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HE HAD OUTSIDE AID
Fitzslmraons' Escapo Yas
DOWN TO BUSINESS
Tho Democratic State Conven
tion nt tho Rcnl Work.
Wolff sflC M Blacking
flighcst of all in Leavcnbg Power. U. . Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
a Handsome polish.
A LEATHER PRESE
Likoly Woll Planned.
Used by men. women and children.
A VERY DARING UNDERTAKING.
MAT GET THROUGH TO-DAY.
The Bost Possible Detective Talent En-
gaged to Loot for Him.
Presents In tlie most eleetnt form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUlOE
FIQ8 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 Consti
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
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is bilious or Constipated
PURE DLOOD, REPRESHINO SLEEP,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it. ,
ASK YOUR DRUQQIST FOR
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CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
' SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. "
. 6uiSVIUE. KY, ', NEW YORK, N. T.
- ARE aOINO TO
MlHHourl, KnnnnSi ArWatiHas,
.Colorndo, Utnli, C'Uiloriijn,
New Mexico or Arlfconn,
and will Bend me a postal card
or letter stating
"Whero you are' going,
When youWe going,
Where you will otart from,
Hbw'rhany there are In ybur parly,
What freight and baggage you have,
I will write you or cull at your houte and
furnish you with Ibe fullest (Information
.regarding; .route,, lowest .rates of all
classes, betfdes nisjsj descriptive and 11.
lu&trated land pamphlets, resort books,
Hot Springs guides, etci
Cbeap Farming Lands In Missouri, Arkan
sas, Kansas ana Texas,
J. P. HoCANN, Eastern Trav. Agt.,
w. E, Hoyi;, .
G. E. P, Agt.t 391 B roadway ,New York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
1 - ' L.I. ' I )
Nearly every pattern of 5a Horse
Blanket is ifnitated in cdlor and
style. In most cases the imitation
looks just as good as the genuine,
but it hasn'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 Horse Blankets
are copied is strohg evidence
rthat 'they are THE STANDARD,
and every buyer should see that
the $v trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
for Ml Mm tloctrle
I Ba(ter .:
ARE THF, STRONGEST.
100 5A STYLES
at prices to suit everybody. JJfiyqu can't get
them from, your dealer, write us. Ask foi
the Va Book. You can gef It without charge.
WM, AYRES & SONS, Philadelphia.
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Mfl, aliaii rellabl. LAtiftJk 'Xt
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n other. BtfH Jrn4ritt tuluuu V
la ttatori for jiarilcnUri, temUmonlal utt
ltUtf for lU-ilftHltMLt KstMra
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(w-q'jently tollowlDjf h ootiior xr'--ur, or frrtu
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V99 DR DwCKOI.ilTB C(cbrit.i
FlMALE REGULATING PILL:
There 6tnnstV"'"B t IVe ntlre sster. iiS ' "
loiio, Uorttn4 U'f.- . f- r'f.,i fnhMlyiib'-ft'i
ndmin4. tssi)inmii).f.'V(tti"-lcJ., tl. 1Ail'!;
Or, Hftrtor Mnd'olPO 5o.,ST.lOUlS USD
Or the xjquor llauit, i-osiiivriy rumi
ty uanilu!erusv,r. Unities'
It is tnsnnfsotnred t powdtr. whloh esn be siren
tn glMS of beert oup of CQllM or tee. or In lood,
without wekuonredgeMtbepstleatj it u absolutely
n&rmleM. end wlU eneet ft permanent end speedy
eure.wbether the patient Is moderate drlnltes or
en aleohoUowreek. It baa beea s1t tntboasanila
of oases, ftndf evacrtlcalAQae pcrfeet ourenaa lot
towed. H neTer Kali. The system onoe Impregea.
edwllh the apoiao,lt beoomea an utter Impossibility
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AReivard for Ills Hocnpturo Also Offered.
Two Women Who Supplied Him With
Clothes' After His Escapo Now Under
l'ollco BurTelllanoe The Fugitive Well
Supplied With Funds.
