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Brown Sc. Son'* Towboat Strike* a Book at Raccoon Bar. ffEHT DOffN IK k FEET OF WATER And Will Probably ba Kalsod If a tfflddom JIUo Dom .Vot Interfere. Coat Boat Town la Now at tho Foot of Blouiierhaaaett bland?Guar Ianteo Fona rar too rropowt ijiko Erlo Canal Jielng llnt?ed. The towboat Mark Winnett, 01 the Brown A Boat' line, which baa been laid up at the upper end of the city daring < the low water, left Bandar for Pituburjrh witli ber towof empty conl boata. All went well with the boat, although the water wai rather low, oatil the Raccoon bar waa reached yeaterday momin*. The boat waa s?'nir up along tbo Fonmylvania ahore about 0 o'clock, when a rock wai itruck which tore a big hole in the eteamer's bottom. Alinoat immediately ?bo sank in about fourfoetof water. SheUlyingetraight up and down, and tho channel l? not greatly obitructed by the sunken tow boat and barges. Henry Conant, of tbia city, was the'second mate ot the Win. nett, and Dave Keller, alio of Wheeling, was ono ol tho pilots. Unlesa the river swells considerably it is thought the Wiunett can be raised immediately. Coal-boat-town Is now located at tbe foot of Blennerbassott island 'near Farlceriburg, or was yostorday. The rivor being hiirh enough for tiio tow boats with empties to get up to the island, and no further, about twonty of them havo been collected at the foot of the historic Blenuerhaasett. tjeveral of the boats got above the island yesterday. ____ Secretary John ?. Shaw, of tho Lake Erie canal committee, saya that thtj subscriptions aro beginning to come in for the $100,000 guaranteo fund in a manner that ia very encouraging, save tho Pittsburgh Chronicle Tolograj>*h. In hia morning mail he received quite a number of generous responses, tbe contribntlons ranging from $60 upward. Until the fubd has received a itood start the nainos of the contributore and the amounts win not. do uivun nut. n is probable, however, that after the meeting of the provisional committoo next woek they will be mado public. Mr. Shaw says that many $50 subscriptions aro being received from people who really are not financially ablo to spare more, bnt who are deeply interested in the succoss of the movoment He docs not fear that the committee will havo much troublo in raising the guarnntoo fund. A morning paper erroneously reported that tho $0,000,000 which it is calculated tbe canal will save Searly on freight from this city would e divided among the stockholders. It would be saved to the manufacturers and their employes. The marks at the public landing last evening showed 4 feet 11 iuchoe and stationary. Weather cool and cloudy, with rains. Tho rivor will probably commenco to swell again to-day. The Courier, for Pittsburgh, left at 3 a. m. with a good trip, and the Ben Bur, for Parkersburg and way landings, at 0 p. m. Tho Belle McGowan and Little Dick, with empties, passed up at2 p. m. T>?rkn?ta frnm linndn-nlnrR worn an fol? lows: Warren?River 2 foot 6 inches and falling. Weather cloudy and cold. Steubenville?River 4 foot 4 inches and rising. Weathar raining and cold. GreenBboro?Rivor 0 foot 10 inchos and stationary. ltainfall/.45. Weather raining and cold. Tbo Adam Jacobs is duo up and down Tuesday. Till?Democratic cry of "boodle" fa only tlio old cry of "itop thief" to divert attention from the corrupt methods adopted In the Interest* of freo trade. GLYNN WON. Boyle Dislocate* 111* Arm and Loses a Pretty Sparring Contest. Washington, D. C., Nov. 5.?Johnny Glynn, the Delaware bantam weight champion, and Johnny Boyle, champion