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JOS HORNE & GO,
. Pflna Avo. and Plftb St., Pittsburgh, j
Thujuoav, tjapU 20, 1805,
The Arrival of
From PARIS In
Silks and Woolens,
Now displayed in Ladies'
on the fifth floor.
Correct styles for
Autumn and Winter,
for Street and Mouse wear,
In Costunios and Wraps.
$oo dozens Ladles' 1500
fine all Irish Linen Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs in three
widths hems. iand 1 inch,
on special table at
These Handkerchiefs are a
genuine Hemstitched goods.
Others sell a regular hemmed
Handkerchief at this price,
Tailor Made Suits
in all the new fabrics, stylish.
Plain and Combination Costurtles,
all made of the latest
materials and at the lowest
$10 and up.
in the most approved style.
for SAMPLUS and ?nv Inform it:on. \Vi?
linvn tliout.iu.lft of C'natuiilur* Hint do
SHOPl'INO UV >1 III*
Jos. Home & Co.
DHESSES-J. S. RHODES A CO
j^EW FALL ~?
NOW OPEN. ?
No better time to fcuv than
now. Many Novelties once sold
cannot be duplicate J.
Black Dress Goods.
You can jjetanv ItinJ you want
?250 Styles to select troni.
Dress Goods at 50c.
Forty-eight inch all-wool Henriettas
ami Series and 38 inch
Fancy Brocades, in black an I
colors, choicc ;o:.
Yard wide all-wool Henri
ettai and S'Tges In black and
1 colors .it S3; a y.ird
T Q DflAHoo JPr f.A
u. u. iiiiuuuj u \jv.
Altitude :,ro f<?t. w?i roit ran t>e f.Jiin 1
ll-.w mull i- ?rn\*i?ii?l?Tiu,r -vln ihuy
pif.irtiio -Mm t--? i.> n-rf i ri i||.-|r henl'h nti
?ll*HBlll mid Mti'l lh? p'lUHjr roiitli(ton nti<l ;
NhwIkmi' Im?i > r iii.ni n', Ilr > ki>I I
forpnr?nlr, irrnn t vkw ?>.'unlful drlvm iin
Jiiwiih, homliH k kiiivmiuii i |.!rt<irp??iuti trim'
brook r'liiulnjr ttrni?li ?!i- ;?l'i Hliirk I.,
III the C|i??iu, f.ur,* t'' i n . . 1(1, y.n in ? ' n
(rrdilns I ii'l 'l'i i I i'i nil frn. i
fnilt? nud Vegetable* nn l vn ii. se. tn<- <<i<iklnit
Hwluimlni* pool. toillilv l?".vliiiK t)k|IUr<l parlor
rrn'ni''' nud "i 111 Mtiv,
nil If* 'mkUn'l nud li"?r l'nrk Ten > <
inu'i ni'l Mil" otol lut> *' 'n tNi per Mr?e#
. .i. i'ur.' )i r wniciiu
Jyfl HfunkMlt'.W Vn
rrhiiitii it o. t ii'Pfl nnuni tin
llilmuLfj fi LUI/j UUIYlKANlf,
I'ltintIMti'.? ami (Jin riUI'itf,
Ntrani mill lint Wntnr lliwtli;.
A Foil l<l!tn ol llio DflUbratftil ?
snow stfcam pumps
K?n>t<,')n?UnHy nn IUim
inoo *!? wn jhimii sffiKi \. Wili:':i.i ??
^yil.I.IAM IIAllK A HON,
WAS AND STi:\U l lTli;UH.
No. Sfl Twolfth *trn?t.
Ail Wdfk l> . I'r'.'ii1 ill ft'- . ri'i1 ''
*dO? W. ORK?
