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THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE
FIGSJ OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the iiedicma!
virtues of plants 'known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming ati 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 is the tnokt cxcelltnt tehledy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUAlU
When one is Uiliout or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, ,lEFREBMlHQ SLEEP;
HEALTH and OTRENQTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR ORUQQ'ST FOR
MANUFACTURER ONLY DY
' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
tOUISVILU. KV NEW YORK. N. t.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1873.
I. Baker & Co.'s
itpm which tho oxcess of
oil has been removed, Is
and it. is Soluble.
No Chemicals r
aro used iu Its preparalioir.'' It has
more than tfcee times the strength ox
Cocoa mixcit wiui'siarcli, .Airrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far moro
ico'n'oniical, cosliiXg' Uss than one cent
a cup. It ia delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily dioested,
and admirably adapted for Invalids
as well as for persona In health.
Sold by Crocors ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
' Nearly every pattern of Horse
Blanket is imitated in color and
style. In most cases the imitation
looksrjusbas rjood as the frenuine,
Gut it hti'sn't the tvd-p threads, and
so lacks strength, and while it sells
for only a little less than the genu
ine it isn't worth one-half asmuch.
The fact that . Horse Blankets
. are copied is strong 'evidence
that they are THE STANDARD,
' and every buyer should see that
, Mhe -l .trade mark is sewed on
(fhe. msiqe of the Blanket,
...ARE THE STRONGEST.
100 6,'A STYLES
at prices to suit every body. If you can't get
them from your dealer, write us. Ask fot
the 5i)llabk ' Yoll .cVn, gel, it without charge.
WM, AYRES & SONS, Philadelphia,
Bank Counters, Tyler Systom, Port
able, Unoqunlocl In Stylos,
Cost and Finish. , ,
lSO(rag Ctttloiiia or ConV.r., b.U etc., lUattrsttd in
Color. ItvuXl, 'rvn ToiUl li CtaU.
Also 'l'yier'B jsoyui
onire l)c.u nnd Type
wrller Cnliluet. HO
HtylPi. llest nnd cheap
I est on canb, with great
reduction in prices.
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puulKtied by apodal arrangement with thcni.)
Mr Philips, of the firm of Phipps &
Iloilee, thu Dnnbnry undertakers, was
pitting in Ida shop Suturdrfy afternoon,
nthrinntlng- gloomily4 upon the dull-
imin, when the door opened and in
came a stranger. The visitor was a sllin
fucoti mnn, dressed lit it dun colored suit
of nither tight fitting clothes. He looked
clear around tho room, carefully avoiA-
lug a glauco at the undertaker uutil the
circuit witH completed.
Uien he looked curiously at htm ana
"ls the boss inT-
"Yes, sin I'm one of them. Is there
anything I can do for you, sir?"
"Well, that 11 depend on how we kin
deal, t reckon," replied tho stranger in a
tone of suuaueo.'. shrewdness. "I have
just had to shoulder u pretty heavy ntlUc
tion. Jly old woman wtjut under yes
terday." tie paused and looked inter
rogiitlvely over tho array of coffins and
"Your wife Is dead?"- Inquired Mr.
Phipps, with professional anxiety.
You vo hit It square, boss, replied
the stranger with an approving nod.
"What - timo 'yesterduy did tho sad
About 5 p. in., as near as wo kin
"Pass away peacefully?"
"Lit ont without a groan," explained
the bereaved, "She'd been sick, off an
on, fbr about two' years an'bettcr. Not
right down sick all that time! but then
don t think she done n sqhare day a
work in two years. It's been a great ex
pense all through; but I don't complain,
howsumever. I cauio in today to see
about lixin her up."
An, yesi ion wish to secure a ourtal
case. Wo have, ns you see, various
kinds. Yon will want something rather
nice, I fancy?" said Mr. Phipps.
