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SACKED THE TOWN
Bnlmaccdist Soldiers Revolt
and Shoot Their Ofliccrs.
highest of all in Leavening Power. U. Sv Gov't Report, Aug. 1.7, 1889.
Beduccd $5,581,895 During tlio
THEY THEN ENTER COROWEL.
SURPLUS INCREASED $4,490,679.
THE NATIONAL DEBT
Presents In the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOU8 JUIOE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming- an agreeable
and effective laxative to penna-
1 - Y T 1 ' 1 1 1-1
nenuy cuie iiuuiiuui vuiiaii
rpatiou, and the many ills de-
penuing on a wcuk. ur iuuuiivc
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It ! the most excellent remedy known to
CLEWSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Hihous or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, nEFRCSHINQ SLEEP,
HEALTH nnd 8TREMCTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ask your onuGG'ST ron
MANUFACTURED ONLY OY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
tOUISVIUE. KY NEW YORK. tl. t.
John R. Coyle,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE Bkddall'b Building,
Main and Centre Streets. SHENANDOAH, PA,
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
1 A two and one-half story rtonblo frame
dwelling bouse, with store-room nnd res
taurant. i.ocaieu on Hast centre street,
X A valuable property located on South Jar-
3-Heven dwelllnir houses at the corner of Oil.
bert and Lloyd streets. Good Investment,
yf, W. Leisennng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisennnq, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass't Cashier.
Open IJnily From 9 to 3.
3 PEE CENT. INTEREST !
Inltl on PnvttisrH nepoalin.
When trunbipj with tbcKxiM
FEMALE REGULATING PILLS.
Dtjyure Strengthening to the utirt yrW., ..nnn
trm, vigor end; mngnf-tto Tore n to all fniotle-.Bof fto.lj
id mind, lieitt ty ifiiti), U'.i ir. ) 'I'c.l.tl ddr .
Or, Hartnr SUfirttaia Ca., ST. LOU'S HO
fie'HEW BROADWAY" RANGE
t beats everything in the market, and the
price in just rigni to sun me limes.
It will ray yon to come
and see It.
I am prepared to do the following at the
Tin roofing 60 per foot and up
Tin conauetor .........iai " "
Tin hauirlnir euller 12o
Galvanized chimney stack 20a per pound
uepairs ior an staves a specialty.
M. P. PKATT,
7 8-8ra 331 s. Jardln St., Shenandoah
C1.Ul.Clt Ha Enxllth II ten. ah t Rnko'
uriffinaianaunlr Utnulne. A
PrurciH tor VhUXtuUr F.nahth Vl-J&X.
bou. tialeU with blon rit,ttt, Take V
Brand In Krt .ri1 f!ni,l mx.nt,'
In HtLcn.( f,(r prtioulr, twtlcuQltU a
E) "lUilef fur IjUdlrV inUttwr, tor rctarn
P MatV. 1O.00UT NiliiSm
11 Loci,l lirugjiiiti, J'bliAUiL.
Or Uo Jjliuur Ilnlill, lultltlj- Cureu
111 VII hitovlflo.
Tt i m&nnrftQtarad mm Dowder. whloh can ba Given
ha slBsa cf beer. cup of coffee or tea, or In food.
BUhmitthA knnnf Adas of iha nation t. It la abaolutalv
fiarmleaa, and will etfeot a permanent and eped7
ure. whether the patient ! a moderate drinker or
an alooholio wreok It has been tctven In thouaanda
tl eaaea. ana la every luitaaoe m perioct euro ub ig
wea. it never r an xbi iriin ouoo naprcga
'with the BDciiioJt beoomea an utter lmpoasl billt
Wf the liquor appetite to txUt
is page book of partloulara free. To be had o
C. H..HAGENBUCH, Drugnlst. Shenandoah
First National Bank,
The Aggrogata of Uncle Sam'a Indebted
ness To-day la $842,803,347.
