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ALL THE DEAD FOUND
Sixty-ono Bodies Taken from
tlio Park Placo Iluiiis.
WAR TALK! BERLIN
Tlio Knisor in a Great lingo
Against Franco.
1,000
REWarii
17 PERSONS STILL MISSING
ITALY ON THE WATCH AT PARIS
Those TJ&acoeuntod Tor May Have Been
Burnfld to Dust.
Hostilities My Brek Oat on the Frontier
at Any Moment,
flighest of all in Leavening Power. LT. . Gov't Repott, Aug. 1889,
Powder
ABSOLUTELY PURE
. CHOLERA AMONG CHINESE.
rasprai 1 snnnta I
ttTZTWs
it
w
.
Presents In the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
OF TUB
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
jk virtues of plants known to be
jl most beneficial to the human
j" system, forming an agreeable
H and effective laxative to pernia
rWtiently cure HabUual Consti
pWpation, and the many ills de
pending on a weaic or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
f CLSAHSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When cne u Piliom or Constipated
SO TH VT
PURL DLOOD, REFREaHlHQ 3LCCP,
HEALTH tind STRENQTH
NATURALLY FOLLOW.
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DnUQQ'ST FOR
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
tOUlSVILLE. Kt NEW YORK. H. V.
John R. Coye,
Attorney-at-Law
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE BEDDALIB BUILDING,
Main and Centre Streets. SKENANDOAH, PA,
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
1 A two and one-half story double frame
dwelling bouse, with store-room and res
taurant. Located on East Centre street.
A valuable property located on South Jar
din street.
3 Beven dwelling houses at the corner of Gil
bert and Lloyd streets. Gcod Investment.
Terms reasonable.
Dr. Grosvsnor's
Bell-cap-sic
Clttf q-uiek relief
Jrompatn,
PLASTER.
Itbjnmatism, nenralffia, pleurisyand lmnbaofe'
JuJnred at onco. Genu
ir Mia ujr tui uruugisvi.
GOLD MEDAL, PAMS, 1873.
W. Baker fiCo.'s
ireakf
from which tho oxcess of
oil has been removed, is
Absolutely Pure
and it is Soluble,
No Chemicals
aro used In Its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocora ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
ilibuiuu i m vegetable
laplrlly tlUftppe .r.
Mil in in ti-n !.;' fwo-thif.i', .
i)iiHturjis ate rTi
you order
txUl. send ten ceii b it. .n p i . pay
II Jl. niifc-'N A sovrf.
iUrTERlNGWOMEN1
ft. A'i Hit.
When trmhled with thotte Mino-inff Irreualnriti--Cnxi'iTtl
followjnrfH tol t or-pours, or froiovo..
afir tfnnal BalcaBflso j uliarto thulr n?'ilu
ta.A nn. rwiftMAiMb"! OAlttLirtnCi
FEMALE REGULATING PILLS.
Thpvare FtinifthL,mm.'
4 t to U f aK"t lotm Of if.l
..... )H )a. .i
nun tin i "
Or. Harta'W H- i'--0-i
YOUNG MAN,
If you contemplate
attending Commer
cial school. It will
pay you to visit the 'UOUHKHTEIl HU81.
1ME8S UNlVKnalTY before dicldlng where,
though you may ltve a thoufann miles away.
Itstunds at tho bead of the list of commer.
cl&l tcnools In its character as an educational
force, as a medium lor aupplylug the buslnocs
men of the country with trained and capable
ambtacts.us a means ol placing ambitious
youDg men and women on the high road to
burcefcs, hdu iq mo exient, elegance ana coat
a. f.c an.ilnman Thnwin-lilvlllllVDI.r, T.
till OUT II AN D AND PitAOTIOAlj til HUSff
couilHrJS. rne Twenty-sevenin Annual
Catalogue will be mailed to any address.
WILLIAMS & ROGERS,"0.
i UkteiHtcrt EealLt bloJUDod Ilraad.
,vrjv Orliloal ana vnlr uennlae.
LK aare. r tl.bl.. iDica t.k
Praj.Ut Air Ciltkutn Vnjluk
monABrMJlu Ilea ana riaiiMIUU.
