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FIG3 OF CALIFORNIA,
ombined with the medicinal
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aro used lu Its preparation. It haa
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cardboard r'HInglloxesi Cupboard In cnd Vnelei
mnlshed Ilackt Uilonslon Arm blldesi welulit
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Also 1,000 Antique ABh Desks.
No. loo a. Baroeaaabi.YO.cicentniadpof Solid
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T Ft " I8ll t for 1 - ' r, rrtuni
V ' SfalL I.oen " i-or.
dtriUIw-lP u. ' la.!. vS
Albert D. Stconkon
Choso His Brido.
FIItST LOVED HER PICTURE.
A Prize Beauty Contest Whloh Proved
ft Eoad to Hymen's Altar-
The Ilrlde n Ituvlshlnir Monde and a
Ilrllllunt Musleluii and Conversational.
1st of Sung-erHes, N. Y While the
GroQin, the Son of a Millionaire, Hails
Satjgebtibs, N, Y., Doc. 33. A ro
mantic echo ol a prize beauty contest
still resounds In tvro homos, one In
lJrooklyn and the other In this pretty
Hudson Itlver village ot Saugertlea,
The acknowledged belle of the town,
and one of the most famous beautios la
this part of tho State, was married yes
terday evening to Albert D. Steonken,
a millionaire inetui dealer, living in
When the newspaper, which started
the contest published the pictures of 43
of tho most boautitul women In the
country, illss Mutio Adams, the brido,
was one of the ladles so honored. Each
plctuie was designated by the name of
one of the State of the Union. It fell
to the lot of Miss Adams to represent
Texas, and tho citizens of that State
could not but feel grntlllod ut the for
Miss Adunvt, or Mrs. Albert D. Steen
ken, Is an exceptionally beautiful girl
of !t'J years. She is a blonde of tha most
ravishing type, having wavy yellowish
brown hair, clear blue eyes, cameo-like
features and a graceful and dollcatoly
carved llgure. Bosules those charms,
tho bride U a gifted musician and a
conversationalist ot rare abllty.
The groom is twenty-six. Uo will In
herit the greater part of his father's for
tune, which runs into tho millions. His
fatkor owns enormous Interests in tho
National Load Tt0S and has a monop
oly of tho sulphur aud nitrate ot silver
business in this country.
The romance of tha wedding comes In,
according to the friends ot the couple,
who say that the groom fell in love with
tho bride's picture when It was pub
lished. Ills business took him to Sau
gertles very often, and In timo ho ob
tained an Introduction to the lady who
became his wife.
The bride Is tho daughter of Mr.
LewiB 13. Adams, and hur fame 03 a
beauty Is known far and wide.
A Grocer AUscouils.
PATERSoif, N. J., Doc. 23. J, Cooper
Hopper, a prominent grocer ofgjiajkirson,
has absconded, supposedly to lilorlda.
The bheriff Is looking for him with a
number of summons aud attachments,
but tho absconder's property is so com
pletely tied up that his creditors cannot
touch it. It is learned that Hopper has
given a bill of sale of his store to his
grandfather. His total liabilities are
Motion for Delay.
Salhu, Mass., Dec. S3. A motion for
delay lu the Issuance ot a commission
to take the depositions of Newman uud
other witnesses in tho Searles will cose
has been filed in behalf of Timothy Hop
kins by his counsol. Tho absence of
Mr. Hopkins from tho State is given as
a reason for tha requo.it.
Cnniiiroinlsud Tliulr Claims.
CniOAOo, Deo. 23. Tho creditors of
the Chicago brunch of the tlriu ot S. V.
White & Co. have compromised tholr
claims with the llrm, and the suit ,of
Allen ugulust White, asking for a re
ceiver tor the Company, was dismissed.
The settlement? wero made ut 00 cents
on the dollar.
1'rauec ami Madagascar.
Paris, Dec. 23. It is announced hero
that all Uiplomutlc reiutions betweua
the French Government and the Gov
ernment of Madagascar have Unully
been ruptured owing to tha long dispute
as to tha right ot granting exequatur,
to foreign representatives in Madagas
car. Couut Ivan Disappears.
Boston, Doc. "U" Count Ivuu Schawo
loff whosu story created lor him much
symputhy, has disappeared from his
lodgings in the Sherman House furnish
ed him ut tha expense ot individuals
who were interested lu his case. It Is
now supposed that he is un Impostor.
