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THE LAXATIVE AHO NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
FIGS OF CALIFOHNIA,
'Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plnnts known to be
most beneficial to the huiunn
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 the most Oxcelltnt remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one Ii Ililioui or Constipated
so T HAT
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lemarkaUo success has been shown In curing j
4les.aie.bo, yet Carter's Litllo Livor HHS ars
equally valuable in Consupatlon, curing and pro
venting this annoying complalnt,wbllo lheyolaa
correct alldlsorders ot tho storaach,stlmulatQ tha
ilver and regulate tho bowels. Even if they onlj
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t nately their goodness does notond hero,and thoso
,trho onco try them will find theao UtUo pills valu
l&ble in ao many ways that thoy will not bo wil
IllBK to do without them. Cut after allelck head
be bane of so many lives that hero f s nhord
make our great boast. Our pills euro it whllo
ethers do not.
I Carters Little Liver x-iua are very snuui ana
'very easy to take. One or two Pills makoa doao.
They aro strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentle acUon ploaao all who
ueotbem. Znvlalaat2Scentat llvofortl oOla
'by druggists everywhere, or cent by mall.
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f 311.11. J.'.VVU li.iiiinn.r. Jttmwtupfr.
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I SUFFERING WtirffiH"
i Whin trjubl-l with ttopfi cnnoT'ud Irrneoli
When trjuhlf-l with tho? cnnoj'us Irreol
frpiuentlr foiiovriaita ooui or xpou'3, or iioi.i,
Ufjtional WetlnnfeMao retuliar to their ehcu' '
U DR. DuCHOIWS'3 CftbratRO
FEMALE HEGULATltJG PI Lib
Thrara Gtr.'natuonli.i; Mthderttr. yrt1 , .iit-a!
toue. Tltoreid u.nn-it-tla tLrcntoult fat.utiuaaoi U'p-i
ud mind, benl nr m id, f i uri Ij eemli f 1. A'lar.
Or. Hartor Mctlllno Co., ST. LOUIS M0
Or tha I.liinor llubit, I'o.lllicly t'urcu
iiy ndinliiUtorlnir Itr. liuiura"
Xt is manufactured aa a powder, which can be given
In.a elaas of bear, a oup of coQee or tea, or in food,
without the kuowledpe ot (be patient. It U absolutely
barmleaa, and will elfeot a permanent and apeedy
cure, whether the patieut la a moderate drinker ox
an atooholia wrack It ua3 been given In thouaanda
of eaaea, and in avery loatanca a ptrfeut cure haa fol
lowed. It net er Kullt The ayatem onee linpresnafr
dwlth tho Spcciho.it beoouiea an utter impossibility
tor the liquor appet.te o eilat.
48 page book of paruouiara fri.e. To be had o-
C, H. HAGENBUCH, Druggist, Shenandoah
OFF WITH A HOSTLER
Mrs. Van Halts' Elopomont tbc-
Sensation of tho Day.
L01IO BRANCH. IN AMAZEMENT.
Strange Infatuation of a Soolety Woman
for a Worthless Youth-
Itlessed Willi Woitltli, Children nnd nil
that 1'crtiilns to Hnpplnesa, bhe l'rii
forred to I.onve llor Htubniid Ilor
Chnrmer Ignornnt nnd Not liven Good-looldhg--Tho
Loxo Branch, N. J., Sep. 86. Mrs.
Lorenzo II. von Hnus, well known to an
extensive oircle of society people In York
vlllo and Long Branch, has shocked
her many friends nnd church acquaint
ances by abandoning her husband nnd
four children and eloping with n stupid,
shiftless young Hollandor formerly em
ployed by her husband.
van Haus keeps fancy cdlblo stores lu
Long Branch and New York, which were
well patronlzod by tho best people.
About n year ago Charles Van-Hoovol-lng,
a young Hollander, applied to Van
Haus for work. He was of short build,
with blondo hair nnd mustacho, and was
not at all an A1I011I3. The clerks in tho
Btoro say he seemed too stupid to glance
at a woman. Chnrlos began to work for
Van Haus for his board and $3 n week.
