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Presents In the most elagant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICP
FIG3 OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to, be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
fllLlV VU1U 1IU' Ji.os,.-
nation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER filID BOWELS.
It ii the most IxceUant remedy known o
iLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is liilious, or Constipated
PURE. DLOOD, REFRC3HlNP.8l.EEP,
HEALTH and 8TRENQTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR ORUOO'ST FOR
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
IDUISVIUE. KY NEW YORK. lV. V.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1873.
W. Baker & Co.'s
from which tho excess ot
oil lias been remove J, U
I Absolutely Pure
nro used in its preparation, It- Jias.
more than three titejf, fhe, pftfngth ,pf
Cocoa mixed with f?tarch, Arrowroot .
or Sugar, and is th;r,cf pro ar, mor,o,
economical, costing lap picnpne ce-it
cup. It is dehciousnqprishing,
strengthening, EASILY Dl,qTj5D,.
and admirably adapted for. Invalids
as well as for persons in, health..
Sold by.Crocors oyorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Nearly every pattern pf sa Horst
Blanket i? jrnitated in colqr and
style. Inmost pases the imitation
looks just as gopd.asjthe genufne,
but it uisii't tie zviirf tlireads, and
so. lacks strength, and jvhile it sells
for.only a little less than the genu
ine it isnHHTjrth one-half as much.
The fact that ?A Horse Blankets
are copied is strong evidence
that they are THE STANDARD,
and every buyer should see that
the 5A trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
I no Five Mile
ARE THE STRONGEST.
100 5.A STYLES
at prices to suit everybody. If you can't get
them from your dealer, write us. Ask for
ItheSil Book. You can p;'t it without charge.
WM. AYRES & SONS, Philadelphia.
Bank Counters, Tyler System, Port
ablp, Unoqualod In Stylos,
Cost and Finish.
lSOragftCiUloitutf orCountrn, Dttki etc., UlntlnUd la
Colon. Boost, fm roiUf IfiCcaU.
Also Tyler's jiofbi
Omce lleska snd Type
Writer t'uuliieli, JCO
Hlvles. llufat end chean-
I est on earth, srtth great
reaucunu in prices.
MO p.ite eeLltsruo Fre.
rotlag-t ID t-la. 1Im,i ot
He..., Clislra, Tolil. Hook
C..., Cftblort.. lssl lllouk
(oblNpl ttr,, slwsj.la .lock.
HiipfUl work mtdo ta order.
TYLllll llESIt CO., St. Louis, Mo., U.S. A.
L'tilrhe.tfr's KmlUh Illueond IlrnnoL
Oll''alentl w.ajf Cf-nuine. f
kr& uiu. r Hkii'.' is n,9 sek eL
llru'CUt I'jr fAl.fcr.KTf J.'n'iilS
,MOJ Braivt In Itfd uA I Urn IslUoVVV
ItMtxo, S'ftleu wh Liu rlMwu 'isles &
n.atli.r. Ktfuu dj - ou. .sbalMu V
ftora an4 Imrtaltoii J A irsIS'a.raeill4e,
In cnm.'S lr j.aitl ir I. .tlnutalai. U'4
'ltll( r for Ldi-lli a.H mMtnr. br rotors
r BIolL lo.OO f -I n iX .Varna Jtr.
AK Urut- I.I.. 'loJu. !.
To "est a resltlTg. Our. for th. "7,'",Sf1f"'l
our SliorUle we wUlrsna ono iniiai
aLBditucll Vftluablo Information KJtKI.
TT U. JU.0.s SBUlroadwejr,
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FIGHT FOR- SPEAKER
Cundiilaloa Gotting Ready For
tlio Caucus Coiitcst.
PEW MEMBERS ON THE SCENE.
Mr. McMillan OonfMent, and Danies That
lie Contemplates Withdrawing.
The Time rnrtlin Cancun Nut Yet Fixed
A Desire to Make the Contest Amia
ble ha I'onslblo Hie 1'rtends at Mr,
3II1I .lubllnnt-The Question of 'presi
dential Preferences Not tD Come tip.