IhA... with ill.hiin. T.Irn
ua otfafttv Htfltii (iutu.ruh, .uiMu. V
lion aJ imltahuM A I OrowWli, r ,na la,
In .totnpi rui butlouUr., iiUmMtl.U aa.
llUr tvr fadlea,1 tn !.. bjr return
J H POMEKOYi
AnOHNtMI'LAir.
OBts-Bedosllsbnliaing corner Mala mi Oeotrt
fill
OPSY
Oi red '
U. vj
jt SoUtrall
A Scorching Investigation to bo Made to
I'lnco the Illume fur the Cnlnmlty An
Inuuost tn bo Hold on Tuosdny List of
tho IdentlBed Dead Aid for Destitute
Families.
New York, Aug. 37. Tho mournful
tale Is complete. The ghastly tack Is
finished, and 01 human beings, who on
Saturday were filled with life and liopo
and buoyant spirits, have been taken out
of the wreck of the Park place buildings.
During tho last 3-1 hours the most
loathsomo remnants of the collapse were
carefully and laboriously searched, and
the list of the half hundred victims al
ready exhumed was added to by the dis
covery of yet another 11.
The verified list of tho missing showa
thlrty-flvo persons unaccounted for. Tho
number of unidentified dead taken from
the ruins is eighteen. Allowing that
eighteen of tho missing persons are rep
resented by tho unknown dead, it will bo
seen that there nro still 17 unaccounted
for. They aro not In the ruins. And if
not, comes tho naturnl query from every
side, where are they t Tho theory Is ad
vanced that owing to the fierceness of tho
flames, which raged several hours, somo
of tho bodies wcro entirely consumed.
List or the Identified Mend.
The list of the dead Identified up to tho
present tlmols as follows:
Charles Breitner,
Wm. II. Kills,
Jacob Heldenrlch,
Goorge Loebo,
Adam Dohtun,
Frank Hach,
John Hyland,
Leonard R. Colo,
Jonuie Flower,
John 31. Hlllls,
Sarah Jlcllahon,
Peter Miller,
Andrew Peterson,
Mary Reddln,
William Schcll,
Conrad Schmidt,
John Steiuke,
A. Dershopki,
John Gibbs,
Lottlo Helm,
Gustnv Caury,
John Faath,
Morris A. Herring,
Robert H. Marks,
Lizzie Dowd,
Annio Haegney,
Arthur Kittle,
Annie Mullcr,
Albert E. Mlddleton,
Maggie Qninn,
Gustavo Reich,
John Schmalbach,
M. H. Shaddock,
Michael Slattcry,
Gustavo btelncr,
Ueorgo Hulllvan,
Ferdinand W.Tripp, Annie Tully,
Otto Walser, Henry Williams,
Mary Williams, Lizzie Wood,
Gustave Zickert.
MAYOR GRANT'S ACTION.
Dcdalvo Steps Talicn AVltli ltegard to tho
j Great Calamity.
j New York, Aug. 87. When Mayor
I Grant returned to the city from Coopers-
town ho Immediately went to the Bcene
of tho accident, no criticised tho Firo
Department severely for not removing
the debris nt onco. Tho Mayor said it
should havo been removed within 24
hours. Later In tho day ho sent for Firo
Commissioner Uobblns ana held a con
ference with him.
Tho mayor ordered that nnlnvestitrn
ion no made at onco. Chief Cashmnn
told him that he was on tho scene within
two minutes after tho accident occurred,
and tho building was then In flames. Ho
reasons, therefore, that there must havo
been an oxploslon of somo sort after tho
building collapsed. Ho cannot yet tell
whether it was from the igniting of gas
by the lamps In the restaurant or tho ex
plosion of chemicals in tho drug storo.
The chief, however, will mako a full re
port. Coroner Hanley empanelled a Jury to
day to hold an inquest In tho case of tho
victims of the collapsed building. Ho in
tends to holds the inquest noxt Tuesday.
Burying; tho Unidentified Bodies
Mavor Grant has authorized tho Com
missioners of Charities to procure a plot
In some cemetery to decently Inter all
the unidentified bodies of the disaster.