Unprepossessing though ho was, Van
Hoevcllng and his employer's wlfo bo
came friends ut onco. He was dis
charged soon after, some say for drunk
enness, others say becauso ho was too fn
lniltar with Mrs Von Hnus. Mr. Von
Haus, as In former years., opened and
conducted his branch dollcatesseu
Btoro at tho West End, Long Branch,
whllo Mrs. Von Hnus was left lu chargo
of tho Now York store.
When ho left for Long Branch Van
Hoevcllng became a frequent visitor to
tho Park avenuo store. Ho had got em
ployment as tho driver of a milk wagon
up town. Van "Most," as his fellow
driver called him on account of tho fierce
cut of his linlr, stopped so often at tho
store that his visits grow to bo n subject
of gossip among the neighbors. No un
pleasant consequences wcro anticipated,
however, as Airs. Von Haus was known
to bo a regular church member nnd a
good housewife, nnd tho husband, who
was attending to business down at Long
Branch heard nothing to arouse his sus
picion. JIrs. Van Haus "vent to Long Branch
as tho storo there was to be closed up for
tho season. Beforo starting she bade her
chlldron goodby moro allectlonatoly than
llsnnl. Wlmn Van lln.ua enmo hack ha
learned thnt his wlfo had not been seen'
since the previous night, nnd thnt n
young man nnswerlng Van Hoevellng's
description had accompanied her to a
train going west.
Heartbroken, tho father returned home
to cominunlcato tho news to his children,
No .truces of tho couplo have yet been
a mo srr.iT likely.
Cntholle lCnlghts nf SlUsnurl Tlircnton to
Withdraw from tlio Nntlouiil Ordor
SedAlia, Mo., Sep. 20. St. Joseph
branch, No. 84, Catholic Knightu of
America, of this city, has taken a stop
that is of national importance ns it mentis
tho withdrawal of tho ordor in Missouri
from tho national body
Tho recent defalcation for $71,000 of
Supremo Treasurer O'Brien, which is tho
fourth defalcation on tho part of su
premo troasurors In the past few years,
caused tho locnl branch to issue n circu
lnr letter, which will be mailed to ovory
locnl branch in tho Stato.
Tho letter deninnds tho State officials
of tho order to call n convention to act
upon the proposition that all branches
of tho order in Missouri unito in with
drawing f om tho national organization
nnd forming an Independent body.
Tho letter nlso says thnt tho order has
boen conducted in tho interest of poli
ticians and office seekers, and it is timo
to cnll n halt on tho dishonest practices
pursued by Grand Lodge officers. Tho
organization hns moro than 4,000 mom
bers in Missouri and the letter is certain
to produoo a sensation.
Killed by a Convict.
Albany, Sep. 20. Clerk Bowers of the
ponitentlary, who was ussaulted by
Frank Wallace, colored, will die. Wnl
laco had boen reported for misconduct,
nnd Superintendent Mclntyre nnd Clerk
Bowers went in tho to shop see about tho
matter. As they approached, the negro
grusped one of tho knives used by tho
prisonors for cutting and sprang at Bow
ers. Bowers struck his assailant on the
wrist with n small stick ho held In his
hand, knocking tho knife to tho lloor.
The enraged convict picked up n hani'
mor and struck Bowers two blows on tho
head, felling htm to the iloor, and fatal
ly Injuring him.
Three Men KUItiU In a Collision.
New Milfoiid, Conn., Sep. 20. About
two miles west of Hnwloyvlllo two
freight trnins collided on the New Encr
land Railway, Instantly killing Engineer
William Day, Fireman Jnmos Larner
and Brakcmun G. A. Sprnguo of tho cast
bound train. They' all belonged In Hart
ford, A brakoman on tho wost-bound
train was badly Injured, The wost
bound trnin was running on tho timo of
tho other which though late had the
right of way. Traffic was not delayed.
as the accident occurred opposite the
rriiasta'a Wheat Crop,
BehUS, Sep. 20. The official results
ot the inquiries made in regard to the
wheat crop of Prussia show that tho crop
amounts to 1B,4U3,UUU ilouoio quintals,
against 17,523,000 In 180U. The summer
nnd winter wheat crops together will
yield 1,000,000 double quintals over the
Bamo crops oi io.iu.
