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ENO TO COME BACK
Tho Ex-Bank President Ex
pected in Now York Soon.
TERMS MADE WITH CREDITORS.
Also Staled that He Has Been in the
City Several Times, Inoognito.
Presents !n the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTMTtOUB JUIOE
FIGS OF CALIFOKNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an ngreeable
and effective laxative t 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 Bilious or Constipated
so THAT I
PURt BLOOD, REFRESHING. SLEEP.
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
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MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
lOUISVIUE. KY NEW YORK. N. ft
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
W. Baker & Co.'s
from which tho excess of
oil has been removed, Is
and 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 thercforo far more
economical, costing less than one cent
cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily dioested,
and admirably ndaptcd for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocors ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U7 S. ''Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Th Famous; Defntiltnr line lleeome
tVenlthy lit Canada, and Travels in a
Fast 8t Not lielUved that Any Crlml
nat Charges Will be Mad Against
Ulm If II Returns.
New York, Deo. 2 It Is understood
that John 0. Eno, ex-president of the
Fifth National Dank, who has been a
fugitive from New York justice In
Canada for seven years, has arranged
his affairs and will bo able to return to
New York early in the winter or not
later than March.
Mr. Eno's father, Amos R. Eno, Is the
owner of the Fifth Avenue Hotel prop
erty, which was trortgaged in 1884 for
about two millions to save the Fifth
National Bank from failure, as a result
of Its fast young president's misappro
priation of securities.
The fast living young president was
compelled to fly ,to Canada to es
cape arrest. New Yorkers traveling
near Toronto have Blnce seen him living
In luxurious exile, following every form
of social ploasure and dissipation as of
old nnd as popular in a fast Canadian
set as he used to be among New York
It is quite likely that the return of
the boodlo aldermen and Billy Maloney
from Canada, as well as that of Owen
Murphy, suggested to Mr. hno he has
remained long enough In voluntary ex
ile to make criminal proceedings against
htm practically Imposslblo. lie lias
never, however, foared the criminal
processes of the courts, but has always
folt that if ho would compound with his
creditors he would bo able to escape
At tho Mnnhattan Club it is whis
pered that Mr. Eno has been daring
enough to come over the lino and even
to couk to Now York city within the
last throe or four weeks, and that In the
secret Interview ha had with the mosf
influential of his creditors he was able
to satisfy their demands and got their
consent not to push criminal proceed
lngs against him. It was also said at
the Manhattan Club that this was not
the first secret visit of Mr. Eno, and
that he had within the past nine months
crossed the line several times, met the,
creditors, or those who represented
them, and mude propositions for a sot
tlement, which they have accepted.
If Eno returns he will probably be ar
rested, although it is understood that
his intention Is to deliver himself to the
district-attorney. Ball will be asked
for him, as it was In the cases of the
boodle aldermen when they roturned,
and Mr. Eao's frlonds think that this"
will be the end of the criminal
prosecution, because in seven years it is
almost impossible, to get tho evidence
which was in the possession of .the district-attorney's
ofllco when Mr. Eno es
caped Ec j has made a good deal of money
since ho has been In Quebec, and It is the
gossip at the Manhattan Club that he is
now worth not far from $1,009,000. It
Is also said that his family are quite
willing that ha should remain In Canada,
hoping that he would there- overcome his
disposition to lead a rapid life.
Slayor Grant Shmtoi.s Ills Visit.
DuuUN, Dec. 2. Mayor Grant has
surprised his Newry frlonds by the news
that he will Do n pissengir on tue Teu
tonic to-morrow, from Queenstown for
New York. The Mayor Is Bald to navo
received advices hastening his return,
but what they are he keep-t to himself.
He Intended to remain until the middle
At a meeting of the Democratic State
Committee in New York yesterday Wil
liam F. Sbeehan was elected member of
the National Democratic Committee la
place of Herman Oelrlchs, resigned.
The missing returns from the Third
Ward of Syracuse, were brought before
Justice Kennedy yesterday afternoon
and given to the Board of Canvassers to
return to the inspectors for corre ctlon.
lenkes llemanded for Kxtriidltlon.
