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THE LAXATIVE ANoftUTniTIOUB JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER fiHD BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy known to
CLE4USE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
PURL BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR ORUOQIST FOR
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
KDUISV1UE. KY NEW YORK. N. t.
Do You Like Soup ?
at k your grocer to scrd you a quarters
All In a dry state. Bold In Europe (rnanufac
tured tlicre), Asia, Africa and now, by Us own
lntrlnklc merit, iorclng Itself Into every city,
town, village and tiamlet In the United
States. Samples Inrntshed free; lor, wlilcb,
and price list, address
26 South William Street, MEW YORK CITY.
-yrriLMINGTON noktiieun k. k.
Timetable intffeet Jay, 10, 1691.
Trains leave Reading (1 & K. station) for
Gibraltar, Beyfert, llinuboro, Joanna, Spring
field, Waynesburg Junction, Coatesvllle,West
Cliesler.Clintlsford Junction, li. a O. Junction,
Wilmington and Intermediate stations, dully
except Sunday, at 0.25 and 8.30 a.m. and 3.15
p. tn. Sunday only at 3.05 p. m.
For Warwick, St. Peters and Intermediate
statlons,dally except Sunday, at 0.20 a.m., and
6.19 p. ni. Sunday only 8.15 a. m.
For lllrdsuoro and Intermediate stations,
Baturday only, at 12 m.
For Baltimore and Washington tn. A O. It.
It.) dally except Sunday at 8.25 nnd 8.30 a. m.
and 3.15 p. m. Sunday only at 3.05 p. m.
Trains arrive at Heading (I. & It. station)
lrom Wilmington, 11. & O. Junction, Mont
chanln, Chaddslord Junction, West Chester,
Lenape, Coatesvllle, Waynesburg Junction,
Springfield, Joanna, Blrdsboro, Gibraltar, Bey
fen and Intermediate stations, dally except
Sunday at 1020 a. m. 5.52 and 8.17 p. m. Sun
day only at 11.24 a. tn.
From St. Peters, Warwick and Intermediate
stations, daily except Sunday, at 8.21 a- m.
and 2.25 p.m. Sunday only at 0 p.m.
From Blrdsboro and Intermediate stations,
Saturday only at 1 JO p. m.
From Washington and Baltimore, dally ex
cept Sunday, 10 20 a. m. 6.52 and 8.17 p. m.
Sunday only at 11.21 a. m.
BOWNFBS BltlOGS, Qen'l Pass. Agt
A. O. SICCA USLAND, BupL.
Have cured many thousand caiei, Cure (at tcuw pronounced
hopeless by the beat phyilcian. From iirst dose sjmptonrf
rapidly disappear, and jn ten days at lean two-thirdi of
symptoms are removed. Send fur FREE ROOttof tettr
monulsof mlr TCU nHV$,M'ntu,nt CRLTC by mall. Ii
ftculoui cures. I Ln UUI O furnished l tltt yoii order
txUl, send ten cvnts In itatmn to iny postage rvmoosiKt
VIL l. II. OIEKKN A- NIM. ATJ,NTA. JA-
OH MY BACK !
That generally means p.tn nnd
guttering. Hut why sutler? BrOros
venor's Bcll-cap-slo Porous Plaster
will reUeve you In one night, sure.
Send a penny itamp to Qrosvenor
& Klclmrds, Boston, Mass., and learn
how to remove a porous plaster
scientifically It will payyou and
don't forget that the best porous
plaster ln the world has the picture
ot a bell on the back-cloth, and Is
iA i'x J .ai at ouce, no operation
'u !'L)siiioaa. Cases proDniiurcdlQ
a i ucj, bond for t'ircular.
f rr AdvtrekYee. m
U, O'rtw linursStoS.
CU) u 1
Or tuo Urmor Habit, iosltlwly Curcu
a. uy tuiiuiiiiaieriuir ir. luUuea
It Is manufactured aa a powder, which can be given
la a glass of boor, a oup of ootfee or tea, or In food,
without the knowledge ot tlio patient. It la absolutely
Harmless, and will erfeo'. a permanent and apeedy
cure, wuetUer the patient ia a moderate drinker or
an alcjbullo wreck It has been given ln thousand
of cases, and ln every Instance a perfect euro haa fol
lowed It never Full. The ayatem once Impregntfr
cd with the Speolflo.lt becomes an utter Impossibility
for the liquor appetite to exist.
