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Is the head centte of tlie Schuylkill coal reslon, thirteen miles from the couuty Beat. It la on the lino of tbo PhlhuU'lphlii and lU'adlng,Peni)sylvulnnnd Iiohigh Vnlley railroads, Hum ottering excellent facilities for travel. Not ruifte 4 hour rldefrom thoolty ofPhlliidelphlu POPOLI1TIOKSSI30,000 It. tiosf-eswe the greatest In ducements for tho location of factories, mills, Ac. Kx cellent water supply, fuel plen tiful and cheaper than any where else. Educational ml vautflRoa unsurpassed. Pure air, puro wator, electric Halite, &c, &c. Hannibnl llmiil'n wore to the very last the full-dress itult of black liroail- jeloth with expensive shht front that lurmea in mitt'oeiiiiiii ciays iiiuutBtitic tlve attlro of public men. It was the .style of suit that Webster unrt Cluy wero always clad in when Ihty ''' dressed the Senate, and itlias survived in a few Isolated ln-tice, of which Hamlin's was probably the most con snicurus It connected the powdered wiir and court enstume of Adams and Madison with the more modern Pilnce Albert of Dep w aud IngnlU. Ti-eaents In the most elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOF. OP THB 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 perma nently cure Habitual Consti pation, and the many ills de pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. Itist the most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE WE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one Is Uilious or Constipated so THAT PURL BLOOD, REFRESHING 3LEFF, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ASK YOUR DRUGG'ST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY OY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. &AN FRANCISCO, CAL, WUISVIUE. AT DEW YORK. tt. t. FIRE INSURANCE! xiw ill ik fallible Pore'j Cui Ctmiaalr: Represented by OAVlDFAUSTiSiSr GOLD MEDAL, PABIS, 1878. W. Baker & Co.'s eakfast from which tho excess of oil lias been rotnoved, Is Absolutely JPure anil it is Soluble. No Chemicals nro used in its preparation. It has more than three times the- strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, mid is thoroforo far moro economical, costing Jess than one cent a cttj). It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily digested, and admirably, adapted for invalids as well as for persons in health. ooia oy crooers ovorywnoro. W. BAKER & CO,, Dorchester, Mass. IMPORTANT NOTICE ! All persons are hereby warned NOT TO FISH IN TBS DM i Belonging to the Shenandoah Water Company, and all parties caught vIolatlPB thlt notice Prosecuted as Trespassers By order of XHJ COMPANY. THRILLING EXPERIENCE RE LATED BY JOSEPH FLTJDE. Ranchman Bitten by a Mad Coyoto. A Terrible Struggle With an Enraged Beast A Child in a Lion's Den. Indiana, Pa., July 0 Any lime Joseph Flm'e, of this plaue, wants Ills hair to eland on end he need only to recall u little trip tie took over Laurei Hill thaothertulght. lie was on Lis way to the Uouo ol Jotiu Dick, but gotoll the trail. Dark tis soon tettleil mound lilm, and a drenching rain fell. The lightning vyuh i vhi, une oi us intuiPHmveu ins life, for hy Kb light I'lude found hlin tell stumllng on tho etlgoof nsttep de clivity. on turiiiiiir around ho felt the fclok- I'lilng orimge of a lingo snake under ins loot, lie escaped from this one hul hi iw moment he felt foiiietliina striae hU leg just b.ow the knee. , He thumped it with hl umbiollu aid lejiin to run. FlUBllylhe inn- uroiiu DioKe, and intnio readied lorn i. envy stick of wor.d, which a Hash of blitiiiUK hud just