Halifax. N.S.. Dee. 2. C. A. Peakes,
wnntod In Boston for alleged embezzle
ment of funds of tho Boston & Albany
Railroad Company, has been remanded
for extradition. Judge Ritchie an
nounced his decision yesterday In a brief
Iter Knit for Divorce. Killed film,
Albaky, N. Y., Dec. 2. M. E. Cohen,
who committed suicide yosterday by
taking an overdose of morphine In Mil
waukee, leaves n wife In this city who
had entered suit for a dlvorco. In a lotter
he gives this as tho cause for hl act.
DID HE MURDER TWO
Mrs. Leonard's Slnyor Accused
of Another Crimo.
MILKMAN MUTTER'S SUSPICION.
Positive that Harlot is the Man
Who Killed His Wife-
We Can't do it
but nro willing; to pay for learning how to
make ns good an nrticlo ns 'Wolffs At mk
Hlackinu of cheap material eo that a
retailer can profitably tell it at 10c
Our price is 20c.
Tho retailer says tho public will not pay
It. Wo say tho publio will, because tltoy
will always pay a fair prico for n good
article. To show both the trade nnd tho
public that wo want to give them tho Uat
fur tho least money, we will pay
Vhoopinr Cough, BroneMtis end Asthma. A oertela
.-jr. fj Consumption In Otit etaeee, .il ; ear. "'''
edvsnsed states. cs at ones. Ton will seo the ez
KuiS effect after takine; the flrst iS' .7
JeslereeTerjwaeia. terse kule., 60 .aiiu and SUM.
Nearly every pattern of SA Horso
Blanket is imitated in color and
style. In most cases the imitation
looks just as good as the genuine.
but it hasn't the xvarp threads, and
so lacks strength, and while it sells
for only a little less than the genu
ine it isn't worth one-half asmuch.
The fact that H Horse Blankets
are copied is strong evidence
that they are THE STANDARD,
and every buyer should see that
the trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
, ARE THE STRONGEST.
100 6A STYLES
st prices to suit everybody. If you can't get
them from your dealer, write us. Ask for
thesA Book. You can get it without charge.
WM, AYRES & SONS, Philadelphia.
7 PTTW ,
Iloanil to Hum Out thu Town.l
CoimAND, N. Y., Dec 2. A firebug
scare prevails in the town of Homer,
nine Incendiary fires having been start
ed there this year, four of which have
occurred within tho past two months.
The latest attempt was made yestorday
morning when the largo tuunory of
Abel Gear was sot on fire. Tho (lames,
however, wore discovered b.fore they
had made uuy great headway and ex
tinguished with slight damage to the
works. A vigilance committee has been
forniod, which nightly patrols tho
streets, while the police fore 3 has beau
doubled. A standing reward of $300 is
out for the upprehensiou of the mis
Says lie lllew Up tho Crown Inn.
London, Dec. 2. A fruit dealer
named Murk Robinson Is In custody on
his own confession, accusing himself of
having caused the explosion which ue
stroved tho Crown Iun at Blackburn,
and led to the loss of several lives. The
notice are Investigating to ascertain
whether Robinson is really guilty, or
simply under a delusion, or seeking no
toriety. The man acts as it he was de
voured by remorse for tho loss of life
that attuuded tho disinter. What there
is to his confession will soon be known.
The police put prima facie faith iu him
or they would not iiuiu mm.
East Centiv St., Shenandoah, Pa.
The finest and largest asortment
iu Hate, Bonnets and Caps at ro
rnarkably low prices. Our line of
Chlldien's T11IUMED AND UN.
Oanrtot Too E trim. .! loci.
Bank Countors, Tyler Syptom, Port
ablo, Unequalod In Stylos,
Cost and Finish.
HO I-are Cslalosu. of Coolers, Deeka ett., Illustrated la
Color., Il.e, fni I'uil tie ISCente.
Onto llraka nnd T'le
NtsIes. Host nnd cheap
t est on earih, with great
reduction In prices.
lsu u.ir cftLltico Free.