Washington, Nov. 27. The Demo
cratic candidates (or tlio Speakership oC
the House were bus; yesterday holding
conferences with their friends and Ret
ting ready for the cauo us contest. Mr.
Mills and his friends nro, lp a pleasant
mood over Mr, Carlisle's letter vouching
for Mr. Mills' moderation ot temper,
while the. other candidates are not dis
posed to attach much importance to It,
at least as to the influence upon their
Very few members have as yet reached
tho city, and those who are here are
chiefly those who aro the earnest advo
cates .of one or the other ot the candi
dates. Tho doubtful men do not seem
In any hurry to appear on tho scene, anal
until somoot them come there can not
bo any material change In the situation.
Mr. McMillan said this mornltg that
there was absolutely no foundation for a
stntement that he intendod to withdraw.
Ho said that he might get whipped,
though ho did not expoct to, but that he
would never run away, and there was
certainly nothing in tho situation to
make him approach tho light timidly.
His friends speak with the greatest con
fidence. Each of tho candldutos are receiving
many callers, the supporters of one
candidate calling on hU rival, and thero
Is an evident purpose to make tho con
test as amiable ns possible
The time for holding the caucus has
not yet beon fixed, but It will be held
vary soon. A report Is out that as soon
as the. caucus is' calloil Mr. Bland will,
bsfore the nominations are made for
speaker, Introduce a resolution, and
do.mand. a vqte on It, making a declara
tion ot prinoiplos on tho stiver question.
There have been some efforts made to
drag in.. the question Of presidential
preferences, but jt. js. asserted that no
miin,who hns, an ambition to bo presi
dent wants his strength, to be toBted in
this uncertain manner.
Trout Fry Xteudj for Delivery.
NwYqkk, Nov, .-ST Application for
trput.fry jo, liq.dojlypred. -.frpin tho State
hatcheries next srjj-jng, are. already coin
Ingln. ApnllcatlQp blanks can be ob-
. .. I 1 I... 1 1 1 l.-.l . 1 T T" ., 1
clerjc of tho board, room CO, Fulton Mar-,
kot, Iiiink; Bulbllng", this city. The com
missloperg, havp' no5V,v,completed their
new,par for cnrrylng.ilshj.Lnd will next
yoarmake freadelvery,ot:fryat any sta
tiOn,,on ,hb OatarJo.& Western Itnllway
direct from Idie qar. The, car is completo
in all its appointments -for tho trans
portation ot fish, arid will carry at one
time GOO, 000 fry. This, will be a great
accommodation to the people interested
In stocking the streams, and will do
away with all tho expense they have
heretofore had to boar in going to tho
hatcheries for the fish, and also for the
transportation. Wo nro alvlsod that
the commissioners have arranged for a
largeoiitput of fry this year, and It Is
hopod that everybody interested will
send in their applications early.
IlufTalo's lllg Oral 11 Uleckicle.
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 27 Tho biggost
grain Heat over known to this port Is
here to-day and it Is iu tho worst block
aded condition ever known to Buffalo.
It is estimated, that tho grain afloat will
reach sovoral million bushels. There
are nearly 100 steamors In port and
nearly halt as many sail vessels. The
pressure brought to boar on tho Super
intendent ot l'ablio Works Wits so great
that ho has ordored Division Superin
tendent Chambers to keep the Erie
Canal open for navigation until Decem
ber 5, If weather permits.
Horrible Uniltll of a Teamster,
Hed Hank, N. J., Nov. 37. Goorgt
Chandler fell under the wheels of a
wagon yesterday while carting ndamunt
from Rod Bank to Oceanic and was in-
stanilv killed, his broast being terribly
crushed. Tho load lu the vehicle
woluhed over a ton and a half. Chand
ler wan 20 years old and unmarried. It
is said he was intoxicated at the time of
More of the Rearles Will,
Boston. Nov. 27. Tbo Searles will is
the subject of two more appeals from
the decision of the Judge. One is on
behalf of Annie O. Severence, of Los
Angeles,, Cal., and tho other by Lyman
Sherwood nud Delia Sherwood, of
southeast Now York,
The MonoiiEaltela Not to lleturn,
Newpout. R. I.. Nov. 27. The U. S.
