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John R. Coyle,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE Heddall's BoiLDtNo,
fCor. Main and Cenlrc Streets. SHENANDOAH. PA.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
tw. an one-hnlf story double frame
dwelling bouse, with (tore-room nnd res.
taurant. Located on East Centre Btreet.
-rti2al!,abI.e PrPery located on South Jar-
3-HoTen dwe'llng houses at the corner of ail-
1" erects. Gcod Investment.
Gtv$ qutek relief
l!tTT-jrriuci.i T '.'7.:. " 1" -tJJdL1"1 A,r"K'a,
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1S78.
HEW YORK'S HORROR
Tho Park Tlaco Ruins Giving
Up Their Dead.
NEARLY 50 BODIES RECOVERED.
Tho Total Loss of Life
Anxious neluthcs Watch tlio Men nt
Work-Crowds nt tho Mnrguo nt All
Hours-rushing tho Work of Diggliifr
Out the Ucud-rearful Smell from tho
New Yohk, Attg. 23. Another weary
day's search of tho ruins has brought
forth its ghastly results. It was a sick
ening tnsk to tho men engaged In It, a
mournful vigil for those who looked on
and saw the slow procession of workmen
highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
DUEL WITH A DESPERADO.
United ntHtes MhmViiiI Short nml a Train
CjlLdwkll, Kan., Aug. 2JS. Charles
I Dryant, one of the noted Dnltou gang nf
' train robbers, who was captured yesterday
' In the Cherokee Strin bv Uiilioii Stuio.
from tlmo to time carry out a inaneled ! Marshal Kd Shoit. was shot nml kinod w
burden that sometimes had tho faintest I hi enptor after he had fatully wounded
resemblance to the outline of a human I latter.
betas. But woro than nil. It wn n tan. The duel occurred on a Tinclr Tulnm!
ful suspense for tho afflicted relatives of ! train, on which Short had placed his prU-
tho missing ones, who watched nnd
wnitod near tho ruins, eagerly
tempt at rescue.
each misshapen corpse, fearing lest it
silently told the talo they had alone
dreaded to hear.
The awful heartrending scream of
agony that pierced the air when tho man
gled body of Mnggio Quinn was recog
nized by her sister mado everybody
vremuio. xuo agony or a tatlicr anil tho
grief of n mother as the body of n loved
one was carried from the reeking ruins
moved the spectators to tears, Police
men nnd firemen, who aro used to har-
oner, intendinit to tnk Mm t.n wimi
1 t t !Kolng outsi,1 to gunrd ngu.imt any at-
Ha left il nivnlvpr vth
U10 brurfHt7nmtin f7v .ntdfii.H .....1 ,1...
j -rrtrzt-o I'.UittkKlU, Will, VUU
I baggageman's carelessness is responsible
for tho subsequent tragedy. He laid tho
1 revolver down and Iiryant soon secured it.
I As tho train was slowing up at a sta
tion ho opened the door of the car and im-
' mediately began firing at Short, who wns
on tho platform, a bullet going through
Ibhort's body. Shoit returned tho flro
; and gavo Drynnt n death wound. Short
was also mortally wounded, but both
Chicago llns a Dig Lend In tho Contest for
Chteao-o 1 0800000 1
Uroohlyn 0 OU00010 0-1
1,in.trt.t ""'e8 Viokery nnd Pclirlverj Cnruthcrs
rittfbum o ooossoos-n
Boston 0 0010020 03
Batteries -llaidwln and Miller: Nichols and
Cincinnati 1 1000000 0-2
Nc,work 0 0010020 X 3
Culled on noeount of riiln.
