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SHIRKED THE WORK
Shocking Ncgligonco in tlio
Park Placo Search.
NEW YORK'S MAYOR INDIGNANT.
Tho lindins of tho Two Bodies! Yestor
day Creates a Stir.
Work on tho Ruins Resumed nt tho
Mayor's Ordora ami Will Continue! Until
All tho Debris 11ns lleen Removed,
There May Yet Ho Bodies In tho Wreck
age No Moro Delay Now,
New York, Sen. 1. The discovery
yesterday of the ghastly remains of two
moro victims of the terrible disaster on
Park Placo only confirms tlio suspicion
expressed in these dispatches at the time
tho search in tho ruins vats abandoned,
that there were likely more bodies still
under the debris.
Mayor Grant is decidedly nngry nt the
neglect of the proper officials to perform
their work thoroughly, and be has begun
a searching investigation to ilnd out just
who is to blame for permitting the work
to stop before it was positively known
that all the dead hod lieen removed.
The following letter to the acting chief
of the fire department indicates the
mayor's feelings in the matter:
Sir You aro hereby directed forthwith
to rcmovo all tho bodies and debris of tho
Park Place accident. A personal exami
nation has showed mo that all tho bodies
have not been removed. Chnpter COO of
the laws of 1887 makes it tho plain duty
of your department to emply laborers and
material to perform as speedily iib possi
ble tho work nocessary for tho recovery of
tho bodies of tho killed nnd injured.
That your department has not done.
I do no know the reason for this neglect
of tho performance of its duty by your
department, and I ask that a report be
made to mo forthwith nB to tho delay in
tho performance of this work nnd tho
reason that your department fetopped
working before tho bodies were found and
properly removed and before tho ruins
wero thoroughly searched.
Above all, your department should at
once do this work which thu law require.
it to do.
It was a few minutes beforo 11 o'clock,
while four workmen were prodding in
tho debris still lying in tho basement of
tho building, a pllo.of bricks stacked up
ngainst tho inner odgo lossenedand camo
tumbling down about their feet. Tho
fall exposed to view tho rounded top of a
brick arch leading to the collar beneath
the pavemont. It was directly ttnder
Roscnfeld's bronze works at No. 70 Park
place, and ns two other collars to tho
north had been previously cleared, tho
exposed entrance to tho now cellar cre
ated no remark, and tho workmen kept
on throwing thu debris into tho street.
Soon tho doorway was almost cleared
nnd one of tho workmen peered into tho
dark cavern. Tho floor was covcrod knee
deep with bricks, bottles and tin caps.
From tho heap there arose an awful
stench. An examination of tho hole was
About a foot from tho entrance tho legs
of a young man protruded from beneath
a pile of bricks. Tho position of tho bodies
made tho truth maulfest. Some of Hosen
feld's employes, in a dreadful realization
of their fate, had rushed into tho cellar.
They may oven have heard tho whistling
of tho tiro enginos and the activity of tho
brigade on tho street above.
Tho workmen, repelled by the Btench,
beat n retreat, nnd their foreman not be
ing around they told Polico Sergeant
Lamey of their discovery. The sergeant,
to maku positive, went down himself and
looked attho remains. He then dispatched
a message to tho Church Street Station.
From thero word was Bent to Coroner
Tho nows raeantimo had reached tho
mayor's office. Tho mayor, who had all
along entertained a suspicion that more
bodies were in tho ruins nnd paid repeated
visits to the scene, was soon on tho spot.
Going Into tho cellar ho lighted a match
and took in the situation at a glance.
Then he returned to tho City Hall in no
pleasant mood. Ho at once ordered that
work on tho ruins be at onco renewed,
and that it continue until eveiy bit of tho
debris had been removed.
This action on tho part of tho mayor
has had a good effect, and to-day work
men under chargo of tho flro department
are busy clearing away the wreckage.
Ono of tho bodies takon out yesterday,
that of a boy of 17 years, was badly do
composed, and tho undertakers wero un
able to handle it until u pailful of disin
fecting fluid was poured over it.