Pittsduro, Sep. 10. The escape of tho
notorious criminal, Fltzsltnmons, from '
the county jail yesterday morning, Is 1
the nil-absorbing toplo of Interest la '
tho city to-day.
The county commissioners and tha
chiefs of the Department of Public Safoty
of tho city met in Joint conference at 10
o'clock: and arranged for a systematla
soarch for the fugitive.
Tho county commissioners have offered
a reward of 81,000 for his capture. They
have also arranged to employ the best
possible detectlvo talent and hope to run
down their man within a short time.
It was ascertained a few days ago
that Fltzslmmoas received a draft for
$0,000; ho had tho draft cashed and
handed the money to a frlond for safe
keeping. It is also known to tho polloo
that early yqsterday morning after the
escapo of Fltzslmmons ho wns supplied
with suit of clothing by two lady friends.
Tho women are now under police sur
veillance). An examination of the cell disclosed a
very clover dummy occupying tho cot.
The Iron bars of his cell door show that
tho, sawing was not of recent dnte; that
tha bars had been only partly severed,
only .enough of tho iron remaining to
hold them In position. They had offered
no resistance when tho prisoner was
ready, to step , put, .
The sawing of the bars in the window
at tho top of the Jail, and how it "was pos
sible for any one to, either reach the .win
dow or to remain there unobserved long
onough tq accomplish the work, Is, ,t my s-
tnpir vaf unawnlnlniul
J J " . y , .
,, hortly,before, noon n. farmor .living ou
tne liutler plans road, several miles,
from the city, called Dollco headauarters
by telephone, Inquiring if Fitssimmons
ihad escaped from, Jail. ;Vbon informed
that he bad too farmer said he hod seen
the murderer passing along the highway
in front of, his house. . .
, Detectives went at i.onoo ,. oj Farmer
Frazlor's house. This was the first due
obtained and not much confidence is
The indications aro almost conclusive
that the fugitive hod able assistance from
A Zfew York Kx-Maynr's Son
With Grand I.aroeiiy.
RocnESTEn, N. Y., Sept. 10. Franklin
Edson & Co., of New York some time
ago established a branch office in this
city for tho transctlon of a brokorago
and. commission business, and lntaslled
Henry T. Edson, a son of tho ex-Mayor,
Soon after his arrival Mr. Edson began
dnbbling in tho Chicago wheat pit through
other local brokerage houses, and it vr as
not long before he was plunging pretty
He. seems tp have, got boyond his depth,
and has been arrested for grand larceny.
The arrest was niado on complaint of tho
cashier of the German American Bank of
this city, who charges Kdson with will
fully defrauding the bank out ,of $3,0,00.
Ho was arraigned before Police Justice
Keole, who held him in $3,000 ball for the
action of .thegrand Jury.
Tho case has created a sonsatlon hero ,
as Edson out u great swell in high social
Tne Daring Schema of u Former Fenn
sylvanlnn and an Englishman.
. WA8HlNqTON, Sep. , 10, Officers here
havo received somo particulars In their
Chili mall of the attempt of John Dow, ,a
former Pennsylvanlan and Honry Mer
rlaln, an, Engtlsh adventurer to selio
$800,000 in bullion which was secreted in
the suburbs,jof Santiago by Balruaceda
bef orp shipping it to Europe. Tho con
spirators were surprised while breaking
open' tho house, In which the treasure was
stored but both escaped arrest.
Dow remained concealed for flvo days
in the house of a relative of bis wife,
which was surrounded by Government
officers., Plow refused to .surrender" and
was riddled with bulleta. ,
Dow came to Chill In 1890, claiming to
bo native of Pennsylvania and a citizen
of the United- btates. tie mads oon
lderable money and married a half-breed
Chilian ctrl. He and a man named
Ypuniunan concocted a scheme to swin
dle an, English syndicate of $80(3,000.
