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THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICF
FIG3 OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
X'irtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, ionning an agreeiime
and effective laxative tu penua
A'jently cure Hab'tual Cousti-
""pation, and the manj' ill de
pending on a weak o- .. '.'
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER T. el?
It i the most excellent re n '
CLEANSE THE SYSTE'' . -'.Ti. .
When one U lltliim or '
PURECLOOD, RCFftL :. -HEALTH
and STR-NCT 1
Every one is using it nud i ,
delighted with it.
S ASK YOUR DHUGO'ST FOR
SYra-cri? 03? figs
MANUFACTURED OIILY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
IDVISVHLC. KY NEW YORK. N. t.
GOLD HEDAL, PARIS, 1378.
W. Baker & Cos
from which tho excess ot
oil liaa been roniovcd, Is
audit is Soluble.
aro used in lis preparation. It 1ms
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, nml is therefore far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a ct(j). It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
nnd admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocors overywhoro.
V. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Kick Tioaaacho and rollovoaU tba troubles tact
dent to a bilious state of tho system, such as
XHzzlncss, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after
eating. Pain In tha 61 le. io. While their moej
jemukable success i.is been shown In cuxIhq
Heaflacbe. yt Cartons Littlo Liver Pltll etc
equally valuablolnOonatlyatlon, curing and pro- 1
Tenting this annoylrgconjplalnt.whllo they alsa
correct altdisordorsofthaetoinacUUniulato tho
;ir on! rcculntuUc bowels. Even it they only
cutler from tlsdlstrosalup coin plaint; but form
natelytholrgoodn'asd -'- ujt'indhere.andtiioao
irhoonco try thorn i ill find tkeso littlo pills valu
eblo In soman? ways tLat they will not bo wil
Hua to "o withou t tiu .0. But atter aUslck head
'3b tho liana of tm ramy liron lint liero U whers
va make our grtat boa-, t, OurpillscuteitwliiU
others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Tills aro very small and
Tery easy to btfcu. One or two pills inakoa dose.
They sre strictly -vegetable and do not gripa os
purse, but by their goi.tla action piano all who
liso them. Iuvlalaat2!)centai Uvoforfl. Boll
by droggis'-s cver where, or sent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL Pil I. SMM DOSE. SMALL PRICE
f.000 Genuine Tyler Curtain Desks S2I and
$24 Net Gpot Cash. , i
No. 4007 Antique O.ik wundurcl Tyler VtA,
vllt.dl.i. lo..al.yUI1.tln.llali. Mien nnd ujt
Vroof.Zlno llollom under drnwerst patent! Ilruw
,lned Curtalm I'oluhed Hak. Wrltmn'rablo: flluir I
bier loeki one lock neeurtiw all druwerjl
cardboard Filing Hiixmi Cuoboara Inondt l'snole
Finished Hacks Buteniiioo Arm sj fU"
SOO lbe. l'rlrr. X". O. II. ut Fuctory. -4 i Act.
Also 1,000 Antique Ash Desks.
3Vo. 400H. Bnrao as above, except raado ot Bona
Antique Ab, koikI bs oak. 'Weight StlO lbs,
Irle r O. It. nt Knetory, 31 Net. bblppwl
from our Indianapolis foclorjr direct. Made and sold
solely by the TYLER DESK CO.. St. Louis, Mo.
IW rase Clloiin or hunk Counleri.De.il.. ill . Ill colon
ftneil V er prlnlud, HonU free, po.uge la eeptl.
j?natiu rs..iuiw a.rninnfliiHv Reatored.
if S HtaHD
'Weakness, Nervousness, Iieblllty. and all
the train of evils from earlr errors or later excesses
tho results of overwork, sli-kness, worry, eto, ull
strength, development, and touo given to every
organ and portion of the body, blmplo, natural
methods. Immediate Improvement seen, r allure
Impossible. 2,ou0 references, llonk, explonalloui
and proofs mailed (soaledl free. Address
ERIE MEDICAL CO,, BUFFALO, N.Jf.
