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MURDERED BY A MOB
HIS FI6HTF0R LIFE wolffsftCMEBWiw
flighest of all in Leavening Power. U. & Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
iV Family of Sovmi Forsons
Killed by Italians.
Dolails of tho Tragedy at sMfaWlS:
Used br men, omen snd children.
BUTCHERED AND THEN BURNED.
BAKER IS LIABLE TO DIE.
All the Viotlma Had Their Throata Out
Anderson is nt Present in the Village
Prctentt in the nntt elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUO dUlOE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming nil 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, IMR AND BOWELS.
It h the most oxcellht remedy known to
CISWE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one it liiliom or Constipated
, so TH AT
PURL BLOOD, REFRE8HIKQ SLEfff,
HEALTH nnd STRENGTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUIl ORUQO'ST FOR
MANUFACTURED ONLY DY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
tOUISVIUE. KY NEW YORK. N. f.
John R. Coye,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE Bedimll'8 Builiiino,
Cor, Main and Centre Streets. SHENANDOAH, PA.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
i A two and one-half story double frame
aweiung nouf.e, witn sure-room and lev
taurnnt. Located on Kasl Centre street.
li A, valuable property located on Houth Jar
3 Heveu ilwe'llrjr; homes nt Hie corner of Glh
bcrt end Lloyd streets. Gt od Investment:
I fc-. . T "
RhenmAtiflm. n ritlcrln nlonrisrv ntul Inmhiurnn
wi at uiitf, uenuxne itir muo uy an uruKSiBiii
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
W. Baker & Co.'s
from 'which tlio oxcess ol
oil has been removed, Is
anit it is Soluble,
are useil In Ha preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is thoroforo far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a ckj). It Is delicious, nourishing,
niruugiucmug, easily digested,
' .1 .1 ! !. 1 i l j . .
tiuu wnuiniuiy nuapicu lor invalids
. ,1 e i ...
as ivuu u iui- persons in neaitn.
Sold by Crocora ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
frill fc 58
lUve cured llianv thti iwnd .a - Cure .iaiunt nrantiimr.'
honelef, hV the li-st i,tvKlri:.i I-rom fret In
rapi'lly disappear, nl fn tn r1i,9.t Vat two-thirds t,f aj
BMnUlsofibir TCH HSWO in-Hltuvwl (;n p P l-y mill. H
sculous cure. tl.it UMl O furt.l.!ict I WX.U ou crdei
Uul. tend ten Ct.1- tt t . p- l -jy . ' t itfB -wrka-
Die ii. u t.itvr- X W. XtiTantamjv
Un m tivablert ltU ihofw &rue-(nrr Irroculortti- -
f,a itly 1 lilow-ri i i,M ur jjiuMTt, or fti. 1
tu . .rial ftiiiibs i-1 iculiur tetU?tr h. br.
Use CtJ. nLiCIOiNF.'P OfiebrnlRii
CTIl HLGULATiNG PILLS
Th y bh Rft net-
.i., i ii.l 'r.t tio of I
t tftv hi ti 1. Artdr.
and mind brm
If yon contemplate
cial Hehool. tt will
ray yon to visit the 'RoUlIhSTEU 111)81-
f'- univAttiUTi uelored'Cldlng wliero.
though ynu may live n tliout-and miles away.
It stands at tlio liead of the list of commor.
clal scnools In Us character as an educational
fori e, as n medlnm lor supplylni; the business
men of the country wltu trained and capable
afBiMtti.ts, as a means ol placing ambitious
youns men and women on the high ro id to
.un.(,fluuiu uiv Mient, eieerauce ana cost
ol It equipment. ThoroughCOJIMKKl'IAl,
I IOBTJIjVM 1) AND PKAOTIUAI. tNGLIHII
C'OL'hBKl. The Twenty-beventh Annual
I'stalogue will be mailed toany address,
WILLIAMS & ROGERS,
Cliteliuter'i Enztlik Diamond llrimA.
Droeaui lor uicMitra inu via-.
