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THE LAXATIVE AND NUTH ITIOU8 JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
rnosl beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, lUfER MD BOWELS.
It Is the most excellent remedy known to
CLEMSE WE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Coustipated
PURE: BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
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Every one is using it and all are
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A Poplar Kitchen Press to Antique Oak.
A Cano ftockor to Mahogany.
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W- H-ls aVES-A. POTTS
Has opened a
AT No. 210 N. CENTRE ST
Sales of aBsottcd goods, notions, hardware,
olflflEuflpA. Mtn.. etn.
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Q M. JIAJ1ILTON, il. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
20 WestLloya street, Bhcnondoah
AM ASSASSIN CAUGHT
Tlio Arrest of Bcgaicff Un
earths a Nihilist Plot.
A DETECTIVE'S CLEVER SCHEME.
TJisgulsed as a Ohimnoy Sweep He Dis
covers a Widespread Conspiracy,
Throe IT-imlrcil Russtnn Students Arrested
- IioVzay Moro Frlshtcnou Than Kver
Uinr Oscnr Hollered to bo Dying
En.-ril to Take Action on tho Saal
Question Lonilon Drivers to Strike
or. Pctkbsburo, May 2U. Nows comes
from Kostroma of tho arrest of Dogaioff,
tho Nihilist assassin of Col. Soudaikln,
whose capturo has been reported a dozen
times since tho murder took placo in St.
Petersburg eight years ago. Degnicff
was believed by many to liavo sought
refuge in tho United States, but that
does not seem likely to have boon tho
caso, judging from tho following events.
A lively agitation has been carried on by
tho revolutionists all over South Russia,
and a man called Ivanoff was suspectod
of being tho leader. This Ivanoff has
been secretary to tho Governor of Kos
troma for flvo years.
A dotectivo being set to watch him,
was struck with tho extraordinary re-
semblauco of Ivanoff to Begaioff, upon
whoso head a largo reward was placed,
but, not having sufficient proof to war
rant his arrest, the dotectivo resorted to
Disguising himself as a chimney
sweop, ho climbed tho roof of the house In
which IvanhofE lodged and descending
into his room lata at night, suddenly
'emerged from tho stovo and presented
himself before the astonished inmato.
quietly saying: '"How do you do, Do-
galelr," at the sumo tlmo presenting a
revolver at tho secretary, who lost his
presence of mind and becamo pale with
ilo was qulcKly hnndculicu and upon
searching his papers the whole of the
conspiracy was discovered.
Many people In Kostroma, students o f
the various universities, veterinary col
leges, agricultural acndomlos and stu
dents in other schools :ln Moscow, Odes
sa and KharkofI to tho number of 300
Tho Nihilist conspiracy now seems to
bo moro active than over, extonding
oven to tho army, of which 40 offlcors
wore arrested. Tho Czar is mo.-e fright
ened than he ever was before.
KING CHARLES VERY ILL.
In Caso of Death tho Crown Will I'asa to
London, May 29. A Stuttgart dispatch
says that the condition of King Charlos
of Wurtomburg oxoltos groat anxiety
and fears are entertained that he may
Queen Olga, botwoon whom and tho
King there has been for years an es
trangement, owing to his devotion -to
other women, is now unremitting in at
tention to him. The King has, It is said,
shown signs of contrition for his miscon
duct. As ho has no legitimate children, .tho
crown will pass -to his nephew, Prince
William, who Is closely connected by
marriage with tho German Kaiser. Not
withstanding his notorious follies King
Charles is popular, and tho people of
Stuttgart evince tho deepest grief for his
illness. King Charles is now about '68
years of age.
The Templars Will Moot Noxt In Iowa.
London, May 29. Tho Templars have
resolved to celebrato the 17th of
March yearly, In memory of X B. Finch.
A ballot for the place of meeting for the
Congress of 1893 was deoided In favor of
DesIoines, Iowa, by 30 votes Against all
others. Tho American delegates ex
pressed satisfaction that tho capital of
a prohibition Stats had been selected.
TJie Czar's Trip to Moscow.
St. Petersburo, May 29. The Czar'atrip
-to Moscow will be made secretly. Tho
railway lino is well guarded on all
sides by strong detachments of troops,
ns aro the approaches to tho stations
along tho routo. All arrangements are
complete to assure the Czar a safe and
Accldent.to a Funeral Party.