Great Bargains !
For nil Iu I
Wat IP's, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamond.', N'oveMs
and Bllverware at I
OSCAR 0ST'S l"SJ:.eet
UxcilPinont Over U10 Doaui-
lull of tlio Ministry.
EX-PUEMIER MKUCIEIl'S REPLY.
Ha Deolarei That tlx lUport of tin Koyal
Commission is False-
Merelor ClmtK"' Llmit.-Onvarnnr Antr
With Ilellls 1'iirty til An (Minus Con.
spirary Unlvni-sttl fyuipu.lhy Miinl
fntnil In the Province I'ur the ex
l'l-emlm's Cause l.lherml Meetlucs In
QUKUKC, Deo. 10. Ex-Premlor Mur
der hits mmla public the lutarliu report
of the Royal CommUnlon winch Inves
tigated the Bale del Cbnlleurs scandal,
Hint on the strength of whose llulinK
Mr. Merclor was iliauimsed from otllce,
together with Lieut. .Qov. Auiserj' let
ter of dismissal nil I tha ex-Premier's
As regards Mr. Mercler, the rnpirt
Buys that It was not prrvud Unit, he
knew of the cxhIi ic ol tho bargain bi
twecu Contractor Armstrong and
P.icnud. 'IIib ulnar members ot tho
Cabinet aro declir.i.1 to uive derive I no
ndvnutage wluitever from tho truns.tu
lion. lit-transmitting tho report to Sir.
Vcrcler Lieut. -(.nvornor Angers says
unit it proves c.u. ihh nml Illegali
ties nml lore iiion linn tho conviction
tn.it .no iinii. j ii' m n position to
advise tho representatives of tiu Crown,
and thut therefore he must dismiss
Mr. Mercler In his reply declare that
thj report Is that of two p.trtisani, and
that the allegations made Iu it are con
trary to tn a proof. He charges tlio
Lieutenant-Governor wttti having nr
renlod the working of the Government
In refusing to call tuo L3,rnliiture at
tha request of its majority to transact
publlo business, and with having car
ried out olio ot tho most odious conspir
acies ever entered Into iiniii.st tiu con
stitutional liberties olijoyed by u free
The excitement In regard to the dis
missal ot the Mercier government is
rapidly growing among the masses.
The llamiug editorials of "Le Lectour"
(Murder's organ) aro read and com
mented on all over tho province.
Impartial observers cannot help
noting the uuivers.il sympatuy mani
fested by the people of Quebec and the
district with Mr. Murder's cause. Tho
coming fight will not be made on the
Biiedes (Jhaleitrs question, but on the
dismissal of Premier -Mercier, who had
the support ot both Houses.
MOMttEAL, Dec 10. Ex-Premier Mer
cler in addressing a meeting ot throo
thousaud persons dealt with the uncon
stitutionality of his dismissal, mid ap
pealed to the people for support against
the encroachment of federal power. Ho
was very bitter iu his denunciation ,of
Liout.-Gov. Angers and the Dominion
Ho assured thom that ho would go
back to power and mete out 'punish
ment to those who had thwarted tho
will of tho poople.
Canadian Llljei nls Aroused.
QUEBEC, Dec. 10. Monster mass
meetings aro being organized by Liber
als throughout the province. Detective
corps and stpinds of police are held in
readiness to march to opoucorwood, tho
residence of the Lieutenant-Governor,
to protect it against hostile demonstra
tion. Tho citizens of St. ltoeh and St.
Sauver aro boiling with in 1 Iguation.
St. Koch is perhaps tile stroujst Lib
eral stronghold In tho Dominion.
WILL NOT RESIGN.
Govornnr 11III to ltmuuln Nnw York,s
ISx.ientive Until Jm, 1, 181)3.
