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Presents In the n-.oil elegant Com
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE
FIQS 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 perma
nently cure Habitual Cousti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy known to
CLE4NSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Ililinus or Constipated
PURL BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEBP
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUOQIST FOU
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CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
UOUISVIUE. KY NEW YORK. N. 1.
John R. Coye,
Real Estate Agent,
Cor. Main and Centre Streets. SHENANDOAH, PA.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
1 A two and one-half story double frame
dwelling nouse, wun siure-room nnares.
taurnnt. Located on Last Centre street.
it A valuable property located on Bouth Jar-
3 Seven dwelling houses at the corner of GH
bert and Lloyd streets. Good investment,
u only genuine German AedctIom
bl to cure BlOOd Pol60r1.
Nervous Debility od Spe
cial Diseases ttn
SMaDitttwi, KedSpoUPtlai la th
Blotches, Plmplei, Emptioni, ion or
hM Ulcers, Swelllngi, JrrtUtloni,
Inflaunmatiooi asl Banning!,
Striatum, YMkneu and Early
dy, loit memory, weak buck, mental anxletr, ntlney n
Klaiacr mseasea ana all inseawi remiuB irvm
IaltrLtlon or Oferworfc. Rwwnt canea cored In 4 to 10 oaya
relief at onoc Do net low hope, no matwr bt J1'
tlnln Doctor, Qnack, Family or Hoipltal Physician ban failed.
Dr. THEEL urea positively "'I without dcwntloo from
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ifinartai. rich or poor, send Xo. Itmnp for bOOk
'TRUTH" epoMni Quaaka under aworn tesUmonlali.
IIovm. (tally from 9 to 3, RV 6 to 9, TTed. and Bat.
Mr'tn 8 to 10. Sundaf fl till 11. Writ or call and ha .
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fr, niAnH fnllivvirii'n t'nld or xnosure. or froCon
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Ihryfiro gHentten.iu to the biitlnt jbI., itaprrt
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dining. Beatnyi , ,ti .r . , neiin,ri. ,.aai .
Ur, Harter T,,r ri'r z., ST.101.IS, MO
Elck Headache and relieve all tho troubles Incf
dent to a billons stito or ths syetam, such 03
Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after
eating, rain In the Bide, &o. Whllo tholrtnosO
j-oxamliablo success has been shown la curing j
beadscbe, yet Carter's Llttlo tlver Villa ara
equally valuablo In Constipation, curing and pro
venting this annoying complaint, whllo they alia
correct all disorders of t ho stoinochtlmulato thg
aver and regulate the bowels. EvenlfLaojonij
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ifcbleln so many ways that they will not bo WIN
lllog to do without them. BataftorollelcliheaJ
flsthebanoof so many lives that horolawhoro
Tfemalo our great boast. Our pills cure it whllo
uarterii utue uvcr 1'iua aro ver7 Hmaii ana
r HI I.i.i.ii.h.V U.i. .In nr n. rv
, usethem. InvlalsatSScentst QveforSl. Sold
ty druggists everywhere, or sent by maU.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New Yorki
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
tinjnnmi ana imiy Hcnulne. A
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lllOOttlvrv Ri.ruta dnprrvu tubttotu, r
fS "IIUL-f for ti
7 Chit be"tAr i'ucial
tai.pa for nar'lciilara tMtluwnlala aa4
Sold by all Local Itniuu,
Or tho iJ' iutr Habit, lunliltly Cureu
hy uuuiiniftffrliur Jr. Maine
It It manufactured a a powder, wbioh oan be given
In Klaas of beer, a oup of oottee or tea, or In food,
without tbe knowledgo ol the patient. It ie absolutely
harmleu. and will eifeot a permanent and tpeedy
ure. whether the patient i a moderate drinker or
mi alooholio wrack It has been sivea in thousand!
v oahasi mnA in ttvtirv lntanofl a nerfeat cure has fol
ued. JtncierFalla. The system onoe impregnt
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48 page book cf particular free- To bo bad o
,C. H.iHAGENBUCH, Drugalst, Shenandoah
THE WAR PORTFOLIO
Sccrctnry Troctor Sends in His
TO TAKE EFFECT SEPTEMBER 30.
