FOR FOUR MILLIONS
Abraham Backer of Now York
Makes an Assigumcnt.
GLENDALn VICTIM ; WolffsAGllBlacking
rlighest of all in Leavening Power. U. Gov't Repott, Aug. 17, 1889,
Tho Murdered Girl Idonliilcd
by Her Uncle.
"iftbWtlM I "fern
Used by awn, women and ebildrm.
DUE TO TEH MONEY MARKET.
SAID TO BE MATILDA HABER.
He YTas a Dasher in Oommeroial Fapar
and "Dry Good.
She Left Her Horn la Oooneotiont With
Presents in the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOF
FIQ8 OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to he
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative tv perma
nently cure Habitual tonsti
ration, and the many ills de
luding on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy Known to
CLEANSE WE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
so i HAT
PURL BLOOD, REPRMHlHQ SLRBP,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Every one 5s using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUOWST FOn
MANUMOTURED only by
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
wuisviue. m new york. n. r.
Mm R. Coye,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE UBDDALIi'a BUIMIINO,
Msln and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
J A two nnd one-halt story double frame
av tiling mjiite, im st--re-room mm rue.
taurant. Located on Last Centte etieet.
ii A valuable property located on tjoulh Jar-
IS Heven ''.we'llnr; houses at the corner of 011-
nert ana lids a streets. Ocod luvr-stmcut.
rerais reus mamc.
tilth OH mat Jam. notifAlmM. Tiln ri sit it rul lamhnovil
"'Hipuaiiuin . (ytTTi'sinc it svb vy ail unisivuii
GOLD MEDAL, PABI3, 1378.
ra t, tx. i.
from which tho oxcess pt i
oil lias be ou removed, Is
aud it is Soluble.
taro used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
? Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and Is therefore far moro
: economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, EAsiiyr digested,
land admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons lu health.
Sold by Grocers evorywhoro.
W. BAKER. & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
mrncurcit lt..ry th. ...an.1 :.- s Cu psli-nls pmtirs.nt.il
hotclevfc - tin. ici.. ih,MLia'.- 1-,-jni bit ilose wnirion..
Up! lly dls.l pe ir Mil In lti. Usl leant two-third, of ,'i
Symptom ure rni c ve.l. Sou.! (i r t7p t? TJIOOI! f I
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i V NlVRItrtlTY before dicldlnir where,
i r y u may ltvo a thousand nillns away.
!. i 's nt the I'ead of the list of coinmer-
i.imMu Its character as an cduoatlnnal
i an flinm lorstipplylnx the buslnt-s
. i i in- country with trained and capable
1 'i-, as a means ot placing ambitious
mi a nro wmuen on the hlghro dto
- td nthe extent, eJtunnre nd ont
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-i.--. The Tveoty.Mveuth Annual
: it m HI be mailed to any address.
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In -i.nps fr fi.rtl'ulftr UltlBWfiiU. sol
II It. ll.r ful l-iull..' in Utter, hv Mtum
I-pA if jinn- jm.wuii i 'ii.wii.il -.4.1. tvpir,
Clili-h. or I tieulcol C'o.,iiul.aua4iui.r
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A TIORNEY'A T-LA W,
Bcffce-Brdil'll'i bnlldlnf corner lUtniml Centr'
! J Hi
Tlio Asset OlileUy In Southern Itallroad
Securities He Owned a Xnrgv 31111 In
Counoctlotlt A Hell of That fjifalltors
Will bo l'alit In Full-Tlio Assignment
n Surprise. In Financial Circles.
New York, Aug. 4. Abraham Bicker,
dealer In commercial paper at No. 380
Broadway, has made an assignment
without preference, to Benjamin F. Ein
stein, of Townseud, Dyett & Elustolu,
laWers, at No. 887 Broadway. Tho an
nouncement of the assignment oreated u
Mr. Baoker was n heavy dealer in com
menial paper and also the capitalist of
the Arm of Beokcr & Oo., dry goods com
mission merchants at No. 88S Uroadway.
lie also manufactured goods at Glaston
bury, Conn,, where he hail a large mill.
The be goods wru prlnoipally for tho
Southern trade, Mr. Backer having boon
a Southern merchant tor many years,
coming to Now York about 27 years ago.
