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THIS BEXATI! INVISSTIUATlHO.
Inquiry Into tlio Conduct of rcnusrlva-
nla'l Offlcera-Ultter Conteat l.lkely.
IlAitmsnuna, Oet. 10. Tho Senate's
Investigation Into the alleged miscon
duct In oftlco of Stuto Treasurer Borer
and Auditor-General McOamaut began
In real earnest yesterday morning.
Auditor-General McCauiant, through
Ills counsel, first made answer to the
proclamation of the Governor. Tho an
swer protested that, the Governor had no
authority under tbo constitution to con-
veno the senate, auu that the senate
lind no warrant under the constitution
for addresslnc the Governor asking for
his removal. Then came a general and
specific denial of all the chnrges against
It was expected that State Treasurer
Borer would be examined hut be was
compelled to leave for Ualtlmoro on ac
count of the illness of his mother.
After a short recess the Attorney,
General stated that at the Invitation ot
tho Senate he appeared to assist the body
In the investigation at such time, in such
manner and for such purposes as th'
Sonnto might indicate, provided that
such assistance be not involved in such a
manner as would ba Inconsistent with
his relations to tho Governor as his legal
and constitutional adviser. lit said
that he did not propose to appear in the
nature of prosecutor, but simply to as
sist the Senate.
The Attorney-General having asked
for nn adjournment until Monday after
noon In the Interest of expeditious In
quiry, the Senate acceded to his sug
gestion. Kufus is. bhapely, counsolfor Audltor-
Generul McCamnnt, says that in any
event the struggle for possession of the
Auditor-General s onlce will be pro
longed and bitter. Kven should the
Senate present a a finding to the Gover
nor sufficient to remove JlcCamant the
latter would rofuso to recognize th
Governor's authority to remove, and
would decline to recogniso any ap
polnlce and not turn over the Depart
ment keys. In this event the matter
would go to court, and In the end would
got to the Supreme Court, and by the
time the latter body had passed judg
ment McCamant's time would havo ex
pired. STILL A SIVsTr.KY.
No Cluo to tho Murderer of Mrs. Gregory
MlDDLETOW.V, N. Y., Oct. 10. Tho
murder ot Mrs. Noali Gregory is tho only
thing talked about here. No cluo of tho
murderer baa yet been obtained.
It Is thought that Mrs. Gregory was In
the kitchen when tho robbor entered the
sitting room. Hearing a noise she hur
ried into tho sitting room, when the rub
ber fired into her face and ear. Another
bullet was embedded in tho bead. The
face was filled with powder. Her loft
blp was fractured and tho nosu crushed
in. Her hands were also torn and
soratched in tho straggle.
The murderer left bloody stains nil
about tho room, and on tho hitching
post wore traces of his horrible deed.
Mrs. Gregory was a woman about 49
years old; tall, graceful and with a pleas
ant face. Sho was the mother ot two
sons. Her husband and children are
much prostrated by the murder.
No pains will be spared todisoovertha
murderer,anda largo reward will be offer
ed. Sheriff Johuson Is on the ground
endeavoring to ferret out a clew.
A Murderer Lynchftd.
Norfolk, Vtt., Oct. 10. Early Tuos
day morning Mrs. Fannie Faddon, of
Cape Charles City, aged 70, was mur
dered by a servant named George Dyer
for her money. Dyer was subsequently
arrested and lodged in the Eastvllle jail,
where a mob of 75 men went early yes
terday morning, secured the prisoner,
who had confessed to the crime, and
lynched him. Dyor was about 22 years
old, white, and the Instrument used in
tho murder was a huga knife. The
. 1T T,-., .1.1 1. ,1 1 .. 1
slon amounts to between $300 and $100.
O. A. lu Monument to Ooit. Grant.
Philadelphia, Oct. 10. The Grand
Army of the Republic Intends to erect
In Washington, D. C, a monument to
General Grant and the necessary money
to nay for the monument is being ralsod
by popular subscription among the G.
A. li. posts of tho country. It Is estl-, Tilden controlled by Harrity," says
male! that tho sum of $10,000 will be Editor Paschall, in promptly accepting
required to erect the monument. A i this issue. "Tho general history of tho
committee, consisting of Generals Bur-. Democratic party is less favorable to the
tlette, Conner and Alger, and Cols. Heath ' peojile and more favorable to the em
aud Grant, which has charge of the ' bezzlers than the Republican record.
matter, is in session hero tor the pu r
poso of organization.