Dublin, May 29. A serious affair oc
curred in Newry while 500 troops and a
crowd of civilians wero returning from a
military funeral, A horso was fright
ened by the musio of the band and dashed
among the trocp3, scattering them pell
mell on all sides, and kocking a number
down. Eight porsons wero injured moro
or less sovorely.
A Kevolt In Siotly,
Roite, May 29. -The population of tho
communo of MIsterblanoo, in Sicily, roso
In revolt against a local tax, and, in
vading tho town, sot lire to the build
ings. Troops wore dispatched "to tho
scone nnd tho revolt was quickly sup
pressed and tho leaders have been arrest
ed. A judicial inquiry into tho trouble
has beon opened.
minister Jllrsch Coming riomo.
Constantinopju!, May 29. Hon. Solo
mon Hirsch, tho United States Minister
to Turkey, has obtained a leave of ab
sence from the State Department at
Washington, and will return to the
United States for a visit during the sum
mer. To Protect tho Seals.
London, May 29. Tho Rt. Hon. George
J. Goschen gave notice in tho House of
Commons that tho government would in
troduco a bill on Monday next to pro
hibit tho catching of seals in tho Boh ring
Had Speculation Drives lllm to Suicide.
Paris, May 29. M. Bergler, counsellor
In tho Court of Appeals at Bordeaux, has
committed sulcldo owing to losses in
Bourso speculations amounting to 200,
London Drivers Preparing- to Strike,
F London, May 20. Tho stago drivers of
this city, oncouraged by tho success of
tbelr fellows in Paris, nro preparing for
a similar strike hero.
Otadstono's Quito Walks,
London, May S9, Mr. Gladstone is now !
well enougu to tatto qulafc vrfilks j
parka at Uawardoa.
highest of all in Leavening Power. XT.
THEY DIED TOGETHER.
An Aged Connie Commit Sulclilo Wlien
About tu lie Driven from Their Home.
New Yoke. May 2!). A distressing
double suicide has just come to light in tho
tenement house portion of the city,
where an nged couple, bowed down with
yoars and poverty, gave up the struggle,
whon about to be driven from thoir mis
erable home, by taking their own lives.
They were William Ureltlcoit ana his
wife Mary, aged CO and 71 .years.
The couplo occupiod two rooms on tho
top floor of the tenement, No. 57 First
avenue, and have had a hard strugglo to
support themselves, but still they mtra
agod to exist, the woman doing house
work imd the old man making m6chnn
ics' banners Recently, however, tho
husband had boon sick and unable to
earn anything, and poverty had pressed
them very hard.
Yesterday thoy wero served with ft
dispossess notice by thoir landlord, and
they were to have boon ejected from their
homo to-day. They could not stand the
disgrace and preferred to dlo together, so
each of them swallowed a quantity of
oxalic xicid during the night.
When tho sheriff's assistants called to
put the old couplo with thoir effects
upon tho sidewalk, thoy found them ly
ing side by side, cold In death.
JOHN L. PULLED HIS COAT.
Tho Champion Cnme Near Having a liflro
EKmioklo Fight With Juckson.
San Fbancisco, May 29. Peter Jack
son and John L, Sullivan como near hav
ing a fight with bare knuckles In Jack
son's saloon last night. Sullivan visited
tho place ufw I1I3 show was over, and,
in talking with tho 'barkeeper, gave his
ideas wb7 'Corbett -should have licked
tho negro. Ho Indulged in more un
complimentary talk, when Jackson, who
was in a rear room, stepped out -briskly,
and, looking Sullivan squarely in the
"See here, young man, you don't know
what you're talking about. You're talk
ing through your hat." 'i
Sullivan had never met Jackson, and
when herturned around and saw that the
man who was talking to him was a ne-
grc he snorted with rago, and roared!
"Who aro you talking top 1 don't
stand such language from your kind of
Jackscn didn't tako water, hut repeat
ed his former remark in a defiant tone.
Sullivan whipped off his coat and Jack
son began to strip whon menus inter
fered, and hauled tho enraged men apart.
In Sullivan's present condition no
would probably have got the worst of
THINK HE WAS MARSH.
This Time tho Fugitive Danker Is Seen In
Wilmington, Del., May 29. A special
from Smyrna says: Tho much-sought-for
fugitive from justice, iQideon W.