After n Dead Mini's Chum.
Manchesteh. N. H., Sep. 20. The po
lice nre aftor Nolson E. Haskell, who
was the roommnte oJ Michael Kerby, who
was found dead In tho Elm House. There
wore no marks of violence upon Kerby'B
person, hut it is tliught Haskell knows
something about his death.
TrnneBaeo Troopa ltend'.
CiiatanoooA, Tenn., Sop, 20. Gover
nor Buchanan haa ordered the Clinta-
noga Zouaves to rest on their arms ami
he prepared to go to the mining region
at a moment's notice. The situation hus
become very critical.
a cooking re
ceipt calls for
der, use only
the "Royal." Better re
sults will be obtained
because it is the purest.
It will make the food
lighter, sweeter, of finer
flavor, more digestible
and wholesome. It is
always rermble and uni
form in its work.
A. FORTIN, Chtf, While House,
for Presidents Arthur and Cleve
land: "I have tested many baking
powders, but for finest food can use
none but 'Royal,'"
l'our Americans Murdered.
PANAMA, Sep. 2(1. Advices from Peru
report tho in irdpr of four American ox
plorerson tho iiiver Mnranon. Tho party
consisted ot live inlitoramus, nrosnect
ing for gold, but one. avcinx o llluois,
bad to return. The others were killed
by tho natives, who mistook thouj for
ecclesiastical emissaries and spies.
Tho AVny They Dolt In l'riiuco.
PARIS, Sep. 28. Cavon, the engineer,
and Degarrois, tlip station-muter.
charged with negligence in causing tha
recent terrible railway dmnter at St.
Mnude, hnvo bcou found guilty, nnd
Cnron sentenced to two yuan, and Do-
Dcgarrols to four months' imprisonment.
A Baby Full of Oolio Pains
Is not an Interesting study; euro him
quickly by getting a free samplo bottle of
Dr. Hand's Colic Cure from J. M. Hillan
or 0. J. McOnrthy, tho druggi&ls. It In
stantly cures colic.
Many people are now potting flowers
for winter whitlow culture.
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you heod the warning? Ths signal por
aapsof tbfl ture approach of that more ter
rible disease, Consumption. Ask yourselves
If you can atlord for the sake of saving 50
n)s, to run the risk am! do nolhlug for it.
we Know lion experieuco mat Minion's uiirs
viu vara your uougu. 11 nsver inns, rma
ixplalns why more than a Million Bottles
wtresoidlho past year. It relieves Croup
.ind Whopplne Couiro at onco Mothers do
not be without It. Kor Lame BacK, Side or
Chest, uso Hhlloh's Porous Piaster. Hold by
11. Hattenbucu. M. t:. corner Slain and
Cold weather is needed to populnriz?
oysturs oil tho half shell."
Biliousness. Cous'lnUlnn. foor Anpclfto and
a'l evils arising from a disordered l.lver use
ur i.ees uivor itejuiuior. inai uouies tree
at Klrlin's drug store.
Lard applied ntonce will remove tho
discoloration of a bruise.
Wm. Tlmuio is, Po-tmaster of Idavl'le,
d . wrltts . "Electric Bitters has done moro
for ine tuna nil other medicines combined,
for that bud feeling arising from Ivldney and
Ijlver trouble" John Lesib, Lirmer and
Uoon man, of samo p'ace, .nya: "Find Elec
tric timers to ne tne nest luuney una iiiver
ineillcliie, made me feel lle it now man," J.
W. CUrdner, hnrdwate mrrolinnt, tame town.
(nys: Electric IPtlors Is just tlie till-g lor a
man wno is un run oown ann uoirt care
whether he lives or dies; lie found new
idrengtb good appetite and felt Just lllto be
had a new lese on life, only 50c. a bottle at
O, II, Ilagenbuch's Drug Mtore.
Some of the trees without frost nre
showing autumnal tints.