Tho other body was as badly decom
posed as tho first, and in removing it
from under tho table tho scalp foil off.
It is not nt all unlikoly that other re
mains will yet be found in tho ruins, ns
there are four or Ave persons yet unac
Tho last two victims undoubtedly died
a horrible death, an they woro both im
nrlsoned in a vault where the flro did
not reach, and from tho annearanco of
the remains they wero not crushed or in
jured by the falling ruins.
THE BALMACEDA OF MEXICO.
A Ilovolutlon Sold to Bo Near at Hand
WAsiiiKOTON. Sen. 1. Now that the
Chilian Insurgents have fully succeeded
In ovorthrowning Ualmaceua tho result
will surely hasten tho long browing
rnvnlt. In Mexico, sava a private letter
from an old resident of the City of Mex
ico. He declares that Ulaz is in fact tho
Bnlmaceda of Jlexloo, and that he la
guily of nearly the saino offenses against
human liberty as is Halmaceda.
The letter states that it will not bo
many days before a terious and effec
tive blow will bo struck by tho people
ngainst the dictatorial reign of Diaz.
In furthering his personal interests
Diaz is charged with combining with
foreign capitalists and accepting bribes
from foreign corporations in return for
valuable concessions, While he has bo
come a man of great wealth, ibe people
of his Republic have grown poorer and
l'onnsylviintu Mine Inspector's Ilepnrr.
HazlktoK, Pa., Sep. 1. The annual
report of Mino Inspector John M. Lewis,
just Issued, shows that the total number
of fatal accidents were 63, making 21
widows and oJ orphans. Tho number or
non-fatal accidents was 184, being an in
crease of U fatal una tj non-fatal accidents.
There were mined during the year 6,777,
COO tons of coal, the largest amount ever
mined in the district.
tfighsst of all in Leavening Power.
riifi lr York nnd Chicago Tiny Klesu
Inning Without H Hun.
Chicago 0 000000000 0-0
New York.. 0 000000000 00
Came called on noooivnt of Inrkncms.
llatterlM- Hutchinson and Klttrldge; Itusle
nttsbursr 1 0000900 0-3
I'hllBrtelphlu 1 H10:! 000 x-7
llattcriei King ami Miller t Kcefe and
Clnotnnatl 0 00000210-3
lloston 1 0 1 0 0 0 S 1 x o
llatterles -Ilhines, Mu'.utne and Harrington;
Nichols and Dennett.
Cleveland 0 0000010 18
Urooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Ilntteriea-Oruber and Zlminen Inks aud
National Lcngtio Record.
fTtiS. TIVn. rnjrt t?l nnit trnn. Tsui. CTt
Chlon(ro...00 41 .017 Ilrootlyn.17 00 .450
lloston 01 iit .BUS Clovelaua.4U .W ,4M
Norr Vnrk.u." 43 ,501 llttsbuw.43 0:1 .40U
Vhlla'phta.63 40 .520 ClnclnnatlM Oj ,ua
Aiucrlcaa Association Games
noston 1 0 10 0 S
Loulsrlllo 0 0 0 0 2 2
Callod on account of rain.
Uattcrlos Haddock and Flynn and Murphy;
Btrntton and ltyuu.
Athlctici 0 0002100 0-3
Columbus 0 0100000 0-1
Ilattcrtes-'ChnmberlaJn and MlUigan; Oast
tight und Donahue.
.stlllctto 0 8000001 1-2
Columbus 1 001100003
Butteries Bowman and Cross; Knell and
Dalttmoro 2 0002002 0-0
St, Louis 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 03
Ilattcrlcs McMahon and Itobtnson; McQUl
St. Louis 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0- d
llultlmoro 1 0102000 0-4
Ilattcrlos-Ftlvetts, Eltcljors and Doylo:
Madden and Robinson.
Milwaukee 0 00111B0 0 5
Washington 1 0000000 01
llnttcrlos Davlos and Grimm; Duko and
American Association Record.
