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Preients In the moit elegont form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICf
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 the most excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Uilioua or Cunstipated
SO 1 HAT
(URL BLOOD, MPItatHltia 8LEFP,
KBALTH and TMMOTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
IBK YOUR DRUGGIST TON
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FKAhOISCO, CM.
IDUISVIUE. KY NEW YORK. N. f.
GOLD HEDAL, FABIS, 1873.
from which the oxcess of
oil lias been removed, is
aud it is Soluble.
aro used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore- far mora
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocoro ovorywhoro.
V. BAKER & GO., Dorchester, Mass.
Nearly every pattern of jx Hors&
Blanket i" imitated in color and
style. In most cases the imitation
looks just as good as the genuine,
but it hasn't the 'warp threads, and
so lacks strength, and while it sells
for only a little less than the genu
ine it isn't worth one-half as much.
The fact that 5a Horse Blanket
are copied is strong evidence
that they are THE STANDARD,
and every buyer should see that
the J trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
ARE THE STRONGEST.
100 6A STYLES
at prices to suit everybody. If you can't gel
them from your dealer, write us. Ask for
the 5,'a Book. You can get it without charge.
WM. AYRES & SONS, Philadelphia.
Banlt Counters, Tylor System, Port
able, Unequalod In Styles,
Cost and Finish. , , . ,,
110 Tit CiUlutui, of duali'i. UU etc., IllaslraUd la
Color., noli, I'rc. Totdgo lSlVoti.
aibo -ayier amjri
Onlee lle.ks nnd Tj !
writer C'ublneta, ttOO
Style. Best nnd cheap
I est on earth, with groat
redaction In prices.
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!oLgo 111 ctl. lull ll.ff af
U.hV., Ckklra, T.1,1.., tiwk
Can. C.M.fU, lgftj DU.k
t.ui.ti., etc., oiwaj.ia iiocii.
fci.tel.1 Mark w.da to ord.r.
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Original Baa Unly Ucnuino.
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taanIarctH.1 in Jicii mil U U HCtlliio
TtQxa, ti-ww wnii 1 -1 f. 1 lake
iinnlhw. Refute cLinaTUUM aulifiiua
tionaandlmituHini u umUii. r wod-lA
la annul fur j"r-' ' uHmaolii to4
Kttliff for r.'!l',"I.Hr1 y friar
r SlalL I.Ut mi 1 A ait t"aptt
fihin. I'u.ltlvoCuro tor tUetfecuof bIu"
Ol8"'iuall'owr,lmpotncyo. On great It ourfoltUln
Sir SwiflVw. "Ill JSndena Vull Jlimi(li' JJeUICIno
Baker & Go.'s
m ""ff. "&Xo:. tad u,oMK,i: Saw i7U
WAS LINCOLN A HriUITUAMftTT
Claim of a Medium tlitit Mia Ltito rrott-
dent Wfl n llellovor.
Winn I't.Attm, N. Y., Oct. 10. In ft
work entitled "Whs Abraham Lincoln n
Spiritualist?" Mrs. Nottlo Colburn May
nard of this city makes some startling
declaration in regard to Mr. Linoolu's
bcllef'ln supernatural communications.
She states that lu tho latter part of
1802, when she was a Tonne girl, an J al
ready gaining a reputation as a medium,
slio wns lu Washington, anil becamo ac
quainted with Mrs. Lincoln and a num
ber of other parson of prominence, who
were attendants upon her seances, and
through this means she came in contact
with tho President.
Mrs. Lincoln induced her husband to
ntted one of Miss Colburn's neances, and
on that occasion ho wns warned through
tho unconscious medium not to postpone
his Issuance of the emancipation procla
mation. Those present wero surprised,
and asked Mr. Lincoln if any pressuro
had been brought to bear to secure tho
determent of the proclamation, and ho
replied that there had been pressure of
tho strongest kind. Ho was much Im
pressed by tho Incident, and tho procla
mation wan shortly issued.
