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Presents tn the most elegant fotra
THE LAXATIVE ANO NUTniTIOU8 JUICE
FIG8 OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming' an agreeable
md ellective 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 kriiJwn to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
PURE DLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH nnd STRENGTH
Every one is using It and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUOOIST FOR
MANUFACTURED ONLY QY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FKANCISCO, CAL.
UWISVILIE. KY NEW YORK. N. T.
GOLD HEDAL, PARIS, 1S78.
W. Baker & Go.'s
from which tbo excess ol
oil has been removed, is
and it is Soluble.
aro used in its preparation. It lias
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is tlieroforo far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It ia delicious, nourishing,
Qtrengthcuing, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocors ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Nearly every pattern of a forsc
Blanket Is imitated in color and
style. In most cases the imitation
looks just as good as the genuine,
but it hasn't the ibar tircads, 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 , Horse Blankets
are copied is strong evidence
that they are THE STANDARD,
and every buyer should see that
the fyi trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
ARE THE STRONGEST.
100 6,'A STYLES
at prices to suit ever) body. If you can't get
them from your -dealer, write us. Ask fot
the Va Book. Yon can get it without charge.
WM. AYRES & SONS, Philadelphia.
Bank Counters, Tyler System, Port
ablo, Unoqualocl In Stylos,
...Cost nnd Finish.
1(0 Tag Ctklogii efcount.ri, Unli tit., lUutrstod la
Colon, Jloola, In r.ljo ISCtsta.
Also Tyler'a lloyai
Otllce Beske an(t Type
writer Cabinet!, MOO
Style. Best and eboap-
( out on onrth, with sreat
reuueuon U) prices.
ISO . Mlaloirii Em.
roLlara Is eta. Full II.m ef
Ilahka, Walr, Tasks, Ilouk
(sua, CaUnala, Lrttl IH.uk
Cablutti, ctr., alwsja In alack..
HutrLI work mads to ordnr.
rruat uesk co., nt. j.o.u., mo., v.s.a.
L'blebestct's Eaallali Diamond Hi-eatt,
Orlclncl and Only Gtnulna
sure, turui ram-io. LAii Mk
ltHXft for CKiet,tt. JiWn Dim-A
Wrti brmnJ la Ktl aitd e, fat meulUeN
bote, KsUlwltLs bluo rl'ihuD. TnLo
110 other. Befuti danjeroiu mbittttu
Utnsaad imitation. At lJfi 11 a. or maJIa.
la tavrijp fur pa.tif ul .n leitimonlnlj and
"lEt UiY fur Tm 1K," t Utter by pftara
f Mult 10.0UO jii 1101.1.' AaMiAipnv
Cbl. bitrr tUiauUa-U -',! nHtonHtmurq
Mil Uru?tlw "I '!i4-i !
rn teat a 1'osltlve Cure or tho ctTects of self-abuse,
Kwer. Impoteney, io. Bo ,Krat ls out faluj la
ani'lluch Valuable 1 nformaUon V It l:K. . ddrya,
U. SI. CO., B6 UrvailiWi Jluw VerU.
IB ill II I
HE IMITATED BRQDIE
Frank McCaroy Tried to Jump
from Brooklyn Bridge
STRUCK THE WATER LIKE A LOO
His Body Oarrid Off by the Tido, and
Has Not Beeu Reoovorod.
Uumlraits Raw tlia Act McCaroy nnd
Talked tho Matter Ovor Wltli Stove
Ilrodlp, nnd Hnil llfinn Laughed at
llnlf Intoxicated When lis Leaped
Other IlrldfXO-tYumpllllI Trncodlos,
New Yontt, Nov. 23. Francis Mo
Carey, a foolhardy follow who has boon
boasting about this city nnd Brooklyn
for several days that ho would soon
startle Now York and let nil tho people
know that ho was a man of nsrvo,
plunged off tho East lUvor Bride nt 2:30
yestordny and was drownod. Ho was
halt drunk when ho made tho leap.
Some time boforo eleotion MoCare y,
who had boon an iron moldor in the
Lowis & Fowler car shops on Walworth
street, Williamsburg, but who was dis
charged five woekB ngo for inebriety, road
that "Stove" Brodie had bet $3,000 on
the result of tho oloction. Ho asked
some of his friends how Brodlo accu
mulated so much money, and was in
formed that ho got his start by jumping
off tho bridge.