Po.leg. IS ete. lull Uses ot
UetLe, i'hsira, Tables, llouL.
lews, Cabinet.. Leiel llleuu
veo.ae.e, sic, a.waja.n lorn.
S.i.rl.l wrk Breda to order.
Tl'J.nU 1 ES1C CO., St. I.oills, aio.i If.M.A.
m, a en m wMMi t ' ""
tUli It all Local
I RrnJ in Iti A tini ntJ UfUlIiO
it. a. favleu v U ulu rli-bo.i 1 ikn
i.on4an4inltut .fu Ai lroMtJ',orend4
la iu nr fr .niin ts-kUutublevU tad
tnr tlie etHs oi
To test a runUlre Ouru
and JtuoB vaiuaoie iniuriiw . -Y .
Guv llltl I'ardons a Convict,
Bma SINO. N, Y., Dec. 2. Thomas
Halev. a convict In Sing falng I'riaSou,
has been paruonou uy uov. nut. uutey
was seuteuced In New York for assault
In the first degreo on November 28,
18S8. to four years anil eigut inontns
imprisonment. Wurden Brown has
addod seven more keepers and guards to
his already large list ot discharged prison
emnloves. Titer aro Paul Hurt, Alex.
Vau Wart, Harrison Marshall, Hugh
Diamond. Henry Scripture, William L.
Dorsoy and Oliver Thomas.
Winter Crulso of Walker's Squadron
Wasiiinqto.v. Dec. 1. Acting Rear
Admiral John S. Walkor, commanding
the United States bquaUron ot i-.volu
tlon. who Is making preparations for
heulnnlne the winter's cruise, says that
he will sail almost immediately for
Hamilton Honda, muklng that his flrst
obloetlve point with the Chicago, New
ark. Altoouu nnd Bennington. After
that the movements of tho squadron
NEW JERSEY JOTTINGS.
Trains will ha running to Qulnton
over tho new branch of the West Jersey
Railroad this week.
The North Cramer Hill ferry carried
during tho past twelve months 118,000
passengers, an increase or. n,)3j over
Judge Garrison Is too 11) to preside at
tho oneolng of tho Gloucester and Uurl
lnctou County Courts. Judge Reed will
open the former on Dec. 6, and Judge
JJlxoa the latter ft wean later.
PAI.I. AND WIN
TER STYLUS OF
100 Dollars an Hour
for sleep at certain times would bo a cheap
prico. For crying babies uso Dr. Hand's
Colic Cure. It never falls. 0, J. Mc
Carthy and J. M. Uillan, tho druggists,
aro furnishing free eamploe to those who
doubt, but would like to try it.
Tlie coming new year will bo a leap
A Mystory Explained.
The papers contain frequent notices of rich,
pretty nurt educated ulrls eloping with
negroes. Iramim and amtihinen. Tne wnll.
kuown specialist, Or. KrauRllu Milne, say nil
Buch cirls are mure orl-ss hvatertc.il. nervous.
very Trap islvo, unb.Uucea; usually subject
to he.ulnche, ncur.ilgla. sieepiossucis, Im
mod Tale crylnir or laughing. TliMaeliows
wealt nervous system for wli oh there Is no
reined v intuit tn lleiiora'iVB Nervine. Trial
totilcH and n tine hno. containing many
marvelous cures, free a' C. II. Iliigentiuch'a
drug store, who also sell, Hlid giiarnnteo Dr.
Mils' .:elebrAtoi New Hoart Uure, the finest
of heart tonic-. Uures fluttering, short
The sknting and coasting Benson for
the boys draws near.
MilH' isorvo una Ldvor Pilla
.Vet on a new principle regulating tho
liver, slomtch and bowels through the nm'M
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' rills speedily
outo biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles,
constipation, unequaled for men, women,
children. Hmallest, mildest, snreRtl Sldoscs,
ifclfl. Hamples Free, nt U. 11. llngeubncli's
Hunt tin your snow shovel. You
may soon have to uie it.
Height of Oruolty.