Dow alleged that be had discovered a, rich
' Tho syndicate, ngreed to, allow1 Dow
$1,600 for expenses to go , out to.Uls mln)
and also to get out tho necossary papers
to back the .cjalm, He and Youngman
forced an agent for tho company, who
went with them, to sign a statement
that tho mine was worth at least $500,
The agent was nexer seen again, and
the scheme was blocked. . Dow escaped
prosecution on account of having some
knowledge of a scandal connected with
one of tbe.niembors.ot tne syndicate,
Waehistoton. Sn. 10.-r-Ilie Chilian
Congresslonallsts here aro Indignant over
the successful flight of Balmaceda on a
United States man-of-war. Assistant
Secretary of State Wharton thought that
Admiral urown was jumuieu lu-uuctiuy
an asylum to the bunted ex-l'rcsioent.
nig Coal Dock Ilurnlng.
AsnLAND, Wis., Sop. 10, Tho large
coal, ock pt tho Qolumbus I'ocking
Yalley Coal Company Is on hre and it is
imposslblb tp extinguish th smoldering
flames. . Tho fire, started two days ago
from spontaneous combustion. There
is 100,000 tons of coal on the dock.
For a Cable to Honolulu.
8 AH FftARCiaqo. Sep. 16. The United
States steamship Albatross arrived at
' NfttP Ilofl5vlt light..- She will at once
proceed to make aurvey lor a cumo na
tween hero and Honolulu.
DroppVd Tor Desertion.
WAsniNaTCV, Sop. 10. First Llcuton
ant Benjamin S. Weber of the First In
fantry, having bcon absent from duty
more than three months, has been
dropped from tho rolls of tho army for
Smith Defeats St oCnrthy.
SAN Fran-cisCo, Sep. 10. Tom Mo
Cnrty of Boston and Billy Smith of Aus
tralia, heavyweights, fought for a 1,000
purso at tho California Club last night.
McCarty was defeated In tbo 8th round.
Ofllclal Changes at Ottawa.
Ottawa. Out,, Sop. 10, Senator John
Jones Ross has been appointed. Speaker
of the Senate to succeed Senator Ltcosto,
who has been appointed Chief Justice of
the Quebeo Court of Appeals.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Tho Powers will make a Joint move
ment against China.
The floods in Spain have caused great
desolation, theiload being numbered by'
Tho stocking factory of Herman Klein
& Sons, Cincinnati, was gutted by tiro
yesterday. Loss about-10,000.
Charles Howard, the man arrested in
Chicago on suspicion. of the attempted
train wrecking on the Pittsburg & Fort
Wayne rood near Whiting, Ind., has
made a full confession.
Did Your Baby Ory All Last Nifcht?
Pity if ho did, for it weakens him so; then,
Uo, U.can be prevented, if you will call.on
J. M. Ulllan and C, J. McCarthy, tho
druggists, for a freo ssmplo of Dr. Hand's
Collo Curo. Baby will instantly bo re
lieved. Autumn like.
Mtloa' ftervo ana -Liver PIUb
Act on a new principle regulating
Itver. stomach and bowels throunh the. ni
owels through the nen'es.
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' fills speedily
uute'blllousuess,' bad table, torpid liver, piles,
constipation. Imeqaaled lor men. women,
children. Hmallest, mildest, surest I 5) doses,
2cts. Hamples Free, at O. II. Hagenbuch's
The plculoseasou la ruuuini: towards
Oh, What a Cough.
Will yon heed the warning? The signal per
haps of the sure approach of that more ter
rible disease, Consumption. Ask yoursolvcB
if you can aflord for the sake of saving 60
rents, to run the risk and do nothing for IL
We know Iron experience that unlluh's Cure
will Cure j our Couzh. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million liotllra
were sold the nasi Year. It relieves Croun
and Whopping Cough at once. Mothers do
not be without it. For l.ame Hack, Hide or
Chest, use Shlloh'a Porous Plaster. Bold by
0. H. Ilagenbuch, N. E. corner Main and
Political meetings will soon be the
A Curo for Constipation
Dr. Silas Lane, while in tho. Rocky
Mountains, discovered a root that wbn
ombitiod with other herbs, makes an eatsy
nd certain cure for constipation., It is In
he form of dry roots and leavos, and Is
known as .Lane's Family Modicine.. It
will cure sick headache. For the blood.
iver and kidneys and fbr-clearing up ttio
jomplexlon it does wondors. Druggists
ell it at GO cents a package.