A Reduction In Government Receipts from
All Sources us Compnred AV'th August,
1800 A lleductlon In Expenses Also
Total Coinage of tho Mints Dnrlng the
Washington, Sep. B. Tho monthly
public debt stntcmont shows a reduction
In tho debt during tho past month
amounting to $3,531,805. There was a
reduction of, $1,001,210 In the non-lnterost
bearing debt, and an Increase in tho sur
plus chash in tho Treasury ot $-i,-190,097
The aggregate of Interest and non
Interest bearing debt to-day, less $100,
000,000 gold reservo, and $00,274,801 net
cash balance or surplus, is J848,88U,U47,
and of this amount $010,520,120 U in
terest bearing debt, mado up of $350,
000,220 4 per cent, bonds, $27,033,400
4 1-2 pet cont.'s, and $22,015,800 4 per
cent. 's continued at 2 per cent.
Government receipts from nil nources
during August aggregated $28,884,831,
against $80,007,449 in August, 18U0. Cus
toms receipts wero $15,161,074, against
(20,815,870 in August n year ago; internal
revenuo receipts wero $12,501,820, against
$12,557,852 in August, 1800, and recoipts
from miscellaneous sources were $1,107,
477, against 1,033,177 in August n year
Expenditures during tho two months of
tho current fiscal year aggregate $50,530,
032, against $75,237,000 in July and
Tho total colnago of tho mints during
the month of August was 12,031 pieces of
all kinds, valued nt $3,718,400. Gold
valued at $1,8-10,000 was coined.
Xlcport of tlio Stl(crlntendQnt Hard Work
Wasuinoton, Sep. 2. Secretary Nbblo
has received n report from Cnpt. Georgo
B. Anderson, superintendent of tho Yel
lowstone. National Park, on operations
since ho assumed control on February 14
Ho says tho most ceasoloss vigllanco Is
needed to prevent tourists from mutilat
ing tho beautiful formations in tho park,
nnd ho believes 10,000 men could not en
tirely accomplish it.
The lakes nnd rivers of tho park aro
literally filled with trout. Tho elk havo
increased enormously, and tlio most con
servative estimates place their number at
Ho says $100,000 could bo Judiciously
expended In the construction of and repair
Trouble Hrewlng in HnytU
WAsniXOTON, Sep. 2. Advices from
Haytl declare thut it now appears as
if Hippolyto had lost all hopo of being
able to successfully resist tho coming
revolution. Ho has Bent his family to
Capo Hatien for safety. The commandant
of Fort National has received orders to
turn tho guns on tho city if tho oxlles
return and succeed in overpowering tho
guards of tho 1'alaco. It is probable that
in such a case Hippolyto will retreat to
Cape Hatlcn and there make his last
Gov. Campbell Still Quito III.
Coluiibub, O., Sep. 2. Governor Camp
bell's condition is not so favorable to-day.
Ho cannot leavo his room, nnd has Bevero
paln3 in his limbs nnd head and tho indi
cations are that the malady has a strong
hold upon him. It is probable that within
tho next two or three days the Governor
will leave for some point in tho East if
his physician is able to make him seo tho
importance of such a move. His family
and friends aro somewhat worried at his
lllg Damages Agalust a Kallroad.
ScsQUxnANNA, Pa., Sep. 2. Mrs.
James Hamm of Forost City has been
awarded $8,412.50 damages against tho
Delaware & Hudson Eailroad Company
for tho death of her husband, who was
run down by a train on that road in 1888.
Mrs. Hamm had previously been awarded
$4,000 damages, but the company ap
pealed to tho Supremo Court, which put
the case back to tbo lower court for re
trial with the above result.
Wasuinoton, Sep. 2. Tho Census
Ofllce has issued a bulletin giving the
population ot Indiana by minor civil di
visions. Tho total population of the
State for 1800 is placed at 3, 102,40 i, an
increase 214,103 over 1880. Of tho 02
counties in Indiana 25 show doorcases,
only four showing decreases of more
than 10 percent.