of that weight from New York, sparred at Uonry'e theatre at Alexandria to-night. Tlio honors wore about evenly di*idod up to the sixth round, when Boyle dielocated his loft arm while landing a swinging blow and the letter's seconds throw up tho sponge. Boyle hud the creditof drawing first bloodand splitting Glvnn's lip in the opomng round. The Oakley Race*. Oakley, Ohio, Nov. 5.?Summary of to-day'a races: First, \for throo-y ear-olds, and upwards, soiling; air furlongs?Ellon Dougfaaa won; Jim Henry second; Icilius third. Time, 1:10. Second, two-year-olds, six furlongs? La Moore won; Ada aocond; Loaflot third. Time, 1:19. Third, seven furlongs?Probaaco won; Yellow Hobo second; Fred Gardner third. Time, 1:30}. Fourth, for two-year-old colts and geldincs, six furlongs?Sutna won; Galon d'Or aocond; John Kessler third, lime, 1:17}. Fifth, ono mile?Pittsburgh won; Traverse aocond; Promonade third. Time, 1:45 $. r.--i T.vi n?.. OIXlU,Bi& mriUUKX?jWiumiuiiu nuuj Springvnio aocoud; Corro third. No time. Knclng utsu I.oiiIh, St. Louis, Nov. 5.?East St, Louia re* Bulla: First, five furlongs?Gracin won; time. 1:00|. Hecond, oloven-gixtoonlhs of a mile?Oheiaa won; time, 1:13, Third, nino-aixteentha of a milo?Connor won; time, :57J. Fourth, aix furlongs?Pebble Rock won; timo, 1:21$. Fifth, aix furlongs?Disturbance won; time, 1:20. Aftortlio Ileoord. Utica, N. Y., Nov. 5.?Frank Albort, who ia wheeling hia way from Now York to Chicago and who started from Now York Sunday morning, arrived (tore at & o'clock this ovoning, behind bia schedule. He left Syracnao at 7 o'clock. Tho roads aro vory muddy and Albort claims that he will mako up the Iobb whon tho olomonta aro mare favorable, llo ii accompanied by II. A. May, of N?w Ynrk. nnd was met horo bv Van Wagonorand Russell, of Syracuse." MI?h Luixlonilnrry'ii Trip. Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 5.?Miss Londondorry, tho "doad broke" bicychit, who is to rido around tho world on hor wliool, arrived Iioro this morning. Sho will clork in a sporting goods store till Wednesday, and will tlion continue hor journey oast. Sho save sho will sail from Now York for Havro November 15. - To l'lnjr in Now York. Nrw York, Nov. 5.?Tho Yale-Princoton foot boll game on Thanksgiving day will. la all probability, be nlayed it Berkeley OvaL Although til the (oraul preliminaries have not yst b?aa completed, Berkeley Oral bu bean practically eboseo for tba contest. It U aid that $10,000 will be expanded in puuiag tba oral la condition tor tbe (tame. AbMd at Tin*. Lonmtw Kr.. Not. A special to tbe Commercial from Richmond, Ind., says: Fred Tharper, who started from San Francifco on Jane 10, last, to walk around the world in two years on a wager ot SIS,000, passed through Rich- mood to-day, two days ahead of bis schedule. Bowl lag at F?tte*la Last evening tbe Mail Poach bowling team and the Barbers, of the Sooth Side, bowled at Fette'a Harvest Home alleys, tbe former taking three out of the five games. The same teaiai will meet again Monday evening. The ' scores: Msit pooch eti m Tt< cto :n Bu ben tSU iso 717 7j0 734 A. VOTE for Doreaer I* it vote for protection. A vote for Howard U a vote for free trade. TbU Is tba one great Issue. WorkInfmen, do not allow yourselves to bo Miditracked or misled by appeals to prejudice, i or by slanders oti Itepubllcau Candidal**. CLENDENNIN CONVICTED. The Murderer of Dr. Davis Found Guilty. A gequel to the Acme lUoti. !*pedal Dispatch to (Ae JnteUlqcncer. Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 5.?Tho jury to-night brought in a verdict against i Bue Glendonnin, of murder in first degree, with recommendation to mercy. The jury ?u out about ono hour, and J returned at 10:05. Cleudennin was i charged with the murder of Dr. J. Will. Davit, on Morris crook, on August 0, , and his trial was probably the most sensational in the history of Kanawha , county. Tho state was represented bv , Protecuting Attorney Blair, Hon. J. W. . St. Glair and lion. 8. C. Burdette. and the defease by Hons. C. 0. Watts, J Adam B. Llttlepage and Walter L. , Aahby. J ho case dates back to the Acme riots, and involved many sensational i details. Dr. Davis was killed because : bo would have been a dangerous witness against many who participated in : them, and the theory of the defense was . that Bue Clendennin was also to be removed by process of law, becauso ho would bo a dangerous witness against thoso who wore afraid of the testimony of Dr. Davis. That tho chiof witnesses against Clendennin wore those who . feared his testimony against thoniBelvos isthegenoral impression. Thocasemay end here, but it is possible that tho rec- . ords of tho Fayette criminal court will j lUrillQM UllJUr UUUpkUiB 1U hidiui/ hi hi. Willi show that others besidos Buo J Clondpunin were implicated anil may f havi been principals in the murder ol Mr. Davis. A SNOW STORM ( ] In Connecticut Dovelopa Into a Xtogulnr Ultzzard. |i New York, Nov. 5.?A anow storui at c Hartford, Conn., this ovonins developed at about 0:30 o'clock in a regular 1 blizzard. Telegraph and tolaphone wiros are prostrated and tho city almost i entirely cut oil from communication < vy w i ru. Information ag to tho extent of tho damage ia therefore unobtainable. A Throatouod Lynching. Memphis^ Tk.nn., Nov. 0.?Cbnrlea Epps, colored, who murdered Police Officer R. 0. Parkinson, last Friday, was arrestod in the awampa of Arkansas this afternoon and brought to Memphis. Epps has been arrosted by Parkinson on a charge of larceny, and while waiting tor a patrol wagon to be takon to the station house, he drew a revolver, shot the officer and escaped. The murder created considerable oxcitement in tho city and when the news of tho capturo of Eppa spread to-night, many opon throats of lynching were mado by the friends of tue dead policeman. Sheriff McCarver is guarding tho jail with a strong posse and if an attack is made t blood will surely flow. i Chinese Silver Lonn. New York, Nov. 5.?The Now York ' agent of tho Hung Kong and Shanghai t banking corporation in London confirms tho announcement mado by cable ? that the bank is issuing n Chinese governmont silver loan for Shanghai taols, i 1,000,000 at 98, bearing 7 per cent interest for twenty years, repayoble in ton J equal instalments, beginning 1904, < secured by tho Chinoee custom revenue. Tho list of applications closes in London ( on the 7th inst.; tho bonds are for f at ??1- r:/v? * UBU^i'UI tUUia UW um ? ??? * ...u at exchanKO of tlireo eliilllnca per tael. . gtoubeuvltle .Vote*. li fyctal Utiixtlch to the Intllltttnccr. I SiBOiiBNVitLE, 0., Nov. 5.?Belli)! per- I aundod by companions that gypsum wocd pods wero walnuts, David Lovin- E son, a Jewish boy, ate tho aooda and is dying from the poison. ) 'Jmnes Malono, an oxprossman.lookod in a Btovo to aoo why puwdor ho bad put a in to rlean out tho pipe had not ox- r plodod, and it wont otr that instant. 