His original business in the South was
principally In grocorios and liquors. Ho
then got Into tba cotton business, Inter,
into cotton goods and then Into ooiu
merolal goods In Philadelphia, but sold
out five, years auo ami Wout to Glaston
bury, Conn., where bo purchased mill,
lie sold tho uoods which he manufac
tured there through bis own firm of A.
Backer & Co. His assignment, it is Bald,
does not altect this firm, although he
was the principal partner and capitalist,
bla son N. C. Backer, being the "Co."
Mr. Backer could not bo found at bis
otllco during the day. The clerks said ho
did not come down to business on account
of tho assignment, and that it Was a com
plete surprise to them. His liabilities
are said to be about $1,000,000, of which
$3,500,000 aro direct and $1,500,000 con
tingent. Tho latter, It Is said, are all
right, and he does not expect to logo any
thing thereby. Tho contingent liabilities
aro endorsements on commercial paper
discounted by the banks. The liabilities
are principally to bauks in this city and
elsewhere, and there is also some to in
dividuals. A friend of Mr. Backer said to-day that
nit hough tho liabilities woro about
000.000, Mr. Baoker would not bo called
upon to pay tho ontlro amount, as over
ouo-third are notes of other parties which
Mr. Backer indorsed, but wliloh will be
taken cure of by the makers. These aro
considered good, and Mr. Backer does not
anticipate any lass on that account.
His assets, if they tiro properly taken
care of, and pan out as expected, will
more than cover his liabilities, and he
was very liopjful that all his creditors
would bo eventually paid in full. The
assets, tho gentleman continued, include
about $1,600,000 of the bonds of the
Qccorgin, Southern & Florida liailrond
and the Macon & Blrmlngiiam Railroad,
about $7jJ,000 Alabama State bonds and
a large amount of other securities. His
mill and plant at Glastonbur , Conn., is
very valuable, and ho owns real est tto in
New York city worth from $130,000 to
THE SUMMER CAPITAL,
Pl'esltlont nml Mrs. Harrison Attuiid n
Connnrt lit ChiiUniitP.
Cafe May, N J., Aug. 4. Last evening
the President, Mrs. Harrison mid Mrs.
Eaton attended the concert at Chnlfoute,
given for tho benefit of St. Margaret's
A nutnbor of children from the Seaside
Home called on tho Summer Capital
children and entertained them with songs
Private Secretary Halfonl and Miss
Sanger nro working bard to catch up
with tho big oluciul correspondence of
The President took a walk over to the
Cape during the day, returning by. the
.Delaware Bay road.
A Clarsyman lSurned.ft Dentil
Palmer, Mass., Au -L &t S a. m. the
Week's House on South.Main street wai,
burned to the ground nnd tho thirty
five guests iu the house bad barely tlmo
to cscapa in their night clothes. The
Rev. Mr. Williams, a retired Congrega
tional minister who preached last year in
Holland and who had boon boardlug at
tho bouse for about n month,
was burned to death. HU body was
found about 0 o'clock in the front on
tranco burned boyond recognition, noth
ing but tho charred trunk remaining.
Eickneaaacheiina relieve aU the trouble! fnsf.
Aent to a bilious state of the system, suoh 03
Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after
eating, l'aln la tho Bide, &0. While tholr most
rsmajiable eiiGcess has been shown In cuilcg ,
Hoaaaehe, yet Oartera Llttlo Liver MM ftra
equally Talnablo In Constipation, curing and pro
TosUng this annoying cowiilotiit, whl le they also)
correct alldisordursof thebtomacUtlmulate tha
liver and regulate the tjovral. venUthoyoul7
tfi.csthey would bo nlmostprloeleBsto tboso who)
emer from dls distressing complalnti but fortu
nately tbelrcoodnesa docs cotonu hero.and those
who onoetrythom'w ill find thedo little pills vain
able In o tcany vrays that they will not bo wit
Usg to do without them. Uat after aUalelt htail
(lathe bane of so many Uvea that hero la Vfhera
ivemakeci'-rorwit baut. OurpUlacureltwtiila
Others do not.
Carter's Little liver rills are very small anil
very easy to take. One or two pills mako a dose,
trboy are strictly vegetabls auu do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentle action please all who
uaolhem. Invlilsat 23 cents live for tl. Bold
by drugglets everywhere, or sent by mau,
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New Yorkl
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
I sbk. m pa ernes, nms
Will wed his half-sister.