Uepondenoy Drove lllm to Sulcldo.
MoimisTowN, N. J., Oct. 10. Jacob L.
Sutpln, aged 50 years, a well-known
resident of this place, committed suicide
yesterday afternoon by shooting himself
through the head. He had just returned
from a visit to the grave of his wlfa
when he committed the act. Ur. Sut
1 a.u had been subject to spalls of de
spondency for a year past, caused by
financial troubles, brought about by the
peculations of a clerk In his employ.
Ue Cleaned a Gun Usual Result.
London, Oct. 16. Tho wife of Capt.
Poiroll, of New York, who is staying at
a uoted American boarding house on
Kepuel street, lius.ell Square, went to tho
tu;iiro last night, und during her ab
sence, hor son, aged 16, was engaged in
donning a rifle, when the wsapon ex
ploded and shot a daughter aged 14,
nbu-r the left breast She is severely in
jured. American Gold Coining Daok.
Nf.w Your, Oct. 16. The steamship
Spree, which arrived from Southampton
yesterday, brought $210,000 in gold, the
steamship Teutonic (S00.000 and the
stenmshlp Saale $6,000. Total arrivals
this week, $4, 439,000, and total since
Sapt 13, $lS,b03,G05.
Mm KNQLAND BREVITIES.
Thirteen horses ware buratd ta death
la John H. Gilford's ba rn, Worcester,
Dr. R. B. Storrs was rs-slected presi
dent of the Amerlaaa Board of Forslgn
Missions, atFittsQeld, Mats.
J. Malcom Forbas of Doston yesterday
purchased the great trotting mare,
Nancy Hanks, at Lexington, Ky. The
price paid Is not given out.
George Williams, who was eleoted
Mayor of New London, Conn,, last week,
has tendered his resignation, because of
certain appointments made by th Com
William W. Carter of Wanor, Oonn.,
has been missing since Monday sight,
when he left a sociable wttkout bli coat
aud hat. It is believed that h Is suffer
ing from temporal? losauiUy.
ftighest of all in Leavening Power. U. & Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889, '
srssEEfcv . 3 s I
BOGUS ALLIANCE CLUBS.
How Demoorats Hope to Gull the
Farmers of the Northwest,
Tho Politicians Sot Up a SeliemoAto
Hoodwink Itciul)licnn Gran
gers Which Falls Very
Within the last few days a shrewd
Democratic schemo litis been unearthed
in the northwestern counties of this
Tho Democratic county committee
men have started to organize what they
call "Tilden Allianco Clubs" in tho in
terest of the Democratic candidate for
stato treasurer. These so called clubs
are made up of dyed-in-the-wool Demo
crats, who, by taking the name of "Al
lianco men," nope to hoodwink Repub
lican farmers into joining their organi
zations, which they claim aro non-par
tisan and solely in tho intorest of gran
gers. Now, the fact is, the Democratic cam
paign managers, in desperation over the
certain defeat of their stato ticket, hit
upon this trick as a last resort to boom
thoir very much demoralized canvass.
Republican farmers, however, are not
being "taken in" by this dodge. They
cee that the solo purpose of these clubs
is to lift Cnndidnte Tilden, who has
no just claim to the name of "farmer,"
out of 0110 public office into another.
They think he is doing very well in the
position of deputy secretary of state, to
which Harrity nppointed him, for his
services to the Democratic party.
It is noticed that in getting up this
latest campaign racket tho Democrats
did not oven attempt to form "Wright
Alliance clubs'' to back their candidate
for auditor .general. They know that
tho farmers of Pennsylvania, Democrats
and Republicans alike, refuso to have
anything to do with the Democratic can
didate for auditor general since he figured
at Harrishurg last winter as a paid
1 agent of corporations against the
"grangers tax bill, and in view of his
well known corporation record.
The latest Democratic scheme has
fallen very flat.
A DEMOCRATIC GAUGE TAKEN.
Fairly Met on the Issue of Honest
nud Capable Candidates.