That set McCarey thinking. Ho mado
up his mind to win tamo nnd fortuna
by doing likewise. Ho oonfldoil his In
tentions to Mrs. McCuskio, with whom
ho boarded, nnd to l'etor Kelly, a sa
loonkeeper of Walworth street. Some
small bets were made ia Kelly's on tho
On Thursday last McCaroy went to
Brodle's place on tho Bowery and told
him that his titlo as ohnmplon would be
"I will jump off the brldgo myself,"
he said, "nud show tho world that lam
the jumper of America."
Thoro were fully 800 promonndors on
tho brldgo whoa McCaroy, with his hoad
baro, his coat and shoes off nnd tho fool
ish confidence of overwoontng bravado
evidont ia every movement, climbod la
boriously out from tho south side drlva
Into the main cable, nud with the part
ing exclamation, "Hero goosl" leapod
to death 150 foot bolow.
Tho falling body of tho unfortunate
man fell, tumbling over and ovor in its
descent, until with , a groat splash It
struck face downward the surface of tho
water and sank, leaving a smother of
crimson tlntod foam to mark the spot.
Once, and once only, did he rise, tho
limbs stiffly sprawled out and tho head
thrust downward and forward.
Then he sank, nnd tho crowds of
watchors on the bridge nud the search
ers who put but from tho shoro in row
boats saw no further traco of tho rook
less jumper, whoso death must novo boon
Instantaneous. Tho olrcumstanoos con
nected with tho case aro peculiar, and
would appear inoxpllcablo excopt upon
the basis of Insanity.
Sinco May, 1885, fivo men hnvo jumped
from tho bridge. Professor Odium, tho
first, Killed himself. Urodlo was tno
noxt. Aftor him was Larry Donovan.
A painter fell from tho brldgo, and was
injured so badly that ho died. A Gor
man namod Pouch jumped successfully,
and some time afterward shot hlmsolf.
A lovesick Staten Island youth got six
months for jumping, and McCarey lost
Count Tolstoi Saye Tlicro 1V1U be n rtevo
lutlon Ills UaUKlitora Oeneroslty.
BcnLiN, Nov. 23. Count Lyof Tolstoi,
tho great Russian social reformer, has
published an energetic domand that the
government declara without delay
whether tho stock of grain is sufQciont
to lust through uoxt summer. Count
Tolstoi udvocatos tho purchase of corn
in America In time to protect tho coun
try from famine nnd tho terrible social
disturbance that Is certain to attond
such a condition of affairs.
Tolstoi contends, from hla own personal
calculation, that tho stock of grain will
not be suluclont, and that the govern
ment reply guaranteeing onough to feed
tho people until tho noxt harvest, It
falsified, will lead to a revolution, ia
which Tolstoi says ho will nld.
Count Tolstoi's daughters, Lattono
and Marie, have oponoi a free refectory
for tho Inimue-strloiion near his chatoau,
All those persons who aro in dire necos-
slty here get u good meal, but thoy are
forbidden to tnko food away with them.
aicQlynnon tlio Xatest Ultimatum.
New York, Nov, 23. Cooper Union
was packed lust ovonlng with thoXi
Bands who hud assembled to hoar th e
reply of Dr. MoQlynn to, tho offer which
tho Propaganda at Homo, through
Archbishop Corrlgan, had mado him.
Doctor McOlyna affirmed ' his con
Bciontlous belief In his nutl-povorty doo
trines, and declared his intention to ad
here to thorn, if he Isrellovod from ox
communication and suspension, ho
will submit, to tho judgment of
Borne, but ho will not do so under any
othor elrcustancos. His romarks were
frequently interrupted by applause and
A lVoclnmutlon by Fonseoa.