Nervous women seldom receive tho svm-
ntoms thy dsserve. Wul eofen the ulclurps
of health, they are constantly ailing. To
wiiunoia sympiuy iroiu inese uuioriiiuaioa
Is the hol'ht of cr.ielty. They have n weak
heart, causing shortness ni nreatn, nutierinir,
pain lu side, wak and buogry spells, and
nnaity Bweiung oi nuaies, oppression, enos
in, smotheilnsand dropsy. Dr Miles' New
Heart Caro Is Just the thing for them. Kor
the r uerv lUsoess, hevlacho, welcness, et.,
I his Tlsst .rtlVA Nervl e Is unounted. Fine
Ireat sh on "llartaud Nervous Disease" ana
marvelous testimonials Iree. Bold and
guaranteed by O. II. liigeubucu.
Tlie boy, skates and Ice will soon be
pans nf tho suro annro.ich of that more
rlble disease. Consumption. Ask yourselves
If you can afford for the sake of saving 60
cents, to run the risk and do nothing for It.
we Know iron experience mat ouuou a uuh
will Cure your (Jougn. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million liottles
wfere sold tho orsI vear. It relieves Croup
and Whopping Cough at once. Mothers do
not be without It. for Lame Back, Hide or
Chest, use Hhlloh's Porous Plaster. Bold by
O. H. Hagenbuoh, N. E. comer Main and
Ham baked lu cider is a now gastro-
Oh, What a Cough.
rou heed the warning? The signal per-
Newly Refitted and Renovated.
TONSORIAL : PARLORS !
Hair Cutting and Hair Dressing !
SUAMl'OOINU, KTO., BV
E. G. T. WADLINGER,
Under i'oslofilce llulldlng,
Main nnd Oak Sts., Shenandoah.
S-IIot and cold bathB, l'ollts, promt t and
Shlloh's OonBUmption Ouro.
I'his Is bevond nuestlon the most s
Kliil Comrh Medicine we have ever sold.
i lew doses Invariably cure the woistoasosoi
uiujrii, croup, ana urononitis, wuue tts w.iu-
termt suocess in tne cure oi uonsumpiiou in
vitnoui. a naranei in me History oi menicinp.
Inoe lL's first dtaenvnrv 1L has been Hold on a
iuarantee, a test which no other medicine
jan stand. It you lnve Oough we earnestly
sk you to try it. Price 10 cents. 50 cents, and
J1.WJ. If your Lungs are sore, Chest or luck
lame, use .-shlloh's Porous P aster. Hold uv
u. n. tiazenouou. r-. corner main auu
You c-tn nlwavB get a pointer from
tlie dog nealor.
A Glorious Record.
Hlnco the Introduction of the Famous Pan
Tina Cough and Connunptlon Cure In this
vicinuy, the aeniu riio irom consumption
h'S decreased wonderfully; it never falls to
effect a cure, and U the best Cough medicine
Try It, Trial bottles free at Ktrlln's drug
The Deed Was Committed In Newark,
K. J., Two Ynnrs AgoThe Iltanner of
Proceeding the Same la Itoth Casos-
JIutlar Will Try to Identify Harlot at
Freehold To-day The murderer lle
fnses to Talk.
Atlantic Hiouxands, N J., Dec 1.
There were decidedly sensational de
velopments In the Leonard-Harlot mur
der cats yestorday, and the excitement
caused by the horrible butchery of the
poor woman has Increased tenfold. Two
men came here and made a number of
inquiries about Mrs. Leonard's slayer.
One of the visitors grew white with rage
and excitement whan a detailed descrip
tion ot Louis Harlot, Mrs. Leonard's
murderer, and his odd manners, were
"That Is he. That Is the slayer of my
wife," said one ot the men. "Thank
God he has been captured. I have been
hunting him for two years." After he
becamo somewhat quiet, the man Bald
he was Herman Mutter, and pwns n
dairy fnrm on the outskirts of Newark.