It is Eeportod that Stephen B. Elkina Will
bo His SucooBsor,
Germany's Strangfl rrocoedlnes llcj;ard-
Ing tho I'ork nmbnrBnThe New Jtlnl.
trr to llnyti--lliportoil Spirits to be
Closely Wntched-S 1,000,000 Sent South
to Move Cotton.
VashinotoN, Sep. 5. It Is reported
here on whntls considered good authority
that Secretary of Wnr Proctor has sent
his resignation to President Harrison, to
tako effect on September 80.
Tho sumo authority says thnt Stephen
B. Elklns of New York and West Vir
ginia will assumo thr duties of the War
Offlco on October 1 by the appointment of
Germany Ignores tho State Dopartment rn
tho I'ork Kmbarffo Itluttor.
SVAsm:fOTON, Sep. 5. Secretary Rusk
in a letter to the Hon. W. A. Hatch of
Missouri, informing him of tho removal
of tho prohibition of Amoricnn pork by
Germany, tays tho thnnks of the farmers
of this country are duo to Mr. Hatch for
his efforts In their behalf, and especially
because of his advocacy before tho House
of Representatives of the Meat Inspection
bill, without which tho removal of tho
f rohlbition could not have been ob
ained. Tho Stuto Department has not boon in
formed of the withdrawal of Germany's
edict. The Department officials con
sider It somowhat strango that the Ger
man poverument, through its Embassy
in Washington, should huvo informed
the Agricultural Department of tho re
moval and ngt have sent the news to the
Knglnnd Flaying n Double Gnrno.
WAsniNQTON, Sept. C. A Chilian high
in tho confidonc of tho Insurgent loaders
is authority for tho statement that Eng
land has been playing a double game in
the Chilian insurrection. While profess
ing sympathy for tho insurgents her Min
ister nt Santiago Went fnr in certain di
rections to keep on good terms with Dal
maceda, and that this was really tho mo
tlvo for tho Espolgle uffafr. Tho English
really did not havo much confidence in
the success of tho rebellion, and they
wished to be on good terms with both
sides in tho interest of English commerce.
jTouso X.ettor Boxes.
Wasdikoton, Sop. 5. The commission
which was recently in session nt tho Post
offico Department examining models of
house letter boaes has made Its report,
recommending tho adoption of two dif
ferent kinds of boxes. Postmaster-General
Wanamnker has been considering tho
report and models for some time and will
In A few days decide which is acceptable
to tho Government.
To Moro Closely Watch Imported Spirits.
WabihncitO.v, Sop. 5. The Treasury
Deportment has instructed tho Collector
at Now York to carefully scrutinize the
guage and proof of contents and the out
ward appearance of packages of spirits,
with a view to ascertaining whether or
not tho spirits are returned In exactly
In tho snrao condition as when exported,
as there are just grounds for suspecting
some manipulation of the spirits whilo
Monument to a Iluncman,
Wawiwotos, Sop. 5. A Vienna corre
spondent says tho plan to erect a monu
ment to Mouravieff, the hangman of Po
land, at Wilna, is attributed to a pur
pose on the part of the Russians to in
spire terror in Poland by recalling the
punishment of the Polish insurgents in
1803. The square In whjob. the monument
Is to bo put up witnessed the hanging of
scores of Polish prisoners.
Minister Douglass' Successor.
WAsmNOTOir, Sept 5. John S. Dur
ham, who was appointed yesterday Min
ister resident and Consnl-General at
Hnytl, is now Consul at St. Domingo.
Ho Is a colored man of education and
general capacity. It was necessary to
hare some one appointed at once In view
of the present state of affairs in tho
The Cotton Movement Dcgun.