Iiio Janeiro, Nov. 23. Prostdont Fon
seen has Issued u proclamation stating
that the eleotions for Congress will ba
held on February 5)9, and that Congress
will most on May 3, 1802. Ho also an
nounces that among the reforms which
ho desires to see adopts I is an amend
ment to the constitution establishing an
independent judlolnry, and safeguards
for the .'residents veto, as wen as b
limitation to tho powers of Congress,
and a reduction in tho numoor of ropre
, rrouilnont Mohnwk Valley Cltlton Don d
niimninra. N. Y-. Nov. 23. Hon
Joseph Spraker, n promlnont nnd
urnalrhv nltlznn nf tho Mohawk VlllleV.
died yistorday, aged 82. The decoasod
uthr vlnn.nnialilnnt. nf thn Natlonnl Mo-
hawk Hiver Bank, and a director of tho
National Sprukor - Bank, which ho
founded. One brother, ngod 03 years,
tho last of six, survives him.
Nuw Stoumshlp l.luo.
New Bedkoud, Mass., Nov. 23. A
now steamship line is to be placoJ tn
onoratiou between Now Xork and Ure
gon and Puget Bound to consist ot six
vessels. The contract for tho llrst of tho
vessels has already been awarded, and
five moro will bebulltas soon as possible.
flighest of all in Leavening Power.
TWO NEW STEAMERS.
Tho Stonington Lino Adda to
The building ot two new ateamrrs by the
l'rovldence A Htonlugton Steamship Com
pany, to run on their Stoulugton Line, Is an
event ol much Interest not only to tho travel-
eg public, tint to nil who are In any way In
terested In marine architecture, as these
simmers present many novelties in type nnd
plan, and are ths result of much thought de-
otcd to tho question ol the best type of ves
sel to run on great Inland bodies of water
such as Ixuib Island Bound.
Tho size of those steamers, the advantage ol
their plan and equipment, their arrange
ments lor speed, comfort and aafcty, the mag
nificcnceol their interior fittings and decora
tions, Will all combined make them the finest
vessels of their klud afloat.
Tho llrst of the0 vessels, the "Maine," wni
launched at Uarlau & Jlolllngsworth yard at
Wilmington, Delaware, on October 31st, and
tho secoud, tho "New Hampshire," will bo
lauuchi d In about three weeks.
The design of theo steamer, though mod
eled somewhat on tho plan ol tho new pro
pellers now running on tho 1'ototnao Itlver,
Is lurely tho work of Mr. J. W. Miller, tho
President of the Providence & Btonlngtou
Htenuisntp Company, and thoy have been
built under tho Immodlate supervision of
Mr, H. J. Cluriie, tho Haierlutendcnt of the
To begin with, these boats are steel pro
pellers, In Itself n great innovation on Long
Irland ound, where the side wheeler h-is
held sway so long,
Their general dimensions aro : length on
water line, 802 feel 7 Inches; length over all,
310 feet; beam molded on load water line, 41
feet; width over guards, 00 feet; drnrt, 12
Tho passenger gangway is well an, and
leads lo a social hall extending the width of
the vessol. On the forward side of this Is tho
grand fctatrway and to the rear of a ladlcV
Tho grand stairway leuds to tho main sa
loon, which Is a magnificent apartment 243
lect long In the clear, and will bo decorated In
White and gold with beveled plate glass
mhrors.eto. Tho front of this saloon will bo
occupied by large parlor storeroouiB nncly
furnished with brass bedslc.ids, and tbo occu
punts of these rooms will havo a line outlook-
Above this and reached by a stairway from
ho lorwaid saloon will be a gallery deck'
The front of this houso is on a circle which
will be mado Into an observation room with
nearly the entire front ol glass. Blldlug doors
shut it oil from the dining room, which Is
reached by a passage between slatcrooms.lwo
on a side. The location of tho dining saloon
ou this deck Is a unique idea which cannot
fall to bo popular, especially on -warm sum
mer days, When tho dining rooms on tho
lower deelr, which Is whero It Is located on al
most nil sound bouts except those of the
l'rovldencoiSStoulngton Lines, become ex.
tremely hot aud ktutry. TI16 pantry, kitchen,
oarber shops, smoking room, etc,, will also all
be on this deck. Over tho gallery Is tho pilot
house, which will contain all tho latest appll
ances for tato navigation.
Two handsome domes light the main saloon
Thorolsnn annunciator service from every
stateroom, and a special service between tho
Thesteatn heating service is connected with
both the main and tho donkey boilers. The
falnon will bo heated by radiators and tho
staterooms by continuous plpo-'. All the
plumblbg will be tlrtt class. Tho steamers
will be llgbled by electricity, about 000 lights
being Installed on each vessel, side and siern
llghis being also electric and a search light
will bomounted upon tho pilot house. The
main engine of tnoso steamers will bo an In
vented, direct acting, surface condensing,
triple expansion engine wnh four cylinders
28, 15, $1 nud 51 Inches diameter, with 12-luch
slrofco. The propeller Is of cast Irou, left
handed, fourbladed, and 13ifoet In diameter.
