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Presents fn the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
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 AND BOWELS.
It Is themost excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one Is Ihlious Or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH and OTREHCTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUtt DRUQQIST FOR
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
LOUISVILLE. KY NEW YORK. N. T.
John R. Coye,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE IlEDDALL'8 BniLDINO,
Cor. Main and Centre Streets. SHENANDOAH, PA
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
1 A two nnd one-half Btory double frame
aweiung rjouse, wuu store-room ana res.
laurant. Located on feast Centre street.
ii A valuable property located on South Jar
3 Beven dwelling hoiipes at the comer of Gil.
bert and Lloyd streets. Good Investment.
coo North Fourth St.,
UOO bl. Greto, Pmilahiltmia,
Urn only genuine German American
BpccliUit In th United Statu who U
able to car OlOOd PolflOn.
NorvouB Debility "4 Spe
cial Diseases th
Skin DlneaMi. Red hpoUPalai In tho
Blotch?!, Pimples, Krupttoni, oft or
hard Uloen, Swelling!, Irrltailoni,
Inflammation! and Running!,
Suifllum, Weaknew and Eirly
loil memory, wk back, mental anxiety, KMney nd
BlaMer DlieuM and all Dlicucs remltlnir from F.icpnici,
Indlretlon or Overwork. Rewnt eae cored In 4 to 10 "J
relief at onca. Da not low hope, no mutter what
ttalnv Iloctor, Qnack, Family or IloipUal Pnyrielan bai failed.
Dr, T1ISEL cure pOBlttvely with" dn"on frora
bustneit. oto, Tocfd, MinoLi aokd hd thmk eoirriMriiTin
wiRRiAOR rlnTi or poor, send Jo. itamp for book
''TRUTH' exposing Qnaclu under sworn teitlmonlnui.
Hovw, dailT from to S, IVfii 8 to 9. Wed, and Bat.
Xt'k 6 to 10. SundiT 9 till II. Writ or eall and b lavad.
for Referent ieeWodn.-M Bamrday rMIa. dally Time
i io truuoiod wun tnoFannori::j; irMLtm.u-. w
friM'iently follohisi coldoripr nra, or fiitm in
at i jttona Yi e. Wdm-us . o pecnHi.r ui thr r al.i ilJ
L Ue BR. DuCHOINC'S C-lr.hrMea
'MALE REGULATING FILLS.
WJ Uayttrrt 6tron(rt'ie t-(j. - i-.ii' -:f .part
t'nt, Tiifpr'inaii inrtfti' fun otimll tnartlona of liody
.a mi ml. uenr r , i n i-'i.ir r- -m
f. Hflrtn" FvU,. .-vitk- Co.. jT. UJJiS. MO
Hick Headache and relievo all tho troubles locf
dent to a bilious state of tho system, suoh aa
Dizziness, Nausea, Drowslne. Distress after
eating, Pain lu the Bide, to. While their most
rem?Jtable success has been shown la curing A
SlcacUche, yet Carter's TJttla Liver Mia on
equally Yaloable In Constipation, curing and pro
Venting this annoying complaint, white theyalsa
correct all disorders of tho stomachtlmulato tho
liver and regulate tho bowels. liven if they only
I P8LS.S. VCCS3
3jeuier from this distressing complaint; butforta
nmjxiately their goodness dooa notend hcro,snd thosa
jBfvrho once try them will find thesollttlopillaYalu.
'able In soman? ways that they will not bo wll
tllDE to do without them. But after alleles bead
flBthobanecf so many Uvea that here fa whera
lv?oinaio our great boost. Our pills euro It while)
I others do not.
Carter's Little Liver mia aro very small and
Tory easy to take. Ono or two pills mako a dosa.
They areetriotly vegetabla end do not grips or
purge, but by their gentlo action pleasoall who
usothem. Invilsat25ceutst llvofortl. Sola
by druggists everywhere, or eont by malL
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York:
SMALL PILL. SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
itfA (l.k..l t. T ... . ... T.