Mexican National Engineers Spoak
We, the undersigned, engineers of the Mex
ican National Railway, and members ol the
urotncrnooo or Locomotive EiigiaeeM oi
.Mexico, certify that we have ued I lie Cactus
HlnodCure forblcoi diseases, and wo. can
tmlbfully tay that, with nursrlves, as well as
with our acoualntinces. the remery has ef
fected a periect euro when other medicines
IMease use this certificate for the benefit ot
our mother engineers and the general public,
w 31. ija v in. -J.
Jlerr.tlers ot tho Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers, Acumharo, Mexloo.
Bold ut Klrllu's Drug Utore,Kergusou House
Freckles ami tau don't mar tho
beauty that dwells within.
Shiloh's Consumption Curo.
This is beyond qnostlon the most suo-
oassiui Cough .Medlciue wo have ever sold
i low doses Invariably cure the wrM ceei o:
'lomzh. Croup, nnd Orout'littlx. while IU won
Icrlul succehS In the cure of Consumption is
without a uarallel In tho history of medicine,
lnce It's driil discovery it has been aold on n
Tusrnntee, a tet,t which no other medicine
l'ad bland. 11 vou ll,lvc ft r-nueh we einLat: v
ittt vou to trv it. l'rieii 10 ceutt. S i Cinln. and
11X0. If your hangs are sore, Cheat or illicit
lame, use hlloh's I'orous 1' aster. Bo'd bv
3. 11, Hageubuch N, E. cornor Main aud
The big npple butter kettle U call
Into nquipltion this season.
It la said will sell anything, this is
true in a measure; but for vtaying
qualities,- merit is the tost. Extensive
advertising may tell any tiling when
It la now or unknown, but after II
tomes into general use, It is judged
according to Its worth. The oontinued
uj atoady growth of Swift's SpecBIe
la the best evidence of its excellence.
It la most popular where it la beal
known. Every bottle sold, sella tea
others. Every one that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends II
fc their acquaintance.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
Swot Sracuno Co., Atlanta, Qtm
CONTESTING l:im OR
A Trust Tumi nf 8 '.'.10,001) to be tho
Jfct of Attach.
New York. Sep. 20. And now the
will of Alle.i Iho-ndlke Bice, late edit..ir
nnd proprl-tnr o." the "North American
Itoview," In ;o I,.- contested. Mr. lltce
died at the Fifth Avenue Hotel In May,
1880, just ni ln w.n making prepara
tions to leave for fat. Peteraburgh ns
Minister to . ,-.
Only the disposition by will of that
portion of his estate which he inherited
from his grandmother, Mary A. Bourne,
of Brookllne, Mass., is affected. Mrs.
Bourne left Editor Rice a quarter of a
million dollar in trust, with the pro
viso thnt If he had Issue the tuist fund
ehould be divided among his children at
Mr. Hice died childless, and other helm
of Mrs. Bourne now claim that his will
does not explicitly dispose of this trust
fund, of which they claim a share. The
contest has been begun by them in Brook
The contestants are Anna Be Sartlgue
of Paris, wife of Count Eugene I)e Sartl
guo, and Countess Mary A. Bannelos,
also of Paris, wife of Count Miguel Be
Bes Santos de Bannelos, both children of
Mrs. Bourne: C. K. Parker of New York,
James Parker of Boston, and Mary M.
Parker of Dublin, N. II., children of tho
late Mary S. Parker and grandchildren
of Mrs. Bourno.
OATLINO'S NKW GUN.
Ilollevca lie tun Itepeat In Heavy Ord
nance Ilia Machine-gun Success.
MaIUON, Ind., Sep. 20. Dr. lllchard J.
Gatllug, tho inventor of tho Gatling gun,
which Is known nnd Is In use through
out Christendom, has invented a process
for tho manufacture of heavy guns,
which he believes will bo as great a suc
cess as his wondorful machine-gun. Ho
bns decided to proceed nt once with Its
manufacture, a Block company having
been orgnnlzcd hero for thnt purpose.
Tho cnpital stock is to bo $1,000,OJO; nil
of which lias been guaranteed.