He also ruus a milk route lu the city ot
Two years ago his family oonsisted of
himself, his w:fo nnd his little son
Mutter discharged his man of nil work
and went to an employment agency In
New lork where he engaged a young
German to tend his cattlo and help get
his milk roady for market. Tho young
German was ot a sullen disposition and
lit times displayed a dangerously ugly
temper. The comoly young wife ot
Mutter was very nervous and she bo
catno nearly wild with fear when the
voung fellow had ono ot his tantrums
One pleasant fall day Mr. Mutter
drove to Newark with a wugou-load of
milk. When he drove up to the barn
lale in the ntternoon he missed tho
usual cheery grootlng of his wife and
little boy. Tho youtig German farm
hand was also Invisible. Mr. Mutter
supposed that his wife had gone with
tholr llttlo boy" to call upon one of the
Ho went to the house. In the kitchen
he found the almost lifeless body of his
voung wife, lying in a big pool of blood
A piece of heavy clothes line was knot
ted tightly around her throat and hor
face was a muss of cuts nnd bruises,
Mr. Mutter summoned Borne ot his neigh
hors nnd sent for physicians and then
bogan a eoarch for his missing hoy. lie
was found lying in the manure heap
with a lot of Btraw piled upon him.
His hands and feet were tied together
with another piece of clothesline and he
was stoutly gagged with an old pleco
The boy revlvod but was unable to tell
anything about the assault on his
mother. Mrs. Mutter did not regain
consciousness and only lived a few days,
Her head hud been beaten In with
hammer and she was otherwise mnl
rn... n.i,Nli.M. rf M,a T.annnrrl fnl
Ini.iul .tin D.iiit,. r.mw.ral nlnn na fliA '
slayer ot Mrs. Mutter, and there is no
question that the husband of the latter
thinks that the young larm hand wuo
killed his wife Is also the slayer of Mrs.
Leonard. Muttor Is expected at Freo
hold some time to-day where he will be
afforded a chance to identify youug
Harlot as his wife's murdoror.
Hurlot refuses to say anything to his
follow prisoners In the Kteeliold jail.
He sits all day long with nts lace uurieu
In his hands, or lies on his back on ills
rough bed in his coll staring at tho cell
ing. Ho doos not read and eats but lit
tle. Ho is closoly watched by Shorill
For above information ; this ofler i3 open
until January 1st, lb03.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
does work that no other paint can do. JVew
wood painted with It looks llko tho nntural
wood when It Is stained nnd varnished.
PAINTERS AND BUILDERS
will nnd It proAtablo to Investigate. All
iiuuib sirurcs bun iu
CACTUS BLOOD CUKE.
SUPERIOR TO SARSAPARILLA
Purifies tho blood by ex-
polling the impuiities through,
tho proper chiinnols and never
causes eruptions on the skin.
Regulates the bowels Civrc3
dyspepsia, liver and kidney
troubles, tones up the system
and 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 Klrlin's Drug Store,
Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa,
Ask my ngents Tor W. I.. Douglas Hhoes.
If not for Hulc In sour plncv ask yonr
denlor to scud for catalogue, evcuro tho
agency, and get tliein lor you.
fjr-TAKK NO SU IISTITUTU. tU
llfLJV I O TUC
W. L.n DOUGLAS
MiHClmrmoti lllm.uml Hu It ill oil Her.
Johnstown. N. Y., Dec. 2. At 7
oclock last ovenitiR u carpentor named
Charles r. Smith mut on tho street a
Miss Wulcb. who up to two weeks auo
had lived In his family, and naked her
to return home with him. This sho ro
fused to do, whereupon ho drew a rovol
ver and tlrad a bullet into hor head im
mediately back of tho left ear. Smith
attempted to fire another shot, hut was
prevented by ilUa Welch holding his
upraised arm. csimtn men ran away.
Ofllcers aro looking for him. He has a
wife aud throe children, but his infatuu
tlou for Miss Welch has rendered him
truant to bis marital vows.
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It Is ftsi-ainlesa alioe, wltli uo tacks or wax thread
to hurt tho (Vet; intulo of tho liobt flno culf, Btvtib
and easy, ami because tec muhe more shoes of this
! jran than any other mnnvfactwer. It equals hand
sewed Hliocneuitlng from $Un) to &5.U).