ViTYt "' iuKf i ,;.
fn wjf ,o
I fill ,nt- DrwatUu, or leoj 4
I W In m h ,i ftr ii-i Honi tri, tMtluouIbU nail
W S-l 'ltrllt f for Hdtl'ft, ia Utter, by ret an
told by alTLuaal ir.nu. l'lilUd" 1'2
Or tlio I.l'iuor llitblt, rotlilu ly Curcu
U7nuiutini4riiiff nr. iiauie'
It It mnuufaotured u a powder, which can be given
tn a gloss of beer, a oup of cotfee or tea, or In food,
without the knowledge of the patient It ii absolutely
haroilese, a td vlU eiTdot a permanent and speedy
re. whe' n"r the patient le a moderate drinker or
, au a"nuiii wrjw v um ugqu kivcu iu iuguwiaa
tA of eaaea, and tn every mtftanoe a perfect oure hae fol
f. iVr1 1 niv4K Fslisv TbeiTitem onf ltnnritcrnAsk
(48 vase book of particulars free. To bo had o'
C. H.jHAGENBUCH, Druggist, Shenandoab
MONTT IS PRESIDENT
Chili's New Rtilor Rccognizotl
By tho United States.
NEWS PHOM MINISTER EG AN,
En is in Cordial Communication with tha
The rciisacola Ordered to Ilonolulo-.
Germany Slmle a Mistake In Arresting
tho rhllndelplilan Moxlco's rumous
Ullltary Hand Allowed to ISnter the
AVASiitMOTON, Sep. 8. Tho Stnto De
partment telegraphed to Minister Egan
on tho 4th Inst, that If a Kovcrnmeiit ac
ceptable to the people hod been formed
by thoCongresslonnl party that ho should
rccognlzo It and open communication
with Its hood.
Tho department Is just In receipt ol
a Uilogram from Mr. Egan stating thnt o
provisional govornmcnt had been formod
on the 4th Inst, with Jorge Xlontt ns
president and was universally accepted
by the people, and that he (Egan) was in
very cordial communication with it.
Wabiiikoton, Sep. 8. Scnor Lazcano,
tho Chilian Minister, has offlclnlly in
formed the State Department thnt ha
will bo nbsent from Washington for
tome timo, and In his nbencohehas desig
nated Senor Jorgo A. Burnnga, secretary
of the Legation, as Chnrgo d' Affaires.
Germany Blade a Mistake In Arresting,
WAbiiikqtoN, Sep. 8. Carloton Graves,
tho American who was on Saturday last
arrested nt Mayenco, Germany, on tha
chargo of being a spy, has been liberated,
the Government hnving nothing on which
to hold him.
When nrrested Graves represented
himself as being a photographer, and his
residenco as Philadelphia. Ills luggago
wns seized by tho German authorities and
searched for evidence of his guilt, but to
Graves, it has been discovered, is tho
son of Robert Graves of Barnesvlllo, Bel
mont, 0., and a ncphow of Joseph
Graves, a prominent man of Philadelphia.
Ho has been in the employ of the Penn
sylvania Railroad for some years, and is
ono of its most trusted employes. Ho
was traveling on his vacation.
TO PREVENT FROST.
Anuther TJse Suggested for Col. Dyren
furth's ltuiu Machines.
WAsmNOTON, Sep. 8. As an outgrowth
of Bonator Forwell's scheme for artificial
rain production, artificial frost preven
tion is now suggested by L. G. Knlffen of
Chicago. He has written a letter to Seo
retary Rusk on tho subject. Hi3 theory
is that clouds or nrtlfloinl mists prevent
tho radlotion of heat from theonrth. He
suggests that the machinery nnd ma
terials used by Colonel Dyrenfurth In
causing rain be tested as a means for
bringing the olouds closer to the earth
nnd of creating a sort of a fog which will
be a prevention ugalnst the ravages of
The Tensacola Ordered to Honolulu.