"Well, yes; I want something that
will show considerable grief an sorrer,
but nothin that's going to upset folkB,
ydu bnoVv.f VVoJtire plain people, boss,
aij at tlirifi like this, with a great af
fliction shouldered' on ua, we don't feel
Uko riling up the neighbors. If it was a
huskln bee, ndw.'or ab:trn. raisin even,
I'd calculate' to malte their OJ'eS pranco
riut uiuuiiu ui lueir ueuus, uui,, auu no
sighed heavily, "this is a hosa of another
"How wouldiithia Hot' suggested Mr.
Phipps, indicating a plain rosewood.
, J What's 'the pricerjr' that?- Yon see,
'boss, wo" live over in Baxter Plain. It's
a Small place, nn there ain't much stylo.
Wo don't want to go in. too heavy, you
"Certainly not, bnt this la a rattier
neat looking article."
"Yes," coincided tho widower, "it does
eeeinas if one needn't feel urfeasywith
that coffin in the front room, nn the room
full of people."
'''I can let yon have that for forty-five
"Jee Oh, I couldn't think of pay
ing that!. Forty-five dollars! why, you
kin ge't a wagon in two colors for that
i 1 ... , .t ,...,. 1 1 '
money. Yon see, boss, this is n plain
country funeral, an not a torchlight
procession ." feelingly explained ie wid-
Tf5 11, . . . . x, .
"How will this dq thenr next In-1
quired the undertaker, 'hastily pointing
to another article, of common wood, ,
'"How innch is that?",
"Only eighteen dollars." .
"Eighteen dollars, hey? Well, that's
much "more 1)1160. ft Jllou!t h t strike
you unit eighteen dollars is pretty steep
for these fimeb?"
"Not for an article like that, Bir. I (
can assure you that such a coffin could
not have been bought for a' cent less than
tweqty-two dollars one year ago."
, :It inay be cheap, as yon say," rumi
nated the bereaved. "Yet eighteen 'dol
lars is a good big pile of money. I want.
BohietliTng nice, of fcpnfse; but I don't
wftntVo jump in o' mifihtyMieavy as to
make people think I never had a funeral
befora Yon get what I mean?" 1
"Now, this is an article that just, un
awers the purpose, in my judgment;ttnd
I have had years of experience." '
"Yes, yes. Yon must 'av' tncked in a
heap of em," Bald the stranger in n tone
of unqualified respect. "This is a sound
one I Buppose." he continued, tapping
the sides.' '
"Perfectly bo; we use the verybes
kinds of wood," explained Mr. Phipp3.
"Just see hero a minute," exclaimed
the stranger, suddenly and impressively
drawing the nndertaker to ono ids,
"You say that coffin is Bound ea a nut,
an you want eighteen dollars fdr it.
Now, I want you to understand thera
nin't anything small about me, an that
I've got just as much respect for th
dead na tiny other man living, I don't
care where you Bnako him from. BuS
winter is coming on, you know, an wo
owe n little to the living as well. That's
a sound coffin, nn a sound coffin doe J
well enough In the right place, yon
know; but I want to ask you, as a man
of experience in these things, nn under
standing what griof is, if yon ain't got a
box of that pattern that's got some sort
of a defect in tha wood, which'you could
knock off a little on."
"I haven't, sir."
"Just think a mlnit, please," he anx
lously resumed. "Nothing a little ro
The undertaker shook his head.
"With a wormhole or bo in I don't
mind a dozen," suggested the sorrowing
"Or n little sappy? Don't answer too
quick; take time. Just a little sappy
where it wouldn't be seen by tho public,
"1 haven't such a piece of wood Jn the
establishment' ' We use' nous that is' Im
perfect." "Eighteen dollars It is, then?" sighed
"Yea, bir."' ...
"I must tako It. 1 fsnnnose." he ob
served. "But when the- neighbors see
that coffin they'll swear that old J
has struck a gold mine. Now, mark my
words.1' And he passed gloomily out
1 J, M. Uajijsv.
rtighcstfof all in Leavening rower,
A GREAT MAGAZINE.
Tho Oontury'a Programmo 1802
A New "Llfe Of Oolumbua."