revi altd to hliu. With tills he ulubhed the snake into stilmiissloii, audit let goof his trousers Upon composing himself bluue was plunged into another cold sweat by luuriiie tbo ominous rattlo of other snakes. He found himself on u rocky nlaleau, and from all directions came the sound of rattles. The air was full of the fumes of their venom. He made one nlunceoutof the place. aud as lie did so befell auolherof those horrible clutches at his trousers. Hj concluded to take that suake with him if It wanted to go, so ho ran and it threshed about the bushes as he jumped. Thai was nuoui a a. in. At u o'ciock he arrived at his destination. Farmer Diulc told It i in ho had parsed through a den of rattlers. Dirk, on the pro vious uay, nau seen uozens oi tue nig reptiles coiled up together at that place. A MAD COYOTE. A Texas Ranchman Was At tacked by the Animal. San Antonio, Tex., July 0. Alvlno Alaniz, a Mexican ranchman of Kin Grande (Jlty, riding after cattle two days ugo, camped at night by a creek running through a tangle of musqultc He tethered ids ;horse, cooked lih supper, and was squatted by the fire smoking the inevitable cigarette, when a mad coyote sprang upon him from the darkness. The little beast, with every lia'r standing on end and its jaws dropping loam, inn in tne lace, lasleued its teetl. In his nose. Alaulz was thrown back ward, and, sprawled at full length, vainly trltd to defend himself with his hands The coyote snapped its teeth through the skin in half a dczen places, and the man's faco was soon covered with blind. As he struggled to his feet, frenzied with terror, his assailant dis appeared. The ranchman reached Rio Grande City the next morning and was treated by a phyiilclau, but is prostrated, and will probably die of hydrophobia. Mad wolves and coyctes in South western Texas at this season are no means uncommon. Three years ago Y. G. Chamberlain, a fon-lndawof the millionaire ranchman, Kichard King, was attacked while on horseback by 'a mad wolf. He went to farla as fiat as steam could tako him, was treated by Pasteur, aud has not sullered any luconvenlence. IN THB LION'S DEN. Khedive Ismail's Brutal Sport "With the Hungry Beasts. "When Ismail Pasha, tho extrava gant Khedive of Egypt, reigned over that hlstorIcallaud,"saId au acquaint ance of the notorious ruler, "he had in his garden a large cage of African Hons. Noble brutes they were, and until the event of which I never tired looking at them. One day while walking with his Highness In the garden, the keeper, accompanied by a pretty little girl. entered, carrying a basket of meat for the lions. The iviieuive anu 1 waiKeu toward the caiie to watch the beasts eat. They were hungry, and pounced upon their food with a ravenous fury that chilled mo. Standlugclosoby tliostago, with her hands resting on tho bars was a little girl, her long golden hair at times blown by the breeze iuslde the enclosure. " 'Why do you permit your daughter to go so near the lions?' the Khedive asked of the keeper. " 'Oh,' replied the keeper, 'they are so accustomed to her they would not hurt her.' " 'Then onen the door and put her inside,' said tho Khedive. "My bloou irozo ai me commanu, for command It was. I tried to speak but could not, I was unable to move. Tho keeper, with the submlsslveness of those who know their Uvea will pay forfeit If they dlsotiey their ruler, maoe with his eyes a plea for meroy. Hut seeing none In the Khedive's face ho kissed the little oco tenderly, lifted her up, opened tho door placed her in side, and as the door swung to he turned his