Ilntterles-Khlnee nnd Harrington; Uwing
9.10.Y",nna 0 aoiioooo-n
Philadelphia 1 0 8 4 4 1 0 0 0-12
ARRESTED AT LAST
Murderer Dmvlinp; Captured
THE CHIME COMMITTED IN 1336
A Reward of $1,500 Offered by the Oitisens
of Long Branoh.
tit this hang A strip of leather In s bottle of
ie Blacking and lunvo it tbero for a day or 4
..... . . naonui laknltoiaanaurraii(lpinmlnnitcanrullv
lyIUKIIe Him Serted ,Svernl i Make a auiiilar teat BilU FrencU Ureawng and I'aew
ll.lTI.ou. I8' sneaa, . .
Untterlss-aruber and Zlmmer;
rowlnir scenes, wero dpfnlv nlTi.ptf.,1 n.i , nien kept on firing until their weanons
. .hi n . ... U'nrn mnnf ln1 T1H....
jjAtiiiu wua ".no nrsL man
to drop, and ho fell head foremost down
the stops. Short caught him by tho leg
tind held him with his head almost touch
ing tho ground.
He culled to tho conductor, and when
he got to him he said: "I novo got him,
Jim, nnd ho has got me." Tho prisoner
was dead when picked up and Short died
In ten minutes.
no word of hope, of cheer, could be said
A Fearful Stench from the Ilulnn.
Tho worst part of the tragedy is yet to
come, ns cvldonced by tho fearful stench
which indicates unknown horrors and an
almost inostimablo number of bodies
buried underneath the weight of rubbish
'lhls morning a terrible stench enmo
from that part of tho ruins occupied by
tho restaurant. It is probable that this
spot will add a fearful talo even to tho
present cstimnto of tho horror.
James Mitchell, a lawver. detected nn
Italian workman, clviiitf his name no
Joseph Lusson, in tho net of rifling
tho pockets of a victim of the disaster.
Ho was at once locked up, but not a
rninuto too soon to escape tho vengeanco
of tho angry citizens who were in tho
vicinity. The coroner wn3 given posses
sion of the stolen articles.
Cluhu ITon. Ifitt. m
Chlcn0...tt) 3:) .018
lloston 57 41 .mz
Now York. I4 .'ill ,r,81
l'hlln'phla.53 4" .555
rju'i.. rron. ryut. rr
Brooklyn. 40 51 ,47t
American Association Games.
"sill ' I im
, LU.'rt 1 II li II El I I
I. Baker &Co.'s
SCENES AT THE MOPGUE.
A lluijctltlon of the Ilnrrora of tho l'nst
New YonK, Aug. 25. Within tho walls
of tho morgue, which sheltered tho poor
COL. MOSBY IN A FIGHT.
The Old Guerilla Chief IIiwo Lively Tlmo
San Francisco, Aug. 25. Col. John
S. Mosby, tho old guerilla chieftain, yos-
icruay arose irom his seat in a combina
tion car to mako room for a lady, nnd
seeing vacant seats in tho grip-car went
out. The conductor refund to nllow
him to pass over to tho dummy nnd hot
Tho Colonel knocked tho conductor
down and hammered him. Then tho
gripmnu, who was largo and powerful,
attacked Mosby. Three lady passengers
assisted Mosby by pulling tho gripman's
hair. Tho grinman cot nn nml ir.itni
Boston 1 0 0 1 12 0 1
Athletics a 0 0 0 0 1 0
llatterles-Haddook and Murphy:
Ilaltlmoro 0 8 0 3 0 3
Wushlngton 0 0 0 0 0 0
Called on account of rain.
Battoriw-Muddcn nnd Itobiuson: Duko and
0 0 :i
CTllhs. mm. 7xi. Ct
Boston.... 74 :Vi .B05
Ht. 1.OU13..0S 40 .032
Baltimore BO 45 .551
Athletic. 5 J CO .510
Pub, ir.m. rtt. ct
Cnlumhus. .50 60 .473
Mllwauk'0.45 57 .441
LouVlllo... 37 70 .34(1
Wiuh'tou.,34 03 .H4J
Eustcrn Association names.