Our markets ponldtj't bo better.
Shlloh'a Consumption Curo.
This la 'bevond nueritlnn the most snr.
jesstul CVmch' MpninlnA -'wfi hnvp ftvpr nnlil.
i few doses lnyarlably'cure the wdftil cases of
Obagb, Cnmp. anil'llrobcliltu, while ts won.
derm! sttccceg In the euro of Consumption is
ettnouc a parallel in the history w medicine.
Jlncolfs tlrijt discovery It lias been sold ou a
guarantee, a tost Which no other medicine
mn stand. It you baye a Coiih wo earnestly
isk you to try 1 r. PrldelU cents;62 ocnts, add
lame, use Bhlloh's Porous plaster. Sold by
u. ti, uHKeiiotiuu corner bihiu turn
Pears are cheap ,.
Will Bo Qlvon Away.
Our enterprlslngdraeelst O. II Ilaeenbuch
who c.rrlcs tbe tlnefet stocK of dru,ts,' pe
lumerles, tolletartlcks. brushes, sponges, etc, ,
Is giving away a large number or trial bottles
of Dr. Miles' celebrated Hestoratlve Nervine.
He guarantees it to cure headache. dltzineis.
nervous prostration, sleeplessness, the 111
enectsoi spirits, tonacco, coneo, etc, uiug-
isis say it is tue greatest' seuer tuey ever
:niw. and Is unlverrally satisfactory. They
als guarantee Dr. ilKcs1 Hew Hcarturo In
all vises of nt rvous or organic heart disease,
I .all 'iitlou, patii In side, smuth-rlntr, etc.
''It v -totL on "Nervous aud Heart Diseases"
Tho Greatest Strike.
Amone the ereat strikes Unit of Dr. Miles
In discovering his New Heart Cure has
proven I'self ti be one of tbe most lmiortanL
The demand for It has become astonishing.
Alrekdv the treatment ol heart disease Is be
jng revolutionized, and many uoexptcted
rures erfciea. it soon relieves sunn oreatu.
Quiterlng, ruins In side, arm. sbpulder, weau
and hungry spells', oppression, swelling of
anaies. siuuuienug ana s.eart. aropsy. vr,
Miles' book ou Heart and Nervous Diseases,
Ircot 'The uorqnaled New Heart Cure Is sold
aui guaranteed nyu. it. uaeenDucn,tuearug
Elst. also his Iteslorallve Nervine for bead'
ache, fl's, sprees,- hot flasher, nervous o dlls,
opium nauit, etc
Ask Your Friena About; It.
Your distressing cough can bo cured
SYo know H bocsuso erap.'? , Balsam
vithln the past few years has cured so
nany coughs, and cplds In tblslcommunily
(is remarkable sale has beon won entirely
iy its genuine merit. Aik eomo friend
yhhas used it what ho thinks of Kemp.'
'lf.(em. There is no modicino so pure
i jne so efl'ectlve. Large bottloa 60o and $1
,t all druggists'.
AT HIS DESK.
President Tlarrlson llnolc Agntn at tho
White Jlouse and nt Work.
, YAsiUnotox, Sep. 10. President Har
rison, aocompanlod by Private Secrotary
Ualford, Miss Halford, Lieut. Parker
and Mrs. Parker, and Mr. and Mrs.
TtMipnoi- nfr-ivpA Iikm R-4ft tnafc lrrlif.
The Prosldeut was met at tho depot by
I Secrotary Iiusk, who accompanied him to .
tho White House, whore a light lunch
was in waiting.
The President retired early and It wos
8.80 this morning when be sat down to
A number of callers were received dur
ing the morning and at noon tho Presi
dent was compelled to decline to see any
more visitors, as ho was anxious to got to
work on his mall which had uocumulatod
during tho post two days.