Washington, Dec. 23. Commissioner
Mason says that tho President will
llnally dispose ot the case ot Collector
Warmcastie, of Pltwbury, Pa., this af
ternoon. It is generally understood
that Wurmcastlo will cither bo dis
charged or allowed to remain.
Or-ud Jurors Uie from (iil.
Loso IbbAND ClTV, L. L, Deo. 28.
John lienham of Bayside, and Henry
Dltmas of Little Neck, members of the
grand jury ot the present session of the
cjneens L'otiuty Court, died of pneumo
nia, resulting from grip.
Crisp's Son Appointed.
Wasiiinoton, Dec 38. Churlas B.
Crisp, sou ot the Speaker ot the House,
will be uppoluted Speaker's oletk by his
r.tiiai- Vr.iiiitr (Jrirfu rdsianed a $1,000
. ... . .... t...i 11 . ...... .
clerKsmp muu to
accept tho position.
To Itop.al tUo Antl-Jesult tuvv.
Bitltusi, Djc 23. Tho Centre party lu
the lieichstait lironoses to move. Boon
after Christmae, for tho repeal of the
Auti-Jesuit Law, tho only remalnlail
feturu of Pi luce Bismarck's Autl-Cath-
Omaha, NeU, Dec 23. NIoboIas Pox,
a packing house employe of South Oma
ha, shot and fatally wounded his wife
und cut his awn throat from oar to ear
at an early hour. Domestic trouble wits
the cause. ,st
The MelssouUrs' fiuarrol.
Pauis, Dea 23. Tho proposed exhi
bition ot Mebtnanjer's plolures has been
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
MRS. OSBORNE'S SUIT. '
Its Ending Causes n nront Sensation In
London, Dec. S3. The startling de
velopments and sensational ending ot
the case of Mrs. Osborne vs. Mrs. Har
greavoa has furniihed a fresh topic of
conversatfon for scandal-loving London.
The sensation commencod at the sudden
adjournment of court on Saturday and
culminated when Sir Charles llusaoll
retired from tho case yesterday.
In anticipation of the promised sonsa
tlon the Court ot Queen's Bench was
packed, and a deadly silence reigned in
the court when Sir Charles Uussell,
counsel for tho plaintiff, so soon as the
proceedings had been opaned, arose and
slowly and deliberately said that he was
sorry to announce that he was com
pelled to retire from any further con
nection with the caio and to admit that
tho jury must render a verdict for the
Sir Charles Ilussell's words, it may
easily be imagined, created a profound
sensation ami caused a fluttering and
WhUpering from one end of the room to
Without waiting for this excltomont
to subside Sir Charles continuing, said
that, in addition to announcing his
withdrawal from the case and his ad
mission that tha jury must Had for tha
defendant, counsel must say that tho
serious Imputations made in court and
out of court against Major Hargroaves,
Mrs. Hargreaves and "another," under
stood to be a Mr. Eugelhardt, must be
withdrawn, as thero was no basis in
truth upon which to found them.
Tho jury, after being lu consultation
and being placed in possession of cer
tain documents, confirmed tho announce
ment made by Sir Charles Russell.
Mrs. Osborne, tha plaintiff, was not
present In court, but her husband, who
was deathly pale from nervous cxclto
uient, was there to represent her.
As the court was being cleared, a ru
mor was circulated to tha offeot that
Mrs. Osborne stole the pearls In order
to snve her brother from dlssraoe, tbo
latter beiugnt tho tlmi the jewels ware
missed in a state ot desperate indebted
ness Thus ends a most sensational oocloty
llbU suit, for it Is not believed that
Mrs. Osborne will be prosecuted, her
husband having, It is announced,
agreed to settle all legal and other'
claims which have arisen out ot his
wlfu's unfortunuto episode.
It Cores Ooldi.Coijbs.BoreThroitCronp.Iafloenx!
Whooping Cough. Bronchitis dI Asthma. 1 cei-tila
lira for Consumption la flrvt sutmi, ma-1 . ur rllf ta
4TOed lUgei. Uae-Uonce. You will soa tbo cx
ellent effect after Ukine tha first do. fiuii fc
IlAni'j:R's Wbbki.v for the coming year
will contain mete uttraoltvo features, more
and finer Illustrations, aud a greater number
of articles of live, Intense lnli"t than will
be found in any other periodical. Amoug
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twenty-flve gre.l' 't cl.i3 of tbo world, in
oludlng live hundred illustrations. The Col
urahiau Exposition, the Aimy and Navy,
great public events, diwtile's on land and sea,
and the dolnas of the celebialed people of
the day will be described and 1 " usi raled la an
altractlvoand timely manner. The depart
ment of Amattur SJwf will continue under
the direction of Oasvek y, whithkv, Tbo
best of modern writers will contnbule short
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MR. M'QANN'S VIEWS.
