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BIG BANKING DEAL
A Sclicmo to Circulalo Fivo
THE MONEY TO BE SENT WEST.
Haw Plan to Help the Movement of Crops
to tho Boaboard.
A lllg Uloclc of Government Ilonds to lie
Deposited for Now llmitc Circulation
'a T.arifo l'rnflt In tlio Trtitianctlon It
fs Sulci Hint It "Will Stliiiubito Trailo In
ft Wholesonto "Wny.
New Yotik, Aug. 29. Financiers in
Wall street are much interested in a
movement, which is just assuming dofln
ito shape, to tnko about $3,500,000 of
Government bonds for the purposo of
depositing with tho United Statos Treas
ury for now bank circulation. The larger
batiks in this city aro in tho movement,
and tho proposition is to take this largo
block ot 4 l-2s, extended at 3 per cent.,
under Secretary Foster's recent plan.
Of course it is not tho small profit of
one-half of 1 per cent, on tho transaction
which induces tho banks to go into tho
undertaking, but mora particularly to
provide for tlio isstio of a largo amount of
now circulating notes to meet tho enor
mous demand for money in tho Wost. So
much currency is needed to movo tho
crops during the coming fall that tho
banks in this movement aro endeavoring
to supply tho demand.
Tho interested banks will doposit tlio
bonds with tho Treasury against now
circulation, under tho provisions of tho
National Banking act, and if tho proposi
tion is carried out, tho now bank notes
will be sent West on Soptomber 5, or per
haps a latter later, to help the movement
of tho crops to tho seaboard.
From tho most rcllablo sources it is
learned that tho consummation of tho
big transaction will depend largely upon
the action of the National Bank of Com
merce, American Exchange National
Bank, Fourth National, Merchants' Na
tional, Western National and one or two
others which have largo capital and
therefore aro able to tako each a big
share of tho whole.
Money is comparatively plenty and
cheap in this market, while the Western
country is congested by the enormous
crops, which aro difficult to move without
ready cash In very larco sums. There can
hardly bo any very largo proilt in this
transaction by New York banks, but they
will get tho credit o doing tho right thing
at the right time. If the arrangement
can ho carried through, Philadelphia,
Chicago, Boston and other cities may fol
low the excellent oxamplo set them by
Now York bankers, and tho general move
ment cannot but add to tho prosperity of
the couutry. Trade will bo stimulated in
a wholesome way and' tho pulso of indus
HOPE FOR HALLINGER.
Uy n l'ecullnr Jersey Law Ifo May Yot
Kscape tlio Gallows.
Jersey City, N. J., Aug. 29. It is more
than likely now that Edward W. Hal
linger, the negro who pleaded guilty to
tho murder of Mary Patcrson, and who
was sentenced by Judge Knapp to bo
hanged, will escape tho gallows alto
gether. It is duo to tho efforts of his lawyer,
Charles J. Peshall, that his hanging,
which was set down for a day last June,
was prevented by a stay of execution.
Mr. Peshall does not deny that Halllnger
He is making tho light on a peculiar
point of Jersey law which has been in
force thero sinco April, 1880, .and which
provides that if a person who has com
mitted a murder (no matter how deliber
ate or cold-blooded) confesses to tho crime
in open court, ho pleads guilty to tho
lower degree of the crime, and by that
confession saves his llfo. Halllnger, Law
yer Peshall claims, will escapo hanging
by means of this statute.
Halllnger is now in tho county jail in
Jersey City awaiting tho rusult of an ap
plication for h wilt of habeas corpus
made to tho United States Supremo
Court. As the day fixed for the execu
tion is now past, and a3 thero is nothing
in tho statutes providing for tho re
sentencing of a criminal, Halliuger's
chances for escapo aro largely in tho ma
jority. Her llody Cut to Pieces.
ST. Paul, Minn., Aug. 29. A dispatch
from Grafton, N. D., says that a train
going north to Cavalier frightened a yoko
of oxen near Canton, and thoy ran away.
