new and unexpected diffi- culty presented itsplf. While it was possible to drop tbe trunk with tbe body into tbe it became a physical impossibility to thus dispose of tbe load in tbo man-hole. It was to take tbe out of tbe drop the body in the natch-basin and to return with the trunk to tba cottage and burn it. But when the trunk was to be un- locked it was found that the key had been Williams said there no time to be lost and be kicked in the lid of the trunk. The three lifted the body out and deposited it In the sewer as it was found. The trunk was again placed on the wagon. It was in- tended to go south for a distance and to drive north to the cottage and there deposit the trunk. said Woodruff to Capt. wanting to tbe exact spot they trunk was heard a noise of wagon wheels from the south and two one of whom had been sitting on picked up the box and threw it out of the wagon. I was urged to whip up tbe horse drive west. When we reached Fullertnn avenue both men said good night to me and left the wagon. The remainder of the confession is devoted to Woodruff's with tbe borso and in bis attempt to them. He also states in bis confession that there is nothing in the n-omnn strry he has told. The enorm- ity of tbo crimp never da irned upon him un- til he hnd taken part in it. When he was arrested .he ha wan in a The King and Fairburn were those of two old and they came to him on tbe spur of tbe moment They had nothing whatever to do with the THE IRISH NATIONAL LEAOVE SPORTING NlftB. May Tho first of a series of couttsts for tho middle' weight championship of to be Riven at the rooms of the California Athletic club. mi ii y. pliicu luyt in u LaLUo botwoeu George IA Blanche of the and Mike Luck- of Philadelphia. The was to a Marquis of Queensberry rules. La Blanche was oue pound weigh- in at and was slightly tho favorite In the betting. Time was called at 9-EO. In the first round both men sparred Lucie breaking ground. Lucie gained first blood in the third round. Up to the tenth round Lucie seemed able to hit La Blanche at but bin blows lacked force. He seemed the more uimbie and fresher of the two. In this how- the Marine seemed to rouse aud the was floored twice in quick suc- cession. From this time out La Blanche forced the fighting. In the thirteenth round Lucie was knocked flat by a right-hander and did not get up until the fight had been given to his W. LADD A FIGHT TO A The Proves to Be Too Much for Walton. 5. May fight to a fioish between the and Harry of was a well fought battle. Kelly showed to excel- lent advantage. Walton threw up the sponge at the close of the sixteenth claiming that ht atrwd to fight only fifteen Jim Dougrey was the referee. Gal McCarthy was behind while Tom Green seconded Kelly. Walton was the first to enter the Kelly immediately follow- ing. Time was called at this morning. At the close of the sixteenth round Walton pulled off the skin saying he was out of condition and. could not continue. He wai liberally and the flfht WAI awarded to who carries scarcely a mark. The battle closed at m. ail'LDOON AND SULLIVAN. Valiant Baa Little the Best of John L. May ten-round wrestling match according to London priie ring rules between John SulliTan and William Muldoon excited the curiosity of a large crowd of people. Both stripped at ajbout 220 pounds. Sullivan looked in prime condition. Muldoon won the first bout In 3m. In the second and third bouts SulliTan won in 90s. each Muldooa won the fourth in 2m. also the fifth in about the same time. The sixth Sullivan won in 3m. but the seventh Muldoon scored in 2m. In five minutes Muldoon went down twice under J ohn and in the tenth Muldoon laid tht big man down with ease after toying with hi m 4m. There was a trifle over twenty- seven minutes actual wrestling. Sullivan's friends irere delighted at the manner In which the prize fighter came out of the con- test He was not in the least fatigued. BASE BALL. Elected Governor of Rhode Island by General Aisctublj. R May anticipated account of their fuiluro to elect ei-Governor Wotmore ai United States sen. after an al- leged promise that their man should be sustained by tho entire Repub- lican strength in both did not materialize. They declined to participate in the legislative and this gmve the