faco away and groaned. "Tho little one, though she did not stlr,stonicd not afraid. The Hons ap peared surprised, and as tho largest and fiercest rose and walkfd toward her I thought I should choke. Hap pily, the father did not ecothe beast. The Khedive alone was unmoved and stood cazlntf at the scene calmly and with a curious smile I had so ofteu sceu play upon his features when watnhlnir the dance of a ballet. The lion went up to the child smelled of uer, looKeu ai uer iuuy nan a nuinuu then lay down at uer leei anu ueat uiu lloor with his tall. "Another llou approached. The first one cave au omnious irrowl and Ihe second Hon went back. Tho others protinbed low. and each second I ex pected them to spring, hut they did not, This continued, I think, about llvo minutes, the big llou never taking dighest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOLUTES PURE his eyes nfl'ilie gi 1, aud oeutelesjly lashing tli'1 lloor. 'The IChrtiUoby this time was ev idently t-att' (ltd, and turned to the keeper and oomuikinltd him to thrust a live lamb Into tbo oaire through an other (Jonr. Wltl a oi Irrlty I have new rseeii equulb d, th- km-iwr u iught a slrsylnu lamb and oliyed. At he did so every lion sprung upou the lamo. 'Take out the chUdl'' th Khllv oonimanded, and scm bud the womh e?caped him ere the kfepr. who had already run to that end oftlm ont jirkul open tlio door, stmtelied the Utile one our, nud ulusu h1 her In his arms, fhe Khedive laughed, to-med the keeper ooin. uud. tatttm: niv arm. walked on." A Husband's Mistake. llunhnnrls loo often ne nut wle. port rtar- eut. their clilWrwn, u Mit!r from bt ndaolit-, zziuess, iieurugift, we t- Mie-a. ill, ner viune, when uy Hid nm of Dr. Miles' ItestoiatlVH Nervine Midi leituMft resulifl cuuld ettfelly be prettnteri liriiKalxte evtry- Mnere hay itgivef uuiverwji fiHiifliiQ'.ion. huh ha-ai linmcnee sale. WtMHluoilh tA.,of Kort Wnvne. Ind.: snow A n. of 8vrmni. N. V.; J.O. Wolf, Hlllsrtnle, Mich.; nurt htui d edaot ollifrf my "It js KieatKt seller tliey over kLew.'f It contains no oplilm. Trial boltlfs and line Itnok n JiervoUf Diseases, Iree at C. II. IIgeiibuo!rs. The oyster Is now out of ecu on and tho o'im ia in thoscup. THIS IS JOLLY! Dad bonffht ACME BLAOKlHG find ril hT it easr nov. WoiffsgGIEBIacking IS A GREAT LABOR SAVER; A SHINE LASTS A WEEK. RAIN AND SHOW DON'T AFFECT IT. NO BRUSHING REQUIRED. MAKES A SHOE WATERPROOF. USED UY MEN. WOMEN AMD OUILDUEN. Can be wmhed like Oil Oloth. ASK IN ALL STORES FOR Will Stain old & New puhnituhc will Stain glass and Chinawahc Will stain tinware Will stain tour old baskets and Tarnish at the same time. Will stain baby's coach WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia. OcnSoYLVANIA RAILROAD. JT eCHTJTLHILI. DIVI110H. Irs anil after JYbv. 21, 1690, .rndv. milt U(.l Bhenandfah as falLuM: fa Vlggan, miborton, fiaos-v'Ue, Ke iutlc,Ht. Clair, ana way (iulta, C.CO, . t . ra. ai.d 1. 1 l, M, Hundayp, U0,.l.ia maud ,nm. e'or l otuvllle, ti.(XI, H.W n m .u. .. :5 1, m. Sundays. (-00, S.4ua m and SAO n ra, i,'oi tieAdlusi (J-O, U.lu a tn and 1.18 pm. -inuduyn, toe, u.iuu. m. andS.hipra, fcr Foiuuiwn, T-Ufmxvillc, Hirr!tow. qd Pnlladeliihla itiiuad street "tatlon), H.W, 10 a in. and J. 15 p week days 'us-.tayg, noo, D.10 a m 8.10 p m Pralag leave Frack.ll.u lor bhejiiuidoah at J.40B"! and 12.11, J. 12, 10,01' u m. anndaya 1.13 a m aud S. 10 p m. Lenvo I'mterllle :r,i 3.:ciaudGili, 13.13 aui! .S a ri 7.15, S.12 f, ui, 'jundaj s, 1U.40 a it ..15 11 m. ueave L-uutJoiiiiilk (llrud otruet station) ,r Potuvllle AndtJliumndurh, r.57,10.25a ir (.10, 4.1'JMufl 7.10 fi ni neelf dys. tunday9.a ni and l.lup. ru ITor w Yoib.H.SO, 4.