1 His head waa burnod and ho will loso both eyes. 1 Jildeiuoiit Tuknn. Special Diwtch to thi intcllloenxr. V Steuiienvillb, 0., Novombor 5.?Cornovit judgment was taken horo this ov- 1 ening against Walter and William Oraip, t fast Jiorso dealers of Cadiz, for $11,052 in ( favor of tho Farmers and Mechanics bank of Cadiz, Ohio. f Danker Johnson Acqnlttod. ^ Omaua, Nkii, Nov. 6.?Tho $50,000 dnmagosait ot Itov. Larmboo Campbell t against Hanker Jofinaon for alienating hia wife's afleotions, which ha! boon on j trial In the district court for four weeks, was concluded to-dnv by a verdict for tho dofondnnt, Thedoiouao waa blackmail. ( WNA*/WWS^W s !""> Poisoned > ! iDLOOD : \ Is a source ot much suffering. Tho f / system should bo thoroughly cleansed \ N of all Impurities, and tho blood kept in r r & healthy condition, S. & 8. removes X ) . CHRONIC SORES . C V Ulcers, etc.. purifies tho blood, find f \ builds up tno gonural health. It Is X J without an equal. f S Ira F. Stiles, of Palmor, Kan., says: r 1 X " My foot and leg to my kneo was a j , \ running soro for two years, and physl* f ? i clans HBld It could not bo cured. After \ X taking fifteen small bottles of S. 8. S r X thoro is not a soro on my limbs, and I X , \ hnvoanewlensoonllfo. I nm seventy* [ / Bevon years old, and have had my age V N renowed at loast twenty years by tho 3 S ? gar^g^M; s ' J OurTrwiwan niotvUnl / V C Skin UImim imIM f J frMtoMf ?44r*M. k C BWIFT SPEClPlOjCO., Atlanta, Us. # \ M - ?&? LITTLE CHILDREN. They Of Un S offer Terribly Through Ignorance. UNKNOWN TO PARENTS. Paronta Aro Keeponalble For the .Negleot Which Caum Tbolr Little Once to Hare Snob Painful Eruption*. What a common thine it it to lee children, many of them email children, who have blotches. lores, and breakings oat of various kindi. Theie troublet aro commonly attributed to lome disorder or taint of the blood. Formerly tba parent* gave sulphur and molasses, more latterly almost anything of which they may hear. It is a great mistake to think that these children's troubles arise from diseased blood. It is not true. Their little bodies are not hardened and itroni>, their digestion ia not always good, and especially, in nearly every case, are their kidr.eys and urinary organs weak and often inactive. Tbis li the source of their trouble, and parents will realizo it if they only stop to think. How ofton have you had proofs that your chlld'a kidneys were weak? If the ildnevi are not strong and active thev do not throw Ibe poisons from the blood and hence these poisons break out in sores. And vet it is so easy to keep tbeir little bodies in good bealtnv condition. Ohildren are uiaallv active and playful, and with a little help, even the slightest assistance, they can bo kept iiealthy and their t>lood pure. There is a greet preparation, which ia the moat popular in uie to-day, but which hat, for some at range reason, >een coniidered principally good for grown-up people. Perhaps this ii bo:auso it has such unusual power, hut vhile it is true that it is powerful, it is 10 simple, so harmless that even a babe :an lake it without injurious effects. Wo refer to Warner's Safe Cure, which a purely vegetable preparation, and vholly harmless in overy respect. It icts healthily on the principal organs of he body, but especially ou the kidnoys ind the urinary organs, and its efiects ian be felt within u few hours. Little ibildren who aro ailing, who seem out >f sorts, who have eruptions, cannot be lurod except by going to tho source of he trouble. Read what one mother ays: a.h tureu vuurn ui uko iuv uu? nac akon with kidney trouble of tho worst orw. After using everything I could ;ot that I thought would bonofit him, iad recoiving no permanent relief 1 was nduced to try Warner's Safe Cure. 1 ;avo him three bottlos of it aud ho was jomplotely cured, lie is now fourteon rears of ace, strong and healthy."