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CAUGHT IN A TRAP
A Gigantic Building Associa
tion Swindlo Exposed.
Trying to Steal Ex-Congress
SEE MY SPONGE ?
man Packer's Body.
tlighcst of all in Leavening Tower. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Prcscnti In the moit elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFOKNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, fonniug an agreeable
and effective laxative tw perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most oxcclltnt remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one it Pilious or Constipated
Plint BLOOD, REFRESHING. SLEEP,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK VOUH 0RUQ0I3T FOB
MANUFACTURED ONLY DY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
WUISVIUe. KY NEW YORK. It. t.
John R. Coyle,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE BKDDALL'S DUILDINa,
Cor. Main and Centre Streets. SHENANDOAH, PA
PROPER TY FOR SALE:
J-A two and one-half story double frame
awewng uou&e, wun sure-room nnarcS'
taurnm.. i.ocaiea on tnsi centre street.
it A'nluob!e properly loented on South Jnr
3-Heven dwelling bouses at the corner of Gil
bert nnd Lloyd streets. Gcofliincstmtnt.
KiTiim.iUm. nfnr&rln. nlftnriKT find tnmbftl
GOLD MEDAL, PA3I3, 1873.
W. Baker & Co.'s
from which tho excess of
oil has hcon removed, Is
audit Is Soluble.
t aro used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is thercforo far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a cttp. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and ndralrably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocors everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Hire cured many thtmnd n-es. C t jt.f pt.ii.nirK-f
hopelest, Uy the ir physEm' Ir.tu first ilow siinpt.iii
raplrllydlsappenr, aiirl in it (rnt t-. -tKIrl-, f
lymmomsaiartmuvol. Send U,t FRtE ROOK of tei"-monUltofmlr-Yry
Tt 'itfti tfRCC (
tculont cures. I LH UlUO fnnillipl r hTC jom i)tir
tiUl, snj ten ten:, in '.u,' u , i.ttajre rsiCMt
lilt II. 11. QHKPV X HO A T JL7A ZTATSa
m Ms SHI,
(TPwheo trjuhl! with thf cnnovlua rrurnlu HU .
-fni'jpDtIy foIlowIuRH coW or 1 puuro, or rrov t-or.
Ututtonal V eaknrHHea ao jterulitir to their wt, fchrui
FEMALE REGULATING FILLS
Thoy are EtreinithBtiln to tho entire frf., i.aii.r
4 t h. iii mind. Bnt iy nm'l, WfCirt' wulni. I. AddiK
" 4 Or. Hartar rftedioir C, IflUiS. fciO
If you contemplate
cial Hchool. It will
ton to visit Hie 'RunHhhTKU mmi.
NESS UNIVEUH1TY before di elding wlioi-e,
though yru mav live a thousand miles away.
It stands nt the bead of the list of commer
cial scnools in Its chaiaclerasan educational
furce, as n medium lor supplying the buslnes
men of the country with trailed and capable
a'H.-iaEts, as a means ot placing ambitious
young men aud womra on the bleu ro.d to
eucctts, und In tho extent, elecance and cokf
ot lUiqulpment. ThoronghCOMMKltCIAI.,
fiiKjui una ujctij I'KAUi'iCAlilWilililsil
10UI18KH. The Tweoty-stventh Annual
l ataloeue will be mailed toany address,
& tUfhwlff". EnUh nimood Rraal.
Original and (Uiy lifnuine.
11 ft. Jwar rtll&LU. ladicu tilt
,mmJ Brand In ltrd ud Cold mcUlUa
ltd lur Luicnuisr tmaiitn tria-
ooim, bobiim will iiiae nuDoa, 1 aLe
noiitlirr. Jicfvt dimarou aubifttu
tiara and imiUtmn. At DrauU(.Drfnil4
la Kiuaipi for prtluulri, teitlmoalKld nJ
Koll. k' for l.aMv." in Uttr. bw rtnn.
OltUk lwtl'F imirawim, fluni raptr
fMh eater Ciicjalcal Uo..H',(lkODHniir.
flfilj tj- W tMl DritftiaU, I'LIUda.,
J if POMEROT,
VICTIM3 IN ALL THE STATES.
Tha Officers Wero Goileotiiig Money and
Making No Loans.