(6. l.li). 6.8 60. 7.S0. ).b0. 11.00andll.lGaxrj.U0lnoon (Um ed exiuess, l.oa and 4.50 p 111.) Vi.U, 1.4(5, ';.S0 k!W, i, 5, If, S.30, (i.S0 l.li 8,1V iind 10.00 nm, 12.01 iRht. On Huuds.yn, 8.SS), 4.05, 4.40, 5.J6, b.12, 8.W, 9.EU, i ru.niid 12.49, 8.11) (lltulUdJ.SO), V.&U,).C.6( .13 K.li n m and 12.01 nleht. For Bea am, Bpting lite, Bclmar, io.:un drove, Ahbury Iarlt, andlone Uranct .,aj, u.ie, a. ra. 4.00 p. in. week davr I'oi JTeeliold, 5.0 1 p. m. weeR caya. Ualtlruon- ana TVasuitiKlon, 8.EO, 7,20, 8,3i 110, Hi.20, It.lSa m, 12.v5(rimltedexps)a4l ill 6 67 an' 7.40 r. m., and 12 OS night, i'o' yallluiore- nly. 2.02, 4.1 1, b on and li.ao p. m jns.mdaya.te. i:s), aV'taa ll.l a. m. 4.1) .57,7 44 11 m. 12.0J utghu Balt'oiore only 5.08 10. rt ll.KOpm. Kor Ulcumond and the Boulb 7 20 11.18 a. ra.. Llmlled ISxpresa 12.85 p lii..)12.03 nieht.week. lave. Hnudays, 7.20 a. to., 12.WI nlsht Tt'ulnt leave llarrlBbur lor I'Huamrit act Jie went every day at 12.5 and Uu a in am' 1.00 (limited) and J.4J p ra. Way for Aitoona, . 15 1. ra and 1.10 f u every day. For l'ltteburg only, 11.20 j ni dally and 10.21 , in rat aays. beve Hunbury lor WlUlaraeport, iClmlra lauandalBUa, Kuohcter, BnttaluHnd Nliieur, ftll 5.10 a lu dally, and 1,4V p in week rtayt For vtttKlDH, 5.30 p m week days. 1- or hrle and liiterraedate points, 6.10 a 111. dally. Far Look Haven, 5.10, and 9.63 a m dally, 1.84 and 6.80 p. m. week days. Fo ttraova 5.10 a ra 1.48 and !,8! p ni week day 1.10 a, m Hourtays, 'HAS. m FlIGH, I. R. WOOD, ,n. Maiv ' --'in. l'ai Afct TIIK SEASON FOR pi;e-Nics itmxa at iiAxn, Committeemen should bear in mind that tho IIuhald olllce ia prepared to do all kiuds of Poster Work! at the moat reneoimble rates. Give us a call and obtain our prleea. All work done when promised aud iu a satisfactory manner, U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. TROUBLE! IN THE HANKS. Growing Hostility to Governor Pattlaou. Lnt wek Governor I'stlleon oflernl Mr. Koliiiipon a minor olerlwhlp. The prolier wag nirly declined. Kditor Frank J. Kit.-diiiiiiouH, also well known aiuonn Htate polllleian?, who U a warm friend of Sherill ltobinwm, lut Hst-onlBlicd UIh friouds throiiK'Uout tlie eotinty by a vicious attaok on the Governor through the medium of his paper, the 8orantou News. It says: "l'attlioii linn uevcr hoen anything out a UouuU'-UeHltnir. iipi-otrtlve, nuns wumptah, urrogant individual, with tue uiintreBl veueerlui ot JJemoeraw of iinv man livinir who nreteml.t to l- lieveln tliepiiuoTpleiAof the party of jenerpon. lie oefiueii to latior tinner tlie unfortunato tl' hiBion tliat ho is n tiilie liettir tlmn liis party, that goi: ttluti Democrats tiiust acqules-co in his dulngs, aud that It is the esjeuce of Htutest)iauhi to llatler and surfeit traitors and kirkf-rs. Previous to his last nomination, his ginger bread sup porters aud hired lickspittles wero continually apologiziug for his career when Govornor before. They declared that ho would be a Democrat if elected Hgnin. "Well, he was re-elected; has ho changed any ? Ho Is even worse than ho wss before, flis every action seems to be to pleaeo mugwumps and a lazy gang of idlers known 110 labor reforniets. "Tho gauzy statesmanship of men of PattUoti's ilk w.ll boon pass Into the vortex of oblivion and beyond the poiwibilities of rt8unctloii. He has broken every pledge made them, and crowned lm trt-auhery to hia party by appointing a majority or mugwumps on the World's 1' air commission." THE