ALUAKV, Dec. 10. Governor Hill Is in
New YorK, and will not roturn until to
Gov. Hill will remain Governor till ho
surrenders tho executive tn Governor
elect Flower on Jan. 1, lb'J3, when it
will he dono In n formal speech, de
livered in the Assinibly Chamber, whero
a temporary platform ovjr the Clo k's
lii-sb Is now being erected. Here also,
Gov. Flower will niiiku his Inaugural
The ceremony of Inauguration Is to be
simple, in accordance with Mr. Flower's
The Speakership question is not
solved. Doc Hush of Chemung lends at
present, with George II. Bush of Ulster
pressing him close, while William
Sulzer of New York brings up the rear.
Tha Ilotilb Tlirnwer's llurlul.
DosTOS, Dec. 10. Tho remains of H.
Ij. Norcro-8, the dynnniiter who trlod to
blow up Hussell bage, are now in the
receiving tomb at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Mrs. Noroross says: "Idouot think that
we shall have any funeral; in fact I
know we shall not huvo any services at
tho house, and what oocurs at the grave
1 do not wish to bo leported. I feel jus
tified in making this request of ttie pa
pers, as tboy have had all the sensation
al features of tho terrible affair and wo
ought to ho allowed to bury our son
without the scene at the grave being
placed before the public," Mrs. Nor
cross entertains a fear that the remains
will be stolon from the cemetery.
Now York Ilui-gl.lis ArrestaJ.
NjW YoltK, Doc. 10. Two men, who
gave their u nines us John Diet, aged li-3
years, and Frank l'omeroy, aged 35
years, were arrested by Iuspeotor Ilyrnes'
detectives for having committed the
burglury ot about $10,000 worth of
goods from Uauingarler's furniture
store early Tuesday morning lait. The
goods wero recovered.
Ilia Jury Disagreed,
MlLWAUlCKK, Wis., Dec. 10. The jury
in the case ot W. A Hlggltis, charged
with crtitsiijg tho death of "Auui
Tillle," (colored) by applying a match to
her clothing disagreed. Tlio com t re
fused it request lo release Htggins on
Ins own recogn!z.;uoe and thu bill was
fixed ut &000 and the case set for the
Dvnauilte, Not Knrlhiiuake.
IlARiusurltQ), I'a,, Dec. 19. The jar
ring that was felt here, ami which was
behaved to have been caused by nr
earthquake proved to have been due to
the explosion of 1350 pounds ot dynamite
at SUsltou. No one was hurt.
Highest of all in' Leavening Power.
PARDON TO A BURGLAR.
.Tnities llnnlnp to (In 'l-ee After ServlPfl
1R Vein's A Woman lli-vntlitn.
Boston, I) 'C. 19. James Dniilip, the
well-known bank burglar, who Is serv
ing a sentence of twenty years for rob
bing the Xortlminnton N.itionil llmic,
is about to be pinioned. The Par Ion
Committee of the Governor's Council
has so recommended to the ooimoil and
that body now has the caie till ler ad
visement. Dunlan has but two years of
his long sentence to servo, nnd tin Idea
ot the council Is to give him this time to
do with as he likes.
For years efforts have beon made with
a view of gutting Dunlap n pinion.
Among those who have at various times
Interested themselves In tho matter are
the late General W. T Shorm in, ex
Governor Long, Datectlva It inert A.
1'lnkerton, IV s dent Elwards of tho
Northampton il.tuk, ex-Warden Hussull
and many oth.-rs.
The extent to which n woman's de
votion can bo carrl-d Is exemplified
in this enso. Mrs. Scott, thu wife ot
Dunlnp's companion, who was one ot
that famous coterie ot bulk burglars
whose during and skillful nilsilesds
brouht thp'n wide notori -ty, has h-eu
one of tho hardest workers in Dunlnp's
Shepromlsol her husband before he
dlnil Hint she would not givo up until
she had suucee le I In obtaining Dun
lnp's pardon. It Is stated tn.it It Is ow
ing moro to this worn in's persistent ef
forts than to anything olso that tha
Council hasngrdel to give Duilup Ills
A Proscutlllff Attorney Aroused
New Havk.v, Conn., Dec 10. A peti
tion is to be presented to tho Con.mis
slouers of New Haven county
asking for the removal ot Ju Ige Levi N.