CTllbs, iron. fxiC. (?t Cub. TTorr. TsifU fTS
Ro3toa...7a 32 .704 Columbu3..51 03 .451
Bt. Louls.,70 41 .1131 MllwnuVo.40 01 .430
UaltlmorooU 47 .557 LouViilo... .'18 71 -HO
.thletio..57 S3 .523 Wash'ton..3i 00 J47
Eastern Association Gamos.
Albany 0 0303000 x 0
Troy 0 0.,2 0 0 2 0 0 04
flatteries Frlckcn and Hess Bboa, Doran
Lebanon 1 30020000 00
Dutfaio 3 I 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0-0
Called on account of darkness.
llAtterles-Goodoll and McCaffrey; Calllhan
CONNECTICUT NATIONAL GUARD
Highly lralsctl Ity Inspector Howon
lllryclo Bervlao. Commended.
WASnisoiON, Sep. 1. Lieut. William
II. Howon, of the army, who Inspected
the Connecticut National Guard during
its recent encampment, has sent to the
War Department a very complimentary
report, giving tho result of his observa
tions. A novelty of thoencanipment was
n special bicycle service by a corps of First
Regiment men, and t'his featuro is spe
"Tho men were armed," cays Lieuten
ant Howen, "with the Colt's repeating
carbine and with tho revolver. A man
mounted on a bicyclo can go many places
whero it would bo impossible to take a
horse, and it can; bent the flag in sending
messages in nearly every case.
"As a fighting forco it may not bo
favored, but us messengers, patrols and
advance guard, in my opinion, it would
"I would recommend to the seriou s
consideration of tho War Department tho
advisability of experimenting with tho
Of the colored troops, Lieut. Bowon
says: "They wero simply perfect, nnd In
getting through the bush, as demon
strated on guard duty, they exhibited
the traits of Indians, and in scouting ex
hibited an acuteness that was absolutely
l'urely a Social Visit.
Philadelphia, Sep. L Colonel A.
Louden Snowden, Minister to Greece,
who recently visited Bar Harbor, says tho
report that he went to Mr. Blaine at the
instance of President Harrison is untrue.
The question of renominatlon, or polltlos,
has not been discussed by the President
nnd Colonel Snowden, nor by Mr. Blalno
nnd Colonel Snowden. The visit to Mr.
Blaine was purely a social one. Mr.
Blaine's health bad been impaired by
overwork, but ho was now recovering. A
groat improvement could bo noticed.
Tlio Ilurgess Yacht lluslness to Continue.
Boston, Sep, 1. Tho business of Ed
ward Burgess, the well-known yacht de
signer, recently deceased, will bo con
tinued by George A. Stewart and Arthur
Blnnoy, who were for a long timo asso
ciated with Mr. Burgess. Mr. Blnnoy is
a draughtsman, and since 1888 has worked
on tho plans of every yacht designed by
Moro of Canada's Official Scandal.
Ottawa, Ont., Sep. 1. A sensation
has been causod hore over tho report that
there has been eoino very damaging evi
dence secured against Secretary of State
Chapleau, and that It Is more than pro-
11.1. that Li. will Ami bltnSB.lt In Iho
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 7, 1889,
snmo boat with his 'colleague, Sir Hector
Lnnuvin, an exiled politician.
A lilt; Strike 1'rtimlsnl.
Boston, Sep. 1. Chairman Newton
at a meeting of the Boston bHkers, said
that on May 1, 1892 the orgnnteed bakers
allillated with the International Journey
man's linkers' Union will strike from
Maine to California for on increase of
wages and a reduction of the hours of
C. It. & (J. Statement.
IJosTOff, Sep. 1. The July statement
01 the Chicago, llurlmgton U Uulnoy, in'
eluding controlled roads, shows gross
earnings, $2,761,401; increase, $40,005.
Net earnings after operative expenses and
One-twelfth of annual charges (estimated
for 1801), J8S10,407; lnoreswe, 838,S07.