WAsmnOTOX, Sop. 8. Orders were sent
from tho Navy Department last evening
to tho commander of the Pcnsncola at
Ban Francisco ordering him to sail with
out delay to Honolulu. Tho United
States has not been represented by a
man-of-war in the Hawaiian Inlnnds for
heveral months and the Btato Department
has come to the conclusion that this gov
ernment has too many Interests in that
locality to delay longer in having tho
Stars and Stripes absent from Hawaiian
Proe Delivery a Success.
Washington, Sop. 8. Postmnstor-Gen-eral
Wanamaker Is very indignant that
during his absence on vacntlon nn ill
informed clerk in ono of tho bureaus of
the Postofllco Department had given out
falso information to tho press that the
free dollvery experiments are not a suc
cess. Ho caused an examination of the
latest reports from these experiments to
be made and found they were succeeding
beyond his most sanguine expectations.
Garland Has Ilatlred from Publlo Life.
Wabotnotoh, Sep. 8. Ex-Attorney-Genernl
Garland, rcforring to n para
graph mentioning him as a enndidato for
the vacant Inter-State Commerce Com
mi9sionership, said that he would not
accept the ottlca If tendered to him. He
has permanently retired from public Ufo
and Is devoting himself to the practice of
law. Ho also declined an appointment to
the Supreme Bench.
Mexico's Military Band May ISnter.
Wabkixqton, Sep. 8. The Treasury
Deportment, upon tho request of Min
ister Romero, has granted permission for
tho Mexican Military Hand to enter tha
Unitod States and proceed to Portlond,
Ore., where this famous band will tako
part In the Oregon State Exhibition.
The United State Will Get Thorn.
Touonto, Sep. 8. Forty families of
destitute Jews, who had beon expelled
from Russia, arrived in this city by train
from Montreal last night, nnd wore met
and taken care of by liabbi Elzas and a
number of monlod and influential He
brows of this place. This morning they
were sent ovor on the Chlcora to Lewis,
ton and will bo sent on to Buffalo and
various points in tho United States.
An Amerloan Woman l'ardonrd.
Wiesbaden, Sep. 8. Emperor William,
has pardoned Mrs. O'Neill, wife of Gen.
O'Nell 'who claimed to have been art
officer In the United States army, who
shot and dangerously woundod her hus.
band on May 24th last, and who has
since then been in prison. Mrs. O'Nel)
will be at once released from conflnment.
An Insane l'atlent Would lie Free.
Baltimore, Sep. 8. John K. Nunan, a
patient in Mount Hope Asylum, is seek
ing by an appeal to tha courts to be re
leased from his captivity. He Is worth
(200,000, has an inoomeof $18,000 a year,
is single and has no one dependent on
Fourth-Class Postmasters Named.
Wabhihotok, Sep. 8. Fourth-class
Sostmasters have Just been appointed in
ew York Stata us follows: K. Smith,
at American Union, and J. Luuiley, at
N EVERY Re
ceipt that calls for
use the "Royal."
Better results will
be obtained because it is
the purest. It will make
the food lighter, sweeter,
of finer flavor, more di
gestible and wholesome.
It is always reliable and
uniform in its work.
I have found the Royal Baking
Powder superior to nil others.
Late Chef, Delmonlco's.
NEW YORK REPUBLICANS.
The Slate as Arod Upon for the Itoeh
RocliKSTETt, N. Y., Sep. 8. Everything
Is In roadlneas for tho opening of the
Republican State Convention tomorrow,
nnd dolegatcs aro already beginning to
The Western Union has run 10 wires
into convention hall for special service,
nnd the Postal Telegraph have run ns
many moro into tho hnll.
Tho slate agreed upon is said to bo as
For Governor, J. Sloat Fnssett; Lieut..
Governor, Philip Becker of UufTnloi Sec
retary of State, John W. Vrooman;
Attorney General, Wm. A. Sutherland;
Comptroller, Senator Ernstlne.