FRACTIONAL SILVER COIN.
The Treasury Itendy to Supply Now
. Halves, Quarters apd.D.iutos.
WASUIQTO;, Scp, .10.r-;Owlng tO, nu-
merous Inquiries coming from different
parts of the country for fractional Bllver
coin, Indicating a scarcity of change In
many communities, the .United. .States
Treasurer has prepared for transmission
to all banks and the principal postolBcea
a circular stating in substance that now
halves, quarters and dlines will bo fur
niohod in sums of' $200 qr m6ro, by ox-
I .1. ,,V f ...' ..(, . T
pne, triMf Ui. uuarDB, uj- icuiDiiiu
mail, in sums of multiples of $50, regis
tration charges paid, to any point in tha
These., circulars will bo posted In all
Sostofflces. There are now about $22,
00,000 in fractional silver in the Treas
' .' 1 !
Tonr of tho Iluslness 3Ien Interested in
the Great Southern Exhibition.
Providence, R. I., Sep. 10. Tho gen
tlemen from Georgia who aro on n tour
through New Englnnd in the Interests of
tho Augusta exposition in which thoy ard
endeavoring to Interest Now England
They wero received here by O. H,
George, president of tho Board of Tradej
and Mr. J. Lowls Pierce of the Executive
Council, and escorted to some of tho
principal industries or tne city uy mem
brs"of the Board of Trade!
The party Included the officers of tho
Exposition Hon. Patrick Walsh, presi
dent; J. B. Plntt, Jules Rival, recretary
and treasurer, and J. W. Rlchman, New
England agent, and prominent Augusta
business men to the number of thirty.
The'llrltleh Did Mot Occupy Stgrl.
London, Sep. 10. A despatch Just re
ceived here from Constantinople says
thero is no 'other foundation for the story
of a British armod occupation of the
port of Slgrl, on tho Island of Mltylene1,
than is found In tho fact that a party of
British naval officers on Saturday last
left their ship for the purposo of pick
nicking on a deserted Islet oil Capo Slgri.
The party re-embarked the same even
ing, and on Sunday their vessel sailed.
I.lbcl Suit Against the New Vork Sun.
Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 10. J. Sher
wood Corning, .a wealthy and prominent
citizen of IEochostor, has commenced an
action against tho New York Sun to re
cover $15,000 damages for libel. Tho suit
Is based upon articles published In tho
Sun which, he alleges, chargo him with
assaulting ono Mrs. Jenktnsoni upon the
steamer Circnssla and drugging hor.whon
they reached shore. The woman la now
serving a term at Blackwcll's Island.
Can't Enter Without Certificates.
Sam Fiiancisco, Sep. 10. In the casa
of Lau Ow Bow, a Chlneso merchant,'
Judtro Beatty. or tbo United btates Ulr'
cult Court, has, decided that he cannot
enter tho united states witnout tue cer
tificate provided for. under the ChlnosS
restrict Inn lnu' nt IHfl-1. .This decision Us
an important ono, ns it settles tho quasi
tlon ol tno. rigutB oi umneso morcnants
to enter tho United States without a cer
AMuUlated Dody Found.
Yonkers. N. Y.. Sep. 10. A horribly
mutilated body was found by Coroner
Mitchell . of Yonlcers on' the Uentrnl
Hudson Railroad a short distance nort h
of Glenwood during tho morning. Tho
renislns.wero scattered .along tho tracks
for nearly a Quarter ol a mile. Tho man
was unknown and there is considerable
mystery about the casa.
The Irrigation Congress.
Salt Lake Cm-, Utah, Sep. 10. Tho
Irrigation Congress lit session hero is one
ol tho greatest representative gatuerings
ever heldiin tho West, All theWestern
States and Territories are represented,
Tha total numbor of delegates present is
about 000. Tho nuestlon of ceding all
arid lands tp the Territory or State In
which they are located, will be discussed,
More Charges Against Hell.