COMMISSION APOLOGIZED FOU. i'jUsvlllo Chroulule. Smarting under the criticisms to which the Woild's Kair.Uouimlxshm has been Btilileeted a bulletin has been ibsued by Gov. I'uttlsou giving some analysis of its personnel. It will be noticed that labor, lavs' and finance; steel, raihouds and agricultural; oil, mantiiactur s aim newspapers; lum ber, trade and art arc all represented mil coai wuero is its representa tive? Pennsylvania last year produced 7'' million tons of coal with $.200,000,000. it employed au army of 170,000 men, and twice as many 111010 of tho people of the state were dependent on the 1 rati e. Was an industry like this unworthy of notice; so Inconsequent as to be overlooked? We may Lie prejudiced. Our surroundings may iuiluouce the opinion that the Governor made a great mlstaite in neglecting to put a representative man irom this region on the list. The analysis published on tho first pago of tho Chronicle to day Is the most positive evidence of the charge that has been made that tho commis sion was made up uot to represent Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania's In terests, but tbo political purposes of the administration. COMMKND1KO IIIMSUtiF STftONGIiY. 8(. Louis Qlobe-Ilemocrat. Governor Pattisnn has made his first bid lor the Democratic nomination for President by vetoing the Compulsory Education bill receutly passed by the Pennsylvania Legislature. NOTHING LIKE ITI Blood Is thicker than irator, tad must be kept pure to ma ore good health. Swift's Spzoino la natures ramstfy for this purpose. It neror to falls ollmn&te the lmpta ties sad build up the general health. Them U only one Swif f s Specific, and thero is nothing Uko it Be sure and get the genuine. Treatise on Wood and Skin Dlrawca mailed free. Tho Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, tot LOST orFAiyMl HAJWOOT), Urianral aaiiaCKVOUB utuu.u ii liVtVtn'tw.ttol Body Bad Hind, tbuc.t LiuUjf ,romorEsMi m OldorYounA lt.St.4l. fc-M. HM ,)! fall li..lor.J. llaw f 3 .n'Krf. ft a rimsAiM k, t nt ftoi-tu muss imhthiifioiu. il,.oli!l.lr unf.m.i IIOllll TIIUA11I1T NrneDt- Is a iltr. tl -a Lam traufto Kn4 h.r.lgs Coaau 1.1. i rltt Vntx. uW. EH1C MeblCAI. CO.. BUFFALO, N.V Dr. Grosvenor's jEEttffii nn ! Den-cap-siu n,,ui,r.u PLASTER. frow vain, " w TttiAnrn&tiam. nmit-tiliriA. nlnriT Rtlil lnmbaUTO Mumi at once. unvn rur mus uy au urutltww. TREMFO I 'IT..1 ? ft... rurcil m I SI 11, .1 IS urM (li.se s 1 1 t ,ajiuiy i,i in i in ' i i i i --i i. mi i ii tymiitom. tie li n "fil - . I ' PR li BOOli I I uinUlto(nilr- TCH nJVO f li rnl CDCC ! "i trulout i u ICIl UA1 li,.l.(..ilrnL.C vou 'Mb ItUI, rtoi tn cent- In m.i i ps - j lv o.i.ie Kuim 1111. II. 11. GltfeXN Si SON)?. ATLANTA, Ui m 1 051 HBEALDINGS. A Llttlo of This, That and tho Other. -A Watrvllle, Afe.. doctor Is soveuty-seveu years old, and he thinks about knocking oil' business long enough to go visit his grnlidapa In Kngland, Grandpapa Is 114 yenr old and deserve the vilt ihe death of Mr. Il.imllti recalls the curious fact that wheu he was Vice President the name of the second ollloer of the government was bodily included lu thai of the llrat thus: Abra hum Lin coln. The furniture of tha old Hlierlrian liouve at lllemarck. Uukotn, is ollerud , for sale. This hotel wss j eats hko th le:uli xvou of eti'orprUIng wild-wist. i tltl.ens, and tlie furniture ought to bring a good price for lead that Is In; the piices. Two vessels have broken ocein! reoordi this summer, and It Is ob served that one in German mid Ihe oilier Friiu-h. It Is to be hnp.d that they will