Dr. Qntllng has devoted years of study
to this Invention and has sublimo faith
In Its success. Ho hns several patents
which cover both a composition and a
mechaulcil process. Tho former ho de
clares to be much greater in tensllo
strongth than any heretofore known, and
by means of tho lntter he coils tho molton
lead about tho core, securing tho strength
nnd elasticity of wire wrap, with none of
Its defects. The composition has been
subjected to the sevorost tests, which it
has withstood even better than expected
by tho inventor. Tho new process is
exceedingly rnpid nnd Dr. Outllng ox
pects In about four months to bo ready
for a test,
AITAIIIS IN CHILI.
X'roBecutlnn by the Juntu, with Which
tbu I'eoplo tiro not In nympntliy.
Wasiiixotox, Sep. .20. A dispatch
from Buenos Ayres says that private ad
vices have been received there giving an
entlroly different view of tho tho condi
tion of alfairs In Chill from thnt pre
sented by the present ruler of Unit
While it is true thnt comparatively
few executions have taken place, nenrly
overy public man who held office under
Bnlmncoda is being prosecuted, nnd the
property of many of them hns been
seized by tho Juntn, whoso object is said
to be to create a reign of terror that will
parulyze opposition to tho Cougresslonal
lst candidates at tho approaching elec
tions. It Is also said that there Is no certainty
of pennanont peace, as tho majority
of the common peoplo are not In sympa
thy with the now government, nnd
looked upon Balmaceda us their cham
pion. She lVn Hound to Klopa.
Elli.votox, Conn., Sep. 20. Tho pro
bable elopomont of Miss Florence M.
Cooley, aged fourteen, nnd Mnhlon Kib
bc, aged eighteen years, hns caused much
talk. The girl was bound to a armor
named Fornam. She and Kibba hnvo
been much together of late, anil Tuesday
morning they disappeared. The girl re
tired early, aud when morning came sho
was gone. A big hole In the side ot tho
house was found, through which she had
made her escape to her lover.
Convicts Qlalto a Confession,
San Fuancibco, Sept. 20. Tho con-
spirutors among tho convicts in San
yulnteu rrison, wno nave been in soli
tary confinement for Mime time, havo
confessed all the details of tho plot and
given Information to tho Warden whicii
enabled hlin to find all the concealed re
volvers and dynamite which vvero to hnvo
boen used by tho convicts In oiTectiug
Wlllluma College Open.
WihLiAMSTOWN, Sep. 20. Tho increaso
in tho student body at Williams Col lego
Is greater than at any other period in its
history. The froshman class will num
ber over 100, aud flfteon new men havo
entered tho upper clusses. Cnpt. Brown,
who piloted tho football team to victory
Inst year, will again bo captain this
Heavy ltalns in Now Mexico.
ALhUQUEUQUE, N. SI., Sep. 20. Heavy
rains have prevailed in Central Now
Mexico for several days causing a num
ber of wnsliouts on the Atlantic and
Pacific Itailro.tds In that BJetlou. No
mall has arrived for three days aud all
passenger and freight traffic bus boen
Moro Victims of the Explosion,
NbwaUK, N. J., Sop. 20. Three moro
names havo been added to tho list of
deaths caused by the explosion of n bomb
nt tho celebration In the Italian quarters,
This makes twelvu killed. Several others
nre fatnlly injured nnd their deuths are
expeoted ut any moment.
Tho rireumu to lllnme. ViQ3
TlONDiTA, Pn., Sep. 20. The boiler ex
plosion In Berlin's suwmlll, by which J.
Elvu tierllu, diaries uiovo and Jauios u
Conger wore instnirtly killed, is sun
posed to have been caused by the fireman
putting com water into tne empty oouer.
England's Situ at the I'nlr.
Chicago, Sept. 20, Tho slto for Eng'
land's headquarters on the Fair Grounds
has been selected by Sir Henry T. Wood
nnd Jitiuos Dredge and Is approved by
the Uruuuds and iiuiidlug committee.
It lies along tho lake shoto.
Nephew of Jusllro Lamar n Suicide.