THE SEARLES WILL.
Twenty-Ono lllood Relatives Unlto to
OnsAT Barhinoton, Mass., Sep. 1.
That the will of Mrs. Searls-Hopkins will
b vigorously contested Is now nKsurod,
by the action taken by tlio twenty-one
blood relatives of the dead woman who
bavo combined with her adopted son,
Timothy Hopkins, of San Francisco, to
contest her will, on tho ground that un
duo influence was oxerted upon her to
make her husband her sole legatee, uud
It will lie claimed, besides, that she was
not in sound mental condition when sho
executed the will.
Timothy Hopkins, it is said, has ro
fusod an offer of 3.1,000,000 to withdraw
his opposition to the probate of his
adopted mother's will, and will, Sept. 17,
Tho twenty-one relatives reforred to
above, who have already filed notice of
contest in tho probate ofiico in this
city, aro cousins of Mrs. Soarles, named
Hobbard nnd Sherwood. Several of them
nre aged, and none of them Is rich. Many
have been dependent for yeurs upon Mrs.
Searlos's bounty, nnd have In their pos
session written promises of liberal provis
ion in her will.
Nathul Hebbard, ono of tho cousins of
New York, toys that ho can prove n con
spiracy on the part of Mr. Searlos nnd C.
P. Huntington, their object, ho thinks,
being to keep consolidated tho Hopkins
interest in tho Southern Pacific railroad
Mr. Hebbard belloves that Mrs. Searlos
was Irresponsible at tho timo of making
NEWS OFQTHE DAY.
Adolph Huttcnmeyer has been com
misloued postmaster of RIdgowood, N. J.
Herbert Morrissey has been appointed
Collector of Customs at Plymouth, Mass.
Three thousand boomers nro said to bo
arming in Kansas to make a raid on tho
Cherokee strip in October.
Governor Scales, of North Carolina,
continues critically ill, with no percepti
ble change in his condition.
Assistant Secretary Crounzo has de
cided to advertise for a now site for a pub
lic building at Haverhill, Mass.
Eight of tho Sims gang of moonshiners.
who had fled from Alabama after killing
two United states officials, uavo been ur
rested at Do Sotto, Miss.
Justice Adams, in tho Special Term
Court at Rochester, has appointed Fred
W. Smith rocelver for tho Flour City Llfo
Buenos Ayres advices aro to tho effect
that tho Argcntino Republio is opposed to
the wholosalu immigration of Russian
Jews as proposed by Baron Hirseh.
Executions have been issued against
Harvey W. Haverstlck, millur of West
.Lancaster township, l'o., for $22,012.
His assets, it is said, aro sufficient to nay
The Jury in tho Boston Bridgo disaster,
near Statosville, N. C, attribute the ac
cident to train wreckors, and also censuro
tho company for tho unsound condition
of tho bridge.
Flro at Cores, Pa., destroyed tho Os
wayo House, Roberts Bros. ' store, Carter's
House, tho Volley Mail office, Hackett's
drug store and other buildings. Loss
Mortimer Remington, tho great "Chery
Diamond" athlete, has announced that
pressure of business matters will make It
impossible for him to tako in any moro
coutosts on the cinder path.
Tho Treasury Department has decided
that customs officers cannot chargo 10
por cont. additional duty upon merchan
dise remaluluing in a bondod warehouse)
more than one year beforo withdrawn.
John Teemer nnd Hugh Wise, of Tor
onto, have agreed to form a rowing
partnership to row Hanlun and O'Connor
for a big prize to be given for a doublo
skull race to be rowed nt tho Point of
Vinos at a time to be flxed later.
WAsntNOTo.v, Sep. 1. For New Boglsndt
Gensrally fair In the Interior; local showers on
the coast; probably fair and slightly warmer
Wednesday mid probably Thursday.
For Eastern New York: Generally fair In the
southern portion; local showers In the northern
portlou; nearly stationary temperature; warm
and fulr Wednesday.