'""'S""! wuiun Hiicncreu tno poor K .11,1 p, Vr;i, ., ,
mangled and disfigured bodies of tho vie- ; wlfolmtehi," i, th C0UdUC-
juosoys Knees aro peeled nnd his thumb
is scratched, but tho conductor's faco is
from which tho excess of
oil has been removed, is
1 ami it is Soluble.
aro uaetl la it3 preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa miscd with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, ami is therefore far raoro
ecouomic.il, cosii;7 less than one cent
a etij). It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Grocoro ovorywhoro.
Y. BAKER & GO., Dorchesler, Mass.
thus of the Park place disaster, tho sceno
to-Uny was but a repetition of the horrors
of tho days before, augmented nnd mado
more teniblo as tlmo went on, which
naturallv tended to mnkn tlinvm.miT, t
the bodies more revolting than over. 3 I'lTes 1'0,t
If ever woe nnd horror ran amuck, hnnd ' ARIS Aug. 24. A dispatch has been
In hand, it was at tho morgue to-day. i receved by tho Colonial Department,
The odor wns indescribable. Strong I w'ch says that tho loss of life by the cy
men who faced that row of pino cofflns ' V,ono nt Martinique amounted to 340 in
with their contents of burned nnd distort- """dunls, irrespective of tho sailors who
eu humanity for several minutes wcro wuro "rowneu irom tlio French ships.
uiieu uuugeu to stagger away weuK from
Albany 1 0 1 0 0 3
Itochestcr 0 0010 1
Cnmocallod on account of rain. j
Battcrloj-Dovlin and nrown; Cusuinnn and ,
PUGILIST HALL IN A ROW.
an overpowering sense of nausea.
Death and such scenes were not intended
for tho tender eyes of women, yet many a
mother, wifo, daughter and sister en-
uureil tho unspeakable, horror of tho
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Many vessels hnvo been wrecked by tho
recent gales and hurricanes along tho
morgue in their search for loved ones be- vu ',u c, . , . .
lleved to have been swallowed nn in th ' . , n?.l?.?tnr! tho S.inux chief with Buf-
ruin. J,110" V "?N v', tUed from lockjaw at
Mnnv of theso women trPmi,io,i n.t &ue"leM. England.
sobbed hystericnlly during tho awful or
deal. Others would take one nlnnpn m
tho coffins wero uncovered, nnd then. Committee is charired with tni,or
with a pitiful gasp, they would turn I George W. Vedder, of Iloosno Falls
avyny wUh white faces and fall fainting N. Y., who was knocked do vn and run
into tho arms of a morgue attendant. over by n wagon in Boston, died at tlm
j Massachusetts General Hospital last even
May l!o Indictments. inS-
0ving to the
There is trouble in thn Tw...i,.t t i
of Ohio. Tho chairman flf till PvtaOllllim
New YonK, Aug. 25. Acting District 1
Attorney Bedford assigned Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Townsend to act as legal
adviser to Coroner Hnnley during tho in- 1
quest upon tlio bodies, of the victims of the
Pnrk place disaster. It is not unlikely j
mas some ono may ue lniuctoil for man
Fall Iiiver. Mass.. tlio inrill UtHn.i nf nlA4l.
has been curtailed 20,000 pieces during
tho past two weeks. A number of tho
operatives who have been doing very well
in the matter of wages during tho past
two years, nro leaving off and help to fill
no Octs a Terrlblo Onsli In tho Throat
from l'urson Davles.
Mt. Clemens, Mich., Aug. 25. Jim
nail, the middle-weight pugilist of Aus
tralia, nnd "Parson" Dnvies, of Chicago,
who nro Btopping nt the Averv Honso
here, got into a quarrel in tho bar-room at
11 o'clock last night.
After n word or two Hall struck vicious
ly at Davles with n bottle. His arm wns
caught by n bystander when ho repented
tho blow, and tho "Parson" grabbed a
lemon knife which wns lying on tho bar,
dodged Hall's blow and lunged at him
with the knife, striking Hall in tho throat
nnd cutting n terriblo gash from tho chin I
to the ear on tho right side of his faco and
narrowly missing tho jugular voln. Tho 1
two men wero then separated.