? Has. W. D. Steele, Mexico, Mo. The abovo shows conclusively tho Croat efficiency of the remedy ior both tdults or children. It has no equal. * L'o Workliigraen anil Basliiesa Mon. Tho leaders of the Free Trade Democ acy, including President Cleveland and iV. L. Wilson, havo doclarod that the Ight to tear down our tariff defenses has inly began. A vote for John A. Howard for Cougress is a vote to renew the limitation, with all its accompanying lusiness uncertainty and industrial deiression. A vote for Captain Dovener e a vote to save the country from a epetition of the misery which followed he inauguration of the assault on the ariff, and a vote for the Republican andidates for the legislature will mean he sarao thing. Slatortvlllo Notes. SfRTERSViLLB, Nov. 4.?0. K. Clarko, a nomber of tho local "400," left lor Washington, Pa., yesterday to visit his >arents, and incidently to cast a voto or tho G. 0. P. R. R. Ewing, of Pittsburgh, is in own. I'l D. Hubbard and wife, of Marietta, iro in tho city. J. II. McCoy, editor of tho Domocrat, s in Wheeling. H. R. Howo, of tho Hnwo Pump and Engine Company of Indianapolis, is in own on business. Tho Ed Hutchinson No. 6, in tho ' yochraneville Hold, that mado such a nvorablo showing in tho sand, has do* reloped into nothing but n "duster." Tho Republican rally hero to-niRht n Boy era & Pollock's hall was a big iSair.* Judge H. N. Horveyapoke. Tho iannibal cornet band headed thostroot >arado to-day. Tho Masons will give an ovstoreupir?r on tho 16th that nromises to out-do inything of the kind goon hero lately. Georgo E. Work was in Wheeling rofterilay. The slate for the new Baptist church irrivod to-day and it will Boon bo undor oof. When complolod it will bo tho landsoraoit in town. 5Ir. and Mrs. J. A. Strickling, of Cottlo, and Miss Nelliotitowart, of Wost Jnioi), wore in tho city yesterday. Sheriff Y. W. Hino, of Middlobourne, rns in town 011 bueinois yestorday. 1). II. Crijswell was in Wheeling yosorday. S. 1'. Boy?r, of Pittsburgh, was in own to-day, looking after hie oil interisis hero. & K. Buremnn, of Middlebourne, was 1 visitor in the city Monday. J. B, Duffy, of Washington, Pa., is in own on a businoss trip, T. O. Wing, of Wostflold, Mass., is in lie city on business. Colonel "Bob" McEldownoy, oditor if the Wotnol Democrat, of New Marinsvllle, was a visitor hero yostorday. Troop* V111Iur Arm*. St. Loujs, Mo., 2iov. o.?A special rotn Kansas City to tlie Post-Dispatcli uyd that a sec rot order hat boon issued >y Governor Stone directing that the L'hird rogimont Missouri National iuariia awoiublo at its armory in that :ity to-night, and rouinin uuuor arm# intil after tho eloction is ovor. Tho ,'anno of thin ordor is Maid to bo a fear of i collision ho twee u tho A. 2*. A. nlutnonl ind tho rougher portion of sho Catholic ilement, betweon which two factions ooling is alroaily vurv high. Notion. I want overy man and woman in tho Jnited State* interested in tho Opium ind Whisky habits to havo ono of my looks on thoso diseases. Addross B. M. ^Vooi.iiRY, Atlanta, Gq., Box 380, and ono Till bo sent you free. s<*wy Ciias. Ryan, druggist, Springfield, III., vrltos: "JtipanoSQ i'JIo Cure is n big icllor and has glron entire satisfaction, ixcept in ono cuso. which was made on iroly satisfactory oy your promptly rounding tho $3 00. Choi. IS. Oootze and tV. W. Irwin. .i 1 VJUUVAA, * v . BKLbAIKK. All Sort* It UmI Nan ul Owlf rnm Um OIui Cltl. Dan MeC'loud, the nineteen-year-old boy whs locked up became he taid be >* tiie man Ilgnt the match that started the Are in the B. A 0. rouud bonie