S. Monongahola, which sailed last Juno
on a vear s cruise In foreign waters, nas
lieen ordered home, hut the order had
been revoked and the vessel will not re
turn until next summer.
A Federation of Trades hns been or
ganized in Sau Dlogo. Cal., which will
be afllliatod with the Federation ot
Labor on tho Pacific coast.
Tho labor organizations of Denver,
Col., are agitating to abolish tbe looal
Tinkerton police fo:o maintained by
the capitalists of that city.
The pressmen's strike at tho Werner
Works in Akron, O., bus been settled,
the company agreeing to advance wages
and employ fewer iipprentices.
The National organization of tho
Wagon, nnd Carriago , Makers will bo
represented at tho Birmingham Conven
tion of tho American Federation ot La
bor by Cornelius Kelly.
The Austrian government has given
orders to expel from. all. universities and
other public educational institutions
any students or teachers who attend, or
speak at, tlio inoetings of organized
The Knights of Labor of Indiana will
hold their annual convention nt Con-
nersvllle on Dec. 2, nud after the close
an olfouslvo and nnfeuslva alliance will
I be formed with agricultural and reform
highest of all' hi Leavemrig-I'owcr. IT. & Gov't Report; Aug.. ij,. 1889, "
Tho Oontury'a Programmo 1802
A New "Llfo of OOlumbus."
That great-American periodical, 27ie Cert-
tury, Is golngjo. outdo Its own unrivaled re
cord lb lt programme fori 1892, and as many
of Its new leitures begin with tho November
number, new raiders should commence with
thntlssui. lathis number are the opening
chapters ot "Nnttluhka,";a novel by Iludynrd
fClpllug, the author of ''Plain Tales from the
JIllls," written In colUboratlon with nn
American writer, Wolcott Ualestler. It Is the
slo-y of a young man and a young woman
Irom a "booming" Colorado town, who go to
India, he In s arch of a wondorlul Joweled
necklace, called "the Nnula'.tka" (from which
the Rtory takes Its name), and she as a physi
cian to women. Tlio novel describes lb lr
remarkable adventures at the court of an
Indian muharajah. lioMdos this, The Century
will print three othr novels during tho year,
and n great number of short stories by the
best American story writers.
The well-known humorist Kdgar Y. Nyo
("Hill Nye') Is to write n series of amusing
sketches which no calls his "autobiographies''
the first of which,' The Autobiography of n
Jitstloe ol the Peirce," Is In Novomber. This
uumberalsocontnlns a valuable and sugg s
tlvo article on "Tbe food Supply of tlio
Future," which every farmer should rend, to
bo followed by a number of o'ho'B of great
practical vali.o to farmers trettlng especially
of tho relations of the Government to the
fa'inor, what It Is doing and what It should
do. This series will Include contributions
from olllcers of the Department of Agrlcul
ture, and other woll-known men will dlcuss
"The farmer's Discontent," "Cooperation,'
A celcbra'od Spanish writer Is to furnish a
"Mfoi)l Columbus " wtilch will bo brlUUntly
lluHrated.and tho publishers of The Century
havo arrnngo.1 with tho managers of the
World's Fair to print articles on tho build
ings, etc. One of tho novels to appear In 1S92
Is a story of New YorK llfo by tho author of
'The Anglomanhic-," and tlio magazine will
contain a great deal about tbe metropolis dur
:pg the year among Qtlur things a serlei of
Illustrated articles on, "The Jews In New
York." In November Is an illustrated dt
crl pi Ion of tho "Players' Club." founded by
Edwin Booth, and ono of the, features of the
splendidly Illustrated Christmas (Uccomuer)
number Is an article on ''Tbo Cowory."
To get The Orafnrisend tbe yearly subscrip
tion price ($1.01) to Tho Cen ury Co., Union
qua-e,Uow Yolk, N. Y.