LmLE Bock, Ark, Sep. 20.--J. A. La
mar, son of L. M. l.nmnr, a prominent
Georgia citi.on, and nephew UT Justice
Lamar, o immitted uuu idc during tho
night by taking morphine. No cause
for tho net is known.
MURDER "WILL OUT
HIS CONSCIENCE TROUBLED HIM.
An Innocent Man Has Been Wrongfully
Imprisoned for Eight Yean.
The murderer so ftttiue; by Itemnrsa that
He Had no Kent Until Ho Unit lllvulged
Ilia ftecret - How ChcnmatHntlnl Kvl.
dencc Convicted n Guiltless Mnu-- A
Minnkapoms, Minn., Sep. 26. Con
science has finally forced Jacob Brown to
confess n dire deed that he did eight
years ago. Since 1888 Brown has been
fleeing from his crime, but it has pursued
him until at last in Minneapolis he has
confessed to Superintendent of Police
There Is ono man whose heart will alvo
n bond of joy when he hears of the con
fession. Ho is convict Gray, a "lifer" ut
tho pen at Choster, I1L Gray has for
eight years been thought tho murderer.
Ho was oonvlctod at Salem. 111. Brown
wont to Superintendent Henderson yes
terday and told his story. ,
It was so strongo that tho chief sot
him down as n crank. The man was so
oarnost, however, that tho chief lockod
him up and sent n telegram to Centralln,
111., whoro tho murder was done. The
answer came from tho sheriff: "Hold
ThoitDryof tho murder Is n strango
ono. Brown, who was tramping, went
into a box car to sleep. He stumbled
ovor a mon in tho dark. A fight ensued.
Brown lilt his assailant, a death blow
with a coupling pin and lied.
Shortly afterwards another trnmp
named Gruy came along and went to
sleep In the same car, not knowing that
that ho had a dead man fora companion.
Tho next morning ho arose and found that
his urm had lain In a pool of blood. Ho
tore olf the bloody sleeve and lied. That
sloovo caused his arrost, conviction and
Brown is said to bo a former resident
of Pittsburg, Pn.
Tim coLoxr.t. was sank.
And Through tliejllfforta of n Society lis
IlAUTronu, Conn., Sep. 20. Tho Lu
nacy Law Reform League and Anti-Kid-napping
Union, has gained a signal vic
tory in the enso of Colonel Chnrlos G.
Baylor. He is a war veteran but lies
long been confined, charged with in
sanity, in the Hartford lletrout and elso-
Koadimr about tho League in news-
papers ho managed to got n letter mailed
to their Central Comtnitteo in Now York.
After some months invostljjotlou the
Committee induced Counsellor E. Stan
ton of Hartford, to got a way of writ of
The Asylum authorities finding tho
Loauuo rosolvod on trying tho case.
avoided a trial by discharging Colonol
Baylor. Ho is full of gratitude to tho
League nnd Mr. Stanton.
In Holinlf of n Hunk llolibor.
Asiilaxd, Wis., Sep. 20. The attor
neys for E. W. linker, now serving ' a
term of fivo yonrs In the States prison
for oomplloncy in the robbery of tho Ex
change Bank ut Hurley, In tho fall oi
1880, hnvo made nu nppllcntion to the
SuDremo Court for nvoidnuce ot sent
n,lra 'I'll Of Plllll Oil CTfl LIIO VRlllllLV OI T.I1B
net estublishiug tlio llfteentli Judicial
J c- T - ". . .
circuit,' nnd nsk the Supreme Court to
declare thnt both the court nnd Its acts
' A ramolia Cuflo Settled.
Fonda, N. Y., Sep. 20. In the colo-
bruted Kisenlortl case, which has attract
ed much attention throughout the State, '
. t. n t.,Mn l.,io .am u.at n vantlnt 1ft- llid '
defendant. In effect, the decision makes
young Eisenlord, the plaintiff, the heir
of tho late Dr. Elsenlord, and dolares
that his mother was not legally married
to his father. Out ot the $100,000 or
iginally belonging to the ostate, only
llauiiuot to tlio Iloynl Cummtnslonors.