"You've done me, Charlie," but stay '
by me," said Hall when struck. )
The room after the frncnu InnV..! m. n
J slaughter house, everything in it being 1 tria1-
-uii:ic IV1LU UlUUlt.
Hall will recover. Ho is considered to
blnmo in tho matter, Davles having acted
A Young Desperudo ruptured in Iluimlo--Ho
Held Up u Tmln In IVnustlmnlti nnd
bhot Three of tho rnaseiigers-UI Vic
Lo.vo HnANcil, N. J., Aug. 95. Judge
Pitcher, of this place, arrested yesterday
at Baltimore Peter Dowllng the negro
who, on New Year's eve, 1888, murdered
Itobert Hamilton at Iiong Branch.
Hamilton had charge of Banker A. J.
Drexel's property nt Long Branch, and
had been in his employ for 25 years. On
New Year's eve he visited a low dlvo
culled "Little Limerick," located ntLong
Branch, where n colored bnll was in tn-n-
gress. Hu drank n great deal while there
! and exhibited a large roll of bills and a
handsomely engraed gold watch given
I him by Mr. Drexel.
, Early the next morning his body wns
' found in n back street, there being several
ugly wounds on the head. Several of the
, inmates of the dive were arrested, nnd
I tuuy confessed that Dowllng had com-
11111.1CU uie crime.
Dowllng escaped and nothing has been
heard of him until recently, when Judge
Pitcher received information that Dowllng
wa3oua coasting steamer which would
shortly arrive at Baltimore. Ho hurried
there with requisition papers and secured
Judge Pitcher arrived with his prisoner
this morning. At tho time of the murder
Mr. Drexel ottered $1,000 reward, to which
Long Branch citizens added $500.
A YOUNG BANDIT CAUGHT.
Ho Held Hp n Train in I'ciins.vlvnnlii nml
Shot hevornl rnsst'ligcrs. i
iiuB. j,. Aue ponce have a1
desperatoyoung man locked up here. His !
name is William McDermott. He boarded
n train that was entering Corry, Pa., on
August 17, and robbed tho passengers.
Before escaping from tho train ho dis
charged a revolver several timet, nnd two
pnssengers were dangerously injured, nnd
arc now dying In tho hospital.
A description of McDermott wns tele
graphed to Buffalo, and ho wns nrrested
by headquarters' detectives on Canal
Although onlr 20
If ".ot t'10 toughest criminals that ever
lived n the vicinity of Corry. Ho lived
in Union City until driven out with clubs
and guns by tho people he had robbed, in
sulted and assaulted.
Tho women nndchlldrcutrcmbled when
ho was In the .town, nnd tho only time ho
felt safe was when ho was in prison. Ho
lms served several terms in jnils in this
ntato for robbery.
His last train robbery wns a daring feat.
IIo entered a Western New York nnd
i-euusyivamn tram ns It was entering
HI I II I BPf-
... . WILl- NOT
Makes any kind of leather
Waterproof, Soft and Durable.
Change a Pine Table to Walnut.
A Poplar Kitchen Press to Antiqua Oak. .
A Cane Rocker to Mahogany.
Senwlmt can bo done irith 2uO. worth of
i kit- rSii,..k W ' 1' "
WOLFF At RANDOLPH, Philadelphia,.
rOE SALE IN ALL BTOKXB.
Bick neadaeaeaiia rollnvoall tho troubles fnaz.
dent to a Ullous atatoof the system. suohS
DUdneae, Nausos, Di-vsIc-kb. nutros, after
eating. 1'ain in tLo SIJj. Aj. Whilo thsirmoan
rcuiarkaWo oucceea has be m oUowu la curina
sKWa atM 1 tm 1 m
venting thlsacnoylcecorjplal-it.Kl llo thevafii
riverandroiiuiatflihnlinuuii r, ittt.TZziXl
whoynco try thorn will And thi-to llttlo pillVvSu"
S,'?f0:?y yo that they will not bo wd
UBBtodowithoutthon. EutftorallflIchh 1
flathoLi,"'tf so joany lives thnt herafswhora
I wo mako our EivC t boast. Our pillo cam It whllo
Carter's Littlo Liver fllh aro very small ana
very easy to take. One or two rills make a doso.