They wero attached to a binder and wero
led by a woman) tho man who operated
the machine beiijg perched on tho seat.
Tho woman was literally cut to pieces by
tho binder, her logs being cut off, also her
arms and head, lue man escaped uu
Wants tho City to Pay 828,000.
Houston-, Tex., Aug. 29. H. H. Bruns
has sued tho city for $25,000 damages.
Tho suit is based upon tho fact that last
winter he contracted smallpox, from tho
effects of which he is nearly blind, Ho
charges that tho city is responsible, in
that tho quarantine regulations were not
established and that citizens did not havo
proper notice of tho existence of tho dls
eabo. ICalii Stricken Ireland.
London, Aug. 29. Telagrams from all
parts of England and Ireland say that tho
result of the continuous heavy raius is
distrofciing. Tho crops are all under
water and will certainly he spoiled un
less saved by sunshine very boon. In
several sections tho potato disease has
General llovolt of Peasantry.
St. PETunsnuno, Aug. 29. Details of
tho rioting at Vitebsk in protest aguinst
tho exportation of ryo, show that the dis
turbance was of a serious nature Tho
Governor reports that there was evidence
that a general revolt of tho peasantry bad
The North Carolina Disaster.
Greensboro, N. C., Aug, 29. Thero
seems to be no room for doubt that all
tho bodies havo been recovered from the
Third Creek wreck. Thero is no evidence
that any bodies have been overlooked.
Armour Has Hie Bay.
CnioAoo, Aug, 29. Phil Armour em
phatically denies he is to bo a silent part
ner in Douglas Green's return to Wall
street, and says he doesn't know Green.
Ho pronounces the report as ridiculous.
rlighest of all in Leavening Power.
The Chilian Insurgents Cap
FIVE HOURS OF HARD FIGHTING.
Fully live Thousand Men 'Were Eilled
rrcfltilcut-KIcct Vicuna Seeks Kcftlgo on
Hoard n German War Slilil:iiluiacr(la
Ha'i lTcd--A Hcllef That He Is Making
Ills Way Out of tlio Country Tlio Nows
Valfauaiso, Chill, via Galveston, Aug.
29. Ualmaceda's power in Chill is
His army has been crushed after fivo
hours' hard fighting, and is scattered bo
yond all hopo of reorganization. Tho
revolutionists havo taken possession of
Tho fnturo of Chill for tho tlmo has
been settled, and bottled conclusively on
the lilllfo tho east of this city by tho
grim arbitrament of war.
With Balmaceda practically a fugitive
without resources in men or money; with
the principal seaports of tho country In
tho hands of the Congressionallsts, nnd
a consequent slitting off of all Incomo
from customs receipts; with President
elect Vicuna a refugee on hoard a Ger
man war ship, and tho country flocking
en masso to tho standard of tho invaders,
it is a matter of only a few days when tho
capital will fall Into tho hands of tho
1 A New Government.
A new government, with possibly Judge
Bellsarlo Prats, head of tho last Parlia
mentary Cabinet of Balmnceda, or Manuel
Jose Irarrazavol, head of tho Congress
Cabinet, at its head, will be formed and
things will go along in about tho same
way in Chili as thoy did before January 7,
when hostilities wero formally begun.
General Canto and his army won tho
battle hy superior generalship, good
hard fighting, assisted by good fortuo in
the killing of Balmaceda's generals and
tho consequent demoralization of tho army
and the desertion of entlro regiments,
live Hoars of Itattlu.
Tho fighting lasted a little les3 than five
hours, and its desperate character may bo
judged by the fact that fully fivo thou
sand men wero killed and wounded. The
country for miles around is filled with
men, many of them wounded, who wero
in tho morning tho dependence of Balma
ceda. llalniacoda Huns Away.
Nobody here has any knowledge of the
whereabouts of President Balmocoda.
The insurgent leaders aro exceedingly
anxious to find out where he is, and if
they succeded in finding him it would go
hard with lilin.