Illydenhurg from the ollico of prosecut
ing agent. Lient.-Gov. Morwiu heals
the list of petitioners, nnd is followed
by over 300 prominent business men.
Tills action is the ouicnmo of Ulyden
burg's recent wholesale arrest of drug
gists on charges ot violating the liquor
laws In selling to minors, lilydunburg's
'spotters" wero in every iaso either
boys or young men just under age, and,
it is said, obtained the liquor from the
druggists through falsohno 1.
Low Water Causes a shut flnwu.
MANCHBSTBlt, N. II., Dec. 10. All of
the large mills have b-en shut down
hecauso of the low water In the Jtsrrl
niaok, Only a portion of tho Amoskeag
mills are running. Fully 0,0U0 of the
mill hands are Idle.
(oiiiptr U -nl ..-to l l'ri,liiit.
BihmisobaM, Ala., D-c. 10. Ill the
couventiu I of tils A iii-mciui Fe.lcr.-itlou
or Labor tts-iinl-Ji Gompers was re
elects 1 presid.'Ui; '. II MoUiliro of
Uoston was eluute 1 lis.. viti- i-esi lout,
and William A. C.n-ney oi Vittsburg,
sun mil vie urusid l J O'iris Kuu w.ts
re elected -seurst ii'j. u.i I Jjan Luiin
was electel troastt.-jr. 1'heio was strong
opposition to G mpsrs. especially
uuiung the Sotu.ln.-a Llj.og ttlu.i.
Its II llli.l ' ll lllll lilelli'd.
Chicago, Deo. 10. 'imiiiiiy Hynn, ol
Chicago, chnlnpiuii w-lter-tVjght ot the
worid, ttud Di.y Nexilliam, ox
chnnipioii, are mi. lube. I u fight b -fnt'o
the California Athletio Club1 for 5,OJ0
a side nnd a pitrso of $2,000 offered by
the Club Tne Tl itir, is to take place
early 111 , Maioli, ft.il tho ui'ir a to to
weigh on hour Iwtorj ti.iu ii cnllo I ut
140 pouu Is oWch.
' l'he Way I- Is I..li. 111 Cubl.
Havana, Cubs, D.tc. 10, Tho pro
ceedings against th Inui Seer ttryof
the Treasury .Mr. Otetsa bong close I,
the Presiding Judg-s has pronounced
sentunci of H years Imurli n iisut, 3
moiitlis and o ie d n' In t'l oial i gin
r line of la.nOO pes. t is (si..iudi and tuu
return of the $H.l,0lD stolen from the
APULLIJ WAS A PtRFECT FVlflW.
. . - - - . - - -
HfBirriT iu rnnii iiiiTiiiri uitnl
puny Ik.jk ut lilrta wir. iul tniltetlu
Ev.ry MAN can bs SIRONU
sod viaoaocs la u reip.cti.
YOUNQ MEN OR OLD.
suffering from tltHVOnS DE
BILITY, toil or railing ttsn-
hood. Phvslcsl Ezceisis. Mental
Worry, Stunted Develcrmeat, or I
anyrXRHOMAI. WEAKNESS, cube
r .tored to PERFECT HEALTH lid ,
the NOBLE VITALITY ot 8TH0HQ '
MEN, the Pride and Power of Nations. .
We claim by years or practice oy i
MONOPOLY OF BUCCE8B" In treat- '
-r3 - iiik all "..,
Ji AOIctlons of Men, Testimonials
- ' ' ' f rr m sn tstates and Territories.
OUn NEW BCOKpKa'ffiT.
ltwhlla you Cfcti. Ftill EKpUnatloni for IIOMB TREAT
tlEHT. Yoa CfcQ bf FULLY RESTORED ft TboUiandl
btbintr oi. Rtad arttitiiDODlsU. Addrcnatoticfi
ERIE MEOiCAI. CO. BUFFALO. N.Y.