48 page book of particular free. To bo bad of
C. H. HAGENBUCH, Druggist, Shenandoah
M. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN MD SURGEON.
Onlee-M West Lloyd Street, Buenandoan
r CTawwfr c, n,v
- Xii " , i i 1 wi icnjiaueiitly cured by
All London Excited Over tlio
OVER 18,000 APPLY FOR SEATS
Tho Scene When Court Owned This Morn
ing an Interesting One.
Tho rrlnco of Wales Will Uo Called Upon
to Testify Ills Testimony Will Itnvo a
Groat Ilonrliiir On tho Itemilt It Is
Humored that the Dofonco Will l'lenil
London, Juno 1. Beginning with tho
bacenrut scandal trjal to-day, tho Brit
ish publlo will bo rognlod with a series of
sensations, lnoludiug eight cases of
breach of promise of marriage, nnd n now
trial of tho notorious Wolpole-Wiodomnu
caso, which has thrown suoh a lurid light
upon tho state of English society ln tho
So great Is tho lntorost taken ln tho Sir
W. Gordon Cummlng trial by tho public
that thore havo been over 18,000 applica
tions for seats, and tho court has accomo
dation for only 5.10 ln that portion re
served for tho public.
In order to meet this unpnrallcllod de
mand, extra seats havo been placed In
tho body of tho court nnd a row upon tho
bench ltsolf, but thoso lattor are reserved
for tho most distinguished applicants.
In order, too, to provont any possible con
fusion, Lord Colorldgo hlmsolf has slgnod
every tlckot for admission.
Tlio sceno, therefore, whon tho court
assomhlod this morning was an Interest
ing ono, not only by reason of tho fact of
tho Importance nnd gravity of tho case,
or tho clrcumstnnco that tho Prince of
Wales will bo called as ono of tho chlof
witnosses, but also because of tho position
nnd social consequence of tho audtenco
which Is in attondanco to watch tho pro
ceedings. Tho great event of tho day will natur
ally bo tho calling of tho Prince of Wales
and It is expected that His Hoynl High
ness will follow Sir William in tho wit
ness box. Much will depond on tho
Prince's evidence, so that apart from the
consideration of his rank, his testimony
will have n groat bearing on tho caso.
Nothing is doflnltely known as to tho
naturo of tho defenso to bo brought for
ward, hut it is rumored in legal circles
that justification will bo pleaded.
Friends of tho Do ml Showman Moy De
cldo on Cremation.
BtUDOEPonT, Conn., Juno 1. Benjamin
Fish, treasuror of tho Barnurn & Batloy
show and cousin of Mrs. Barnurn, is
quoted as saying: "I havo just loft Mrs.
Barnurn and wo havo decided that tho
best thing that wo can do Is to havo Mr.
Barnurn a body exhumod and cromatod."
MORE BARNABY MYSTERY.
An Illosttlmnto Child Now llrougfat Into
tho Famous Caso.
DENVEn, Col., Juno 1. Dovolopments
in tho Barnahy caso contlnuo to intorcst
tho public, but aro at prosont mostly
confined to the oxporlcnces of witnesses.
A story has como to Denver that might
show up motives in a startling manner.
For some tlmo tho defectives in tho
East havo boon working stoadlly on a
clew and attempting to find a certain
This person Is said to havo been tho
great and primal causo for tho disruption
in tho Bnrnaby family, which eventually
lod to Mr. Barnaby cutting oft his widow
with $2,500 a year.
Tho Individual who could account for
so many things has not, so far 03 is at
present known, oven by word or octlon,
placed himself or herself in ln a position
to causo fear or troublo.
This person, who is likely to become
one of the most important personages in
tho caso, is said to be an Illegitimate
child of the late Mrs. Josephine B. Bar
naby. Tho latest pleco of information comes
as a thunderbolt in the pervading dull
ness ln tho unraveling of tho great pois
Littlo is known at present boyond tho
baro fact that such a complication oxlsts.
What its full significance may be can
not be fully determined until the day
when tho jury shall bo hearing tho evi
dence which is to pronounco Dr. Graves
either an innocont and much persecuted
man or a criminal who planned and car
ried into fatal execution the most diabol
ical murder ever perpetrated ln tho West.