The general belief hero is that ho Is
making his way out of tho country, per
haps overland to Buenos Ayres.
THE NEWS CONFIRMED.
Consul McCrcary's Itoimrt to tho Stato
Department- The Hogus Dispatches.
Washington, Aug. 29. Tho ofllcial
news of the insurgent victory in Chill,
cabled to tho Stato Department by the
United States Consul at Valparaiso, set
tles beyond doubt tho conflicting. reports
of tlio past few days concerning tho con
dition of olXairs at tho seat of war.
Tho receipt of dispatches from Valpar
aiso telling of a victory for tho Ualma
cedists is explained by State nnd navy
ollicials as resulting from Balmaceda's
control of the cable lino from tlmt city.
Doubt as to tho absolute authenticity
of these dispatches was expressed
in ofllcial circles to-day for tho
reason that it is a custom in rogue, a
part of diplomatic etiquette in fact, that
when a Minister receives an important
dispatch from his homo government that
is given out for publication, it Is sent at
onco to the Stato Department for tho in
formation of this government. This was
pot done, and, as a result, tho department
ollicials and the members of diplomatic
corps now in town discredited the storlos
und inclined to the belief that thero was
nothing more than Borne skirmishing.
From Consul McCrenry's dispatch it
would seem that this belief is correct.
Consul McCrear Dispatch.
Washington, Aug. 29. Acting Secre
tary Wharton of tho State Department
received tho following cablegram from
U. S. Consul McCreary at Valparaiso:
"Battle fought near city this morning.
Government forces badly beaten. Heavy
loss both sides. City surrendered to op
position, but in hands of Admirals of
American, Gorman, French and English
lleots for good order. No communication
with Santiago. Opposition forcps now
entering the city.
A Complicated Cnse.
Rochester, N. Y,, Aug. 29. A close
nnd complicated case, or rather sorias of
cases, in which $100,000 Is involvod, is
awaiting decision by Rofereo Charles J,
Blssell. In October, 1889, tlio firm of
Nast Brothers of Hornellsvlllo becamo
financially Involved. Tho firm conducted
a large dry goods business and tlio stoek
was seized upon confessions of judgment
in favor of Philip Nast, jr., brother of the
members of the firm, and the Citizen's
National Hank of Hornollsville. The
goods were repllvined from the posses
sion of the sheriff by 17 New York firms
from whom they had been purchased.
Tho papers wore suhmltted to the referee
yesterday and the casa now awaits his
Spain's Dignity at Stake,
Oatb Mat, N. J., Aug. 29. There has
been no settlement of tho case between
tho Spanish Legation and Alderman
Ware who Is charged with collecting llle-
aai nnn 1 in til nntiw at tUa arraafc nt
U. . Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
Elannel Si-oiie ot Jllnt'ter Huaress's staff.
Consul Congosto had two conferences
with ware Ho asked for n refund ot
the ooMts and an apology. Ware still holds i
out. Minister Suaroz has returned to ,
Wttshlngtou. He will seo that tho dig
nity ot Hpain is maintained in the con
iliot ot his countrymen with a local court.
Detroit, Aug. 30. The Russian Jewish
refugees have begun to arrive lu this city.
They were all penniless, nnd unfortunate
ly handicapped by tiieirinahility to speak
tho English language
Itussln tn lletuin the French Visit.
St. Petehsbltot, Aug. 29. Ifusfla will
send a ileet under Admiral Kasuukofi! to
Cherbourg 011 September 35, to return tho
TYPHOID FEVER RAGINQ.
Newark's Health Hoard Withholding All
Information Abuut tho DUeaso.
Newark, N. J., Aug. 29. Tho spread
of typhoid fover In this city has bocomo
so alartiiiug that tho Health Board havo
decided to withhold all information con
cerning cases reported to tho department
from newspapers. Health Olllcer Titus
preserves a non-committal style and will
vouchsafo no answers to questions boar
ing upon the subject.
