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THE LAXATIVC 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.
1 1 is the most excellent remedy known to
CLEHNSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
PURL BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH nnd STRENGTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
iOUISVIUE. KY NEW YORK. It. I".
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FRESH BEER. PORTER, ALE.
Fluest brands of Gigar always on hand.
j. no utwi lemperance uhuks.
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201 N. Main St., Shenandoah.
The Finest Slock of Beers, Ales, Cigars, Etc.
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Dizziness. Nausea. Drowsiness. Distress after
citing, P&ln la the Sido, to. Whllo their mosS
emuxacie success una uo;n suowa in cuosq
SlpAflaphn. ret Oiirter'fl Llttla TAve? Pilla aril
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pro
Tenting this annoying complain t.whllo they also
correct all dlsordorsofthoBtomachtimulatotho
liver and regalato tho bowels.
Even li they only
fAehethcy would boalraostprlcelcss to those who
nnifer from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their Goodness doca notond horo.and thosa
Tvno once try mom ui uuu uiubemuu iuiisyiuu
nhlAlnftnTnfLnvws.YBthatlher will not bo wit.
'JiBB to do without them. Bat after aUsick head
rIa the bane of bo many Uvea that hero S3 whora
wonuute our great coast, uurpiiiacuraitwmio
ethers do not.
i Carter's Little Liver Fills aro very small ana
very easy to tftko. One or two pill3 mako a doso.
They are strictly.Yegetable ana do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentlo action plcoBoall who
use them. In vlalsatas cents j nvo for ft. Sola
by dxagglsts evtryvrhcro, or eeut by molL
. CARTER fIEDIOItlE CO., New York!
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PR1GE
Hub tho local agency for tho
Thomas Coal Company this
year, and Is prepared to fur
nish coal of all Bizes at ratea
lower than last year;
Thos. Baikd, Bupt.
Horses and Carriages for Hire
AT ALT. TIMB3 AT
Neiswcnlcr's : Livery : Stable,
West Coal Street.
Pure Ice Cream I
BRBAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Orders promptly attended to. Particular at
tention paiu lo isaiis, i'lcnlcs,
NOKT1I MAIN STREET,
Near Corner of Lloyd, SHENANDOAH. PENN
B. BIUCKER, M. J.,
PUY&IOIAN AND SDJtffEON,
No'. 9 East Centre Street; .Matmuoy Olty, P
tfKlD ana an special disease? a specialty.
J H POlIKItflv,
A 77 Oft HEY' A T-LA W,
OOP. B44a11'j building earner Main u,4 Osntii
SHE IS PERSECDTED
Tlio Strango Caso of Mrs.
ABDUCTED WHEN AN INFANT.
Talion to Switzsrknd and Put ia Oaro of
nionoy Sent From New Vork for Her
Support - Told Slio Was the Daughter
of n Wealthy Atnurlcan-.SInrrles, nud
Determlue to Seek Her l'arouts-- Her
KflorU lfrlng lrseculIon Upon Her
and Frequent Attempts aro Made to
fiteal Her Children A Homantlo and
New York, Oct. 15. A romantic
story of the alleged abduction of a child
of supposedly wealthy Now Yorkers, of
her Isolation In a lonely spot In the wild
mountains of Switzerland, of her subse
quent escape from her cruel keepers, of
her return to this city and persecution
here by mysterious personages, came to
light yesterday, through tho following
advertisement which appeared In one of
tho local Gorman newspapers:
I LADY WHO WAS AHDUCTF.D WHEN
a a child, about 3J years ago, from .Sew
Tork I ity or vicinity, and taken to bwlteer
land, seeks her paion(. Information mnv bo
obtained from Mrs. BnderllU, .No. 40U East
A reporter found Jlrs. Enderlltz in a
mall, neatly kept room on the socond
lloor at that number, wltu two pretty,
dark-eyed and swarthy looking children
tugging at her skirts nnd gazing at tho
Intruder with awed astonishment.