Grip Communicated After Death.
London, Juno 1. Sir Morrell Macken
zie has made some startling statements
with regard to influenza. Sir Morrell bo
lleves the disease can be communicated
by dead bodies. In support of this opin
ion, ho quotes a case from tho American
newspapers, ln which a gentleman of
that nationality, having died with in
fluenza in Paris, his body was em
balmed and sent to Philadelphia, where
it was exposed to tho view ot the family,
allot whom wore Immediately attacked
by tho disease. Sir Morrell does not
doubt that tho Influonza was introduced
into tho House of Commons by tho wit
nesses from Sheffield, whoro tho disease
was at its worst, who gave their evidence
in one of the committee rooms.
Subscription for Nellie Iluskett.
London, Junb 1. A subscription la be
ing taken for Miss Nellie. Iiaskott, tho
young woman whose evidence served to
bring Captain Verney and his fellow con
spirator, Madama Bouillor, to justice.
The young wonian is dependent entirely
upon her own resources. Sho could have
received thousands of pounds had she
consented not to appear against Verney,
whose family is very wealthy, but tho
authorities found hor a stoadfast wit
ness. The subscription alroady amounts
to a handsome sum.
Holgluia Labor Troubles.
London, Juno 1. Belgium seems to be
getting ileopor into tno trouuio with
strikers instead ot out ot its difficulties.
Financial aid for tho strikors is offored
from France, Germany nnd England, and
tho council of tho worklugmen's party
have voted to continue tho strike. It is
expected that n strike ot gasworkers will
soon- be commenced, which will throw
Urussolls into total darkness.
No Moroy for Hebrew.
Vienna, June 1, The police of Astra,
chan, Russia, are vigorously expelling
Jews on only a week's notice. Similar
action is being taken elsewhere, with
mora or less vigor. It is estimated thai
50,000 will bo driven out.
flighest of all in Leavening Power.
Final Report of tho Grand" Jury.
New Orleans, Juno 1. Tho Grnnd
Jury made their final report. Eoforrlng
to tho Irregular proceedings about tho
court building, the fact is mentioned that
tho list of tales jurors in tho lluunossey
oase was delivered to the defence nearly
V4 hours uerore it was glvontotuobtato's
nttorueys. The Grand Jury suggest Mint
tho court offlolals investigate tho matter
and place tho responsibility where It be
longs. Ills Heard Grown After Donth.
NonTiiFiELD, Minn., Juno 1. Tho bbdv
ot E. II. Haskell, who has been dead for
over 20 years, was yesterday removed
from his grave, it uolug purposed to put
tho body In another lot. Whim his bodv
was exposod It was found that ho had a
beardover 23 inohos long. Ills wlfo said
that before he died ho had beon shaven
and all his hair must havo grown after
Doctors In Trouble
Omaha, Nob., Juno 1. Tho threo doo-
tors arrested for criminal malpractice nrcT
still in' jail. tTho remains of two Infants
havo been exhumed ln tho yard of tho
Medical Institute. Dr. Hugoson, another
member of tho staff of tho institute, has
disappeared. Tho institute has been
closed, all tho omploycs ana patlonts be
Oarsruon Arrive at Now London.
New London, Conn., Juno 1. Tho Col
umbia 'Varsity and troshmon crows havo
arrived hero and takon up quartors with
Captain Kit Brown at Gales Ferry. There
aro 23 in all in tho party. Tho Columbia
boys arrived much oarller than usual ln
order to mako up for their poor condi
tion. They Leavo for Europo To-Day.
New Yoiik, Juno 1, Mrs. McKeo and
Mrs. Russell Harrison sail for Europo to
day. In England they will bo tho guests
of Minister Lincoln. In Paris they will
bo tho guests of Minister Reid, and in
Germany they will probably be tho
guests of Minister Pholps.
Shot Ills ltrottior-ln-r.nw.
Norfolk, Va., Juno 1. John Kolly,
last evening shot and fatally wounded
his brother-in-law, Otto Caytou. Kelly
is in custody. Cayton porsuaded Kelly's
wife to leave him.
The First Camullun Poor.
Montreal, Can., Juno 1. Sir George
Stephen ha3 been created n peer by Her
Majesty. This is the fltat instance of a
peornge having been conforred on a Ca
nadian. Moxlcnu Mlnlxtor of Flnuuco Dond.