A Voting Man from lNtiliury rinds Ills
Fathar'n Otlirr ir.
DAJntDRT, Conn., Aug 8. Thirteen
years ago Erastns Beckett came to Dan
bury and soou built a prosperous busi
ness as a hatter. He left in England a
wife aud four ohlldren. Indifference
finally led to complete obliteration of
them, and six years ago Beokett married
a Banbury girl. Last year his oldest sou,
John Beokett, went to England on a
pleasure trip aud met the oldest daugh
ter of Erastus Beckett aud his deserted
The young man, unconscious of tholr
relationship to Erastus, fell desperately
in love with the girl and secured her
promise to marry hliu. He o .me baok to
Uaubtiry and continued the correspond
ence without any hint of the m.,ttr
reaching Erastus. A mouth ago the
yoaug man seut tor Emily and her
mother to cross tbo ocean aud join him
iu Danbury. The bride-eleet arrived In
Now York yeeterd.iy, ncoompatiied by
her mother, tho dlsonrded wife of Eras
tus. Tho news has spread throughout
tho tmvn mill rtVArvlinilx- 1m wnlt.ltiiy tn
! great curiosity for tbo moment wheu
! Erastus meets his deserted wife. Tho
young man proposes to wed Emily
whether her father liko3 It or not.
Airroed to tlio (JIuss Worker' Rente.
MiLLVitXE, N. J., Aug. 3. An official
of tho American Flint Glass Workers
Union iu this city to-day received a tele
gram from President Smith of Pittsburg
containing the information that the
Manufacturers' aud Blowers' Committee
had agreed to tho entire wage scale
adopted at Steubeuvllle, Ohio, lu July,
with the exception of the demand for a
Saturday half holiday In the prescription
branch. Another conference on the
question will be hold betweou the Matiu
factuiors' and Workers' Wage Commit
tee in August.
Dltiniiottitu(l by tho lrlnco.
Londox, Aug. 0. Disappointment
reigns In Carlsbad to day over tho an
nouncement that tho Prluco of Wales
will not go there about the middle of
August, as announced, but will take his
pleasure nt Homburg. The statement
that ho would o to Carlsbad his already
caused a riso of fifty per cent. In prices
there, and half of tho uppor aristocrucy
of London, Intending a continental vaca
tion, had engaged rooms tbero. Now
they lobo tho Prince, after nil.
Mr. lTliilue's Nloco Injured.
Washinoton, Aug. 0. Mi93 Magglo
Blaine, a nieou, of Secretary Blaine, was
seriously injured last evening by jump
ing from a carrf.tge while the horse at
tached to It was beyond tho control of
the driver. Miss limine, in her full struck
IishiI foremost on the pavom'pnl, cnnMng
concussion of the brain. Tlie young lady
wiib bartly cut about tho head, but the
pliYBlcians thj.ik the injuries will not
Pretty Kilty ('Iiantji-iui, n I'll I r and
VcifiatlU- I uvister of Hi J Solllh.
Hero is the iptet photoffrapli of Miss
Kitty Glieatbm, t'th sprkUng: little
eoubrette the public regard as
one of briff lit jstiAirament.;; of Mumigor
Daly's comr-iay of clever players. She
is a Soutbe:Ti girl, and was born in
Nashville just a score of years ago.
Her first npponraneeon thostngo was
made four yunrs ago ub Curiae in
"Erminie," a dainty impersonation still
remembered hero with ploastjro. Tho
surroundings nnd asMJeintiohs of an
opora company proved uncmigoiilul to
Jii-ss Cheatham and after a brief season
on the road olio Joined, tho Daly com
pany and has siuce been witli that or
ganization. The public know very little regard
ing her, for it has long been Manager
Daly's purpose to obliterate the indi
viduality of the members of his aom
pany by forbidding them to bo inter
viewed by newspapers. Mis Cheatham
has played a wido range of roles from
that of soubrette to leading ingenue.
YOUNG MENVOLD MEN
QET IS THE TOILS OF THE SUflHTS OF DISEASE,
They make nsrole efforts to irts inamseives.