They aro atrlctly vegetable and do not crlpo or
irarge, hot by their gentlo action plcisoall who
usothem. Invialaat25cents; flvofortl. Sold
By druEglcta ovoryvihoro, or aent by maiL
C,?R1 MEDICINE CO., Nov York;
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE
. AU 1115- ngviits for W
.. ..... .... r...... 11 vuiir n npii n. i ...... M
denier li neud tor
r nlnri. riHlr ........
cntaliiKiie, nccuru tho
uorry, and brandishing two revolvers ! "e,'i;Sil,,,".".',l"'t ,IP '' Jon
commanded tho frightened passengers to trl,lKL '!!Jmi,''IT,J'I
iu lueir viiiixaoios.
They hastily handed him their pocket
books. After placing his plunder iu his
pocket McDermott pounced upon a poor
old man nnd woman and beat them into
unconsciousness, leaving them for dead.
Ho then shot another woman who now
lies at Corry in n critical condition. Ho
also shot a child, inflicting a dangerous
wound, bnt tho child will recover.
McDermott and two companions who
Btood on guard at tho doors of tho car
then jumped from tlio train and escaped
into tho woods. After dividing tho booty
The people of Union Cltv tl,or, ,
lynch McDermott it he nppears in that
tun a, im vt ui ue taken to Hm
J "Sy' iS THE
iW. L DOUGLAS
of tho building,
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1 slaughter in connection with the collapse tarr l'lac.os cannot be obtnineil at pres.
in V s 1'iivu or ciotu is one
eighth of n cent lower than over known
previous to the prosent depression, there
is llttlo demand for spots at any flguro
Jtomtlvely On red v.ni
i-KCini. IB M.MJH 1
' '.i 1 nunt j tin it
...... M-rl'lrtV1 - 'SLHLLmra.li u
I'SDB- 11. si. fit r
When tiyahliid n.tl .liue aano,tnit IrrstilAritle.st.
,1, ' I w iT ,-,, . .m".ir., ur iiwi.1 in
Ut-r-tt m , i- .-,1-;:,,, .
w-, 5 w ..MMV.
bfu.B.., klh. . . ... ...
,tIIA dan. n,.,. , .... .. ...I ...-.) . . . i
,, U.11111, niu 1. euii-fl.si. Adai
Tho Awful Itoll.
New Yonic, Aug. 25. At 1 o'clock
bodies had been recovered, of which
had been identified. There are over
still in tho ruins.
. ttl'JIS 1
Anderson Ilros. Fall for 8 "0,000.
Pittsboru, Pa., Aug. 25. A dispatch
from Steubenville, O., saysi Nows has
reacheil hero of the failure of Anderson
Bros., sewer pipos, at Anderson's Land
ing, W. Va. Tho exact nmountof liabili
ties cannot bo ascertained, as judgment
was confessed in Hancock County, V. Vn.,
but they aro estimated nt ?50,000, of
which a largo amount is due employes in
sums ranging from 100 to $1,000. Tho
law makes them preferred creditors. The
assets aro not known, but will not cover
half tho liabilities. Fifty men will bo
inrowu out or worn.
rostmaster-fifiicrnl Itulken Dead.
London, Aug. 25. Mr. H. C. Raikes,
tho Postma6ter-Genernl. la ,i,,,i ir
Iiaikes, who was just recovering from mi
Orations to Illsnmrck.