Kr.ATI.Y AND I'HOMHTtiY hKWJOTRD
A t Tilt: INTKM.IOKN'JKK toll MOO\li
I'rom the t\l.tjr'a Prawtr. in Ihtrp/r't tfaqoiine
Wltou fulr PrliuUiaUkoH her bow in liuml
And ki'iuli ino ntrow Mvluv 'hrouirli llio air,
It iuu?t lie kulil U u not lo stiiiKi
Ou any spot sat o by th? tarnot tbcro.
Aitrni oirto ibo Jolt poroliniKO itioll bit:
iVri'bauce lino tin* btfilRO lliul ?ro\v? imur by,
Or i? the riiflit Hi" ?lmli will clutnoo to lilt.
Hal to tlio uuiiot it will no'er come iilifls.
Hut vrbi'ii horoyoikitooil kUuoos, thou bownrof
Her aim it |iin\ uuurring h ttio tlari;
Ami woo bo inilu Uitu wboaiivwlu'ro
l'lmls ono of iheso imtw?Mi?i| m lib heart!
THE BILLQP MYSTERY.
HY JULIAN HAWTHORN!.
"Wall. now. Mr. Mnrfnrri. I ilnn't inst
Iikit you Himuiit tatk thut way," tmid
Nancy to liar visitor ihu noxt morning.
"It'i u roal mlr'cle; uiul real mir'clo* ia
liko religion?I think they bo. Ho 1
don't liko ytiu ahould poko fuu at it.
You city folks don't never want to ho
Horious of you can lioip it, I know; but
there 'ti?. It droppod right down nut
of lleavon, through our chimney, on'
iait et the vtiry time we ntiedod it the
irorat, too; and lb on there w*? iny poor
brother Matt'a voice a-aeyin' he'd aunt
it u purpoao to pay oil Mr. Corvin, und
freo the mortgage. An' .that'* whet
I'm a-?om' lo do the tlrat minute Mr.
Corvin calls liero ttiia day; an' mv
Milken! won't tlutt man j??t be surprised!
I K'ued? iio won't b'iievo where we not it,
uo morn'n you do?may ho leas."
I Mr. Morford, it should bo said, was
tli# young man with tho pntant elms
i rii'ul i ii vnii I inn tt'lni wua in it L* i II i? 111**
round* of tiio neighborhood to j;ot nib*
ycribera to hia stock. When ho had
knocked at the door tliut inorniut:
Nancy had itipposed it muat bo Corviu,
come for hi.H mortgago money, and
opened 10 him hor rosy face dimpling
with plausnnt anticipation. Kxplanntiona
had cnatituJ, Mr. Morlord had introduced
hia buaiueaa, and hud noon
croated no pleaaant an bupropion that
the convocation became eaiy. Nancy
was far too full of her miracle, and far
no unvaried in wordly caution, to withhold
(lie story; though Mr. Morford
woro city clothe*, and had a rather
Hfttirical exproasion about tho oorneri
of hia mouth occasionally, Htill there
wa* aomethinu' ah ?ut the look iu hia
eye*, and hia genera'. bearing, that inspired
confidence. At all event*, alio
itnfuldei hor guilelesa heart, and in tho
oonrau of half an hour had told him at
leaat in much of hor hiatory a-. the
patient reader hua learned in all theno
painful daya. Nellie, after Htudying
ihu young man witji the ailent profoundly
of childhood for ten or tiitoen
miuutea, had ulao decided to like him.
and had presented him with n banch oi
Hoiireou* Nu^ur-iiiupi? iuave*.
"I'm not n ikeptic, nor an infldol,
Mi?? liillup," n?id Mr. Morford. "I liko
to ceo tho bottom of things if I can, and
there are miracles enough without
flooding to havo solid money full
out of the ?ky. linvo you searched the
garret and "
"Searched? Well, jo*t you ask
Nellie. Kf there's a square foot o' spuce
in-ide this house or outside of it that
lie ain't poked that little note of her*
into, 1 don't know! An' tlioro ain't no
trace of nolbin', nor nobody, nut nowhere*.
