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Presents In the moit elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OPTUS 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. It i the most cxcellnt remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is Hilious or Constipated so THAT (PURL BLOOD, riErflESHIflQ SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ASK YOUR DHUOG'ST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN rRANCISCO, CAL, 10UISVILIE. KY HEW YORK. N. ft GOLD HEDAL, PARIS, 1878. . Barer &Co.'s from which tho oxcess of oil has Leon removed, is Absolutely 23ure and it in Soluble. Chemicals aro used in Its preparation. It lias more than three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, nntl is therefore fur moro economical, costing less than one cent a ciqi. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily digested, and admirably adapted for invalids as well as for persons in health. Sold by Crocors evorywhoro. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. Blcltne&dacheand relieve all the troubles Inci dent to a bilious state of tho system, suoh aa Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress aftor eating, Pain In tho 81do, ko. While their molt remarkable success has been shown la curing , ileiaache, yet Oarler'a TJttla llvor Mis MO dually valuable In Constipation, curing and pre venting thlsannoylcg complaint, whllo theyelss correct all diaordcrsofthefitoinachtlmiilalo tho ;.vor and regulato tho bowels. Even It they ool? Curoa (Ache they wonld bo almostprlcelesa to thasa who I suffer from this distressing complaint: but fortu nately their goodness doos notend here.and those who once try them will And these littlo pillsvalu inblo In so many ways that they will not bo wit- iluig to ao wituoui mem. (Is the bane of so many lives that herolswhera wemakoourgtcatboiut. Our pills euro it whllo Others do not. i Carter's Little T.lvcr Tills aro very small and 'very easy to take. Oao or two pills makea doso. IThey are strictly veaetable and do not gripe or purge, bat by their gentle action pleasoall who use them. In vials at 25 cents j live for $1. Bclu by druggists everywhere, or sent by mall. CARTER KIHOICINE CO., New York. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SHALL PRICE Bank Counters, Tyler Gystom, Port able Unequnled In Styles, Coot and Finish. ...... 110 rise Catalogue of CentUm, Df.w tit., Illottratea la Cvloni, Root, t'nt Tualare l<atl. Also 'tyier'B uoyai Office De.ka and Type writer Cnbllieta, SOU Htvlpa. ltest and choan- t est on earth, with great reduction In nrtres. ISO t.a calaliiwu Frfe. ro.tige It cl. full IIim of II. .1., ll.alra. Tallin, Hook 4 a.., Cabin.!., Ltfal illank TaijW, nook I ...I iti.o t.bjnei., tic. amaj. la alork. Sort). I work n,.rf to ord.r. Tvi.i;it i)nsicco.,st,.oui.,Mo.,x;.N.A. llilelitalrr'a i:n.U. Dlouead riraaeU ENNYROYAL PSLLS irl final tinl Ufniilne. A MFC J4 r lUiU. i,r it ak SA ru msi ir tu(t 1 1 Dm jTKV motU JtranJ In Itt-J it i. UDir ma&? llioxeJ, -ift.l H L''i 'i -i TRlioVar lai'i for I-. suuioBiula i B t 'II,lrro'l.-H-"."rl'"'i-.brretor CttlrleterCiejatl4 .,i'"dUott square, Dj-auLH i total Drufgl.ia. Breakfast Cocoa No DUiuieraiif i it OK-i 1 Wilunoa fo.uuecuro for tueettoctooc aeii aouo, ESMSESSttt " i. M. CO.. S8B rtaw, fter Ye7k FORGERY THIS TIME Another of John lkrdsloy's Crimes Uneai'thod. HE MADE A FRAUDULENT NOTE. Blgaod the Nams of a Firm Wuioh Was Not in Existence. The 1'ennaylvanla Spnate Continues lea Investigation The Testimony Cannot All llil Printed, Kite tlloHleaslon Woulil X.ast Soveral Months-Determination of the Attorney-General. FlllLAPELruiA, Oct. 23. Another one of John