Clever Work by 1'oitalUoa Inipootor
Stunrt Dtszutsed as a l.ottor Carrier
Ho Srctired Important ISvhlonoo Two
OflleUU or tlio Crooked Concern Ar
rtod Tho Menager Has IJIitilluril.
CutCAQo, Aug. 11. Postofllco Inspector
Btunrt has urrestod President Altred
Dovnng nntl Vlco-Prosldont N. II. Tol
man ot tho National Cnpltnl Savings
Building nud Loan Association of North
America, nud exposed a most gigantic
It Is chnrged that tho men who havo
been conducting; this association liavo
swindled thousands ot people from every
Stato In tho Union; that they havo taken
from $200,000 to $000,000 and given noth
ing In return. Tho victims hail from
Malnp to California, and nro numbered
among tho rich and poor alike.
From facts already in possession of the
authorities, the scheme will parallel that
of tho groat "Fund W" swindle, which
was broken up about five yours ago.
Tbero aro still two men at liberty, thoy
having disappeared several weeks ago.
Tho two men who aro missing, It is be
lieved, got away with moat of tho funds.
For six months nud more letters havo
been rocelved from all parts ot tho coun
try by tho postofllco and city authorities
protesting that tho National Capital
Savings Building and Loan Association
of North America was not what its pro
jectors represented It to bo, and that It
was collecting money and making no
Inspector Stuart has been working on
the case tour months. Ho found that
tho concern had agents in every Stato In
tho Union, who wore soiling tho $J1.000,
000 of stook tho compauy hid issued.
Tho Bchomo was advertised through
thoso agents, who were sant documents
and circulars showing tho association to
bo gilt edged.
At tho time Captain Stuart took oharge
of the caso, Louis F. Mortimer, tha gen
eral manager and secretary, was appar
ently tho responsible man, and handled
tho cash received in lurge amounts evory
day. Captain Stuart visited the com
pany's office frequontly, dlsgulsod ns a
letter carrier, in order to secure evldenoo.
Several ( n eoks ago Mortimer disap
peared, and yesterday, after watting In
vain for his return, Capt. Stuart docldod
to securo tho other vlslblo mombors ot
George O. Forguson, of Lincoln, Nob.,
representing about 00 vlotims In his
city, was summoned hero. With his as
sistance tho necessary evidence was com
pleted and tha arrests mado. Three
young womon clerks woro takon info
custody as witnesses.
Until within a fow months the concern,
it Is said, did n heavy business In Phila
delphia, but it nnneara that tho authori
ties thero mado inquiries which resulted
in tlio manager leaving.
THa CHINESE TROUBLE.
Several Vpsseli Oi-dornd to lrocood at
Oncoto l'roteet Amvrtoun Intfreats.
WAsniNQTO.v, Aug. 11. Tho Govern
ment Is alarmed at the situation in
China and is hastonlng to send all tho
vessels that can bo spared for tho pro
tection ot American citizens aud Inter
ests in China,
Tho Navy Department has sont ordors
for tho steamship Marion to proceed at
onco from Bobrlng S0.1 to China,
It is also stated thnt Instruction')' woro
sent for tho Alort to follow tho Marlon.
Id Is not improbable that tho Charleston
may also bo ordered to Join tlio Aslntlo
station'. - j
Offlolal Announcement of llin Minister's
Retirement JilAt Madn Public
WASniNiiTON, Aug. 11. Fredorlck Doug
lass has resigned his position as Mlu
Minister to Ilaytl. Tho letter tendorlng
his resignation Is dated July UOtli, and is
simply tuformal resignation, giving no
reason for his action.
About 40 days ago Minister Douglass
left Port-au-Princo and came to the
United States on leavo ot absence for the
customary period ot 00 days, during
whloh time he has been nt his homo In
An Old l'hy.lclnii Kill. Himself.
BnADyotiD, Pa,, Aug. 11. Dr. T. H.
Stowart, a prominent physician ot this
city, shot himself In tho templo with a
revolver last evonlng. The dead man
wob about 73 years old and had been
a practitioner in this city for eleven
years. Ho lonvos a widow and two chil
dren, who rosldo at Erie. Ill-hoalth and
despondency caused tho act.