Mrs. Knderlltz said that she was the
herolno of tho story vagaoly revealed In
tho advertisement, and then narrated
her romantic history as she had gathered
It here and there by bits and woven
Into n coherent and plausible whole.
Slio says that sue has a vacuo remem
brance of having been carried away from
her parents by strangors nnd taken
across a wide expanse of restless waters.
Slio was a child at the time, perhaps
years of age. When she had grown up
so that sha could appreciate lior sur
roundings she found herself In the hands
of cruel and rough peasants uway down
In tho dale of an Isolated mountain In
Switzerland. The nearest village was
about Ave miles off, and could be reached
only by a primitive, dangerous path
along a stoep mountain peak. Thither
the young girl had often to wander In
winter tlmo through deep Bnows with a
basket full of butter and eggs to tako to
While on theso errands sho picked, tip
from tho villagers now and then slender
threads relating to her sudden and mys
terious nppsaranco in tho household of
her keeper and of occasional visits to
thn village of a well-dressed foreigner,
supposedly an Amorican, who would
bold conferences with her mountain
keopor and give him money. It was
common gossip among tho villagers that
tho Durrs (that was tho supposed namo
of her supposed parents) wera not her
pnrents at all, as they had given out 'to
tho village pastor when ho was called
upon to christian her Annie. Besides
this, Annio heard snatches of conversa
tion now and then regarding her and
tho money that the foreign gentleman
was sending at intervals from New Yoik
and other points in tho vicinity for
There cama a tlmo when this board
money ceased to come and the peasants'
treatmont of Annie became more and
more cruel. Ono d Durr told her that
ho would not keep her any longer, and
came out with tho story that she was
tho daughter ot some wealthy American.
Annie was 15 years old when she left
her bondage and started out in the world
with tho hopo or finding her real pa
rents. She worked for while In hotels where
American tourists sojourn, hoping
against hopo that sho might learn some
thing or her parents through them.
About ton years ago sho met an honest,
Industrious young painter by tho namo
of Doininick Enderlltz who was am
bitious to pursue his luck In "tho prom
ised land" of Amorlca. Annie oncour
aged Doniinlck's attention to her and
oventually accepted his offer of mar
They camo to this city, nut lack ot
money prevented Jlrs. Enderlltz from at
onco Instituting the search for her supposedly-
wealthy parents. About ,two
years ago she Inserted the first adver
tisement in a newspaper.
To the amazement ot tho honest couple,
Instead of getting an Inkling of the
identity and whereabouts of the sought
for 'parents, they found themselves per
secuted by mysterious persons who
seemed to bo Intent upon stcallhg'one of
their pretty, dark-oyed children.
Lato one evening, upon leaving the
Atlantic Garden on the Bowary, where
they had gono with their two children
to spend a pleasaut evoning, Mrs. Endor
litz found herself followed by a well
dressed, closely veiled woman. Her
husband was a fow paces ahead of her.
carrying the ydunger of the two chil
dren, when the veiled woman rushed
silently up to her and tried to snatch
from her little Annie, who was walking
at her sido, holding her hand. Aftor
that similar attempts to steal Ono ot the
children were inAda several times at
Mrs. Enderlltz in her despair finally
went to Inspector llyrnos for protection.
The Inspector advised hor to move and
never to allow nor ennuron to run
around in the street. The advice was
Sirs. Enderlltz believes that these at
temots to abduct ono of her children
have somo mvsterlous relation to her
efforts in finding her parents, but sho
fondlv entertains the vauuo hopo that
she will be In the end successful, and
that a birr fortune will yet come to her.
She tolls her romantic story in an In
telligent, coherent and thoroughly
plausible fashion. Neighbors oorrobor
ate the Btory of the attempted abduc
tion of her children, and fully believe In
Jlrs. Enderlltz's other tale of her own
A Valiinbln Hoc; Now.