City of Mexico, Juno 1. Minister ot
Finance Duolan died at midnight.
It Is said will soil anything, this ia
true ln a measure ; but for staying
qualities,- merit is tho test. Extensive
advertising may sell anything where
It is now or unknown, but after M
comes Into general uao, it Is judged
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swiff s Speclfla
In the best ovidoaco of its oxcollenoa.
It is most popular whoro it Is best
known. Every bottle sold, sells tea
others. Every ono that takes It be
comes its friend, and recomrrronds it
to their acquaintances.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
Swlvt Spkcow Co., Atlanta, Oa
Office of 1
comptroller of hie ctjrrekcy. v
WailUngttm, April 8, lfcU. J
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned, It has been made
to appear that "The STerthunW Xattonal
Sank 0 Shenamlouh," ln the Borough of
Shenandoah, ln tho County of Schuylkill and
State of Pennsylvania, has compiled with all
the provisions of the statutes of the United
States, required to be complied with before an
association shall be authorized to commence
the business of banking.
Now, Therefore, I, Edward B. Laoey,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby cer
tify that "The Merchants' National Bank ot
Shenandoah," In the Borough ot Shenandoah,
ln the County of Schuylkill, and State ol
Pennsylvania, is authorized to commence the
business ot banking as provided In section
fllty-one hundred and sixty-nine of the Re
vised Statutes of the United States.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wit
ness my hand and seal of office this
8th day of April, 1801.
No. 4516. ,E- S. LACEY,
Comptroller of the Currency,
A New "Venture
W- MSAT POTTS
lias opened a
AT No. 218 N. CENTRE ST
Bales of assorted goods, notions, hardware,
glassware, etc, etc.
Goods lrom all puts ol the county solicited
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
THEY ARE TOO POWERFUL.
A Movement Agnluit Merriintlle Agendo!
Boston, June 1. The contest over the
Mercantile Agency bill is one of the most
important matters before the Legislature),
and its wholo course has been attended
with much publlo interest. The history
of tho movement this year Is well known.
An order was Introduced authorizing th
Committee on .Mercantile Affairs to con
sider tho expediency of enacting a law
makiug mercantile agencies amendable
to tho libel and kindred laws.
Tho committee reported that such leg
islation was inexpedient. Representa
tive Mellon, of Worcester, dissented from
tho other mombers of the committee, and
ouereu a substitute hill.
Tho bill at present beforo tho Legisla
ture is not a radical ono. Its provisions
nro that niorcantito agencies shall bo
liable for injuries inflicted by fnlso reports
on tho samo basis ns newspapers and
prlvato individuals, and that tholr ro
ports bo not regarded as privileged com
munications. Tho wholo movoment Is tho result of
tho unlquo position which tho mercantile
agencies hold in business circles. A New
York man who testified mado somo sworn
charges against ngeuclos in genoral,
Tho wholo question, as viewed by the
promoters of tho bill now beforo tho Leg
islature, is whether tho morcantilo agen
cies shall bo allowed to procoed in tholr
busluossontlroly freo fromlognl rostralnt,
as Is now the caso. It is claimed that
they aro now possessed of far too much
powor. Their wholo work is dono ln bo
crot, nnd a man may bo injured without
bolug nhlo to dofend hlmsolf or know
from what source tho blow was struck.
A YOUNG GIRL'S CRIMES.
Sho Bays Sho Ciiunut Itculst tho Tempta
tion to Steal.
Oarroll, In., Juno 1, Mnny crimes
aro charged to a pretty 10-year-old girl,
who is locked up in tho county jail. She
calls herself Katio Faulkner, but
says sho Is concealing hor real namo to
shield relatives from disgrace. Sho says
sho was loft an orphan when only a year
old, nnd wont to live with nn undo.
Her great passion was for money, nnd,
seeing a circular advertising counterfeit
money, sho answorod it and placed qulto
an ordor. Whon it camo it was sent by ex
press with $35 charges, and, not having
tho money to got tho packago out of tho
offico, sho ran away and went to another
undo, whoro sho stolo $00.