.Nswj-YQRK, 'Sop, 10.-rrSexton .Robert
Boll, accused of corrupting a number ,of
young girls, now has several other com
plaints oaalnst him. Three- more girli
have been found who havo made amda
vita that Boll .assaulted them. When
tqld pi the discovery of the new' cases
against htm bo said: "All right, the
more the merrier,"
New York's Streot Commissioner Removed
New York, Sopr 10. Haus 8. Beattia
has been removed from tbo office of Street
Commissioner by Mayor Grant. The re
moval, tha Mayor says, "1 required in
tbe public interest."
There ipay l .
tettles down t )
ii pre'ty warn
l)!-f ru utitunin
The Brooklyn Men Determined to Btlok to
Ohapin to the Last,
Little Sleep Last Night for Delegates and
Leaders Tho Time Mostly Spent 111 Con
ferences and Dickering A l'lanlc In tho
rlntfortn Favoring an "lluuest Dollar.'
Jones Not Heard Front.
Saiutooa, N. Y., Sep. 10. It was a
few minutes past 10 o'clock this morn
ing when the Dcmoratlc State Conven
tion was called to order for tho second
Temporary Chairman Haines had beon
elected permanent chairman, and all
th0 otner temporary officers of the con-
vcntlon likewise, with the addition of a
vice - president and secretary from each
After chairman Raines' spoech, which
dwclt tho imr,ortancB of tho .vork bo.
foro tho convention and the necessity of
harmonious action, tho Committee on
Credentials wore called on for their ro
port r Chairman Raines, in conversation with
a uporter just before the convention as
Eembled, said In his opinion there would
bo a continuous session to-dny and ad
journment before 4 p. m.
LITTLE SLEEP LAST NIGHT.
Delegates nnd Lenders llusy With
feroncos and Dickering.
Saratoga, N. Y., Sep. 10, Not many
of tho delegates to the Democratic con
vention went to bod at nil last night, or
If thoy did It was only for an hour or
two oar ly this morning, for most of
tho night was spent In conferences and
Tho Commlttoo on Credentials did not
get through with their work until long
after midnight. Ten mlnutos was al
lowed on each side in all contests. The
Erie County contests consumed the most
time.. William S. Maokey, speaking for
tho contestants of tho First district, out
lined tho condition of affairs in Buffalo
as Berious. ''The Democrats of. Buffalo, ' '
he said, "asked tho committee to bring
about a settlement of some kind which
would unlto the party in Erlo County.
Whatever tho committeo should decide,
the contestants would acquiesce In tho
decision, but ho could not promlso
them Democrats would do so.' Ho' de
scribed tho conditions of tha election of
delegates in thu First district, charging
tho stuffing of ballot boxes at caucuses
and other irregularities.
Chas. F. Wltchcr, speaking for the
regular- delegates, charged tho contest
ants with being boltors.
Tho fcew York Demoernoy then mada
strong appeal tor recognition. Tho
speakers claimed they would support
the ticket at all odds, but there were
thousands outslda tho organization who
would feel tho Injustice of denying them
After listening to other contests the
committeo went Into exocutlvo session
and announcod after adjournment that
their deolslon would bo reserved.
Tho Commlttoo on Resolutions listened
to a largo number of resolutions bearing
upon the silver question, among them a
proposition looking to the endorsement
of freo coinage. Just before the conven
tion adjourned a substitute was adopted
declaring tho convention to bo opposed
to any dollar of valuo less than IW cents.
The Kings (Jounty Democrats caucused
before going into the convention. Thoy
decided to act as a unit.
Some of tho County Democrats went
home this morning. They said thero
wat no use remaining, so long as they
wero not going to be recognized.
Aitnougn tno urookiyn uemocrnts ieit
that Mayor Chopin's hope was gone,
thoy decided last night to place him In
nomination, nevertheless. The nomi
nating speech will bo made by ex-Corporation
Counsel. William C. De Witt,
ono of tbo most entertaining speakers of
tbo city. lien. Isnao b. Uatun, who used
to be a Republican, aud who is a brother-in-law
of Secretary of War Tracy,
will second tho nomination. The Kings
County delegates will. vote for him, and
will voto negatively' on any motion
to make the nomination of Flower unani
mous. The Brooklyn contingent, fully 1.000
strong paraded the streets last night.