Hot at tho Summer Capital.
OAr-E Mat, N, J., Aug. 11. Tho intones
heat lessened tho dally amount of oxecu
tivo business thnt has been usually trans
noted. S. B. Elklns has boon a Into mys
terious visitor at the Capo Capitol. It is
understood hero that he, Qeuoral Clark
son, Mr. Wnnainakor and Mr, Quay hold
a meeting in Philadelphia, tho result of
which has not transpired.
Temporary Injunction Granted.
Boston, Aug. 11. A temporary Injunc
tion has been granted against tha order ot
tho Royal Ark In the suit, of John MoLeod
and otliors, who allogo that thotr certifi
cates havo matured and are unpaid, and
that the ofllcers of the ordor seek to dlvort
Its funds for Illegal purpows.
Will Mot Work With Negroes.
MiDDUtBBono, Ky., Aug. 11. Trouble ii
feared in the coal mines ot this city.
The whites object to tno employment oi
colored laborers, and the latter havo fre
quently been "run off" by tho whiti
Cardinal Olbbona Starts for Mllwnuke.
Baltimokb, Md., Aug. 11. Cardinal
Gibbous left here latt evening for Mil.
waukeo. On the 20th Inst, he will de
liver to Archbishop Katzertho pallium
the special Insignia of his high office,
gent him by the Pope.
Kuipernr William In Itobint Health.
Biiftu.v, Aug. 11. Tho Cologne) Ga.
lotte says (hat the Kaiser la in robust
health, uses his leg easily, and will dis
pense with the doators nttor a few short
Tho Chicago Club Wins tho First Oira
With the Oliltitf.
AT NEW TOnlt.
New York 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 1 -'J
ChlciiRo 3 OOObOOOS 4
ItatUrlos-Hmle and llucklcr. Hutchinson
HrooMyn 0 UO02003 0 O
Clnolnmtl S 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 x 8
ilstterlos Terry ami Klnslows Illilnes and
PltUbiiru 1 01 10S00 0-8
Iloston O 0081480 X 0
llntterlus 'talilwln, Onlvln and Miller;
Philadelphia 1 0001001 0-3
Cleveland 0 801 4 000 x-7
Hntterloa-Tliornton, Olenson and Clotnenta
Viau and Ztmmer.
The National Lcaguo Kccoril.
Cluhx. iron. Txnt. Ct Guht. n'm. TKit. CI
Chionzo . ,54 WJ .000 Droo'.dyn 4'J 44 .483
Iloston ....60 37 ,S73 Clovelnnd.ail 48 .17.1
NoWork..47 35 .573 Cincinnati .37 St .107
l'birdol'a..41 14 .600 Pittsburg ..33 S3 .308
Columbus 0 0300110 05
Doston 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 00
Uattorios-Knoll and Dowse; Grilllth aud
Cincinnati 4 0010030 0 8
Athletics 3 0 1 6 1 8 2 B 010
Batteries Crano, Mains and Kelly; Vaughn,
Bounders and Mjlllgan.
at ST. LOUIS.
St. louts 1 0000800 0-3
lialtlmoro 0 1 3 2 0 7 0 8 x-15
Ilattorles-Btlvctts and Munynn; Ilaily and
Loulsrlllo Q 030103099
Washington 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0
llattorlos Monklm and Cnblll; Foreman,
Fitoljorj and .McGulru.
The Association Uooortl,
Clua.. iron. put. f,-( Club: Won. 7wf. C't
rto3ton....05 30 .0S1 Columbus. .411 60 .470
Bt. L011U..8I 37 . Cinclnu'tl. 43 61 A'M
Unltimorefi4 37 .303 Wash'ton.,30 00 .333
AlblcticiS 43 .310 LOU-VU10....33 07 .330
Knstorn Aasoolntlou Oamcs.
Trovldcnoo 0 30012001 17
Newllavon 0 00000 '0 00 0-0
Ilnttcrios-Stalb and Murphy; Clark9on and
A lluslunss Agent Is Ovor G20,000 Short
In ills Accounts.
Atlanta, Ga,, Aug. 11. Thero Is n
sensation in Alllauca clrclos. J. O.