OMVEIt AVKNDEI.il IIOMIES,
When asked If all diseases were curable If treated
early, said " Yes, but some diseases began two
hundred years ago " Precisely no ono knows
when scrofula and specific 'diseases bogan. Ve
only know that we inherit skin diseases, king's
evil, rheumatism, bcils.abscess.es, whitesu citings,
&c, and tlio medical world Is Just learning that
Cactus Blood Cure Is the one only Infallible Veg.
AtidilA nuiitrallrpr ot these blood taints.
Statement 1. & 11. Company.
Philadelphia;- Nov. 37. Tho state
ment of tho Philadelphia & Heading
Company for the mouth of October,
1 8 U I , shows net earnings for tho mouth
of $51-1,121.75, aguiust $427,28.00 for
tho sumo period lust year. The surplus
for the 11 mouths of tho current year Is
$3,293,102.00, au increaso.ot $0.0,7:19.1)3
as compared wltu tno same period ol
Col. nml Airs. Grant's Iteceptlon.
Vienna, Nov. 27, Tbo American Min
ister, Coi. Frederick Grant, and Mrs.
Grant, guvo a Thanksgiving reception
yesterday afternoon at the ministerial
rosldenuu. Tho reception was thronged
by Americans ana Hugllsii, as wall us
many Austrian notables, who wero en
tertained hospitably by Mrs. Grant, who
Is one ot tno most popular ladles In
It Curs CoHs,Coarhi,5oreThroat,Cronp,Inlnr.Bli,
Whooplar Couch, Bronchitis sud Asthma. Jt oarulo.
f .iro for Consumption lo r. .laws, and ant. Mil.! la
alvsneea stacea. Uaaatooos. You will see tho ex.
sollent effoot after Uklng; tbe tost -lv,M1
stalara swrjnrbart. larts kUa, M souls sad VM.
LEATHER nd SHOE TOK
3?. sT. CL'EAKT,
DtaUr In all kludsol
Shoeinfijcers' ; Supplies
Irge and nrsl-olass stock.
AH Demands of tie 'Trdde Supplied
18 W. OENTRK.BT.,
Ferguson House bttlldlntj, SHEMANOOAII, PA,
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN BTUEKT,
Where be will be pleased to meet the wants
Of nis ffif ntss nnu tuejiuouoiu
:n.. 1 SI T
jiYuryilHUg IU rsso Ufuuaily lallu
Sir. Covlllo'sl Riperlment.
Mr. Coyillo 1ms Rot but ono nppli
tree, but it is a good tree. It has hung'
full of blossoms, and In the past woih
has been a very benutifttl ornament Is
his little yard Wo do think npplo blos
soms tho swoetest flowers' over created,
On Mr. Oovillo's tree worms havo made
a huge and unsightly nest.
Mr. (Joville learned that the only surt
way of getting rid of tho nest was to
burn it away. This was to be done by
a lighted bunch of rags saturated with
catnpbeno and tied to tho cud of a pole
so as to be applied to the nest. It was
on Friday evening that Mr. Oovilfo did
this business. Ills wifo holped him. lit
put a barrel tinder tho trco to stand on. i
as he did not
have a polo long enough to
reach tho nost from the ground. He
tied a lot of rags on tho end of a stick
and dipped tlio mass into a basfn'of cam
phene, and then touched off a match una
applied the ball of llamo to the nest
High as ho was from the ground, still lit
had to stand Well lip on his toes to mak
tho remedy effective. Uut Mr. Covillt
did not mind that at all, becauso tin
flarao was doing the work most beauti
"That'll sizzlo 'em, by grnciousl" lit
shouted down to liw wifo, who stood by
him, while Ins eyes wero riveted on tin
devastation above his head.