Four Scotch type boilers will be Installed In
each vessel. Tbeso will be 13 feet 0 inches in
diameter and 11 feet 0 Inches long, nnd will bo
mado of steelliavlug a tousllo strength of
00,000 pounds to tho square Inch. Kach boiler
has Ihree corrugated furnaces 48 Inches out-
sldo diameter, comprlilng 271 square leetol
The boilers will bo worked at a procure oi
ICQ pounds to thosquaro Inch.
Ulowentwlthaciipuoltyor 20,000 oublo feet
of air will be put In, ind the fire room will bo
arranged for forced draft. This will bo another
novelty on Loug Island Sound, It Is not
dclinliely decided that forced dralt will be
used, but tbo blowing platlorm will be In
mailed and tho fcystem used If it is found ad
Tho steering gear will he tho Williamson
combines hand and sieam gar.
There will be seven watertight oomparb
menu In each vtssul, Insuring yorffct safely
tn onse ot accident.
The steamers will carry besides Iho full
complement Df llfo infls, tmam, elc.
These line vessels will bo llntsued next May,
and will take their places on the Htonlugton
Line nt the openlug 4 the next summer sou-
Florida oranges aro coming.
ltd Ooids,OiKiihs,SsTboat.CroapjBi Ineais,
Whooping Cough. IJronehltis sn4 Asthma, i. tarts
t lor Consumption la fiit tug, sod a aura r uvr la
advanetd stages. Uit st ooaa. xoa will sss the si
saUent sffsot aftsr Uklnr th trst dose, ail ;
(aslan ntnwhsia, La i, IxlBaa, N saow U4 IM0,
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
A Mad Dog luN'owurk, .'. J., Makes AVorh
Tor Pasteur's Institute
Newauk, N. J., Nov. 2a Thlrtoon
men, women nnd children ward bltton
by the big Newfoundland dflg whloh
ran wildly through tho oastorn sootlon
of this olty for two hours Saturday oven
ing. Tho animal, which no ouo seems to
own, was finally stonod to death, and
tho wounds of alt Its victims were cau
terized by druggists and physicians.
I). While most of thorn are only slightly
hurt, ono, Mrs. Llpleln of Bowery struct,
had her clothos nearly torn oil aud her
thigh badly lacerated by tho bruto'a
Sho was ntteudod by a physician, and
nil day yesterday had a high fever.
Tho advislbllity of sending hor to tho
rnstour Instituto in this city was dis
cussed, nnd it was decided to wait until
to-day for fnrthor developments.
Tho do? was first seen In Bowo ry
stroot, running along and snapping nt
overything in its path. Thoro wero
many people in tho thoroughfuro, but
they broke and raa in ovory dlroctlon
when tho animal approached,
It first bit Michael O' Urlon, nu old
man living iu Polk stroot, in the thigh,
aud whon sh iken off run to MIohnol
.Brown.of Oxford street aud laceratod
By this tlmo tho crowd wns chasing
tho evidently rabid animal and ondoav
oring to kill it. By doubling nnd run
ning through side streets it oscaped un
til at Madison and l orry streots a brick
hurlod from the crowd laid it low. Thou
It was stonod and cluhbod to death by
tho oxcited crowd.
Serve Your Baby a Good Turn
By sending to J. M. Hillan or O. J. Mc
Carthy, tho druggist'!, for a froo samplo
botllo of Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. It
instantly cures colic pains and la free- from
Thursday will be ThnnkHKivluB day
uuu not long niter unriaiiniia.
A Husband's Mistake. .