Thatitreat American periodical, The Cen
tury, Is going to outdo Its own unrivaled re
cord In Its programme for 1S92, and as many
of Its new leiturei begin with the November
number, now. leaders should copinvsnce with
that hum. In this number nre the opqnjiig
chapters ot ,Naulahka,",la noveliby llntfSrd
Kipling, the author of 'l'laln tales frAtrfothe
Uills," written In colt iboriiTTd"ir'(Ui "an
American writer, Wolcott Uatcstler.'lt'ls the
sto-y of a young man and a young woman
from a "booming" Colorado towu, wh'igoto
India, ho In s nrchofix wonderful Jeweled
necklace, called "tho Naulahka" (from which
the story takcS'llS namo), and she as a pbysl.
clan to women. Tho novel describes th-lr
remarkable adventures at the court of an
Indlanmnharajab. Besides this, The Century
will print three other novels during tho year,
and a great number ot short stories by the
beit American Btory writers.
The well-known humorist Kdjrar W. Nyo
("Hill Nye ') Is" to write" a series of amusing
sketches which ho calls his "autobiographies '
tho first of which, ''The; Autobiography or a
Justice ol tho Peace," Is In November. This
number also con'tnlnsa valuable and sugg's
tlvo article on "Tho Food Supply of tile
Fuluto," which evry farmer should read, to
bo followed by ft number of o'hes of great
practical value, to Jarmrj', tfeitltg especially
of the relations of the Government to the
la'mer, what it Is doing and what It should
tins series win inciuue contrioutiops
from olllcers of, the Department of Agrlcul
lure, nud other well-known men will discuss
"The Farmerif Discontent," "Cooperation,"
eta, etc. i r . , , ,
' A'celsbratcd Spanish wrller is .to furnish a
"Life ol Columbus !' which will bo brilliantly
Illustrated, and' the publishers of The Century
have nrrnmrol with the maunrers of tho
... . . . . . . ... .. . .,
World's Filr to print articles on the build
ings, etc. One of tho novels to appear lnl$02
is a story of New York 1 lib by tho author of
'The Augloraanlac"," nnd the magazlno will
contain a great deal about the metrop jlls dlir
lng the year among other things a eerie, of
Illustrated articles on "Tho Jews In New
York " In November Is an II ustrtted de
scrlpl Ion of the "Players' Club," founded by
I Edwin Booth, and ooe ol the features of the
I splendidly Illustrated Christmas (December)
number Is an article on "1 he Bowery."
To get TVie Century seud the yearly subscrip
tion price ($l.(rh to The Cenury Co., Union
Hqua 0, Now Yolk, N, Y
The Thanksgiving turkey is now as
suming ultlerniunio proportions.
Our merchants have already 'begun
fixing up for Christmas.
An 'Aotreit Madly Hurt. t
CoilOEf, N. Y., Nov. 20. Mary ,Os
borne, sucondi leaUTiisr latly nf ' tha
"JNiooe- company, piaying nere, wiiiu
last evening was struck by a passongei
traln aml thrown twenty foot to oni
ide of the track. She was plclcud ui
and taken to the Miller House where il
was found that she had hail three rlbi
broken and received a severo'scalp wound
and Internal iujurius. Dr. Mitchell, whe
is attending her, says she will recover.
The 81tnrehuldera are K
GheejiTield, Mass., Nov.
excitement prav.tlls aumn- the share
holders of tlio'Or.ler of-tin lining Sin
in Florence, Athol, Orango, Northamp
ton, South Deerlluld, lir.tttlaboro and
other points over the illsuppjaranco from
Lowell of Treasurer Smith, Most of
the interest in the Order in tham places
,was about two th'.rds paid.
J)ollhl9 Scull II CO
Toronto, Ont, Nov.
20. A double
soull race of three miles with a turn,
was arrange last uijht botu-eeu Teomer,
Hosmor, O'Connor and Hantan. Tho
stakos will be l,uuu aside, and the race
will take placj the latter part of next
Way or tho urn part oc June at some
place to ba decided on later.
Driver and rnsKaUcjrr'KUWri.