Site for Lynn 1'uMlo-JlulMlnff.
Washington, Sop. 9. Treasury Agent
Lowe has recommended the purchase of a
site for the Lynn, Mass., public building.
It is located nt the end of the block, and
Is bounded by Liberty, Willow and Wash
ingtou streets. The price is stated as
$33,000. He recommends that a part bo
purchased outright and a part bo pur
chased by condemnation.
3Ililnff Since August 4.
Baltthorb, Sep. 8. Nothing has been
Been or heard of David Huth, of tho firm
ot S. Huth & Son. tin oan manufacturers
of this oity, since Auz. 21, on which day
he left his homo. His relatives and
friends (car that his mind becamo un
balanced over business troubles and that
ho has commlttod suicide.
Court Martial for Onlt.
Washington, Sep. 2. Tho Navy De
partment has detailed a court martial tq
conveno at Norfolk, Vu., next Thursday
to try Passed Assistant Lngineer Robert
W. Gait for neglect of duty. Tlio trial
grows out of the recent theft of goods
from tho storehouse at tho Norfolk Navy
Government Fulr Building; Hid. Excessive.
Wabiiiuqton, Sep. 2. Assistant Secre
tary Nettloton said to-duv that it wai
probable that all tho bids for tho erection
of government buildings at tho Chioaga
World's Fair Exposition -would be rejected.
ss excessive ana now proposals invited.
NEW YOIttC aiAUKRTS.
New York, Pep. 1, Monoy on rail easy,
loaning at 4 and & per cent.
1 eetenlajr, To-J.ty.
4M 1MU Hey 10UM louti
1EU Coup lOOti luoti
i e, 11)07 ltojr 117U 117U
4 a. 10U7 Loup 110 117;!
Canadian rnclOe ttifi 10U
Central I'aeiflc .T,' 3'.J
Chicago, llur. Ac Qulney BtUj 08U
Delaware & Hudson l.'UVi 1st
Del., Luok. Si Western 141 uiai
ilrla 3K 88..J
Luke Shore 111 110
Louii&Nash ?Hl .
Michigan Central t)3w
Missouri 1'rcIBu 73H '0;
Now Jersey Central 110 119
Northwestern 11 H luuj
Tactile -Mull MOM
t-t. l'aul 71
Union 1'aeiHo 4'!
Wostcrn Union Ml HI
Corn oponcd weak, ileollne.1 and then prad.
ually rccovcrud. No. a, mixed, 7H: tiept
Onts Dull, but urm.N"o.
Wheat Market opened wenk and continued
to decline; raoro steady toward cloe. No. 2.
lted winter, 1074al08; Kept. lU8)fc Oct.
Creamery, Stato & Pcnn., extras. 23 aa?3!o.
Creamery, western, firsts 10 ca o.
Creainor, western, j-eoonda lOLc.tilu 0.
State dairy, h. f. tubs, extras. ... o.iUl a.
N. y. Stnto, now laid, per doz..,.10Lje.a a,
Penn,, now laid 10 c.al0la.
Western & Kortnwcstcrn, gootl to
prima 17 ul7?J
Jersey Itoso, per bbl 1 OOnl 23
Sweet potatoes, Va., choice 1 Wul 7J
Bprlns chlckuii'3, choice, largo per lb. .
Spring chickens, prime 15
I owls, Jorey. State .V i'a., per lb H
Turkeys, mixed weljfhts, per lb. 13
SpVchk's, I'hlla., 'Jiiai lb3 to pair....
Md. & Del., yellow, choice, per bask.. 50a
Md. & Del., red fruit, cholse, basl:.... 60a
Jersey, prime, per lMket 40a
.Md. Si Dol., choice, por crato .".Oa
Nyack or Holland l'lpplu, ir d..li.bLl al 3
Oh, What a Oough.
