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k a liniment for expectant mothers to use externally. It softens the muscles and catises them to expand without dis? comfort. If used during most of the period of pregnancy there will be no morning sickness, no rising breasts, no headache. When baby is born there will be little pain, no danger, and labor will be short and easy. $1 a bottle at druggists. Send for a Free copy of our illustrated book about Mother's Friend. The Bradfietd Regulator Co., Atlanta, 6a. THORN WILL SURELY DIE. continued from pngc 1 three hours and fifteen minutes. She seemed to bo on the verge of collapse. Lawyer Howe declares that ha will put Thorne on the witness stand to--norrow and will prove by him that Mrs. Nack not only murdered 6uldensuppe,but that she cut up the body as well. As Mr. Howe made this statement Mrs. Nack suddenly grew faint and was hur? ried to an nnte-room, where she revived at an open window. At 4:10 this afternoon,one of the jurors, Mangus Larseu, fainted and the proceed? ings were suspended for a time. The physicians attending the juror say hi is serioiioly ill, and this may retard the trial somewhat. District Attorney Young will linish his case by recess to-morrow. At 4:40 the court adjourned unt'l 0:30 to-morrow morning. Michael Gotha, the barber, who llrst betrayed Thorn, will testify early to-mor? row morning about Thorn's confession to him. STAND BY F1TZSIMMON6. Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 10.?The Grand Lodge of Klks, at Harrisbnrg, Pa., ordered the Marlon, Ind., loilge to expel FJtK.slmnions because ho was a pii/.e fighter, and the lodge has r( fused. ADMIRAL RHINE DEAD. New York, Nov. 10.?Admiral Alexan? der C. Rhind, rotired, a naval hero of the civil war, died here to'day, aged 77 years. GEN. LEE'S'MISSION. New York, Nov. 10.?Gen. Lee said Ibis afternoon just before lenvinir for Havana that he was going to protect the lives and property of American citizens in Cuba and to look after all American rights and commercial interests. W. K. ANDREWS & CO., 219 Salem avenue, have had years of experience in the coal and wood business. They know what is iequired in the business. They have the largest and most convenient yard In the city. They handle every va? riety of coal sold in the city. They have more shed room and keep more teams tliau any other dealer in the city. They bave polite an'1 accommodating drivers, and deliver piomptly coal and wood, nice aud dry, from their extensive sheds. Their teams are all belled. JUST RECEIVED.?1,000 pounds Lowney's chocolates and bou bons at ?Oc -i pound?CATOGXFS. NO WAR, SAYS SAGASTA, Spain Would Regard It as a Great Misfortune. Madrid, Nov. 10.?In response to a cable message from a non-ofliclnl Ameri? can source, Senor Sagnstn, tbo premier, baa sent tbe following cabled decimation through Senor Dupuy De home, the Spanish minister at Washington. "So far from seeking a pretext to de? clare war ngainst the United States, Spain would regard it as a great misfor? tune to be giveu the occasion for such an uuhnppy resolution. "Animated us she is by the most ami? cable sentiments towards the great're? public, Spain hopes of America that t he latter will do its utmost to fortify senti? ments of friendship for the sake and wel? fare of both countries, while at the same time respecting the rights of Spain." GOLD COMING NEXT SPRING. Eli J. Gage Talks of the Richness of the Klondike Fields. Butte, Mont., Nov. 10. -Eli J. Gage, of Chicago, sou of Secretary Gage and auditor of the American Trading aud Transportation Company, passed tluouuh Butte on his return from Dawson City, omiug down from Dawson on the last boat. He says that the stories of the wealth of the Klondike have not been exnggeratcd'aud tbat'the first boat down in the spring will bring at least $12,000,000 iu gold. Mr. Gage looks for other discoveries [\a that country equally as rich as those of the Klondike. He says there are at pres? ent about seven thousand people 5n Daw son City, and he predicts that, there will