HARTFoaD, Conn., Oct. 15. -Mrs. Clara
Louise Kelloce-Strakosch, who Is living
at her summer home nt New Hartforl,
was netting a strango dog two days ago,
when be seized a diamond Ting she had
removed from ono band and Was holding
in tho othor. The dog swallowed the
lewel. which had cost the owner $350,
and the prima donna began negotiating
for the purchase of tho dog. Tho owner
auroed to nart with tho dog for 50 cents.
which Mrs Strakooh gladly paid. Tho
animal'a value has now risen to $350.
JTlUt r,f nil in T nn.innlrfn T)nn TT C T) A ... .HO. I
oouu niurariuuu, n stone uiasou ai
Chtlllcothe, Mo., shot his wife, who had
left him on account of his abuse, and
then committed suicide.
The October cotton report of tho De
partment of Agriculture makes the gen
eral averago of the condition of cotton
7S.7, against 83 7 a month ago.
Congressman Cooper has recolved a
vordict at Indianapolis of $300 against
tho Union Railway Company for an as
sault upon him by a guard of tho com
Three negroes Joe Johnson, Joo Speck
and Henry Dlckerson awaiting trial
charged with murder, and Joe Scraggs,
white, forced tho locks of the Jail at
Ocala, Pin., and escaped.
The Bnltlmoro Hoard of Police com
missioners have decided that the sale of
Sunday uowspapers come under the law
as a "work of necessity," and tho police
are directed not to iuterfer therewith.
A prize of $100 offered by the Urndley
county, (Ark.) Fair Association to tho
man oxhibiting tho largost family, was
awarded to Donjiimln .I'arnoll. Ho was
present at tho fair with his wlfo and
ninety-eight doscejidnuts. Of these
descendants twonty-ouo were his own
offspring, fifty wore grandchildren and
twenty-sovon were great grandchildren.
A HMTtJIIT'H JIOSIANCE.
On Her Dentk lied u llccluso Iloveals
Her litre's Sucret.
LlNCOtf, Mass., Oct. 15. Kathorine
Kelloy, Lincoln's old horinlt, Is dying,
and yesterday she told the secret of hor
life. Sho was born In New Orleans In
1829, and in tho years before the war sho
was tho belle of tho city. Her father's
name was Samuel i Gibbons. At the
ago of 18 sho mot a young man named
Hiram Kelley, and clandestinely married
him. The couplo wont to New York.
Hiram was unfortunate in business ven
tures and wont to sea. The ship was
wrecked, and all but Hiram and one
other wore lost.
Among tho wreckage that drifted
ashore was a largo box of gold. They saved
this, and In 1830 reached Now York
again. At tho beginning of tho war
Kelloy enlisted and sailed undor Admiral
Farragut. He was killed in the bom
bardment of New Orleans. His wlfo
returned to her nntlvo city nfter the
war, but found hor family almost blot
ted out of existence. Sho then returned
North, came to this town, and has slnco
lived a hermit's lifo.
Sho has ronuosted that the trunk nnd
Its contents be sent to her brother,
Samuel F. Gibbons, Jr., in Now Orleans.
Because of her miserly habits It is be-
lievod it contains a goodly sharo of the
$128,000 which she claims she possessed
at tho-close ot the war.
A Defaulter Gets Soven Tears.
PonTLAND, Me., Oct. 15. Marshall O.
Percival, the defaulting cashier of tho
Shoe nnd Leather Hank at Auburn, was
arraigned iu tho United States Circuit
Court yesterday on two Indictments,
charging him with misappropriation of
funds and falso entry, lie pleaded
guilty to both, and was sentenced to
sevon years in tho State prison.
NkwYobic, Oct. 15. Tho old Board
of Directors of tho Wostern Union Tele
graph Company was re-elected at tho
annual meeting yesterday. Tho report
for the year ended June UU last shows:
Gross earnings, $23,034,320; operating
expenses, $1(5,428,741; net earnings, $0,
C03,584. Tho plant, etc., Is valued at
J, 743, BUI.