Lincoln obtained Jliss Colburn a clerk
ship, and ho remained In Washington,
frequently giving' seance, the President
attending several of thorn, and beiug
seemingly mach Impressed with tho
In the winter of 1803-4 Mr. Lincoln
wns present at a seance, and tho torriblo
condition of the freodmon was made tho
subject of spiritual communication, tho
president being urged to appoint a com
mittee to investigate the question, which
he soon did. General Daniel K. Sickles
was preseut at this seance. Mrs. Mny
nard states that during this winter she
hold seances attended by Mr. and Mrs.
Lincoln, at tlie'president's appointment,
but as they were private, and she wns
unconscious when tho spirit was com
municating through hor, she does not
know What was communlcnted, neither
Mr. nor Mrs. Lincoln having told her
afterward what had occurred.
During the winter ot 1861-5 Chariot
Colchester and Charles Foster, wellknown
mediums, held seances for the President,
nnd through them, as well as through
Miss Colburn, the J'resldent was warned
of Ins approaching fate, lie tint not ad
nut, however, that he plaoed any reli
ance upon these prophecies.
1SCHOKS OP THK STORM.
Incoming Vowels Hcptirt Trying Times
Boston, Oct. 11). Simmers nnd sail
ing crnft arriving hero and nt other
eastern ports all roport having exper
ienced terrible storms nt sea. The
steamer Bossshire . reached port from
JMatanzas yesterday anil reports a very
tomptuous voyage, bho managed to rldo
out the several gales nnd hurricanes
which slio encountered, but in a badly
battered condition. Two soamon woro
soveroly hurt during ft squall by being
knocked against tho roll by a hugosea
wulcn tho vessel snipped. 1
Tho schooner Mlnnlo Lewis which ar
rived from Hugged Islund also met sev
eral sovcre gales and rocolvod soma dam
age to rigging nnd hull.
Tho Portugueso bark Rapoza which ar
rived In Now Dedford was thrown on her
beam ends off Firo Island last Tuesday
nnd her foro and main masts had to bo
cut away boforo tho vossol would again
rldo on an oven keel. The vessel carried
n number of passengers who woro great
ly alarmed at the mishap.
IlypiintlzeU nnil Then Murderoil.
CIIICAOO, Oct. 10. Tho brothers of
young William V. Harrison, who was
found dead in his room at tho Welling
ton Hotel last Monday, aro now satisfied
that tho young man was either hyp
notized Into committing siiicldo or mur
dered by a Mexican, who has been living
in this city under tho name ot William
Kills and with whom young Harrison
was supposed to be assooiated in a nno
business enterprises. Ellis was Harrl
sonls constant companion and soomed to
possess great intluonce over him. They
aro looking for tho Mexican, who has
Long Urnncli Houlevnrd Gone,
Asduiiy Park, N. J., Oct. 10. The
Long Branch Commissioners wero yea
torday forced to barrloado Ocean avenue,
tho onco beautiful ocean driveway, as it
wis dangerous to allow vohlclosor podes-
trians to uso tho road. Since tho severo
storms of last week, old Noptuao has
Loon steadily forcing a way into the
fomous ocean boulevard, until now,
f.om tho Mansion House on tho north to
Hath avenue on tho south, fully throo-
quartors of the roadway is entirely gone,
Sam Smntl Arrcitetl.
Boston, Oct. 11). Rev. Sam Small ha
been arrested on n civil action brought
by Rev. Mr.-Munroo, of Newton, who
sont Sam $1,000 a year ago to Invest in
Li.au. Sam did not mako satisfactory
returns, honco the arrest.
N1!W ENGLAND HIIKVITIBS.
The two most no tod works of James
Parton, who is dead at Nowburyport,
' M...... nra "T.liMflnil TlAfpTisn nf Anrnn
Burr," nnd "Life of Andrew Jackson.'