The health officer virtually admits, how
ever, that the dlseaso has taken a strong
hold, and that a number of deaths havo
u"us 1 1 "vcn
roported, a largo portion of which have
been removed to the throo hospitals of
Tho pollution of tho Passaic Rlvor,
which at present supplies Newark with
drinking water, is considered tho roal
causo of tho trouble, and the public has
been cautioned to drink of it sparingly,
if at all. Tho contractors upon tho now
$0,000,000 water supply, to come from
tho Foquannock Valley, aro pushing
rapidly forward with the work, and havo
announced, to tho intense satisfaction of
residents, that tho now supply will proba
bly bo ready for consumption within
CUBAN GIANTS IN A RIOT.
A Dlsturbanco at Trenton Which Caused
Trenton, N. J., Aug. 29. Tho Gor
hums, better known as tho Cuban Giants.
woro arrested hero for rioting. Thoy
came to this city, their old homo, to play '
the Trontons, whom thoy defeated by a '
score of 8 to 4.
After tho gamo a riot broke out, caused
by Thomas the catcher of tho visitors cut- 1
ting a ball belonging to tlio Trentons. I
Selden, Thomas and C. Williams woro
the ringleaders In the row which fol- 1
lowed. Some despernto head pounding
nnnnrrml lmfnrrt elm .Ucttii,,,,,. iiynd I
quelled. Tho special officers arrested tho
Members of tho colored club and took
them to jail, but no ono appearing
against them to make charges they wero
Later warrants wore Issued for Selden.
Thomas anil U. Williams, and officers
are now looking for them.
Suit to Ilocnrer SBO.OOO.
New York, Aug. 29. A suit ha3 been
begun in tlio United States Circuit Court
by Irving A. Evans, Nathanlol S. Sim
kins, Georgo E. Armstrong, Bayard
Thayer, Edwin Morey and Charles B.
Lancaster, all of the State of Massachu
setts, against Nathan II. Hand of White
Plains, N. 1. The suit is for tlio pur
poso of recovering $50,000 paid to Hand
under an agreemont, tho conditions of
which ho failed to carry out, in connoc-
tion with some gold mining property in
Lumpkin County, Georgia.
Smuggling on the Irish Coast.
London, Aug. 29. Tho authorities are
much concerned by the lucreaso of smug
gling on tho Irish coast. A considerable
quantity of smuggled tobacco and liquors
has lately been seized from shopkeepers
at Cape Clear and other places near the I fln English Syndicato option on the entire
sea. Tho old spirit of smuggling, onco plant, and there is a possibility ot its be
rarapant in extensive districts of Irolund, . w som, F. K. Bull, secretary of tho
Is again attracting people, who find It an
easy mode of living.
Itefuscd to Arbitrate
nAVEmni, Mass., Aug. 29. A com
mittee of tho locked-out tasters of Chick
Brothers' shoo factory waited on the firm
yesterday and requested that the pro-
rtncif.il liirrii.i mmutlnn lin RiiVii,,lf 1 A,l tn
tlin Stntn Bnnril nf ArliltrnHnn. Tin, !
Messrs, Chick replied that they would not
give tho advance nor submit tho matter
to outbido parties,
Distress In Kngland frum Ilnln.
London, Aug' 20. The news from all
parts of England and Ireland is to tho
effect that tlio result of the long sustainod
heavy rains is distressing. Tlio crops aro
nil undor water, and will lie spoiled un
less sunshine comes speedily, In somo
sections the potato disease has mado its
Investigating tho West Shore Disaster,
Syraousb, N. 'Y., Aug. 39. Railway
Commissioner Rlcard has bogun taking
evidence hero in tho matter of tho Wost
Shore disaster at Montezuma. After
hearing several witnesses ho adjourned
tho hearing until Engineer Ryan of the
passenger train is ablo to testify.
To Commence Printing a Now Note.
Washington, Aug. 29. Tho Bureau ot
Engraving and Printing will next week
begin tho printing of the "Windomnoto."