HUftbands too oaen permit wlvos. and war-
.uki knell ;ijiiuit,i, ,u miner uoiuuriiuiiuii:,
dizziness, neuralgia, sleeplessness, fit, ner
vousness, wnen oy me use 01 jjr.- fines'
itcstoratlve Nervlue sucb serious results
could easily bo prevented Druzelsts every
where say lLeives univert-nt satisiacuon. ana
has at lmmeuse sale. Wood worth Co., ol
r on. w ay ne, inu.; wnow oz uo or wyracuse,
N. Y.: J. U. Wolf. Hillsdale. Mich.: and lmu.
d-edsot others say "It is the greatest selicr
IhflV flvpr lrnw' Tt. (-ntttnlMB nn nnl.lifl
Trial bottles and fine book on Nervous
Diseases, rreo at u, u. iiagenuucu s.
Thn TlinnkflD-lvinc cmrmnn nhnnlrl
uo written witua tiirKey quill pen.
Mlloa' Norvo and Llvor Pills
Act on a new nrlnclnls recrulatlna' thn
iivtM-, hujuiacu uuu puweis mroHan- tne nerves
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily
cute biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, pile,
constipation, uneottaled for men. women.
chlldron. Smallest, mlldct,surestl Sidoaes,
25ct. Samples free, nt O. II. Ilagenbuch'a
A few more blows and all tho leave s
will be gone from tho trees.
The Soorot of Sucoesa.
C. 11. Hagenbuob, the dniijjM, believes Uial
the secret of suacess Is persHVertiiioo. There
fore ho persists In keeping the finest hue of
neriumeries. toilet, ariioies. cosmetics, arum
and chemicals on the market. IleesbeolaUv
invite all persons who have palpitation,
short breath) weak or hungry r pells, pain In
side or shoulder, oppression, nightmare, dry
01 ugh, smothering, dropsy or heart disease
10 try i)r. .Miles unequaieu isow iieart uure,
ooiore it is too late, eras me largest saie 01
anv similar remedv. Kino book oftestlmo
nliils free. Dr. Miles' liestoratlvo Nervlue Is
unsurpassed for sleeplessness, neadacho, flts,
etc., unu 11 contains uo opiates
Some men con keep drunk when
iney can't Keep anytmng eiso.
Oh, What a Cough.
Will yon heed tho warning? The signal per
mips of the sure approach of that more ter
rible disease. Consumption. Ask yourselves
if yon can afford for the sake of saving W
cents, to run the risk and do nothing for It.
We know from experience that Million's Cure
will Cure your Cough. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million llotlles
were Mild tho past year. It relieves Croup
and Whopping Cough nt once. Mothers do
not be without it. For Lame Back, Side or
Chest, useHUtlph's Porous Plaster. Sold by
0. II. Ilattonb-chj N. E. corner Main and
Tho campaign of tho huuter Is
tiiinuing out me game.
Shiloh's Consumption Cure.
This la beyond question the most sno
uossini uwku .iieu 101 ne we nave ever sola
4 lew doses Itrariabrv oure tile wont mum o
dough, Oroup. and JBrouohiUs, while its won.
term1, suoocesj In the oure of Consumption la
.vlthout a parallel In the history of medicine,
since It's llrst dlMavery it has been sold on a
guarantee, a teat which no other medicine
ean stand. Ir you lutve a (lough we earnestly
ask yon tn try It. Price 10 cents. SO cents, and
(1.00. If your Lungs are sore. Chest or Hack
tamo, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Hold b
0, H. Hagenbuch, N, E. corner Main and
Charcoal mnkeg the beat kind of a
Are to broil with.
The Dootor and Postmaster
were talking about a ease of serlouB Illness
due to a neglected oold and rapidly golnrluto
ooneuuipuon wniou was promptly oureu oy
Pau-Tlna Cough and Consumption Cure.
iriui uoities tree at iiiruu s urug store.
Tlio banc of the hunter's eun still
reveiberates through tho rural diu-
A Parish Priest's Certificate Oar
tilled to by tho Arohbishop
I, parooMal prlestand eoclehlastlcal Judge of
iweiaya, maieui uuausjuaio. Hereby ceri IV
that I know sever.il ne ple who have beiMt
i-uredhy the Cart us lltood Cure. It radically
and udectuully dispels all Impurities 01 the
blood. FKNi (lM ruNii'llta..
Tho above slsnaturets tli.it wluen he uses
in an nis nusiiicks, oiuct div and otherwise,
ana no is an out pupil or mtuo
t P, AnAreliuMliop of Mexico.