Gen. Aloxauder Harbison, of' Hartford
Conn., has brought a slander suit
for ?5,000 against County Commissioner
E l ward V. Soarlos Is to present to the
town of Methuen, Mass., a fine statue
of t.n. George Washington.
Tin- building of John A. Morgan &
Son, coal and lumber dealers at Norwich,
Conn., was gutted by lire. Loss, 80;000:
N13WS OF THE UAV.
Gov, Steele, of Oklahoma, has re
Tho sarcophagus of the Bmperor Fred
erick was placed on his tomb yesterday.
Tho late Mrs. Allen Q. Thurman was
considered one of tho handsomest womoa
In tho west.
Ono hundred and twenty olectrlcnl la
borers quit work In Chicago Saturday
because a foreman had been reduced to
WAsmnaTo.Y. Oct. 10. For Massachusetts,
Ithodo Island, Connecticut, Now Hampshire,
Vermont uud liistorn New York: donera!!
fain oxropt light ruin In oxtremu woUorn por
tion of Now England; stationary UuuiKiraturoi
For Now Jersey, Maryland aad Dolawaret
LitfUtraln; stationary temperature: eaitorly
For Wottern New York ood Western Ponn
sylranUu Italn; ststlonary temperature; to
rrighest of all in Leavening Power.
mi M'wr m
REPUBLICANS TO ASK NO FAVORS.
Ho "Demands n Thorough Invcstlgn-
ligation or Charges Against All
Olliclnls, Comments on Harris
ley's Dealings with Pnttl
son's Itnnk nnd Coiu
Ex-Minister to China John Russell
Young, who mado a world wide reputa
tion by his "Life of General Grunt,"
has been among the foremost of Phila
delphlans who have been waging war
against Bardsleyism and all who have
had connection with the law treasurer's
illegal operations in the Quaker City.
He has been uncompromising in his vig
orous and cutting criticisms. He as
sailed the whole system of interest pay
ments on public moneys to pnblic of
ficials, and in so doing has taken fre
quent occasion to refer to the fact that
Bardsley got interest from the Chestnut
Street National bank, of which Gov
ernor Pattison was presidout, along
with tho others.
Sitting in the Union Leaguo a night
or two ago ex-Minister Young chatted
in an entertaining way on the political
"The Republican rank and file have
no favors to ask of their Democratic
critics, no crimes to condone, no secrete
to conceal," said he with a show of
spirit. "If any 'Republican leader' has
been tampering with crime the sooner
he is kicked out the better. If ho has
been in the Bardsley business may jus
tice speed him to Cherry .ill. Repub
lican leaders aro such because they have
been trusted. If they have betrayed
that trust then they owe the party, as
well as tho commonwealth, a terrible
reckoning. Wo have not nominated
General Gregg, Captain Morrison and
Mr. McCroary to lead any campaign of
'vindication.' Wo have nominated them
to carry out the policy of Mayor Stuart
and District Attorney Graham hon
esty must prevail in public stations and
mat tue gnuty must suuer.
"In the present temper of the Rcmrb-
lican party." he continued, "in a cam
paign with such leaders as Urogg, Mor
rison and McCreary tho rank nnd file
will not be satisfied until thov know all,
This business of 'money in politics' must
be rooted out. The fear that the strong
est social and political influences havo
been at work to stifle inquiry; to cover
the ugly spots wltu velvet: to save the
reputation of some niggardly banker
wno was wining to sinrt tne connnes ot
the penitentiary for 2 per cent, to
thwart inquiry and deaden justice, per
vades all circles. It is not pleasant. It
is not for the honor and peace of tho
state. It attaches to the governor him
self. People ask why did not Governor
Pattison, when he became oxecutive,
knowing ns a Philadelphia bank presi
dent an auout tne tveystoue uanit anu
Bardsley's relations with it, look into
A,.,. 1 I.. I 1 A,... LI
uiu uusiuess as requireu uy tue consti
tution? What influence held him back.
and kept him from acting until the
mayor led the way? Where has it be
gun? Where will it end
FALL ANn WIN
TK15 8TYLK8 OF
East Centre St., Shenandoah, Pa.