Wasiiinoto.i, Sep. 3. The movement
in cotton has begun and during the past
fow days the Treasury Department has
sent about 1,000,000 to New Orleans
through exchuuge on New York for that
account. Tho movement is later than
lost yoar and the demand for monoy not
Sec Xoble Going to Capa May.
Washington, Sep. 5. Secretary Noble
will leave Washington next Manday for
Cape May Point, whero ho will have a
conference with the President in regard
to opening lands to settlors la Oklahoma'
Territory, and other important matters
connected with the Interior Department
roqulring tho views of the President.
Arrested fur Attempted Assault.
BiNO Sino, N. Y., Sopt 5. Miss Nora
Ilassett, 16 years old, daughter of Win,
Uassett, superintendent of 0. T. Titus'
place at Scarborough, has had Mr, Titus'
coachman arrested. He attempted to as
Bault her Tuesday ovenlug. He would
havo accomplished his purpose but for
the timely arrival of two girls who were
attracted by her ories. The prisoner
waived examination and was placed un
der $1,000 bail.
Officer Elected at a Reunion.
Gettysbuiiq, Pa., Sep. 4. At a reunion
of the lBth Pennsylvania Infantry and
the 8d Heavy Artillery held hore the fol
lowing officers were chosen for the rogl
montal association: President, Col. S. A.
Olven, Philadelphia; vice-president,
Charles Schlecht, Philadelphia; secretary,
1L T. Greeves; Treasurer, Joseph Mc
Alnir Mot IJkely to lie Tried This Term.
LAC0KIA, N. H., Sep. f5. The present
prospect is that Almy, the murderer of
L'hrlstle Warden, will not be tried at the
Soptomber term of court at Woodirille,
on account of his physical condition.
N EVERY Re
ccipt that calls for
use the "Royal."
T 1 ...Ml
Jggf Jjcuti luauits win
be obtained because it is
the purest. It will make
the food lighter, sweeter,
of finer flavor, more di
gestible and wholesome.
It is always reliable and
uniform in its work.
"I regard the Royal Baking Pow
der as the best manufactured. Since
Its introduction into my kitchen I
have used no other.
Clinmberlaln Iloywood a Harvard Hon.
Boston, Sep. 5. J. C. Hoywood, who
had been named by tho Popo us one of his
private chomberlnins, is a graduate of
Harvard, class of IBoj. Most of nis mo
has boen snont abroad. In 1802 ho pub
lished a book ontitlod "Salome, tho
Daughter o Hcroditas," and ho is tho
author of "Lady Morton" and numer
ous other poems of merit, lha oltico to
which he has been appointed is not actu
ally a religious one.
Minister Fhelps Congratulated.
New York, Sep. 5. As a consequence
of the removal of the embargo on Ameri
can pork, Mr. Phelps, the Minister of the
United States to Ucrmany, is receiving
many congratulatory telegrams. Mr.
rhclps has cabled Secretary of State
Blaine, nt Bar Harbor as follows: "May
I, through you, congratulate tho Presi
dent upon tho fact that under his aus
pices a long struggle to secure this right
has successfully ended. "
Heart disease Is by far the most frequent
cause of sudden denih. which In three out of
four cases Is uususptcted. The symptonisare
not generally underttood Thete are: lying
on lue rignx. eiue, euurt urrum, ijuiuuhh.
treks In hide, bHCK or shoulder, irregular
nulte, asthma, wcatt Bnd hungry spells, wind
in stomach, swelling o: ankles or dropsy,
opnietslou, dry cough and smothering. Dr.
Wiles' Illustrated hooK on Heart Disease, fre
at O. II. Hngenliuch, who sell and guarantee
Dr. Miles' unequnled New Heart Core, and his
KestomtHo Nervine, which cures nervous
ness, headache, sleeplessness, eliectsof drink
ing, etc. It contains no opiates.
This Is the time to fill your coal
house or bill.
Miles' Kervo ana Iilvor Pills
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver. Ktnmnch and dowels ihtwah the nerves.