This note whloh will ho of tho denomina
tion of $2, will bo printed on the now dls
tluotlve paper and will tako tho placo of
tho "Hancock $3 note."
Grand Army Appointment.
Auianv, N, Y.,Aug. 29. Commander-in-Chief
John Palmer, ot the Grand Army,
appointed David M. Quick, of Brooklyn,
to ho assistant adjutant-general, Mr
Quick now holds tho position of Inspector
of New York State G. A 11.
Gpii, "Well? of Vermont Mny
HE HAS A GOOD ARMY RECORD.
It is Not Believed in Washington that
Ho Will be Appointed,
The Imprnslon Still Vrcealls that l?x
Governor Clicney Is the Man A Move
ment Klnrd'il In llchalf or Stephen It.
Dlkltis-Hls West Virginia I'rlends Will
Present Ills Xtime.
ItUTLANn, Vt., Aug. 20. Qen. William
Wul18' "f ",,rl,"Kt""', Vt-' WlU b "UC'
cessor of Hon. Redfleld Proctor as Secro-
tnry of War. The nuws that the Presl
dent Intends to make this appointment
comes from a sourco whoso reliability
cannot be questioned.
General Wells was formerly Collector
of the port ot Burlington, and is tho head
of tho firm of Wells & I!lchardon, of that
city, the largest wholesale manufacturing
drug house in Northern New England.
Ho was a young man in the war for tho
Union, nnd was brevetted brigadier gen
eral for bravery on the field, ond Gen.
Philip Sheridan always spoke of him as
one of the very best of his cavalry officers.
He Is a man of education and refinement.
Not ltellevcd In Washington.
Wabhinqton, Aug. 29. Very llttlo
credence is given by members of the ad
ministration here to tho reported selection
of Gen. William Wells, of Burlington, Vt.,
as Secretary of War to succeed Mr. Prod
tor. The impression still prevails that
ex-Governor Clieuoy Is tho man tho Presi
dent is thinking about tho most seriously
at tho present tlmo, but tho officials of
tho War Department having close roln
tlons with Secretary Proctor do notbcliovo
that nny one has yet been actually slated
for tho position.
Stephen II. Klklns lu the rlclil.
Wheruno, W. Va., Aug. 29. Nows
' close to tho adminstration, that a movo-
incut has been started in favor of Stephen
li. Elklus of this State, as the successor
to Secretary of War Proctor. It will bo
urged upon the President that if makes
a selection with special refcrenco to
strengthening the party Wost Vir
ginia must bo considered.
DR. HOLMES' BIRTHDAY.
The Genial Autocrat of tlio Ttrcakfast Ta
bic Troubled With Poor rj;cslght.
Boston, Aug. 29. This is Dr. Wendell
Holmes' 82d birthday. No quotation
could be made that would moro thorough
ly show forth Dr. Holmes' chief charac
teristic that of unfailing good humor
and cheerfulness than tho piquant ono
of his own, "It is better to bo 70 years
young than -10 years old."
Dr. Holmes' health is excellent. "I
am very well and very happy," ho said.
"My eyesight troubles mo somewhat, so
that I am very glad to avail myself of tho
bervices of a secretary, and I am a little
troubled at times to recognize my friends
and acquaintances on tho btreet. Per
haps somo of them may have thought
that I havo intended to cut them, but it
is only n llttlo trouble with my eyes
which causos mo to pass them. Otlior
than that I have no physical trouble."
rnt s for CIlary.
T . , . ., . ,
t. Lo?0N' Alle- 29.-Patti sang during
th? "fternoon at Swansea, Wales, for tho
sa,0 ' charity, In behalf of tho Swansea
I mayor aim vno corpora
tion, in their official robes, met tho singer
at tho railway station and conducted her
in stato to tho hall, while the church bells
rang out a welcome. The lending socloty
of Swansea and South Wales was assem
bled, and the sum of $4,000 was realized
for the hospital.
Tho H. & O. ill Chicago.