There aro uow twenty-threo of them nt
tho Morgue, that must be burled by Fri
day owing to their advanced stage of de
composition. The theory is now advanced that an ex
plosion ol feveral barrels of benzine in
tho drug cellar caused the wreck. Tho
fire that immediately followed tho col
lapse burned very much like un oil firo.
ltellef for tho SulTercrs.
At noon Mayor Grant appointed a re
lief commltteo to look after the sufferers
from the dlsastor. It is composed of
prominent citizens.
Tho subscriptions alrendy reach $3,430.
Mrs. D. Jones Craln, owner of tho col
lapsed building, subscribed $1,000 of this
amount.
A Newport, R. I., dispatch Fays that
Mrs. Astor, Mrs. F. W. Vanderbllt, Mrs.
Townsend Ilorden. Mrs. Richard Irwin,
Mrs. William Jay and other well-known
ladles havo expressed a willingness to
contrlbuto for tho relief of tho families
sulleiintr from the Park Placo dlsastor.
It is expected that Mrs. Astor and her us
socla'.os will form an auxiliary relief fund
at onco.
Illdlntr Bohlnd Death's Shadow.
NewYohk, Aug. 27. Tho fact has been
establlshetl that George A. Harth, of
Newark, who was supposed to havo been
lost In th Park place disaster, sent tho
nntien of his death to the Newark nows-
Sapers himself, In order that ho might
eeert his wife and family and throw tho
police of that city oft the scent in an
action against him for robbing nn express
wagon of till.
Busineaa Men I'lgbt a Duel.
I.rrTt.t! Roce. Ark.. Aug. 27. Walter
Lomax and Al Morgan, promlnont busi
ness men and politicians of North Arkan
sas, fought a desperate duel early in the
morning with revolvers. Lomax was in
sfnntiir hilled and Moreen wounded. Tho
tragedy resulted from a quarrel said to
have grown out oi remaras mauo uui(ji-
tory to Morgan's business relations.
Vermont Approprlutca 613,000.
MosTr-EWER. VL. Aug. 27. A bill wns
passed by tho Houso last night nppro
prlating $15,000 for Vermont's exhibit at
tho World's Fair in Chicago.
rwiuiajtvonl rrohtbltloutita.
nAUniiBTTAO, Pa,, Aug, B7. The Pro
htbttlonUts In convention hero noinlnartwl
W. W. Hague for Auditor General and
Qooruu Drayton for Stato Trsasarer.
A Draw After Kleven Inning- llelwee-n
l'lifhulelphli and Clevelyud.
AT CHICAGO.
Chicago If
Brooklyn 1
0 a 0 0
2 10 0
0 3
0 0
0- 0
0 8
Ilntterles-Otimbort and Mcrritt: Lovett and
IClns.ow.
AT riTTSBURG.
Pittsburg 0 0000020 4-0
Dostoa 0 1000000 01
Batteries-Baldwin and Miller; Btaley and
Bennett.
AT CIKOlNNATt.
Cincinnati 1
New York 1
0
0- 1
x- 0
Butteries -Crane ami Harrington; Itusloand
Clark.
AT CLEVELAND.
Cleveland... .0 100020 10004
Phllridclphla.O 100300000 0-4
Onmo called to enablo the Philadelphia
catcu a irmn.
Batteries 0 rubor and Ztmmor; Kiln and
Clmeats.
National League Itcoord.
rtu6. iron, rirt. ct
nuff. n nt. rv)ft. rr'
cnicago...G3 ua
.023 Brooklyn. 40 8:1 .483
Bo6ton 38 42 .580 Cleveland. 47 fid .4!0
New York. 6. 40 ,670 Plttsbmv.40 U3 .Ml
Phlla'phia.52 48 .320 ClncluuutHO OJ .383
American Association Gaiuca.
AT BOSTON.
tlrrtton 1
Milwaukee 3
2 2
0 0
0- 13
1 7
Batteries-O'nrlon and Murphy; Dwycr and
Vaughn.
AT WABUMXaTOS.
Washington 0 0110000 8
BU Louli 0 0000110 it
Came called on account of darkness.
Batteries Carsey and Sutcllffo; Stlvetts and
Boyle.
AT BALTmortE.
Dalttmoro 1
Columbus 3
0 0
0 U
0 e
0 5
Batteries Ilcaly and Itoblnson; Knoll and
Donahue.