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Fills speedily
cute blliousuem, bad taste, torpid Uver, piles,
constipation. Unequnled lor men, women,
children. Smallest, mlloest, surest I 6ldos.es,
25cts. Hnraplcs Frets, at C. 11. Hagenbuch's
Ministers are rounding up their scat
Ob, What a Cough.
Will you heed the warning? The signal per
caps of the t.ure npproHCh of that more ter
rible disease. Confumptlon. Ask yourselves
If you can aflord for the sake of saving 60
renlK, to run the risk and do nothing for it,
W know from experience that Hhllnh's Curs
will Cure jonr Cough. It nevtr falls. This
explains why more than a Million Bottles
were sold the past year. It relieves Croup
and Whopping (.ongb at once. Mothers do
not bo without It. For Lame Bactt, Side or
Chef t, use Shiloh's I'onms l'lasler. Sold by
C. II. llngenbuch, N. I'., corner ilnln and
Now for the oyster.
a. Curo for Constipation and
Dr. Silas Lane, while in tho Rocky
Mountains, discovered a root that wln
combined with other herbs, makes an oas,
and certain cure for constipation. It is in
tho form of dry roots and loaves, and is
known as Lano's .family Medicine. It
will euro sick headache. For tho blood,
liver and kidneys, and for clearing up the
complexion it does wonders. Druggists
lell it at 50 cents a packago
Labor day next Monday.
Ask Your FrlendB About It
Your distressing couh can bo cured
Wo know it because Kemp's Balsam
within tho past few years has cured so
many coughs and colds in tbislcommunity.
Its remarkable sale has been won entirely
by its genuine morit. Ask some iriond
who has used it what ho thinks of Kemp's
Ualsam. There is no medicine so pure,
aonoso oflectivo. Lur;o bottles 60c andfl
at all druggists'.
School attendance la good.
Shiloh's Consumption Curo.
This is beyond question the most suc
Miwlul Cough Medicine we have ever sold.
few doses Invariably cure the woist cases ol
Couch, Croup, and Ilronchllls, while Its won
derful suocets In the cure of consumption is
without a parallel In the history of medicine.
Since It's first discovery it has been sold on a
guarantee, a test which no other inedloluo
eau stand, Ii you have a Cough we earnestly
ask you to try 11. Price ID cents. 60 cents, and
II. to. If your Lungs are sore, Chest or Hack
lame, use Million's Forous Plaster. Hold by
U. U. liagenbuch, N. K. corner Main and
Counterfeit twenty -live cent pieces
The American people are rapidly becoming
a ce of nervous wrecks, and the following
suggests tbebestreii edy : Alphousollemptf.
lug, of Ilutler, l'a., swturs that when his son
was speechless from Ht. Vitus dance Dr.
Miles' great Hesloratlve Nervine cured him.
Mrs. J. H Miller, of Valparaiso, and J. D.
Taylor, of Logansport, Ind., eaoa gained 20
pounds from taking It, Mrs, II. A, Uardner,
of Vistula, Intl., was cured of 40 to 60 con
vulsions a day, and much headach:, dizzi
ness, backache and nervous prostration by
one bottle. Trial bottles, and fine books of
marvelous oures, free at O. 11. liagenbuch,
the druggist, who recommends and guaran
tees this unequaled remedy.
STEEL RAILROAD TtEa
Xow riolng Given a I'ractleot Test lly an
PnilADBhrniA, Sop. 5. The PhlladoU
phla & Reading Railroad Company Is
making n novel experiment in testing tie
thorough practicability of having stool
railroad ties Instead of wooden ones. A
section of track constructed ot steel rails
and ties on a stone ballatt has been laid
on Ninth street, In tho neighborhood
Berks street, and another section has
been introduced but a little further ouB
on the lino. If theso experiments provo
satisfactory, It will, In all probability, ba
the beginning of a general use of steel
tics on nil the ifnes of the company.