Chicago, Aug. 29. A morning paper
makes tho statement that within 00 days 1
tho Baltimore As uhlo trains will enter
this city over tlio tracks of the Northern
Pacific Hallway Company, and find a ter-
111 the new depot recently
by that company. Tho matter
has been fully settled, It is said, and tho
contracts will be signed as soon ns Presi
dent Mayer, of the Baltimore & Ohio, re
turns from Europe.
An Hngllsh Syndicate Hus the Call.
Racine, Wis., Aug. 29. Tho J. I. Case
company, said that an option was given
on the plant to New York parties a year
ago last July, and that tlmo option has
not run out. He did not know whom tho
New York parties wero acting for.
An Absconder's Whoreabouts.
Cn ATI I am, Ont., Aug. 29. It is proba
ble that J. M. Henry, who nbscondod
from here last fall with $20,000 belong
ing to tlio Bank of Montreal, will soon
lie in tho toils of the law. The defaulter,
is now living umong the California
mountains, and the authorities there will
soon effect his release.
Iluropo Looking to America.
London, Aug. 30. Tnd Standard, in
discussing the grain shortage, advises tho
consumption of maize, saying that tlio
United States could export 400,000,000
bushels of maize, and that an extra shil
ling per bushel would attract all tho
maize In America necessary ti supply
Europe with wholesome, nutritious food,
llantau aud Gaiiduur to itow.
Toronto, Ont., Aug. S9. Uanlan nnd
Gaudnur have agreed upon a three-mllo
race for SfrtOO or ft, 000 a side, to ho rowed
at Burlington Beach, As Hanlan is going
to New Westminster, the race cannot bo
rowed uutil about the middle of October.
Carmen Sylva in Danger.
Venick, Aug. 28. Tho condition of
Carmen Sylvu, Queen of Rouinsnla, has
become mi critical that Dr. Charcot, tho
celebrated Parisian physician, has been
telegraphed for. King Charles is reported
on his way to this city Irom lioumuuio.
Paris, Aug. 29. The trial of tho May
Day anarchists has just coneluded, es
camps hos been sentenced to five years
and Dardare to three years for firing at
the police. ovcluo was ucquitteiL
IS CHEAPER than any other dressing
at any price, be it 5 cents, 10 cents, or
25 cents, you can convince yourself by
wearing one shoe dressed with Acme
Blacking and the other shoe dressed
with whatever happens to be your
favorite dressing. While Acme Black
ing will tndure a month through sneti'
or rain, and can, if the shoe is soiled,
be washed clean, theothcr dressing v, ill
not last a single day In wtt weather
Your shoes will look better, last
longer and be more comfortable if
dressed with Wolff's Acme Clacking.
OLFF tt RANDOLPH, PhtlailelprJa.
Altn GOING TO
MtHHourl, ICatiHHH, ArlconmiH,
Texas, NeliriiMka, I.oitlHlutiil.
Coltirutio, Utnli, Colllornla,
New Mexico or Arizona,
and will send mo a postal cird
or letter suiting
Where you aro going-,
When you aro going,
Where you will start from,
How many there are In your party,
What freight and baggage on have,
I will write you or oill at your home and
furnish you with the mllent lluformatlou
regarding ro.Ue, lowest rat--s of all
classes, b3sMos mips, descriptive aud 11
Instraled land ptmohlets, resort hooks,
Hot Uprlngs guides, etc.
Cheap Farmluir La ids lu Missouri, Arkan
sas ICaobHS and Texas.
J. P. McCANN. fiattern Trv. Ant-,
W. E. HOYT,
O.K. V. Agt.,391 15 road way .Now York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
Anlc my tiffcntd Tor W. Ti. Dntia-lnn Slif.
If not lor sale In jour plnce unit your
denier to weml for cntulocuu, hoc lira tho
ntft'iicy iiihI net then, lor jnii-
C2rTAlX! NO SCUSsTITUTE.-iU
S3 STOE ceht.uWn
IHE BEST SHOE III THE WOULD FOR THE MONEY?