After securing tho money sho wont to
Council Bluffs and put up at tho best ho
tol ln tho city. In a short tlmo sho left
without paying her board bill, nnd on ar
riving at Pnnnmn sho robbed n. store, so
cured a suit of mon's clothes, and In this
dlsgulso started for Doflanco, whoro sho
Was arrested, but was released on condi
tion that sho would roform,
Sho says sho tried hard to keep from
stealing, but sho could not resist tho
temptation, Sho says sho failed to so
euro tho monoy and jewolry of Mr. and
Mrs. Yates because they would not llo
still long enough, but It sho had had a
revolver thoy would havo lain still long
enouizh for her.
Ob, What a Cough.
Will you heed the warning? The signal per
haps of the sure a pproHCh of that more ter
rible disease. Consumption. Ask yourselves
If you can afford for the sake of saving 60
cents, to run the risk nnd do nothing for It.
We know from experience that Bblloh'e Cure
will Cure yonr Couch. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million Bottles
were sold the past year. It relieves Croup
and Wbopplne Coush at once. Mothers do
not be without It. For Lame Back, Bide or
Chest, use Shlloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by
O. II. Hagenbucb, N. E. corner Main and
KTOCK ln the MAHANUY CITY
P SHENANDOAH, GIIlAItD
VILLE and ASHLAND STREET
RAILWAY can yet be procured,
and parties contemplating Invest
ment should apply at once at the
24 N, Jardm St., Shenandoah, Pa.
nJIIE contract for the construction
doah and Ashland has been award
ed and will be completed within HO
days from the time the ground Is
broken for the station,
CABS nUNNINO B7 JULY.
T IS expected that cars will bs
running between Shenandoah
and Ashland do later than July,
THE SEASON FOR
IIMXa AX BAND,
Committeemen should bear in
mind thai tlio Herald olllco
Is prepared to do nil kinds of
at the most reasonable rates,
Qlve ua a call and obtain our
prices. All work done when
promleedand ln a satisfactory
THE DYING PREMIER
Sir John Mncdoimld Still
Fighting Off Death.
THE END MUST BE ,VEHY NEAR
Tho Attending Physicians Astounded a'
the Marvelous Vitality Displayed.
A Crlnl-. lu l'olltlcul Circle-111 tho Domin
ion Imminent Speculation 1.1 to Sli
John, bucccsor-Tho Cabinet Hold 11
Stx-llnur ftosslon Parliament Will Ad
journ To-day for Throo Weeks.
Ottawa, Ont., Juue 1. Sir John Mac
donald is still living, but it Is only a
slender cord that binds him to earth, still
the attending physicians are astounded
at the mnrvellous vitality he dlsplayx.
The old premier Is fighting with char
acteristic tenacity, but the fight cannot
be.much longer maintained. Since Fri
day afternoon, though deprived of the
power of speech, he has maintained tho
oheerfulness for which he was so notwl
while ln health. Not tho appearance of
regret or disappointment has been ox
pressed. He realizes that the end Is ap
proaching, and seems to be prepared for
the llnal call,
A l'olltlcnl Crisis Iinmlnout.
A crisis In political circles is imminent.
Tho Cnhlnet sat si 1 hours Saturday, but.
as if by nrrangemei t, tho lips of all the
Cabinet Ministers aro sealed ns to whnt
ws dono. In tho ovont of Sir John's
death, Sir Heury Lnngovln, tho Privy
Councillor, will bo summoned by the
Governor-Genoral to assumo control ol
public affairs, but with grnvo charges of
malfeasance In ofllco hanging over him.
The Minister of public Works will natur
ally rofuso to do so, leaving tho question
of leadership betweon air John Thomp
son, Minlstor of Justice., and Sir Charles
Tupper, High Commissioner for Canndn
Tho Kovernmont has already hold an
informal conference with tho Minister of
Justtco, but indications aro that a largo
wing ol the Loucrvntlvo party will in
sist on the sanction of Sir Charles Tup
por as tho new Promlor, Sir John Thomp
son being a Roman Catholic.
A caucus of the party will bo held nt
an early date, and Parliament to-day will
bo asked to adjourn for thrco weeks.
SIR JOHN'S CAREER.
For Yonrs llo lias lloon n Prominent Fig
ure In tlio Affairs of Cauntlii.
Sir John Macdonald was born In Suth
orlnndshlre, Scotland, January 11, lblfl.