Ltoie. tftieJ wliti biut rlivhnn TiLa
xentl orann id itcii ua u ui utitlUa
I ..y la it.nipi for
It ) "Itf lief for
X JUIL lll.Ul
(oil tr U lood DruciUH.
(wni ana mtintunu a i umgf uu, or teal 4ew
1 J !. tnttlttr. h MlBa
OOO Ti'RMnUI. Sam J-aptr,
A TIORNE Y-AT-LAir.
Office Beddll'r bDtldlor corner W!n sod Oentit
and Were Eepaateilly Stubbed,
It I Ilrlh vrcl Tlmtlineiillennf tlio rmnlly
lintlsnt. it tlui Crlino Trmseity nt n Itnll
A Diinpnrnilo Cnunrs Murder nnd
1'nutc Threo l'arsnni Kllloil mid the
CATTLBTTSnDiio, Ky., Aug. 3. 'W'ayno
County, W. Va.( was the scene of n, series J
of murders last lilcht. Mr. Urumfiohl,
his wifo aud Ave children wore mur
dered in n most horrible manner nml
their bodies consumed by fire.
About midnight fit) Itnliun railroad
laborers became drunk nml started on 11
tour of devastation. The Brumlleld fam
ily were thought to have considerable
The Italians went to Brumflold's resi
dence and wore refused admission. Doors
and windows were then forced open. Mr.
Brumlleld with his two half-growu sons
fought with desperation, but waro final
ly murdered, their throats belnit cut
from ear to ear and the bodies repeatedly
stabbed. Mrs. Brumfleld and her three
little children were next killed by the
drunken Italians, who then searched the
house for money and set it on fire.
Ah soon as Sheriff Spurlock heard of
the murder ho summoned a posso of the
most brave nud determined men In Wayuo
County and started upon a searoh for th6
Every Italian camp on the Norfolk &
Western Railroad has boon searched thor
oughly, and should they bo fortunate
enough to dlBcovertho murderers a repe
tition of tho Now Orleans affuir will bo
the result, with no time for Jury-brlhlug.
The people are thoroughly aroused nud
determined thnt blood shall be tho only
Mr. Ilrumfield was Influential and
wealthy. Two or three years ago, while
county commissioner, ho opposed tho
bulldins of a new court house, and thus
made many enemies. Tho court house
was built, and it is thought that the
murderous work was tho result of tho
old feud, and that Iirumllold's enemies
supplied the Italians with liquor and
then pointed out tho path to tho residence.
TRAGEDY AT A BALL.
Tlireo Deuths Callsnd br H Touch CliarHO
tnr AVI10 liiilated on Dancing.
DurtAKdo, Col., Aug. 8. News has Just
been received hero of a terrible tragedy
which occurred at a ball in the Blue
Mountains Saturday night.
While tho dancing was going on n
tough chnractor by the name of Tom
Roach tuslsted on dancing, flo was
drunk and armed with a knife and pis
tol. Ho was not allowed to dance and
rnised a row.
Frank Hyde tried to quell tho disturb
ance, nnd was stnbhed by Roach in sov
oral places and soon after died. A cow
boy by the numo of William McCord
tried to pacify Rouch. This soemed to
enrage Ranch more than over, and draw
ing his revolver he killed McCord on the
A boy slipped away to a house near
by, nnd, securing a Winchester, returned
to tho ball room and took aim and Urod
at Roanli, killing Mrs. Walton, nn es
timable lady, living in tho community.
In the excitement Rouch oscaped aud
is still at large.
A Hew Yuik Mun At niched While Writ
ing n. Letter.
New York, Aug. 8. A mysterious
shooting case occurred early last night in
the apartment house No. "SO West Forty
While Charles C. Goodwin was engaged
in writing a letter in his room, Bertram
Webster, an acquaintance, opened the
door nud stood upon the threshold with a
revolver in his hand. Without uttering
n word Webster fired at Goodwin, who
fell to tho floor with a bullet in his ab
domen. Webster coolly walked down stairs nnd
told the janitor that Goodwin was slok
and needed a doctor, after which ho disap
peared and hus not since been soon.