. ens no anon -us buw w ... .u.ijr
ilSHilKEOFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
tavf gn uilD Lit.itii.ir mi sitis iuwh mmiiy
mm new Roo t
) ma ft.. ri psU, "-w
ths pbllo.oPQ7 of Dlscas-
Oriaas of Mso. sndbsw by
tij nutbodi siciuslrelv oar
own, Us worst rases ;l
Lest r rslltna U.ubool,
o.n.ral S.rrous Ds
bllltr. wssan... ei wr
Bbroal.n Orctni pan ?uS;-BiinEvELOFi;D
OKlllNS A rABTS of BODV maas plain toaU lnwrsstja.
ERIE MEDICAL CO. aUFFALO.N.Ys
A LONQ DISTANCE RIDER.
;. V. Kim-, Hit littHllKh Hlryellst
Aklio llolrtu the Keeortls.
One of the greatest long-distance
bicycle riders of the present day ft G.
1'. Mills, who was born al Hayswatjer,
England, In lsw.nnd who learned torido
at the age of 1 J years. In 1 855 M -.then
only lti years old, accomplished his first
"best on record.'' This was 2M) miles
along the Liverpool roads, on an
ordinary, in twenty-four hours, a per
formance which easily won for
him the Anfiild race. Early in
1880 he agnin won the An
flcld race. Hiding from July & to July
10 he beat the " Land's End to John
O'Qroate" record in 5 days, 1 hour, 45
minutes. On Aug. 5 he again beat the
twenty-four hours' bicycle record, do
ing 273 miles in the tune, which is, for
an ordinary bicycle, the record still.
Aug. IB to 31 incluhive again found
Mills removing a previous best. A
tricycle was requisitioned on this
occasion, four to five days plus
ten hours, the time went down.
With A. J. Wilson as his companion
Mills on Sept. 1 reduced the tandem
tricycle record for I0O miles to Oh. trim.
2-fls. October found Mills record
breaking again, and equally busy in
the racing world once more. On the
second of that month he rode his fifty
miles on 'a safety in the then record,
time of Sli. 47m. 3." 3-.1S. Three days
o. r. MILLS.
later ho was similarly successful
in his fttnek on the twenty-four
hours' safoty bicycle record, do
ing 205 miles in th- tlmo. Mills, in 1687
was again tortunute. He tncyelcd 50
miles in 3 hours and 7 minutes,
nnd later on won the North Roads 100
lnilo rase on a tricycle, beating rocord
for the distniito by doing 7 hours
4(1 minutes all the way. lie won tho
North Itouds twenty-four hours' race
on a tricycle in September of that year,
nnotlu-r record, UB7 mllos being covered
in that time, and iu company with R.
Tangloy beat tho twenty-four hours'
tandem tricycle record, covering 201$
raues. in i3s, mo last year oi nu ap
pearance to the preier.t time, he rode'
00 miles on a trioyelo in 2 hours nnd
54 minutes-, two days afterwards 100
miles on the Enino macliiuo in six hours
nml 5(1 minutes, and later on 1 10 miles
of tricycling in IS hours.
ltepubllcnn Clubs ! Menu
SntACUSE, N. Y., Aug. 4. Tho conven
tion of the Stato League of Republican
Clubs will meet nt the Grand Opera
Houso to-morrow. Secretary Hedges fig
ures out that fully 800 delegates will bo
present, and that there will be us many
mora attendant club men.
JiKW YOUK MAllK. 13.
New Voiik, Aujj. :i. Monoy on cull loaned
easy at ltia" cent,
4Kb, 1801 liou 101)1 jooif
Ht, ism Coup louu loot-,
4 s, 1007 Heir 10 loaS
4 e, 1007 Coup 117 mff
Canadian I'nclOo , 80 no
Central l'lictnc,. 110 so
Chicago, Hut & Qulney 70)1 B,';
Delaware & Iludon...., l-'JU i!j7i?
Del., Lack, i Wo-stern 131 ja
lain U)i IBM
Urlenref 45 47
LalioKliorc 107 107ti
Louis 4 Nnsli twu - 004
MlohUran Central..... 87U ml
Missouri l'oelllo t ujj
new jvimij i-L-iiiitu ,,,, iuo jm,
Northweatein iaik( lot
Oro-iou .N'iivIk ntlon 00 Oil
l'aoilui Mall , 38)4 3-1
heading Sid squ
ltook Island 0811 7 mi
Ht. Paul oiu vail
Untnu Paolfto 405S 414J
western union 70?4
Auar. Sept. Ooi.