Thera has been a considerable portion
of steel-tie trnok laid on tho Now York or
Bound Brook divleon for several months,
and no bettor opportunity could be of
fered to compare and test It with the old
stylo, as the rond Is unquestionably a
flno one. Tho tie Is steel and about th
usual length. It is flat and hollowed out
like an Inverted trough, which permits
the stone ballast to work up solidly un
der it, and H, Is claimed thnt tho longer
and harder the wear the mora solid and
stable the tlo and roadbed become.
These ties wore made in this city on
the principle of those used on railroads
throughout Great Britain and parts ot
Europe. Although the primary cost is
about three times as much as wooden
ones t is claimed that they last 40 years,
whereas those now in use enduro not
longer than seven years. In addition to
tho additional stability ot tho metal tics
thoy secure a much smoother rido for
travelers. Their appearance is also in
Experiments havo previously been
made by other companies in tho United
States, but the cost hahltherto operated
against their general adoption. A party
of railroad men from New Yock witnessed
tho laying and first tests of tho now bed.
It is stated that they were much Im
pressed with the oxperlment.
FOROED TO CUT WAGES.
Frlnt Cloth Mafeers Deny that Thoy De
sire to Break Xixlstlng Contracts.
FALLltrvsn, Mass., Sop. C.-Tho man
ufacturers dony thnt there isanydesiru
on their part to break existing contracts
by determining to reduce wnge3.
A majority of tho contracts now hold
by print cloth mills will have run out by
October and thors was no prospeot of re
newing them at this time at fair prices.
Manufacturers of odd goods would not
consent to a curtailment of production,
becauso they had contracts extending be
yond the tlmo held by those of print
goods corporations, and the only alter
native left was to produco goods at a
lower figure than thoy now cost.
The Swiss Ferpctual Alliance.
New Youk. Sop. 5. Tho Swiss of this
city began this morning the grand colo
bration of the 000th anniversary of tho
Swiss Perpetual Alliance. Tho celebra
tion will continue throughout Sunday
and Monday, at Washington Park. To
day's celebration opened with a histori
cal parade. This afternoon the park is
the scene of n grand volks fostival. On
Sunday there will be a big sacred con
cert, games for the ohildron, and in tho
evening a fireworks illuminatlvo oon
cert. On Monday the groat shooting
contest will occur and the prizes dis
tributed. A Monster l.ooomntive.
AltoowA, Pn., Sep. 5. Tho Pennsyl
vania road has just eommencod tho build
ing of a monster locomotive at its shops
hero. It will bo about threo times as
long as the average locomotive, will havo
two sets of driving wheels, one set being
In front and one set of pony wheels be
ing under tho pilot. Tho wheels will bo
undor truoks, bo that the locomotive can
go around curves. Two firemen will bo
necessary to supply tho coal. Tho loco
motive, it is alleged, will be poworful
enough to haul a train of cars a mile in
Hrlg.-den. Wild's Denth.
Boston, Sep. 5. Brig.-Gen. Edward
Augustus Wild, late of Brooklino, Mass.,
whose death was reported from Medollin,
Colombia, South America, last ovonlng,
was a graduate of Jnrvard and Harvard
Law School, and of Jefferson Medical
College, Ponnsylvenla. Ho was a modi
cal officer in the Turkish army In tho
Crimean, war and was presented a mednl
at its close by the Turkish government.
He served through the rebellion, rising
from the rank of captain to brigadier
general. He has been largely interested
in mining of late. He was CO years old.
Whits Is Still u Candidate.
New Yobk, Sept. 5. Ex-Senator PI att
said to-day tvtt ho would go to Roches
ter to-morrow night, although tho Re
publican State Convention thoro docs
not begin until Wednesday. He refused
to discuss the question as to who would
be nominated for Oovernor, but ho did
authorize a positive denial of tho story
published that Androw D. Whito was en
tirely out of the r&co.
Serious Chargo Against Two Girls.