AT PmLADELPniA.
Postponed on account of rntn.
American Association Record.
Per
Club. Wim. Zort. Ct
noton-...75 32 .701
St. Loul3..0H 40 .030
Baltimore 57 43 .330
Athletic. 33 30 .513
P-
7no. JTVm. ryt. Ct
Columbus, .50 37 .407
Mllwauk'o.45 50
LOUVU10...37 71
Waah'toD.,.34 03
.433
.313
.31.1
Enstorn Association Games.
AT ALBAXT.
Albany 0 10 10 3
Buffalo 0 0 0 0 0 0
x-4
a- a
Batteries Fricken and Hess; German and
Vfcckbecker.
AT LCTANO.
Iybanon 1
Troy 0
0- 8
0 1
Batteries-Goortn
UoO.ffr Dora n
.H.1 nrit-
s
-
DENVER'S SENSATION.
Tho Arreat of Mine, AMlo Threatens to havo been admitted.
Shako Capitol Hill. T White Squadron will loavo Bar
Denveii, Col., Aug. 87. lime. Astlc, narbor and go to Belfast, Me., on Mon
who has been posing horo as a chiropc-1 day and remain there until Wednesday
rllsfc. was arrested during tho morning I morning, whon they will sail for Bath.
chanted with malpractice on Qertio Har-
rls, aged 16 years, whoso parents live ni
Lincoln, Neb., and Olara Lovick of thli
city.
It is said that tho tho trial will brlnj.
to light things that will shako Capitol
Hill, Denver'B aristocratic residence, tc
tho very foundations, and that soveral
physicians ure Implicated and will bo ar-
alleged that tho mndnrao was do-j
Ing a very extensive business among,
w .-. w : -pi
hich society" people, and tho mentloa
oi wnoso nivmea win oreaw mm
tion.
A Rich runner Hat Threo 'Wives.
Pmsnuno, Aug. 27. A dispatch from
Napoloon, O,, says that Michael Cramer,
a rich farmer near that place, has threo
wives. They all live on a JOO.OOU farm,
and threo houses are used by tho threo
families with ono htad. Cramor brought
bis second wife to tho farm In 1870 and
placed her In u cozy houso ho hail erected
for her. Wifu No. 1 did not object. Ho
was arrostod at tho timo, however, and
tried for bigamy, but escaped on u tech
nicality. In 18B1 he brought his third wlfo
to tho farm. Dor Bomo cause no action
w.-s taken until yostorduy, when thu
county prosecuting attorney completed
an investigation ana prepareu uviueuoo
to lay before the urana jury.
Now nanipeblro Voteruns' Reunion.
LacoNIA, N. H.. Aug. 27. Ten thon
pand people attended tho New Hampshire
Veterans' reunion at Wclrs during tho
day. The exercisos were under tho au
spices of tho G. A. R.. tho Women's Rc
llof Corps nnd the Sons of Veterans.
Speeches were raado by Corporal Tanner,
Col. II. Kyd Douglass, Cant. L. O'Brien
of Connecticut. Judge-Advocate Prince,
Post Commanaor Evans of Massachusetts
and others.
Three Sloro Delegate fo riowor.
WATEitTOwrr, N. Y., Aug. 27. Tho
Democratic Convention for the First As
sembly District, held at Ogdonsburg,
elected James D. Carpenter, James Wells
and Martin O'Brien delegates to the State
Convention. Resolutions were passed en
dorsing the administration of Governor
Hill and the candldaoy of Roswoll P.
Flowor for Governor.
Lumber gnovora on Strike.
Ttmrs'Ai.o. N. Y.. Aug. 87. Ono hnn
flred and seventy-five of the 800 lumber
ehovers nt this port are on Btrike against
tho stevedore system. Thoy held o meet
ing last nlghb and formed an organiza
tion Tho men claim that the stevedores
getB the cream of their labor, while thoy
tato wnat is u;iu
Twelve-Yoar-Old Horse Thief.
Mav'b IiABDrjfo, N. J-, Aug. 27. Tire
youngest horse thief ever known in this
county wots arrewi nummuuwu ouu
Virnnnht to the county loll here. Ha is
but IB yenra of age, and gives his name
as Charles ltrn.it ana nis uorao as AtutO'
tloCity . , L
SWtyllodlcs Thrown Into the Sen by tho
Crew of n 6 1 earner.