Bold at ICtrlln's Drug Store, Ferguson House
iV CI030 Contest . Betwcon
Messi-s. Mills nnd Crisp,
NEW YORK VOTBS MAY DECIDE! IT
What Springer, MoMillao, ot al. Depend
Upon to Give Them a Ohanoe.
They Would Like to Soo a Prolonged
Fight llotweon tho Lenders Farmers'
AUInnco Men Will I'robubly Support
Colonel Ltvlngstnuo Mr. Springer and
tho Ohloiins The Coutost lor Clerk of
Wasiunqton-, Nov. 28. Within tho
past two days an lmprosston has arisen
that Now York votes will settlo the
Speakership contest, and the trips ot
Mossrs. Mills, Crisp and Springer to tho
metropolis hnvo done much to strengthen
this impression. Whether it is true or
not that tho delegates from New York
will voto as n unit, the fact that tlio
voto ot ono State is likely to dotermlno
tho lssuo shows how closo nnu uncertain
tho light is at present.
iho friends of Air. Mills maintain
their confidence, snylng that in any
event he will securo enough ot tho un
pledged votos to glvo him tho nomina
tion in caucus.
Thero is no doubt thnt the chances of
Springer. McMillan. Hatch and llynum
depend largely upon a prolongod contest
between Mills and (Jrlsp. Uf the VJQ
votes that will bo cast in tho caucus on
tno first ballot, in tho neighborhood ot
150 will bo cast for Mr. Mills or Mr.
Crisp. Honco, if a nomination Is mado
on tho second or third ballot, those
minor candidates will have llttlo oppor
tunity to form combinations.
Thoy aro, thoroforu, uucournglng ns
much as possiblo a protractod contest
botweon tho two loaders. If this bitter
ness can bo fostorod, and It has already
been partially developed. It Is possiblo
that neither of tho two leaders men
tioned will soouro tho caucus nomina
tion. However, certain pooplo who aro on
tho right sldo of tho ropes and know
exactly how tho fighting is being dono,
aro pinning their faith to Crisp, ono of
thoso saying this morning : "Crisp will
bo Spoakor. Writo that down aud lot
Thero seems to bo soma misunder
standing about tho Ohio dolegntlou.
Tho frlonds of Mr. Mills nnd Mr. (Jrlsp
both claim ten votos In that btato.
which has only fourtoon altogether la
tho Domocrntlo caucus. Mr. bprlugor,
it is stated, has In his pockot lottors
from two of thoso nssuriug him of their
support, which shows that thoro is a
Mr. Springer hn3 always boon
cspoclnlly friendly to tho Ohio Demo
crats, nnd ho thinks thnt this will bu re
ciprocated when tho brook comes In tho
caucus. Ho was chairman ot tho com
mittee sent to Cincinnati iu lbS3 to in
vestigate tho nllogod lrrogularitlos ot
United atatos Marshal Lot Wright in
tho October election, prior to tho Presi
dential eloctlon in that year, nnd when
ever tho subject hns boon brought up on
tuo lioor of tbo Houso la hot political
debates Mr. Sprlngor has always do-
fended tho Cincin'inti and Uhlo Dem
ocracy. Tbo report from Indianapolis that tho
Farmers' Alliance Congressmen will
flock by thomsolve has not produced
any startling affect upon tho candidates
already in tho Held. This fnct has boon
foreshndowod by recont utternucos of
President Polk and Jerry Simpson, nnd
henco its olloct baa boon largely dls
Noithor Mr. Mills nor Mr. Crisp nro
liahlo to suitor thoroby, It having boon
conceded thnt It tho Alliance members
supported any straight Democrat It
would bo Mr. Hatch, of Missouri, lim
ing declared that thoy will support ono
of their numbor, it Is probable that that
Individual will bo uoionoi Livingstone,
There nro only tour Alliance members
credited in tho unofficial Hat, although
thoro aro some 40 members who hnvo
boon elected through Alllaucu influoncos.
From 12 to 20 of thoso nro oxpected to
follow the Alliance leaders rather than
participate in tho Democratic caucus.
but no advantngo will be gainod by
them iu that way.
Next to tho Speakership the warmest
contest has heretofore boou ovor tho
Clerkship of tho Houso. This contest
has been considerably simplified by the
Governor of Maryland appointing ex-
Congrossinnu Gibson to auoceed to the
vacancy caused by tho death ot tho lata
Senator Wilson of that utnto.