WilmISQTOn, Del., Sep. 5. Kate Ma
honey, aged 10 yearB, and her sister Jo
sephine, agud 13 year, aro undor arrast
for the murder of the former's child.
Kate, who is unmarried, gave birth to
the child on March 23 la it On the same
day she psraunded her sister to tako the
living babe and throw it into the Brandy
wine Creek. The ease only became known
to tho polloe a fow days ago.
Iteslgnetl Just in Time.
PlIlLADSU'IHA, Sep. 5. Tho action yes
terday of George Roney, Director of Pub
lio Safety, who U aoausod ot irregulari
ties while Superintendent ot the Alma
House, in tendering his resignation to
Mayor Stuart, saved him frosi additional
disgrace, for it Is understood that the
mayor had already prepared a letter no
tifying him of his dismissal.
Secretary Frootor at Marlilshaad, Mass.
MarbuweAd, Mass., Sept. 5. Secre
tary Proetor arrlvod hore this morning
from Washington. Ha will remain here
until Monday, whan being joined by
Quartermaster-General ISatehellcr and
Lieutenant Howard he will start on a
tour ot inspection of military posts in
Gov. Hill Goes Yachting.
New Yorts, Sep. 4, Gov. Hill arrived
at tho Hoffman House shortly after S
o'clock this morning, and left soon after
for a short ya chtlt.g trip.
Lord Aberdeen hi Massachusetts.
NoHTurjr.lD, Mass., Sept. C Lord
Aberdeen and party will spend Sunday
A REVOLTING SCENE
Wifc-Mnrderor Bulling Failed
to Cheat tho Ilansmaii.
HE SHOT HIMSELF IN HIS CELL
A Clergyman Under Arrest for Tarnishing
The Murderor Wns Drngged to tbo Gal
lows While Illeedlngfrom Ills Wounds
Ho Cursed tho Sheriff While thn Illnoh
Cap Was llelng AdjustedSwung Into
lltcrnlty With an Oath on Ills Lips.
St. Joseph, Mo., Sep. 5. An old sher
iff who was present at the execution ol
Louis Bulling, the wife murderor, said
to-day in conversation with n press rep
resentative that he had witnessod
and assisted at a number of hangings
but tho trngody of yeotonlay was the
most revolting ho had ever scon.
Sheriff Barry had set tho hour for the
execution at 10 o'clock. When ho went
to the cell at 0 o'clock to propn.ro tho
doomed mnn for the exeoution, Bulling
pleaded so plteously for a stay of n fow
hours thnt the sheriff gave him until 2
o'clock. When 8 o'clock oame Bulling
renewed his supplication, and falling on
his kneos pleaded for one hour more.
His request was again granted, tho
guard removed from tho cell door and ho
was again leff with his spiritual advinor.
The sllenco of tho jail was broken only
by the voico of the priest, when sudden
ly two shots rang out. The sheriff ran
to tho cell and found Bulling prostrate
upon the floor, weltering in his own
blood, whioh flowed from a wound in his
breast. He had shot himself twice.
A hasty examination of Bulllng's body
showed that ono of tho bullets had en
tered the left breast and. glancing from a
rib had passed around his body and oomo
out of his baok. Tho other bullet had
only inflicted a slight flosh wound Inula
left side. Ho had not lost consciousness,
and when tho sheriff ordered four depu
ties to carry him to the scaffold, ho
cursed and swore at them in a horrible
Tho deputies dragged the struggling
man to the yard, and lifted him upon
the gallows. Ho rotused to stand, and
thoy placed him upon a chair. As ho sat
there ho presented a revolting spootaolo.
His hands and face woro covered with
blood, which also stained his shirt, and
blood was streaming through his ulioos,
that had run from the wounds in his
breast. Ho cursed and swore at tho
deputies, cried and screamed for mercv,
The sheriff gavo him a largo glass of
brandy, and ho swallowed It at ono gulp.