"Wah, ooh, oohl" suddenly rent the
air above thd apple tree; and, before the
startled woman could comprehend from
whence came the dreadful cry, she re
ceived a blow on the head from a ball ol
burning rat's, aud went down like t
flash, striking the ground in time to see
her husband descend, seat first, on 8
similar,.ball of flame, nnd rise again ns it
called up by an unseen but irresistible
It was all explained in a minute, while
Mrs Coville sat in a large dish of cold
water. It appears that a drop of the i
lighted catnpliena fell from the ball and
struck Mr. Covitle on tho chin just us lie
was in the very climax of enthusiasm,
when every nerve seemed stretched to
its utmost tension in fond anticipation
of the most gratifying results. i
The shock was too great for his nerv
ous system to withstand. Tlio barrel
went over in that awfully unexpected
way winch a barrel lias of going over,
nnd in the descent of bis person Mr. Co-1
ville fetched his wife a wipe over the
head with his fireworks as forcible as it
was unintended, and wound up the pei
forinauco by sitting abruptly and inex
plicably down upon the illumination it
self. Mrs. Coville lost some hair and
was scorched ou one ear, and Mr, Co
ville hius had to have an entirely new
sag put in his pants, but the barrel was
not injured iu the least and tho torch is
about as good as now, if any one cares
to use It. J. M. LSAIIXY.
Oh, What a Cough,
Will youheed the wimlug? Tbe idgnnl per.
aps of th) sure appro ich ot that more ter
ble disease. Consumption. AbIc yourselves
if you can afford for the sake of savins 60
r-ents, to ruu tue riHK anu no uuiiuuk lorui.
we Enow iron experience tuat biiiuiuk uur-j
vlll Cure your Cough. It never falls. This
xplnlqs why more than a Million liotUes
ivere sold the past year. It relieves Croup
ind Whopplne Cough at once. Mothers do
lot be without It. For Lame UacK, Side or
'best, useSUIIob's Porous Plaster. Sold by
1. if. Hascenbuch, H. li, corner Main and
The harness manufacturer
only Bueceseful rein maker.
Shiloh'B Consumption Curo.
This Is beyond yuestlou the most ro
'sssful' Conifh aleuldrurJ we have ever sola.
i tew doses (u variably our tbe worst oi
'onzb, Croup, nnd uroiiohttlo, while Its
term! success In tbe cure of Gousumptlt
oases 1 1
viiunui a parallel in tue uistnry oi uwuiciuh.
sinoe It's first discovery it Uas been sold on a
."Kuuntae, a tst wliloh no other medicine
an stand. It you have a (Viu.ll we earnestly
sk you to try II. I'rloe 10cent, SOoenls, and
11.00. If your Lnugs art) sore, Chest or lines'
lame, use Uhlloh's Porous piaster. Hold bv
n II, llogeubneh. N, K. corner Main And
Next month, December, la the great
Tho Dbotor and Poatma9tor
uhm tnllrlrur nil nit n. aajte nf serious Illness
due to a neglectel notifnud rapidly goiuglnlo
consumption whloh was promptly ourl by
t'an-xiua uougu nun ijousiiinpuou uure.
Trial bottles liee ul icirlln's drux store,
You may hear the
hear the eough drop.
cough hut can't
A Parish Priest's Oortifloate Oor-
tliled. to by the Arohhisnop
I, paroo' lal priest and ecclesiastical Jndge of
uetayu, nuue i uu-susiuuio, tiereoy cermv
tbatlBn-iW sevenl people who have been
epred by the Cactus 11 food Curo. It radi ally
and ulfectually dispels nil lmimr ties of the
blood. KltANCO SI CONU'Jlt V.
The above signature ts tint wlueh he uses
In all ills oualness, ortlciii'ly and otlicr wise,
uuu ue is uu oiu pupil ui iiu ue
t P, A., ArcbnlshoT of Mexico.
, .-..-. ..-s.M.-ao -
UnM at irivlli.'a lifiiffUlnM Vanmiiin ItnnoA
IMPRISONED 7 YEARS.