The finest and largest assortment
In Hats, llonnets and Caps at re
markably low prices. Our line of
Children's Till M MED AND UN
Cannot to E! cixi fvl 1 o cl .
BENJ. J. SMITH,
WALL PAPER BARGAINS !
Largest aud choapest stock In town.
Painting, Gra'ning and Decorating!
J. P. CARDEN,
lf2 Om 221 W. Centro St.. SHENANDOAH
Pure Ice Cream
BREAD AND CAKES.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Orders promptly attended to. I'artlcular at
tention paid to Halls, Picnics,
NOKTU MAIN BTKEET,
Near Corner of Lloyd, SHENANDOAH, PENNA
U. S. Gov't Rcpoit, Aug. 17, 1889,
Now put away lluon dusters, Btraw
hats and general summer gear.
Mothers, Be Patient.
Tho little ono sutler dreadfully when
Wild Oollc sfllicU them. They gen well
quickly when Dr. Hand's Colic Cure l
given to them. Free sample at J. M.
Udlan and 0. J. McCarthy's drug itore.
Tho small boy use-j the Saturday
now for chestnut hunting.
A National Event.
The holding of tho World's 1'nlr In a city
scarcely Hity j e ,r old will be a remarkable
event, but whether It will mnlly beneltt tins
nitlon us much as the discovery ol the
Itestnratlve Nervine by l)r l'lanklln M'leR Is
doubtful. This Is ust what ihn American
peoi le need to cure tlittr esotusive nervous
ness, dj-Kj.epsIa, heartache, (tlrsiuess, sleep
lessness, neuralgia, nervous deblllly, dullness,
confusion ol mind, eto. It act like a charm.
Trial bottles and flee book on "Nervous and
Heart DHeiaes," wllh unequal! d testimonials,
reealU II. Hagcubi-.clrB drugstore. It is
warranted to contain ?io opium, morjthineot
Counterfeit bitter almonds aro
latest triumph of adulteration.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pllle
Act on a new principle legnlatlng the
liver, stomach and bowels through the nerve
X new discovery. Dr. Miles' nils speedily
oute biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles,
oonstlpatlon. Unequaled lor men, women,
children, tjraallest, mlldeat, surest! SI doses,
tfcu. Sara .lee Kree, at C. II. llagenbueJi's
I rne; store.
It nays to advertise in the HtKALD
because everybody reads It.
Heart disease Is u ually suiiposcd 'o lie in
curable, bin whi-n properly treated alerge
nroponio'i 01 cases lanuionreo, iiiusoi-a.
felmlni Ilaloli, ol Klkhart. lnd., and Mrs.
Mary L. linker, ol Ovid, Mich., were cured
alter nifle Ing 20 ypsrs 8. O. I.lubui er,
drm;,ilsl at Hnu Jose, III., snys that Dr. Mile.,'
aew lie.irt uute, wnicn cureu ine uinner,
worketl wonders lor Ills wife." Levi i ogao,
of lluch iniiD, Mich., who had heart, d'si .ise
lor 30 venrH. Kava two turtles made htm "feel
like a new man." Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure
is sold uud guaranteed lyC. II Hagenbuch
the druggist. Hook of wouderlal leslimoiiir-ls
Ijook at your water spnuta now
fr,e freezing weather sets in.
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you heed the warning? The signal per
aaps of the Bure approach of that more ter
rible disease, Consumption. Aslt yourselves
If you can altord for the sako of saving B0
.-ents, to run the risk and do nothing for it,
We know from experience that Bhlloh's Curs
will Uuro your Cough. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million Hotlles
wero sold the past year. It relieves Croup
aud Whopping Conili at onoe. Mothers do
not be without it. For i.nme Hack, Hide or
(Jhest, use Bhlloh's Porous l'loster. Sold by
O. II. ilasonbuch, N. E. comer Main and
The potato bug and tho fire lly have
become bacK numuers.