Finally ho wus told to stand up. He re
fused, and four deputies held him up
whllo the rope was being adjusted. The
black cap was placed over his head, and,
yelling, screaming and blaspheming, ho
shot throngh tho opening. The Rev.
Lavak, who Is boltovod to havo supplied
tho revolver, has boon placed under
arrest. No one else it is thought oould
have given him tho weapon.
SEARCHING FOR HI8 WIFE.
Why Doesn't Mrs. Otto Unckerstoln Come
Home to Her Husbaud ?
New Yoiik Sep. 5. Tho wife of Otto
Unckerstoln the proprietor of the notol
Hamilton, disappeared In June last, and
he has spent nbout $200 in advertising
for her and begging her to return, and
he now offers a reward for any informa
tion concerning her. Ho says that sho was
well connectod in Europe, and ho sup
posed she had gone thero aftor sho left
Thoy had a disagreement in regard to
nbov and nirl they had in their employ.
He discharged tho boy and thon asked
his wlfo to discharge tho girl. The girl,
however, told Mrs. Unckorstoln that her
husband had been making love to her,
and whou sho learned this she left the
house. Yesterday he reoolved a lottor
from her without any dato and post
marked Brooklyn, In which she said he
would no doubt be surprised to roceivo a
fow lines from her, especially after being
shamed as he had shamed her, but sho
should write to him occasionally. Sho
said thero was no use in alluding to any
thing which had occurred at tho Hamil
"Sufllco it to say that I was told all
about your conduct." Sinco she had left
sho had taken a position for miserable
pay, and sho had to work, as sho did not
have sufficient money to support horsolt,
and she had navor asked for or received
help from anyouo olse. Sho desrcd him
to wrlto to her futher, and said that tbo
next lottor ho resolved would bo through
him, concluding the letter with, "God
bless and forgive you." Sho signs lior
solf your unfortunato wife, Catherine.
Uuckcrstein has applied to tho pollcu for
asslstunce in finding his wife.
Coal Vessels llurned ut flea.
San Francisco, Sep, 5. A cablegram
from L"' don to-day conveys tho Informa
tion t . the British stoel ship Carr
Rook, owned in Glasgow and bound from
Dundee to this port with a cargo of Soot
tisb splint coal, was totally destroyed by
tire. She sailed from Dundee on June
20. Nothing Is said about the origin of
the flro or tho safety of the crew. Tho
Dutch bark Khersonese, with a cargo of
coal, was burned in the harbor ot Monte
video July 2d.
All Wur Talk lu Germany.
IlnflUN, Sp. 0. Even the subject of
great grain scarolty is lew now in the
public mind than the possibility or prob
ability of wur. Everybody is talking
about the ohanoes of a rupture, and
while inuuy assume to believe that the
peace of Europe will be preserved tor
Home time longer, yet tho prevalent feel
ing is one of doubt nnd apprehension.
Triumph for theCanadlnn-Faetflo.
London, Sept B, Tho transport of
malls from Yokohama across tho Ameri
can fontluont will In all probability bs
delivered in London within 31 days. This
is unquestionably a great triumph for
tho CaSadlsn-PaolQo Railroad and Its
subsidized lino ot steamers.
Blade Its First Ueat of Stool.
Nokribtown, Pa., Sep. 5. The Norris
town Bteel Company made Its first heat
ot steel yesterday. The operation was
successful. The open-hearth process is
used in the two furnaces thus f r er(.o tad,
Tho company elves emplaymont to about
0 te hundred men . . .
18 WATER PROOF. 1 ehn
A HANDSOME POLISH. I
8 LEATHER PRESERVER, f ,
O BRUSHING REQUIRED. J
Used br men. women and children.
Walt rtarltnff. toot eaach isn't drrreL Ih&reforl
painted It with
Looks like a now coach, don't It bsbr f
A 10c. Hottle wilt paint n ll&by Coach.
A iiSc. Hottle n, llrtl Itoom Suit.
WOLFF ItAKDOLPII, Philadelphia.