Buffalo, Nov. 20. A 'bus eontatn
lng two passengers bsstdes the driver,
was struck by the West shore nasseuger
train at the Soneca Streit crossing about
7 o'clock last night. Iho driver was
iustantly killed au I one. of the passen
gers fatally Injured.
The next largo gathering In towu
will be tlio nuutial leaclitrs' lii-tltute
Our met chants will soon be display,
lng their holiday - ook.
It Cinei CoUi.Oovrbt.SoreThroat.CrotipJnflneBxa,
Yhoopinc Cough. Bronchitis tad Aithma. i. certila
urn for Con tump t ion la fint lUtrut, ml ft aurt rII( I
nlvmeed tUgei. V t do. You will set tbofx
sUint efft after Uklne ; th first dejae. Wl 17
ditto" TerrwiW, Lu WtUw, 60 taU and 14.00.
Ennllv. OuloUiv. Pormnnentlv Restored
Vckuea, Aervoukneiii Jlebllltr and all
tha tram of evils t rem earlr errors or litter excesses
tho results of ov error k, sickness, worryi etc. Full
irtrength, development, and tono pi yen to every
organ and port loo ot the body. Hi tuple, natural
methods. Immediate improvement seen. Failure
Impossible, 2,UK references, llonfc, explanation!
ua prooia luaiieu nuaieui ireo. JiuureKS
KRIE MEDIOAL CO., UUFFALO, N. Y
TJ. & Gov't Report, Aug. if, 1889,
Four Years for Mnnalaucht.r.
Wilminotos, Del., Nov. 20. Howard
Cooling, who killed his wife on Sopt. 20,
by striking lior on the head with n mus
tard bottlo, and who pleaded guilty to
manslaughter, wai sentenced to four
Jjjlght of the ten members of John
Masters family at Mertztown are down
With typhoid fever.
A man disguised as a Woman In black
has been terrifying women at Tnylbrs
vllle and Old Forge. .
The balance of the State's $.5,000,000
loan, reimbursable la 1802, has been
paid off since Nov. 1.
Allentown's Council killed the ordin
ance permitting lie Lehigh Valley Rail
road to belt the city ami cross forty
streets a,t grade.
Madge Irwin and a female companion
got away with S3,00J vorth.Qf diamonds
borrowed from John Markowitz, Pitts
burg, to wear to a party.
Servo Your Baby a Good Turn
By sending to J. M. llillan or J. .1. Mc
Carthy, tho drui?Ut,. for a free sample
huttlo of Dr. Hand's Oolic Oaro. It
instantly cures colio painy and h froo from
A garalo of Hour and Water is
exeeUeut.remedy for dlplttheria.
Will Bo Givou A-way.
OureuterorUlnzdrus'rlst O. II. llaireubueh
whooirrles tho llncsl 8toe.it ofdrus, pei-
umeries. toll-t articles, brushes, sponges. no .
Is giving away a largo number of trial bottles
or ur. Allies ceieuraiei itesioraiive werviue,
llrt iruarautes It to cnr headache, dizziness,
nervous prostration, sleenlessnoss. tho lit
effects of snlrlts. tobacco. 1 mflee. etc. UrU
gists sty 11 is me greatest seuer iney ever
uiihv. nnd Is nnlvnr, ullv kitll&rnetorv. TheV
als'd KOarantee Ur. Mllesi-New Hairfuro In
uu cases 01 n'rvnus or orcanic ueri. uiaojso,
n imuHuun, pain iu hiuj, Hinuiit mi, t:tu.
Fine book on "Nervous and Ho irt Diseases'
The wind U brlntrliivr down the re-
msiuueroi tue leaves.
Mlloa' Korvo ana Llvor Pllla
i.ct on a new nrlnclnle rcizulatlnir the
liver, stomach ana bowe s throuahthe neniei.
A new discovery. Dt, "Miles' Fills speedily
ouie blllousnesa, bad taste, torpid liver, piles,
oonstlpatlnn. Unequaled lor men, women,
snuuren. umauest. muiiest.BureHii ojaofies.
ict8. .Samples Free, at C. II. Uueenbuch's
Tlilnltlnsr Isn't tho easiest kind of
work but It pays the best.