Mr. Gibson has boon one ot tin promt
nont candidates tor tho clorkshlp and
divided With John U. (Jlnrkof Missouri,
a largo proportion of tho Southern voto.
Mr. aibson having notified tho Gover
nor of Maryland that ho will accept the
appointment, is therefore voluntarily
retired from tho raoo. Although his
Senatorial term may not be a long one,
it has some advantages oounected with
it. He will receive tho salary for the
full tlmo oinnsinu Bluoa tho death ot
Senator Wilson, whloh. ooourrod uoarly
a year ago.
Kuitliin-l'runco Treaty Again.
Brussels, Nov. 28. The "Independ
once Beige" publishes n Btatemout to
the effect that lie uiers, ue irreyoinot
aud ltlbot, at their meeting in the Htu-
slan Embassy at l'arla ou Saturday,
discussed the terms ol the execution of
n treatv between Itussla and Frauce,
The "Independence" olairan to apeak
upon the highest authority, and, as IU
Parisian corrospouuepoa is uauauy ac
curate, the tntement Is sake- m a con
firmation ot the reports already current
la Paris. The treaty, it 1 said, will
especially cover the co-operation ot the
French aud rtussiau iiJi in mo steal
terranauu in the event ot war.
Governor llwey lletlor.
iMDiAXAl'ous. Ind., Nov. 28. Gov,
Hovay'a condition U slightly improved
to-day, ami 111 rienus now nave soino
hone of his ultimate rooovery. Ha took
some uourlslimeut yesterday and it was
properly digested. Ills extremities are
still cold except when warmed up by ar
tificial means, nnd periods ot violent
couahlng. which aro quite frequent, are
always followed by prostration nnd
faint action of tho heart.
Mint Himself While Practicing,
TiAjrcAhTho. Pa.. Nov. 28. Joh 1 Bow
man, ngod 12 yonrs, acoldent -Uy shot
biresolf IU tno sunomen yesior jay an
noon, inflicting a fatal wound, Bow
man, with a numbor of othor boys,
wero shooting at a mark with a revolver.
We use flippy
pure alcohol to make Wotrr'n Acme
BLACKt.VO. Alcohol is good for leather j
it it good for the skin. Alcohol Ulhe chief
ingredient of Cologne, Florida Water, and
Bay Hum the well known face washes.
We think there in nothing too costly touso
in a good leather preservative,
Acmo Blacking retails at 20c.
and at that price sells readily. Many
lieonloare o accustomed tn hit vine a liran.
ing or blacking nt Be. nnd 10c. a liottla
that they cannot understand that a hlack
Ingcan bo cheap at 20c. We want to meet
them with cheapness if we can, and to ac
complish this wo oiler a reward of
for a recipe which will enable us to make
Wolff's Acme Blackino at such n price
that n retailer can profitably sell it at 10c. a
bottle. Wo hold this oiler open until
Jan. 1st, 1S03.
WOLS'i' & BANDOLPH, Fhlladolphia.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR 10 SARSf ilU
Purifies the blood by ex
pelling the impurities through
tho proper channel and never
causes eruptions on tho skin.
llcgulatos the bowels. Curos
lyspepsia, liver and kidney
troubles, tones up tho system
md gives you an appetite,
Never fails to cure any con
dition produced by impure or
impoverished blood, or a dis
ordered state of stomach, liver
Sold at Ktrlln's Drug Store,
Ferguson's Hotel Ji7oc&, Shenandoah, Pa.
Ask 111V mzctllM far V. I.. llniiclna Shoea-
fr lint flip Rflln In mill- njtii-f, Hull mil.
ilenlel- 10 pnd for cntnlnctir, aecure the
incur)-, niut i:ct them lor nu.
tP-TAiA.; so SU115T1TUTI2. -CS
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It lHasfaiiileflssUoe, with no tacks or xrttx threat I
to hurt tho fueti made of the best lino catf, Btjlfstf
anil easy, ami btoauae in make mora $hoea qf this
grade than any other manufacturer. It equals haml
sewL'.i Bhot'H costing frmu C4.n0 to g'i.OO.
U t-L wu iL'iu.iuo iiaiui-rHute.t. uionnetcair
H'Ja shoo ever offered fur $5.ut; equals Fruncti
1 in ported -..iocs which cunt from $S,tMto $12 uj.