Cits (JO (jcnulm Hnm1HCU".l, the finest calf
I PJ' flioo ever ofTerrd for $5.tWt equals French
, imported shoes whh-h cost from .(j. to $12 00.
CtA 00 lliinit-SeMrd V'lt Mine, lino calf,
JJ1! stj llrih. comrortable nnd durable. The best
elioo ever olTered at this prico; same grado as cus
torn made shoes cant I iitf from $G.U) to f1).).
i CfO 30 INillco Klioei Farmers, Uallrond Men
J0 and Letter farriers all wear them; tine calf,
. seaml "is, smooth inside, heavy three soles, exteu-
i slou rdtfe. One pair will u ear a year.
I CEO AO lino ctilfi no belter shoo ever offered at
$&iw thU prlfy; i ne trial will couvluco thoao
win want ushoo for comfort and service.
1 CP.O -'i ")id S'J.tH) Vtihliicnifins shoes
sLtfitH aro very KtrmiK nnd J u ratio, 'ihoso who
li ive iilven tliem a trial v tti we.ir no other mako.
Zlr11ir7 V!.tlO linu s1.7 hcnooi biiocb aro
CSUVa worn hv t hp bn aevervwherei tbevsell
on their merits, as the iiKTeuntti sales show.
rl I B I tT? It.itiiritT-i vnrv urs. I tali - iMtiml a l-rflirtl
luiportM shoes costing from t.Ul to S(1.im).
liiulicH (J.AO. -'.(Mt mnl SI. 75 shoo for
Misses nre nuiiesillueuoiiKOia. niyiiHiiauuiiuruuie.
il'iiiitioH.-See that V. I-. Douglas' namo and
prico are stamped on the hot torn of each shoe.
1 1 . U. 4-'-'U'-iaUal3l i-ll uvaivu, limns.
be used Id the
DO YOU "WANT
A GOOD FIT
and well made, fashionable clothes?
If so, call on
W. 0". JACOBS,
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 South Jardin Street, Shenandoah
Call aud se samples of the latest eoods and
the styles. Good workmanship, promptness
and fair prices
largest and oldest reliable purely cat n com-
pauitus rvprtwcuicu ujr
A Parish Priest's Certificate Cer
tified to by the Archbishop
I. naroo'dnl prtcstand ecclesiastical Judge of
ceiaya, muie i uu lutjumu, uerouy cercuv
that I tcii-iw hever il people vho have been
eured by iho Caftus llloiiil Cure. It null ally
and eiiectuauy tuspois an impurities ni me
blood. FHANOOM CON(lf)Il.
The above sunaturo is tn -t which ho uses
lu all his Business, nitlcla ly aud olhorwlsc.
ana ho tsnnoia papttor liiiue.
T i . t, Arcuuisnopoi Aiexiuo,
Bold at Klrlin's l)ruzHtore.Kenfusou Uonse
WALL PAPER BARGAINS!
Largest and cheapest slock lu town.
Artistic Painting, Graining an1 Decorating!
J. P. GARDEN,
10 2 6m 221 W.Centre St.. HUKNANDOAII
SALOON AND RESTAURANT
201 N. Mailt St., SUonaiuloah.
Tlie Finest Stoek of Beors, Ales, Cigars, 4c.
Dentil ofMHjor McKoo.
PuiLADEU'iiia., Bee. 2. Major oi
Ordnance, Ueorgo W. MoKee, at trunk
fort Arsenal, Is dead of heart dlsoaso.
He was born In Keutucky In laiJ, and
was appointed a cadet tn the United
States llllitary Academy July 1, 1B"A
graduated In 1803, nnd served through
the lato civil war, balou promoted lor
gallantry and olllolent service tnrougn
tho various stages to Major In 1805.
Since the war ha has served In various
capacities, and took charge ot the Frank
fort Arsenal nbout ton inontns ugo.
o Hun on ilia Tni-i-ytoivn Hank.