Washtkoton, Aug. 87. The Customs
Collector at San Francisco telegraphs that
news has been received that the steamer
Namchow sailed from Singapore with 800
Chinese coolies for the Penang market.
The officers were Chinese with the excep
tion of half a dozen Europeans. While
at sen cholera broke out among the
Chinese. The sick crowded In the cab
ins, where a Presbyterian minister and
one lady passenger had taken refuge.
After a terrible hurricane the cholera
continued to spread, and deaths beoamo
very numerous. At first each victim was
oust into the sea with a bar of pig Iron
In the sack. Soon, howevor, the dead
wore mostly thrown overboard without
ceremony.
The death roll grew alarming, and no
less than sixty bodies were thrown Into
the sen. Tho supercargo had supremo
control and Insisted upon heaving over
board all effects of the dead. Under
threats, tho captain, upon arrival at Sine
aporc, reported only six death to tho
harbor master three from influenza and
threo from "want of opium and general
aculilty."
Many passengers wcro landed, and no
quarantine being declnred, proceeded to
L'enang with the rest of the Infected cargo
and crew. In four days nine cases of
cholera developed In blnguporo, nil traced
to tho steamer Namchow.
When tho Namchow arrived at Singa
pore the health officer was on tho lookout
and sent the vessel Into quarantine.
When tho vessel Is released the captain
and supercargo will bo arrested and placed
on trial in Singapore.
MRS. HOTCHKISS'S GIFT.
Shn Gives 897.1,000 and 75 Acres of lanH
for it Ynlu School.
New Haven, Conn., Aug. 37. Mrs. M.
II. Hotchkiss of Lakcville, Conn., lma pre
sented to tho trusteos of the new Yalo
preparatory school, of which she Is tho
founder, 273,000 in cash.
Of this $75,000 will be expended on tho
building to be erected, and $200,000 will
bo used as an endowment fund for the
support of professors and for current ex
penses. She has also given tho prepara
tory school 73 acres from her estato in
Lakovillo.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
The Minneapolis Exposition bos bean
opened.
The Davis will caso has gone to tho jury
at Butte, Mont.
Tho French fleet has left Portsmouth,
England, for Cherbourg.
VaiTk "(in itirtoW1" "'0 In nfOTii1nnr.
I at the fourteenth annual meeting of tho
Jimerlcan Bar Association In Boston.
1 Ono hundred and sixty new members
1 Tbfi7 will leavo Bath for Portland, Sep-
tembcr 4.
Tho body of Herbert Mapes, tho col
lego athlete, who was drowned at Firo
Island, N. Y.. on Sunday last, while
bathing, has just been found at Water
Island, eight miles east of the Surf Hotel
at Firo Island.
Alfred H. Hlldlck, a well-known im
porter of Now York, committed sulcido
some time during the morning. Two let
ters from a woman named C. Allynson in
wioiiuui u numim uuiuvu u. YllVUSOn IU
Mlddletown. Conn., rlaterl .Tiv on
LAug. iu, wero laying open on his desk,
J. Newton Baker, private secretary to
Col. Robert G. Ingersoll, who was shot at
roton Landing, N. Y.. bv Orvillo
S. Anderson, has recovered sulflclenly to
10 iaKen to mo tJaisxiii Alountalns.
Vhcn leaving for tho mountains he said
e felt as well as ever, but that the bui
lt wound in his arm was somewhat puln
Jl. Weather Indications.
WAsnmaTow, Aug. 37. For Now EngHnat
towers; fair weather; statlonaryltomporature;'
vmer; showers probably Friday.
For Eastern Now Torkt Showers; sllshtly
xrmer; southeasterly winds; probably show
oFrllay.
for Now Jersey: Showers; winds genorally
otoHy; stationary temperature; probably
6iwery Friday.
'or Western Now York and Western Penn
tranla: denci-olly fair weather, except local
ewora In tho mountain dUtrlcU of oostera
I'tlonti; slightly warmer and probably fall
Iduy.
NEW YOUIE SIAIIKSTS.
r.w Yook. Aug, 80. Money on cull easy,
lelng at - and U per cent.