be a great deal of sufferine, from"the faci that many men rushed in there without sufficient provisions to last them over winter. Two stores had stopped taking orders for provisions beforo'he left, hav? ing sold out their entire stock. The stock of the others was getting very low. A GOLDEN STREAM. New York, Nov. 10.?Wall street houses to-day received advices to the el fect that $1,375,000 iu gold sovereigns had been shipped In the last few days from Sydney to Sau Francisco for New York. This makes the Australian gold shipments for the four mouths since July foot up $0,325,000. The steamer Yucatan arrived to-day from Mexican ports and brought $132,000 in Mexican silver dollars and $0,000 In uold. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED 150 Flush and Cloth Capes, also some Pretty Jackets, from a trustee's sale. LATEST STYLES. Guniuntee to save von 50 per cent. Call early and get choice. R. SCHILLER, IS Salem avenue. TRIAL WITHOUT EXPENSE. Tho famous Appliance and Retned lea of the Erlo Mod leal Co. now for the Urst time otlercd on trial without ex ncuso to nny honest man. Not a dollar to ho pnld 1 u advance. Cure Effects of Errors or Excesses in Old or Youiii--. Mimhoml Fully Hestored. How to Enlarge and Strengthen Weak, Undeveloped Portions of Hody. Absolutely unfailing Homo Treatment. No C. <). D. or other scheme. A plain offer by a firm of high standing. ERIE MEDICAL G0.6b^%%5?: MAY BE A MURDER. Tragedy at Gave Spring Will Re? sult in Death, Salem, Va., Nov. 10.?Special.?This Spring. s>hot and mortally wounded a negro whose mime wns not lenrned. The particulars were uot'learued, but It seems afternoon at 8 o'clock John Mills, of Cave that Mills, who was drinking heavily, was taken home by the negro, whom he accused of trying to rob him. The uegro was shot In the rack and is dying. Mills was very drunk when placed iu jail here this evening by Sheriff Zirkle. LUBTGERT'S NEW LAWYER. Chicago, Nov. 10. ? Luther Lafliu Mills, ouo of tho ablest criminal lawyers before the Chicago bar, has been retained as chief counsel for Luetgert. Ex-Judge Vincent was denounced to-day by Wil? liam Charles, Luetgert's partner, for withdrawing from the case on account of a quarrel with Luetgert. NO DECISION REACHED. Philadelphia, Nov. 10.--Tho meeting of the League magnates adjourned to? day without reaching any decision on the draft rule amendments. So other business was taken up to-day. CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET. Chicago, Nov. 10.?The leading fu? tures ranged as follows: Wheat? Open. Close. December. 93A 0:!$ Corn? December.26* 2fii Oats December . 19} 20 Pork December. 7.-17 7.37 Lard? December. 4.17 4.15 Ribs December. 4.82 4.30 FREE PILLS. Send your address to II. E. Hucklen <\ Co., Chicago, and get a free snmple box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. Tht-se pills are easy iu action autl are partim larly effective In the cure of cDnstipation and sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles they have beeu proven in? valuable. Tliey are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be. purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to the stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 20c per box. Sold by Massie's Phar? macy. DR. CADY'S CONDITION POW? DERS are, just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best In use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25cents per package. For sale by H C. Barnes. "He puts up prescriptions." wood! wood:: wood::; For PINE or OAK wootl?by the CORD or by the LOAD?prepared for COOKING STOVES or in BLOCKS FOR HEAT? ING STOVES, go to W. K. ANDREWS & CO., 210 S'alem avenue. Their . belled teams are always ready to deliver It. Don't miss tho Dress Goods Sale at Enock's Bazaar, 34 Salem avenue. Doll Babies and Toys, new and cheap Gravatt'8 Fair, 0 Salem avenue. Malnga Grapes, direct from Spain, at CATOGNI'S. Go to the Rad ford Steam Laundry for the Famous Flexible Finish. Mo-it torturing nml disfiguring of itching, burning, scaly skin ami scalp