I'roshlnnt' Ilnrrlson Will Investigate tlio
Case of the Joffel sou llordell Mutineers,
ToMUSsoy, Mo., Nov. 27. I'rosldont
Qompcrs ot tho Aniorlcau Federation of
L(ibcv has obtained tho promise of 1'resl
dei Harrison that he will Investigate
tilt circumstances in the case of the two
American seamen who have been con
fined In the prison here for the past 17
years. The President lias evinced groat
interest tu the story of tho men, which
is ns follows:
Iu May, 1875, E. W. Clnrk nml Georgo
Miller, American citizens, shipped from
Now Orleans ou the schooner iloiforson
Uorden, bound for Liverpool. Her cap
tain, W. Peterson, treated them aud the
other members of tho creAv, it is alleged,
with the greatest cruelty. The food
wub bad, the fresh wittor carelessly
Kept, nnu tlio crew subjected to over-
work and torturous pafiishment.
dened by their hardships, Clark and Mil
ler and a third member 'of tho crow,
John Glen, a British subject, formed a
mutiny and attacked the captuln'aad
During the moloe the mate, Corredon
I'otersun, the Captain's brother, was
struck with a belaying pin and killed,
The Captain retreated to his cabin, nnd
from a window laid out each of 'the lull
tiueers with a revblver.' No oil "wis '
killed, but ' they Worb so ' severely in
jured that they wtfYe easily put In'ironB.
After treutmeut In n British' hospital '
tno men were brought to UOatdU nml
tried and convicted ot mutiny: The
sentence ot death imposed ' on this two
Americana was commuted to lmptlsdn-
meat for life, wlillo the Briton, through
tho offices of the British government,
received a IU years' sentence.
The delegation that presented the ap
plication for tho pardon ot tho two men
was appointed by the Liibor Union moet-
ing at Detroit last year, through the of -
torts ot the bouillon's Union
LIFti SAVING SERVICS
Kinbnrassuioiit Under Which It Luboro
Owing to IteKigiiiiliiuis orTrillued Men.
Washinotox, Nov. 37. The annual
report of Superintendent Kimball of tho
life-saving serviou shows us follows: At
tho close of last fiscal year the establish
ment embraced 2118 stations, 178 on the
Atlantic, 48 ou ths lakes, 11 ou the Pa
cific, ami 1 ou tho Ohio at Louisville,
Ky. Tho number of disasters to docu
mented vessels wlthiu the soopu-of sta
tion operations during tho year was
JD1. Thero wore on board these vessels
3,117 persons, of whom 8,103 were saved
and 43 lost. T.a number of ship
wrecked persons who received succor at
tho stations was 051, to whom 1,010
days' relief lu' tlio aggregate was 're
ported. The cost of tlio" maintenance of tho
service during the year was $910,301.
The saving of imperilled property was
proportionately greater than in any
former year, with a single excoption.
The general superintendent invites at
tention to tlio ombitrrasment- under
which the service1 labors owing to the
frequent resignations of trained men,
wtyo leave the service for better com
pensation at less hazardous vocations.
He says that this exodus ot experienced
surfmon, shown in the last report to
bo more than DO per cent., has con
tinued during the past year, nnd It Is
obvious that, Unless speedily checked,
tho efllcioncy ot the Corps will bo seri
ously impaired. Many who would
otherwise leuvo aro retained by tho
hope ot better wages in the future, ex
cited by former recommendations, and
by the merits ot tho enso which they
think ought to bo apparent.
Meeting of Irlsh-Anierlciina.
New Youk, Nov. 27. Tho conferenco
of representative Irish -Americans, called
pursuant to resolutions adopted at u re
cent moeung oi tue .uunicipui council j ,,, ,,, Of;irr..iiiio-rfurrr, Itciiualshand
of the Irish National League, met in this ood siuK'scustlni; from i.oo to j.
city yesterday. Two hundred members
were present. J. W. Casey, ot Roches
ter, was appointed chairman. A com
mittee was appointed to draw up a plat
form. Tho sentiment ot the meeting
seemed to be that tho platform should
set forth tbo principles enunciated and
supportod by Famuli, that dependence
of the Irish people upon any English
statesman should bo disapproved, and
that independence, puro aud simple,
Should bo the watchword.
The I'll" at St. Alliam.