Will you hted the warnlnu? The signal per
himfi of the turn Rtinronch of that more ter
If you can alord for the take or saving W
1 tuts, to run the risk and do nothing forlt,
We know from experience that Hhtloh's Cure
will Cure yonr Cough. It nevtr falls. This
explalnB why more than a Million Bottles
were told the past ear. It relieves Croup
and Whopplnc Couh at once. Motters do
not be without It. For Lame Back, Hide or
unfsr, use Billion's porous nasier. roin ny
U.K. Ilagenbuch, N. E. corner Main and
Tho coal haulers are busy.
Ask Your Friends About It.
Tour distressing coufih can bo cured
We know It becBUEO Kemp's Balsam
within the past fow years has cured ec
many couchs and colds in thiscommunity.
lis remarkable sale 1ms been won entirely
by its xenuiue morit. Ask some friend
who has used it what be thinks of Kemp'c
Ualsam. There is no medleino eo pure,
nono so effective. Largo bottles 60c and $1
it all druggists'.
Hoy fever patieuts are praying for
frost to relieve hiiu.
&. Ouro for Constipation
Dr. Silas Lano, whilo in tho Rocky
Mountains, discovered a root that wbn
combined with other herbs, makes an casj
and certain cure for ronstipr.tioii. It is in
the form of dry roots and leaves, and is
known S3 Lane's family J'edlcir.e. It
will euro eick headache. For tho blood,
liver and kidneys, and for clearing up the
complexion it dooj wonden. Druggists
sell it at 50 cents a package
Farmers now bring In plenty of
New York, February 28, 1800
Alva's Brazilian Bpecltlo Co. Gentlemen:
I take pleauro In terlllylng to the euro I re
ceded through your medicine, the Caetus
HU'Ocl Cure. I have been u sutlerer from
eruptions upon the skin eczema, etc, lor
tecral years, During that time I was
treated by several skilled phjslclans in tba-e
troubles without any benefit. Alier taklm;
two bottles I am et tlrely wt 11, and heartily
recommend the medicine to any one sutl'cr
mg Irom like troubles. li.JlcKKON,
818 sixth avenue
Bold at Klrlln's Drug (store, erjtusou House
The fairs are
all being held earlier
hlloh's Consumption Ouro.
This Is beyond question the most snc-
cessiui cougu weoicine we nave ever sum,
a lew doses Invariably cure the worst cuses ol
Cough, Croup, and Bronchitis, while Its won
derlul succeis in the eure of Consumption Is
without a parallel in the history o( mcdlelue.
Minee. It's tint discover? It Las been sold on a
guarantee, a test which no other medicine
can btauu. 11 yuu utY a luugu wu euruceuy
(1.10. If jour Lungs are fore, Chest or Hack
iame, use hhtloh's Porous Plaster. Bold by
u. 1. uagenuucu, ft. c. turner jumiu nuu
Fruit still plenty and housewives
How to Succeed,
This Is the great problem of lite which few
Rfltij.fftctorllv solve. Home fall because ol
poor health, others want ol luck, but the
majority from dellolent grit want of nerve,
xuey ure nervous, jrreeuuuu, cjiuugcuuie,
MiHliv eet the blues slid "take the snlrlts
down to keep the spirits up," thus wastlug
money, nine, opportunity uuu uerve lurce.
There Is nothing like the HestoratlveNervlue,
rilwmvered bv the creat specialist, Dr. Miles.
to cure all nervous diseases, as headache, the
blues, nervous prostration, Bieepiessness,
Trial bottles and fine bonk of testimonials
free at v. u, uagennucn's arug store.
Railroad travel shows no dlmlnu'
MANY HOTEL FAILURES.
A DIsnstrouA Season for the Proprietors
nt Atlantic City.