Bardsley's forgeries enme to light yesterday. It Is a note for 3, BOO held by the Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, dated January 31, 1891, showing that Bardsloy carried on his villainy as long as he possibly could. It would seem that ho had been in the habit of forging notes, endorsing and then dis counting them, and then redeeming or extending them when due. This noto is signed with tho name ot F. J. Clamor & Co., and indorsed John Bnrdsley. The Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank discounted it, and now Uardsley being belloved Insolvent and a convict, the supposed makers ot the note have, boon sued. Several years ago there was such a (Inn as F. J. Warner 5c Co., John Hards loy being the company. Ten years ago it dissolved, selling all its good will to tho Elklns Manufacturing Company, Hnrdsley dropping out entirely and Clamer going with the new company. Tho old llrm nnme was the one selected for use by Bardsloy ns being unknown and less likely to cause trouble. Mr. Clamor has already pronounced soveral notes found ns forgeries. The right to sign that llrm name ceased when the Klkins Company came into oxlsteuco. Till! IXVliBTIGATIXCt S1INATK. Not All the Te$ tlmouy Is to bo Printed Tho Kvldenco Itfmtl. IlAnrtimwno, l'a., Oct. 2!1. The Sen ato discussed yesterday for several hours a proposition to ndmit nil tho testimony taken by tho State Treasury and tho Philadelphia Couucllmunio Investi gating Coimnlttoes, which has not be fore been accapte I as eviloncs. Tho Attorney-Genoral stated, as tha result of a conference with the State Printer and Superintendent of 1'ubllc Printing, that if all tho tostlmony was ordered to be printed tho extra session would not end for soveral months. A number of Senators Insisted that unless they knew tho character of the ovidenco given by Auditor-General McCamant and other witnesses in connection with the charges made against that official, thoy would not bo in u position to prop erly pass on it. Finally tho proposition to admit tho largo volume of testimony was modified so as to admit a portion ot it, exclusive ol ;n.tho remarks made by the members of tho. investigating committees, and In this shape it was' adopted. At tho afternoon and night sessions the time of tho Senate was occupied in having the testimony road for the infor mation of tha Senators who were un prepared to decide on tho truthfulness of the cliarges against the Auditor Geuoral, unless supplied with the state ments made by him and others. The original motion to have all this testimony admitted was made by one of woL-amani's counsel, ana the Attorney- uenorai is 01 me opinion mat, us pur- pose was to suut on a lurtuer oxaini nation ot tho Auditor-General, or at least to prevent a repetition ot his evi dence, which has been given throe di four times, without material variation. The Attorney-Goneral is determined, notwithstanding tho action of tho Sen ate, to conduct the examination without regard to tho char actor of much of the evidence. Dofaultlnir Clerks Arrested Baltimoke, Md., Oct. 23. Indictments against thrco clerks in the Treasurer's olllce wero found yestorduy by tho grand jury. Chief Clerk J. II. Schono is charged with embezzlement and forgory, n id Oscar Johnson and Gcorgo Tracy are charged with embezzlement. Schono was at ono time County Treasurer and tho other two are sous ot prominent citizens. All threo wero arrested, but hecured ball promptly. Seorotnry lllalnoln Now York. New York, Oct. 23. Secretary Blaine, accompanied by his wife and his private secretary, arrived in this city last evening.' The party took a carrlngo and drove to tho Fifth Avenue Hotel. Mr. Blaine will remain