Cihcaoo, Sep. 20. Tuesday night a
banquet will be teudered by the cltzens
of Chicago to air uenry irueman w ood
nnd James Dredgo, royal commUsloners
from England; Horr A. Wermuth, Im
perial commissioner from Germany, and
Dr. Joliu Myor, royul commissioner from
Denmark. Invitations havo been issued
to about seven hundred ot the leading
citizens of Chicago.
Tho Wreck Muy Hnvo Ilocli Designed.
PlTTSiiur.o, Sept. 20. It Is belioved
that a deliberate attempt was made to
wreck the Blssell accomodation train on
tho Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, near Lin
den station, which jumped the traok nnd
killed the llretnnn, Frank Malloy, and
hurt several passengers. It is thought
tho switch was opened with malicious
Suspected of Wlfo Murder.
Wabiiinotox, Pn., Sep. 28. It is be
lieved tli at Albert Catlln mui'dered his
wife Emma, whose body was found in
tlio woods south of McDonald, without
any olothing, the face being horribl
bruised and u bullet hole ovor tho loft
oyo. Catlln and his wife quarreled fre
quently. Tho police are looking for
Jlnr Harbor "Itecord" In Now Hands.
Ba HaIibor, Me., Sep. 20. Tho Bar
Harbor "Kecord" has been purchased by
u syndicate consisting of Col. Charles
O. Burrlll, Eugene Hlchnrds, Dr. Gllmnn
Colby, nnd others. It will be run as an
Independent paper. Dr. Colby, late edl
tor of tho Bar Harbor "Tourist" will bo
manager of tho "ltecord."
Convention rottpoued Iiidellnltely,
Okloiioma Crrv, O. T., Sep. 20. Owing
to tlio rush to the new lauds opened to
settlement this week only a few ot the
delegates to the Oklahoma Statehood
Convention, put in their appeuranco and
the convention was indefinitely post
poned. New York I'oatmnatera.
Washikuwn, Sep. 20. Fourth-class
postmnsters havo boen appointijd in New
York State as follows: G. II. Gerpol ut
Day Side; Z. Hitchcock nt Big Hollow;
W. F. lloyce at De Bruco, and J. E.
Wood at Grapevllle.
IS CHEAPER than any other dreinrj
at any price, lie it 5 cents, 10 ccntsur
25 cents, you can convince yourself by
wearing one shoe dressed with Acme
Blacking and the other shoe dressed
with whatever happens to be your
favorite dressing. While Acme Blac!..
ing WfV endure a month through mov
er rain, and can, if the shoe is soiled,
be washed clean , the other dressing w ill
not last a single day in wet weather
Your shoes will look better, last
longer and be more comfortable if
dressed with Wolff's Acme Blacking.
WOLFP & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
A. ,T. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds Lent-en, Mortgages and Bonds written.
Marriage limine ana legal claims
piomptly attended to.
Real Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency.
General Eire It surnnce lluRluesa, ltcprcsents
the riorlhwineru l.ne insurance Lo.
OrriCK-Muldoon' . bulldlnir. corner Centra
and West Bib,, Hiennndnfcli, l a.
Good Hrcpertiei- or All Kinds For Sale.
-A two story double Irauio dwelling bouse
slotenud reMannml. on East ' eutioHt.
2. A dwelling ami lenlmiranl on East Centre
II. Pealrable property on corner Cr-ntro and
Jnrdin streets, suitable for business pur
tiosen. I. A two story double frame dwelling, on
We-t Ij1o d Blreet.
5. Two 2-Klory frame dwellings on West Cen
tre 6t reel.
6. Two 2mory dwelling on the corner of
coat nna uueituui Btieetn riore room in
7. Two-Rtory tingle hou'e on North Chestnut
street wlib a larKe warehouse si too rear.
8. Three to-mory double frame buildings
corner oi i.ioya anu tuiieri streets.
AbU my narnts for W. I,. DiiiieIiih Shoe.
If not lor suit lu sour pluce link jour
denier to cml for rntulotriie, securo tho
nseiicy, mid tret them for )ou.