Bfjilin, Aug. 25. A dispatch from
Munich says that Princo BIsmnrck htw
hann tlm il
v v.a uujvuiy ui LuiuiiiinHiovnuonsiltir-
for ' rli? BEST SHOE IN THE WOnLD FOfi THE MONEY?
,.,'S, f.!.1 5', " no tneks or wax thread
i. iiiuiio or mu iHiat lluo calf, stlilsli
... 'i.uac I.ICJId tie. VI Iftl3
to luirt tho ri-t
and eas,-, ami bctan
Julys' A';ll?.c"" 'p fr'"" 4 t .
SR. H eiiiiliii llnml.Mmed, tho finest call
fiSa. , "!d.f.ed Welt shoe, lUt',
I JJ. Btyllsh, comlortahle ana durable. Th
ing his stay in Kissinaen. Th (.. 1 SZr, '-?Zl,!tt?!l'r-.Mt
IInl, o, tr T.. ... . .
......iivii iiiifi. iiuir iihu x. WHlir. tsi K lu.
singen expressly to play before the Trince.
Will. l.-l.n... l.n ..11 . 1. . '
...wi. i.iiviiii no aiwnvani tuned.
Iimunnil. .I,..J ....II.." iiui - cu.
1 S3.'S.),VII.V'.,",.'', aniwis. uanroad Mou
WQJm Ulld i.etlci'1 arili rsu l wear! h, mi il,, If
rn,. SoaniKMS. SIlinoM, IfiBl.l.. h,v. tk. .
J-ilU linn l ,i,,n .,i..iW. """J 1
iuua.es, hiio was just recovering from nil l Trincn nnuant1 n . sloni'dae ono pair will ueuraseor.
indisposition. Went out lkln .i;. ' t ' . ""."ir11"!' 1 I'Or- , tl3l fl( flue eiilf, no better ahio ev er offered at
tin, Vnnrnln.. l,m i. ".i" i-raiL ui niinseir. liiel'rlnce has received 'T.'.li:.L 01 '""Mace thw
Washington. Aug. 23.Por Now Enslnndt
Oocaslonal showers: southerly winds: no do.
cldod change in temperatuioj showers inoba.
Tor Eastern Now York: Frequent showers;
southerly winds; nearly stutiouary tomperu-
For Now Jersey: Cloudlnesj nnd frequent
showers; rarlablo winds; no dooid! change in
For Western NowTorlcand Western Penn
sylvania: Frequent showers; winds nenernlly
ruuuieiij-i iiuueciuwionango m temperature!
euuwersuro proDaoio W ednesday.
trait of himself. Tlie Prlne liu roi,.i
iiuureifBs irom various parts c
ono coming from tho German
tho morning when ho received n severe
electric shock during a thunderstorm.
He was immediately taken to his homo
and medical treatment promptly sum
moned. Illness had, however, so ex
hausted the Postmaster-General, that his
strength wns insufficient to ennbln Mm,
in et tho t,l,lo .l i I'"-'
dohmnd S 3 , LUXS" ! Ws "'erantat! estate at Varzin.
-. . in, MA, JAailt.U3
was born in 1833.
im icientMi , wliowant anL.it fr.r comfort ami wrvlw.
Of tlioworlil, 1 tf mit! tfg.otl W'ofhlnfTimitiV
l rtsiueilts or i0 given tli0m n trial will w"ir ii'"otheri'
Argentine jtepulilic, expressing their, ttnuat m .1 sli.ia 'SIT .K am
esteem and gratitude for his services to JStiTiS.-Su"V?-to'",T',.''qroi they sell
the Intherland. Prince Bismarck has Im
proved greatly in hoalth durlmr bin .Id,.
and will proceed within a day or two to
on their merits, as the Inerea.l mr wiles ahnir.
Sl.llfl II. ....I.- , .1.1..