AVTint Ho Has in Say ltenrdlnir Chicago's
ltcquost for 85,000,000.
Wasiiinoton, Dec. 28. In speaking of
tho proposed appropriation of $5,000,000
for tho World's Fair, Representative
MoGann, of Chicago, says: "It Is said
that Chloago asks this money bocausa
the city has not been able to raise Its
original subscription. On tho contrary,
Chicago has raised $1,000,000 mora than
she promised, or $11,000,000 Instead of
tho $10,000,000. This sum would have
been amply sufficient If it had not beeu
for tho enlargement of the Exposition
scheme by tho National Commission, a
commission, by the way, that has to
approve everything dono by the local
directory, not only lu tho matter of ex
penditures, but in tho very indorsement
of the plans. We will need this addi
tional sum of money that we now ask
of Congress It wo carry out tho ideas
ot tha National Commission.'"
UTasmcre of Nulivf Clirfxlf rm,
DRU88BI.8, Dec. '30. '.ccird'ta; to ad
flee received ironi PatUtr nuum, tho
Vioar Apostolic of Mu'itton.t, Kn:lier
Minn, a Cmue-e pnu.-u, mi i h iiiousand
Dative Christians, were luas.ncid ilur
lug tile recent trouoles in Niutheru
' hlna. The same advices add that all
the Belgian niiniuharlus iu the dis
turbed districts ami all tbn rfo glans at
IhcIkkI to ths missions w rn sine, aud
thut all danger for tuo prusent had
llftct Tto Ilnd llrothurs.
Nkw Budn wic k, N J., Dec 22. T.
Welton Hill, cashier of tho Jainosburg
Hank, succumbed to tlio grip yesterday.
Hill's two brothers, John T. and Charles,
had unsavory records m bank wreckers
and defaulters, and both committed sui
cide under peculiar circumstance). Hill,
who was about 00 years of age, leaves a
sou and a daughter.
Some watches now made are guarau
teed to keep, time to within ten
seconds a month.
Did Year Eaby Ory All Last Night?
Pity if ho did, for it woakons him eo; thou,
too, jt can bo provontod, if you will call on
O. J. McCarthy or J.'M". Hlllan, tho drug
gists, for a froo sample of Dr. Hand's
CilicCure. Baby will .instantly ro
liavod. The boys are coming home from
college for the holidays.
Heart disease Is by far the most frequent
canHe of sudden death, which lu three out ot
four cases Is unsuspected. Tho symptoms aro
uot generally understood These are: lying
on tne right side, short breath, pain or dis
tress lu tide. Imck or shoulder, Irregular
pulse, asthma, wealt and hungry spells, wind
In siomacli, swehlnz ni ankles or drops,
oppression, dry cough and mnnthenns. Dr.
'dlles' Illustrated hoolc on Heart Disease, free
at 0.11 Hngenhucli, who sell und guarantee
Dr. Miles' unequaled New Heart Cure, and his
ltesloratlo Nervine, which cures nervous
ness, headache, sleeplessnosselleclsof drink
ing, etc. It contains no opiates.
Farmers uro now butchering and
laying in their winter beef and pork.
Miles' Korve and ulver Pilla
Act on a new principle negulatlng the
liver, stomach and bowels through the nerven.
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily
ourc biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles,
const. patlon. uueiiuuled for men, women,
children. Smallest, mildest, surest I Sudoses,
DSete. Hamnlee l'ree. at C. 11. llaiienbuoh's
The man who wants more than one
dose of grip Is hard to nntlsfy.
The Amerioan people are rapidly becoming
a race of nervous wrecks, an J the following
sugge-.ta thebsDlro Mly : Al umbo ilempll
ing, of Butler, I'a., swtai-o ti.ji -Uion his son
was Kfieeobless from Kt. Vitus dance Dr.
M lies' great Iteslorative Norvlne cured him.
Mrs J H Miller, of Valparaiso, and J. 1).
Taylor, of UHiaiisporl, Ind., eao gained 20
pounds Irom taking It. Mrs, Jf. A Gardner,
or Vistula, Iud., was cured of 10 to SO con
vnWonsa day, and much lioadaclu, dlzil
new, baoaaohe and uervous iirostratlou by
one bottle. Trial bottles, und line books of
marvelous cures, free at C. 11. llagenbucli,
tbedruxglst, who recommend auuguarau
tees this unequaled remedy.
aiib tinya tor ijiiristmas preparation
are rapidly growing few.
ri,i... , t . . .