Should Becker refuse the nomination
for Lieut. -Governor It will be offered to
Wadsworth, and In the event of his re
fusal to McAlpin.
Tho platform it is stated will contain
a hard money olauso. favor reciprocity,
endorse the administration, and thero
will bo no high license.
Elaborato arrangements aro being
made for the celobration Wednesday
night. Thero will bo a big parado, and
tho Itcnublicnn clubs of tho city win
march through Powers Hotel Hnll.
There will be n magnificent fireworks
Heart disease Is by far the most frequent
cauxe of sudden dcjih, which In three out of
lour rases is uususptcleu. The symptoms uro
dot cenerally understood These are: lying
on tha right side, short breath, pain or die
treks lu tide, bacs; or shoulder, irregular
pulee, iistl.ma, weak und buiiKty bpells, wind
In siortiacb, swelling o. nukles or dropsy,
oppression, dry couth and Miiot tiering. Dr.
Miles' Illustrated hoolt on Heart lllkense. free
atO. II. liat;enbucli, who sell nnd guarantee
Dr. Allies' unequaled New Heart Cure, ard his
ltesluratlo Nervine, which cures nervou.
ness, headache, Meeplesfeiics .effects of drink
lug, etc. It coulnlL6 no opiates.
Tiino to advertise.
Miles' Norvo ana Liver Pills
Vet on a new principle regulating the
liver, Hotmich and dowels through the nerves
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Fills speedily
cure biliousue'", had taste, torpid liver, piles,
constipation, unequaled lor men, women,
children. BmHlltsI, uilluest, surest 1 5ldoi.es,
S5ctB. Samples r'reo, at U. II. llagenlmcu'i"
Air tho cellar?.
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you heed the vtarnlng? The Mgnal per
bans ol tfcn sure spnroHCh of that more ter
rible dlseaho. Consumption. Ask yourselves
If you can afford for the sake or saving m
cents, tn run the rUk und do nothing for It.
V know from experience that Khiloh's Curs
will Cure j our Cough. It never lulls. This
explains why more than a Million ttottles
were sold the past year. It relieves Croup
aud Whopping Coni-h at once. Mothers do
not be without It. Kor Lame Back, Hide or
Chest, usnHhllnh'8 Porous 1'JaBter, Hold by
V. II. Hagenbucn, E. corner .Vain and
Leaves are coloring.
A. Cure for Constipation and
Dr. Silas Lane, whilo in tho Rocky
Mountains, discovered r root that whn
combined with other herbs, makes an eas
tnd certain cure for constipation, It is in
the form of dry roots and leaves, and Is
known as Lane's Family Jlodlciue. It
will euro sick beadncho. For tho blood,
liver and kidnoys, and for clearing up the
complexion it doss wonders. Druggists
tell it at 60 conts n package
Frosty mornings soon.
Ask Your Friends About It.
Your distressing cough can be cured
Wo know it because Kemp's Balsam
within the past few years has cured eo
many coughs and colds In thlslcommunity.
Its remarkable salo has beon won entirely
by its genuine merit. Ask some friend
who has used it what ho thinks of Kemp's
Halsarn. Thero Is no medicine eo puro,
nonoso effoctivo. Largo bottles COo andfrl
-it all druggists'.
The tickets are now in the field.
Shlloh'o Consumption Cure.
This Is beyond question the most sue
eeselul Cough Medicine we have ever sold,
lew iIokw Invariably cure the wont caws oj
Cough, Croup, and Ilionchltls, while Its won.
derrui success in the cure of Consumption is
without u parallel In the history of medicine.
Since It's nrbt discovery It has been sold on a
funranlee, a test which no other medicine
can stand, I: you have a Cough we earnestly
ask you to try it. l'rloe 10 cents. 60 oents, and
11.1)0. If your Ltines ore sore. Chest or Back
lame, use Hblloh'a Porous Plaster. Bold bv
O. U. IlaL-enbuch, N. . corner Main and
Qrapes are plenty aud good this sea
son. Startling- Faots.