Flro damaged St. Ignatius' Oathollo
Church at Kingston to tho amount of
Peter Sherwiok, of Pottsvillo, tbo
Hungarian who killed his cousin in
Mahunov City a few months ago, was
taken to the Eastoru Penitentiary yester
day to serve 13 years,
Col. Charles G. McCawloy, who dlod at
Itosemont, was rocently placod on tho
retired list whllo holding tho ofBco of
Colonel Commandant ot the United
States Marino Corps.
MjNSourl, KauunH, ArlcntiHnH,
Texas, NeliniHlca, l.ouiHtimu,
Colorado, Vlali, Colltortiin,
Oregon, WaHltsuutoii, Mexico,
Mew Mexico or Arlzoun,
and will send me a postal card
or letter stating
Where yon are going,
When you are going,
Where you will start from,
How many there are In your party,
What freight and baggage you have,
I w HI write you or oall at your taoufeund
furnish you with tho fullest Information
regarding routes, lowest rates of all
classes, besides maps, descriptive and Il
lustrated land pamphlets, resort books,
Hot Springs guides, etc.
Cheap Farming Lands In Missouri, Arkan
sas, Kansas nnd Texas.
J. P. McCANN, Eastern Trav. Agt.,
W. E. HOYT,
Q. E. P. Agt., 391 IJ roadway ,New York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES I
COFFEE DOUSE, 32 N. Main St.
Families supplied with raw oysters by the
MK8. FEItaUHON, Prop,
Tho heavier underwear la bcluc
brought Into service.
Mothors, Bo Patient.
Tho Uttlo ones suffer dreadfully whon
Wild Colic i flllcU thein. Thoy got well
quickly whon Dr. Hand's Collo Cute Is
given to them. Free samples at J. M.
Lillian and C. J. McCarthy's drug ttoro.
Monday was a real autumn
with cold piercing winds.
Height of Cruelty.
Nervous women seldom receive the sym
ptoms thoy deserve. Whlleof en the pictures
of health, they are constantly ailing. To
withhold sympathy rrom toese unfortunate
Is the height or cruelly. They have n weak,
heart, causing shortness or breath, lliillerlns;,
pain In side, weak and huugry Rpells, and
llually swelllug of ankles, opprunalon, chok
inir, smothering Rod droiwy. I)r Miles' Now
Heart Cure is Just the thing for llicin. For
tho r nervousness, hetdache, weakuens, etc.,
his Itest iratlve Neivi e is unqtinled. Fine
trcat sfl tin "H.-art and Nervous Disease" and
marvelous ictilmonials Iree. Bold and
guaranteed by O. II. ILigenbuch.
Tlio great vvlutr-liko null sleeve Is
growing iu disfavor.
Mlloa' Rerve and Liver Pills
Act on n new principle regulating:
liver, stomach and lwwels thrown,
and liowels fhrotiuh the hi
A uewniscovery. nr. Miles' l'liis speeniiy
sure blllousueis, bad Uwte, torpid liver, piles,
oongtlputlon, Uncqualed (or men, women,
children. Smallest, mlldest.Hureetl 51doe,
JActs. Samples Free, at U. 11. Hagenbucu's
The Blovo men were
than they are just now.
A Mystery Explained.
The papers contain frequent notices of rich,
pretty ana eaucaiea gins eioping wnn
uegroeH, tramps ana ciBtiiiuien
known snechilt. Or. Fra
such clrls are more or less hysterical, nervous.
very Imp islvo, unbalanced; usually sublect
to headache, neuralgia, Bleepleestiesri, Im
moderate ciylng or langhlna:. These show a
weak nervous system for which there Is uo
remedy equal to Itosiomiive Nervine. Trial boiler. Doubtless, too much steam wa
boll les and a tine boo-c, containing many . 1l un .
marvelous cures, rree a' C. It. llagenbucls I P"' on, for tbo hollor oxploded with ter
druii store, who also sell, and gimrnuteo Dr. i riblo effect.