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Lenses, Mortgages nnd llonds written,
Mnrrinxe licenses and legal claims
promptly ntteuded to.
Real t'slalc, Collodion and Insurance Agency.
Qcnernl Flro Insurance Business, Represents
the Northwtsteru Life Insurance Co.
Ofkicr Muldoon's building, corner Centre
and Wuat bis.,uhcnandohh, l'a.
Good Hroperlies ol All Kinds For Sale.
1. A two story double lran.B dwelling hnnso
store and reMnnrHn', nr EnM Centre St.
2. A dwelling and lesinuniut on Fast Centre
3. Deslmblu property oi, corner Cintre nDd
Jardin streets, suhnblo for business pnr-
4. A two story double lrame dwelling, on
5. Two 2 story Inane dwellings on West Cen
0. Two 'i story dwelling" on tho corner of
Coal and Chestnut slieets More room In
7. Two-story single house "n North Chestnut
street with a inrge wnieh' tuo at the rear.
8. Thr ee two-Riory double frame buildings
cornirof Lloyd and ( Utert streets.
. Asls my ngonts for W. I.. Itnuglnn Shoes.
If not for Bale In your place nsk your
ilf-nlei to send for cntnlocue, securo tho
nifcncr, and get them for yon.
f 'TAKE NO piCUSTITUTE,
WHY IS THE
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It 1 a fcamlcsa shoe, with no tacka or wax thread
tO hurt the feet! lnriilfl of thn lmut rlnn en If afvllalt
and easy, nud becau$a tee mae more ehoe$ of this
grade than any other manufacturer. It equals hand
sewed shoes costing from $4.00 to 85.W).
uu ucmiiup iiniiii-M'WL'd, the nnest cair
wfvJa bllOO ever OiTrrert fnr AVtlli onimk KYnniM.
Imported shoes w hich cost from 83.00 to $U.9),
uir jiuiKioiMU'd wcu pmiop. nne cair,
sty lab. comfortablti nnd ilumhln. Thn htRt
shoo ever ofterod at this price t same grade as cus
tom-made nhooi cob tin? from 8ff.0o to BaxtX
: -j i-ouro -tuooi lanners, itauroau ncn
,J t nnd I.nttpr f'nrrliiranll wnnFilinm flnannlr
peanilass, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten
clou edj?e. One pair will wear n year.
uif liiiui'iiiii uu ueuur hnoo ever onereti as
i thl4 nrk'o: ono trlnl will (VYiivlncn thnnn
ho want a ehoe for comfort and ttervlce.
mm ?j,uu woruiiiKiiinu'fl shoes
nra vcrv Rtrimir nnd ilnrnhfo Tlmsn whr-k
hao glrcn them a trial will wear no other make.
LwUj 53 worn bvtho linvmiVBrvuhprn! t hp v sell
C s3m mm &i,7' scnooi snoea arm
uu tuvji met nt, iw mi' lucirtsniuH nuit's buuvy
I drl S;f.00 llaiitl-Hcweil shoe, best
ei&4v uw7 uotiffom, very ruyllsb; equals French
imported kUoos eoatlnjf from sl.i' to ftBji).
I. ml let' J.50, &.()() and shoo for
Mis it's are tho Lest fine Don got a, Stylish nnd durable.
Cnutlon -Mee that XV. h, Douglas' name anil
price aro stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
w. l. duuuuo, urocuion, iass.
Largest ami Otilent
Reliable Purely Cash Companies,
120 S. Jardin St., Shenandoah, Pa.
GOLD MEDAL, PAIU3, 1S7S.
1. Baker & Go.'s
from which the excess ot
oil has been removed, is
aud it in Soluble.
arc used in its preparation. It haa
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Stnrch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and Is thoreforo far mora
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily diohsted,
nnd admirably ndnpted for Invalids
as well as for porsons in health.
Sold by Crocoro ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
J H POMKBOY,
A TJORNEY'A T'LA W,
Jfllo Beddsll's building corner Sf sin nd Centra