An' then an for the intuit: an'
tho voice, I don't know hew you d get
iround them 1"
"li what 1 hoar in tho village true?
that Mutt hew Itillop disappeared niyslorlously??that
his manner of death
wa< never known?''
"Yes, but lie'a dead, poor Matt, I
guos*,' hum ."viucy, wuu a sign; 01 no
warn't, IM a hoard frotn him bofore thin;
ah' then n^'uin, of what ioiiih thought
wai truo?that ho'd had foul piny from
?well, from hit aporrit, of no wayaelao,
I was thinkin' lust nijjht, nftor ho'd aont
that monoy, that of ho'd boon murdered,
lio'd u sai l ho then. Hut all ho aatU
wna, Tay Corvin,' ho aava, 'an' I'll ho at
peace.' *0 1 guest ho diod nat'ral. An'
though Matt wan a real good brothor to
mo, an' I al lays lovod him right hearty,
yet I don't mourn alter him liko i would
if lie hadn't been a man pant his prime*,
o> had livod an' had hia fling, an' 1 don't
duubt ia happier now than of ho worn
hero with us. lint it'a different 'bout
lorn: I never can got tuod to loain'
that dear precious boy. Uo wan tho
cutoit, smartest, l>o?t buy evor did live,
;? ?' I couldn't havo loved him more not
f he'd boon my
Vn' I Min't nover folt tho name woman
*ence 1 loat him; an' it may ho wicked*
no>a, but I do nay I ain't never boon
.11> 10 to forgive Mr. Corvin for thes part
ID) 100K ill nitllilM iUlU 10 III! (1011UI.
iii courae ho didn't moan it; but Htill
Mr. C'orvln might1
i fluid inn up mi' I don't hour htm no
^rudgo 'bout not pavin' tho monoy ho
c i Matt, 'came tho paperthut allowed
l!i" d'-ht wni lost with Matt, an' inon o'
ixis'noia nut'rnlly don't nay moro'n tlioy
'invo t<?; hui when I think of my darlin'
loin drowned jont hocauao thoy found
money in Iiih pockets tlint he'd never in
tliiu earth put tlioro liiinnoll . . .
*\ oil, Mr. Morforit, don't know what
you'll thins of nil old woman liko mo to
crving 'bout it after thoio nin* yuan;
I If my 'Join joit the same as of
I'd aeon liiin yoitorday."
i huii yuii li'ol ijuito nuro tlio boy
Mover stole the monoy?" said Mr. Mor?
i ird, nftor a pauso, in a gentle tono.
"1 lint boy Nioal? It'll ho tho hap*
, icat dav of my life, Mr. Morford, when
I moot dim in Heaven, and hear nil tho
*us riirht, Nuncy; I horn ain't noun in*
uoceutorthan him llioru!'"
"It ought in mitko lilin Imppv to
hour you Hiiv Hint, whnravur ho
Ir. Morforil, vitiiikf 11 p nnil irnlkiuiMn
ho window, "It would ho ti u mil tlnni;
! you coillil llml tlio 1. (). (J. for tho
moony your hrothor lout Uorvili,
wouldn't it?" ha u<1(1qiI, proiatiliy,
"Well, I'm thankful nnou?h to hn
iihlu to pny him,without hh paving mo;
iti<l laii'l nak-<!" *ho obnaivnd, with n
! 'U?h, "I ifuiMB it 'ml k'?njjlu' tho poor
UIuii'm urnlu to Imvo to do it."
"llo'll bo horn iu u fow mlnuton," mud
Murium. i Jim wnw mi uiru in ih
Hit) font of (its liiitt Now, look hero,
uhm i h11 o | >; if I woro you, wlum you
.?iv him thn monoy, I wouldn't loll
111 lit mi villi in* nl mil l how It caiiio lo you;
jiinI lot hint uiiom nil ho wailtri to. It'*
rino of liin himinom; and uiity lot tho
nlnt of your hrothor inuy hiivo hoiiio
iiihsrt Hiirnrl-n in nloro lor It I in, that
ivoiihf lot liilorforml Willi If von worn lo
j "it* nnyllilttji now Whiln you'ro dolnn
I vijiir ullitlr with hiln, I'd 11U Nollio lo
how oi" roiiud iii" plitoo n hit, ouliltlo,
Will yoy do H, Nolllo? I dftw ri jolly
I ?v/i iintfftrnnatli (lioro a? I annumtr, I'd
llko to nxnloro ii."