avoid collision v,ilh eaoh o'.her, and settle their Interna loual ilifllcuiMes lu a more iileasant way. A female school teaoher lu Fitch burg. Mhsh., rec ntly sent a boy home brcmise he oaiue to suhuol barefooted. If back in the 40's boys were sent home simply because they oaiue to school barefooted We would to-day be a liKt'on of people with only sufficient in tolllgeuco to occupy seuts in the jury box Here Is a little example In mental arithmetic which the Democrats can eiislly solve, if they will: If Major M.; Kin Icy came within 80ti votes of being elected in a m rrvmandered Con men- t-loiuil district that should give 30,10 Democratic majority, what will be hia imiiorily for Governor In the State of utiio, which is easily uepuuiican uy 16,000? 1 lie ulclimoml ( n.'L)c8natot re gards the proposition to have a leunion ol tho Union mid Confederate armies at tho World's Fair as a doubtful enterprise, aud says that tlie "northern aud western people would go Into Ills If they wero to see a rebel battle ling." lietoru giving Its encouragement to tho undertaking, tho Despuloh 11 rat wants to know "whether we may carry our battlo Hugs and old uniforms wlln usto Ulikiu'o. " J tHlillusu-i that tlieie could beuieunioii of the two armies without tlie display of rebel Hags and other relit'H of n lost cause, li -sides, there need be no fear of anybody being thrown into a spasm at the sight of the rebel colors. The North has cap tilled many of them nud Is throughly faodliarwith their appearance. In cap turing these Hugs it might be added that the Noilb gave somebody else the Ills. -Significant: That tho "MeKlnlev prices" on French champagne Imvo not continued. At nearly every place where champagne Is served In Nevv York the prices aro$1.7o uud $8. Oasof old. Tho duty increase was $1 on a dozen quarts. Tho man without live whole flnirers Is having a hard time of it these davs simply because fugitive "GUI" Marsh has a linger missing. The tramp who rescued several people irom the Erie railroad wreck at Kaveuua tho other day Is minus a forefinger of the right hand, aud this fact gives rise to the suspicion that the liamp may have uecu lNKirsii. this clue is about as strong as any that have been run out UlulerlaKer Joseph II. Uolwell. of Birmingham, Conn., announces thai lie will murry tlie girl that will go up in a balloon with him. He made the sumo oiler a year ago. Ho perhaps thinks that wives come high, but be nni't have 'em. Colweli Is a widower, pre-uinably made so bv tils first wife accompanying him on a balloon trip. nave you ever scon tne ladles so orgeously arrayed as now? The man ufacturers of goods for women's wear appear to have exerted themselves to the utmost to produce urlllhint colors and splendid combinations, and it mustbecoufessed they have succeeded. mo maiitua muKers have supple mented their ellorts by such compli cated, but the same time tasteful, cut ting ami lilting ol gay luiirlcs, that tho raslilonaule women or the day Is some thing to bo looki-d upou with wonder aud admiration. You Take No Risk In buying Hood's Snrtaparllla, for it ii ovorywhoro recognized as tho standard huilding-up modicino and blood purifier II has won IU way to tho front by Its own intrinsic merit, and has tho largest sale cf any preparation of its kind. Any honoet driigijiet will confirm this statoinent. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, d-i not bo Induced to buy anything else in stead. Do euro to got Hood's. A SLAVE'S REVENGE. A Method of Vengeance as Poou liar as It Was Doadly. In Haytl and Martinique the venom of the terrible serpent indigenous to those islands, the formidable fer de lauce, has been often employed by the negroes In disposing of their enemies, A horrible but well authenticated luBtance of negro ingenuity aud mal evolence is told lu Martinique. A huge negro, recently Imported from 41. Sl.it.w.. nin.l l.n.l ltunti tt'lilnnml LtlC U IIIUI U LUllDl, ,uv uvv.. 4..J,,l. by tlie order of his master, ono of tue great planter princes oi tue isiauu whllo it was under Frenoh rule. The victim made no compliant, but medi tated revenge. liy long search ho found the lair of a pair of serpents In tho gardeu adjacent to the house. Watching his opportu nity, no Killed one anu dragged us bodv to tho house through a window that was always open, and into, the bedroom of the beautiful daughter of the planter. lie dragged It to Uiu bed, lifted the coverings and colled tho reptile on the sheet. When this wus done no carneu tne tieau snaite away aud cast it into au adjucent uroam. As night upproacheil the serpent1 mate followed tho trail, crept througl the open window and to the bed of the planter's daughter. Tho latter, half awake, made a motion to brush awny tue intruuer. iiistaiitiy tne tangs wore nurted in uer uecu, anu in a tow uours sue wus u corpse. From Tho Nation's Capitol. an.n. . liHMU, ,t n.ui,i,,iiui v.,p.t". Tho Fuiuoms lied Flag Oil. Is a perfect family . , A XT ll...n ll,...l.lnn,nn , I , I'. II. meillcmo, and lias ue equal lor uueumausui VeuralaliL. HnmlliR. CulB. lllirns. find a! bodily patn. l'rlcaBSceuu. At Ktrlln's drug store. Who rules in this town ? . Depends on the question up. The lamp-chimney ques tion what sort do you break ? Whatever sort your dealer deals in. How, do ycu think, ho selects his chimneys ? He buys those that cost him least; he can get the regular price for them; and the faster they break the more he sells. That's how he reasons. Tell him you want Mac beth 's "pearl top "or "pearl glass, " toup-h class, transpar ent, clear, not foggy, fine, of right shape and uniform. Tell him you'll pay him a nickel more a piece, and that will cover his extra costs twice over. Tell him you don't pro pose to break any more. Try your hand at ruling. Vlttuborg. (1FO, A. MACBETH. & CO. FLY CHEAP AN STRONG. Mother stylo 5-A Not, p-lccs 10 suit nil NVu. Ayuks . sons, ih i i. mieli-ii ia. ISo'tf f.y all cloHlnrs. CTiM.Mti-r'. 11M. Illmii,il IlronJ. EKNYRQYfll PILLS (Lrirtnal anil h.ly r-mtn. 1 4 Ur l, 1 hi If. A , fil "fith 1 i, ri . iL r.t . , t fflhuiaana hum . m i , tistir nUJi at4 r'!lt.-lii-.'r t. rt.tr.,, I 1 ... .lt.' J '1'? 5M lj tit Lotftl i'ri ci'ii VhTliSi!. vZ Auk my nttcntN for XV, I. IinuKlniv S1im. I mil tor sail In or vhxcv tmU jmir ivncyt ami vl iliem fur on. WHY IS THE W0 L, DOUGLAS S3 SrSOE POP GENTLEMEN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE HONE? It It n si-anileHri siw with tiutackior wax thread to hurt the fei'lj made of tho best Hug calf, stilish and Qtity, ami because tro tmtke more thoea of this ffmaV than any ofi' nmnttfat fttrer. It equals baud Bcwetl kIiocs cuhtlUK from 8I.111J to . ffifi 00 (tt'iiuliift lluiiu-Nuitrilt the finest calf I) J m tthuo cviT tilTiTt'd for ftVUH pniiAl fc'rpUL-h Inipdrtcd sliocf whlcti cowt from fcs.o tofiU.tMi, eCL U IIiiml-StMVi il Welt Shot', lino calf. btyllHli, comfortable and durable. Ihe beat shoo over onm-d ut this prlco t same prudo as cus tom niflilo KlioetcoHtlnic from $tf At) to $!l.tl. CEO 50 I'ollci Miiipi Inrmers. Hullroad SIca and I.