H. II. nitt'ord. New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with Neuralgia and Ilhenm.itbm,
hi Htomach was disordered, his Diver was at
le:ted to aa alarming degrto. Appollte fell
He.iv. n nil lirt win terrlblv reduced In nosh
nod strength. Three bottles of Ulectrlo Illt-
ir eoreil him.
Ktwnrd Shenlierd. llarrisburg, ill . nan a
rn.iiihiiz sore on his loi of e gnt years' stnud
lug. UhoJ three bouiea nl Kleotrto IlbUM
and fovcu boxes of Huanlen's rnloa Halve,
nnd bin leer is sound and well. Jolm HneaKer.
OaWwba, O., bad Ave large Kovcr sores on his
leg, doctors said lie wns Incurable. One hot
tie Klecflo Hitters and one box lluckluu's
Arnica Halve cured him entirely. Boia uy
C. II. llagenbuo. , Druggist.
The rabbit can stand a lower degree
of temperature than auy other animal.
Father Pablo Juarez TalkB
linn Itimon Alva. Dear Sir: I havo tho
satisfaction of lnlormingyou that the Cactus
Ulcod euro, ot will 11 you are 1110 owner, u is
produoed ine most w ouderful results lor n
irlend or mlno who has sintered from her
petic eruption, nnd I consider your euro a
rrgeneraior wituoui, uucquai, 10 mo immo
of my Irlend I'thank j ou sluomly, and be
nuro I will reoommena your valuable meui
clue, ns I have ag tin seen Its results.
it v. pa'iu.o juauez.
Bold at Klilln's Drug rjtore.u'eriuson Houie
Public, nion should remember thnt
scrubbing alouo will not keep their
ShllolVs Consumption Cure.
This Is beyond question the most sao-
wwml Cough Medicine we have ever sold
1 tew doses lnvarlahlv euro the worst oases 01
xmgu, uroup, anu uroucuitis, wuue u won
lernt! succeaa In the cure of Consumption la
without a parallel In I Ho history of medicine.
4lnnA It.'R llrrftriinenverv It has been sold On a
rusrautoe, a test which no other medlelue
un aland. It von hive a (Vmiih we earnestly
isk you w try it. 1 no in ueiii., oy ueiikB, nut
I1.U). If your Langs are sore, Chest or Hack
rrioe lu oeuiv, ou oenia, uuu
J. 11. Hagenbuch, N. E, corner Main and
October Rives us variegated weather.
A rawir unfortunate in Milwaukee Is said to
liivn biiiwuhI hiinsalf to death. Alas 1 poor
creature, llvlug m the ligni or me niiieioeiuii
ceulury and never hoard of Dr. Hull's Cough
Wyiun. Well, tuts is more than Egyptian
Ono nound of coal coutalns colorlnp;
mattur enough to dye mora than 3,000
yaitls of cloth,
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing nnd will surely do
...... 4r ....11 h.van I'Jinall f-JlM fl. nnv
irUUOlO Willi 4 11IUUL, KUtOU Ul KllUftO,
iv'iiiu's New Dlsnovery lor Consumotloa,
1 ouglis and Colds Is guaranteed to give re
llef,.or money will be paid back, suirnrers
from r.n. Orlnne found It lust the thing and
under Its uso had a speidy and perfect ro.
covery. Try a minplo bottle at our osponBe
nnd learn for yourself lust how good a thing
It Is. Trial bottles free at C. II. Hugeubuoh's
drugstore, Large sue ouo. nnu ti.uu.
Tho pesky fly has gono to pastures
1 ... ,
It don't do to neglect nature's warning
aches through tho t-ystem, cause Hlieuma.
tism. Neuralgia and Uacttache. Try Red Flag
oil, tne ruinous ram uure. iucuuutuirvir
tin's drug store.