Wheat U3U iww; iwk
Corn 70T osJ OM
OttU M&J 36 5y
Ilutter Dull and hsuvv. Slute nulls. htI '
17ko.alKai nostorn extras, 17o.alHc.
iieeso 1 airly uotlvo, Ohio Hats, 5Uo.a
Dull but steadv. Krissh. stath. 17m. b'
ISo-j western fresh 18o,al7u,
What the Druftglsts saw
of HeiskftH's Ointment:
When uu are asked to n eomnisnd a prepara
tion for skill Ulseuse, .e liunil out BKUUCHt.I.'s
Oi.vTMKN-T, wait every eumlULuee of as staves.
fill treutulenl ofthe cIih-ii.n '
J. C. Ukoii i., o Mln St., lluUer, IX
'I liavebeen selling 111 'SKI LL'S OtMTHKHT
forelevun yuars. iiim-- i.ni ersal satlsakctloaw
It will curoTsVTFit.
a. w. iuck n-ukuofb, liuinbrUce, r-
We havoevlil nee of tin ninitlve nronerUis
Of HsiHKl-:l.t.'H ilis na.i lien-. It Is a gotV
t sufVa -ft Knlks, Tarentum, Ta,
"In a't skin disoasis I ln nrinbly recommed
JllSKS.LI- st Ul.MHI 1 '
J. J. Ky.iy Miurpsburg, Pa.
'TrEisKn i s Oint mi- s r cu'i-b w him all etas
fail-- ' M. i i tn i a ,1: llKKi,, Treeport, Pa.
' II M' KLI t. s lllsl-d'sr s, Ms on t9 Own
tner" " ii u. liioics. Kiituuulu, Pa.
Site Took Over S70O Willi It"r Th
Sttlllriy I. Mlsilngr It I. SlllOSd Still
Was nobbed Iltlo lletlis: Klllasl A
Best ell fitr tho llslg I.tirer Nulr Me
In' aisde by the Pull,
New York, Aug. The body of the
irlrl who wss found murdered at Glen
Csle, U I., Sunday, has lieeu identified
by Charles R. Weber of New York as his
niece, Matilda Ha ber, ol North Haven,
Conn., w ho left that place Saturday
morning in company with a man named
The girl, who was infatuated with
Habe, Inherited several thousand dollars
from her mother aud had still $5,000 to
her credit iu the First National Bank of
When she left North Haven she bad
$TS0 on her person, aud Weber believes
sue was murdered lor the money.
The New York and Brooklyn Polios are
looklug for Habe.
Acoordlng to Weber's description Habe
Is a stout, dark complexioncd man, aged
35, nbout live feet ten Inches tall, with
heavy eyebrows, eyes olose together, blaok
mustache and goatee. He was dressed In
n light grny suit, (Handing collar, striped
necktie, a light colored Hat top derby
hat, and wore a heavy wntoh and chain.
The description of Habe tallies very
closely with that given by William H.
Lake, of Gleudale, of the tnau whom he
saw with a woman resembling ti.e dead
girl, near the scene of tho ghastly dis
covery of last Sunday.
All attempts to looato tho actual soeuo
of tho murder have proven fruitless.
There is no sign of a struggle anywhere
in tho vicinity. The woman was un
doubtedly killed nt a distance and oar
ried to the spot where her corpse was dis
covered. KENTUCKY'S ELECTION.
Tho NewConstltilllnii Adopted by n Lnrire
LorisviLLB, Ky., Aug. 4. Yosterday's
was the last eleoliou by viv.i vooe vote
that will ever be hold iu Keutuoky. The
new constitution, despite Its powerful
opposition of railroads, banks and cor
porations generally, hits been carried by
an overwhelming m . jority, aud the last
Stato constitution that still recognized
slavery Is a thing of the past.