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Dost make and elegant
10:2 North Main Btret-t, Shenandoah.
Hasremoved to Dili 'Jones 'old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where be will be plea ed to meal I lie want
of his Irlends nnd tbe public In
Everything in tho Drinking Line.
Largest and oldest reHuble purely oab cora
i20 S. JardmSt, Shenanooah,Pa.
1 m. menu fi RSvi?i
i j iv iu nut nuiaiTi jfw ri-srac
BSa U U U U U IS VEi
Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
WAstit.aTOV, Deo. 111. For Knitern New
York, Now Jer-o , Maryland, Delaware and
Wastern Pennsylvania: I'ulr and wuimi-r,
southwesterly winds, piobably wuiuier, fair
l'or Western New York nnd Wostcrn Penn.
sylvnnla: Warmer, generally fair Suttmluy
nnd Sunday, sunt h west jriy winds.
Nl'.W KlltK 31 Aiticisr.
Nisw VoitK. Deo. 18,
Slfi and II per ceuu
-Mouor on call easy at
Vosterd iv . Toil ly.
2 J. Hex u
4 c Coup 11U1 117.sj
4 b. Ilea- Hot liUi,
0 s, (.out lost,
Cnnndlnn Paoino btfjfi
Leutntl Piioiuc Uetj 3t-
Lhiuao. Ilur. A Qiilnay KM 100),
lieinwiii-e 3c Jluosoii iWJJ 1 ,4
lie). Laok. 6: Western 138 lilol,
brio :I0 31S
l-.rlo pief 1H '
I,hko flinro I l.i
Louis & Nash but, - MIS
Mlchlasn tioutial 108 luss
Ailseourl Paeitlc , o7'j 5s
Now Jersey unnni nui lit
Noituweeloin HSyi ad
orovnu avtgatiou TU 7b
1'soillo Jlail .17 37i $
lieadinf Wi ;w
Hook Island B.'ii, Mti
St I'au 78 n 7U
Union I'soilic rli,
WusUii-u biuon tili b2
WhOHtMarkJt on MO I Imurulur an 1 mn.
tiuuedso N" '-'. H'l 'vhiLor, lodij- Deo-lUoiji
Corn i.n -ot
IIM, . j 1
lower, but siibsa
mixevi, Don.. o.iii
nno.itly n u.i i-' I,
Oatfl--ltii-kui opened dull.
:.ojlal0; lies.-.. 4U: Jan.: :!!.
No. 3. nil ml.
Lruuiuury. Sla'e & l'eun.. extras. S
fn'i 1 a
ttxauiery. Hesiern, ilr.st....
Lie.imery. wcsioi-u. muouiis
buitouuir . u. i. too., i.
btiite luetorv full croa n. Sent. fanoy..llnllM
btille laetory. full cream lUaLi.4
btuto lautor,'. lull cl ua u. Hue lUatoH
Statu tact j.j. lu ii-ro.1 n, irooi to iirimeto alUiJ
buito t.ict n'l, common in lair bi a'Jrl
LtVK PoiII.TItV -
bprlliir clucious. ch lev mrire IMji'lb. U1J4.
bpruig cuiCKoas. uinuo 8 all
fuwis. Jirse. biatoc t"a.. periti...,iu 4 all
DlthbaBU 1'IJUI.TIIV -
Turkey, mixo I wetjhts, p-jr lb
ep'gcbk's., I'liiliL. 1 1 1 llii. to nilr..
Did Your Pnby Ory till Last Night?
Pity if he did (or it weakens him so :
ihpn, too. I' csn ho prevanied. if von wi
chI on J M. Ull an and C. J. JI Cirih'
tho druvgUu, lnr a rro famplo of Dr
Hind's Oillo Ciro. Usby will instni.th
TIip ffiiulv fnclorleH urc busy niakiiii-
nml tho eoiifectlmiiTs belling i antly.
How to Sucoed.