Wynno, business ago tit of tho Georgia
Stato Alliance Is over $20,000 short in
his accounts. Tho directors appointed
W. A. Broughton, treasurer of tho Ex
change, to examine tho books and tho
shottago was discovered. Wyuno la un
der 11 bond of ?50,000.
The bondsmen held n meeting to ar
r ungo tho payment ot nil shortages.
Tho Exchange claims that tho shortage
is an out and out defalcation, but Wynne
makes tho stntoment thnt tho shortage
was due to olerlcal errors and lost vouch
ers. Tho nflulr is creating a tremendous
DILLON NOT IN A HURRY.
lie Is Uuluctnnl About Taking Part In tha
Present Irlth Struggle.
Dublin, Aug. 11. Thero is little ex
citement nt prosout In Irish polltloal af
fairs. Dillon, who was willing at first
to bo nggreslve against Parnoll, lias, It Is
said, almost concluded not to take a
share In tho strugglo betweou the two
Tho reported soandal In tho family ot
an Irish M. P. opposed to Parnoll will
probably not como betoro tho public,
Tho first wife, It Is said, has acoepteil
tho offered compromise, aud will main
tain tho rotlcenco on the subjeot whloh
she has maintained for yearn.
It is said that Timothy Healy has re
ceived an Intimation from Dillon that nt
taoks of n personal obaraoter on Mr. anil
Mrs, Parnoll wero very distasteful and do
ing vtor.0 barm than good.
Only genuine blocd 1 urlfler known; It currs
sliln disease", ibeumatliin, gout, liver and
kidney troubles.anu removes all scroniloits
and specltto blood talnls. No mineral, no
failures and no relapses. '
Sold at Klrlln's Drug Store,
Ferguson't Hotel Ploek, Shniapdoah, Pa,
AROUND AND ABOUT.
HOW TIIF.Y LKl'T OLD DADDY I1KIIINI
From N. Y. "World."
A enrt drawn by a single ox dtove
up to the depot platform and n middle
need colored Hum mid his w lfo and live
children irnt out. Tliev mi nlil
Irutik, u fi'ntl:cr bid iuhT two or three
bundles, nud wero colm; tin to snin
point In Gforgiu. The cart was driven
uwuy by u nero boy, nud twenty mln-
uub mieroLooi uteqiicercetohuiurKli'S
voti ever stiw eamu tiVwn the street U
li:ul taken. He was bow-legged, huatp-
uncKen, grey-neudeu nun lame, tiuu He
looked to bun hundred vpnrsnlil.
"Thar' conns daddy!1' exclaimed the
woman as shectuiuhtslehtnf him. unit
each one of tho children echoed the
Tho old ninn homed nud hobbled In
a queer way, nud ho looked scared nud
nuxtous as ho llunllv arrived at tho
tno piatiorm. just tnen tue nusonmi
ciuiiiMi i) ami oeuiumied:
" Now, what yo's dolu' yereT' ok
"I dun cnu't stay 'deed I can't!"
replica tue old man.
"Hut yo's got to I Didn't wo tnlk it
alloberl Didn't weduu suy weLouldn't
"Chlllen!" said daddy, 11s hn
reached out his hands, "doan' leave
' do ole man yere I Hp's dun gwlno to
starve to deatli ir yo' do I Aloises
Mary take do 0I0 man 'long up to
Giiugia wid yo 1"
Wo began to make inquiries, nud we
found the family to bo sijuatters on a
piece of laud four or live mites from
town. Moses was his own sou, and
for four or livo years the old man had
been almost helpless, aud consequently
n burden. To get rid of hlni they
were going to journey to a now loca
tion, leaviug him entirely alone on the
'squat" to live as beat hecoutd. They
had talked it ova- two or threo times
with him, but he was so old and chll'
leh that he had not fairly understood.
They had sei retly laid their plans and
had slipped quietly away lu thoearly
morning, leaving him fust asleep.
When he awoke and missed (hem ho
had set out for the depot, and here he
was to appeal to his own tlcsu aud
blood not to bo left behind.
The daughter-in-law seemed to bo
bitter ngnlust Uini and to exercise a
strong iull'ieneo over the son. While
he stood there begging for his life, as
itwcie, she rose up and gave him a
slap aud said:
"It'snouee, 0I0 daddy! We hain't
dun gwlno to take yo', an1 if you doan'
go back I'll hurt yo' powerful bad!"