here for two days before proceeding to Washington. Mr. Blaine walked with a firm stop from the train to, his carriage and seemed to be in as good health us any ordinary person. Trying Hard For a. Divorce. raovJDKNCE, R. I., Oct. 23. For several years the wife of John B. Iler rishL.it, the famous yacht builder has beu'i trying to get a divorce from her husband. She has worked for it in dlli'erent States, but lias not succeeded. Now she tries the same thing in Rhode Islo vl, having filed a bill in which ho files a cross bill. Sensational develop ments aro expected when tho case comes UP- NISWS OP TUB DAV. A disastrous fire has destroyed about half the business portion of Lancas ter, Ky. News comes from Granada, Spain, of fresh and disastrous floods In that pro vince. Philip Herbert Carpenter. M. A.. F. R. S.i the distinguished scientist Is dead at ' - 1 . i.onuon. Fire In T. S. Elklns' meat packing es tablishment at Lancaster, Ky., did $10,000 damage. Secretary of the Treasury Foster made his first speech in tho Ohio campaign last night, at Fludlay. By the explosion of a steam thresher on the farm of Grandln Bros., near May vlllo, N. I)., four men wero killed and two seriously Injured. W. A. Pollock, a traveling man, shot and fatally woundo.1 James Andrews and then sent a ball through his own . lungs at Burlington, la. I Dispatches from overy part ot Great jjrltaln tell ol vastly increasing noons. Vot a distance of thirty mll tho Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOUUTEliy PtfRE PATTISON SCORED. Newspapers of Pennsylvania Oon- deinn His Partisanship, A POLITICAL ADMINISTRATION. Whnt Ktlttors or tho Keystone Stnto Think or tho KfTorts or tho A111 hltioiiR 1' xcoutlvo to Ililnf Illmscir Into I'l-omliieiico 1'or tho Prcsltlonoy. Governor PattisTjn is being sevorely criticised by the editors of Pennsylvania for tho partisanship displayed by him during his present administration. He is accused of scheming for tho presiden tial nomination, and, aided and abetted by Harrity, his political right bower, ho is charged with taking big chances in his recent official uctfl. Hero are somo of tho latest commonts . A Campaign Document, To thoso who were looking for some theatric developments which should cover tho Republicans with confusion and prosago dire defeat for their ticket in November, Governor Puttison's mes sage to tho senate will be extremely dis appointing. There is nothing in the facts submitted with which the public was not already fully acquainted. That Governor Puttison's message wns conceived and issued primarily as a campaign document is seen in the par tisan and misleading sub-headlines which were incorported in official text a s given out for publication, and which the evening papers reproduced as thoy received it. It is not customary for a governor's message to contnin sub-heads which aro in tho nature of comment nnd judgment upon the text, but when a po litical enmpaign is being conducted by a state administration its official utter ances naturally take on tho tono and character of stato committee campaign literature. Philadelphia Press. A Democratic (i.-inio mocked. It was hoped by the Democrats that Renublinnns in thn ennnn wniild Tan forl0lay and for points in tho issue ,lnvn )nafU,,f0,l J for partisan purposes, but Republicans have decided to undertake nothing but ,.u ..uuw Mill. bllVJ.UIIUU lUtCDblUttUUili and as a result the Democrats have not a peg on which to hang n campaign argument. The extra session 1ms al ready proven a failure as a political capital maker for tho Democrats, and none know it better than Governor Pati- Bon and his immediate followers who I planned this little scheme. Easton