Oh, What a Oough.
Will you heed the warning Tho signal rr
haps of tiii sura approach of that more ter
rible disease. Consumption. Ask yourselves
If you can afford for the sake of aavlug SO
i acts, to run the rlRlc and do not nine for it.
We know fron experience that MhUoTi'a Cure
will (Jure vonr Cough. It nn r falls. This
explains why more than a Million Mottles
wore sold the past year. It. relievos Croup
and Wbopplne Ooogb at once Mothers do
not be without IU For Um Baolc, Hide or
Ooest, use Bhlloh's Porous l'laater. Hold by
O. H. Hagenbnoh, N. K. corner Main and
The little ones are looking for tho
coming Bautn Clatia.
Shlloh's Ooneumptlon Ouro.
This is beyond question the most sue
wssfnl Oough Medloine we have ever sold.
lew doses invariably cure tbo worst eases ot
Oough, Croup, and Bronchitis, while Its won
lerfiil success In the cure of Cuiununptlon is
vttbout a parallel in the history of medicine.
Sluoe. It's first dlsooveiy It lias been sold on a
gnarantae, a test Wbtcji no othe medlelae
can stand, Ir you have a Cough wo earnestly
ask you to try It. I'rlce 10 oenu, 50 cents, and
11.(4. If your Lungs are sore. Chest or llaok
lame, uapHhlloii's 1'oruus l'laater. Hold by.
0. H. Haaanbuth, N. R. corner Main and
T)combflr'8 Bcond new moon will
bo due on thoSnth,
What Fathor Pablo Varola Says.
rm w a ortotin i. I'as.
I know sevcnil people wuntuvs eud. red
6 rea -' from the c msi ijuences of impure
1 lod, and n a v--y sbrt while have felt
much better by uing the medicine which was
Bent here by 1 ion Hamon Alv for thu pur
pose. I aJjnmeod this rflrrjedy as one
Myer Wins a Grout Fight nt
A BATTLE LASTING 43 P.0UNDS.
The Stmtor Cyclone (kts First Blood,
Piret Knockdown and Knockout,
Orcv .1,000 I'eople I'll Id tn S.o tlio I'lght
Sports l'rpscnt from Alt Over tho Conn
try-Tim 1'ivot lllow Whs Prolilblud al
the Coiuiuencsiuont of the l'lgltt Uoth
Sleu Hulghrd Under tho Limit The
llattlu Lnsted Nearly Thran lfnurs.
New Ormsan'8, Dec 28. The doors
of tho Olympic Club were throwu open
early for the crowd who came to see tha
Jlyer-Cnrroll light. There was a large
throng clamoring for admission, and
people of every buslnoss and profosslou
began to pour Into tho Hoynl and
Charles stroot entrances to the rink un
til tho plaoe was filled. It Is estimated
thnt nearly 4,000 persona paid to see the
Tho ring arrangements were perfeot,
the Heating capacity being ample and
tho view from nny portion of the four
sided ring porfect. Tho ring was packed
hard with river sands, the ropes padded
and tho posts protected with padding.
Many of the most prominent sporting
mon of New Orleans and tha South, aud
largo delegations from Boston aud Chi
cago and the West wero oouspicttous in
the vntious boxes just before tho fight
Befoio tho fight begau the pivot blow
was barred. Both men weighed under
First and second rounds Men doing
nothing but worrying each other.
Third round First blood for Myer.
Foutth and fifth rounds Carroll got
lightly the best. Vary tame lighting.
Sixth and seventh Heavy lighting.
Honors about ovon.
Eighth, ninth aud tenth Tha light
grew moro lively, aud was uuybody's
Eleventh to Seventeenth Carroll
knocked down, Myer knocked against
Eighteenth to twenty-third Vory
heavy fighting. Doth mon did vory
Twenty-fourth to twenty -ninth Myer
fresher of tho two, but tho outcomo was
Thirtieth furty-Bocond Slow work,
both. men n leniiv- being tired.
Forty-third Alyor delivered tho
Tho lipht was vory ovon and one of
tho most scluiitlllo ever witnessed In the
Olyinpla Club ureuu.
In tho 43d round Myor found tho
opening ho had been looking for, and
with a stinging right-hunder landed
squarely ou Carroll's jaw. Jimmy went
down like n log aud remained unoon
soloua for several minutes, in spite of
the efforts of his seconds to revive him.