humors is in? stantly relieved by n warm bath with Ci'ir cuua Soap, a single application of Cuticura (olntinont), the great skin cure, and a full (lose of cutiouua IlKSOl.VEST, greatest of blood purifiers and humor cures, when ull else fails. RA1L.ROAD-RATKS WaR The Chesapeake and Ohio and Norfolk and Western. Norfolk, Va., Nov. 10.?The Chesa? peake and Ohio and Norfolk and West? ern railroads have locked horns in a battle royal for local traffic between Richmond nud Norfolk. Tho Norfolk and Western led off yesterday with a slash of ~0 per cent, on straight and ~5 percent, on round-tiip fares. This r duces the rate to ?2 straight and f?i? round trip, as against :f'J..ril) and $8.60. The Chesapeake and Ohio people here heard of the proposed action of their rival in time to meet the rate as soon an it wont into eflfaot. As the slash only affects local trafllc, the usual ten day notice to the Interstate Commerce Com? mission is unnecessary. It is not thought that a further cut will be made by either line. Ii on erory wr?pjor. CASTORIA. Tho up-to-date assortment of Clonks and Capes at Knock's Bazaar is worth your inspection. Their Plush Capo at $2.1)8 and Astrachan Cape at $13.-1S are unusual bareains. Their lower and higher numbers are equally reasonable in price. OUR REPUTATION . . . is a? much a guarantee of the value of the jewelry and silverware we sell you as "sterling" is a guarantee that tho silver is fl?fi-lOilO line. The silvcrsmith'sstamp merely vouches for the quality of the ware. Our name insures you the pick of the latest and most artistic designs. It warrants the belief that yon have receiv? ed your mcney's worth. See our styles. L. VOIGT, JR., 101 SALEM AVENUE. HIGH ART Is the Grade of Clothing We Handle at Moderate Prices. Finely tailored, equal to custom make, perfect: ly finished with the best trimmings, and they lit to perfection. The fabrics are the latest in plaids, in the newest shades, $6.50, *S.,r)0, $10?pay up to $'20. Don't pass us by when considering the purchase of an Overcoat for yourself or boy:'t will be money in your pocket. Elegant Kerseys in the newest shades, $6.50 up to $20. Stormy weather Mack? intoshes form an impor , tant feature of our stock, ^.o, All new, all fresh, all re? liable goods. Prices ranee from $3 to $ 15. Men's and Boys' Underwear. We show an exceptionally strong line of Men's Shirts and Drawers in all the newest shades?Scarlet, Tan, and Natural Wool. Prices range from 25c up to $2.50. Bring that boy in for his new suit. A great stock to select from. OUR PRICES ALWAYS UNDER OTHERS. Philadelphia One-Price Clothing Honse. CATOGNI BROS., ? MANUFACTURE HB AND DBALEKS IN ROUGH AND FISHED PINE LUMBER, Mouldings, Brackets, Shingles, Laths, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Bricks, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc., Etc. Office 1 10 Campbell St. 'Phone 174. TO OUR NE UILDIN iriajlJgPCT^J-.lMMHBMJIIlll PRICES IN THE CLOAK We must clear our stock of Cloaks within the next 20 days. The room they occupy will have to be vacated; therefore, we are compelled to place such prices on the entire stock which will in? terest everybody and move them quickly. Persons who usually wait until later in the season to buy Cloaks should take advantage of this greatly reduced price sale. All this week and for the next twenty days 150 Ladies' Jackets. 100 Cloth Capes. 50 Plush Capes. 100 Misses' Jackets. All to go at Cut Prices. $8 Jackets for $5.75. $10 Jackets for $7.98. $12 50 Jackkts for$9 75 $15 .J ackkts for $11 98 LADIES' FINE CLOTH CAPES. $5 ( apes for $3 99 $8 Capes for $5 75 $10 Capes for $7 98 $12 50 Capes for $9 75 $15 Capes for $11 50 HIS WEE PLUSH A* D VROUR CAPES. $6 50 Capes at $4 25 $s 50 Capes at $5 75 $10 Capes at $7 98 $15 Capes at $1 1 $18 Capes at $14 75 $25 Capes at $18 50 $30 Capes at $22 50 MISSES' JACKETS. $(> 50 Jackets, 12 to 18 years, at $4 99 $8 .Jackets at $5 75 $10 Jackets at $7 98 $12 .J ackets at $9 98 The Stock Must be Closed To Vacate The Room Occupied By Them Before The 25th Instant.