Ho was brought to Canada In 1820, whon
his father, Hugh Macdonald, settlod ln
Kingston, Ont. Ho was educated at
Kingston, ami whon lu years old began
to study law. Ho was admitted to tho
bar lu looo, and ln loJU became counsel,
and achlovod distinction by his defeuso
of Schultz, who made a raid into Canada
Macdonald cntorod public llfo ln
lo44, as tho representative of tlio city of
Kingston In tho Houso of Assembly and
continuod to sit for this constituency
until tho Union of 1H78 when ho was
defeated. Sovcral othor constituencies
then olected him nnd ho sot for Lennox
County. In May, 1847, ho was first ap
pointed to offico, becoming Receiver-
General and subsequently Commissioner
of Crown lauds. Early ln 1848 tho
government was defoated, and Macdonald
remained ln opposition until 1831. In
September, 1854, tho government was do
fonted on the question of secularization
of tho clorgy reserves, and ho entered tho
coalition cabinet which was formed, bo-comlugnttornoy-gcneral,nnd
under his ad
vice tho clergy rosorvos were secularized
on what was considered a fair basis.
In 1850, on tho death of Sir Allan Mo
Nab, Macdonald becamo tho loader of tho
Conservatives, which position ho has hold
vor since, exercising groat influence on
In 1858 the Macdonald ministry wasdo
foatcd on tho question of tho location ot
tho scat ot government, but the now min
istry was defeated on tho first day ln the
In 1801 Macdonald and his associates
succeeded ln convincing tho pcoplo that
a confederation of all tho British North
American provinces was desirablo. In
bringing nbout tho confederation Mac
donald was an active factor and it may
be claimed that ho wus tho creator of the
Dominion ot Canada.
Tho now constitution wont Into force
July 1, 1807. Macdonald was sworn in
ns a privy counsellor and nppolntod Min
ister of Justlco and Attornoy-General.
In recognition ot his services ho was
oreated a Knight Commandor of tho
Bath by Quoen Victoria and in 183-1 ho
received tho grand cross of tho samo
order. Ho remained Prime Minister un
til 1873 when ho was defoated on what
was known ns tho Canadian Pacific scan
dal. Ho remained In opposition until
1878 whon his party were successful in
tho tariff issue and he resumed his ofllco
pledged to protection. In 1882 and again
in 1887 ho carried tho country. His suc
cess at tho recont Dominion elections is
Sir John was ono ot tho Alabama
Claims Commissioners, and for his suo
cess on that Commission was made a
Privy Councollor of Great Britain. Ho
marrlod twico. His first wife, Isabella,
daughter of Aloxandor Clark, of Delna
vert, Scotland, died in 1850. Ills second
wlfo was Susan Agnes, daughter of T. J.
Barnard, a member of tho Privy Council
of the Island of Jamaica.
Ex-Lleut.-Gov. Littlolleld Dead.
Providence, R. I., Juno 1. Ex-Lieut.-Gov.
Daniel M. LIttlefield died ln Paw
tucket yesterday, ngod 70. Ho was a woll
known manufacturer of hair cloth, and
also 111 lod many positions ot trust ln pub
lic life. Ho was a Whig nnd a Republi
can. Committed Sulcldo by Ilunglng.
Utica, N. Y Juno 1. Mrs. John R.
Davies, of Bnrdwell Town, nbout HO miles
from this olty, committed sulcldo by
hanging. She had mado previous at
tempts to kill herself. Mrs, Davies was
a woman ot great Intellect and was high
ly connected In this city.
Now a Freo l'romouade,
Niw Yobk, Juno 1, Exnotly at mid
night last night tho promenade ot tho
Brooklyn Bridgo was opened to tho pub
llo freo of charge. This Is. ln accordance
with n recent act of the Legislature.
Diiath of mi Old Inventor.
Philadelphia, Juno 1. David Brooks,
the olectrlclan and Inventor ot electrical
appliances, died at his homo ln German
town last night, aged 72.
Some merchants get the
best they can; some get the
meanest they can.
Your dealer in lamp-chim-neys-what
does he get for you?
There are common glass and
tough glass.tough against heat.
There are foggy and clear.
There are rough and fine.
There are carefully made and
You can t be an expert In
chimneys ; but this you can do.
Insist on Macbeth's "pearl
top" or "pearl glass" which
ever snape you require. 1 ney
are right in all those ways ; and
thev do not break from heat.
not one in a hundred.