Democrats hope that thoy mlgh t be uble to gather in a dozen and thus elect their state When the general vote waa counted and none save the Democratic candidate for attorney found to have been elected by tbe there was a call made upon all tbe Republicans to rally in a grand com- and stand by the party nominees. This they did to a and Governor Ladd was elected by 58 or a majority of 10 over ex-Governor Davis. The other state officers ran about the same. QIEAED Great H. W. LADD. OUR ENTIRE LINE OF FRENCH The largest and finest line in the 200 marked down BARGAINS i Iroiu cents to in Hates. Miy acting super- intendent of foreign maila has issued the following The Canada office has advised this depart- ment that by an amendment to the posloffice made at the recent session of the rate of postage applicable in Canada to letters addressed for in Canada or ttiWd SfctlM tor tww S for each half oiwe or f ruction uf half to 3 cents for each ounce or fraction of an ounce. Ordinary letters received from Canada prepaid iu full at the rate of 3 cents per ounce or fraction of an ounre are to delivered to address m the United States without additional charge for postage. _______ 25 cts. per Early comers will get the bent selections. Only Dry and Fancy 212 MAIN FITCH13UHG. One nearly new. One PKDAL PIANO for organ practice. One Six Octave perfect order. A large number of Organs en in all at half value. Humors run riot In the blood at this seasor. d's BaraaparllU expels every Impuri- ty and vitalizes and tie blood. 12 ADVICK 10 MUXHER8. Mrs. Window's Soothing for children is the prescription of one of the best female nurses and physicians in 'be United and has been useo for years with nev- er failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of teething Its value is it relieves the child from cures dysentery an grip. ioc In the bowels aid wind colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother. Price cent a bottle. mwf A SKIN WITHOUT BLEMISH. Secure it by sending ten in ntamps to W. E W. P. 231 Havin Hill Avtr.. for sample box of Cream of Mecca and valuable book. Send address of four lady friends Bostons Lather Baby Anson'i The League The winners in tbe league race yesterday n ere New York and Cleveland. The standing Savages expect to imbibe bravery by drfnk- ing the blood ol thrir biave enemies. A more enlightened method of vitalizing tbe blood is by taking Ayer's fiarsaparilla. It braces up tbe nerves and gives strength and fortitude to en- dure the trials of life. Boston Philadelphia. New i i 15 Cleveland... Chicago. 28 1 13 11 Indiatmpolis C Losl 6 9 11 13 H 16 16 16 Per cent. .739 .625 .677 .536 .481 .407 .273 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. LITTLE BEGINNINGS. It is unwise and unsafe to ignore the day of small things. If you neglect a cold at Its Incep- it may develop beyond relief. Stop it at once with A damson's Botanic Cough Balsam. Pleasant to take and sure to relieve. 3. May Bostons easily de- feated the Chicagos. After the first inning Clarksoa had the visitors completely at his striking out ten men. The fielding of both teams was sharp and the Bostons plaj iug faultlessly. Bastian's error ia the fourth was exceedingly and gave Boston six batting was terrific. BOSTON IB R B TB BH l.f........... 32110 c.t.........5 1220 Kellv.r.f 4 1 2 3 1 Brouthers. Ib..... 6 0 5 0 0 0 0 Naah.Sb............. 51181 Quinn. s.s.....------ 514601 c........... S l 2 3 0 11 p......... 5 I 0 0 l 0 po 0 8 1 4 6 A 1 0 0 u 2 1 2 0 2 E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BEECHAM'S PILLS act lite roagic on a weak stomacn. l iw ELECTRIC BITTERS. Thh remedy is becoming so well and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters SIDE the same of praise. A purer medicine does u-vt ex- ist and U is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases cf the Liv- er and wilt remove Salt unci ctber affectioos caused by im- pure bh'od. Will drive malaria from ihe.sys'em and pTeveut as well ai cure all malarial levers. For cure ot constipation and Inaiges- thn tiy Electric Entire satisfaction or money refunded. Price 50 cts. and Si per at H. G. Greene's drug store. 5 Totals. 40 10 14 23 S 27 8 0 CHICAGO AB Ryan.c.f............ 5 Van Haltren. l.f..... 3 r.r............ 4 4 Pfeffer. 