i i'ree Press. That llnrrity-McCliiio Crowd. With commendable dispatch tho sen ate has hastened to sift the, charges, thereby making nothing of tho political capital which Governor Pattison fancied he could derivo from his move. Tills nlacrity wns unexpected by tho Harrity McClure crowd. It has dissaranged the schemes of the Domocrats, some of whom aro already criticizing the move as one that will react to the injury of their party. Philadelphia Evening news. Hoist on His Own I'otnril. The calling of the sonate, which Gov ernor Pattison and his Democratic ad visers expected would carry dismay to tho Republican party, will wo doubt not givo us the leadership which was neededtoassurotho searchers after tho truth that the Republican nartv cannot be made the cloak of concealment. The weapon forged to wound us will help overcoino our adversaries. Philadel phia North American. A Mean Campaign Trick. The incorporation of head lines in tended for partisan effeot into" a gov ernor's message is a new idea in this state, which it was left for the Demo cratic campaign managers to originate. This attempt to givo a partisan color to an onicui paper is m perfect Harmony wuii me ncnou m calling tno extra ses sion. Norristown Herald. Paulson's Deiiiouriitio Itonr. Tho ass in the lion's skin was not less a success as a masquerader than Gov ernor Pattison as a reformer. The ass' bray betrays him. and the Democratic tones of the governor's roar give him away. liraiuora &tar. STAND BY YOUR GUNS, Republicans or Pennsylvania Must Meet Jin Issue. "A Demooratio victory in this state this year would have far reaching signifi cance," said Congressman O-Neill, of Philadelphia, in discussing the political situation. "Tais is no tidal wave year, and u Republican setback following tho one throughout the country last fall would be without precedent. More over, this is the ove of the presidential cauvass, when the Republicans can rea sonably be counted on to use all prac ticable and legitimate efforts to v,in. A Democratic triumph now would give the Democracy a chance to nay that the state would uo douuttui in 1BU3, and correspondingly depress the Republi licans. "This, of course, would boom Patti son for the presidency. Such claims would be most dangerous outside the borders of Pennsylvania. With ths Keystone stato appearing to falter hti- nmno tne shock to iiopuuncumsm in Kew York, Indian, Ohio, Connecticut and in some pi the fr western states U. & Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889, Bewnre of neonla who do not lovo children ami llowcrs. If You Lovo Your Baby Oivo her Dr. Hand's Oollo Cure. It is ab solutely fnfo and affords relief always Ssmplo bottles gratis at 0. J. McCarthy or J. SI. Milan's drug ftoro. lis euio to got one. A good many housewlfes are busy Willi fall house cleaning. A National Event. The hnldlna- of the World's J-'nlr Inn city scarcely tl ty .vo irs old will be a remarkable event, but whether It will milly benefit this niitlou its much as the discovery ol the Itestnrotive Nervine by Dr Frankllu Miles Is doubtful. This Is just what the American peoi.le need to cure their excessive nervous ness, dyspepsia, headache, dliziness, sleep lessness, ueui'Hliila, ncrvousdcbllliy, dullness, conillMOil 01 nunu, eiu. it acui I'ae a cuarm Trial tnuies aim nue book 011 "Nervous and Heart DI-0"M)s," with uuequal'd testlmoulals, free 111 u 11. tiaueuuvous orugsioio. 