Goodwin was taken to the hospital
and will probably die. Ho is a bachelor,
aged 85, and Webster is a married man
tiO years of age. The police profess to
believe that Mrs, Wohster, who is young
and pretty, is the cause of tho shooting.
Largest Steel l'lnnt lu the World,
Baltimore, Md., Aug. 8. Tho first Bos
somer steel produced in Maryland was
blown at Sparrow's Point, Saturday, by
the Maryland Steel Company, whose new
works are said to bo the largest and most
complete steel rail plants In the world.
The mills will not be In full blast for a
fortnight more, but when in complete
operation they will have a cap.tclty equal
to one-third of tho total production of
theBessomersteel works of Greut Britain.
Infatuated Wltti the Snlvutlon Array.
MiDDLBTOWK, Conn., Au . 8. Captain
Goodrich, of the Salvation Army is ao
cusud of beiug responsible for the disap
pearance of Mrs, Pagan, who signed a
deed of separation Saturday from her
husband. It is thought Mrs. Fagan has
gone to Chicago with a letter to Captain
Goodrich's sister, but this tho captain
Cnned hr a Drunken Ilusbanil.
New York, Aug., 8. To escape the
fury of a drunken husband Mrs. Bow.
meyer, ocoupylng the second floor flat of
No. 083 Eat Thirteenth street, throw
her-elf out of a window of her apart
ments last evening, recotvlng internal
Injuria from tho effects of which she
Etipcke's Comet Iton Tlmo.
Mouht Hamilton, Cal., Aug. 8. The
well-kowu periodical comet of Eneoke
was rediscovered this morning Ht Lick
Obsorvatory by E. E. Barnard. It Is very
faint and is following closely the path
predicted for It br Dr. Barklund.
A rroitllueut llaltlluoreen Dead.
Baltimore, Md., Aug, D. Jacob See
mulUr, a director of tho Baltimore &
Ohio Railroad nnd also of several banks,
died at the Doer Park Hotel, la Western
Maryland, last night.
THE NEW BALLOT LAW.
KULI, TKXT OF I'KNNSVI.VANIA'S NKW
Stc. 10. The enunty comiiileslrmprs
oreaeli eouuty ftlmll provide for osoh
eleutlon district lu which nn oIhcIIi'U
Is to lit) hull), (ixcept in I'lrctlotir fur
township nud hoiough ollice, two setH
cif Mich Imllnts each ol not let-s than 75
for 1 very 50 nnd fraction if 60 voters
therein i8 contained upon theusxei-sor's
tint. They shall tilso prepare full In
structions for lite guidance of voters hs
to (ibtutninu ballots, ih to tho manner
of niurkini? them nud tho method of
guiulUK itHslfitnnco, and as to obtaining
niw ballots iti plueeof thopo accident )y
ppniled. and they shall respectively
cause the smug, together with copier
of seullon-i 81 to 30 inclusive of this net
to be printtrti in Iarne cletr typo on sep
arate cards to bo enl'ed cards of instruc
tion. They shall also eatine to be
printed ou tinted paper and without
tho facsimile indorsements an equal
number of copies of tlio form ol the
ballot provided for each votlug place
at each election therein, which cliall ho
called specimen ballots, and at each
election they shall furnish to each
votiug place, toeether with the ballots
to be used there a suflleient number of
cards of instruction aud specimen bal
lots for use as required lu section 21 of
thlsact. They shall ulsoprovldeloreach
election district at every election there
in two copies of tho assessor's lists of
voters aud shall deliver the same us
such lists are now delivered, one copy
to be called the "ballot checklist" for
the inspectors in charge of the ballots
aud the oilier copy to he called the
"voting checklist," to be used lu mark
ing the names of those who have voted
and the numbers of their ballots, as
now required hy law.