Tho new coti3tlt.utlou will tax rail
roads, banks and stock companies, abolish
tho olTloe of Public Printer, provide for n
secrot ballot system and municipal re
forms, and also carries an anti-lottery
clause which will wipe out tho half-dozen
lottery charters now being operated, with
eeml-dally drawings nt Covlngtou and
Louisville, iu tho interests of ", ollcy"
games throughout the United States
Reports from tho cities and towns
throughout tho State Indicate that the
I Democrats have about the usual mujori
1 ty, probably 30,000. Indications tire th .t
! tho Alliance, or Peoplo's Party, vote Is
I very small, despite tho fact that every
citott was made for two months pre
ceding tho election to organize tho Al-
j Bunco men in this State, all the leaders
of that movemont of national reputation,
including Senator Pelrer and Jerry
Simpson of Kans s, Taubeueck of Illi
nois, and Davis of Texas, having
stumped tho State thoroughly. Tho
greater part of tho Alliance vote Beoma
to hnvo bcon drawn from the Republican
party. Tho vote for and against the
Constitution was without partisan slg
nlllcauco. Later returns Indloate that tho vote
for tho cousitution is fully fivo times as
groat as that against It.
Wiirtleror Webster Not Yet Cnpturod.
New York, Aug, 4. No trnoo of Web
ster who shut Charles E. Goodwin, has
yet bceu found. Goodwin died nt the
Roosevelt Hospital during tho morning.
Ha made tho following statement to
Dr. Schultze, tho house surgeon of the
hospital: "I was sitting in my room
when a man named Webster knocked ma
off my chair aud shot mo." Mrs. Webster
has been arrested. She says her husband
went to Goodwiu's apartments to d. maud
an apology for Insulting her. Goodwin
threw a cuspidoro at him and ho then
The ltiiher-Alldnrsoii Trntrody,
Croto.v Landing, Aug. 4. Isaac New
ton Baker, who was shot by Orvlllo Au
dersou lu the duel hero, was ullvo at noon.
Anderson wns nrralgnod during the
morning for nn examination beforo
Coroner Sutton. The Coroner, after list
ening to the testimony of tho witnesses,
who told substantially tho Bamo story of
tbo tragedy ns that whloh has already
been printed, committed Andorson to Jail
to await thq result of Baker's Injuries.
fimallpox ltnslui; In Limn.
WAsniNOTON, Aug. 4. Reports from
Limn, Peru, state that smallpox is
spreading there and the authorities have
not the slightest idea bow to check its
spread. Not only is It seen in ohlldren,
"t even elderly persons are subject to it
and yet very little activity Is employed
by tho Sanitary Board against imfeotlon.
In fact the doctors seem to say they
cannot get vaooino matter at any price
for their patients.
A rrospprous l'ariuer Commits Rulolde,
TliEKTOK, N. J., Aug. 4. Enoob Tln
dall, aged 00, a well-to-do farmer of
Hamilton Township, committed suicide
by drowning lu n small creek near his
home. Ilis body was found tied to the
bridge with a rope, by two boys. It Is
thought Tlud ill was deranged aud tied
his body to tho bridge to prsvont lu
A Depot Snfu lllnwn Open.
New Haven, Conn., Aug. 4, The do
pot of tho New York & New Haven Rail
road at North Havou was broken into
during tho night, the safe blown open
and robbed of $100 and !,600 tickets.
The Quiien of the llulglans Dying-.
London, Aug. 4, Tho Queen of the
Belgians has been taken suddenly ill.
She Is dying und bus received tbo last
rites of tho Roman Catholic Cuurok.
Rrothtr.ei-inP.cit '.nil W ma b infikl. WW mi
fji'-n and nandi !i totif
t ; (il, f t tu ml. rister, UeoatMv Pap painted
uia Andow mli
10o. a mrm.K iOa.
wour si maxpoua, mnatisitjsks
7 f 7 ; w
SO o'hor styie t.i :
W JI.AVI1K.T' - .
to hulr ai!
A ale Mir mro.ifst fnt V. I-
If not (oi nnfrt lti voitr plttco Ak your
uency ami vet them for you.
Car TAKE NO UDSTITUTB,-J
WHY IS TUB
W, L, DOUGLAS
83 SHOE oENfe&v. EN
THE WEST SHOE I.I THE WORLD 10R THE MONEY?
It Ii. a w;ii. llesa iiliof, with no tuck, or wax thn mt
to hurt tli f-ei; n.aiiu r the best tin., enlf. stilish
ami em.-, ami bponimi' we maf.f tiiori' nhot of tlitt
OnttUihtiit 'iny other vmnuftit finer, It eouuls hutal-Bew.-,1
Mines .- stltis from 81.1X1 to UI0.
ffiS (l tieniilni' Uniidnenetl, Iho flnc-t ml t
Mioi. uvi r nlTi reil for (.Mui equals I'reuell
lnipnrteil sh.Mi which rust from l.l to S1H.U0.