For Now Jorsey: Fain no decided obange In
temperature; slightly warmer Wediiesduy,
For Western New York and Western Penn
sylvania; Slightly warmer, fair Wednesday,
NEW YORK aiARKRTS.
New York. Aug. 31 Money on coll cosy,
loaning ut 2ii and 3 per cent.
tut. itm iicur loou 1
iUi 1601 Coup 10OU 100!
4 b. 1007 Heir 117M 117
4 s, 11107 Coup iml 110
Canndlan raclno S7 K0M
Central l'ttcitlo,... 31U Mil
Chicago, liur. & Qulney UUI D0!
ttAlawHra 6t lludson. UU 1J4L1
KILLED BY A TRAMP
Tho Brutal Doublo Murdor
TWO MEN NOW UNDER ARREST
Ono of Them ia Believed to B tie
IIo Wacrn With Iliislieiilinsten Wednes
day lml Tlio C'rlmn Siippnsiil to Have
lleen T'omiultted Sunday Morning While
the Old Man Was Gathering l'lru Wood.
How Ills Wife Was Killed.
Hartford, Conn., Sep. L It Is still
believed that the murder of Frederick
Bushenhagen nnd wife nt their home, on
a farm in a secluded spot near llloomtleld,
was the work of a tramp.
About dark Sunday night a neighbor,
while crosIng the farm, noticed one of
Bushenhagcu's cows wandering around
the house. He rapped at the door and, re
ceiving no response, supposed the in
mates were asleep. Returning by the
house ns 0 p.m. he again called, nnd fail
ing to arouse anybody, examined the out
side of tho building and found blood on
u rear doorstep.
He aroused the neighbors and together
they searched the house and fields. There
were blood stains and traces of a scuffle
on the yard fence, and marks in the eHrth
led to the well where the deceased were
It seems probable that tho tragedy oc
curred early Sunday morning, and that
tho murderer was h tramp who slept In
the barn on Saturday night.
It is thought that Bushenhagen found
him there Sunday morning on going out
for fire wood; that a quarrul occurred anil
that the old man was killed by four blows
with n coupling pin, which was found
near tho bam.
The supposition is that the woman ran
out, half dressed, to aid her husband. On
her body there was only a chemise, n skirt
and one stocking. Tho murderer prob
ably deemed it best to Bilence the only
witness of his crime, and seizing a club
ho killed her.
Thero whb no robbery, nnd it is evident
that the murderer did not enter the house.
Sunday residents on the main road
near the scene of the murder say that
they saw a tramp pass towards Hartford.
Ho was a lnrge man, heavily built, with
two weeks growth of beard, wearing over
i.lls nnd a dark coat with an overcoat
thrown over his shoulder.
Bushenhagen was 70 years old, and
served in the 22d Connecticut Regiment.
As ago camo on ho has not been able to
do much on his littlo farm, nud tho
couple wero very poor.
A bank book was found on the tablo in
the house, showing $o0 on deposit In the
Hartford Savings Bank.
Two men were arrested last evening.
One was caught in the town of Bloomfleld
and ono in Windsor. Both answer tho
general description of tho trump.
Tho man arrested in Windsor was n
German nnmed Louis Laucr. Ho said he
formerly know Bushenhagen, but had not
seen him for four years. Ho was released
from jail last Wednesday after 18 months'
confinement, and was seen with Bushen-
lmgcn on Friday. Ho is believed to bo tho
CORBETT ON MITCHELL.
no Is Anqlous nnd Ready to Meet Him nt
Boston, Sep. 1. Jim Corbctt, in nn
Interview last night, denied that thero
wero nny;dilTerences between himself and
Sullivan. Speaking of Mitchell ho said:
"If Mitchell and I meet," ho said, "it
will bo no sprint race. I myself nm
enough cf a sprinter to catch a man In a
"Mitchell's ncceptnnco of my challongo
looks genuino and is a wclcomo feature
of this lighting debate. I am ready to
light him as soon as ho is ready and nt
any place he may select. Thero is noth
ing in my theatrical engagements to
prevent nn early meeting. Tlioy
were mndo with tho express provision
tlint a fight with Slavin or Mitchell,
Mitchell preferred, would not bo interfer
"I shall glvo him no chnnco to back out
of the acceptance when he arrives. As
preferences in the matter I would select
the Granite Club, Hoboken, or tho Olym
pic Club of New Orloans, if the choice
were left to ono. The fight ought to and
probably will corns off at tho club offer
ing tho largest purje."