The American people are rapidly becoming
a raoe of nervous wrecks, and tho following
suggests the bestren edyi Alpbooso Jleraptl
lug, of Duller, Pa., swtars that when his son
was speechless from Ut. Vitus dance Dr.
Miles' great Restorative Nervine cured him.
Mrs. J. It. Miller, of Valparaiso, and J. II.
Taylor, of Logansport, Ind., eaua culnedlU
pounds from taking It, Mrs, II. A. Gardner,
of Vistula, Ind., was cured of 40 to 60 con.
vulslousa day, and much hcadach?, dlizl
ne s, backache and nervous prostration by
one bottle. Trial bottles, and One books of
marvelous cures, free at O. U, llageutmcli,
the druggist, who recommends and girnrau.
tees this unequaled remedy.
Chicago Won Ono Game nnd Lost One,
aud tho New Yorks tha Sumo.
AT HEW YORK.
New Yorie..O 00220000 1-1
Clnclnnstl ,,0 OU0020400I! t
Unttrrles-ltuile aud Clark Mullnco anl
New York -J 1020001 0-1
Cincinnati 0 0000000 0-4
lttttcrles-Uwinj and Clarko: Crane and Hor
Brooklyn 0 II 0 2 2 0 3 2 3-21
Cblcmro u 0000030 0-j
Ilnttcrles-Cirutliors and Dalley; Vlokerj
Ilrooklyn 1 1 1 1 0 0 3 0 1-1
Chicago 3 0 111 0 0 0 0-1
Hatterlcs-Lovett an! Daly; Schrlver and
Philadelphia 1 0010000 11
rittsburs- 3 0101010 0-(
Batteries Thornton and Clements; King anj
Philadelphia. 0 1000000 01
Pittsburg 0 0331008 x I
nttorios Keefo and Clements; nuldwln ahd
Iloston-Clevelaud (tames postpouod on ao
count of ruin.
NtUloutil League Record.
uunt. ii on. tost irt raitoi. rni. TyviL fri
Chicago... 70 43 .uai Cleveland. 51 01 ,461
xiostou o.j t .flu iirooKiyn.-to ui ,4-t
New York. 48 4 0 . 558 l'lttsburir.48 05 .4-.
l'blla'phla.68 63 .6-!7 ClU0lU'lltl.4S US .391
American Association Games.
-Athletics 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 1- J
Mllivuukt-a 0 1011000 0
Ihitterles Chamberlain aud Milllgan; Davloi
Athletics 0 0001000 0-1
Milwaukee 000012 1 0 0-4
llatterics-Woyhlng and MiUlgan; Kllleon
Washington 1 0330000 07
Columbus 0 11 0 0 1 3 0 0 013
Datteries Duke aud Sutcliffo; Qastrlght and
Washington 0 300000003
Columbus I 100 2 000 0-?
riattcricsLelper and Donahue; Foreman
Daltlmoro 4 0010030 07
Louisville 0 S 030000 0-J
Batteries Houly aud ltobinson; Strattoe
Tlaltimoro S 030200 Q
LouUvillo 0 8 0 0 1 2 2 -
nattorios ntzgerald and ltyun; Mould m and
Called on account of darkness.
Boston-St. Louis games postpoucdon account
American Association Kccord.
avbf. iron. 7ot. Ct CTufit. Tr.in. 7xt. c't
Boston.... 70 3J .703 Columbus.. 64 UO .450
8L Louis. .72 4.') ,(2t JIllwauk'OH 07 .417
Baltimore U4 40 .600 Lou'vlllo... 30 70 .310
Alttletlo..03 64 .638 Woih'tou..30 70 !3s
Kustorn Association Games.
nulTolo 0 1010012 40
Lebanon 0 0010000 23
Ilattcries-MolCoough and Calllhan; Sago
nutraio i oi o ooiio 4
Lebanon., 0 0100010 0 a
Batteries Wockbookor an 1 German; McCaf
frey aud Fitzgerald.