3 c.......... 4 3b............. 8 p............ 3 B.S........4 n I 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 B 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 Totals.. louiups Boston... Chicago 33 1 1 3 7 a 3 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 o o 4 5 3 I 1 1 A 0 0 0 0 4 I 5 2 I C 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Baby wat we her When WM a she cried for When she became ihe clung to them o o 14 8 9 0 2 0 2-10 1-3 Earned Chicago 2. Two'base Chicago I. Three-base ten l. Chicago Base on balls-Boston Chi- Base on Boston 1. Struck out- Boston Cliicago 10. 4. May 29. The opening gams was a dull and tiresome Affair until the when ihe visitors tied the score. The Phillies got Staley's gauge in the tenth and made three earned ruus on three singles and two doubles. Ciisey weakened in tho last and the visitors would probably have tied the score but for Sunday ting bimsslf to be caught between the 2000000003-5 Pitwburp.........OOOOOOOOS Earned Pittsburg 1. Base Pirtsburg 11. Vhilfl'lelphU Pittsburs 8. Batteries-Casey and Stnley and Miller. 3. May The Cleveland team made their first appearance ia this city and played an excellent game against the senators before one of tbe largest crowds of the season. Their fine work in the Held created a very favorable impression. The playing of tbe horae club was poor. Several close decis ions against the home club raised many Cleveland........... 1 0 1 0 0 1 8 0 Washington........ 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0-8 Earned I. 2. Base Washington 4. land Washington 10. and Pearson and Mack. New 0. NEW May New York and Indianapolis teams crossed bats for tne first time this season. The Giants played well and won easily. The Indianapolis men could not gauge Welch's pitching. Ewing's play- ing was feature. New York.......... 2 0 0 0 8 1 1 0 O-7 Indianapolis......... 00000000 Earned run-New York I. Baxe York Indianapolis 3. York Indian- apolis 11. and Getzain and Buckley. __ THE ATLANTIC LEAGUE. IF YOUR HAIR 18 FALLING You can surely stop H by using Devine's Hair Grower. Tills is an honest prvparat-ou. II after clving it a fair trial you Bud ii fails to do its your druggist Is r- quested by us to re- fund your as we do not want that which does not belong to us. Remembt r the genuine bears the photographs of the inventor's two Harriet E. and Hannah H Devlne. Pevlue's Hair Grower is sold by all reliable drupgists. J'rt else.per totile. Med- icine Store aud Me. 2mo BtJCKLKN'S ARNICA SALVE The Bost Salve la tbe world for Salt Fever Sores. Chil- Chapped and all Skin and positively cures Piles or no pay required. It is guaraiiteen to give perfect sat- isfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale bv H. G Greene. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria- IS CONSUMPTION Read the Mr. C. H. down with Abscess of Lnugs. aud friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking Lir. Kiug's New Discovery for am now on my third and able to cvprsee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever Jesse it not been for Dr. King's New Diicovory for I would have dlfd of Lung was given up by doctors. Am now m best of Try It Sample bottles free at H. Greene's drugstore. B Slight derangements of tbe stomach and bow- els may often be corrected by taking only ONE of Ayer's Pills. Through not bavin tbe Pilis at your disorder and a regular fit 0- hickness follows. tbe want of a tbe sboe was etc. GROVER'S SOFT SHOES FOR TENDER FEET. For BEAUTY and are not eaaallejL TJtfj axe of Comfort by the Wayside. For Sale ONLY al D. G. WALLACE'S FLOWERS FOR MEMORIAL DAY. and all kinds of Floral Work for Memorial Order early. Price ol Bcdduip reduced Genwtunca WeKper doz. npwnrdfl. All Kinds of Platots for and Window Boxetv flanging etc. filled. kinds of Plain and Fancy Bedding done. A Plant to nil purchasing 50 cts. worth. f near P. No. M mtdAwimo -.Jr .'i FBOM THE Grert MarbleUri Marblebead. Dec. 18K Messrs. E. C. Morris Mass. This is to certify that 1 have been ustnp a No. 4K C- Morris A safe tn my Rtnrr and tliaf In the ifrnhlfl flrn this town has fvcr on thfi night nf tbe 25th fnst. the naff was subjected to a vpry hfiat for 3d and upon its to my fom-d Its contents in condition with the exception of Irathrr