Bee. 17. The two sets of ballots, to
ge'her with the specimen ballots and
cards of instruction printed by the
county commissioners as herein pro
vided, shall he packed by them in sep
arate sealed packages, with marks on
the outside clearly designating the
election districts for which they are in
tended and the number of ballots of
each kind inclosed,
They Bhall then bo sent by the
county commissioners of the respective
counties s-epaiately uud at diUVrent
Hints or by tliflereut methods to the
judges of electiouat the several voting
placts so as to be received by them, 0110
to' ou the Saturday before tho day of
election aud the other set on the Mon
day befoie the day of election. The
respective judges of election ehall on
delivery to them ot such packages
return receipts therefor to the com
missiouer, who shall keep a record of
the tune u htftt and the manner In
which thfi several packages areseut,
and bhall prucve for the period of one
year tho receipt of tho said Judges of
election. Fur elections of ofllcers of
township? aud boroughs and of elec
tion ( llle.-rs uud school directors lu the
Etime, the auditor shall provide for
tach election district tevcnly-llve bal
lots for evn;y llfty and fraction of fifty
voters on the assessor's list and an
tqual number el' specimen bullols, and
shall obtain from the county commis
sioners the requisite uarda of instruc
tion, which f-hull ho delivered with the
ballots to the jndgesof election tbeday
before the day of election.
See. 18 In enso the ballots to be fur
nished t any voting pluce in accord
ance wllh the provisions of this act
shall fall for any reason to be duly de
livered, Oi' lu Ci-.sj after delivery they
Bhall be destroyed or stolen, It shall bo
theduty of the jttdgo of election of such
voting place to eaue t titer ballots to
bo prepared substantially in the form
of theballots so wanting, and upon re
ceipt of such other ballots from him,
accompanied by u stateineut under
oath that the same have been so pre
pared and furnished by him, and that
the original bullols have so tailed to be
received or have been so destroyed or
stolen, the election officers shall cause
the ballots so substituted to be used in
lieu of the ballots wauling as above. It
shall be the duty of the county com
missioners of each county to mall com
plete specimens of the ballots aud other
necessary papers by registered letter
to thejuugeof elections of each election
district at least four days before tho
electlou, to enable him to comply wl h
the directions of this section.
miVATE STALLS FOIt VOTERS.
Sec. 10. The county commissioners
of each county Bhall provide for each
election district therein, at each elec
tion, a room large enough to be fitted
up with voting shelves and a guardrail
as hereinafter provided, If in auy
district no such room can he rented
or otherwise obtained, the said com
mlsslouers shall cause to be constructed
for such district i temporary room of
adequate size to be used as a votiug
room; they shall also causo all the said
rooms to be suitably provided with
heat and light, and with a suillcient
number of votiug shelves or compart
ments at or In which voters mny con
veniently mark their ballots, so that In
the marking thereof they may be
screened from the observation of others
nud a guardrail shall be so constructed
and placed that only such persons as
are Inside said rail cau approach within
six feet of the ballot box aud of such
votiug shelves or compartments. The
arrangemeut shall be such that neither
the ballot box nor the voting booths
shall be hidden from view of those
Just outside tho said guardrail. The
number of such votiug shelves or
compartments shall not bo less than
one for every fifty names on the as
sessor's list, but shall not in any case
be less than three for the voters quali
fied to vote at such voting place. Mo
persons other than tho election officers
aud voters admitted as hereinafter
provided shall bo permitted within the
tho said rail except by authority of the
election ofllei rs for the purpose of keep
tug older and enforcing tho law, E'icli
voting Hhelf 01 compartment shall he
kept provide I with proper supplies
uml couveuiences for marking the bal
lets. Ptc. 20. To provide for tho cost f
said shelves or compartments and
guardrails in the year of 1M)2, the
seeietaiy of the comtitotiwo ilth, the
tecretary of internal aflalrs ami the
auditor getieral shall be and they are
hereby constituted a board to decide
upou a pattern of the wtld shelve or
compartments, and a pattern of the
said gtiurdrullH nnd upou the material
to he used for them, and such other
furniture or uppHrntus as 11 my be
necessary, arid to tlx a limit cost of
the snme per shelf or compartment and
per linear foot of lull, ami the said
hoard shall within two months after
the passage of this uot notify the com
missiouers of the te pcetive count lew
of the pattern adopted and of the limit
of cost,aud tho said commissioners, ufler
they have provided tho said shelves or
compartments aim gusrurallH, shall
eeiid to the auditor general of the com
monwealth u statement of the votiug
placts in the county, naming them,
uud of the number of shelves or com-
nartmeuts provided for each according
to tho pattern adopted and of the cost, of
tlio same, not exceeding tne limit to uu
tlxed as aforesaid, which stateineut
shall bo eigued by tho said commis
sioners, verified by the allltlavitof one
of them ami unproved by the county
controller or audltorj. On receipt of
mo satu stateineut tue auditor geuerttl
shall draw warrants upou the treasury
of tho eommouwtalth in favor of thu
treasurers of the counties from which
the said statements shall have beeu
received for the sums therein staled to
be due, and thu state treasurer Is
hereby directed to pjy the said
The said shelves or compartments
and guardrails shall thereafter be tho
property of the respective counties, and
no lurther allowance shall be made to
the counties by the auditor general for
providing the same.