This is the ure it problem of life which lew
s illsiac lorny solve, miiiiq inn uecanse o
poor ll.itllll O'ners want in iuiik, uu- but
ninjorltv from d-flilent grit want ol uervi
Tnev are nervous. Irresolute, chauiealile
easily get Hie bines nd "take the pliltR
down t. Keep 1 lie spirits up," tuns wii'ilin
rnonev. time, oppuriuuity and uerve Inrce
There is notblnir like til- tleslonnlve Nervine,
(Us -overed tv Hie sreat specialist l)r illb's
tn cure nil nervous rti eases, as besdaebe, iht
blues, nervous prost ntion, sleenleshiiess,
......M.I -I.. Ut rif,,u ,lrtn., HI. ami l.t..lU,.
Trial Witd s and line boos of te-tlmonlitls
l eoat O. II. llnBOiibueirs drug store.
Thirty-four pounds of raw sugar
uuike tweiity-oiio pounds of relluetl.
Milan' tservo una ljlvor Pilla
Vet on a no nrlivlpla regulating tb.
Iver. vtomaob and bowels throuali the nsree
V new discovery. Dr. Mllos' Pills speedlli
u'e miinuauess, nan taste, torpi t liver, piles
onstlDatlon unenualed for men. women
htldren. Hmaltest. mll.ieat.KarestI Sidoses.
SVits. Humpies r're j, ut O. 11 llnsjenbnch'e
isakiiig days are here.
A Fatal Mistake,
Physicians ninko no more fatal mistake
hull when ihey Inform pitleuts that nervous
Heart ir.iuiuos cone irom uie siouiau-i nun
are of little eon. en uence. Dr. Krsnkliu
Miler. tho noleil Indiana J-pt-clnlls , bus
i ornven the oontrnrv lu ins new uook on
'I -art Disease." wnlch may be bad lieent
C. II. II igeivnoirs drm store who snmiii
and reiuniiineud Dr. Mil.s u equaled New
, i j,-,., i i ,ii re. winrii 1 1 - nr idieenk u eu nil.
heart reme'lyi., tne world It curw iibrvmiH
I. Ilii nrtllll.G llfiurL ftlRAlieie. 8IlOrt lreHttl
Hut ering, paiu or tenderness In the side arm
tr snnuliler. Irregular oillse faint Hi tf.sinot her
uirf, dropsy, etc Ills llestor.illve Nervine
lues lionl.l -lie, tits, eto.
The ChrlstinuH prmiiU Is the nil
ubsorliliig qtiestiiiii Just now.
Oh, WhHt a Oough.
Will you heed tbe ws -utng? Thn signal per
i ii.iof tts sure apiirnaoti of that more tsr
-ible disease. Con-uuipilon. AsS yourselves
f von can allord for tbe sa'e or saving 61)
ents, to run the risk and do unlhluir, fori!
Vu know from oxpsrienee that 4hlloh's Oar
vill Our vour Oougb. U usv. r falls. This
iTplaliis why moro lhau a Million llotlle
were so'd tho past year. It relieves (Iroop
ind Whoenlnit Oougb at once Motners do
not be wltboot It, Kor lama Baoei, Hlda m
;iiest, usetsiiiiolrs I'orous riaater. Hold oy
". H. Ilaijoubuph, N. K. corner Main and
Tonmino were not cultivated
seventy live yeara niro.
8hlloh's Consumption Cure.
This Is beyond nutwtlon the most sno
otwstnl Cm gh Medlome we have ever sold,
i few d sws Invariably cure tbe worst oases of
'on all, Croup, and lironchltls, while Its won
lerfu! Miooe-s In the oure of Consumption Is
vlthoutn oarallel In tbe history of mediolna.
Suioe It's nrtdloiivery It lias been sold on 8
inaranlee, a lest wbloli no other medlulue
sn stand. II you have a (lough we earnestly
isk ynu to try It. Prloe 10 cents, 60 ounta, and
tl."0. If your Luugs are sore. Obest or llaek
Isiiie, uswHlilloli's I'orous Plaster. Hold br
1. II. Ilasrenbuuh. N. H. corner Main and
Not unfrfqueiitly the butcher bo-
coiuua u nuir (ireser.