last week, vat tamed loots boctute there was no evidence to hold hiiu on, yet bit own actioui that eight and tbe ?tory be telli wonld teem to linpiicala him. The bor, however, it scarcely right in hit mind and for Ihn reason he waa allowed to go. Her. Dr. Boole, of New York, It a temperance lecturer in tbla vicinity now, wbo ia haviug itood audience* because ho it a man of force on the platform. He lectures at Bridgeport tomorrow night, here Tnnrtdar night and at ilartiu'# harry Friday night. George W. Yost, secretary of tbe Bellaire bottle company, ia tlm owner oi a farm, near Wells' bottom, on which oil bag been etruck in tbe first well put down. It yields from 20 to 40 barrels per day, but ia not yet completed. The stoel works will stsrt up to-inorrow again. It has been idle since Friday. The boys who work thore are in hopes tlmt the result of tu-day's voting will put conlidetice enough in ihe luture to give tlietn more work. A belligerent young roan was run in by Officer Strobel, bni ho offered so auch reaistence that the officer gave * very tore head belore ho got him caned. The joint debate down at Pultney bottom Saturday night attracted a largo crowd, as each of tho four parties bad a representative in it, Miai Belle Beazle, one of the teachera in the schools, is homo from Now Castle, where ahe has beeu recuperating for lometime past. Rov. 8. M. McFadden, of Allegheny, Pa., preachod for the First Presbyterian congregation Sunday and made a favorable impression. A three-year old ion of William A. Boyce, the well known bottle blower, died suddenly last Sunday of tueiuI brainoua croup. I Tho patrons of tho schools turned out, well to inspect the work of the pupils at the central buildiugSaturday afternoon. Marshal Bnhra ia laid up with a sprained ankle, tho reault of a tuasle with a drunken man tho other night. The board of health report* only nine deaths here for the month of October. MOUNDS VILL& A MUcollnneoui aiulnuge of Minor Mattors from AlnrftlinU'a MatropolU. Among those who havo como homo to vote to-day oro notod: W. 15. Humphrey, Baltimore; W. D. Catlett, Washington, D. 0.: Harry W. McCorabs, New Athens, 0., and Rev. A. C. Stanford, Wilsonburg, W. Va. W. B. Mathews, of Washington, D. C., is expected to como e this morning. lie lias a leave ot absence of twenty-four hours in which to come aud return. On noxt Sunday, at the M. E. church, Rev. G. W. Grimed will conduct the morning services for the aged peoplo. Many who are unuble to attend church regularly, and many not at all, will be iuvited and brought to tho church in carriages, which will bu under the supervision of the Epworth League. Tho enterprising manager of tho opera house, Edward Manning, has arranged for a special wire to be run in to the opera house, to receive tho election nows. Tho news will bo announced as received, during the play, "The .burglar," this evening. Hall and Henry, who were brought to jnil for robbing a school house in Meade district Bome time ago, were yesterday released on bail, to appear at tho March term of court. Capt J. M. Pipes, of Washington City, waB shaking hands with friends yosteruay miornoon. There will be no school to-day, on ac- J count of tho election. The M. E. Sunday school are replenishing their library. Rev. C. W. Upton was in from Cameron yestorday. MAltTIN'i* FfSIUiK. flap* anil Alinlinpn In ttio Thriving City Across tho lltvor. An interesting meeting of tbe Christian Endeavor societies of the Fresbytorian and Uuitod Preiby torian churches was held in tho former last evening. Thoro wore music, recitations and refroahmenta. ' Every