11 1 uMrrantfid to contain, no opium, moiphlne or danyerout tlittgg. The lighter the clothing is thes days, tho heavier the cold. Mile ierve and Llvor Pills new principle regulating tho eh and bowels fnrouyi ( nerve). tverv. Dr. Miles' IMUs sneedlly Act on elite biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, pilee, oonstlpatkm. Uuequaled lor men, winun, ohlldren. (smallest, mildest, surest! Sldimes, acta. Samples Free, at O. II. llagemmrn's rni( store. Nature wears a more fall like ap- pearance now than a week ago. Romarkable FnotB. Heart dlxense Is u-uully Kiioposed to be In curable, bin when pnperiy treated a large roportion ol cases i nti b cured, 'lliusftlis. liuim Hamii. or Blkhart. Itul.. uud Mr. Mary U. Halter, ol Ovid, Allch., were cured alter Mille-lng 20 yeais H. O. l.lubur er. U'Bini ..111 .1 li,., r.i,oin.iii.i, .... .un riew tienri unre, which enrea ine inriiier, 'worked wonders lor his wife." Levi l ogan, of Iluclnnan, Mich., who hadheartdiht-n.se lor 30 years, s.iys two bnttlos innuo hlin "teel like a low man." dir. Miles' New Heart Cute ISMddand guiiranteoa by''. II fluuenoiioh tho druggist. Hook or wouderful tesliiuoiiiuls free. mi. .. .....i.,ii., i,n.ii to nf uatuial wood that sheds a violet odor. on,- Wliat a Cough. i Will vouheed the wa-uluiT The bltmnl tier- haps of the t.ure approicli of that more ter rible disease. Coubiunptlon. Ask yourselves If you cauatlord Tor the (.alte of saving 50 ivnto. tn run 11m Hair unci fin nnlhlii'r for lt We know frora experience mat xuiioii s uurs wmuuro your uuugii. n never iaus. xuis were sum me pdfil year, it, relieves uruup and Whopplnc Cough at onco. Mothers do not be without It. For Lame Ilac.t, Hide or Chest, use Billion's Porous Piaster. Bold by ji. nngennucu, -n. su. corner jiuiu uuu Lloyd streela. Tho telephono girl returns more "calls" than the most popular society laUy. Specimen Oases. S. II. Clifford. Now Cussel. Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia uud llhcnm.itlMii, his Mtomach was disordered, his I.lver was at le.Hed to mi ularmliiE degree. AppoMto fell i) wkv. and he was terribly reduced In HbsIi aid strength. Ihreo bottles of Electric Hit ters cnreil him. Edward Hheoherd. Harr sbiinr.i l. had a running fcorooti Ills loj of e gut. years' ataud log. UhOd thrco bottlos of Eleotrlo Ilimrs anil foven boxts ol Biioslen's Arnica Halte, and his leg Is sound and well. John Bpeuker, Cat iwba, O., had dvo largo Knver sores on his leg, d-Klur tald ho was Incurable. Uuu bot tle Eloctrle Uttters and ono box Ihtcklen's Arnica Balve cured lilm entirely. Bold by O. II. llageubucli, Druggist. An overcoat on tho back on a frosty moruiug is worth two in the moth proof chest. Father Pablo Juarez Talks Don Itunon Alva. Dear Blr: I have the BHtlbfUcllcn of Informing you that tho Cactus mnoa uiiro, oi win it you are liio owner, mis produced the most w mderfut results lor a Irlend of initio who has sull'ered from her petic eruption, nnd I consider your euro a rigeneraior without aniqual. In tho name of my Irlend I thank you sincerely, and be atiro I will recommend your valuable medi cine, as 1 have ag tin seen its results. Yours truly, It V. PABLO JUAUEZ. Bold at Klrllu's Drug Blore'eruuson House Block, Bhenandoau, The country Is simply loaded down witli apples this season, and the cider mill is busy. Shlloh's Consumption Ouro. This is beyond question the most sno .'esxlul Cough Medicine we have ever sold, i lew doses Invariably cure tho worst oases of itoagh, Croup, and Bronchitis, while Its won. lerliil suooevs In the cure of Consumption In vlthont a parallel In the history of medicine. 