What Father Publo Varola Says.
I know several neoi le who have suffered
eren'lv fnim ilia oonsequenees of Impure
bl oil, and 1 1 n very short while have (ell
luueh bett-i by using the medicine which wis
sent here ty 1'ou Ittunon Alvi for th t pur
P'i-e, I reeom no id this remedy as o e
which pr m ss the best results, and Is the
bestor it! kind, llKV.PAHL-0 VAUKL V.
Bold at ICIrlln'a UrugHtoreergnsnn House
SPOKE (M IN COURT
Mrs. Poivnuis Tnlkuil Plainly
lo .1. (J. Hlaiiip, Jr.
SHE CALLSD HIM A SCOUNDREL.
Prooeadings Before ths R-ferja for tbe
CuBtrxly of ths Boy.
The lUnlnn family Ma.it Hint, but the
Young- Mother Says No Hie Itepnrteil
Pel seeutloiis Nol l.'x-tu;s:erut-il, Aecont-tut-
to One of the l'mully Voiiiii; ltlalue
It, fore Judc;e luirnham fur niauilua
tloil us to Ills 1'roperty.
Ni:w York, Doc. 19. The Dlnlno dl
rce proceedings, which aro lu progress
I tha office ot Heferee Lord, aro nt-
ti. ting unusual attention. The present
flu i before the refereo Is for the ens
tody of tbe child ot Mr. nnd Mrs. James
G. li line, jr. Tho lllaliie family want
to huvo the buy, and his mother is just
as determined not to lot him out of her
bund Mrs. lllalue says that her
daughter-in-law is not n lit and proper
person to havo charge of her grandson,
and the mother cordially returns the
.Mrs. lilaino, jr., says that until she
began her sua fur divorce her husband's
family never showed auy lnturest lu tlio
cbiltl. Tney did not even show that
they cared whether it was properly fed
'Ihe young mother refused to allow
tho child, when six months of age, to
bt token to the house lu Augusta where
tbe Cuppiuger children had thu whoop
ing cutigli. Tho nurse and baby were
linully allowed to stay nt the hotel, hut
tiie parents wen compelled to si ay at
the Maine house, on the ground that
there was uo money for hotel bills.
ihe objections on other grounds tu
allowing the child to be placed in Its
grandmother's hands are the physical
aim mental neglect that other grauil-
lidruu are said to huvo suffered iu
their graudmutliur'H house, and thut to
place the child there, who Is now prop
erly cured tor hi these respect-., would
be to its injury.
A very itrnmatio incident, which has
just leaked out, enlivuuod tho proceed
ings two days ago.
Mrs. James G. lllalne, jr., nrrived
Willi her friend, Mrs. Ugdeu Doreiuus.
She did not kuuw tliat tuo law gave her
husban I vi- rliiht to bo present. Wneu
she auv ti ', though she hud not
met In it s . . ij 1 li I ill goo.lby at
liar hni no, rs ago, she con-
troll d ,iny s,., . ,.f -urprlso so well that
her Cuur -i'o i u - .- suspeu oil that tho
linn) un ...a inoy entered w.ts tho
person lu que.Liuu.
Mrs. Dorumus had seen Mr. Iilmue be
fore, but it was years ago, ami as bis
wlfo did not take the slightest uotici of
bun sho dill not suspect that it was he.
During the proceedings Mrs. Dorumus
got iu o it suite of mind. She looked
round for some syinp it'iutic porion. To
tbo person next her she said:
"1'ue ii,nu iu this case is a scoundrel
nnd poltroou. "
"Do you kuuw whom you nro talking
tor" snapped the Individual addressed.
"No," alio replied.
"Well, I um lr. lilaino."
Mrs. Doremus llusbed slightly, and
then continued quickly and with in
"1 did not kuow that you wero Mr.
lilaino when I spoke. Hut I repeut it
now. A man who would abandon not
only his wife, but his innocent child, tit
tlio dictates of bis father and '
"Don't mention my mother's name,"
hurst in Mr. limine.