Marsh, president of 4ho Koystone Bank
of Philadelphia, it is thought, passed
through this town yesterday morning on
his way up from Woodland Beach.
He bought a ticket for Easton, Md.,
and while going out to Clayton, in con
versation with a gontleman, stated that
ho was from New York. He looked
much fatigued from travel, and seemed
constantly on tho lookout while watting
at Qlayton for his train. He bought a
Baltimore paper. It is firmly believed
by all who saw him that he is tho man.
Detective O'Malley's Bribery Caso.
New Orleaks, May 29. A motion for
a change of venuo In the O'Malley bribery
case was suddenly withdrawn to-aay,
and the defense asked that the case be
sot for trial Juno 10. The State Attor
ney objected. O'Malley's counsel then
gave notice that thoy would enter a de
murrer similar to that sustained by tho
court in the case against Granger, in
which tho information was quashed n
the ground that the allegations set forth
were not sufficiently specific. The de
murrer will bo passed on to-morrow by
Comptroller of tiik'Currenoy. J
WaihWglon, Apru ts, ibvi.
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence pre'
sented to the undersigned, It has been made
to appear that "Tlie Merelianta' National
Banh'Aof Shenandoah," in the Borough of
Shenandoah, in the County of Schuylkill and
State of Pennsylvania, has complied with all
the provisions of the statutes of the United
States, required to be complied with before an
association shall bo authorized to commence
the business of banking.
Now, Therefore, I, Edward S. Lacey,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby oer
tlfytbat "The Merchant,' National. Bank of
Shenandoah," in the Borough ol Shenandoah,
in tho County of Schuylkill, and Statu ol
Pennsylvania, Is authorized tocommfnee the
business ol banking as provided M section
fllty-one hundred and sixty-nine of the Re
vised Btatutes of the United States.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wit
1 i ness my hand and seal of office this
8th day of April. 1691.
No. 1518. E- S' LACEY,
Comptroller of the Currenoy,
Or tho Liquor lluiill, rosillvely Curou
by uumiiiuii'i'iiis Jr. iiaiuea
It Is manufactured ai a powder, which oan ba given
in a glaaa of bear, a oap of oottee or tea, or in rood,
without the knowledge of (ha patient. It la absolutely
Harmless, ana wm eneot a periuauout wu poaujr
cure, whether ths patient la a moderate drinker or
an aloohollo wraok It baa bean given In thousand
ot canes, and in every initanoe a perfeot oure he fob
lowed. 1 1 neter Falls. The system onoe Imprr gna
d with tha SpeoMo.lt becomes on utter Impossibility
for tho liquor appetite to exist.
49 pace book of particulars free. To bs had of
C. H. HAGENDUCH, Druggist, Shepandoab
S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Tho Tityrn Clark Onlns Will Contest.
NRW York, May 29. A decision in tho
Myra Clark Gaines will contest, in which
over $1,000,000 is involved, lias juitboen
handed down by Stirrognto Abbott in
Brooklyn. He doclnros that tho will of
January, 8, 1883, made in Now Orloaus
on the day before Mrs. Gaines died, and
which named Marie P. Evans as solo ex
ecutrix, is u forgery, and that tho will
made la January, loou, which names
William A. Wilder nnd James T. Christ
mas as executors is legal and admissible
End of tho PoniMylvnnla Legislature.
Harrisbcro, Pa., May 29. The report
of the conference commlttoo of the Legis
lature was agreed to by both branches
beforo adjournment. Tho bill provides
for a comlnlssiou of 30 to be appointed
bv tho Ijovornor, and, in addition thore
to, tho Governor, Lioutenant-Govornor,
President pro torn of tho Senate and
the Speaker of the House shall bo honor
ary members. Tho appropriation is
$300,000. Tho Legislature has adjourned
Died at tho Ago of 101.
Troy, N. Y., May 29. Mrs. Deborah
lowers, head of the banking Arm of D,
Powers & Sou-s and 'of tho great oilcloth
manufacturing firm of tho same name,
died at her homo In Lanslngburg last
night. Sho had beon ill for some time
nnd gradually wasted away. Sho ro
talned her mental faculties unimpaired
almost to tho very last. Her estate is
valued at over $2,000,000. Mrs. Powers
was born In Hebron, Grafton County, N.