FOUND IN A T1IE1'.
How r LougOIUslug Ulan Came to Hit
Hambuho, Conn., Oct. 10. William
Hart and George Hunt, two young men,
while hunting In Otter Swamp made a
ghastly mid that solves the mystery sur
rounding the disappearance of Myron
Nolan of this place 1!I months ago. A
year ago In September Nolan went Into
the woods for the purpose of gathering
hazel nuts, and from that time until
yesterday nothing was seen or heard ol
him. For several days searching par'
ties scoured the woods where he was
supposed to be, but no trace of him
could be found, and public opinion was
about orcnly divided ns to whether ho
hnd killed himself or deserted his family.
Otter Swamp Is a vast stretch of low
land that Is not very frequently visited,
and many portions ot It are not crossed
ns often as once a year. In the after
noon Hart and Hunt wero oalted Into a
dismal part of the swamp by the bark
ing of their dogs, whloh they supposed
to be on the trail of a mink. Wheu i
they oame upon the animals they wero I
at tho foot of a tall treo scratching at u
human skull. Tho hunters began to
search for the other parts of the skele
ton, but could not llml them. Leaning
against a rock near by they found a gun,
much rusted with rotten stook. There
were also remnants of a leather game
Whtlo searching about the treo one of
tho men looked up into the branches and
saw portions of a skeleton hanging from
between the trunk of the tree and a
large limb that grew up from it and
very closely to it, Among the rib bones
of tho skeleton squirrels had built a
nest. Hunt went up and dislodged the
skeleton, and with the gun nnd game
bag It was brought to town, where tho
two latter wero easily recognized as
How Nolan oame to his death there Is
no way of proving, but It is supposed
that he climbed the tree to examine a
squirrel's uet that he had shot Into, and
losing his foothold had fallen in such
a wny as to strike in the crotch of tho
treo, from which position he wu unable
to extricate himself, even If he had the
strength after falling. In this position
ho must have died from hunger and
thirst or possibly from his injuries.
Both charges had been fired from tho
gun and the caps on the tubes were ex
ploded. Slln MAY WKITK A HOOK.
Mia. rarnetl 1 11 tends, if Health Fermlls,
to Vlndlento Ifor Huabaiul.
LoNroN, Oct. 19. It Is said that Mrs.
Parnell, If she recovers her health, will
write a memoir of the great leader, to
relieve him from much of the blame cast
upon him 011 her account. There are
two sides to tne O'Sheadlvorco, of which
tho public has heard only one. I'arnell
would nevei condescend to defend him
self, especially after he was assailed by
Mr. Gladstono. Ho luild that tho Irish
people ought to havo seen that a dead
s.-t was made nt him because he was
England's most formidable antagonist.
but Mrs. I'arnell is dotorminod t lint tho
wholo truth shall coiuo out. It will
then bo seen that though Parnell was
not freo from guilt, ho was nothing
like so guilty ns tho world has been led
ttumors ot mis Kinu wero nuont, nuioro
tho trial; soma of Paruoll's friouds who
afterward dosortod him put implicit faith
Mrs. Parnell will novor play into tho
hands of her husband's ouomlos. She is
a woman of great obillty and determina
tion. Slio did her utmost to provide her
husband with a happy home during tho
last few harassed months of his life. Ho
lied to it as a rofugo from tho storm,
but nothing could restrain his eagerness
to set himself right with the Irish peo
ple. His wife's name was novor men
tioned, but his thoughts were never long
away from her. His only defence of his
conduct was that he had not noted
treacherously or broken up a home.
If Mrs. I'arnell carries out her present
purpose this position will be established
by tacts and documents whloh do not
admit of challenge or disproof.
Cumpolled to Apologize to l'owdorly.