One of the staunchest supporters of
Dalzell at the Republican Club League
convention and a warm admirer of
, Hastings, is Editor Paschall, of Doyles-
, town. Though he kicked vigorously
against Delamater last fall, and fought
"Jack Robinson for the league presi
dency with as much vehemency and de
termination, this Bucks county fighting
editor is now enthusiastic in his sun-
port of Gre;
The Democratic Harrisburg Patriot
I .-nT1t tnBr ,v.,v .www w
t J e -"
the public moneys aro only safe in the
hands of honest men, men uncontrolled
by party bosses and free from the dan
gerous associations of those who make a
living out of politics."
"The convention which nominated
and Captain Morrison
, was less boss ridden by Quay than was
the mooting which named Wright and
Look, for instance, at the nine default
ing Democrats who were state treasurers
of various commonwealths. Hero were
plenty of chances for the Democrats to
vindicate their honesty and devotion to
tho public. Yet what have they done?
The one instance of a great Republican
thief, Bardsley, is an inmato of the pen
itentiary. He was promptly put there
by a Republican district attorney and a
Republican mayor, in a Republican city.
"If the people are to judge, and mani
fest their judgment by their votes, ac
cording to the principles laid down by
The Patriot they will elect Gregg and
Morrison in November. They were
nominated quite as freely as were
Wright and Tilden; in fact the nomina
tions were less controlled by bosses
Harrity having absolutely named the
latter at the Democratic meeting while
(juoy was tar less prominent m the lie
pnblican convention. Judged upon the
records of parties the Republican npmi
nees have every claim to support tho
Democrats having practically condoned
the shortcomings of Democratic officials,
while the Republicans have condemned
and convicted and sentenced Republican
As Itlaliio Sees It.
"The western farmer's instinct is
wiser than Mr. Gladstone's philosophy,"
Bays Secretary Blaine. "The farmer
knows that the larger tho home market
the better aro his prices, and that as the
home market is narrowed his prices full."
"God Bees Vou."
As the 4:80 train from New York
reached Stamford Wednesday, an an
tique looking duine thrust her head ont
of the window opposite the refreshment
room door and briefly shouted, "Sonnyl"
A bright looking boy caino up to the
window. "Little boy," said she, "havo
you a motherr "Yes, mam." "Do you
lovo her?" "Yes, mam." "Do you go
to school?" "Yes, mam." "And are you
faithful to your studies?" "Yes, mam."
"Do you say your prayers every night?"
"Yes, mam." "Can 1 trust you to do an
errand former "Yes, mam." "I think
I can too." said the lady. looking stead'
lly down on the manly face. "Here is five
cents to get me an apple. Remeinbor,
Uod sees you." J. 11. Baiusy.
The lco men mid coul dealers would
like to hcu nn old fashioned winter.
Mothors, Bo Patlont.
Tho littlo onot suffer dreadfully when
Wild Colic aflliuU thorn. Tuoy get woll
quickly when Dr. Hand's Colic Cure Is
given to them. Kreo samples at J. Al.
Ilillan and 0. J. McCarthy's drug storo.
Our Btreets will bo lighter when the
ucust) foliage of the trees Is gone.
Height of Oruolty.
Nervous women seldom feoelvo the sym
plomR th'-y desere. Wlil eot'en the pictures
of health, tliey are constantly tilling. To
withhold sympathy from ttiese unrortunates
Is the height of cruelty. Thy have a weak
Henri, iMusiuK nuuriueiw in uitrniui inn ici iur.
pain In tmle, weak anil hungry spells, and
riiinllv swelling of ankles, impression. clioK
in, smothering and dropsy. Dr Miles' .New
Heart Cure Is Just the Ihlnj forthem. For
tho r nerv usoess, hoidaohe, wealtuess, etc.,
his Hot ratlve Nervl Is unqtmled. Fine
treat se on "II"art and Nervous Disease'' aud
marvelous leslttnon'aU tree. Mold and
guaranteed by O. II. ILigenuuch.
When it comes to marriage, the pas
tors pout of duty is the hitching post.
Miles' Nerve fend Liver Pills
Vet on a new principle-regulating lhe
liver, stomach and howels thiouah the nirre
V new dlBCoverv. I)r. Miles' rills speedily
;iuo blllousueis, had taste, tirpl't liver, piles,
wnstlpallou. Unequaled lor men, women,
children. Smallest, mil lest. surest! Sldosos.
Jfiets. Hamples l'ree, at U. 11. Hagenbuoh's
Second thoughts are always best, but
some people never have them.
A Mystery Explained.
The papers contain frooueut notices of rich.
pretty aud educated girls eloping with
negroes, tramps and ciaehmen. Tlin well.