Several of us interfered to prevent
further assault. The old man took it
meekly, and turned to tho sou with:
' Moses, yo' was de only chilo I uol!
Was yo' gwlne to leavo yo' ole datldy
to die In do bresh?"
" We dun can't takoyo', 'cause yo' Is
too old an' it costs too much."
" I'll work, Moses I'll work hard if
"I say we hain't gwlno to take yo'!"
bluntly exclaimed the woman.
" Qrau'childreti! " he pleaded, as ho
turned to the little onus, "is yo' all
gwine to leave yo1 ole gran'ftidder to
starve an die?"
They were silent.
"Yes, yo' clti'r right out, now, yo'
useless trash I" shouted the woman,
looking around In a deilant way; and
after lonkiug from one to another in
hones to arouse pity the old man half
fell, half rolled oil tho platform and
walked uowu tno truck, it was
straight away for two or threo miles
and ho had shambled oil to a distance
of about forty rods when we saw tho
express coming. Ho was facing it.
He hobbled on a few yards further,
and then halted, faced about ami
dropped on his knees right in the
center of tho track. It was half a min
ute before we understood. Then it
was too late. The engineer whistled
aud we saw the fire fly as tho air
brakes hugged tho wheels, hut the
ueavy train could not ue stunned,
When it drew up at the depot there
were splashes of blood on the bars of
I lie pilot, and tue limp and broken
body of old daddy was lying lu tho
uazei-iiusues up tue tract:, jni. uuad.
WAsniNOTON. Aug. 11. For Now Englnndi
Contlnue.1 warm; southwesterly winds; fair
For Eastern Now York, Now Joreoy and
Connecticut! Continued warm; southwest
erly winds and generally fair wcatbor.
For Western Now York ami Wcstornronn
tylvanta; Oenerally fair, except looal ruins on
the lako ghoroi southwosterly winds; slightly
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific h the great
developer, of dolicato cliilcV
ron. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates tho skin to ,
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to 3 S- S
Seed for oar treatise on Blood acj
B VI it Sfbooto Co., Atlanta, (fa
THEY LEFT IN GREAT HASTE.
A Eailroad Man Saw Them at Work in
Passing the Cemetery.
II Slodn n Might Nnlno nlld tho Oravn
Robbers Itll.heil Amix. Leaving Their
Tools llohluil All Suulmry limited Over
the Hold Attempt to Hob tho OrnTo
No Trnco of the Ihtovcs.
SuNBunv, Pn Aug. 11. A daring at
tempt was made early in tho morning to
securo the remains ot tho late Hon. J. 1).
Packer, at Snnbury, but tho fortunate
appearanco of a brokeman spollod tho
gravo robbers' plans.
Tho peoplo aro much cxcltod over tho
affair, and dotoctlves nro at work to se
curo clues in order to arrest tho guilty
ones. Soon cftcr tho Congressman and
mllllonalro'i. remains wero laid to rost
guards were placed ovor tho gravo to pro
vent a posslblo attack by ghouls for tho
purpose of claiming n ransom for Its re
turn. A week ago tho family concluded
that thero was no necessity for tho guards,
and they wero dlschargod.
Tho cemetery Is opposlto tho lowor
yard of tho Pennsylvania Railroad.
About 1 o'olook Urakom ti Myers was
walking down tho tracks when ho hoard
tho nolsa In tho cemetev;.
Listening attentively ho heard tho rat
tlo of dirt aud clicking of picks.
no was startled for a moment, but
Anally arrived at the conclusion that tho
sexton, In ordor to osoapa tho boat of
midday to prepare a gravo, had cbosou
the cool hours of early morning to do
e Not qulto satisfied, Myers leaped over
tho feuco and proceed lu tho direction of
the noiso. It whs dark, and In walking
by n grave GO feet from tho sounds
tripped and foil over a tombstone.
Tha tall mado considerable uo!o, and
when ho aroiO Myors was startled by
threo men who rati rapidly past him and
Into tho underbrush.
Tho Ghouls Frightened.