Tho Greatost Strike.
Amomrthe urait strikes, that of Or. Miles
In discovering tils New Ile.irb Cure has
provou 1 self to be one of the moHtlmonrtant.
ineuemanaior il uas oecono asionisning,
Already the treatment nf heirt disrate Is be
ing revolutionized, and many unexpected
cures enacted. It noon relievos short breath,
fluttering, pains In side, arm, shoulder, wea'c
and hungry spells, oppression, swelling of
auicles, b uolherlng and heart dropsy, Ur.
Miles book on ueari and Nervous uiseases,
free. The unequaled New Ileirt Cure Is sold
au'i guaranteed byO. II. Ilnsoubuch.tho drug
gist, also his ltestorailve Nervlue for head,
ache, fl's, sprees, hot flashos, nervous c . Ills,
opium habit, etc,
Cultivate the kind of hen's that lay
when' eggs are high.
Oh, What a Oough.
Will you heed the warning? The signal per
apsot tbnsureiiDuroach of that more ter
rible disease. Conauniptlon. Ask yourselves
If you can allord for the sake of saving 50
ents, to run tue risKanu no notuing iorit.
Wo know from experience that Shllon'g Curs
till Cure your Cough. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million Uottles
vere sold the past year. It relieves Croup
tod Whopping Uongh at once Mothers do
not be wltho it It. Kor Lume Bacx. 81de or
Chest, useHhlloh's Porous I'laster. Sold by
C. II. Ilagenbuc.h, N. U. corner Main and
i.toyd slreem. , j ,
The barklngtlogne,yer bites ,tt Jeaat
while lie la burking.
Shlloh's Consumption Ouro.
This Is beyond question the most suo
tesstul Oough Medicine we have ever sold,
few doses Invariably cure the wopst cases of
OiiRh.Urnup, and Bronchitis, while Us won
lorful success In the cure of Consumption Is
vltbout a parallel In the history of medicine,
ilnce It's first discovery It has been sold on a
(uarantee, a lest which no other medicine
an stand. It you have a Cough we earnostly
tsk yon to try It, 1'rtoe 10 cents, 6D cents, and
'1.(0. If your Lungs are sore. Chest or Back
ame, use Hhlloh's Porous Plaster. Bold by
J. II. llairenbuch, N, K. coruer Main and
He Isn't mnoli of n man who lun't a
The worst danger about noIectlnita Cough
or Cold Is Consumption, we can ussureour
readers that no medicine equals l'au-Tlua
CojcIi and Consumption Curo. Try It. Trli.1
bottles free at Klrlln's drug etore.
Many of thechurohes are now hold
ing successful revival:).-1
A. Parish Priest's Oortiflcato Cer
tified, to by the Archbishop
T. naroo' lal prtwtimd eccIbslasLlcal Judiroof
Ct'laya, 81ule ( (Ju-iuajuato, horby certify
matt kuiw severui people wuo navo ueen
fnrfl b the Caetn ltlood Cure. It radl 'ally
uDdHiIectually UispeU alt linouritlps of tbe
blood. i-'KANCO M. CONOOll V.
The above signature Is tint which lid tites
In all his nuslnews, oalolully aad oihorwlse,
and he Is an old papll of mine.
t i. A., Archbishop of Mexloot
Bold at Klrlln's Drug BtoretKerifusou House
-flock, Mhenando ,
LEATHER andSH0E H1DIKS
3?. J". GLEABY,
Dealer In all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
- Large and ft rst-cluss mock., -
All Demands of the Trade Suppliea
18 W. CENTRE 8T.,
Ferguson House building, SHENANDOAH, PA
TO HOLD A CONVENTION.