Tamiytown, N. Y., Dec. 3. Thore Is
no foundation for the report sent out
that a run had bjgun on tho Tnrrytown
National Hank because of complications
with the falluro of Kield, Utidlay,
Wehhers Co., of Now York. Cyrus
W. Field Is a stockholder In the bank,
but so far as can he learned none of the
parties iu the brokor firm Is In any way
lutereated lu It.
tuufnid-lloy Nulla I'mlpouMl
Trentov, N. J., Dec. 3. The suit and
counter suit ot rreamuub auuioru, ui
the Adams Express Company, nnd ox-
I'resldent John Hoey, wbloh was ad
journed until yesterday In tho United
States Ulrcuit uourt usioro juuge
titeene, by agreement of counsel, has
lioen postponed until uo. J,
Itlllrd Willi HlliltlliK
CANISTi:o. N. Y., Dec a. A young
man named Llndsloy, while out hunting
v-esturdur. ncoldeiitallv struck his nun
T.RF.SSMKTWCi- SHrTfinT. ! against n tree. The wonpon exploded
Jlimjuiu., I . " w . . ,. .!,,- BrrBd 1 .1 nilsla v's law
TY(hn Indies nf Hhonandoah and vicinity.
ASclenlitloUroBSCuUlliltrt id Makinu Urancli
Hohnol Is ouened In room No. 8, ll.ihu ns'
f... Ot CAnnnnnnnA Pn I tl 1 1 1 1 1 n ir . fiver the ooht nftlce. wllfre pupils
tum., uncmnuuio.,. M nro lk u and langht thela-tstand bes. bys.
and neck, causing Instant death.
Tim Nlutli Vlotlin.
OOot-BeNsn'sbutldla waer MklnaalOsntii
Tolkiio, O., Dec 2
-was addod to the death
list of Satur-
lam rtrmittlntriiiifl rirpHSril Ak Ir c? ThesvRlem
isa.savlnuot tiTae.liiu T nua inoney anais . . . n8riiua o Ur. Nul
learned It, Open evenings,
11-0-tf Mrs. M.C. niSWJTT,
sou, ivbp uiea at noon yesteruuy, masiug
HISS UUUIUS KUU ku. men.,,,, .vaa
coo North Fourth Ot.,
OO Kt, Ureeu. t MiL.rsLrni
th .uly S'KUlne Oerioan Ameileea
Sp.r.U.t 10 Uie frills M.u-e lo U
able o cure OlOOd Poison,
Nervous Debility "id Spe
cial Diseases Ul, .
HUa PIMee. llMl tifttl Falne to UI.
bm. - soreThroats Mouth,
n icli... rimplee. truptione, ft
herd Ulcere, Swelllnie, Irritations
Infleninrttlone end Ruanlnfe,
btiloturt-e, Weeknree and Kerly
jH.r. lo.l memorjr. ea le menul anilely nt"''eees
II-r iruraeee ana an 'r"u""' .":,, .....
n IlKn-llon ir llrrrwork. Bn! ca.e. cured In i to 1 "J"I
nllef at one.. Po nul lu.o nupe, no metier ana.
11.1,., lljotar Qiia-k, femur -r llo.plt.l rl"" '
Dr. TIIKfcl. .2rre positively ' "Mm '"""lM tnm
LVaar". ,11. u lor .-nd eui-ip '"bOOK
I.iialle 'rr'.m 9 ..a F. t . Wed. and Sat.
u, w - .,..1 . .ni ii , ".;..:.;,.: ,M. nw
Ha)JrOWM iVV COM.
A FINE SHOW
If you want to bc a flue display of Hoots and
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Mas teller's old stand,)
Corner Coal and Jnrcllti Bin.
Custom TVorlc ami Repairing:
Done In the host style.
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will he pleased lo moot the want
of his Irlends and the public In
Everything in tho Drinking Lino.
J n. JUUOK&H m. x.
rifYMOIAN AND SLUG BON,
4o;9,:erSt Cootre Utreet; Mahanoy City, Pr
Uklnaadall si)oiftJ dUeases a psclaltr.