Bee. 21. At the opening of the polls
in each voting placo the seals of one
package shall he publicly broken,
and the said package shall be
opened by the judge of elections.
The cards of instruction shall
be Immediately posted at or in
each voting shelf or compartment pro
vided inaccordance with thl9acti'or tho
marking of the ballots, nud not lea
than three sikIi ctirda aud not less than
live spcl men ballots shall he i ruined 1
alelypost d In or about the voting room
outside the guurdrail, and such cards
and specimen ballots shall be given to
auy volenti his n quest. The second set
of ballotbshull he retained unopened by
the respective judges t election uutll
they are needed for thepurposs of vot
ing. See. 22. Auy person deslrlner to vote
shall give his name nnd residence to
one ot the election ellleers In charge of
theballots, who shall thereupon an
nounce the same in a loud aud distinct
tone of voice, and if such name is found
upou tho ballot chock list In- thn in
spector or clerks lu charge thereof he
snail msewiso repeat 1110 said name,
and tin voter shall be allowed to enter
tho space inclosed hy thoguardrall un
less his right to vote be challenged.
No person whoso narao Is not on rim
said list or whose right to vote shall bo
challenged hy n qualified citizen shall
oe unmiuen witnin saiu guardrail until
be has established his right to voto lu
the manner now provided by law, and
his name if not ou the checklists shall
then be added to both lists. Assoon ns
a voter Is admitted within tho rail tho
election olllcer having charge of the
ballots shall detach a ballot from
tho stub and give 'it to tim
said voter hut shall first fold it
so that the words printed on the hack
and outside as provided lu section 15 of
this act shall be the only wording
visible, and no ballotshall be voted un
less folded in the same manner. Not
more than one ballot shall be given to
a voter except as Is provided In section
20 of this act. As soon as a voter re
ceives a ballot the letter "H" shall he
marked against hi nameou the margin
of the ballot checklist; but no report! of
the number of the ballots shall be made.
on the said lists. Resides the election
officers and such supervisors as are
authorized by the laws of the United
States or overseers appointed hy tho
courts 01 mis common weaitn, uot mor6
than four voters lu excess of the num
ber of voting shelves or compartments
provided shall be allowed iu said in
closed space at one time.
TO nE CONTINUED.
Ren Serpen! Almud of Mel niuld.
inunntf A,,. ft T1ia llttlA Am.rlnnn
boat Sen Serpent, whloh is racing uoroas
the Atlantic ng.uust me .uoriuaui iruin
trnm Unutnii. was missed vesterdav about
60 miles from the Scllly Isles.
What the Druggists say
' When we are ua(un! to reoomtueud a prev ra
tion for slcln diMtfuw, we haml out Hkikiu.is
Ointment, wliti every coiittilemw of ttaeuooee
ful treatment of the ilftwue."
J. C. I.bdiuk. S Main St., llutler, Ta.
"I have been eelllnff Ubikk&ll'n Ointuknt
for Jo vou yeurs. Itglvut unlvcrou) satin fact lop
It will eurw Tkttek.
tl. V. Hack en hero er, rjolnbrldge, I
We have evidence of tlie curative propertir
of ItKisKuLL'a Ointuknt here. It U u oot?