"l.'oinn," Maid Nolllo, with nit illf of
j urnulou* proprietorship, "I II mIiow
I you," and tliny wont out at llto mar
I loor, hand In hand, jijui m Mr Uorvin,
II umutpluoth of n toiitHhiiMMii awaitiiic
him, wnn ndlnlilod hi (lift front
"A HI, N ol I in, I miplirno voii don't
rnin?ml?'?r intioh about Toot?''mid hor
"No; hull rmnfmhar I lik*d hint,"
Aid tfelllnj "nnd inainmy hnt told mo
li,t? of UillilM ibnill h I in. 11 it n mi I to
piny rohbnr III ill? nnvn, nnd tnonkny In
thn blfc iHiri. II" know Nonm witv to
gut up the tree* witli a rupe. I bare
never been up."
'Hut you've played In thu cave, I iup*
"Y01, a little; but 1 don't like it
much, beoauue it'n darlc, and itnelli
dumpy. if I'd had had Turn, may be 1
wouldn't liuvo minded ao much."
"Are you nfruid of ghojii, Nellie?"
"Not when they roally on me, an ilioy
did lait night. I'm u little afruld, aotnetime*,
when mummy tolln morion ubout
'em before wo l?o to bed. Hut reully 1
think ghaut* uro fuirioi, don't you?"
"I ahouiit think likely, bo this ia tho
robber cuve? Lot'a go in. I have wux
mutches ?o it won't be durlc."
Thu cave, ai u mure uuturul phenomenon,
wan coiLuinly not very luiuruat*
iiik, ?v n iif I1IH17II in uumi ui II UOJIHIl
illumination to livau it up. It wa? too
luw to allow of .Mr. Slorford'a walking
upright in it; anil tlm floor wm litturuU
with auoient ruhbiali, and with the dowed
rmuunm of u paloeoiolo cart. After
uroepinis iuwardi (or ten or twelve
puce*. they turned acorntir, arid Nellie
allowed alalia ol reiuntance. Tho lilllti
wnx taper, burniuu In iti aookut in the
liver match-box, allowed what looked
like queer, irronnlur pillar* and rafters;
thov wore really Htmtrulinu roota of tlm
big butternut tree overhead. At the
end i>( the paaank'e, they found some
hull ration planka tiled upriuht like u
rude door; Morford pulled ut flue of
them, end It came awav, revealing a
further, nnrrotr cavity beyond. Nellie
"\Yh*tli there in there?" naked tierford.
"I don't know; It ian't aico; let'i tio
"A potato collar, perhaps. Yea, we'll
Co hack. Tho auimtiiuo it pleasanter,
ian't it ? Do you atippoao Tom over explored
that place whun he played robber?"
"lie inunt have been bravo if ho did.
I liko to bo wtiero it'* all ulivo mid
bright." Mho sighed with rofiel whuu
they ntood ouco more in the broad October
daylight, They strolled round tho
corner ot tho homo and looked up at
wo mighty, over-spreading boughs of
"It roininds mo of when I used to b*
a boy," remarked the young man. "I
waH very fond of nuts in tltono days.
That old tree aeornti to be full of thorn.
Wouldn't it be fun to got up tiiore and
pick Nomo? Have you over been up?"
Nellie shook lior had. "Thero's no
rope; bosidea, T don't climb ropes; I'm
"Hut here's a good ladder," rojoined
her companion, pointing to one that
lay under tho end ot the houso hard by.