Albany 0 0040000 0-4
Troy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 23
Batteries Doran and Wolls: Frlcken aud
lut Sleeping Powders In Ills Lemonade.
Manchester, N. H., Sop. 8. Two pris
oners nt tho Industrial School, named
John Tobin and Frank Willis, placed somo
sleeping powders in a glass of lemonade
nnd gave It to Alblou Clough, a watch
man, yesterday. When tho latter wa3
stupid from the effects of tho powders
the two prisoners beat him with a base
ball bat and a brass nozzle. The noiso
was heard by another prisoner, who gavo
the nlarm, preventing any further Injury
to Clough and tho e-.capo of tho assail
ants. The prisoners will havo n hearing
in tho police court to-day. Clough is in
a critical condition.
On a Tourof tho North and Hast.
Augusta, On., Sep. 8. A delegation of
20 prominent citizens of Augusta left to
day for a tour of the North and East,
their route including visits to New York,
Boston, Lowell, Fall River and other
manufacturing centers. Tho object of
the trip is to extend to tho vnrloua
boards of trade invitations to attond the
Augusta Exposition in November. They
will also visit Montreal 'and probably
Admits a Deficiency iu His Accounts.
PiTTSDURO, Sep. 8. Gottleib Kraft,
treasurer of tho borough of Shnrpsburg,
this county, has confessed judgment to
W. P. Potter, borough solicitor, for
$9,000. Tho oxtentof Kraft's indebted
ness is not known, but ho admits a de
ficiency iu his borough accounts of from
$10,000 to $12,000. He Is under bonds to
tho borough in the sum of $20,000.
New Steamers for XSotton Trade
.Boston, Sep. 8. A Liverpool dis
patch says it is announced there that tha
Cunard Steamship Company has decided
to build two new steamerH for the Bos
ton trnde, In addition to the two new
vessels which that company will construct
for their New York trade.
Violated tho Lottery Law.
5IILWAUKEK, Wis., Sep. 8. John F.
Cramer, of tho Evening Wisconsin, 1ms
been nrrested on a charue of publishing
lottery matter. The articles ou whioli
the proseoutlon Is based are two accounts
of a San Francisco paper attacking the
validity of tho lottery law.
The Mioru Capital to Close Next Woek.
Caps May, Sep. 8. Last evening Sooro
tary Noble arrived, He will be theguest
of tho Prosldent during his stay. It Is
stated tho shore capital will be closed
next week, so tar as official busiuebs is
.Tersey Republican League Cluhs.
Trenton, N. J., Sep. 8. The executive
couuiiittoe of the State League of liei u'i
lican Clubs decided to hold a St a to o n
of the league on Oct. 15 ut Trenton. A
call will be issued in a few days.
New Jersey I.uud for Hebrews.
May's Landing, N. J., Sep. 8. Four
hundred Italians are now at work clear
ing a tract of land near here rect.itly pur
chased by wealthy Hebrews.
SAVAGES ON BOARD
Ovor 300 Gilbort Islanders on
an American Brig.
SECURELY LOCKED IN THE HOLD.
Taken from Thoir Homes to Work cm
Plantations as Slave.
retlernl omdnls to Slake an Ilxnmlnatlou
Tn-dayDeteimlned to rind Out the
1'ticts About the Cargo of Human
rrelghtroars llxprrssed that the Cup
tain Will Slip Amir,
San Francisco, Sep. 8. In Drake's
Bay, ten miles from this city, lies thq
American brig Tahiti with 800 Gilbert
Islanders securely locked in tho hold.
The vessel put Into that obscure port,
tho Captain says, because ha wanted tc
repair damages by storm nnd he didn't f
wnnt to bo bothorod by tho curiosity
keekers who would hnvo swarmed over
his boat in this harbor.
The destination of the Tahiti and her
cargo of savages is San Benito, Mexico,
where these poor beings are boing takon
ostensibly under contract to work ou cof-
l fee plantations.