"since you huvo mentioned it,"
calmly continued Mrs. Doremus. "I
will add, or his mothur, is n poltroon
ami a scoundiel."
Mr. Illume hud nothing handy to
reply, and the passage at arms auiw to
"Tho reported persecutions of Mrs.
Blnitio lime not bo-n exaggerated,"
said ii member of Mrs. Hlaiu's family.
"A man (lid interrogate Mrs. lllaino's
cubiuuii concerning her movemutits, and
utter treating In in ut tho Colonnade
Hotel was incautious enough to say that
ho was hired to watun lnr, and that he
was stopping at tlio Drevoort iluuse,
where his expenses wore paid. For n
guest at tho Drevoort House he was
remarkably disreputable lu app j.ir.iuce.
Tho uibuiaii it was who reported to Mrs.
"At the same time a woman had ta
ken rooms nt the Now York Hotel. Suu
showed so much curiosity concerning
Mis. lilaino an, I expressed snob a desire
to see her rooms, with the pretext of
taking them that the clerk told Mrs.
"One morning Mrs. Til ill no on opening
her door, saw the woman hovering near,
ttud itskotl her why sho was so interested
"ihe woman said it was uiuur.il cu
rios, ly about one she linil boird so
much of. Mrs. lilaino lutluialod ber
suspicious concerning ber motives, mid
fifteen minutes alter the woman lull tuo
house. &hu gave her name us Miss
Mrs. lilaino felt herself unable tobsur
the additional strain of fueling that she
was under espionage ami applied to In
spector I. vi nos. Mrs. Nevlus, the mother
ot Mr, li.aiue, has boon uuuilued to her
bed lor u week. Mrs. Dgdeu Doremus
is her companion.
James G. limine, jr., was liefore
Ju igu lugraliuiii yesterday. Dr. Fi-auk
U. hulier obtained judgment lor $30
against thu young mini in Dumber, 1830,
for professional services. Tins judgment
was never satisfied and atl oner was
consequently obtained for his examina
tion in supplementary prouee lings.
KxHinined us i'o his property, he
testified tuut he possessed no. lung but
his wearing apparel and 215 shares,
fin u value, fi each, of the Seamless
Tutio Company ot Boston. Th.it even
these were xuujuet to ll lien ot $1,000
of tho purcuuso pnoe adv.iuce 1 him by
bis father. Tnese, subj 'ct to the lieu,
bo wus prepared to let the doctor have.
He sworo that even the watch that ha
wore wns not his, but belonged to his
father; that ho earned $I0 per month in
the foreign djpirtme.ni ot tha Pennsyl
vania lt.u.road Company at Philadel
phia, and had no otucV Income. Hi did
uut deny the indebtedness, saying ha
would pay when ho could.
Ailuplfil the (lulileu lloil.
Tkbntov, N. J., Dee, 10. The Stats
Horticultural SoLiety ud opted the
uolden rod as the national llower. The
discussion was lengthy and -many of tha
farmers denounced tbe golden rod as an
obnoxious weed and favored tha rose.
The tjoldan rod party won by one vote.
A CME n LACKING is cheaper
Rt 20 cents a bottle than any
other Dressing at 5 cents.
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAYS
I Tituse sIiocr oncf blurVrnol with It Pari
be kept clean liv vAiwhlng them with water.
J isipfe In moderate ciministuncea find it
prnliluhle In buy it at 20c. n ItnltlpTlnvatige
?. hut they spend for Blacking they gave In
It is (lie clieniiettt blacking considering
lie- quality, anil yet we want lo fell ft
iheajier if it can lie done. We will pay
for n recijie thnt will enable us lo make
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Ihut a retailer can profitably sell it nt 10c. a
bottle. Tliis oiler is ojicn untiljun. 1st, 1893.
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at Ita vtlukbla propprljen aro etilnrs?il bj hutnlrtd of th
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