'Whv, hj thore is! 1 never saw it
"Tho fairies mint havo brought it oapeciallv
for us. Let's see if it will do."
lie lifted, and nut it nKaiimt the great
bole of tho tree. It just reached tho
fork of the lower branches. "It couldn't
bo better!" exclaimed the youug man,
onthunaiticallv. ".Vow. Miss Nellie,
will you walk upstairs?"
Nellie hesitated; but thero in a great
deal more of the bird and the squirrel
jn a little girt than of tho mole; they
move heaven ward more readily than
tho othor wav. Under Morford's guidance
and protection, his hands nolditu*
tho aide* of tho ladder on ouch side of
her, aho clambered up atep by stop,
until at last thov found themselves
standing in a aort of hollow, cupshaped
place, thirty foot above the
ground, with tho brancfiea atretching
out and up in all direction*, each an big
a? an ordinary iron. They overlooked
the flattoiiod roof of the old house, and
had a tine view all about tho surrounding
country. The breeze blow aweet
and fresh, the sunshine twinkled down
between the loavoa, and the nuta bobbed
againat tiieir headfl. It was line. Nellie
had nevor been un in a tree; but now
ahe thought it would be wile to spend
most of tier time here. It was more exhilarating
than any other habitation
111(1 K llllff DI.
"This is just like a littlo room," she
said, with a delight/nl nmilo at Iter com*
panion, who timilnd bnck. "And see?
hero is unotliar almost as big on the
othor lido of '.ha grout branch. I'm goiug
to climb over into it."
"Mind you don't fall, then; lot mo
hold your hand."
Nho scrambled across, and Morford
Int'hor caretuily down into the broad
crotch. After a moment she uttered a
"Oh, see f Hero's a great big onormoui
hole right down into tbo true! it's liko '
looking down ii chimney; its till hollow I 1
And hero'* something sticking in a (
crack in Him *ido of it. It's an old piece 1
of paper, folded up, with writing on it."
"Look out you don't tumble down the
hole," Maid MorforJ, looking over at
her. "Take tho paper out and hand it j
up to me; it may be somothiug ?in* '
portent, I low do you supposo it gut
there? Porhaps tho fairies put it there, 1
or a squirrel, or a magpie, or something." 1
fche gave him the paper, which bore 1
the signs of age, though, considering its 1
position, it wn* in remarkably good
preservation. He opened it, glanced it '
over, and then saidt
"Yes. Nellie, it is important. I think 1
it will internal Miss IJillon vorv much ?
nml Mr. Corviu ton. Wo will dhow it
to tlioin. Lot ih cut down before ho
"Mint wo co clown no noon?" mid '
Nellie, roxrotfuilv. '
"Never you mind," replied Morford
cheerfully; ''we'll coins hack aa oftou
an wo illce."
(lO llK COMTfNtT.li) 1
OiVVK III MM l,r U!\
The Nliif i?r of Mnrii l'?rrf Surrninlrr? to
Ditontc*' lo tht Intfltlj'iim.
I*aitKicnuiiuito, W. Va? Sept. 25.?
Thoninn II. iltirnem, who killed tho
negro, Mark i'orry, nt Waverly, HiIh
county, Inflt Saturday night by Mnbbing
hitn with a knife, and ha* been at large
ever "luce, cuno to the city lhii morn*
ing and gftvo himiolf up to Hhorifl
N/>tci<\i rtwpaicn tone mrr uicwtr
WANiii.suton, l>. Hflnt. Kolly
Hi?in lun Iioimi n|>|M>infotl prut mm I or Al
Tomoii, (Jnboll county, vico 1*5. II. i'orry
RESCUED PBOIB TORMENT.