To those fumillar with tho history of
the abuses that hnvo been practiced on
unfortunate Islanders who havo been
conveyed from their homos In tho past to
work In other couutrios It will seem at
least singular that so many of them aro
crowded on boanl an American brig ly
ing iu American wntera.
it may bo that tho human cargo of
tho lahitl will meet with better treat
ment in Mexico than their unfortunate,
countrymen havo experienced olsowhoro
and thnt tho Tahiti is engaged in legiti
mate tralllc, but It is at loast siugulnr
that tho brig, when compelled to put
into port from stress of wenthor, should
havo nindo for the isolated covo known
ns Drake's Bay, when tho port of San
r rnncisco was so near.
Federal officials wero seen and Collec
tor Phelps snld he would send a tug to
tho brig this afternoon and ascertain just
what was her cargo of living freight. To
day the captains were chnngod, nnd fears
are expressed thnt tho brig may give tho
customs officers tho slip.
Thoee fumillar with tho traffic say that
theso 800 Islanders nro virtual staves.
FAILED TO COLLECT RENTAL.
Allegheny City Out n Iirgo Sum Through
Sler Market Clerk.
PnTsncRO, Sep. 8. The report of tho
Allegheny Bub-Audltlng Commltteo of
Councils, which Is Investigating tho var
ious heads of departments In Allegheny,
reports that Market Clork David Hast
ings Is $32,017 short in his accounts.
The investigation goes back as far as
It appears Hastings failed to collect
rental from many stall keepers in tho
market, in somo cases for years. Tho
stub receipts havo been destroyed and It
Is not yet kown whether Hastings col
lected and appropriated any monoy to
his own uso or not.
Attempted to Dofraud tho Government.
Baltimore, Sep. 8. Charlo E. Cartice,
Mamie Colo, ullas Williams, George Phil
pot, Dr. Georgo G. Brewer, Rev. Noah
Jackson and Mrs. E. Miller have been
held In 51,500 ball each on a chnrgo of
conspiracy to dofraud the United States
Government. It is alleged that Mnniio
Cole, a mulatto, aged 22, was married to
a 73-year-old colored pensioner named
John J. L. Cole, whilo tho latter was
lying unconscious upon his death bed,
and that tha other prisoners conspired
with her to obtain the continuauco of
Cole's pension after his deccaso.
Gov Hill SnysGoodhy.
Buffalo, N. Y., Sep. 8. Tho princi
pal feature of tho colebration of Labor
Day was tho address by Gov. Hill. In
his speech the Governor alluded to his
visit as his Inst one as "Chief Executive
of the State." His address was a review
of tho labor question and tho remedial
legislation passed under his administra
tion. Ho advocated arbitration as tho
most satisfactory moans to adjust all
disputes between capltul nnd labor, nnd
considered eight hours sullicleut for a
To Strlko Soptemher 13th.
Houston, Tex., Sep. 8. A newspaper
hero has secured n copy of tho secret
circular which tho Colored Alliance Is
sending to tho cottou pickers throughout
the State. It soys that the new organ
ization of cotton pickers is 00,000 strong,
and appoints Sept. 12 ns tho day for tho
strike of that body unless their demands
for $1 for every 100 pounds of cotton
picked or gathered.
Curmcncltu In Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Sept. 8, Carmencita mado
hor debut as a provincial star and inau
gurated her first tour outside of Now
York at tho Grand Opera House last
night before an overflowing audience.
The famous dauseuse made an instanta
neous buccess, receiving eight recalls aud
being deluged with flowers. The Span
ish students from Madrid created a furore,
Farmers Holding Their Wheat.
Portland, Ore., Sep. 8. Hundreds of
farmers in Eastern Oregon and Washing
ton are holding their wheat under orders
from the Alliance until spring in hope of
getting better prices. The highest price
paid In tho Northwest for wheat this sea.
son was 75 cents per bushel. Since then
prloes have declined from 5 to 8 oeuts per
Hitch In the Canudlan Loan.