The Canfuri. rated Industrial Union
rldr. to Ment F.bruary S3. I
iNDIANAroLis, Intl.. Nov. 20. Yester
day morning was held the mot Import-'
snt meeting that has yet occurred In
connection with the Alliance conven-
tl ms. This was the gathering ot the
Executive Committee ot tho Confeder
ated Industrial Union, composed of the ,
farmers' Alliance, pe runners' mutual i
Ilenenc Association, lAilghta of1 Labor, I
Citizens' Alliance. I'utrdnsT of Hus
bandry, Worklngmen'i Leaghe, and kin
dred organizations, to consult about
calling a convention ot all thess organi
zation, on February 22. I
The committee decided that this con- i
T.ntlou, looking to unity in legislative
demands and political action, shall be
held at some point In the Central States.
"This gathering will be the most im-'
portant that has ever assemble.! la the j
United States," said Chairman Terrell 1
ot the executive committee, "There
will be 18 or 20 organizations repre-
ented; It will not be a meeting for j
political purposes. The union will do-,
clare Its principles, nnd then the politi
cal party that adopts a platform which !
conforms most nearly to our declaration
ot principles will git our votes."
THE OHARQES SOSTAINED.
Mrs. Dodge, of til. Hadpliie Hand Mission, '
Declared Oilllly or bnv.rat l-'ntilta.
Boston, Nov. 20. Mrs. Lizzie A.
Dodge, ot the Helping Uand Mission,
who publicly thrashed Dr. John B. Au-
drews, a local physician, for alleged
slander lat summer, has recently been
summoned to appear before the Wash
ington Street Baptist Society, of which
she ia a member, to auswer to charges
of untruthfulness, profanity and con
duct unbecoming a Christian. Mrs.
Dodge was not apprised of the ldonttty
ot her accusers and sho vigorously ob
jected to what, in her opinion, would be
an unfair and ex-parta arraignment.
Finally Mrs. Dodge, anticipating an
honorable acquittal, was Influenced to
stand trial. It is now officially learned,
however, that tho committee ot Investl-..
gatlon will submit a report which statel
that the ev deucoapp.ars to stistaln the
charges. Ibis report will Drobablv re-
stilt in Mrs. Dodge's expulsion from the
Baptist denomination. Mrs. Dodge's
mission for several years past has been
to lave womon on the road to ruin, dur
ing which time she accomplished much
ltoaton Home Mark.t Club Uauquet.
Boston, Nov. 20. The Home Mivrkoi'
Club's banquet in honor ot the leaden
ot legislation at tho Hotel Vendomi
last night was largely attended. Full;
five hundred members and guests wen
present, artong them being (Jen. W. F.
Draper, who presided; Qov.-elect V,m.
McKinley ot Ohio, Senators Aldrich Unit
Hoar, Hon. Henry Cabot Lodgo, Hon,
Thos. B. Heed, Hon. A. W. Beard, Hon.
Elijah A. Morse, exJUov. Alex. 11. Kce,
ex-uov. ilrackett, lion.
Postmaster Hart and T. Jefferson Cool
ldgo. Messrs. McKinley and Hoar mads
News of Kiufn Iacha.
BsnuN', Nov. 20. News of an authen
tic charaater has been received regard
ing tho movements ot Emln Pacha. It
appears that Kmin penetrated to the
north of tho Albert Edward Nyanza,
south of tho Albert Nyanza, having
strengthened his force by recruiting S
numberot natives who had been soldiers
In the Gorman service. With these ha
encountered and defeated the Arabs, whe
were In considerable force In that re
gion, and actively pursuing the slave
Train Itnlihar Arrested.
Barre, Vt., Nov. 20. Ollvor Curtis
Perry was arrested yesterday at Wash
ington upon tho charge of having robbed
an express car ou tho New York Coutral
Hallroad near Utlca, N. Y., ou Sept. S3
last. The arrest was made by Detective
Hinds ot the Pinkerton Agency, who
has been tracking Parry for soma time,
he having secured a clue through the
pawning of a watch stolen from the ex
press car. Ono thousand dolbirs reward
Is offered for the conviction of the rob
ber. Itarn nnd Itloodmi Stock Burned
DoCtiLAsaviiXE, Pa., Nov. 20.' The
large barn of Daniel K. Flanuery, a
ii . i , ... .
luuo wu ui uru. was uuairuyuu uy nre,
cattle, miiuy of them regUtere.l stock,
this y0iir'?i crops and fanning imple
ments were burned. The carriage house.
tiUT sheds and other buildings con
nected with tho barn were also destroyed.