Every Joint la HlR Borly Raolcjd
Coult^not Slovo 1>U Arm ami Wtt* In
CoiiNinut 1'ulii?A Xruo Htory of n
William F. Miior, No. 18 r?rk pluco,
/iiitirivilltt, 0., wriiiw: "About a ymr
uuo 1 liutl to ouit wnrlf nil n>i>niiiit of I
UUoumMlimii. 1 bud tlio diseuHo in my
hi pa, buck and urina?in fact, in every
joint in mv body. The pain w*h intenau,
mid I wutferod the moat oxcruoiatinR
auony. My doctor could not do any*
tiling for me, ami 1 tried every remedy
that could bo auuj;eatoi; none of thorn
did nm any mod, ami finally my joinia
bacaiun Hlitlonn 1 and aore. At timet 1
could not movo niy ri(;Ut arm ami wai
in coiiatnnt pain, i procured u boillo
of Munyon'H Klummatiam Cure, and
within a abort turio was coinpletoly
cured. 1 am frei? from atillnnaa and pain,
and cart cheerfully rocoinm#iid Munyon'a
Kumudy m tiio beat 1 huve evor
Munyon'a Rheumatism Cure ncta al?
moit iustanUueoualy, curing many obshnato
caaaa in u fow Jioura. it ja guaranteed
to euro rheumatiam in any part
of ti?o body. Aouto or muscular rheuiDalimn
cured iu from ono lo five day#.
It never fulls lo euro sharp, shooting
pninti in the arms, lug#, dido, back ur
breast, or sorenusa uf any purl of the
body iu from one to throe home. It
promptly cure* lamouess, still ami swolleu
joints oiid all paiue in the hips and
Ioin?, chronic rhttuinatiitu, tciulicu,
lumbairo or puin in the back are speedily
cured. It seldom failn lo give relief
after one or two doios, and almost invariably
cures before one bottle has
Muuvou'h Ilomu-npathic Home Rem*
edy Company, of i'iiiladelphia, put up
specific* fur nearly every diaouso, which
are (toll by druggist*. mostly for 25
cents a bottle.
SAW CIIKMCSo OIUlW.
Ilie First Woiiitin Wiin Nnttlort on th?
hltM of Wlint Is Now n <Jrsnt Metropolis
u I)) In?.
The oldest sottlor in Chicago ii seriously
ill and her death is a matter of
only a few hours.
Mr*. Kachaei Klirn was (ho first of
her sex to come to-Chicftgo, arriving
Horn in June 01 ihj.i, wnon ma only inhabitants
wore ttio Indiana umi a few
lolUieri at Kurt Doarborn. Tbo lir.it
night tiiul she arrived, in company with
her fuihur, hiiu dlcpt on th? tinv in tho
barrack atablos, and sinco that tiiue
Mm. Ml*in hut noeii intemiclv interallied
in the growth of her beloved city.
Kacliael l.uudy win born in I'etwortli,
Sussex county, Kngland, coining to
America with her parent* when alio
was tbrse yuan old She was married
threw timoa, lirst to William Dennett,
July 4. 1833, to wliomiho bore two sons,
William, who died young, unci ilenry,
woo in now a contractor in Topeka,
Kaa. lier second husband was Jarne*
U. Appleton, whom wife the became
December 25, IyI-, and by whom the
had throe sons, George and iJaniel,
now doad, and Jama* II., (lie ex-aldermail,
who roiidos at 3240 Calumet avenue,
and with whom alio has lung made
her borne. In 1857 alio became tbo
wife of William Elaiu, who dud in 18M.
Mra. Klam has among her uirtat valued
treaiurea a medal given her several
years ago as the olden settler in thin 1
citv and a copy of tho firat newspaper
published here. To tho very last she
bus bceu an untiring reader of tho
paper*, kooplng wonderfully well posted .
on all uiattors pertaining to tho city's
growth, politics and financial questions.
At tho time of tho (air ahe made a systematic
study, of the great exposition
and one dav creatod qmto a little sonsution
by registering at the Illinois build*
iug, where the date of her coming hero
aroused no little interent iu the vigorous
old lady. At tho present time, whou
tho liac law is being bo widely discuued,
Mm. Elam claims to have boon the lint
to agitate that queition, for wheu making
a patriotic apeech ovor lifty yours
ago at the sclioolhouse thou on the cornor
of Clark and llarriaon streets alio
locUrod thut if alio evor hud any inHuonce
inedncationul circlos alie would
have the stars and stripoa ovor ovorv
public school in the land.