Miles' oeletmitod New lloirt Cure, the finest
of heart tonics. Cures Quttorlng, Miort1
brouth, etc. i
Cliestnuting parties mako the woods
vocal thtse day.
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you heed the warning? The signal per
ips of tbo sure approach of that more ter
ble disease. Consumption. Ask yourselves
If you can afford for the sake of saving 50
rents, to run the risk and do nothing for it.
wo know from experience that Hhlloh's Core
will Cure your Cough. It never fulls. This
explains why more than n Million Dottles
were sold the past year. It mlloves Croup
and Whoppinc Cough nt onco. Mothers do
not be without It, For lame Hack, Hide or
Cheat, use Hhlloh's Porous Piaster. Bold by
C. II. Hagenbuch, N. K. corner Main and
Tlio soda water and
ness is diminishing.
lee cream bual-
8. H. Cllirord. Now Cassel. Wis., was
troubled with Neuralgia aud Kheuniatlmi,
his stomach was disordered, Ills Liver was ar
locted to a.i alarming degree. Appetite fell
away, nnd he was terribly reduced lu flesh
u'Kl nr-ngtli. Three bottles of Electric Hit
lers cured film.
Edward Hhenherd. Harrlsburg. Ill . had a
running Bore on Ills lot of e'ghi years' stand
log. Uted tlmo bottles ol Electric lllittrs
and wnen boxes of Itucalen's rnlca Halve,
nut ins leg Is hound and well. John Hoeaker.
Cat iwua, 0., had Ave large Fovcr sores on Ids
leg, ii jomrs miiu lie was incuraoie. une uoi
tlo l'lectrlo nittei-M and ono box Ilucklen's
Arnica Halve cured him entirely. Hold bv
C. II. HagenbuoL, Druggist,
Time and tide wait
for no man's
three month's note.
Father Pablo Juarez Talks
Don Usmon Alva. Dear Sir! I have the
satisfaction of inlormlngyou that Die Cactus
iiiooa uuro, oi win u yon are mo owner, nas
produced tho most wonderful results for a
irlend ot mine who lias Bunerea rrom her
petic cruptlou, nud I ronslder your cuie a
rt generator without an canal, fa thename
of my Irlend I thank you Hlncerely, and be
mro I will recommend your valuable medi
cine, as i nave ug tin seen us results.
l ours iruiy,
. It V. PABLO JLTAUEZ
Hold at Klrlln'g Drug B tore, Ferguson House
The turkeys will soon bo taking to
Shiloh'o Consumption Cure.
This Is beyond question tbe most suc
jeaslul Cough Medicine we have ever sold.
lew doses Invariably cure the worst caees oi
Joutju, Croup, and Bronchitis, whllo Us won
lerfu! Bucoewf In the cure of Consumption is
without a jiaraiiei in tne nistory oi meaieine,
Slnoe It's llrt dlhooverv it has been sold on n
;uarnntee, a test which no other medicine
-an Btand. It you have a Cough wo oarnefetly
ask you to try it. I'rloo JO cents, 50 oents, and
11.00. If your Lungs aro sore, Chest or Back
lame, use Hhlloh's l'orous Flatter. Ho u bv
0. II. Uageubucb, N. E. corner Main aud
Gurnet tints are said
into favor again.
to bo coming
A poor unfortunate In Milwaukee Is said to
have tneezed himself to death. Alas 1 poor
creature, living lu the light or thn nineteenth
century and never heard uf Dr. Hull's Cough
Hyrup. Well, this Is inoro than Egyptian
A little over a month and Thanks
giving Day will be hore.
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing and will surely do
trouble with Throat, Chebt or Lungs. Dr.
King's New Discovery lor Consumption,
Coughs and Colds Is guaranteed to give re-
lief, or money will be paid back, sulfdrers
from La Grlime found 11 lust the thine and
under Its use had a spetdy and perfect re
covery. Try a jatnple bottle at our expense
and learn for yourself Just how good a tiling
It Is. Trial bottles free at C. II. Hngenbuch's
urug fitore. iirge Bize ouo. nua ti.w.