Montreal, Sep. 8. There is a rumored
hitch In the 1,000,000 loan lately nego
tiated by Premier Meroier lu Paris. Tho
French capitalists are reported to havo
refused to pay over the money to the
provlnoe of Quebeo unless tho boodle
churges against Mercler are disproved.
Hued tho Minister.
Trenton, N. J., Sep. 8. Rev. Charlos
D. JInkinsoa has been sued by Jamos G.
Ray for marrying his daughter to John
Stretch In June last. Mr. Ray alleges
that his daughter was under age, and
that tho minister had no uuthority from
him to marry her.
Another Aerunautlo Fatality.
PEORIA, 111., Sop. a Miss Klefor, the
aeronaut, who made an ascent from
Central Park, here Sunday, and who fell
Into the lake on account of the failure of
her parachute to work, cannot rscover.
Used bj men, women and children.
W&Itdsrllnff, roar coach isn't dry jreL IhaTOpJBl
Looks like a new coach, don't it b&by f
A lOo. Ilottle M ill paint a Ilaliy Coach.
A 25c. Ilottle rt II, il lloom Suit.
WOLFF It RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of ihe Peace,
Heeds, Lenses, Morlgnges and Bonds written.
Mnrrlake llieusit, and It-Kttl claims
picunptiy attended m.
lied Estate, Collection and Insnrsnce ogeccy.
General Fire Insurance Busmena, Itepresents
the NorthweMcru I. We InsuranceCo.
OrrirE-iIuldoou' building, corner Centre
and West bin., uhenoudush, l'u.
Good Properiiei oi All Kinds For Sale.
1. A trMory double Iran p dwelling house
storeuud restat.rMi' o I.hm iniroHt.
2. A dwelling nud rcsionnmi on Eust Centre
. Iiewlruble property rp cum r C ntre and
Jardlu streets, kui ablo for business pur-
4.X two story double linmp dwelling, on
Wt Lkndntrr-f. '
6. Two 2-story irainc dwellings on West Con-
0. Two 2 story dwelling' on the corner of
Coal and Chootuut st.tetp More room in
7. Two-story slnele home nn North Chestnut
street with it luree witxh. nun Hiiiinmnr.
8. Tin ee to-siory dcublu f anio buildings
wiucwi uii' u iiuu t uueri Kireets.
Ask my ntrents for V. L. Douglas Slinrn.
If not lur snlo lu our place itwk your
denier to send for cntalogue, secure tho
llgoiiry, nud set lucm lor you.
jy-TAKC NO SUBSTITUTE. .41
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE III THE WORLD FOtl THE HDflEif
It la ft L'nirtlt"tn Rhno. With nn tfielra nr wn-r rhrerwi
to hurt tho feet, miuto or the best flue calf, atyllsli
una easy, nnd bemuse ice make more thoes of thla
grade than any other manufacturer. It equals Land
sowed fthooR costing from $4.uu to
ikk u tiriiuitir iinunxsenciii mo nnesi can
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imported shoes which cost from $s.oit to 612.00.
GtA 00 IliimUewrd Welt Mine, tine calf,
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shoo ever olTered nt thl price i some grade as cus-
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Srj ti him! cunt u upiiersnoo ever onerea nt
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Imported shoos costing from Sl.u to 66.ni.
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tiaiilloii. heo that W. h. IuiiKlas uamo aud
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tToiaoplii 'JT r 12,'
LurgiHt mill OUIenl
Reliable Purely Cash Companies,
120 S. Jardm St., Shenandoah, Pa.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
W. Baker & Co.-s
from which the excess of
oil has been removed, is.
aud it in Soluble.
aro usod iu Its preparation. It lias
more than three fimea the strength of
Cocoa mlsod with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, ntul is thoroforo far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a aq. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily dioested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
ns well ns for persons in health.
Sold by Crooors ovorywhoro.
V. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
A 7 7 OR NET' A T-LA W,
i ace-Bedaal' s building corner Main tad Csnlc
WHY IS THE '
Wa fL DOUGLAS