4 mi iiiiiiuv'ii wt'ic riioe( nne cair.
Btllltll. Co m fort ul lie. nml dura hi n. Tho h ,C
shoe oer oiTereti nt thin price j mnxe HTudo as cus
lum-iiiutii' bium'b iiminiK i nun tn.uu w sf'.FJAl.
.flSO oO I'ollen Hliuct larmeis, liallroatl Men
wJm ami LetterCnrrlersnll wanrthann (lnoculf
Bamlt-Bu, Biuooth ImbMu. heavy threo aolci, exteu
Blon eilurn, Ono pulr will wear a year.
- this prlcu; ouo trial will convince those
ho wunt a Bhoo for comfort tuitl nervloo.
Zvi) mm 94tl(i nnrkuiiiimirN snoca
nro Vrrv Rlroiiir niwl hirnltli Tltnia whrt
ha a glvon the m a trial will wear no other mako.
EZauoI 9u(i nmi i9i.7 bcnooi BQoea aru
DU V B worn hvtlio hovnvnrvu hnrni thuviti-ll
on their merit a, nn tho luc reusing Hales show.
k.fl I J3kCC if ii ini-OHfti sfloe, imv
kuvl ICS Douuolu. vervrttvIlHti: enualaPreucli
Import etl shoes coathig from UN) to $ti4J(l
l.mlU'H' J,ao, 9-aS.nil mid $1.75 boe for
Misses are the best line Uonyola. StjTlsh ami durable.
'iiulloii. Seo that V. L. lioualas' name and
price are stamped ou the bottom of each shoe.
. l. uuuuus, urecKiou, moss.
Kilft North Fourth St.,
Duo btl urwu. PmtiPBtriuA,
tbi only mta-iot Ovrioao AucriCaUk
Hpe-UU. in the t'nllM 8UWS U
able to ouru BlOOd POl80nv
Nervous Debility ""t 8pk
BkiD DisKMbtt, RedSi'OWl'alai la Oi
tKuun, soreThro.it & Mouth,
PVatctit' Ptaipttw, Eruption., in or
bard t'loeri, BtUUi, Itritatlona,
IaflammatlooB aud HanDtot,
Htrloluiii, WmknrM and
dma tfttt rntmorjr, weak bai-k mioUl anilctv. Hdoey d
Blffl.W DlaMt and all DlaaM rawililiilt from -tr1"'
hi itMrtttou or OTtrwork. Rmul wrt lo u
rtttier at one. Do not Iom hop, no raaltrr what jAwr
UrtDf Doctor, Quack, Family or llntplial Fhjriolan hu fHr.
Dr. THfiRL onrai poltlvnlV "hhout dFlwUea (Yow
toalataM. oto, Top, HrbtiLi tun r THni rom if itip
raaai.oa. Hnh or poor. at-nJ 1c tump tor bOClC
'TRUTH Pin QvX worn taanDUla.
H "a" Aillr from 9 w I Kt'k- to . Wd. and BaU
X?' S lo 10. fiaadaF II till II. Vrftp or caU Md bt
Fat KatwcaoM a Wndu. "d Baturdaj PUla. Oall7 TUo
A FINE SHOW
If you waut to nee a lino display of Hoot and
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(MasWIlar's old stand,)
Cortutr coal MHd Jurrtln fUa.
Cusjtoiu Work autl XepRlrinKT
Done In the best sty Is.
Vin tiMnhled Uh e pm annorlim JiTsraJartt
gt.iutlrfoaowluuri aobiot xa'rur.., or lMtsMVin
ui jtional Wuk;;. - pt-c.'l.i to their tar, ti
Une Dft, D'JOMOINS' 0ltrateci
'WALE RfQULATINQ PILLS.
I njr ura K( nnKtr mi I m' i s ntit 'ir , rt
i vlui r atnt t?i tut- ' ft i . ' ! Ti in . i mi or I
I Kills'!. i t il ' ; ' f ' - ,
r. Hartt-r ui. .r ( jUih. ft 't
R. BRIC'KKH id, l.,
P YMUA WANDS VRQEON,
Mo: a vit ,!ra Htresti Uauanoy City, V
W L, DOUGLAS