Scbanton, Pa., Oct. 10. The Execu
tive Hoard of the Knights of Labor,
which has been sitting hero for the past
three days, has compelled District Mas
tor Workman 1). J. Campbell nnd Dr.
1 lugger ty to mvko public apologias to
Master Workman Powdorly. Campbell
nnd HaKgerty were the largest stock
holdors in tho "Times," which recently
assailed Mr. Powderly for acoeptlug tha
nomination for Constitutional Delogato.
Campbell anil Haggarty are out In cards
disclaiming any Intention to injure Mr.
rowuerly, nnd say they wore not re
sponsible for tho artlole.
Tool: Cnrholle Aeld by Mistake.
MonniSTOWx, N. J., Oct. 10. Kmmott
6. Miller, aged 80, n farmer living neat
rottersvllle, died Saturday night from
tho effects of carbolic acid taken by uiU
tako. He purchased the acid In tho vil
lage drug store after consulting a physi
cian. It Is believed ho misunderstood
the doctor's prescription.
ioo.ooo tnr it Horse.
New York, Oct. 19. At the sale ol
the stallions and yearlings belouging to
the Nu.sery stud of the late August
Belmont, the amount realined was $903,
,100. St. iihiise, son of Hermit, was sold
to Charles Reed ot Uallutiu, Teun., foi
$100, 000. One yearling sold for 130000,
while several comnmnded $10,0-10.
Pattbbson, N. J., Oot. 10. Three-
year-old Jane Smith, ot this plaoe, Is ac
object of wouder, A couple of days ago
a horse kicked her n the head, making
hole, from which the brain mattei
oozed lu considerable quant. ty. Never
thuloss, she .s tieitevwl to be reoovering.
William Lyon, sr., 00 ear old, n
prominent Alleghouey busimwa man,
committed suloldo yoiterday by shoot
ing himself in the head.
The Presbyterian Synod of Pennsylva
nia and West Virginia, In session at
Sorunlon, has passed resolutions against
opening the World's Fair on Sunday.
Frank P. Tjpton, proprietor of a joli
printing estirWIsliuiont at Altoona, whosi
muiilated bo ly vas found on tho rall
roa 1 near South Fork, is believed to havi
The Oliver & Huberts Company ol
Pitttburg, which suspended last week,
h.ts presented u statouiant to the credit
ors showing assots of $1,010,230 and lia
bilities of J1,(M7. 400. Tho stutcnisut Is
so satisfactory that an oxteusiou to the
ojmpany Is oonsiderod oertala.
To tyt thin ban a atrip of fothar In a bottle ol
Acroe UlAckiofC and leave It tlioro fnr a dnv ir
mouth Tako it out and dry and 01 amino ft ran fn tly.
Make a similar tost with Frunch Urmnng aad 1'oeto
Makes any kind of 1 wither
Waterproof, Soft and Durable.
Change a Pine Table to Walnut.
A Poplar Kitchen Press to Antique Oak.
A Cane Rocker to Mahogany.
Seewhat can be done yith 250. worth of
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia,
TOR SALE IK ALL ST0RIS.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR TO SARSAP;RILLA
Causes no eruptions
the akin such as nearly all
saisaparilla mixtures do; but
drives the impurities from tho
blood through the proper
channels, tones up the system,
increases appetite, and rapidly
cures dyspepsia, constipation,
liver and kidney troubles, and
all diseases depending upon
an impure condition d' tho
Sold at Klrlla'a Drug 8'ore,
Ferguson's Hotel Block. Shenaiuh.nh, Pa.
AkH my ngentH for W. I.. Iloimlns Shoes.
If not lor sale In youv itlnce usk lour
dealer In noiid for catalogue, eeuure the
agency, and get thrtii lor ymi.