Atlantic City, N. J., Sep. 2. About as
coropleto demoralisation as ever visited
tho hotels in this city is being brought
out now as n result of the past season's
Among tho principal failures is that
of tho United States Hotel, tho proprie
tors of which aie Messrs. Nenl and Hamil
tun, who are between $8,000 and fu,000 in
The principal loss is suffered by Hugo
Herold, the proprletorof tho Grand Union
Hotol, who has left town with u $1,000
ueui. ucuiiiu mm.
Congress Hall hns gono up with nbont
94,000 indebtedness, although it is under
stood that the whole nmount will be as
sumed by tho Conn Ilros., the owners of
tho building, who had leased it to C. G.
Gillette, tlio present proprietor.
Seven or eight other largo houses nro
reported ns having failed, but particulors
cannot yet be obtained of their status.
Simmons Indemnified Ills Ilondstnen.
New Youk, Sep. 2. Judgo Benedict, of
tho United Statos District Court, has
handed down a decision declining to , ac
cept Cornelius H. and Jacob Tnllman ns
bondsmen iuthe sum of $50, 000 for James
A. Simmons, under sentence of six yoars'
imprisonment for bank wrecking. He
discovered that Simmons had given tho
parties an indemnity contract for tho
sum, and said that ho did not euro to aid
any schohio of flight, as such it appeared
on tho face. Simmons wishes his liberty
while the stay of oxeaution of sentence,,
pending nppoal, is in force.
Seized 'With Chinamen on Hoard.
Wasuinoton, Sep. 2. Tho Treaoury
Department is advised that Captain
Tozler of tho Revenue Cuttor Wolcott has
seized the Bteamer George H. Starr bound
from Victoria to Port Angelas, for having
on board two Chinese Biibjccts. Assist
ant Seorotary Crotinz lias directod Captain
Tozler to deliver tho Chinamen and tho
vessel to tho collector at Port Townsond,
who is instructed to report the facts to
tho United States District-Attorney.
Chicago Cabinet linkers Strike.
CniCAClO. Sen. 2. About 1.000 cabinet
makers, cmployod in 50 shops have gone I
on strike for eight hours u day, the
nbolitiou of piece-work aud an lncrcaso
in wages. Tho employ ors say it is im
possible to grant tho demand of tho mon,
as nny change would result in throwing
tho Chicago manufacturers out of tho
Pa., Sep. 2. Delegates
are arriving slowly for the Democrntia
Stato convention to bo held to-morrow.
It Beems to be tho general belief hor'e that
Wright for Auditor-General, uud A. L.
Tilden for Stato Treasurer will bo tho
NEWS OF THE DAY.
John Young Drown was Inaugurated
Governor of Kentucky yesterday.
A. W. Gllllland & Co., produce com
mission firm of Philadelphia, have failed.
Secretary Tracy has returned to Wash
ington, and was ut tho Navy Department
John J. Plerson of Pittsburg was ar
rested in Lancaster, Pa., yesterday
charged by Andrew Cox of Philadelphia
with a largo embezzlment.
Edward Sweeney, who was sentenced
nt Duffalo yesterday to prison for disor
derly conduct, died of heart disease ten
minutes after being locked up.
George Durnean, forman of tho farm
of Gen. Henlo, near Washington, D. C,
WttB Hhot and killed yesterday by Nathius
Robinson, a discharged employe.
Tho cntlro issue of $100,000 3 1-2 per
cent. 20-yoar water bonds of tlio city of
Rome, N. Y., wero bid in at par by tho
Treasurer of the Homo Savings Bank.
Secretnry Proctor will leavo Washing
ton tho latter part of this week, to be ab
sent for toverul weeks, on a tour of in
spection of army posts in tho West and
WAsniNdTON, Sop. 'S. For Now England!
Oenorally fair In tho Interior; showers on the
coast; slightly warmer! vurlablo winds.
For Eastern Now York and Now Jorsoyi
Warmer, fair, southwesterly winds.