Known special si, Dr. Franklin Mil"', ssys all
such girls are more or 1-bs hysterical, nervous,
verv Imp islvo, uubalinoea; usually subject
to headache, neur.-lgla. sleepiessuen, Irn-
modi-rate ciylinr or laugiiinir. inese mow u
weiir nervous system for wh'ch there 1h no
remedv equal to Kesioiwlve Nervine. Trisl
untiles and a tine boot, containing ninny
nnrolous cures, tree a U. 11. Itagenbuch's
drug xt'jre, who also sell, mid guarantee Ur.
MIW .-elebratod New Ile.rt Cure, tlio flnefct
of heart tonics. Uures tliiLterluu, short
The new moon and tho electric
lights now aro rivals these evenings.
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you heed the warning? The signal per
haps ol the Bure approach of that more ter
rlblo dlfeave. Consumption. Ask yourselves
If you can allord for the sako of saving 60
cents, to run tho risk and do nothing for It.
Wb know from experience that Hhlloh's Ours
will (Inrn viinr Cnu?h. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million Uottles
were sold the past year. It relieves Croup
iud Whopping Cough at once. Mothers do
not tin without It. For .Lame ItacK. Hide or
Chest, useShlloh's Torous Waster. Bold by
0. II. ilagenbuch, N. E. corner Main and
Hurtling questions nra frequently
discussed in insurance oillccs.
S. II. Clltrord. fcew Cassel, Wls., was
troubled with NournUtla and ItheumutlMii,
his (Momach was disordered, his Liver wasai
teoted to n'l alarming degree. Appottto fell
away, aud he win terribly reduced lu fleh
a id strength. Thteo bottles of Electric int
ers cured him.
K.lwiml Shepherd. Harrisburg. Ill . had a
running boroou his le of o giiL years' stand
lug. UsoJ three bottles ol Electric Miters
and seven box s of Hucalen's Arnica Halve,
and his leg Is sound nil well. John Hpenker,
C it iwba, O., had dve large Fover sores on Ills
leg, uocuirs sam ue wis incumuio. uue uol
tie Klertrlo Uttters and one box Uucklen's
Arnica Salvo cured him entirely. Bold by
O. II. llugenbuoi., Druggist.
Many peoplo are sutTerlnc with colds
aud tore tliroal, owing to tho great und
sudden chauge lu the temperature.
Father Pablo Juarez Talks
Don lt-imon Alva. Dear Sir: I havo the
sitlsfactlcn of lulormlngyou that tho Cactus
uioou cure, 01 win n you are mo owner, litis
produced me most wonderful results for a
trtend of mine who haB suttored from her
petic eruption, and I roDslder your euro a
regenerator without an equal. In the name
of my friend I thank you sincerely, und bo
sure I will recommend your valuable medi
cine, as i nave ag!u seen us results.
It V. PAULO JUA11EZ.
Bold at Klrlin's DruzStore.Kenmsou House
nioca, nnenauaoau -
Explosions of wrath as well as ex
plosions dy uauiito will bring on atorms.
Shiloh's Consumption Ouro.
This Is beyond Question the most sno-
oosstul CoiiKh Medicine we have ever sold,
lew doses Invariably cure the worst oases ol
joucn. itoud. ana uroncnniH. wmie its won.
lerful success In the cure of Consnmntlon is
witnoui. a paruuei in menisuiry oi meaiciue.
Jmce It's nrst discovery It has been sold on n
raarantee, u test which no other raedtclno
-an stand. It you have a Cough we earnestly
iMtyou to try it. race lu cents, ou cents, and
l.tu. If your Luuus are sore. Chest or hack
lame, use Hhlloh's I'orous Plaster. Bold by
j. u. iiageuoucu, n. a. corner iiam ana
The autumn of 1S01 will go on gas
tronomlc record as a fruit carnival.
A noor unfortunate) In Milwaukee Is said to
luve sneezed himself to death. Alas I poor
creature, living lu the light of the nineteenth
century and never heard of Dr. Bull's Cough
Hyrup. Well, this Is more than Egyptian
When vou tell neople In trouble to
look on the bright side, try and show
them a bright slue to look 'upon.
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing and will surely do
,'ou good, If you have a Cough, Cold, or any
rouble with Throat. Chest or Luutrs. Ur.