OTTAKK SO SUnSTXTUTE. -HJ
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It U a p"am!i'-hlio w 1th i.o i uln ur . tltr- nl
to hurt Uiu fi'i't; iiwidu of the K-t m- ca". fcli-b
nnd ef, in bn'anne ire wake mar. n i of ti,i9
0 n t1i thananu otlur wanujat tutcr. It n,uu! liaud
it wed b1ioi8 coHtliirt frni 81oJti8''.i).
ffifS tMMJfiuiliH IlHiul-.vrd, ('"Mint tc t
vfmJ HtioiMVLT otTert'd for t inn. 1 A'cntll
uipornHi sikk'x v moil ni ikhu i.r-
CA 00 lliuitl-i vvrd Writ Imm-.
VTi 8tyitHi, t'uitiiort.init' nun uiuait
shoo cut oncU'ii nt this rh'v ; Knnif y
l1. qi CU
t'lin nimtu Hii.H't cortUii'i from to i? 1
C Q i0 Pollm Mhhm Farmers. Lulr it V u
(jluii nnd l,ttttr('ni-rltM-sull wt'urtli n. un If,
Beuiuli.'tiH, bnmoth tr Mi1, ht'iivy thr. ' t l i, xT a-
filou edrff. one pair will iurayr.ir.
t&t 50 Hiu- rulfi n Uttiphw r ,T r l"t
nPdLm thU prk'; iut trlut will cuimui II j
win) wantaBlHMi fnr comfort nnd son l
ffiO -'S ""'I Vnrkliiuiiiiiiiri f tv 3
1pm aro very utrnun nnd durutilf. ill--' ut,D
I)'ii) Klven tlu'in n trhil will we.ir no oilu r ri il' .
Due' J'e.OO uud Btlin.i -.o.h aro
Dvj worn Ijy ihi' )nL'tT h' r. . vb II
on their merltR, nn tin IncrciwiUB wlv rLvt
Mrt.iM. iiitiwl.Miid eh I. t
Llv9lCiO I)nnnlu, ver Btyllsh, -MuaHl'r q
lniportod ahoL'neiatliiKrrrt' 8- to $
I .ml l oh' :..- wj.uti aim mhu ur
MisstaretUotjerittluoUongotiu .stliib.ii 1 .urablr.
riuitlon.-St'o that W. L. DoiiBlnV u n.jo and
nrlco are stampod on tbe bottom of u''h sh
Toeo2ola 33 jail,
DO YOU WANT
A GOOD FIT ?
and well niado, fa-hlonable clothes?
If so, call on
W. J JACOBS,
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 South Jardiu Street, Shenandoah.
Call and sec samples of the lalest goods nud
the siyles. Good workmanship, promptness
aLd fair prices.
tiio only 4U-nuioP l"1 Sl tkm
HiMcHUl.ttnth''"'" ' - u
febiB u our- Blood Poison.
Nervous Debility . 1 8pi-
olnl Diseases i""
Skin liUtux, R-4 Spinr-tlm in th
M.-hi, I'lmfl.-. lia.ii n- ( ' Ot
hiHtniiuttlorii ftn i
ki i l.tiiy
K1 i tn4
Imm. IhI Duurv. huK nanul inklttv
Hlbllir inMMU ftCl avll IHMMN FPnilUI H ' - "
In li r. linn or Or rwor. Reotnl Mfi oun I In 4 ' 5 "
rtfitf i ono Do not ! ho, no m
llsln! Dwtor Qu. Paailr or Huapltal Vb in n t t tl
Pr. THKKL cure positively in ' i""' 1 ' J
MAttHitm rlctt or poor, mm m "".
"TRUTH'1 ipotn Quwki r r- i int.
Et'm lo W. fundt ft llll It. Writ or e mu w M
tM BMirtMt mm Wda. M tUturdfty ntUa. dUlj Tuse
A FINE SHOW
If you waut to sea a flue display of 11 lots and
Shoes, go to
W. S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Mosteller's old stand,)
Corner coal and jnrcllii HIh.
Custom Work ami Repairing
Done In the best ttylo.
m l L
III I I I -.nyuLpM
WHY IS THE
W. L DOUGLAS