on one book which ncfiinit the wall of the safe while the wrltmit on every leaf was as olflar and iPKlhlP as when It was put In. I also found ma- chine in good clear condition. Kesppctfully HENRY O Jan 1R83. vour large make nates In our N. H.. which went through a very hot fire ana 8tood test. on Dec. 1888. In tbe MArblrtcad. onnflafratlon. of your make stood the and Its contcntR found In Rood condition even a gross of matches. Un- der these clrcums'anres we can safely recom mend your make to all. Yours IE. only KlRftt Flange In the -world with BoHd Welded Angle iron Front nnrt Back Frame. Orcr In Bctod for E. C. MORRIS fcl BOflTOlf Adopts Condemning the Mnr- of Dr. Crftnln. May 29. At the regular raeet- the municipal council of tbe Irish Satlonal leftgnft.- Patrick flleMoa KB adflress denouncing attempt of tho nowBpapers to mix up the affaire of the Irish National lengue with tbe assassination of Dr. Crnnin of China Mr. 0-lwison and other members thrught thnfc the council should take some nctmn on the widespread report and the following rpRolntion was nitwe- qnpntly prepared and That the New York muni cipal nouunil of the Irish National moat pmphaticniiv condemn the brutal mur- of Dr. P. H. Cronin. We repudiate tho calumnies thntseek in any to involve the Irish National its funds or its fla io tho con J-LAI ._ _ iwpwrfbf ffih we express our earnest hope tbat Bvptft justice will ovortoko all those respon- sible lor hia death. May The Worcesters had a fine time this afternoon tjkjenttng their batting averages at the the tail enders. Mcade was down to pitch for the and he did pitch one ball which Bradley hit for a single. Tben he complained of a lame arm und went to right whore he muffed two flies and could not throw. Fitzgrrnld was hit all through the game. Worcester 0 0 4 012 1 08 2u New Haven Earned Worcester New Haven 3. Base hits- Worcester New Haven 12. Errors- Worcester 11. New Haven 28. Battt-ries-Burkett and Wilrc.n. FiUgcrnld and Cahlll. 3. May The Hartforda celebrated their opening in this city by ad- ministering a cTUslnrg defeat to the home team. The battle was a fight between pitch- nlthough hotly contested nt Vfinlcleman had by far lest of it Hartford 0 0 2 I 0 0 2 6 U OOU000102--8 0. BAM HwtCotxi 14. Lowell P Errors- -Hnrtford 10. Ixivell 12. Wlnklcman and German and Murphy. Children Cry for Pitcher's Something from a Mew Haven Woman. I was formerly a resident of Jfa. and Dr. Hand waa our family phyaician for sev- eral I have used his remedies for chil- for my babe 18 months since its and can recommend to all mothers as reliable ana aa represented by Dr. who Is considered to be oue of the lead- ing and most successful physicians in Scran ton. or that section of the state. I have found the wonderful results from his eo'Ic cough and cn-up medicine and teething lotion. MRS. EDWXBD as 4p ly 335 Howard For sale by Macurda A. H. Bur- Henry F. and Frank S. West Fitchburg. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. IMPORTANT Te men who are looking tor Mechanics to do First-Claps the motto M'hich hangs in the shop nf FRANK CHRISTIAN Is Good Work at Bottom Give him a trial. All kinds of Stucco 14 PUTNAM STREET. tf 4. WILKESBAKBE. Pa. May 29.- The homo team distinguished iUclf by good batting and fielding. It was evident from the start that they would bo The visitnra plnyed a good but cmild not hit Janobs Wilkesbttrra 80204001 Newark 100 I 0001 1-4 Earcetl rUDS-VVllkrBbttrrp Newark 2. him -Wilkesbarre Newark A. Wllket- harrt1 14. Newark 11. BAtterios -.Tarobfl aorl Will Are ready to FURNITURE For Cash or on Commififlion. Special Nlghtioll removed nod All orders promptly Attended Addrcw A B. l ml23m A Denial from Sullivan himself and the high and ncolaro that the fctatoraent publiRhed to the efTect that he bad made a Uy- inp bare entire detnila of tho plot for tho murder of is false in every particu- lar. the nteoo of King JSala- of the Sandwich Is Kew York on her tvay to where in to attend school for two years. She tg 14 yoftn .old and 'of Culfoctol Clegkorn of Honolulu and the prinoew Jersey 5. May Tbe Easterns went to pieces in the fifth inning and gave the .Tenwy Cityi the game. The other parts of the gamn were well played Jerwy City Kanton 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 