Flkuinq A EttLF.n, Turcntum, To.
MIn all akin tllseottcs I Invariably reoommed
J. J. KEit, Miartbur, To,
Keiskh'-l's Ointuknt cures when all els
falls," Mt t'LKLi.AN ltKMi, rrecport, Pa,
"Hkiskull'h Ointment nHis on Its own
merit " XL U. Uihon. KutaiinlLi, 1'a,
Ilnlli Men Sny thnt Ilucli Other I'litlml till
l'lulol rirot-Tho Trimble All (lrw Out
of al'iiliiIlT Cjimrrfl Mi". linker Cmnnl
the Shunting hy Clulmlllt: Sho Wli In
sulted hy Andoi-tiuii.
Siko Sitto, N. Y., Aug. 8. Isaac New
ton Baker, Col, Robert G. Ingorsoll's pri
vate secretary, who was shot S.iturday
evening by Orvlilo Anderson at Croton
Landlug, is still lingering between life
nnd death vtith four hullot holes iu his
Audorson is nt present In tho vlllngo
lock-up, wliero ho gavo to-day his rimion
for the shooting, lie said that lie was
going to the postoflloe about -1 o'clock, at
ho usually does, and met Baker soon af
ter ho got oil the train. Baker stopped
hhu and proposed that they tnlk over
thoir differences and see if there was uot
some way ot settling their trouble?,
which were about the apartmonts of tlio
house they ouch occupied. While they
wero talking Mrs, U ker appeared on the
scene, nud, poiutlug to Audorson, said
that ho had lusulted her thnt morning
lu the hallway. Baker then took up
what she said and made a motion us if to
fot his pistol. Anderson says that ho'
noticed him nnd that ho quickly drew his
revolver to defend himsolf. Mrs. Baker
ihon jumped between them.
Both mun snld thnt each other pulled
his pistol first, but Anderson was tho
only one that fired, as Baker's right arm
was shuttered before lie could shoot aud
his pistol was not discharged.
Charles C. Fisher, Jr., a hrakemnn, said
he was passing after tho shooting oc
curred, wheu Anderson called out to him
to take the pistol f. 0111 Mrs. Baker, who
was trying to got possession of it. Ander
son handed his pistol to Fisher, while he
said he had to strugglo to got possession
of Baker's, who exclaimed:
"My darling, I stood to my flag liko a
His wifo answered: "Yes, tny doar,
this robot has done you this time."
Anderson said that on Thursday last
they both mot In tho depot nud that
Baker spoke In 11 snnrllng way aud mado
n motion as if to got his pistol. He said
ho carried a pistol ever since.
The Bakers had lived in Now York
until last April, when the advertised in
tho newspapers for rooms in the country,
nnd received an answor from Mr. Andor
son, who had loused tho mansion called
tho Moody house. ArrangoniontH were
mnda hy which Baker occupied up stairs.
Everything wont on smoothly until ro
contly, when tho families begun to quar
rel about little things, and sneered at
each other in tho hall. The dividing of
tho fruit in tho otchard wai tho mos? ro
PAflNELL AT THURLES.
Itecolved 12utliusliitlcnlly- by a Multitude
Dcrlin, Aug. 8. Notwithstanding tho
threats and iutlmatious of the uutt-l'ar-uollltes,
the reception of Farnell at
Thurlos, yesterday, was most enthusi
astic. A multitude ot people nttonded the
meeting, most of them from tho country,
and nenrly all ardent iu favor of Farnell,
The streets wero adorned with Irish
flags and arched with evergreens. The
peoplo took tho horses from l'nrnoll's car
riage and dragged the carriage, with
Parnoll in it, to the mnrket square.
There Parnoll delivered au address In
his usual language. Reaffirmed that his
policy was unchanged, that ho distrusted
tho Liberal party, and would keep his
hands unfettered until he had seen clear
evidenco ot an houost purpose to fulfill
Ho warned O'Brien and Dillon to bo
careful not to be drawn Into a dangerous
courso by blind confldouco iu Mr. Glad
stone. A (330,000 Illcyclo Itnco.