.,iw.m. , ery f., j u!)t equals t-TeUCU
imi II TP fn,-. ,r. ..4 1.. 1 -
lUUILi m(N nttendlng ComhieV:
, f.YJ?'ll8,VrY hefore dtctdlne where.
itatiind. t ih h,Bu "'onrana miles away.
i'?.?r!, ?.tiil?.llSlA f 1118 Hetofcommer.
iv. Vji.r i",clwa an educational
ujru u, me iuuu ry will, tm t.A -.1 i . .1 ...-I ., ....iAn .
union men nereaitor.
Compositors Strllco in New York,
New Yor.K, Aug, 25. The compositors
empioyeu ny tno tteconler struck Inst
night becnuse of the discharge of the union
foreman and tho employment of a non
union man In his place. The strike only
lasted two hours, tho business manager
oi ine paper anjustlng the matter by om
,f"l,enatl,,wi,nJ3? "n fflghr,"dio
'.,n. 'i.?;nKt'enth Annual
ryjii i amq xi nnnrno nociicNter.
J CLIchnttr1. Entllth pltnionj Ilraol.
Original and (lnl r.nt.ln..
art aiw taiMt. tAntcs uk
I UfHfifist tot Cktckftcei ntiUik IHa-,
tM, " "ran id (d tod GuiU BioulUo'
ni'i -"K imiiaiumi AllJfncrUii DiaMif.
a itimpi fur ptnlouUrd, to4Umoiiia d1
If ainlL 10,000 T-ttinoDUte. Nam) isrr
Ctlfh ttcr Ct.enilct.1 Ca-.Hd Ion Mq u rv
Loaa.1 DrarcliLi. ii.u-i" .IT'
Vul4.ll .hnlllln. M..1. W.hl .Hi HlH.
Corbett's Chnlleiigo to Slavln.
Baltimore, Md., Aug. 25. Pugilist Jim
Corbett, who is now in this city, says that
his challenge to Slavln was mado in good
faith. He was, however, anxious to meet
Mitchell, so as to take some of tho conceit
out; ot that individual. Ho said he was
conildent that he could defeat Mitchell,
and ho also fully believes that ho can de
Found Dead lo the Water.
JIockt VntNON, N. Y., Aug. 25 Tho
fcody of an unknown man was found In
Hutchinson's place, near East Choster
Crook. It was badly decomposed and hail
been In the water a long time. The man
was about 40 years of aae nonnrnti
Coroner Drews will hold anlnqucst Thur
NKIV YOltIC MAUK15TS,
New Ypnrc, Aug. 24 -Money on call cosy
loaning at 3 and 3 per cent. 7'
jfj is;: i. 100i
4 s. 1807 ltair i,
t a. 1007 C'cVuD "li..?
Canadian raolfio..,, uai
Central Pnoltlo i).)2
Chloago, Bur. 4 Qulncy.. B7)i
Delaware & Hudson lS7iJ
Del., Lack. & Wostorn 130U
Erlopref , o.w
Louis, ft Nash 7IU
Michigan Central ta
Missouri l'lU'lllo. . ., ,,, uou
Now Joreov c cntral lla
Oregon Navigation 08
1'acltlo Mall niu
Healing , 3m
Hook lalatid tml
bt. l'aul cilj2
Union Fiiclflo , aofj
Western Union Bill
WnIatirl',e m5ret Pned woaU but soon
rulHed and closed flrm. No. 2, Hod Winter
113; Oot llZtii Don. iit ' "inter,
MTOaWSf CDtlro dtty-
Crcamcrx. State & r.an extna.BJe,a?3 a.
Tho I'enmylTanlii Storm.
LANCASTEit, Pa., Aug. 25. Lato re
reports show that tho recent storm in
Lancaster County was tho heaviest in
sixty years. A number of buildings,
sheds, fences and seven bridges wero
washed away. Much live stock was
drowned. In Millway an immense iron
oil tank was carried 100 ft. n.i t.
Denver over half a mile of tho tracks of
tnu iteaiung as Columbia Iluilroad was
Gnvo Notice thnt lie Would Kill nimsuir.