St. Albans, Vt., Nov. 27. Tho- firo
which occurred hero yesterday provod
to he tho most disastrous that has vis
ited this city tu many years. The llamos
started In a small barn situated In tho
roar of a store on Main street. A high
wind prevailed and, owing to this, tho
lire hud Its own way uuttl strotin s sta
bles, eight business housos, Wuttgh'a
Opera House, tho Congregational
Church and several law olllces wore
burned. Tho loss Is estimated at $150, -000;
partially insured. Tho American
House, tho Weldeu House and many
business houses nnd residences wore
saved only with the utmost diflloulty.
Lottery OltlelaU lleleased on ltnll.
New Ohleans, Nov. 27. Directors and
officials of tho Louisiana Lottery Com
pany who were arrested under indict
ments Irom Sioux f ans, s. u., ror vio
lation of tho anti-lottery laws, wore nr
ralgned In the United States District
Court yesterday and reloased ou $1,000
bonds wuh to appear before tho Dakota
c6urt at its next term In March.
Hold li lie I.eula A. (Irnllt, Sure.
Boston, Nov. 27. A dispatch from
Rutland, Vt., Bays that reliable Infor
mation confirms the rumor that the
president has deckled to uppolut Qen-
oral Lewis A. Urant Assistant Secro -
tary of War, to tho secretaryship miido
vacant by the resignation ot lied Hold
llehrew Kmlirrtitlon Colululttoe.
B Ell LIN, Nov. 27. The committee ap
pointed by the Hebrews ot this city to
assist liussiau Jews In emigrating has
aided forty thousand since June, and
has paid the passage of fifteen thousand,
mostly to America. -
NEW ENGLAND DF1IEFS.
Iho turkey served at tho White House
yesterduy was iinportod especially from
Tho Treutons of New Jersey heat the
Freewamlors of Pawtucket, by 8 to 0 ut
James Hauley, aged 25 years, fatally
stabbed his brother Patrick, aged 10, at
Thonuuton, Conn., (luring a quarrel.
Juntos has buen arrosted.
T. O. II- 1'. Burnham, tho famous
Boston bookseller who died worth se.
eral millions of dollars, left a will over
which thero will undoubtedly V i a
puro alcohol to make WouVs Acuh
JIi.ackino. Alcohol is good for leather;
it is good for the skih, Alcohol is the chief
ingrediontofColog.no, Florida Water, and
Hoy Hum the well known face Washes.
We think there is nothing too oottly to Uee
in a good leather preservative
Acmo Blacking retails at 20c.
and nt that prico sells readily. Many
peoplo are so accustomed to buying a dress
ing or blacking nt fie. and iOd. a bottle
that they cannot understand thnt a black
ingcanhoclieniiat 20r. Wewanttomect
themSvitli cheapness if wo can, and to ac
complish tills wB oiler a reward of
for a recipe which will enable tis to make
Wot-fp's AcMt; ItLAfTciNTi tit such a 'price
that A retailer can profitably sell it at 10c. a
bottle. We hold (his oiUir open until
Jan. 1st, 1M)3.
WOLFS' & BANDOLPII, Philadelphia.
CACTUS BLOOD cure:
SUPERIOR TO SARSAPaRlLLA
Purifies tlio blood by ex
pelling the impiu ities through
the proper channels and never
causes eruptions on the skin.
Regulates tho bowels Cures
dyspepsia, liver and kidney
troubles, tones up the system
and gives you an appetite.
Never fails o cure any con
dition produced by inipuro or
impoverished blood, or a dis
ordered state of stomach, liver
Sold at Klrlln'8 Drug Stare,
Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa.
Ask mr ncentH for XV. L. Douslns lioeau
If not lor snle iu )our nlucu iimU our
ilenler to scud for cntnlogue, secure tho
UKi-iicy, ituii ui- inrni lor sou.
CsT-TAIU. Ml hi
WHY IS THE
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET?
It Is a seamless slide, wllh no tacks or wax thread
to hurt tuoreet; tuado of tho best Hue calf, sljllsli
and easy, nml became tre wmlt-e more ehoe or thta
SK OO facniiliie llnml-ecd, the finest cair
al. shoo oter otTercil for -1.011 1 equals French
Imported olioes which cost from 8S.Oto SI2 00.