Red lire lighted them along tha way. A
cannon boomed for them on -the corner
above tho United States Hotel. Tho
parade was' not for the purpose of making
the' pcoplo who lined tha atroets be
lieve that Chopin would be notnlnatod,
but to impress' upon tho visitors that he,
and no other Democrat, is their choice
on this occasion.
C. F, R. Coo, Lieutenant-Governor
Jones' prlvato secrotary, was vorrlod
this morning because ho had not re
celved somo word from his chlof. Ho Is n
delegate f rom Rensselaor County. "If
i lower 1st nominated, " said Loo, "all no
has to is to stay homo nnd keop s lgnlug
The Distress In liuasla.
ST. Pktersduhoii, Sep. 10. Tho dls
tress in tho Volga provinces is intense,
At l'eniiiv women and children wander
exhausted, shrieking for food, All
the chnritable societies aro doing the best
they c'nn, Rtieslau corn merchants on
the frontier are despondent at the idea
that the Gorman trade will And fresh
channels, and never return to Russia.
Conference wi'h Secretary Foster.
Washington, Sop. 18. Tho American
representatives of the World's Fair, who
have Just'returned from abroad, and the
German and British representatives of
the World's Fair interests, had a formal
cou'eieuce this morning nt 11 o'clock
with Socretnry Foster.
Nntroir Kscnpes front Death.
New York, Sopt. 10. The old Com
merclal Advertiser- building, corner of
Nassau and -Fulton stroetj was .destroyed
by fire yesterday. Some of the occupants
barely escnpod with their lives. Tho
building was (in old landmark.
33d Degreo Masons In Convention.
Boston, Sep. 10. Tho Supremo Coun
ell of tho Sovereign Grand Inspectors
General of 33d Degree Masons for the
Northern Jurisdiction of the United,
States is in annual convention hero.
i i m ir i iir in" i
Tjook &t my old ehlp basket. Isn't It a beauty?
I bare Jiut Hntahed panting It glut
0 A 10c. BOTTLE
will do half a dozen baskets.
WOLFF tt RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
Flit -It ON beautifies other thlno betldee baaketa.
It makosawhite elaen vase any color son de
sire to match. It chances a pine table te
walnut, ft cane rocker to mahogany.
It stains, puluts, lucQucm, Japnns.
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and lionds written.
oinmagc license ana legal claims
ptomptiy attended to.
cal Estate, Cclkclion and Iosurance igeccy.
General Fire Insurance Iluslncss, lterrcfcnls
tno Northwestern 1.1 to Insurance Co.
OFFICE- Muldnnn'tlmlldlnir. rorner Pent
and West His., Mhennmlnah, Pa.
Cood Properties et All Kinds For Sale,
.A two stoiy double Iran.o dwelling house
hiutohuu restaurant, on lutst ;enire ou
A dwelling and restaurant on East Centre
Desirable property on corner Centre and
Jardln streets, suitable for business pur-
. two story double
Wet I.IomI street.
frame dwelling, on
Two 2-story frame dwellings ou Wei-t Cen
Two 2 story dwellings on tbo corner of
Coal and Chestnut streets Hloro room In
Two-story single home on North Chestnut
street with alarcewaiehnuse at tbe rear.
!. Three two-story double frame buildings
corner oi i.ioyaanu Ulllxirl streets.
Ask my agents fur W. L. Douglas Shoes,
f not lor sale In your plnco ask" your
enter to nenil fur t-nlnlniriii-. ai-ruro thn
agency, and set flicin lor you.
1 TAIL. IS Kll .SUUSTITUTli.-al
SB SHOE GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD Full THE MONEY?