Republican should vote to-day and make tbe majority tho largest in tho history of Martin's Ferry. The polls will be open at 5:30 and close at 5:30, standard timo. If Dovoner and Dayton are elected about one-half of Belmont county will go to Wheeling and help celebrate. Two Martin's Ferry saloons, Fisher A Pnddon and the Sherman llouso, .t will receive tbo roturnB to-night, I Tho Y'a will meot with Mrs. James ] Kalston and tho Glee club with Miss ? Ella Inglebrigftt, both to-night. ? William Hammock, of Clark's addition, buried a two-year-old daughter at = Rivorview yesterday. One of Neil & Kllingham's hor?es ran off yesterday, damaging tho buugy con- 1 siderably. * Harry Joy, who is workinir at Mc- J Koosport, Pa., is home on a short visit. , W. T. Lewis and lloward Montgomery carno home from Columbus to veto. Fivo drunks were deposed of by Mayor Wostwood yesterday. Tho "Burglar" will bo hero to-morrow night. _ A Million Frimid*. i; A friend in nood is a friend indeed, ' and not Joss than ono million pooplo liavo fouml just such a friend in Dr. King's Now Discovery for consumption, r coughs and colds. If you liavo uovor k usod this groat cough modicino, ono trial will convince you that it has won- dorful curatlvo powers in all diseases of T throat, chest and lungs. Each bottle is j guaranteed to do all that is claimod or monoy will bo refundod. Trial bottles free at tho Logan Drug Company's drug store. Larjje bottlos 50c and $L 1 Ituolcleii'* Arnlcn Sttlvn. The boat salvo in tho world for cuts, bruisoa, aoroa, ulcors, suit rheum. fovor sores, totter, chappod hands, chilblains, corns, and nil skin eruptions, and positively euros pilot, or no pay roquirod. It is cuarantoud to givo norfoct satiafac- v tion or money refunded. Price 25 corns per box. For sale by Logan Drug Company. ^ For a pain in the aido or chost there is nothing so good m a pioco of tlannel dampened with Chnmhorlnin'a Tain Italia uud bound on over the sunt of pain. It affords prompt and normanont roliof and if usod in timo will ofton provent a cold from resulting in pneumouia. Thin same treatment is a suro euro for lame hack. For salo by Charles liGootae, Will W. Irwin,Chris. F. Schnopf, Cliarlea Monkemellor, Will- rr. iain fc. Williams, S. L. Jlrieo, A. K. 1 Sclioolo, Will Monkotnollor, John Cole- N man, Uichards & Mcelroy. W. II. J1." llairuo, Wheeling; Howie & Co.. ()j iJridgoport, and I). F. l'eabody Jt Son, Uonwood. . .. . . . .... ... Q What< VI in the way it, if you'll n you can th V?m _ I'eddlera and .Beware rJB5?5? fou an imitation, l?c honest?tend it back, Wha Castorla Is Dr. Samuel PItchc and Children. It contains ne other Narcotic substance, for Paregoric, Drops, Soothi It is Pleasant. Its guaruut Millions of Mothers. Castor; '-the Mother's Friend. Castoria. -"Ciatorialsso well adapted to children that j I recommend it as superior loony pnrcnjiwuu known to me." II. A. Arciiku, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. V. . "Thoiwoof 'CflKtorla' In tm universal nr.d its merlU bo well known that it Hoc mi a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few uro tho intelligent families who do not kuep Custoria within easy reach." Carlos ILuvrrx, D. D., Now York City. Tm CcfrAtnt Co ^ JOS. H. WORKMAN'S ^ fffl PATENT t $ FLAT OPENING' | |j LANK iP,OOK.\ I ffl r?TlNT NO. 4COO?4, SB JULYtA 1001. Joseph H. Workman's Patent F1 uclured at tne INTELLIGENCER Blnde The Business Man should boar In rind that the INTELLIOBNCER JINDERY Is thoroughly equipped o dofirat-class work. Wo resooctulfy solicit an order and will guar- ' mteo tho work to be of a superior! tnd excellent quality. Give us a rial order. I < The Intelliger 25 AND 27 FOURT Performs Wondort In scfshi ?? usino- - nrain r<.??r. Mfhll; t?l..l It uf .N?n?n? Ultra*. ahlrh If rwtl"tnl will Analli r??nli li leklj aad prrnanrBll). T17 It. B??t bj r?