Myer was greeted with a round of
cheers as ha walked from the ring, and
when Carroll regained his feet he also
was applauded for his gamenens.
Myer'a seconds iu the light were Eddie
Myer, Link 1'opo and J. Eckort; those
bohlnd Carrol wore Fitzslmmons, Prof.
Kobortson and Austin Oibbons. Tho
Myer people said before the fight they
would leave for home to -day, win or
lose, in order to be In Stroator for
THE PORTE'S NOTE.
Turkey Wants a Commission Appointed
to 1'rotect Foreigners in llulgarlit.
Constantinople, Dec 28. The Porte
is said to have decided to send a note to
the powers proposing that a permanent
International Commission, presided
over by a Turk, bo established at Sofia
for the protection of foreigners residing
or sojourning In Bulgaria.
This resolution Is stated to Iiuvo been
arrived at under the earnest solicitation
and virtual menaces ot tha French and
It Is not believod that the powers
would agree upon such a mission or that
Bulgaria would submit ta it.
COO Lives In Dauror.
Wll.KEfiiiAHUE, Pa., Deo. 23. A Are In
the pump house at the bottom of tho
shaft ot the Parrish Mlue at Plymouth,
endangered, the lives of tho b'00 mon
employed'ln the mine A number were
overcome by amoko, but all were finally
rusoued alive. It took tho fire depart
ment nearly six hours to subdue tha
tiamau. The damage to the mlue will
Don't IVtint tha History l'ubllshod.
IlQUTOX, Deo. 23. The Supreme Court
Is asked by Hon. Frederick L. Amos to
issue an Injunction restraining Dr. Ames
from publishing tho history of tha Ames
family, alleging that the work Is of
such a character that the defendant Is
nblc to make suoh oh a ages and altera
tions as will Injur the rights of ths
Judgment AKrgntlll( 1300,000.
Wli.MAMai'our, Pa., Dac 38. Judg
ments amouuting ta over $200,000 have
beeu entente! here against George L.
Sanderson, a prominent business mau
aud banker ot this city. Mr. Sanderson
says It is merely the result of a misun
derstanding between former business
associates, which will probably be ad
Colnagn of Nllvm- Dwtlars Completed.
Wasiiinoton, Dec 28. Tho Treasury
Department has completed the coinage
at trade dollar bullion into silver lol
lars. The amount uolned was 8,M)3, 031
ounces. Unless Congrats, by legislation,
orders thut the silver purohased each
month bo oolued, no more pilvor dollars
will be coined by the Treasury Dapaat
Hays Ho Will bo Able to Kiplaln.
Wasiiinoton, Doc 23. Major L.
Cooper Overman, the govarumeut engi
neer lately lu charge of this district, In
whoe accounts discrepancies have been
found, u ut CI vjU id, U, by permis
sion ot lue ar Dvrtin''ut preparing
Lis defence. He s ,n ho will be able to
1 exnlain all tli -a s :: ta .'es satisfactorily.
KniluiiMl lluuk Dutldluir llurned.
Wii.ni: Bimis. I's . Do rts'1 h Are on
Brill Ulcck, UjMttoa, tiHkatroyed
A CME BLACKING it cheaper
at 20 cents a bottle than any
other Dressing at 5 cents.
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAYS
because shoes ono blackened with it can
In- kept clean by washing them with water.
IVipfe In moderate circumstances Aral it
profitable lo ouy it at 20c. a Imttli', because)
what they spend for Blacking they save in
It is the cheapest blacking considVrinp;
ifs quality, and yet wo want o sell It
cheaper if It can be done. We will pay
for a recipe that will enable us to niako
Wolff's Acme Hiackino nt such a prico
that 11 retailer can profitably sell it at 10c. u.
bottle. This offer is open until Jan. 1st, 1803.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
Old furniture painted with
(tlits is tho name, of the paint), looks like)
stained and varnished new furniture. One
coat will do it A child can apply it. You
cau change a pino to n walnut, or a cherry
to mahogany; there is no limit to your
fancies. All retailers sell it.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR TO SABSAPARILLA
Purifies the blootl by ex
polling the impurities through
the proper channels and never
causes eruptions on the skin.
Regulates the bowels Cures,
dyspepsia, liver and kidney
troubles, tones up tho system
and gives you an appetite.
Never fails o euro any con
dition produced by impure or
impoverished blood, or a dis
ordered state of stomach, liver
Soli) at Klrlln'o Drag Store,
Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa.
DO YOU WANT RELIEF?