Tho brnkeman ran back to tho railroad,
and calling several companions, onco
moro Invaded the gr.iveynrd and found a
number of ljjck'j and shovols ovor tho
gravo of Mr. Packer"
A foot ot earth was excavated from tho
grave. No trace of tho would-bo body
snatchers could bo found. Tho work of
tho ghouls was tha most daring thing
evor perpetrated in Sunbury.
Not twenty feot awny truln men wero
working, but thoy failed to hoar tho noiso
until Br.tkomnn Myers gavo the alarm.
When tho news was flashed through Sun
bury tho population was vory much ox
cited. Although evory effort possible Is being
mado to run down tho marauders, tho
officers havo thus fur been unsuccessful
In tholr work.
THE BAKER-GILMER CASE.
Strong Lnngungo Ued hv Ouo of tho
Abinobon, Vn., Aug. 11. J. C. Wysor
opened the argument for tho prosecution
in tbo Baker-Ollmer case. Ho began with
an Imaginary plcturo of tho courtship
and early mnrrled lifo of Dr. and Mrs.
Baker, nnd tho homo ot Qllmor and hla
wlfo before murdorilnrkenoil the ono anil
the seducor tho other. Turning to Bakor
"Had you invaded my homo nnd de
stroyed my happiness as you did Wynd
ham Qllnior'x, I would have sought you
out with shining steel nnd buried it
in your treacherous heart. Gilmer
choso tho courts ns tlio Held lu which ho
would settle with you, nnd in tho unmo
of tho Commonwealth ot Virginia, I
charge you with murder most foul and
damn ble, aud your life ts tho penalty."
Wysor was followed by ox-Attornoy-Genoral
Blair In an argument devoted
mainly to an nualysls of Mrs. Gllmor's
testltnouy, and In which he pictured her
as a shameless adulteress uuworthy of
Congressman Buchanan will oloso for
Expert lu Tuitiry This Aftoruoon.
Philadelphia, Aug. 11. A meeting ot
Councils Investigating Commlttoo will
bo hold this ntt9ruoon nt !) o'clock. It
was thought that the exports appolutud
by the committee, Mossrs. llolus nnd
Whelau, would bo ready with tholr re
port this weok, but It has boon found ad
visable to allow them moro time. Tho
mooting to-day will In nil probability bo
an interesting one. Tlio mayor's experts,
Taylor, Fnunce and JLawronco B. Brown,
will be tho chief and, perhaps, only wit
nesses. Tho commlttoo Is now trying to
find what becomo of tho $025,000 whloh
Mr. Burdsley said ho deposited la the
Key tone National Bank.
ij si.inttd out of onioc.
PnOVlDEKCE, R. I., Aug, 11. It Is
stated that the World's Fair manngors
have loglslnted themselves out ot olllco.
At tho July session ot tho Legislature n
bill was passod increasing vho appropria
tion for the use of tho managers from
$10,000 to $25,000, and it Is now iIIscqv
orod that tho clauBa requlriug the appoint
ment ot members ot the board within SO
days after the passago ot tho net was re
tained from the old bill, thus necessita
ting the ro-appolntmont ot the buard by
Iturned to Donlli In Ilia lli.u.e.
BuDFonD, Pa., Aug. 11. Jacob May, a
prominent farmer, living eight mllos
from here, met with n terrible delta last
night. May was subject to fits. Ho
want Into tbo housa with n lantorn, wat
taken with u fit and by falling t the
floor tho lantern exploded, setting tire to
the liouso and burnlua the unfortunato
man to n crisp wlthathe house and all Its
A airl'e Ilody Idellllllvd.
Bdffalo, N. Y., Aug. 11. The body of
tho girl discovered near LewUton line
been identified as that of ilWs (Jont Far
thing of this city, a respeotahle young
girl. Enough evldenoo wan found by
tier parents to provo it was their daugh
ter, and her death was a coutemulantl
Senator VetLlor III.
FlWDONIA, N V, Aug. 11 -fngrjM
man Hookev has rcsived i Jh,miio1i
stating tha hitate S((,ini.. VjJ.f.r Is
AS I DID
ONCE A M
WITH WET SPONGE
LADIES, IT COSYd
cent a foot
to -hnn(jt? the Kppenranre o i I
Furniture so comnletelv tunt
your husbands will think it i-. r.t w
WILL DO IT ft ask roR it
WOLPr A RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
FLY M ETS
CHEAP Aft STRONG.
i0 other styles 6-. :".-t, -iTOi t.i mi., all
Va.AYKK-,AI l. ,,!'!. ..MULPillA.
t?c d by n'l e. pi's
Ask my nsriits for W. I.. lnuotn Shoe-..