Kluc's New Dlsi-ovtry lor Consnmntlon.
roughs and Colds Is guaranteed to give re-
net, ur money win ue pdio. uucit. r-uudrers
from La Grippe found It Just the thing and
under Its use had a tuec dv and perfect re
covery. Try n ample bottle nt our expense
and learn for yourself just how good a thing
Ills. Trial bottles (ree at O. II. Hsgenbuch's
urug store, irge size ouo. una ei.uu.
The celery Is becoming crlsper and
oetier as cooi weatuer conies.
It don't do to neirlect nature's warnlne
aches Ibrongn the aystem, cause Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia and Backache. Try lied Flag
Oil, the Kamous i'ulu Cure. 25 cents at Klr-
HISAIU.KS CAR13 TO GO OX.
lluinora that tlio l'Hiiioua Will Ootiteat
Had ltecn Compromised Deutrtl.
Sai.f.m, Mrss., Oct. 10. Detiluls follow
quickly upon assertions that n comprom
ise has been effected in the suit ot Timo
thy Hopkins, the adopted son of Mil
lionaire Mark Hopkins, of San Francis
co, who contests the will of his foster
mother, which conveys all the accumu
lated millions to her second husbaud,
Edward S. Searleti.
It was reported on apparently good
authority that Mr. Senrles had offered
young Hopkins the round sum of $3,
000,000 to discontinue his suit, and that
the oiler was rofused.
It is now denied that any such settle
ment has been proposed, and the law
ycrs say the fight will go on Oct. 90, la
the Massachusetts Court.
Gen. Hubbard, of Butler, Stlllwell St
Hubbard, Searlos' attorneys, says: "Th
case XT1" K on next Tuesday. We off ei
co compromise. Wo are ready for the
Gen. Hubbard Is an executor of Mrs.
Searle' will also.
Joseph H. Choato, of counsel for Hop
kins, also denies that any compromise
has been reached.
EVA llOHSN'T lllil.IICVK IT.
She llaeos No ltallauco In tho Verification
of Hay Hamilton's Death.
ALDANr, N. Y., Oct. 10. Eva Mann,
or Sliss Kva Hamilton as sho prefers to
be called, who is here with the City Club
Vaudeville and Burlesque Company, was
asked if she still doubted the death ol
lloburt Hav Hay Hamilton in the fnceof
tho vordlct ot the Market Lake, Idahw,
coroner's jury. She said:
"I have always doubted it. I did not
believe the former stories and 1 do not
believo this one. 1 am qulto confident
that Mr. Hamilton is alive. it not
proof enough that it is not Bay's body
that they mnUo no ondeavor to have it
brought here to rest with the others ,
of his family? Is it not proof, I say,
when they let him lie there burled like J
a dog? They say they cannot bring the .
body on without my consent, yet they
have never asked my con-ient."
Kva declared her belief that Itay was ,
stiii aiivo and that she would yet see
An Actrrst i'oalm-fld by n Crnnk.
Nrw York, Oct. 10. Miss Marie
Wainwrlght, the actress, has niHile
complaint ngainst a mystorious person
who seems to follow her about wherever
she goes, and is continually annoying
her with love letters. His persecution
been kept up ever since she began
last, engagement in New York, autl
Miss Wainwrlght thinks she has seen
the man once or twioe, as he has tried to
attract her atttntion in the theatre and
elsewhere Sim believes that he is some
orank who has an infatuation for her,
just as in the case of Mary Anderson's
cowboy lovor, and she wants these
gratuitous attentions stopped. , .r.j
Affairs In Guatemala.
San Francisco, Oct. 10. Tho steamer
San Juan, which arrived at this port
from Panama, had Dr. jrallano, of Nic
araugua, among the passengers. Ho
Bays thoro was no truth in the report
that the Salvadorlan army was moved
to the frontier during the recent trouble
in Guatemala. That country, he said, is
qulto prepared for war should one oc
cur, but will not bring on a confliot by
any overt act. Tho election, which oo-
ours shortly, isfnow attracting the atten
tion of the peoplo ot uuatemaia.
N12WS OF THE DAY.
Allerton won threo strnlght heati
from Delmarch at Lexington, Ky., yes
Count Ludwlg von Arco Va lley, the
Gorman Minister to tho United States, Is
dead at lierlin.