Chinamen Smuggled In From Cnnnda.
Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 1 It appears
that large numbers of Chinamen are ar
riving In tills country by way of Canada,
The plan of their introduction hore is
peculiar. They reach the towns lying
along the Canadian bonier, and thero is
11 permanent offer of $100 to anyone who
will land them on United Status soil, the
Chinamen themselves taking tho chance
of siifuty after reaching this side. It is
suspected that a numbor of Chinamen
have arrived at points near Charlotte,
leaving the steamer before reaching port
and being takon in small boats thence to
Vermont's Claim Presented.
Washington, Sep. 1. Governor Pago,
for the State, presented to the Treasury
shortly before noon the claim of Vermont
for her share of the direct tax, amounting
to 1178,407. Secretary Proctor aecoui
panied the Governor during his visit to
the different departments.
$23,000,000 4 1-9 lionds to Redeem.
Washington, Sep. 1. Secretary Foster
said this morning that from present indi
cations he would have to redeem about
$86,000,000 4 1-2 per cent, bonds. The
amount so far presented for extentiou is
$23,221, MO, and there are about 13,000,000
of tbefo bonds in the course of prepara
tion for extension.
Movements or Our War Ships.
Washington, Sep. 1. The Navy De
partment has advices that the Portsmouth
has left Plymouth, England, for Madeira,
Spain; tho Squadron of Evolution, liar
Harbor for JtJeuast, Me., and tlio l'ensa
cola, Mare Island navy yard for San
Treasury Statement To-day,
WAsniKQTON, Pep. 1. Tho Treasury
monthly public debt statement to-day
shows thut the cash available for tho re
duction of the publlo dobt has increased
during tho month of August about
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A. J. GALLAGHEE,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, I.eae, Mortgages aud llonrts written
Marriage Uceuw and lgal olalius
promptly attended l.
Real Estate, Collection and losaracce Agency.
General Fire Insurance Ilutlness. ller-rescnts
the Nortuwesletn Lire lusuranceCo.
OPFtrK Mulrlnon' building, corner Centre
and West Sis., Sheunudouh, Fa.
Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale.
1. A two story double lnsir.e dwelling house
s'nieiind restntiinn', O" Kiit i:entre8t
2. A dwelling aud rnoaurum on Kasl Centre'
3. Dosliable rof city on enrnir C Hire and
Jiirdin slree's, kuliable for btislueSH pnr
I. A tfti story double l.ame dwelling, on
6. TwoiMwy Irame dwellings 011 West Cen
6. 'two slory dwelling' ou the corner of
Coal and On est urn streets store room lu
7. Two-tory slnslc. house on North Chestnut
street with a urge warilinute at the rear.
8. Tilt ee two-siory rtoubl frame buildings
corner of Lloyd nnd 1 llbert stieets.
AbIi my iiBPMlM for V,. I Douglnn Shoe.
If not lor snle In jour nlnco null jour
tlcnler to cntl for cntnloauc, secure tho
micncr, anil get ibi-tll for oll.
fir-TAKX NO .SLIIUTlTUTC.
S3 SHOE gentPe.vien
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WOULD TOR THE M0NE1T?
It Is n s.'amle shoe, with uo tacks or wax tlircad
to hurt tlio fcot: mmlo of tho heat tluo cnif, snlliU
nnd eny. nut! bi'nntav uc make more tho,-n of this
tirade than any otltt r manufacturer, It etiuala Laud
tewed shorn eostlnR from $ 1.1)0 to 85,00.