UT-TAKi: Ml SL'H.STIT UTE. -U
W. L DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It Is a fieaiiili'hs who,', with notucknor ua tltr.nd
to hurl tho tcet: iiuuh of (ho lieat title i air, btIIill
and eaa, nuil tot-nude trr mukr mure t,',i$ or this
finule Hum tint itht r vmnuftn-lurer. It equuU hanil
BBweil Blioen coating frnni 6i.nu to ai.i.
fflR Oil (ieuiiliH' llainl-eni'il, Hie nnontcair
P?s ulioe i'ver orfi n il for Ql.W; eiiuaH irench
Imported limes wlllell eo't from as.l) 'to e-U l").
fii 111) IIiiiiiI--cmciI S-lt Mine, tins calf,
5ifv. Mi Hull, eoiiiroi tnlile anil dtirnlil . Thebet
......... ... , r. ..
I III11 111 111 It' hllK'S L'llllltw IlOIll W.ISI lO B
flSO .10 Police hhoet Komicr. kallr-mil Sler,
u7vi ntnl Letterturrieranll ivi'urtlu in, lluecau.
seamless, Binooth Inslili, heay three woha, cxten-
aloneui!e tine pair ini venraenr.
atf SO Hun ciilfl liolietterflhoeovi rofTtredat
sDetas this prlie; one trial will roiilueo those
w ho want a ulioe for comfort niul sen Ice.
ffi"Tl 4.1 and t'2.(IO Voi'liiiiuiiiiiii shoes
Pes nro very RtrotiK mal iltiruble. 'Ihoso who
haie given them n trial i 111 wear no other make.
KXnue' S-.IHI nnd Sl.?5 sell" I ahnci arn
uU V 29 worn tiythe hojseverywh- re; iheyBell
on their merits, us the Increasing sales t ,ow.
II -s-l is&as :.ti iiuiiii.Neueii mioc. ect
IhCIU ICS Iloimoln, verv Hlllslr, eijualsFreuch
Imported alioea coatlnir from pl.io to fii,.oi.
.miles' ti.SO. i.UO nml Al.f.l shoo for
Mlaaes are tho beat Hue UottKola. ht) llsh uuil durable.
Cnulloii. Bee that W. L. bougla,.' niinio and
price aru stainpeil on the bottom of cm I Flioo.
W. L. DOUULAS, UroLkton, Mass.
XQo:2a 33 r 11,
tV mile t.'DUlna (1 .mU Am rlOM
Pi.cUlI.tinth. I'nl .(it..ibU
.!'', iii cur Blo-d Poleorff
clal DIseasfiB t"111
Hkia Oiecasu-i Hcd SliPalnf la th
tuw SoreThront Mouth.
Ut.-hi'it IMtoplia Kjui'llot a toft or
hr.l llra, SwiUlni; IfiUatloni,
lnilmmUoti kntl BunntDS.
btriciuK. Weltiifc ci Early
dT, loit raemorj, wik tick, mt'nul rn!etT
ItUUrr OUcmm and til IM.vsMt multiiiff from
In-UMrttttin or Ortrwork Kcceni cwicuro ia : ' " "rf"
rHf U onoe. Io no low lion, no mniwr iiia
Dr. THKBL ourea ponltlvoty "na drU'nllon rrwa
tmlMM. OlO. TOC, MIDDLM OKI iD THP COMTJM.4Tlli
H1W..I, Men fr poor, wnrl tc. Ptiunp for bpOK
"TRUTH tlnf QooK iwi.rn trUmootiU.
If-nftio 10 Kuai1a till II Writ or tall ami t
Yot KclVrtDW m Wtdn. Bwr4ijr PbU- daily TUB
GOLD MEDAL, PASI3, 1878.
I. Baker & Go.'s
from which the excess of
oil has been removed, is
and It is Soluble.
nro used In Its preparation. It has
more than three timet the str&igth of
Cocoa mixed with Stnrch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, nntl is tlioroforo far more
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It Is delicious, nourishing;,
BtroIlgtllOllillg, EASILY DIOESTED,
and admirably ntlnptcd for invalids
as well ns for persons in lionllli.
Sold by Crocors ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
mi. reddall'a tmll'llDg corner Main aa Oeotrs