KROUT'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY
Will .1- it ... ...
I'l'iuii'ii; ri'iiBT 1119 m(l
truwtiig caiw .r Acutu r Chronic Mien
mutism or iout. Iy (iriclly observing
the directions,, it will curojeu irman.
Cnllt th Dumerom rrrpiratlot,! tbnt litwt
Ttriuiis funnt of rlu-mint Jim t?ufj, und not la
jniB "cure all ' Ofie IioUIp willinik
In oooDcctlnn hh tlio i-lIU, ctmvlnc the futhttr thtt
tho proper reniuly liu two a found, Vuu ire varumtj ro
iiuniM to til tho merit of ro
KUOIy'S KUl.UMATIC 1CKMJSDV,
M Iti TilaaMo properties aro endoraed tr hundred of Ilia
EiOit OMtrrlnff UMhuuitftla.
Onlr TfftDttble luiiredlenii, ren.arkbl forthnlr earatlTe
pern, urfl tii t In trv r.iaLufatuiu of KRUtT S
H.03 Tor DottlD. 6 BottlM, J5.C0. mis, 26 Cts. E:r.
If jiur tun keeper d .14 ut keen It, Mad ti.itt W tbe
ttiaufacturtr, and 30a will rogcle(t hy malL
3037 Market btreot, ritilad'a, r.
i3 SfPSrLeu, 9mDiLrinVt
thu on It leDututi 0rtnan AtncrUaa
PlircUUat h tuu t'Diled HutM h fj
ablr to cure BlOOd PotOfl,
Nervous Debility nd 8p
clnl Dlsoans r xlh "
Skin DIfaM, IU48rotrlni la the
bom SoroThroat Mouth
Bloiolu 4 t'lmpt' i, KrupUoni, eoft er
hard Ll'cr Hwt-UlnKt, lrrltatteniv
Ilitfimmntlooi and Runotagi.
fStrlo'uri-Bi Wckrj? ud Etrlj
istkr toit memory weak rnrU mcnul anslpty CTlnpy "4
UliU r Dtft-atfs) mil all nifiii.it rultlni ftom Kwo,
ImlUcrttlon or tli rfrk Ittwr'ut etwiJ curtd In l lOdajii
rdlof at onoc. Do -t line hor, 110 matter htt d?er
UrIdj Doetor, Quack, Funilh r H.nptUI rhynleian bi rallrd.
Dr. THEFI. oofs positively &n1 wUhont dr tun Hon from
boBlafee ois. rot'N, wmbLi AdiD ikd mont coirriMrtartx
UAKKiaUst rloh or poor, x nd So atejnp for bOO.W
"TffUTH" eTpotlntf Quanki under worn tMllitronlale,
Hoow. dallv from S In S, Vr'$ S W 9, V'el. and 8U
Kt' S tii 10, itundar 9 till IS Write or oatl and be aartd.
for HefereaiMi we Wodn. M BsUrd rbilt. S11 TlsM.
A J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of iho Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and Bonds written,
Marriage licenses and teaml olaluw
promptly attended to.
Ileal Estnfti, Collection aud Insurance Agency
Ueneinl Fire Insurance Business, Represents
tbe Northwestern lafe lasuranaeOu.
OFK1CK Muliloou's bullillnir. anrner Ontrn
arid West KU., HhenandoaU, fa.
Good Properties ef All Kinds For Sale,
1. A two sUiry doable frame dwelling house
Btoreand restaurant, on Kant i 'Antra Sr.
2. A dwelling and restaurant on East Centre
S. Desliable property on corner Centre ana
unruui siinwia, Huiiaoie tor uueinees pur
4. A two story double frame dwelling, on
5 Two 2-story frame d waitings on West Cen
0. Two ilory dwelling on the corner of
uoai aim uuesiuui streets Miore room in
7. Two-story single liouee on North Cbenluut
street, wltb alarge warehouse at the rear.
8. Three frixt ory double frame buildings
wruw 1,1 uiuya aa uiinen. hinn.
ALOON AND RESTAURANT
201 N. Main St., Blieniiudoah.
The Finest Sltjek of Beers, Ales, Cigars, k.
Has removed io Dill Jones' old stana
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will be pleased to meet the wants
of bis friends and tbe public In
Everything in tho Drinking Lino.
ll or 101' or FAll ' IO MA v. HOOD,
a -anr.mn.11.vuu i-lill liY,
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.(i'mii uvvai ianaiiui mu iryfr '3-'ilfaiJ
FOR MEN QNLY!