Th Vale lUeveli Ileudy.
. bTu;v Havbv, Conn,, Nov. 20. Capt.
McCltfng, ot the Ynlo football eleven,
had the team In the field yesterday for
their last practice. Ho workoj them
hard for half an hour, after which he
drilled them in all their tricks and sig
nal's. Special police surrounded the
Held and kept a sharp lookout on all
pussers-hy. No one was allowed to get
even a blrdseye view.
Incendiaries, Take Warning.
Cor.Ti.AJ-D, N. Y., Nov. 20. The barns
on Newton's farm at Homer were de
stroyed yesterday by fire, which was
prou.ibly Binned by tramps. The loss
is $7,600. ThU is tha second Incendiary
fire in the town inside ot two weeks.
The farmers nre very indignant, and
will take measures to prevent any othe
ures in tbe near future.
Orim i Won Iho Hi-he.
New OntRANs, Nov. 80. The light at
the Olympic Athietio Club last night
between Johuule Qrillln nf Oralntree,
Mass., and James Jtrklu ot Jersey City,
N. J., for $8,000, was won by Grlffln lu
the fourth round.
NEW JERSEY JOTTINGS.
Francis L. Teinhroeok has been elect
ed President of the Young Men's lie
publican club of Monmouth County.;
Two Poles who wore crossing thi
Pennsylvania Hull road tracks at Eliza
beth yesterday were struck by anexpresi
Three new cases of smallpox were
tlUcovorod yesterday In the Italian
quarter at New ink, making seven casoil
so far reported.
Eugene Llppeucntt, a church organist
at Camden, was convicted yeatorduy ol
nntyf lug J ltla girls into his oandy itor's
for au fiiiiBorat purpose and fined. j
The Ulen Gardner White Caps', ac
cused of having tarred and feathered
Julia Houm otthat place, were yestenlaj
held for trial after u prellmluury haar
To test this hane a rtrip of Iwthfr fn a botll.oJ
Acni. llliuklDC and liie ft thars lor dr nr
month. rke It out and llrr and M amine It canafullr.
Ulaokta' ut 1,itt "cc Drening and l'aM
Woftf 'sfiC M EBIacking
MakM any kind of laather
Watorproo, Soft nnd Durnblo.
Change a Pine Table to Walnut.
A Poplar Kitchen Press to Antique Oak.
A Cane Rocker to Mahogany.
R what can be done with 2Dc. worth ot
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, PfctLdalphlat.
70B BALE IN ALL ST0RH.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR TO P11U
PuriticH tho blood by ex
pelling tho impuiities through
the proper ctiuiii els and never
causes eruptions on tlio skin.
Regulates tho bowels Cures
, (,. K.'op onrl lrirlnov
(VsPPbm m " aml KlUIiey
troubles, tOlieS UD tbe SVstem
and gives you nnappi tite.
Never fails I o cure any con
dition produced by impure or
impoverished blood, or a dis-
urrhjrcd state of stomach, liver
Sold at Klrlln's Drug Stars,
Ferguson1 s Itottl Mack. Shenaruioah, Pa.
Asu my r
If not for
nernln for Y. 1,. Ilonslnn fshoe.
r nnll, Tin vnilr. ttlnrn mmIc vnnr-
ill-nipr III Ml II (1 , fn I rnlnlnvui,. .arurn fh
III I 111
Alden SDare 'nncncy, nnd uct thrm tar ynu.
.ft-.n nf'l CP-TAItll.NO .S1!1STITUTE.
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY f
It U ft ft'Oiiiles-jBhot', with uo tnckftor wax thread
to hurt tho feet; made of the )est tine calf, sty Hub
and enty, and because ire vtake more that of thim
pratle than any other vianujacturer. It equals uaud
sewed shoes cost Inn front $1.01) to $j.ih).