Be willine1 to nav a nickel
more lor them.
Oio. A. Macs its & 09,
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1378.
W. Baker & Co.s
from which tho excess ot
oil has been removed, is
and it is Soluble
nro used in its preparation. It has
more than three times Uic strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, nnd is thcroforo far mora
economical, costing less than one cent
a cvp. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
nnd admirably adapted for invalid
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Grocers ovorywhoro.
V. BAKER & CO., Dossier, Mass,
a , -"mi
and other special,
ties for Gentlemen,
T.rtiilou tttt n fix vtra r-
rnntPtl, and so stamped on bottom. Addresa
Smo unci ITpivnrclH
CAN UK INVESTED IN
A POBITIVK ANU HAl'K
15 Per Cent.
Dividend Paying Stoclc.
Full particulars and
Prospectus can be had
on fU-pllcutIon or addressing
H. I.. HI.lllMtt?, Itaiiltcr,
64 Itroaclwuv, 2S. V.
ARE THE BEST.
100 styles, prices 10 suit al!.
Wm. Ay it eh a buNto. PiiiLADLj-rniA.
Sold bj ail deulera.
fl ifMcbUr, Knffliah Diamond flrud.
O riff! n ft 1 ana Only Cennlne.
MFC. svlwava fl!ll kill. LAOI1S UI i
UrnitKliI fur CMrhtttert Bu;Ut Pia-f
monit Brand In lted n 1 o Un f llio
botM, KIil with blue rll fx t. Tnle
;nk nth. Rffttta AimamrouM uftriiu
(ttmi and imitationi A i ProftgUU, or mi 4V
In iiiinpt for J rtleuUri, tuiUmo&Ulj o4
"truer iof iiaa.en," tn tsntr, dj reiant
vi nia. a nnmim m. hs
1ht tt it Mtkhle ftutS aaceufof
1'tclhlUl tot Hl4im flelk
Special Diseases.BltKKl Poison
I'lTRX, blotch. I, rinipleii 9or
MuUlU, Tbr nt, It riUUOCi, 8elt
lent, InBanafctl iil, KtdoiM
Hiri4er, Lwt ruiutj, Wt k back,
lmi9i.a. rtlM. lleUneholrj
Vnsneu Uc.iittr,!mr.4lr.lMiiir7 oJDtoiy.StrUlnrtft,
ill dUttie reiu'tlnj from jt.utb'ui errors or from orttwork,
O.d.Voungcr Middle Aged wwuffrtny.onsr.
ra li Cerun, no ein-nm. ut, I Juid ? rfUini known m
modlotl Wltunic! townee, litlnftiuBl olJclioitiMl,
no m titer who ftlk'd r IW i ot. Vrab oi curel In 4
to 10 lit i Kur(in HoplUl eiptMtnoa In (Irruimoy, Bni
UdiI, Prtoo tn& Amtita, m aerttticitr toil di louiat pro
nJ U year, iritnlioat e xi-crleno 10 000 citti cuieit ftar)
ClJ t CL flflffe wi'lbV to d wrlUing doclor, what
iDlOtUUlmpiv an u-attkHI, knowitMit &4
iptrluDo) nt a ho tu atinw an mai j iitlcnU ptrintoeoU
tore aa lean an. r quacki an 1 a ' r'i'lnc diwiora bM
mined ibeni Bhu-I So urii for -o X "TBl'Tll' anliworn
lilluioulaliioin quanki w ad rtt-na rt ciora ilk
tbrlr falae aul fi au lulcot guarantee- and testimonial!, tbtjlf
oiparicuc, thy do nut I and il it kcbtiu funding
ntonar or frici.dljr talk! and tutlr oh at an t Torthitaa dru
noitbar cf which cu.-i ju lut ar used a- deoj aud mul
In rulo of thousand of t.onn Itin l Mi i newer Hocm.
Evrrr.lv from v 4 M lo3( itliiIu r " ' "?
Ud Sftlurdaj 1 wUnicn tri iiitl-IO Rimdut fro-i v i IX, fM
3tftUiiD,ui.ban. Wtdi.c.iw and yl.ir!jr UU Tim.
Uiptl ul Olhil Billtlle Pirtlj lu Ciifiilii
13) B, Jardln Street,"
1 mil Mill tti