.Ronsted chestnuts somewhat curtail
tho sale of peanuts Just now.
It ilou t do to neulect nature's warning
acliCB through the tystein, cause Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia and Backache. Try lted Flag
Oil, the Famous l'aln Cure. 25 cents at Klr-
lln's drug store.
A blaok finish to the soles of tho
masculine shoo 1b the latest.
1IKY HAD SOU! OUT.
Uocy A Bpoener Now Own No frtoek In
the Adnms TJxprete Ots
Nbw YonK, Oct. 15. President San-
ford and Vlee-l'resldent I)Yeioy and
most of the directors of the Adams Ex
press Company are making a thorough
investigation into tho company's af
fairs They will be unable to tell ex
actly how matters stand for several
days to come. Examination thus far,
it is said, has revealed irregularities,
though to no great extent.
Mr. Lovejoy says that misappropria
tions, other than those nlready known,
have been found. Ho refused to glva
any Information as to their extent,
but says there Is no telling what the
future will develop, and it will be some
time next week beforo It enn be told how
much the ex-prosldent has taken from
Mr. Lovojoy says that, though the
company is out a large amount of
monoy, It will In no way effect the value
of the oompany's atook,
Mr. Bandford ssysi "There Is no In
clination on tho part of the directors to
relax any effort In prosecuting to the ex
tent of the law, for the malfeasance
against this company by Its officers, and
in securing all that has been wrongfully
taken by these olUcors. "
Ho refuses to say whether Messrs.
Hoey and Spooner will be arrested but
says It will be left to tho counsel of ths
compauy to take the most eilectivo
moans of securing tho misappropriated
It wa learned late yesterday that John
Hoey, the doposed President, had sold out
every dollars worth of his stock In the
corporation just before tho Hoston Dis
patch and Kltmsley Exprots negotiations.
Clapp Spooner, ithe ex-Vice-President,
also disposed of his holdings at the
Tho investigating committee nnd the
friends of the deposed officials wera
thunderstruck nt this discovery, and
much unfavorable comment is heftrd be
cause the men retained their positions ot
trust and drew salnry long after their
other financial interest iu the company
hud ceased. It Is said that MY. Hoey
will shortly make a statement that will
explain his side of the case.
FATAI. BOH. ICR KXPLOSION.
All Olil i:nvlnM I" TEnmilr Nlinn f Rf.
auce ut Hamilton from putilwHavur.
t" tin.. .....I! OA.t 'U. I..
fore i orAv.. dispatch fronMay&i. a
torribln exnlrnlnn YfcrfJIug lu it '(ft IhVl
!;oi8Tot the cl,l0H0' st- g4
The omployes in the shops had bes"n
repairing an old engine, and having com
Dieted the work, decided to test thn
Kleven poisons wore Injured, three ot
them futally. Flvo of tho victims wera
Tho three who aro badly Injured are.
John Clowry, Charles Nouman and John
A Clergyman's Son Missing.
Bosiox, Oct. 10. No trace has yot
been found of Arthur D. Mayo, tho son
of Ilev. A. D. Mayo of this city, who has
been missing from his homo since Sun
day last. He was a lecturer on edu
cational topics. Ho has been 111 recent
ly nnd it is believed that ho has gono
Wost whllo suffering from montal aber
Funeral of a Illoyotlst'.
Coktland, N. Y., Oct. 15. Qua Hud
son, who was prominent In bicycling
circles throughout the State, was burled
yesterday. Tho remains wero oscorted
from his lato homo to the depot by
tho members of tho Cortland Wheel
Club. His own wheel, heavily draped,
was led behind the hearso. This wni
done In compliance with the dying re
quest of the dead wheelman.
Capt. lllaaler on Trial.