Up to date $20,119,030 four and a halt
lor cent, bonds have been rodoa mod,
eaving outstanding $5,SSU,030.
Temperance was the topic of discus
sion at the Methodist Kcumuulcal Con
ference in Washington, yesterday.
Congressman W. W. F. Leo died
at Alexandria, Va., last night. He whs
a son of tho lato Gen. Itouert i.. -Loo. .
Washimoiom, Oot. 18. for New Enjflanili
Fair; eooler weather; winds bcoomlug west
erly. rorEastorn Now York, Eastorn Pennsyl
vania, New Jersey, Maryland and Dela
ware: fair, slightly cooler weather; north
For Wostern Now York aud Western Penn
sylvania: Generally fain slightly ooolcri
winds becoming westerly.
Ni:W VOUIC MAIIKBTS.
New YoitK. Oet.
15... Money on call loanel
easy at i per cunt.
.1 o-iUy .
a, 1007 Iteg uuti
, a, 1U07 Coup no;
Yesterday, Canadian Faclflo &
Central l'aciuc S.I
Chicago, llur. & Oulucr U
Delaware iliiJaou 1301
Del. Lack. & Western Mat,
Jjike bhuiu 1)4)1
Louis & Nush U'
Michluu Central 101$,
Missouri I'acltle..., -i
New Jersey ' cturai ,.n
Omiroii Navlcstlou 74
1'ucllio Mail S'lll
Westsru union. St
Wbtst clnaed wealc. No. 2 red winter lOJJi
Cornoloatd weak. No. 3 mixed Oiii: Nov.
Oats closed steady. No. S mixed SIM: Nov
Uraamerr. State 4 Fean.. extrai.30 e.aS.1 o,
Cresmerj, waatern. nrats., '27 o.s'aO o,
Cnamary. western. Seconal v!4 a.tid a,
CUta dairy, n. t. tubs. viiraa..,,2a o,a2d a,
Piata fHOtory, full cream. 8oDt. fancy., Wsl0
rltata factory, full cieuni. Aur, tancy... H'laUW
btata factorr. full cr. am. fine wUu'ik
Btaia factory, full oiuam. good to primelViatfVi
State factor, common to lair 7 aH
N. Y. BUte. new laid, per do..,.Sl a.a93M.
hena. new laid ill o.aWHt,
Waatern Nortnwvat rn. llOOd to
prime,,,, , !U0.aU2o
.ernrllow. rer bbl ...1 IVat 3T
Bwaal potatoai, Va ohoio 1 ilal SO
Bprtuir ehleaaus. shole. lane par lb.. alt
bprmi oaloK.'ia. crime 13 alS
M owia, Jeraej, ovaio ra,, parto,.,..,Asia
Turkara. mixed welihts, pr lb.. .....13
p'V ehk'a, rklhk, a a lbs ta put,,,.
A Shoe Dressing nutt restore the Imt.
lUncy of a worn shoe, and at the tame tunc
rtierve tht softntsi of the leather.
LADIES will the Dreing you aro
using do both? Try it I
Pour a dessert spoonful of your Dressing
Into a saucer or butter plate, set it aside fur
a few days, and it will dry to a substance
as hard and brittle as crushed glass. Can
such a Dressing be good for 1 collier?
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
WOLFF A RANDOLPH,
027 North Front Strest PHILADELPHIA.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR TO" SARSAPARLLLA
Causes no eruptions
tho skin such
SarSapai'illa HlixtUrCS (3o; l)llt
drives tlio impurities from tho
blood through the proper
channels, tones up the system,
ilicreascs appetite, and. rapidly
cures dyspepsia, constipation,
liver and kidney troubles, and.
al djgeaSCS dopeildinjZ UPOn
i -l r 1
an impure condition of tho
Sold at Klrlin's Drug Stare,
Flerguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa.
Ask my agents for V. T,. Doiielus Mines.
If not lor snip lit jour placo link lour
denier to Hem! rut ciitnlniElu', secure the
airvncy. nud act ihctn tor jnu.
CTTAKil NO SIMlSTITUTL.l
S3 SiHOE GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE V.'OilLD FOR THE HONEY?
It la n ftvamli" i 8Ium with no tacks or wax thread
to hurt tbefei i, niutto of the Inst lino calf, snltsli
and cnty, and bn'nuae ttv malt moiv ehocs of this
(jnule than any otlu r munujartut ev. It equals band
sovvfsd shot' a costing from to g'UA).