OO llniiil-Senpil Writ Whnp. flne ealf,
iIU.i, eoiiitnruilili.nuililurubln. The best
suou over ofTerwl nt tins prlee i saruo urnde as cus-toiii-made
sinies eiwtlnit from Sti.i") Ui SU-'O.
(&9 HO Police SsIiiipi I'annvrs, Itnllroail Men
C-uim ami U'tterCsrriersftll wenrthi-m, flueenlf.
settiules-t, ff.imnth lustile, tn'nvy tliree soles, extetl
alouedirc. One pair nlti weurayear.
0J 30 flu enlft 110 lietter shoe ever offered nt
tltii pilii-i one trial will convince thoso
wlioivan t a shoe for comfort anil service.
CO - nnd s-i.OO WnrlilnaDinn'n shoos
ia- ore very stmnu anil rturable, Tbnu mho
hive K'vi n them n trial will wear no other make.
Dnla' 'i-0(l nnd SI. 7.1 i-ebool shoes nrn
.r 7 , ,vl,r" ,,lu bojti every where! they sell
on tticTr merits, ns tlio luereaslns; sales show.
ssa1 isaaz :i.a(l Ilniiil-newett shoe, best
imTJiiA ICO Dmn'olu, verystyllsh; equalsFreuL-u
liniiurted abooscnstlUKfrom sl-oD to M.m.
Lnillos' -J.SO, Sei.OO ami 8)1. T5 shoo for
Hlsaesare the In st ntief)onola. RtyTlsbandtltiralile.
IJltllf lull.- Si i that W. t.. lminrl-.. nimn m.rl
price are stampetl ou tho bottom of each shoe.
ii . i.. wuuua, urocKton, Alass.
Slaonaixtioe la. 3Pi
ake aoixa TO
St ISHOtlrl, ICflllHFIH, A! tClttlHtlH,
'I'exnH, ricliriiflta, I.otiihlHiut.
Colon. H, Vtali, Collloriilti,
Ntw nicjvlco or AiIzuiiii.
nnd will scrd me a roslal oid
or letter stating
Whero you nro going,
Wlieu you are going,
Where you will start from,
How many there aro in your party,
What freight aud baggagojou have,
I tilll write you or call at your homo and
furnish you with the fullest Information
rcgnrdli.p; toutec, lowest rates of all
classes, bealtlis maj H, diacriptUe and 11
lustiated land pemphlcts, retort books,
Hot Hprlnis guides, etc.
Cheap Fnrmlng I.ai-da In Missouri, Arson
sas, Kansas and 'lexas.
J. P. McC-sNN. Eastern Trav. Agt.,
W. E. HOYT,
G. E. P. Agt., 301 Broadway ,New York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
r ftfikm turwork
ifter uty tMjfur.
i 'iitDknowB t
. 1 rNWPtf ttstsl.
air eunw lu i
, aiOB.M PfOV,
n , Aootort hsv
i ' fii" ivra
ii ot rm4lns
.t i wur'hiwt driiti
ct ud tmw.
. rtci lliiiru,-
. nvtuii, r
Vtaneu I). UHtf Tmptlred V-pi
Ml tUitMU rciaMlaf fruiu jjuth ul
Old,Younsr Middle As
itrf oortftlu, im pi 'il-jui i
kmImI tvai itiri vottaosi, ohgi a
to It) Uy Inropenn Hoapiu' rp
mi Hitin TWMtiMtuja.rlsWit
prltatM and who eu l.ow
eu'id M I esva ftt.Lr quuit. s,uu
rulMd ibvtn. Huitil So. ttni. ft r b
tmimotjlali -tj rmlm qiidki -i
tbttif TsvlM ami fruJ'iimi g i.. in.il
ipriMP tbi.y Ao uut iiv k t
BioaT fHnijity uik tafi ti-lr
slUitjr f Whittll r, in you l u rs)
InrulO ftiiu'istn4i of o'lti it.,
Kterf-lnf frosn i U I
uti ("mills' v ii i i' 'n.
SsWilW. k-i-sl A V JUsiUj sit. I B t
tfgeil ul S;jfi! Btllillt Ptrtlj Cnk Ctati!:i
120 8, Jsrdln Btreet,
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