Elizabeth, N. J., Oct.15. Captain
Herman Iilazior, who shot and killed
Thomas Wilson May 11 last, was put on
trial yesterday. Wilson was a bystander
uurinj a quarrel between lilazler and n
neighbor, nnd was hit by a bullet in
tended for tho other man. Owing to tho
prisoner's ill hoalth tho trial was ad
journod till January.
X.Iffht House I'stllllntes.
Washington, Oct. 15. Tho estimates
of tho Light-house establishment for tho
coming year, to be presented to Congress
at its meeting In Docembor, call for tho
appropriation of SJ.'J33.U00. Tho esti
mates last session called for about
lied Cross Can't Colleot Assessments.
Boston, Oct. 15. The officers of tho
Order of tho Hod Cross wore yostordny
enjoinod from collecttug assessments
aud from interfering with tho assets of
theordor until further orders of the
court by Justlco Dunbar in the Supremo
Chem leal Company Huruod Out.
SrniKOFtKLD, Mass., Oct. 15. Tho
main building ot tho Hampden Paint
and Chemical Company on Armory street
was destroyed by lire last evening. Loss
SHO.OOO; fully insured. The tiro was
causod by tbe explosion ot a lamp.
NEW YOI11C NKWS IN 11KIBF.
Governor Hill spoke at Itochostcr last
Ex-Presldont Cleveland spoko at tho
Democratic rally lu Brooklyn last night.
Henry Canuall, a music teacher of
Now York, committed suicide yesterday.
Tho monument to IUd Jaokot, tbo In
dian chief, was unveiled at Cauoga yes
L. N. Cleveland, of Central Square,
shot himself In the Itingland House in
Four hundred young ladle3 were un
able to gain admission to Vnsaar College
at roughkeepsle this year.
Tho annual couvcntlon of the societies
for the prevention of cruelty to children
and animals, is being neia lu Syracuse.
William M. Ely, a prominent mer
chant of Bingbamton, committed sui
cide yesterday duiing a lit of temporary
Major Throckmorton, the commandnnt
at Fort Soliuyler, who is under arrest for
duplicating his pay vouchers, declares
that ho can vindicate himself.
The story published somo time ago
that Paulino Hall, tho opera singer, had
been married to George I). MoClelJau,
the manager other company, and which
was denied at tha time, U now con
A Shoe Dressing- must restore the bril
liancy of a worn shoe, and at the same time
trturve the loflntss of tbe leather.
LADIES will the Dressing yon ara
using do both? Try ill
I'our a dessert spoonful of your Dressing
Into a saucer or butter plate, set it nsido for
a few days, and it will dry to a substance
as bard and brittle as crushed glass. Can
such a Dressing be good for leather?
Wolffs ACME Bbcting
will stand this test and dry as a thin, oily
film which is as flexible as rubber.
25 Dollars worth of New Furniture for
25 Cents. HOW? By painting
25 square feet of Old Furniture with
027 North Front Street PHILADBLPHIA.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR TO SARSAPARILLA
Causc3 no eruptions upon
the skin such as nearly all
sarsaparilla mixtures do; but
drives tho impurities from tho
blood through the proper
channels, tones up the system,
increases appetite, and rapidly
cures dyspepsia, constipation,
liver and kidney troubles, and
9.11 diseases depending upon
an impure condition of tho
Sold at -Write' Drug Store,
Ferguson's Hotel liloek, SAtnmttnh, Pa,
ngrntM Tor W. L. Dnllglna Hlioea.
r Mule In mi i- itlncn iimIc vmir
lenler lo Heml fur mtiiloiriip. Mccurc thn
agency, and set thein inr nu.
CF-TA14.E XI MJIIhTlTUTII. -23
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLU FOR THE MONEY?
It ta a Hi'amlfsd Kho. w It li no tucks or wax. thread
to hurt tbo LVct; inaUo of tlio liust line coif, sty Hull
niid euiy, and because nv make mure shoe of this
grade than any utfur ma tnif act uter, It equals hand
newt'il flhiics rostlUK from $4.00 to $
6EE ill fsifiiimit Iiumi-Ncurii, 1110 nneai cait
Klioit evt-r oiTcretl for evmi; equalit Ficucli
Imported Mhi 104 which cost from $S.ui to 81 J UU.