If not lur suit I11 ,our tIncu n.. roue
flcalor In wend for cniiitnuuc, eccuro tho
livelier, nmt get thrill lor xiu.
CiTTAIiU NO SUIISTlTUTi:. jM
WHY IS THE
S3 SHOE gentTeWn
THE tiEST SHOE IN THE WOULD FOR THE MONEY?
It U nseaniles-iMioe, lit nu tucks ur wax thread
to hurt tliofot'lj mado ot tin bent lino calf, dtjilsti
nnd fiiy, nnit because ice nifke vure ehs of thi
gnul)' thnn niy otfur manufiu titter, It rquuU uant.t
noweil rili 11 11 cowtilivt frmu tn 8.(KJ,
f&gZ OU (at'ituliin llantl-4CfMl tht finest cnlt
ipJ nwv ewt oltt-rtil for nnial t'rcneU
Imported sIuum ihlclicoht from .Oito Slit").
CA UO HninNriviMl Welt Hlme lino calf.
P,h4'B stylish, uomfortnblrt and durable. The Ik '6
shoo crer otTercd nt thli t sttnio Krade as cits
tom-madii Ikkh coiling from $rf.it) to $!UO.
CtO HO rllce Midt'i Karmern, Hallruad Men
P i nud Letter Carrlerent 1 v far them. Hup culf,
fenmlcs, smooth Inside, heavy threo soles, exten
tlon eilrfp. one pnlr III wear a year.
rtt tUui culfi in better rilmoovfr ti rod at
thlj pileu; ono trial will c': uco thosj
who want a shoe for comfort anc) tvvlce.
C5 J5 and &'OU Woiklnuninn'r ehced
i?at nro ery stnmn nnd durable. 'Uuipq who
Imvo given them a trial will weur no other make.
K2r?e ' S"J.O( nud S1.7S school shoes am
tSSvJJo worn by tho boisuvurywhere; tbeysell
on their merits, a the inerenBliiK sales show.
E cirSloc '''(l1' Uniid-M'ivt'il shoe, besfi
tnCaU 1 l)oneola, very stylish; enuala t reucls
imported shoes eostlnt? from Jl.'W to (W.u).
I.ndlcii. tt'J.OII find A shoo for
Mliwea aro tho bent tine Ijongola. St) llsh nud durable.
Caution. Seo that W. L. Dongla' unmo ami
prlco are stamped on the I Hit torn of each shoo.
V. Ut LUUVJLA, UrWlkkUU, dlU99
iSt3L033. ftxs. C3S.O J33l 27 CV
Green Truck, Fine Giocerics,
Bclawnreroe thsd and o'.hcr frtsh rich right
ironi ino loaiE on rumyM. rrtsu
Greens fiom I ho tout li.
Evan's Buildirj, E. Centre St.
(J. 3. milla iia' old itaml)
Everything new atjd'ieth. Goodt dellverccl
to any pari, oi iowu.
R. C. KNIGHT & SON.
W. S. SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoo Store,
(Mastellcr's old stand,)
Corner Coal unci Jattlln His.
Mr. Bnvcter will always Icep In slcrk a fine
line of boots and shoes.
Custom Wox It nnd RcpnlriiiK
dnno in tlinlifstPlvle. He cuarantees to fell
cheaper lbtn ccn.relltcrs on ilaln street who
nave mgreoiBio jHy.iuiu fcuaiiuit.c a svuu
j no barcalu on every purchase.
iiful ltd Sliest Rti'iblc Forelj Cut Cmilij
120 8, Jaidtn Btrwt
Pure Ice Cream 1
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and EETAIL
Orders promptly attended lo. Particular ah
fentlon iwltt lo linlls, Picnics,
NOHTII MAIN BTKEKT,
ar Corntr of Lloyd, (HENAIiOOAH, PENNAi
WASH THEM CLEANx