41uco it's tlrst discovery it lias been sold on a uarantee, a test which no other medicine an stand. Ii you have a Cough we earnestly sk you to try it. Prtoe 10 cents, 50 cent, and I1.1KI. If your Lungs are sore. Chest or Hack ami, use Hhlloh's 1'urous Plaster. Bold by J. 11. Hageubuoh, N. K. comer Main and jloyd streets. Man's wishes are not all wants, lie does not need half as much as he prays for. Now Try This, it will cost you nothing and will surely do you good, If you have a Cough, Cold, or any iraunle with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr, Klug's New Discovery lor Consumption, roughs and Oulds Is guaranteed to give re lief, or mouey will be paid back, sull'rers Ir un La Grippe found It Just the thing and under Its use had a iperdy and perfect re covery. Try a lample bottle at our expense and learn fur yourself Just how good n thing it Is. Trial botiies free at O. II. Hsgenbuch's drugstore. Large slzo60o. and fl.OU. Perhaps the scheme to make Hour out of bananas is In -tho nature of retaliation on the banana for lta per sistent eitorts to pulverize tho pedes trian. A Glorious Hoeord. Hlnce the Introduction of the Famous Pan TlnaCougli and Consumption Cure In this vicinity, the deatl rale from Cnnmniptlon Ins decreased wonderfully; It never falls to effect a cure, and Is the bestCouich uiedlolne Try it. Trial bottles free at Klrllu's drug suire. J.AST OF Till! iturrAio. nought nt n fabulous t'rleo by a Million aire llankor. Nbw York, Oct. SB. America has lost ten of the few remaining old-time prai rie buffalo. They were bought at a fabulous price by Mr. Lelaml, tho millionaire banker of Liverpool, lCog. , and are now In this city, whence they sail next Tuesday. The animals are to be placed In Mr. Leland's private park. They aro ac companied by "Buffalo" Jones. S'When Mr. Leland came to ask what he would take for ten of the buffalo," said Mr Jones: "I answered by naming n price which I thought he would "not think of paying, fori wns not anxious to sell. But he wanted buffalo in his park, and that whs all there was about It. Money wns no object. "There will never he another buffalo captured. I doubt it 100 still exist un captured, and these keep in parts of the mountains where no living man could roach them." I.AUOH NOTK9. Over 1,000 mon are members of tho building trades unions of Paris, and yet thoy have no strike fund. The Mozart Musical Orohestra, of New Jersey, has withdrawn from the Central Labor Federation of Hudson County. The bakers of Lowell, Mass., have or ganized, and their new local union has received charter No. 180, of tho Journey men Bakers' International Union. The strongest labor organization in Holland is that of the railroad employes. It has over 40,000 members. Next to it Is the Clgarmakers' Union, with a mem w.hh. of ,,1,mi t 9.1 firm nf whom 2 linn ' ' ' ' are women President Gompern has Issued a circu lar letter to the officers and members of tho Bricklayers and Masons' Interna tional Union, calling upon them to vota for the proposition of joining tho Ameri can Federation of Labor. The Genernl Kxccutive Council ot tho American Federation ot Labor has de cided to take steps to compel tho Penn sylvania Railroad Company to comply with the provisions of the Weokly Pay law recently adopted by the State. To the striking tailors ot Philadelphia tho Kxecutlve Board ot the Journeymen Tailors' Benevolent and Protective Union granted (500 as a loan, but the money Is not to lie uaid over until th matter has been submitted to a vote by the members to-morrow. Now der-ninn Arniv Uniforms. Brums, Oct. 23. The Kaiser has given his sanction to tho changes pro posed by the War Ofllce In the appear nnco and equipment ot the German army. The clnof object sought to be achieved i-tua exchnnge of bright colors that attract the aim of an enemy for hues that will make the soldier n less con spicuous target. White leather nccout- rements aro abolished, nnd tho heavy ?I'lk,el1 hol"-; 3 bearded for llKliter will niino-t eutlroly