K OI (Jcutiliio l!aiH!-'M(wI, tlio finest calf
JS shot- over often I for Sft.oO; equals French
Imported tilux-n which cost from to $1.00,
&yi OO Iluiid-Srurd Welt Mior, lino calf,
Pfc btlisu, comfort ui1 nud durable. Ino In
buoo ever ollercil at thin pi Ice ; hiiiiiu (trade aa cus
tout mn'lc thorn cost In from St-iw to 'MX.
CO 50 rnlli'v Mum i larmers, Haltroad Men
POs and LctterC uritM'sall v car them; lluocalf,
syanilcsrt, Binonth inwhle. heavy three boles, cxten
slon edjtc. uue pair h 111 wear a j ear.
Stf 50 Hue cnll'i no better fhoo rvrr offered at
this price; one trial will convince thosa
who want a shoe for cnmfoi t and ncr lco.
Ctcrr, mid l'J.OO Win kiimiunn'N shoes
9ibB are ery KtrotiK mul durable. Ihoso who
havo Klvun them n trial will wear no other make.
Ktrt.f?J S'J.OO mul S4 1.7.1 school ehfi am
f9Jj worn by the btiseverywheie; theyBCll
on their merits, nn the I tit reusing sulca show.
R i rlSb !:i00 lliintl oucd shoe, best
bnCllI I Donuulu, ut) stllbh; rnuals I'rencli
lmiortcd shoes costing from to fi.iM.
Ijutllri M.50, S'J.OO und ft 1.7.1 shoe for
aiiaseaaroiuc nertinnouougoia. Mjiisuuuiiuuruuio.
t'nntioii. -Sro that W. K. iKjuglai' name and
Drico aro etaniped on the bottom of each shoo.
v -V. L. U0U0LA3, Urocttou, Mass.
DO YOU WANT
A GOOD FIT ?
and well mndo, fahlnnuble clotlics?
If ho, call ou
w. J, ctjloobs,
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 South Jartlin Street, Shenandoalu
Call and sei samples of the latest goods and
the styles. Good workmanship, promptness
and fair prlcf.
eqq North Fourth St.,
tin i ul? n'noino tleruisiis Amtriou X
Bi.oeliiiit In thf L'utu-U btt-i Uo la
Bble to cur BlOOd POtBOflt
Nervous Debility fi8p
clal DIsenBea -
Hkko DifMt. khJ Bjiou Pilrii la tht
plutJ'h" PiiQpl"'., iruptlniii, tun or
brl llo-r, HwrliliiHi, IrrlUtloni,
jDilwntuUon n4 BoDntci,
BuMure. WeftkQtia a-i lrij
4M17. kut mworr wMk menUl nlftT miiifT n
HUttir Dlie an ml Il . mltiu ft n , , t
ImtUor. tiitn or OTrrwork. Rwent um ourod to to '7 "
relief l oooe Do nnt he. f3''!
tidntt Drx'tor, QuMk, Fsiiill. Hph 'Jcttt ,t" T
Br. THKEh eurfi pOfltlVly w4 hbout dtfnil..o n im
tttttttr-kl. OtD. TOUWtJ. MltBLI n T Ci.HTli.rt 4TIW
uimiim. rich or pour. mh4 te. taP P f br oR
"TRUTH" tipodm Quwki twoto Ultm. 1 il.
rn e to to. SoaT rill ll Vrfw - eU J"
JJ B. BUIOKEU, M. D.t
P1IY&IOIAN AND &LRdOrSr,
So; I) Kast Centra Htrest, Mananoy Olty, Sf
Hutu ivud all siHHilaiauMasdauspmitAlty
o havo a I'u.itlvi' Turn for ttioelTiwiHuCM-K abuv
l.'nrlylEtr. a4H.KiiilmilouB..1i'prvoiiN letilll(y,IM
ctSiixuaH'iu ImiMitciii-jr sc. Ho vrvnl i our faltu la
urSistcllU wk ill send mw Full M mil Medicine
Uul Allien HlURitiw init'riniiini riu;iw Aaiirvw.
O M.IO.. -80 liruudav. .Vow Vork
131m BadlallsbaUdlat comer Main sad Csatr.
FOR . -tEN 1'..j,4 FORI .
i 1 Mil i , " ti rn .
WHY IS THE
W. L, DOUGLAS