It Is n seamless shoo, with no tacki or wax thrpntl.
to hurt tbo feet, mtulo of the Iwst line calf, stvltsti
cad easy, and because tie viake more thots othim
entile than any other manufacturer. It equals Iiand
tseweil Klines costing from tl.U) t$3.(X).
uu (piiHitio iiniuiricvpit luonneeicnit:
thou over Oder ed for 83.UJ, equals Je'rencli
Imported shoo which cost from $3.ui to $12.00.
ffiVI UO lliiiuUSfTtfMl Wi ll Hlim', fine calf,
ut'-rm fctyllsli. eomfortabloaniJ durable. The bei,fc
shoe ever oiTered nt this prlco t (tame grade as cus
tom-mncle alioe costhi from $0.00 to tJJX,
au I'niiro niioni tanners, itauroaa urn
and LetterCarrlera all wear them; fine calf..
eeom less, smooth tnalde. heavy thrue soles, exten
sion edge. One pair will wear a year.
C5 OU niio cnlii no better biioo ever offered at:
GSOmm thU nrleot one trial will pou Tinea thosa
who want a shoo for comfort and nerrlce.
Citrj nnu Sv.m Woililiiirnnin'fi snoesi
HJtSmm aro very strong nnd tl amble. Those who
hto glren them atrial will wear no other make.
tvf .r 1 C " o-.imi iimi Bcnooi suoes aro
JTZIU V X3 worn liv the ltnvevirv whom: theviuill.
ou their merits, an tho increasliiR sales show.
n rajri inc sf-jeuu ti(ini-rovei noe, uchiv
htmCA IvO DonKoIa, very stylish; equals FrenctK.
Imported shoes costing f mm $ 1.00 to 66 jm).
lindlcs J.3Ut S.UO nml $1.75 shoo for
Misses aro tho best flue Dongola. htyllsh and durable.
C'nutlou. See that L. Douglas' name and
price are stamped on tho bottom of each shoe.
Josoplx 3Bs 11,
coo North Fourth at.,
OOO beL, iUrco, PniLAKstLruiA,
11.1 Antr trpnulflsi flfrtBUI Amf HOsVa
Ppedaiuv la h foiled Bi4U mho U
fcbj w Qura BlOOd PotSOtlt
Nervoua Debility Spe
cial Dlseaaoa ?r
pHuI?iHie. K4tipurJni IB th
lUvtcbe. rimpitt, rrupdoni, ton r
htrd Vlwri, BwUliii( JrrltMlooi,
laHunntatJODt nl. RanntDi,
ttrlciurt', WtsvlcM ud Etrly
dacTi lo memory, mt bwH, mcsul mtlety, Kianej
lIleVlluT UIIWII ilDt 11 IJlef milium v '., j .. .
loiliMrcuoii or QTrrwork. Rtwent eei ctM in y -j
rvllef t COM Dt. not Ion kopt r miw1"1'' .Tli'
Uln Doctor, Qauk, rmlly or notpitki rn junta n
Pr. THRKL tutu positively wl wtUxoul SrUBUoa from
btUlOCIf, OtD, TWM, HtDCLI HID H TIKWB COirTtMrtATIIi
Muiuoi rton or twwr, enn ao. tmuV muuk.
HtBUTM" olng Qock Ddtr iworn tcttiinooUlt
lloVw, Sillr mm 9 lo 1, rn 6 to 9, VM. n4 fUU
If to 10, 6aD4T 9 till . Write or t U wa
tor fUhrac3M ie Woin. 4 BturJj TUlh. dUy TUn
GOLD. MEPAI., PARIS, 1873,
W. Baker & Cos
from which tho excess of
oil has bcon romoved, is
and it ia Soluble.
nro used In its preparation. It has
moreVian ttree fimej the strength of
Cocoa mixed With Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is thcrcforo nr inoro
economical, cosfiitj less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily dioested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons In health.
8old by Grocers ovorywhoro.
W.' BAKER & CO.rDorchesfer, Mass.
4-.hctf(Iar s building corner UsJa aait CnLrs
WHY IS THE
1. L. DOUCLAS