-ttcrC'arrlorsnll wrarthemj Iluocalf, seamli Binooth in sit) c. licuvy tbruu boIch, cxtcu slon cdv' )uo pair will wear nyenr. Qn 01 11110 emit no iietter fiiiofl over otrcrea ac H thl-t prk-o; one trial ulll couvlnco thoso who want aeboo for comfort nud nenlee. (CO -.'Ht YV'firkliiamtin shoes Pi& nro very strong and durable. 'Uioso who iue clvcn tlu'in a trial will wear no other make. rnic) S-I.IM) uud Kehmd shoes am EliUVD worn hvtho bfiHuvervuhorei thevsell on their merits, ns tlm lntToatiiK sales show. CiUICS DoiiL'oin. vervsrx llshieaualsll'cucU lm nor tot I suoea cost lug from $t.0o to $o.m). IwuIIch' M..'t, SAHi mid $1.7.1 shoe for MIsHea are tho best flue Uongola. htylUh aud durable. ('nminu.-en mux, w. i. ifouRiar name nuu rlco uro Btampcd mi the 1m( torn of each shoe. SToetojp'ix 33a.ll, Dr. Thee 33 tul. fb-t!(tt(PjHiuleliliU. Tbi tu oil relUble nt aueeM p-cUUil for UdieMs rtolk SpccialDiscascs,Bloo3 Poison UIXKBS, hlotohfi, Plmplca, Sort Moulli, Thrott, IrrilUlon. Bo 14 low. !BfUurat1jni, Rfdncya Blt11r. Loll thktilj, ffeiH tack, Vctkneii Debllitr, Impilretl Memory tad Decay, tlrtetorea til dUcue reiu'tmi frgm jouthful irrora or from c? crwork Old.YounK" Mlddlo Aged don't Mffer soy Ionar. ura ia ecrutu, do eiperimoot, 1 bare tTtrjthlni known U inoJtoal a,adauri.oaMoience,ott!niuaacaoiiCMeaaoM0iiaut uouatur who lallad rtlief at onca, Vraahcaiea urad to 4 to 10 day a. Earopeitt lloapltai txperlrnco to Ut rmanjr Em I ad, t'rane and Auti la, at -crtlflcate aad dlplomaa prof atta 1 year ! ranicai wr ripnnfl iv mmiin ! " f m-l E llllll "W inrriii uw"i, " 4iO)UUliiipvi ax piratlki't. kaowledct aud pcrlenea nd who ao ahov u many pallenta yarmititMly lured aa loan afhr quai ka and aJvnliln doctors ba. ruined them. Head So atamp for book "TKUTII" andiorn fatiuiODlalacipoalnx qaacks and adrerttatoi doetora wilb tbir tmltt aod Frauduknl guarantees aad Mattmoulala, thtlv aiperleoc, ihet do not pou and tbctr aohciua of rt fundi of wDT orrrlPLdly :alks and tbeir cheap and wortbUat dmo nettber rf whicli lDl-m jou i-ut are naed aa dtooj a,od reauls in rum of ttuuauda of ooiiltaing loll mi. Omcr HfiJ fwTj ity front y A M toJP M .evenings 6 tofl. Wediioa.ay aad 8aturdaj Kvi-ulnga tt m ft-lfl, KuodaT irom to 12, b'4 Utifsra&CM ao Wuaimadajr aud Hatardaj f bits Tlwci. YOUNG MAN, aSi pay jrm to llt tlio IttiCIIlhTl'H HUHl. MKHh, UN1VKIIS1TY Lelored cidlr.K Mliero, tliougli y 11 may me a ilioinunrt lulled away. It stuudB at tlio 1 cad ol the lldt or commer. olal BcnooU In Its diameter nt an cdiuitoDal forc, au n miaiutn lur kUMilylDK Hie ' nMnen men of llio country with troli.fd bi d i nimblo ariilluittti, as a liiraiiM ol i1ic1uk amlilnoua young men and women on tln lilgli ro dta nici'tkB. Mid tn llio (UK lit. eliERne ndi i 't ol It foiilimient. ThorouiiliC uMMl.ltl Il,, HllllUl 11 Pil rtiMll rilAUTU AIj t.l 1, 111 I'OUUHis-", 'iliB Twcnty-iifvenili Auuual Culalpgue will ne mulled tonny addn i-v. WILLIAMS &R0GEn$,,,osnrr' KENNESS Urlliu ithiiiwr llubil, lukiiltfl turcu by uUiMlitUU'rliiff Ir, llulutia 4iuldfii hpeoliU1 It Is manufactured aa a powriar. which osu be gvtt in a anus ot beert a oup ot outloo or tea, 01 in food without the knowledge ol iho ml lent it u uLrolutoJy harmle, and will uncut a peruianeut and upeady cure, whether the paiiuut la a moduiato diuiker ot an aleonollo wrok It has been g1von in tlu-U(iin!i or oaH. ana lntivary loiiavnue a perwui euro nm iuc lowed. it netpr ran. The system once nun nnat ed wun the Hiieuine.tt beooinns au utter ttupoeuiDniyr 48 page book of particulars fr.e. To be l.aa tr C. H. MAGENBUCH, Dragolst. SlifinadAh A-nQRNEY-AT-LAW, OMoo-Boddall'i batldlnc corner Xla ifid 0atz 5A MM.