HOND3.
Closing
Yeaterdnr.
Closing
l'o-dan
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4! i881 Coup 100W
4 1907 Iteg I17H
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4 1907 Coup UT
118
bTOCK MAHKET.
Closlnn
Yesterday,
CKllanPuetne tU
Cm Paolllo.... 31U
Cago, llur. A Qulnoy OoU
Dwiiro & ltudaon 12PJ6
1)' Lack. & Western 130
to 33M
l'.pref 57K
I j Shore, UAU
l.u. A Nafh 73)5
M jrim Central 88
MuriPacifio.... , Mi
Ndersey Central H!s
Nqwontern 110(2
Onn Navigation.,,., tn
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OIIAIN JIAHKI3T.
(i opened weak, and did not roar, pjo, U
ml, 7,: Sept. 71; Oct. US.
C-Dull, but ftoudy. No, 2, mixed SS;
SeilH: Oct. 07.
wt-.Uurket oponod weak and did not
ndintll near clo.o whtr tho tone beoamo
germ. No. Si, Ited winter, 111H; BepLlllU
ollMiDeo. JHM. ' '
PnODUCB
Bra
Cmrv. Bt&ta&Fcnn.. extrai.S3 nMSia.
Another tlMtle Hxpcetml Soon In Chill.
ft rcsmviil nKimnrmn lit .'ii'r irii nici
lineiny 11 Ilaa 23,000 Men Under Ilia
Commanrt-A Ills llflnrt to be 3Iude
to Unil the War.
RimLlK, Aug. 87. The subject of wr
lietween France and Germany almost
over-rides the question of famine and mis
erable crops.
The warlike tone of the Kalserslnce his
return from his cruise lias made a deep
Impression, and the belief Is prevalent
lhat hostilities may break out at any ino
Hent on the frontier.
The Kaiser Is said to le even more pro
voked against Franco than when hi
mother visited Paris. The stories of his
bodily Infirmities and of his alleged ex
cesses have angered him very much, al
though he has given no public expression
to his feelings.
The same sentiment, according to a
Rome dispatch, prevails in Italy. That
country has instructed Its legations In
Paris and St. Petersburg to supply tho
home government with constant reports
of military and naval development.
CHILIAN WAR NEW3.
Baltnoccdn Itendy to Attack the llovnlu
tlonlst Army.
Valparaiso, Chill, via Galveston, Tex.,
Aug. 87. In all probability President
Balmuceda will attack tho Insurgent
forces now threatening this city to-morrow,
and government officials and sympa
thizers are confident that ho will crush
them out of existence
It Is impossible to learn of the position
and movements of tho insurgent urmy,
though naturally there ore many rumors
afloat In connection with them.
Tho report that they had taken up ft
strong position on the hills above the race
course at Vina del Mar Is probable. It Is
not improbable also that they had received
somo accession of strength since they
fought theiv way down the coast from
Qulntero Piy, as there is no question that
the revolution has many sympathizers in
the Provinco of Valparaiso.
While the movement of the rebels Is a
good doal n matter of conjecture, thero Is
no doubt that President Ualmaceda has
lost no tlmo in strengthening his position.
Reinforcements havo been constantly ar
riving until now ho has within reach fully
20,000 men.
Ho has established a long lino of do
fence, reaching from Vina del Mar to
Placiiln, and it would bo almost impossi
ble for tho forces nt tho command of
Gen. Canto to break through.
From the condition of affairs hero ami
tho movements of the troops it is gener.U
ly believed to-day that President Balma
coda has almost prepared himself for a
decisive move, and that possibly to-morrow,
and almost certainly within two
days, ho will attack tho revolutionist
army in force and endeavor to end tho war
so fur us it can uo iiuno by a victory or do
feat In front of Valpariso.
Chilian Consul Itcmovod.
Washing-ton, Aug. 27. Tho State De
partment is Informed that President Bal
maceda, of Chill, has removed F. A. Beclon
as Chilian Consul-Gonernl nt New York,
and appointed Charles R. Flint to fill tho
vacancy. Mr. Beclan has represented
Chill at New York for twenty years.
Sympathy with the revolution is given aa
tho reason for the removal.