H., on August 0, l'iuu.
Another Trial for the "Vesuvius.
Washington, May 29. In accordance
with tho decision reached by tho Navy
Department, Commander Evans' board
will reassemble at Fort Monroe
next Tuesday to determine tho naturo of
tho further trials that shall bo made of
the guns of tho dynamite cruiser Vesu
vius. Fourth Murder In a Year.
Eomu., N. Y., May 29. Tony Eyman
owish died lust night from tho effects of
being kicked in the abdomen Tuesday
night by Washington Buck, colorod.
Buck is in jail. Five witnesses aro also
locked up. It is tho fourth murder here
in less than a year.
Tho American University.
Washington, May Si9. Tho organiza
tion of tho American University was ef
fected at a meeting in tho parlors of tho
Arlington Hotel. An appeal wiM b
made ior $5,000,000.
To Vluy WKtU tlioiouisvillo Club.
Louisville, Ky., May 29. Pitcher Bell
of Kansas City and Second Baseman Jen
nings of Leighton, Pa., havo been signed
by the Louisville Club.
HOW !S YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific ia the great
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to 3 3 3
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Swistc Si'ECuno Co., Atlanta, Q&
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faeaaaeho, yet Carter'a tlttlo Llvor Fllta ara
equally valuablo In Constipation, curing and pro
Venting this annoying complaintvwhilo they also
correct all disorders of thesioroaohtimulala tha
tlvor sad regulate the bowels. EvenlXUieyonhj
I suffer from this distressing complaint; but f ortu
I uatoly thelrgoodnoes does notondhere,and thosa
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1UO0 to QO Without IDcm.
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is tho bane of somanyllvoa that horofawhota
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Ttcy are strictly vegetable and do not grlpo or
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.tuethem. InvtalsatSScentsi flvefortl. Soldi
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THE FIGHT GOES OH
An Address to Organized Wage
AVorkors of America.
KNIGHTS OF LABOR ARRAIGNED
They Are Blamed for the lalluro of the
Held Up as Trnltors by the Foilorntlon ol
Labor Councll-Tho Ofllclals or the
Knights Charged With Conducting n
Secrot Agitation to Frighten tho Miners.
A Illowto Socialists In ths Colto Region.
New York, May 29.-An address hoe
Just been sent out by tho Executive
Council of tho American Federation of
Labor directed to tho organized wage
workers of America.
The address opens with the official in
formation that the United Mine Workers
have receded from their position and do
clared the eight-hour movement off.
It goes on to say that the miners wore
selected to make tho fight at their own
reijuost, thoy stating that they had as
surance of help from the Knights of La
bor. The Jenoral Executive Board of
the Klghts fauod to attend a conference
with the Executive Council ot tho Fed
eration and miners' officials as requested
by the last named, nor did thoy gtvo any
reason for their failure to appear, though j
the minors belonged to tho K. of L.
Very reluctantly nnd by requost tho
coko strike was endorsed. Tho mlno
workers wero allowed to advance $2,500
to tho coko workers, and tho sum was
guaranteed on the condition that tho
miners made tho domand for the enforce
ment of tho eight-hour work-day. The
condition was made to maintain good
faith with those who contributed for tho
miners' strike, and becauso information
bad been received that the Knights' offi
cials were conducting a secret agitation
to work upon tho fears of tho minors,
predicting certain defeat, discouraging
them in every way, and urging them not
to make the move. On May 1 tho coun
cil roceivod official notice that tho eight
liour movement was declared off.
The address concludes by saying that
4ho wage workers will know where to
placo tho blame and hold tho traitors to
tho causo of labor responsible.
NO USE FOR ANARCHISTS.
Till Coko Companies Dotermlnod to Get
Hid of tho Socialistic Strikers.
Soottdale, Pa., May 29. Tho 2,000
Socialists in tho Connellsvillo coko ro
gion who took an activo part in tho lato
strike must go. Instructions have been
received by tho superintendents of the
coko companies to dispensa with their
Whon any of them apply for work they
are told: "Thi3 company has no uso for
Anarchists." Some of them havo changed
their names in the vain hopo of obtain'
VESSEL AND CREW LOST.
Tho Schooner Thomas Hume Undoubted
ly Wrecked on I-ulco Michigan.