transform tho up pearance of tha German troops. Casket Factory to Itotnove. RocnESTEK, N. Y, Oct. 23. It Is re- portcu on seemingly goou atuority tuat tho Stein Manufacturing g Uompany ot this city aro about to move their large burial casket and show case works to New York city and that tlio firm of Cliappell, Chase, Maxwoll & Co., ot this city, Oneida nnd Hobokon, N. J., will occupy the Stein plant here. It is Btnted that neither firm will do business in its own nnmo after tho change, but each will act as a branch of the Nutional CuBket Company. AmorlcHii Mlsslonnry Association.' " Cleveland, O., Oct. 23. At tho moot ing of tho American Missionary Asso ciation, the following officers wero elect ed: President, Rev. Will. M. Taylor, New York; Vice-Presidents, A. F. Beh ronds.of Now York; Rov. F. A. Nobio, of Illinois; Kev. Alox. MoKenzie, of Massachusetts; Rev. D. O. Meers, of Massachusetts; Rov. Honry Hopkins, of Missouri; Corresponding Secretary, tho Kev. Al. L. btrioby, ol New York. Wonthcr Imlloatlous. WasniNaTou. Oct. 23. For Now England: Generally fain cooler weather; northwesterly gales. For Eastorn Now York, Fastorn Pennsyl vania, Now Jersey, Maryland and Dols waro: Fulr, except tain on New Jeisey coast; slightly cooluii uorthwustcrly wfnds. For Western Now York and Western l'enn sylvaia: Fair; slightly cooler; northwesterly winds, NEW VOItlC 9IAKKCTS. Nltw Ton.. Oct, 3J. Mouey oa call loanol cesy ut 3 to 3a per cont. IIO.ND9. Closlnir Closlni Yeetordsy. To-duy. 4 s, 1007 Itej ll'l, 100 s, 1U07 coup nan hum STOCK MAHKET. closlnir Closing Yoiterday. 'lo-dny. Canadian raclflo hS, Bh Central l'uciuo Ui S3 LhlcuKO. Bur. jcQulucy UU4 USft Delaware Jc Hudson lafi i M'.'Wj Del. Lack, it Western U3Ji U-H Lrlo 31& Krlo pruf 70 Luke Mime U.MV4 1U1M Louis. Mush IHh 7H)a MlchUun Central Sihuourl l'aultlc 01 OUV4 Now Jersey entml H7fi 117--y Noithwestoill UtiyJ llUSj Ore-'nu Navlffation 7 7Ss4 l'ucitto Mail 3t9'i 3dlj lieadluir -tlL SHi Hook Island HM HMi St Paui 74M 74 4, Union l'aalio SlU 40!a Westein Union Sxti Sh HHAIN MAHKET. Wheat dosed weak, No, - red winter, 101J(i Deo , J4n. 107l. Coruolosu.1 flrra. Nu. 3 mixed, Nor. OiH Deo d if Jan Ml. Outs closed steady. No. Smliod, 80a30t Nov. -Wat Dee. mi- PliOUUCB. IIUTT-ll . . Ciwiuierr, Btato 4 I'oan.. extras. 31 e.a3Ujo. yrugiuiery. western, nrus i aa-io a. Creamery, western, sooonds o.a'4 o. male dairy, a. t, tubs. extres.....d o.a'Jlkd, LllEKoE- Ktute Isctory. full croaTU. Seel, fancy. .OVfalO State fsctory, lull oream, Aug. fancy... UHa'-iJi ruite lactoi.v, full ur. am. line Ua'J'i bta e luotory, full eieiu. good to pi'imuS,aau4 tatu lactpry, comuiou tu lair ,7 aS)4 Eoas j N. Y. Btate. new laid, tier dos..,,31tae.a'.'t c. tenn, new laid 4.c.aol a, Westein & fsortnwesturn, k-ood to prime Hlo.a-3 a Potato as . ereer ltusa perbbl... , 1 0al 73 Dwoec putaiooa, Va choice ,,1 lloal 37 lATB l'OOLTIir bprluir GiiloKutis. chotoo. larare per lb. . al'J bpnug cntasous, prime.... lOttallK owia,Jereoy, btate Pa., pario,. ., 11 allv, Dbisseo I'oui.Tar - Turkera. mixed wetghts. per lb 1 als. Up'u oha'a, l'iula., U at lbs to pair,,.. VJ Ule J 1,000 REWARD flcmo Blackina To test this Iisdk a strip of leathrr In a bottle ot Acme Itlackitia: and leave It there for a day or month. Take It out and dry and piiraino It carefully, ft ki tmUlr tMt with och Droning and 1'uU WollfsflCMEBIacking Mate any kind of leather Wntorproof, Soft nnd Durable. Change a Pine Table to Walnut A Poplar Kitchen Press to Antique Oak. A Cane Rocker to Mahogany. See what can be done with 2BC. worth of & ASA,rr.Tnns:W rnr. WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia, TOR SALE IN ALL STOEIS. 