Struck by u Train.
Nashtja, N. H., Aug. 27. W. H. Cnmp
bell, a well-known paper box manufac
turer, whllo riding In a wagon with his
wifo and daughter across the track of the
Boston & Maine Railroad was struck by a
train shortly before noon. Mrs. Camp
bell was terribly bruised and Is fatally
injured. Mios Campbell was Injured ln-
i ternaiiy nnd her limbs badly bruised. Mr.
I Campbell sustained severe scalp wounds,
j Tho carriage was domollshed and tho
I horse and a dog killed.
Secretary Noblo to Stay.
St. Louis, Aug. 27. All question re
garding tho alloged intention of Secretary
Noblo to resign may bo set ot rest by n
letter just received from him by an intl
mato friend. In this ho says: "I luivo
returned to Washington full of strength
for tho winter's work, nnd will endeavor
to give part of It to getting roady for tho
Chicago Exposition.''
Aecldentully Shot and Killed.
New York, Aug. 27. Joseph O'Brien,
son of tho late John J. O'Brien, tho well
known New York politician, was acci
dentally shot nnd killed at Coney Island
by Joseph Cropsoy, a fellow member of
the Atlantic Rod and Gun Club. Tho full
charge of a shotgun entered tho side ot
young O'Brien's faoe, causing instant
death.
renn llleetcd to Parliament.
London, Aug. 27. Mr. John Penn,
Conservative, was elected at Lewishatn
to the seat In Parliament vacated by Vis
count Lewiskarn, on the promotion of
the latter to the House of Lords, owing
to the death of his father, the Earl of
Dartmouth. Mr. Peun had 4,380 vote,
and Mr. Warmlngton, Liberal, had 2,893.
Another lloyul Scnndui.
IvOxdon, Aug. 27. British society U
scandalized by u statainent made by the
Edinburgh Scotsman that a daughter of
the Prince of Wales was recently seen
lounging ouside the pavilion of the Naval
Exhibition, smoking a cigarette, in full
view of tho crowd. Tho report Is donlod.
Several Collieries rioodert.
PniLADELrnlA, Aug. 27. The collieries
of the Reading Coal Company, In Schuyl
kill Valley, aro flooded us a result ot tin
recent severe storms, and mining has been
seriously interfered with. Several col
lieries havo entirely suspended work.
Dr. Sinclair Pimsraroaaly riL
KTS09TON, Ont, Aug. 27 Dr. Sinclair,
Chief of the Consular Bureau of the United
States U dangerously ill at Hotel Fronts-n&o.
To twt ibis hatiff a Strip of lenthar la a bottle ol
Acidq XUackinff luid lenro It them for a dar or t
month. Take It out and dr and examine it carefully.
Make a similar teet with 1: recoli Drowriog and FaMo
Xllacking,
WolffsflOMEBIacking
Makm any kind of la&Uwr
Waterproof, Soft and Durable.
Change a Fine Table to Walnut.
A Poplar Kitchen Press to Antique Oak.
A Cane Rocker to Mahogany.
rW what can be done with 25C worth of
is, 'i
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Phllndalphl.
I0E SALE IN ALL BTORIS.
IIB1 "3TOTJ
ARK GOING TO
MluHourl, HnllHHrt, ArkHlimiH,
Ti'xm, NebrsKkH, I.ouiHliinn,
Colornlo, Utnli, Ci'lltoriiln,
)r'Kti,'YV'nsliti.Kt on, Mexico,
?Jev Mexico or Arizona,
and win tend me a wtnl e wd
ur letter statlug
Where you are froing,
When you nro going,
Wliro you will start from,
How many there are iu your party.
What freight aud baggage jou have,
I will write you or coll at your houo and
furulsh you with the fullest Information
regsrdlnj route", lowait rates of all
ol tsses, bdildca map, dsoorlptlve and 11
lnt.trated laud pamphlet, resort books,
Hot riprlngg guides, eta.
Cheap Farming Land In Mionrl, Arkan
sas, Kansas and lexas.
J. P. MoCANN. Eastera Trv. Agt.,
W. E. HOYT,
G.E. P. Agt., 301 ISrondwny.Xew York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
A!c my nccnl" for W. f,. Iloueln Shoes.