1 ft Earned City Ewtoa 1. -Jorwy City KoMonS. Eaaton 10. Daley and D. Tur- ner and at 2 p. ir. Corner of North and Cherrv aio tf Other At 4. At I. At 19. At At Brown Uolvwsltj of 8 jgntop. ELIftltA H. MOHSK li prepared fur ub and pat np trriURbi uid oondueton at ibort P. 0. Bet 1540. fJtotobun. MEMORIAL DAY We shall dose our store at 12 o'clock but we shall be open Wednesday evening of this week until 9.30 KIMBALL CO. For the past five weeks we have been selling PontOOSUC In- dlgO Blue Suits for a aud to-day have ia stock a complete line of 33 to 42 at the same price. Please bear in our Suits have the Interchangea- ble Buttons as well as the finer grades. Finer Grades of Blue All Wool and Indigo Col- Single and Double Breast Interchangeable at and a We offer 50 All Wool Blue Cheviot colors abso- lutely coats cut Sack and Four-Button Cutaway at a and pronounce them Extra Good Value. White all in Stock. To-day we placed on sale 100 AH Wool Knee P nt ages 4 .to at a actual value 66 All Wool Knee Pant Sui ages 4 to a Handsome Plaid at U actual value bought a Big Lot of Clothing at about half and the two lots mentioned above are fair samples of propoi-e doing for the Boys in the way of clothing them nicely at very little cost. The place to make a little money a long is at KIMBALL THIERS HATTERS CO.'S Next to the Opera House 220 MAIN ST. ILL Window Shades AID Brushes of All Artists etc 237 W. KURD Main Street. 237 Harrocks Bowers 10 CTS. H. AND NO. -10 CTS. Mighty and Little 5 cents. Full Line of Styles and Prioem Our Tobacco is Always Fresh Opera House Cigar Store. miss this chance to get an Organ at about your 108 MAIN ST. 168 BEST TEETH OXLY I a et. Warrant'-d to be as good as can be made by a-jy Dentist ai any Perfrct work jroar- Extracting cents Oasaiid Ether i-peu evenings. Bunday bt-urs 11 2. DR. KIEF 101 ill 8 U I rnu Lunenburj wo 1883 U-ck ixzmU a of wa.ni oi Nursery coming Kili Uivitod to e ordering uit aae OrnainsRtai Flowerin Hybrid Perpetual Grape Evsrgreens- trawberry ts and makfi g a Jewel S us .-1. Fttthkwrff f.tr I 81 M P. 348 Main to. i LEA Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead. Our nifiDUfacMires art- fully warranted and nn- rpjissed by any in the market. Lowest mar- ket yi for goods of equal quality. SALEM LEAD COMPANY MASS. F. A. I1ROWIV. OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. Line LIVERPOOL AND BOSTON. between Passage from Lon- and 16. 5O. From other points at low rates. IS Post Office Boston. _ _ a36mo Thompson's Sarsaparilla 100 Doses Fifty Cents. Tbe cluef reason .'or the great success ot THOMPSON'S SARSAPARILLA Is on its iwrtt and price Pioce we reduced the price to 5O Bottle our sales hare inure than dmibltd. and we hive been tu greatly 1 true and improve our laboratory to keep up with our orders. Try n Bottle convince you-nlf that It is one of the best blood raedlcmu made. by GEO. HOPES CO.. Sold by all druggists in FItcbburg. al6 2mo MEDICAL ECONOMY. Suscesds like LEWIS SUCCESSFUL. The df Kia la la Hb of youtb without or etly fcf oft iar.-'uae atnoj ana deep discover i'C a qntek aud cure DtseaMft ot Brain and cptaal Cord Fluid Impotenci .tons ol ttte Nervous aad 'Rysteffid. TKJM NKW AND MAB- VHLOL'rt MK1UCAL TKRATMSNT cored sp-rate forms ol Nervous Dlsonien n both y-nmf und old. To debilitated youth U It tlie .he posMiJilitv of ar-'tilc Strto- Ktlccy or Secondary arc v. iLh-vjt the use of canal No restrlcTlnn in diet or hvcKNT OPBJCD Korn DATS. Patients whom badly ot l are particularly Invited A written guarantee ol in ail arranged and undertait 41 Til E '..pVVHrds Of TKABA. Dr. Lewis U frequently consulted bj who completely discouraged i- after tiding experimented iv. id Klectrtc Beltl retell Jo mnro tiarm than Rood. ..re li-nii' e Riv i mm and wbo may ooniult one to tiipy phynlcil lucot-u. married or .'.inr. a. i the Dr. LKWIH permAnently IOCUM Friendshin L ooor rrom Richmond Street Broad Btl to AM all the from 9 to v i 10 to not later. TO COCTTTBT Dr. Lewta on full description ol with tatt itniotlou.n and ndvtce for tbe oure of the lntreMtae Country oonenponded with JTTRT MINUTES Medical Minutes. With additional 001 TRAIT OF TH1 A AND A OF COMPLAINTS. i b e Dr. tor Hodtoal I.H. HAlliT.
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