For Western Now York and Wostoru Penn
sylvania: Warmer, fair southwesterly winds.
ltcturn of the AVhlto llousu I.ndles.
New Yohk, Sep. 2. Collector Fassett
will place the revenue cutter Grant at
tho disposal of Mrs. President Harrison
to-day, for the purposo of going down the
bay and meeting the Majestic, which has
Mrs. MeKee nnd Mrs. Russell Harrison
on board. The cutter will ncoompany
the steamer to her dook, but will not take
tho ladies off tho Majestic, on account of
the danger attending such transfer.
A Fatal Mistake.
Physicians make no more fatal mistake
thau when they Inform patients that nervous
heart troubles come from the stomach and
are of little eoiuequence. Dr. Franklin
itllet, the noted Indiana specialist, has
proven the contrary in bis new book 011
'Heart Disease," which may be had free at
0, II. ILigenbuch's druy store who guarantees
aud recommends Dr. Miles uuenuulea New
Heart Cure, which has the largest sale ot auy
heart remedy In the world. It cure, nervous
bud organlo heart disease, short breath,
fluttering, pain or tenderness In the side, arm
or shoulder, Irregular pulse fainting, smother
ing, dropsy, etc Ills Uestoratlve Nervine
cures headache, tits, eto.
It Is vulgar to speak of a man as
having been drunk. Call It nil attack
of staggeria tauiaraceusls.
Miles' Korvo una Liver Pills
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowel through the nmvi,
A new discovery. Dr Miles' Pills bpeedijy
care bUlousuetH, bad ikate, torpid liver, pilot,
constipation, unequaled lor men, women,
children. Bmallest, mlMeat, surest! V)dOHeR,
2Scta. Bamples Free, at O. II. ilegeubucU'a
Where They Commit All 2tCann.tr of Brutal
and Revolting Outrages,
CongrcMllonnl Chiefs Arriving nt nntlngo.
A Very Hitter reeling Against the United
States Nothing Yet litis lleen "en id
from llaluinccdii Ills l'ornicr Officers'
ranitllcs l'rleudleis and Penniless.
Vali-Ahaiso, Chili, Sept. 2. Exciting
news is brought from the South by steamer
front Tnloahuatio. The two regiment of
government troops which wore taken to
that port recently from Coqultnuo by the
trasport Iinperialo revolted when they
heard of tho defent of the llalmacedlsts
at riacllla last Friday.
They shot to dentil all of their officers
and disbanded. Nearly 4,000 coal miners
1 t:- , , . 41 i 1 ...
J joined mem, nuu logeiuer mey iwvo janu-
, tlcnlly taken possession of the town of
Coronel. All sorts of excesses havo beon
committed by them
Houses and stores
I have been sacked and burned. The
slightest protests against their actions is
met by rifle shots. Women have been
abused and subjected to brutalities ot the
most revolting character.
In fact mob rule in its worst form pre
vails. Some outrages havo been committed
also in Concepcina and Tnlcahuano, but
tho force ntthe dispoinlof the authorities
there lias been sufficient to savo them
from the fate which hus overtaken tho
0,000 people of Coronel.
Foreign wnr Bhipsbavo left for Coronol.
Senor Jorge Montt, General Canto and
others of tho Congressional chiefs ar
rived in Santiago yesterday. They wore
received with tho greatest enthusiasm by
the people of tlio capital. Gen. Hauuo
dano, the acting President, received them
olllclnlly. Tho other members of tho
Junta do Goblerno are expected to arrive
here from Iqulque to-day. They will at
onco proceed to Santiago, when tho ques
tion of a new olection mid the reorganiza
tion of tho government will bo con
sidered. Thero is 110 disguising the fact that
there is a very bitter feeling against the
Americans on tho part of tho successful
revolutionists. This feeling is so strong
that unless it is placated ill some way it
may seriously allect American commercial
interests in Chill for somo tinio. Tlio
rebols have all along believed that tho
United States was favoring llalmacedn.