'CACTUS BLOOD CURE. supehiqr to vmm Puritiea tho blooil y ex pelling tli" i'lipm itics tlirougli tlio propt-r c iiiii! els and never causes eruptions on tlio skin. Regulates tho bowels Cure3 dyspepsia, liver and kidney troubles, tono-i up the svs'om and gives you annpp- tito. Never fails o cure any con dition produced by impure or impoverished blood, or a dis ordered stato of stomach, liver or kidnevs. Sold at Klrlin'b Drug Store, Ferguson's Hotel Wock, Shenandoah, Pa, A"-lc my nsents for W. DoiibIuh Shoes. If not lor mill' lit your nliico hmU )our denier to send for ciitilloinic, secure tho ngeney, mill uet Ihct-i lor you. OT TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 4U S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WOULD FOR THE MONEY? It la a i- 'amltMShiio , u it li rm r.u'ksor wnx thread to hurt tlii,' ti't; nuulo uf t'u' hist (Ino calf, ntvltsh mid etiity, nud drcan-c ur tnnkr murr nhoe$ of this tli ad? thtin tin i other manttfat tutet. It equals baud hu.VL'il HhoiM t .iitii)j( fnnn jSJ.i-o ttigTi "0. CSiBZ. 00 (ii'iiiihic llHiul-nnttMl, tho finest calf Ps?m hIkki vvr tifTiTcil fur U-Vnij equals Freucti Imported .lines which en, from tjts.into 1J()0. crL T('i( riine, line cair, wVm 8t Huh. .'oinforrjiMi1 and durable. The best Bhoe ever otTend at tills price j snino rado as cus l iii ii-ui. it it nut i-tisi i un i rum pn.mt v .a: GC3p 50 INiliec Mhici 1 anncrrt. Kalln ad Men ulvi uud l.eiu-r( un irrriiill wear tlit-m. tlnecalf. Sean i It -H-, Mitdotfi lnMt. heavy threo oles, cxten- mou eujre. vnin pair win wearaear. i0 fliu calf i no better boe ever offered nt 9M thlt price; mie trial will cmiviuco thoso who want a shoo for com fort and nervlce. -' isOi) VirkiiiuitinnH shoes vBama iirft verv Hfi-finu- niiil iliinihli '1 hnsn wlui liuo glen (hetti n trial will wear no other make. UfHiV t ' IMHI 1.7 sellout e i iocs oro DUIO worn by the hofieen where; they Bell on their merits, a- the Inereaslun Rales show. I &r$ nc ftlliOO IlamUMCutMl shoo, best bWClKvfi Ivo JiotiKola, er Htyllsh: eiiualsFrcuch Imported shoes c(it.tlm;fi mi t-t t -.u.t. LiuHch' -..-,(, 'J.(IO and SI. 7.1 fihoo for SIlfcKesaro tho bt-st line DougoU. htIKh and durable. Caiillon. tSce that W. L. Uouglai name and prk') uiostauiiied on the iKittom of each shoo, W. h. LtOUUI-Va, liroektou, llass. DO YOU WANT A GOOD FIT ? unU well miide, falilonable clothes? If m, call on w. jr. Jacobs, Fashionable Custom Tailor, 8 South Jnrtlin Street, Slicnantloali. Call and see samples of the latest goods and the styles. Good workmanship, promptness nud lair prices. DR. THEEL, 538 KPffllf? ihu onlj itnulno litniiaii Amvrleu SHcl.Ut In "c ulb-d 8tt -bo U line w w Blood Poison, NarvQUs Debility Spc oial OIaws mx, Kktu IHnsw. RtA 8iu rloi la U iMUM.SoroThrout Moutht p!.,tiho, Pinij'lc ruptioui, tofl or bm4 I iMri Bvvttlnui, IrrlttiUtwi, InlliuiiuUoui ni HuddIbii. wr loit mnwr wttk hmc)t toenttl inilctr, Kl.toy a PlilitT IHMMVI Mltl U PiMMKd pkUtttPI ,X' ''' lu.llTfUon or Ontwurk. Iteotnt cum cwrM In 10 talwr at oat Io nm Inw hope, no mUier ht UUoc Wtwtor. QuMlf, Vmilr or HtwpHftl Phleln Iim tu.eA. Dr. THKkL eir positively ' hout dftentlou Ircni bQlDeU. OtD. TnunO, MtttDLI MID AMD THCIt C Htl4ri.4Tl nattHiAow ri-h nr poor, umil ic tuni ftr tlQOK 'TRUTH' oI-in Q.u!lui owl-r vtn UUmonltl. HiKtiw, rtollr from 0 Ifl S. F'm 6 tn t M'M. o4 B-L !' ItolO ftantltf 8 mi 11. Wrtw nr tll -od b Td. for lUftrtBtMi Woda. 84taM fbUo. dmllj Tlm A MESH0W If you want to see a line display of Hoots nnd Hhoos, go to V, S. SNYDER'S Boot and Shoe Store, (Masquer's old stand,) Corner Coal and .Intillii Hits. m HI I 111 H W-rT WHY IS THE W L. DOUGLAS Custom Work nntl ItepnirliiK Done In the b t tyle.