If not lor sale lu lour plnce null your
h-aler to ncnri for ciitnloctie, necuro tho
uwvuij, ;iu gt'i diem II, r
C2TTAUC SO SUBSTITUTE.
WHY IS THE
Lb DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE CriTLE?rVIEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WOULD FOR THE MONEY?
Itisai'amli'nsli.i wltn no i.ioki nr wax um ad
to hurt Clio fci'i; mnilo ol thi- best lino calr. atvllsli
ami easy, and tin-auw ii'i male mo,v ;.n,- of tM
prtulr titan anu tiwr ma intftutiirer. It C(iuul3 hand-aewo(lah(t-flooHtlni
fri'in i.inj tuS"! 0,
Ef5 till '(.'canine llnnd-Ni-u i-d, the nncrt calC
liu eviT i.tTtTi'd for $5(i enuulit French
llnpoitt'il shoi'd which cost from $!' to 8 Ul '".
8a4 ". Ilau'l-fi'iieil Welt r.lioe, tine calf.
p"T atsllhli, i'.unC..rl.U)loancl durable Tho btMC
ali( ever oiti'ml nt IIlU price I name grade as cus
tom inadH ahoi'4 (.-ostium fn)m arfuj to gy.iO.
Si's SO 1'ollco Mioot Farmers. Hallroad Men
J'', nndLctti-rC'nrriersallweartlieiii; tluocalr.
seanuc-i,Binooti lunlilc. heavy threo aoles, exten
sion edtf". oho .ilr will wear njcar.
ffi5 .10 flue en If) uo hotter shoo ever offered at
TJtiRa this price : ono trial Mill convince thuso
who vaut a nuoy for cuiofort and service.
as uud 8-j.uu Warklnginnn'H shoca
are cry htron nnd durable. Thne who
hnre given them a trial will wenrnooihernmko.
E9ur' S'.OU nnd ll.7.1 school shoes am
""J wura by the hojseverj where; theysull
on their merits, as tho Increasing Kales show.
? soi ,irt it t
ILuiaUlCS Donrfola, very stylish; equaurreoch
iiiipurit-ii BuuescosuiiKTDtll el o1 to Pl . tit,
Lnilleit vs.30, SJ.ttli mid SI. 75 shoe ror
Mlaseaare tho best flno botigola. stylish aud durable.
('nil I ion. See that W. L. Douglas' name aud
price are stamped on the hottori of each stioo.
W. L. DUUULAS, llrocktou, JIaa.
eTooi2i 33 all,
t3Ick rie&dacha and relieve all the troubles fncf
elect to a bilious state of tho system, such 09
Dizziness, Nausea, DrowslneM, Dlatreaa aftec
eating. I'aln In tho Bide, ic. whlla their most
rejcariablo eucceas has been shown In curtca j
SIOK
feea3ache, yot Cartora Llttlo Liver PlUfl am
cqatilly valuable in Constipation, curing and pro
eating thlsaucoylns complaint, vhllo tbeyaha
correct aUdUflurdoreoYthostouiacUjitlmulatotba
liver and regulate tuebowela Kvgq it tliey only
HEAD
Ari v- w- nld be almoatprloeleaato thon wha
bl... ..ottMa dlatruHsing complalu t; bu t f orht
-' r- r-ofdnosBdooanoteudher,andthosa
who ones try them will and those little pills valu
able In ao many ways that they will not be wil
ling tody without them. But after aUslcthaiUl
ACHE
(la the bane of so many lives that horefswhero
IwomiVeoargroit boait. Oar pills oure It whlla
I others do not.
i Cirttr'a utUe Liver rills are very small and
very easy to take. One or two rills mako a dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentle aetion please aU whrj
use them. In viala at 3S cants i live for $1. Bold
by diogglau) everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER WED10INE CO., New York I
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
DIVORCE 8 Cheaply , speedily
qulclly. For desertion, non-support, in
.V..IJ....H.VI, lUDi.'iyi .,u I l.u lieu, WU11UCU
tlal. Blank application for atamp.
llflfue. Ilnniin. I ..1,1
IU Broadway, New York;
TOBl,"- . .JHCItV 11 III.
ICAPJER'S
. (CURE

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