Tho feeling against Minister Egnn is
very violent, and thero Is little question
that his recall will soon bo demandod.
It Is chargdd, and from the records ap
pears to bo true, that only n small por
tion of tho cruelties porpotrated by tho
lute government have. been published.
Tho Congresslonallsts are giving trials
. to all ocaiust whom offences aro chanted.
and executions up to this time havo been
Mucli pity is felt for tho families of tho
Dalmacedist officials who have lied tho
country. Many of them have been left
behind, friendless nnd penniless.
Nothing has been heard hero of Presi
dent Iinlmncedu since he was reported
with his family and valuables at Los
Andes. It Is not likely that any definite
news will bo receivod of him until he gets
within tho range of telegraphic communi
cation on tho other Bide of the mountains.
It has been found impossible to bury all
the bodies which wero left on Friday's
battlefield with the facilities at tho com
mand of tho authorities, and it has there
fore been decidod to cremate them. This
will probably bo done to-morrow.
Fenrcd that Iloth Have lleen Drowned.
Plattsboro, N. Y., Sep. 2. It Is feared
that Georgo Gautbmann aud Henry La
inonty, both of Lyon Mountain,;iiavo been
drowned in Merril's Lake, whero they
went last Sunday for a fishing trip, and
have not been seen sinco. Their boat
was found on tho shoro of tho lako with
a part ot Lamonty's clothing in It. A
heavy wind prevailed on tho lako on
Sunday nnd It is supposed that tho
bout capsized and both were drowned.
Itobbors " Hold Up " u Train.
Texas Cheek, Col., Sep. 2. Tho Den
ver und Rio Grande train, No. 4, from
Ogdon was "hold up" four miles west of
this station by seven masked men, and
the express car robbed of about $3,000.
None of tho passengers wero molostod.
Tho robbers hnd horses ready for an
immediate flight to Wet Mountain Valley.
The Sheriff stnrted In pursuit nt onco
with as largo a posse as he could summon
on such short notice.
Mrs. Astor's Itobc. Sold at Auction.
New Yor.K, Sep. 2. Tho gowns con
signed to Mrs. Astor from Paris, and held
by the Custom House, being rejected by
Mrs. Astor on tbo ground that the con
signor had attempted to defraud her as
well as tho government, have been sold
ot auction. No. 1, a green silk and velvet
robe, brought $000; No. 2, a blue brocho
silk robe, was bought by Koster & Dial
for the singer, Jennie. Joyce, for $770.
Young Garfield Dcfoateil for Noinlnntlon.
Cleveland, O., Sep. 2. In tlio Stato
Senatorial convention held in this city
yaaterday James R. Garfield, son of the
late President Garfield, was it candidate,
but he was snowed under on the first
ballot by ox-Speaker Lampson, who re
ceived 106 votes to young Gnrileld's 0.1.
The nomination of Lampsou Is a vlotory
for Foroker over Sherman in the United
States Senatorial eontest.
Connecticut River IlallrouA Ktatomont
pH!nofield, Mass., Sep. 2. Tho an
nual report of tho Connecticut IU ver Rail
road, submitted to nnd accepted by the
director, shows the totnl income to have
been tl. 105,618, un increase of $6,223 over
160; expense!, $03:4,018, a decrease of
$&8,7?1. The annual stockholders meet
ing was called for Septombor 10.
An Old Iitindinurk Humeri.
Scire ate, Mass.. Sep. 3. Tho old tovm
house, erected In 1054, wua burned lost
evenina. IhebuIldinKwas not occaniod.
nnd was practically valule&i except as an
Favor Andrew 'White fur Governor.
tXT iwiiurmtiru XT V Ort O tn TM 4
district Republican convention for Jeffer
con (Juunty wlopte.a a resolution favoring
'the nomination of Andrew B. White for
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