JA III) 1 1 II uil-X- I il Welt Mine, line cair.
iVVo stylish, eoniforlable and durable. Thehcst
shoo ever ofTered at this price i snine Krade as cus
' iniii-iniin Hunt- cosmic i roin en-w iu rri.uo.
I 0 Police Mioei Farmers, ltallroad Men
( nPOo and Irf-ltcrCurrlersall wcarthem: ttndcntf,
i spamit'ss, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten
sl'in edfte. Ono pair will wenrajenr.
(t0 (l,ll eillli no better shoe ever offered at
oTiiCa this price; ono trial wilt eoulnce those
w ho want a slioo for enuiforc and service.
StTf, nnd fei-J.tIO WolUtnmilnirN shoes
stoo nro very stronc nnd duruble. Thoso who
ii ivu nivi.-ti iiu-m iv iriui win vi-iir nu oiiitriiuiov.
Bnvcl f-.OII nml 81.7.1 school shoes ro
UysJjf 2 worn bytho bnyseverywhere: theysell
nu their merits, as the tnm-aslng sates show.
H orlinc !:l-ll Iliiuileni-cl shoe, best
fcW3l4 ICS3 Doiinoln, verystyll6tlieilualsFri'UCtl
Imported shoes cistlinrrrom 94.taltn ssjjrI.
I.mllfs' i.nit, -i.Oti nml Sl.r.t shoo Tor
Misses are the best fine Doiis-ola. MyllsUand durable.
Cniillou. See that W. L. poiiglas namo ami
price are stamped ou the Imttom of each shoo.
W. L. UOUQLAS, IJrockton, Mass.
roo North Fourth at.,
DtjO bel clrwn. pMit.naLrol.
Uir nW grnuloo o.rman Amrriaao
SpMlali.t In Ue I'nlvrd t-lalra obo lo
abl- to cure DlOOd Poisons
Nervous Debility ana Spe
cial PIsonseB oo"1 o.
Hlt.htB, rlmpl'., yropUftoi, aort o
barj tloera, bwclllnsa, Irritations,
IliltaniaiaUona and Rnnblnia,
btriotnrea, WralDraa awl fcailo
sar loal raomorj, o.ak ftack menial anxlolr, KIlDfJ an
Hlatl,r ItlKaara and all Plaeaara rfaultlns from Mor .ari a.
InlUon-UonorOrrrwork lu-cent eaaoa curc-d Iniloiosata
relict at onoe. Ih, not loa bor, no matter obal aa'rr
UaiDf lloctor. Quaok, Pamllr or Hoepltal phr.lelan baa ralteo.
Pr. T1IRKX anrea nosltlvoly and without dilcnUon rront
bnalneoa. otn. rooso, i
so, MnnLB iattn acoTHOoa crsTtorliTiao
M.aniAas rleb or poor,
.v:.". ',?r... v; tioSSii.2
V mr book
lio"",'d.llr Ih.m IO J Ff. 6 to B, Wed. and Bat.
Ir . lo 10 llnndaT UU II. Write or fall atltt bo "rod
til luf.,u. aoa Wodn. ed Salurdaj rblla. dall TUM
' If you want to
m a fine display of Hoots and
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot und Shoe Store,
(Mosteller'B old stand,)
Corner Coal mid Jarclln tilts.
Custom Worlc nutl Itcpnlrlnjr
Done In the best style.
S hon tryubled with thne annoyluii Irrostdu
hon tryubled with tLr
-fMiuentiy folloarin,: ft -)
froio tv .
ill jtninol Weekoosse pooulir t , thslr sos. imruld
Uaa DR. DuCiiCIME'S Oltbratl
EM ALE tstUULAi INU
v aie berMngtl.imi.i.
1 TlKOrari't pi iv
, i. tin btf f 4 ..UliHlt
l.i II riinii'tjajofdoflv
Hrt f t
li, BHICKKR M. ii.,
P f7sTl!AKA VB aS LXGEON,
"ViEist nutre Htren-, ifhanoy City, Pa
iluaudaU BDeaiial diseases A -rpeolalty.