It IsaR'-anilesssLoo, with no (..cksor wax tlircad
to hurt too foot: luudo of Ac best fluo calf, stjllali
uud easy, and bcraine vc make more jttocs o thin
grade than any other manxtfactnter. It equals baud.
Kweil bIhu-s costing fnini pl.ijo to $.U.
CtFi Oil Pennine llauil-heueil, ttie finest calt
KMJm shoo cer orfcreil for $!i.!Nlj equals French
Imported Bhoea nhloh cost from $.S.IMto $U ).
USA Haml-SeMcd Welt Mine, lino calf,
mj,v slyllth, comfnruble and durable. Tlio beat
sboo ever olTurcil at this price ; (tamo Krado ns cua-tom-ma'lo
tlir,ts costing from SU.0U to ShjjO.
GO 5,0 Police Slinei r.-rmers, Railroad Men
nutl Li'lterC'urrlersall wearthemj llnocjilf.
Feamlea, smooth limhle. heavy threo soles, exten
sion edL. ouo pair will wear a year.
Str at) line cnlfi no better shoe ever ottered at
this prlcu, ono trial will convince thoso
who want a shoe lor comfort ami service.
C'.n ita nnd 84.00 Worklnsoimi'H slv
are very shook ami durable. Toom wtt
have given them A trial will weur no other make.
C9s-lVC 8-.00 il u.l H.ja school Th. h nrv
MwJ O worn by the boyeeryvvhero, th, . 't
on their merits, as the Itu'rcasuiK solus uhuv,
R ir! itnis lS3.no lfnd-rMwed shof. b. -t
fiwemt.C Jlottgota, er,VHtyll;e(iualyl-cei a
Imported aaoM contlnic from ti t" to t(U"i.
.mllt-H J.riO, !&.tn and ft 1. 7.1 shoo tor
Misses are the best floe Dongola. styll.handilurable.
C'uutlon. See that W. T. Douglas' namo aud
price aro stumped on the bottom of euch shoe.
W. L. DUUULAS, Urocttou, Mass.
tTesopt 33 nil,
felck neadt&ehe and relieve all tbo troubles fnef"
dent to a bilious Rtatoof tho By-torn, ftuoh as
Dizziness, Nausea, Drow-iuoufi, Ina trees after
eating. Tain in fho SUe, &o. While their most
pmArk&Uo micco-fl boa becu bhown lu cutiztQ j
ilci-acbe, yet Carter' Llttlo Llvw TUU ftit)
equally valuable in Constipat ion, curing and pro
vontlng thliannoylntfcomplaiut,whlo thoy aha
correct all disorJtrawthoaLouiaclijiLimulalatUo
rivor and regulate tbo bovveU. Evoun Uioouly
fAcl)Bly would bealmoatpriceloM to IIiobq who
. i' a -uiOifldbtrtflslngconipluint;butfortU
yr ' si good neas dues uul-uU hore.and tnosa
Vhoolicdtry ihaui will And tbeeo llttlo puis Tain
Ablolnaocaauy ways that tboy will not bo wil-
liiDg to do without thoai. But after all sick head
fla the bane of so many lives that hero Is wnoro
we raaVe our great boost. Cur ptlla cure ltwhllo
I Carter's Little Llvor T'l'.la aro very small and
very easy to taue. Ouo or two pills uiakoa doso.
Taey are strictly vetietable ami do not grlpo or
purge, butt y tbolr B''htla action plaaaoall wha
usotheiQ. Iu villi at 'J5 cents i live fur ft. Soil
by dr usglsta every wbare, or sent by mail.
. CARTER MEQICINE CO., New York:
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
quietly. For desertion, non-support. In
temperance, Insmlty. Advicofree, confiden
tial. Ulauk application for stamp.
Address ItonititT Wiiitk, Attorney,
Ul Broadway, New Vorl;
WHY IS THE
W, L. DOUCLA3