Muskegon, Mich., May 29. The
schooner Thomas Hume, owned by Hack-
ley & Humo of this city, has undoubted
ly been wrecked and gone to tho bottom
of Lake Michigan, together with her
crow of seven men.
Ono week ago Thursday the Humo and
tho Bouse Simmons cleared from Chicago
for Muskegon. A still gale was blowing
They slipped along pretty llvoly and en
countered a heavy sea. The Kimmons
labored In the storm for several hours
and Anally put back into Chicago, ar
riving here last night. Tho last seen of
tho Humo she was encountering tho
storm, and pursuing her course to Mus
The Sln'tr. i remained in Chicago un
til the storm subsided and then mado
her way to Muskegon. Upon arriving
here the captain was much surprised to
learn that the Humo had not beon heard
of. At first It was expected that she had
run Into some convenient port for shel
ter. But days passed and, no tidings be
ing received 01 nor, inquiries wero mado
of other boats, but no ono had seen tho
The Thomas Hume was formerly the
H. C. Albright. She way in charge of
Capt. Harry Albright's son. Besides the
captain, she had a crew of six men, all of
Brilliant Society Event.
Walworth, N. Y., May 29. This vil
lago will ho the scene on juno 1U 01 a
very brilliant society event In tho mar
riago of two nieces of ox-Fresidont
Grover Cleveland. At noon on that dav
the double wedding will take placo, the
contracting parties being (Jharles W,
Hamilton, of Denver, Col., and Miss El
len L. Yeomans, and Joseph A. Reed, ot
Beatrico, Nob., and Miss Anna G. Yeo
mans. Tho brideiaro daughtors of Hon
L. T. Yeomans, whoso wife is ex-PresI-
dont Cleveland's sister. Air. and Mrs.
Cleveland are expected to bo present on
tho happy occasion.
The Rubber Trust Dissolved.
Trenton, N. J., May 29. A secret
meeting of tho Central Rubber Trust was
held hero and, While tho business trans
acted was not mado known, it is gen
erally understood in rubber circles that
the trust has dissolved. The Btnr and
Hamilton Rubber Companies, which
failed, wero membors of tho trust. It
was dissolved so that tho other rubbor
companies would not bo held account
able for the debts of tho fulllug concerns.
Fasquallnn Not to Wed or Act.
New York, May 29. Tho fact that a
young Italian called at the City Hall and
said ho intended to marry Pasqualina Rob
ertlelto, who was acquitted of murdering
her lover, gave rise to tho rumor that
sho was about to wed. Sho denied tho
truth of tho story, and also that sho wa3
going on tho stage, Sho said, through
an interpreter, "I no inarryj I llvo now
always with my father."
Romcuibcrcd Ills Victim's Rolatlvos.
Dover, N. IL, May 29. Julius MoAr.
thur, tho horso thlof who shot and causod
tho doath of Doputy Sheriff Charlos
Smith of Barrington, has made his will,
which includes a bequost of $700 to tho
nearest relatives of his victim.
X.eut. Casey's Sluyor Acquitted,
Sioux Falls, S. D., May 20. -Plenty
Horses has Doen acqulttod. tho judga
charging tho Jury to that effect.
Some merchants get the
best they can; some get the
meanest they can.
Your dealer in lamp-chim-neys-what
does he get for you?
There are common glass and
tough glass,tough against heat.
There are foggy and clear.
There are rough and fine.
There are carefully made and
You can't be an expert in
chimneys ; but this you can do.
Insist on Macbeth's "pearl
ton" or "nearl glass" which-
.unp vrm rnnnire. Thev
" v .K 3 ii Jjt
are Tlgnc in ail UlUbC Wdys , ciuu.
they do not break from heat,.
not one in a hundred.
Be willing to pay a nickel
more for them,
I'lttBtrarg. 080. A. MAOBllH & CO.
W. Baker &Co.'s
from which tho excess ol
oil has beon removed, la
and it is Soluble.
aro used in its preparation. It has
more than three times tha strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is thereforo far mora
economical, costing less than one cenl
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily DiaESTED,
and admirably adapted for. invalid?
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocors ovorywhoro-
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Sold by all dealers.
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Moulu, Thrvit, Irritation.., fioatj.
iniji), lafioiafuatLni, Kidnejn
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