QttZ OOlieiiiitiii' llHiiil-Nrui'ili the finest calf
UfmJm Bhoi' ever ofTi-reil for &YUUi rnuaU trench
Imported shoos which rnt from 8tto$ia.uiJ.
Cftjl ) lluml-MMWfl Welt flmc, lino calf,
P etyllBh, comfortable and durable. 1 ho bec
shoe over offered at this price, i sumo Krado as cuu
torrwnarif bIioch maf Idk from gfi.oo to &),tA.
CfiQ 30 I'ollco Mine) Farmers, Itallroad Men
tJ5uJ und LttterCarrlorsiU! wear them; Ituocalf,
Beam 1 I'M, smooth Inside, heavy threo soles, exten
blon cdrfo. One pair will wear a year.
SffJ 30 flnp cit IT; H-J 1r ttcrtshoe ever offered at
Am thU price; one trial will convince those
who want a shoe for comfort aud service.
(fiQ - und S'J.Ot VorkIitiziimnH shoes
ptim are very stronu end durable. Those who
have Riven them n trial will wear no other make.
Qtrttc' t'J.O() n ml 9173 school shoes arn
L3Jj 3 worn by tho boyseer where; they sell
on their merits, ns the Increasing sales show.
B lAG Ss:iIM Hand eurd shoe, best
fUCili ICO Dongola, very stylish; equals Frencb
imported shoes costing front 81 un to art.ni.
LriIIph '..'. (I, Hint SI. 73 shoo for
Misses nre the best (Inn Uongola. 8tj tlsh and durable,
i 'it tit Ion. See that IV. I,. Douglas natno and
ce aro stamped on the bottom ot each shoe.
W. li. UuUuUAS, Brockton, Mass.
uT oi3o;spIa 3B&.i:i,
'or lOSr or FAILING MAN1TO0D.
Itotwil, nobir flAHt'lrutt-I!rt(ir.-i!. How lo r nlrf 'it
HtrrDKlliaiKiK.I M)t.iL I'l li I t.i, 1 li it l v..r mnr
ibtoluiflT vnrul'.i-f HULK HUAIJUINT- tlrnrSU Ink dir.
Flea tftif j from to Malei nl or tun ( ouolrlrt. Write tbem.
llcitrlptbo Ln. I, titn&tlnant pAiof wUea (i.aU-t jfrvdi
idlrcisEniEMIiDICALCO., BUFFALO, N.Y.
tuck Headache and relieve all the trooblea lnofo
dent to a bilious statoof tho system, suoh oat
Dizziness, Kausea, Diowslnoas, Diatresa after
eating, l'aluia tliofildo, &c. While tbelrmost
roaortablo success has boon shown la cadB3 j
ilsaaAebe. yet Carter's Littlo liver Fills arts
equally valnablo in Constipation, curing and pro
Venting tblsannojlnKcompluint.whllo they also
correct all dlsord orn or t be s tonUM htlmnlalo tha
SWer and regulate the bowels. vonlf theyoslj
Mf irt nitMsdistri,e'lnBconip!aint;butfortU
Xuuoly lueirgooduessdoos noteudhura.and thoea
vho once try thom will fl nd these littlo pills valu
litle In io many ways that they will not bo wil
liug to do without lucm. But after alt a let head
A SHI IE
I Is the bane of so many Uvea that hero is where)
We make our great boast. OarpilUcureUwnlla
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Tills are very small and
very easy to tako. Coo or two rills make a dose.
They aro strictly vegetable ana do not gripe or
purge, hut by uiulr gentle action please all who)
usolhem. InvlalsatliSceuta: livofortl.
by druggists every whore, or sunt by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New YorkI
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
WHY IS THE
W. L, DOUGLAS
TV V OHO EH -Cheaply, opeecllly
JLquletly, For desertion, non-support. In
temperance, Insmiliy Advice rice, connden.
tlsl. lllank application for stamp.
Address ltojiKDT Whitic, Attorney,
HI Broadway, New YorJ?