|nni Mai). <1.00, al moo*r Adilrr?? KOHSALK BY LOO AX DlUTG CO. STATIONERY. BOOKS. ETC. TOOT BALL L + + SUPPLIES, Inter-Collegiate Balls. Rugby Regulation Balls. Cheap Amateur Balls. Ixtra Bladders for IJest Halls. , STANTON'S B,?>'S,. ^tatinnprv I . II IW ^ 4 Wo bavo just openocl 0110 ot tho flnoit Hne? of Writing PaperB we h?vo over carried. By looking in : our Boutli window you will bo convinced. :ABLB BROS., >cJ0 1308 Market Street* school hooks J ; Ami School .stutlnnory. MUcollntioom Hooki, Clienii l'ublioatioiiM. husliion ami Literary Mnniulno*. Pally and Weekly 1'upcrs delivered anywhere. C. If. QUI M BY, fcpft ' ?l I Mnrki-t St root. ^ i\TE auk souk ah k nts \ T IS THIS VICINITY FOU lie Celebrated J. E. Popper &Co. Whisky wide* up carry in Mock nt ad t(mu?*ucli brand* k?>1U Ft. Henry. Iioiiffhurty. Overliolt, Finch. |b?ou mid Cinokonhoituor. and any other Rnodn 1 : tliln ct?M usually curried l?y llnt-nla-n Ihiumi SCHAEFEK & DRIEHOHST. ocli li-** Malu street, io you Wish for, of easy work ? You can have use Pearline. With anything ink of, that water doesn't hurt, le easiest way to wash it or t0 clean it is to take Pearline. You can't do any harm, by loing away with that wearing ub, rub, rub. Besides, with aj. most everything there ;ire lecial reasons why you should se Pearline. For instance; "here's no shrink to flannels, they're properly washed with it. some unscrupulous groccis will fell \ou, wvl ms" or "the same as Pearline." IT'S rlinc is never peddled, if your rnxrr wrdj ^ JAMES rYLE, New Yjjfc Lt is r*8 proscription for Infant] it her Opium, Morphine nor It is a harmless substitute nj; Syrups, and Castor OIL eo Is thirty years' use by la is the Children's Panucca Castona. Cmitorla cures Ooilc, OanstfpaUoo, Bout KLomadi, Diarrhea, Eniitati?m, Kilb Worm*, given aiocp, and promote* A gretlon, Without injurious medication. "For mveral jnvu* I havo recomnwtxlcd your 'Castorla,' and nhall always continue to do no ns It hon invariably produced bencfldal raculU." EnwrK F. Tahdu, M. I)., 125th 8troet and ?th Avo., Now York Citj mpakt, 77 3Iinuur Snutrr, New York Ctit g STRONGEST. ?j NO STUBS. I i|j : EASIEST'MADE. |fjj FLAT OPENING. f j! Will not Cockle. iffl at Opening Blank Books are manury. Wo make Blank Books. Spocta! Kuiea worK, Bind Magazines, Periodicals. etc.. In fact, do everything usually done In a FIRST-CLASS BOOK BtNDERYj Drop a postal card or call up br telephone and we will call for your order. icer Bindery, EENTH STREET. sr , a Few Day*. U.? ferna! F?m, ffnl U*l PW. ?Ml, inn Hilrltrtt Item *ri 1W i ("Mall; or rvumpllon. CRAKKtt XMVK ?OOI> ? &.?>, wllk a ?rltU? gairanlrr to tun *r r?f??4 CRANE MEDICAL CO., Columbui. Ohio. 'i-l ' M > M r photography. Higgins' Gallery, 4S TWKLVTn STREET. Photographs ^JYLES' ART STUDIO. PHOTOOHAPH8, aattium is Pikiu. Oil ciurus. mil? and Ink. 3151 mh1n strbet. _ CROCERIES ETC. ^'Kff l'RUNEDLS, Ai;iacoK, CITRON, J'llUNES K108. oKAsiiE rr.Ri, raising LEMON FEEL, CORRANTS, Ola. C. V. HARDING & CO.. ?W8 13?! Mitkcl SUW MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Mlisic at Half Price. Hi;realtor wo will soil nil no# and itanduG llicct Music M HALF PKlCt ?" K.W. iiau.MEK & ca_ rZ=TlIK INTELLIGENCE!?,^ UA5D 27 FOL'UTttN Til STttKKT. las a Tliorougiily Equipped Job Printing Ofnce. iOOK AND COMMERCIAL FBIRTIU A Specialty.