Wilmixoto.v, Del., Aug. 25. The body
of the man who was found on tho out
skirts of this city lias been identified ns
J. B. Williams of Chicago. Henry Will
iams arrived hero from that city last even
ing looking for his brother, whom he had
not seen for three years, but who bd
written n letter last week to Henry suy-
no w s"i"s io am uimseii at Wil
"llaho" Hurklns Looking for Ilovenge.
SiiELBYViiLS ulnd., Aug. 35. It is now
thought that City Marshal Bruce, who
was suot oy L-nas. linrklns, will recover.
"Babo" Harking is said to bo in town
seeking vengeance on the slnyors of his
brother. Ho is a more desperate charac
ter than Charles was and a small olTenan
at tho present time will procure him n
taking off Birailar to that of bis brother.
Almy's Identity Established,
nANOVEB. N. n.. Aug. 25 Tbn M.
tity of Frank Almy as Georgo II. Abbott
is finally and satisfactorily established.
Tho murderer's broken loir, which mm.
pelled him to Ho in a certain position, has
hitherto prevented an examination of his
back, but the position was changed dur
ing tho morning, when the sen nt tb
hunt-hot on Ida ha-cJwara ulalnlr visible.
Children Cry for Pitcher's CastorfaJ
Maryland l'cucli Grou or Complaining-.
Piiiladeli'uia, Aug. 25. Reports ro
colvod from Enston, Mil., say the peach
business this year is a bigger failure than
Inst year, when there was very llttlo
crop, xne irouuio this year is that tho
crop is too uig anu prices are nwny down,
Many growers hnvo become disgusted
with tho business and nro digging up
their orchards and carting nwny the trees.
The local canning houses are buying
iioiwufn m iuw uuwii as nve cents a
basket, and have had to refuse offered in
voices at that price because of tho luok of
muor 10 UHiiuie iiiein.
Trouhlo Over Nowly-Arrlvod Hebrews.
Baltimore, Aug. 25. The great num
ber of Husslan Jews who havo arrived nt
this port, oi late lias caused considerable
agitation among the labor organizations,
and bids fair to become of national Im
portance. It it claimed that manufact
urers aro withholding work from their
sewing women and giving it to the newly.
iHiiYou iicurews si less wages. A meet
ing of the different labor organisations
wm soon ue neui to discuss tlio matter.
Tho Alleged Itohhar Afraid of Lynching,
Clkvbland, O.. Auk. 25 T)n,,ti,n.i.
ties are not now sure that Jnma ni..i
tlio man arrested for tho murder and rob'
bory ut Columbus Grove, is tho guilty
man. Ho appears very nurvous and says
he fears lynching before he can bring
evidence to convince the people that they
have arrested the wrong man. Tho
prisoner's father says thut he will provo
Chautauqua Successful Benson.
CiuctAcqua, N. Y , Aug. 25. To-day
closed the most successful season of the
Chautauqua Association. Tho receipts
aro estimated ot 25 per cent, more than
any preceding year Before tho next year
tho Auditorium will bo enlarged and
uuuiy uew coitaijeg puuc
Imported rlioes costing fr
prlco aro stamped on the ln'itto'ni of each shoo.
W. L. houiiL.vs, Brockton, Mass.
.Tc3jso3p2a. 33 oil,
Nearly every pattern of ?a Horse
Blanket is imitated in color and
style. In most cases the imitation
looks just as good as the genuine,
but it Itasn't the warp threads, and
so lacks strength, and while it sells
for only a little less than the genu
ine it isn't worth one-half as much.
The fact that sA Horse Blankets
arc copied is strong evidence
t.ial llicy are THE STANDARD,
and every buyer should see that
the ?A trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
imtMt - r-, ....
ARE THE STRONGEST.
100 6A STYLES
t prices to suit everybodv. If von can't m
them from your dealer, write us. Asfc fn
the Va Book. You can get it without charge,
WM. AYRKS S SONS, Philadelphia,
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