New Oni.EAjjs, Aug. 8. B. W. Cnson,
Jr., tho 10-year-old local champion, and
Chillies B. Gulllotte, tho ox-champion,
rodo n flve-mlle race for tho State cham
pionship. The prize was a diamond
medal, hut fully $20,000 was wagered by
friends on the outside. Csson spurted
away in tho last quarter after a slow
race and won easily in 10m. 8 -t-5a.
Hitter Feeling lletiveell Iudlun Faction!.
Chamdehli.v, S. D., Aug. 8. Tho Sioux
Commission now nt the lowor Brule
agency has done nothing dofiutto yet.
Ono faction ot tho Indians want tho
agency movod north ot tho Missouri
River, while another insists thnt It be
moved north of the White River to tho
Rosebud Reservation. The feeling bo
tween the two factions Is bitter.
Baltimoiie, Md., Aug. 8. August Pfell,
a kettlemnu nt tho National Brewery,
directed young Hugo Giving to clean out
the machine, While tho boy was nt work
Ffoll signalled to tho engineer to start
tho machinery. Tho hoy was fatally
hurt. The coroner's jury committed Pfell
for causing his doatb.
Tout IM117 Mupeotrd,
May's Landino, N. J Aug. 8. The
whereabouts ot James A. Cox, who loft
his home lu Brooklyn July It to come ,
hero are still unknown, Friends ot the ,
missing Mian lu this place, where ho was
well known, aro couvlucd he has mot
With foul pkiy.
He or She Mint Ille.
NuWAnK, N. J., Aug. 3. Adalln.
Brown, who cowhlded the Rev. V, C Ja
son, of St. John's Church, was roleased
on $200 bull. Henry Ballard was her
bondsman. She deolares that she will
kill Pastor Jason aud that either ho 01
she must tlle.-
Conway hentetieetl to Death,
Losuox, Aug. 3. John Conway, tho
steamship fireman, who has been found
guilty of murdering Ue fifteeu-year-old
boy, whose body wns found floating in
Harndon Dock, Liverpool, ou May 10 last,
was sentouced to doatb. iu that olty,
Juilse lltllillllon Staple Head.
WonciBTEit, Mass., Aug. 8. Judge
Hamilton Staples, of the diiiorlourUourt,
died here last night lu bis 0M year. Ue
had suffered for several weeks from a
tumor ou his kidney, the cause ot his
Brother oome mt and tat me bo todde. Will my
ttu. nn hand- 1 o i-M
Ot i.onnm tUejr vuU itiator, Uk&um Pftf, p&Lulea
the trtpdm 'vitli
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M. A YUM
Ask my iiL'Cii'" for W. I.. Dnimlns Mine.
It nut lor Mile in jour Mitten nek jour
li'iiler to scnil (,ir eMIiiliiciie, securo tlio
llgrnay, ami net tlil-rtt lor ml.
fir TAKE Ml sil,'lllSTlTlITE.ej
r; aUtC; GENTLEMEN
rHt iiE3T SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It Is astainh-Ksshot, with no tacks or wax thread
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and ens v nnd bceaune we make more shws of this
ornilf than unu other mnmtfiictniei; It eriuals hand
B'w ilnlHH'8LOstliin from 5U.ijO to 81.1 0.
0C OlMifmiluc Itmiil-HcuiMl. the finest calf
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tom-mnde shoe cost lnir fiom $H.tt) to y.(X.
fflt HO I'nllcn hhiii't Kitrmera, Hnllro.id Men
vwi and Li Uor Curriers nil wear them; ituecalf,
seanih"s, Binooth luilde. heavy threo Boles, exteu
elon otlre. One pair will wear it j ear.
QCp at) flnn rnll'i no letter shoe ever offered at
ihiD prlt-et one trial will convince thooo
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SO -5 mill .l Worliliimiiiiii'N shoes
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Cl V C J t'J.(i(t nnd SI. 7 school shoe am
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prico aro stamped on the lKttom of each shoo.
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