($2: A Miunl-Seuril Welt Hioe, (Inn calf.
SDmTm t INh. nmifortolilo nnd durable. Tho hohl
fthoo tner oiftrrd at this prlct-; Home urade ad cus
miii-nuiii" hnncs cohuuk inni jtn uo io jjtmaj.
SV .in l'oiift! Mioit) mrmors, uaiirnau .ncri
wvi and Ia tterCnuliTHull wciirtbem: II no calf.
Bi-'nmU", smooth Iiihi( lit'Oy tlireo fcoles, extcu
Blun odKo. 4 me pair will wear a, eitr.
scQ t)ii li no cniii no neiter siiooovprorrernii as
iOtAti til Id nrieo: one trial will couvluco tlio u
who want a shoo for I'ninfort and wrvlco.
wsfii nro itv m n m j- nnd dtinihlo. Tliotta wtia
have Riven tliem n trlul w ill wear uo other mako.
HAUsfi' nnd si.7 sonooi bums am
lollj y O worn bvtho lrseervwhere: tbevsull
on thcTr merits, an Hit Inorcusliitf sales utiow.
tal3 It33S lxniitila, verystiiinh: eouaUFrencU
Imported aUuesooHtlinrfnmi Sl.tjo toM.jtt,
ljIUllt'N' V.. J". BYtUll "nil MiiM iur
Miflseaaro the best tine Utniyola. st lish aud durable.
Caution. Se thut V. I. Doug la namo and
price are. stamped on tbo bottom of each alioo.
DO YOU WANT
and well made, fashionable clothes?
If fco, call on
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 South Jai'din Street, ShcnandoalL
Call nud see Ramples of the latest goods nnd
the styles. Good workmannhln. nrouaDtn.-ss'
and lwlr pi-low.
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Painted, Papered and Renovated.
No. us IU8T CKJVXIIB STItlJCT,
Three doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Haskey would In'orm his many friends
and the public that he will rater lo their wauLs
in too same nrei-cias siyio inai no uas none
In the Hast. None but the best brands of lor-
elgu and domestic wines, llquora and cigars
will be kept In Moult. Choice temperance
drinks, l' lhe old stock ale
Theeating ba is supplied wltu everything
lu tbe e-itlng line served In the bent stvle.
Meals served at all hours. Flue urlvate rooms
Mi. d, nutria (it-rmftn Ammtva
pii.xiilUt tn th. rolled biUi bo U
kbl W -ure BlOOd PolBOI1
Nervous Debility J Spe
cial Disena8 "f
Hkiu Din ut a. U4 ftpU PkiDt to th
Uli-U-lii'si, rimnlea, Kruptlcu iiflOf
hud fieri Hwelltnga, lrntiH ma,
Ititlniiufttioo e.nil Eunnlngi,
tr, lot mwory wtk b iiwUl twltw. i.iny
Illsvldtr DIuwsm kni tUt II - tnh from
lodlwrvUon or Urerxorh. IfaMu: mee t In J1 ?I
relief ftl ohm Do not f hop. no
Uaiof Doctor, Quek, Fmllv or lloapiltM Ulut I'M UlKO.
nr. tiikbl oufM positively honl dBl6aon rrom
tmilBOl OLD WfM, NIDDt.1 Kr T""i fO.n-RMFfciTIW
isisuuAi.1 rl.H r p. or wl U ump book
"TRUTH" fliK'-iitut Unukt Und -r twoni UlUnmll4.
iTo'SA'AllT film to. rrtn 6 W 9. Wed. d 84L
lfi6Wl0. Bnnittlllll. WHw or eU n4 bt .
for lubKBoua m wdo, "4 8uudj rtlUk. 411 Time