(Ce OO (Jen til in Ilai.d-MitMt, tho finest colt
SJm ishou ever olTered for .Wj equals Freuca
Imported shoes which cost from .(HtoJUMH).
fl? OO lliiniUM.tMl Writ Mior, tine calf.
PB'r 8tllbh, conifortiiblo nud durable. The best
shoe ever otTercd at this price t tame Rrado as cus
torn uindesliootcostluR from tti.(Xtoi''.iO.
CSO; AO I'ollcii rliiHM t'flrmers, Hallroad Men
mid ietterCarrlerBall wenrtheni; llnecalf
SL'ntnlesa, smooth infd-.li, heavy three soles, exten
sion cdte. one pa'r will wear n year.
G0 oO lino nil li no better htioe ever olTercd at
SiMcSim this prleo; one trial will convince those
who wont a shoo for comfort and service.
CtO "ml b'J.OO Vm-kliiuiiiaiiV shoe
iJtm uro very stnmic nnd durable. Thone who
linvo given them a trial will wear no other make,
nnwe' t.Ol) mill !SI?."S school shoes are
Cdujr O worn by tho lMysecrywherci thcysell
on their merits, an the Increasing sales show.
B mrfl S r iSs'l.OO HiiiHl-iHcut' d shoe, best
LadUIca i)oni,'Ja, vervnyHslr.i.,iuaUFreuch
lmnorlpil RhiMS riwlliiir from Kl.U0 to Stl.ir.1.
i',a.ueN a.ao. ft&.OO nnd shoo for
f Amnion. See that W. I nuuclas' name and
price are stamped on tlio tinttom of each Bhoo.
W. I- U0UULAS, hrockton, Mass.
coq North Fourth St.
iti only (tDulo CfrtukD Aturrictvm
BpocUlfit In th Vnlird btitwt who 1
Bbtfti ui cor DIooU Poison,
Nervous Dobdlty 8pv
bkia DlMttwii. tUtl bpM FtJm la ib
Blatcbri, F.miil!, FrupUoui, uotl r
hfJ Uctra, bwcltiDKn, Irrilfttlo&K
lnBaromnlon nd SuD&lDtv
Huloturea. WcakncM and Xtuly
ty loit rnaiory, wcttk mfnttl ni!ty, many "
Bt Mr PUmv and all IHifawa rc'untns from ' cw
lllmimorOTtrwfirli Recent cmm cured InitolOtUjit
rtilef at onoe Do nt to hnpe, no rniiUfr
Uilac Doctor. Quexk, Faiatty r Iloipltll PM'IcUn bu fiille.
Dr. TI1ISKL .nn-i pOBltiVfily Hl's fl'trsttoB from
bnMorl. OLD.TIHW M(ttDLlSD VOtHf eoMFl4TI
Mini .-w, ricS tt iwwr, 6n4 Htnip Ibr bOOK
'TniJTH i-iprt-lnn Qiiwtti nn1T Bwt.ro WUmonUla.
II"". rt.ilr frU IM, HVM o t, Wed. d IBit
'. t-. 10 Huntl!. i!ll WrlM r fll n4 b
T IttftiKLOttS Wt4o. M SturJn Plill. dally TUB"
A FINE SHOW
If you wan' t- ee a floe display of Hoots and
Shoes, go to
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's ohl stand,)
corner Conl ami Jardln H1h.
Custom Worlc nud RcpnlrlttsT
Done In the best atyle.
tryobled uttr- b v nimuylou Jirt-cll'a Uip w
WUSntff follow l ' IT Xp '111, ui 'idl i'
V-jtloiiil V, 4Mkn(MH4f . .n-nMnr to Utnr s $ 'i'4
Use DR. DwCHOIWfi'S C!euraou
EM ALE REdULATiNG FiUfi.
i an, Btraill,-,,,t V I'll-af f -f...;!..t
i.lar9 l1"'"'": '
J1RI01CJER, M. D.t
P If ; rf)TAN AND iSDRfV BOiV,
o; 9 Kast Oeutre Strti Mahanoy City, P
Hktn aud all suenlak dlieatei speolalty.