Mra. Klutn's illness be^an last Wednesday,
since which time sho has suffered
terribly. Tho inteiuo heat of last
week ia thought to have increased the
lander. W ithin the lau few days she
liav Hont for all her friends and family,
talking calmlv and rohlirnedly about her
ipproachingdeath. La?t night she saw
L)r. P. N. llenion, of the First Baptist
shurcu, which congregation alio joined
thirty years ago, when it numbered only
fourteon members, xiio having boon u
llnpiiat for sixty yearn.
Tuizur. are many good roaione why
rou should use Ono Minute Cough
Ihiro. There aro no roasona why you
should not, if in neod of help. The onlv
harmless ruinody that produces immo*
iJiate result*. Loyan Druu Co., Whool*
Inrc, W. Va., H. 1\ I'oabody, Heuwood,
vud Howie (fe Co., Bridgeport, O. b
It. ?V O. e?p*? n Km irsloii to the I'ltCnl?
11 r;?li Kvpoalllou.
September 10, 24 and l?t), CMobnr 3, f>,
10, 1*? and 17, tho llultimore <t Uliio
ICailrond Company will *ell excursion
tickets to Pittsburgh and return at rate
-< * > .I.UI. In ?.lml?.lnn tn
ntpmitlnn. Ticket* tfood to return on a
all regular trains two <Uyi from ilalo of
Try It, Try It.
Dr. Htory'i flve*tninute bend*
I UC. noho euro, tlunraiiland to cure
iirk or norvoim hflnriadio in live milluIoi.
Hunt liead?ah<t cure on earth. Try
it; only ton mm In. For nhU by all drug^lMt(*.
Itaod, Itobb A Iireldlng, Wliolo*
Milt* AlTOIltH. _ MWAV,
In n rocniit lettnr to the manufacturer*
Mr. W. R llenjamln, editor of
(tin Hpeetntnr, Kuihford, N. Y., ?ity?:
'Mi mnv lw? it nfmiiiiirn in vnii to know
Clin hitih oitooin in which Uhambor.
Inln'n m"dlcinoN nro hold by tho pootdo
of your own Btiito, whoro iliny mu?t bo
boot known. An mint of mino. who roniilot
Nt Dnjrtor, Iowa, wan about to vinit
mo (t low yottn nines, and boforo lnnvinir
homo wroto mo, ink inn if thoy worn
Hold lioro, idntiiiix If thoy wore not nlio
would brim; o <|unntitv with lior, on
dim did not like to lie without thorn."
Tlio medial lie* roforrod toaro UhamborIniii'n
Uoiiifh Iteinody, fntnntia ror it*
citron of cold* ami croiitif Ofiamljorlaifi'n .
i nni IJflltn for rlifliimntiBin, Imoiu buck,
piilin In tho mdo and choit, anil
tJhamborlaln'H Oollo, Cholnra mid
Olarrhooa Itamodv for bowol own*
plaint*. fhoio iiiodlelnai linvo boon In
militant una In Iowa for altnoiit a qunrtor
ol n country. Tim pooplo navo
Unrnod Hint thoy ara ortlrlna of irroat
worth and niorlt, and unoquiled by any
Children Cry for '
Pltoher'B Castorla. I
rv\ Fairly ju
S-AjJ ? Pearline. N
fl precedence be]
u I //V breaking way
JL / ^/ Now, why
\iJJ dreds of mi
Y\ \ have been used
fT\( 11 y?ui
. (J \) KJ ^ Pearline
iCi r L
^ out any n
\ C* u vhe ht
\ w washing.
IllMli ' fItfT'ffV
BEPLI IB GOIU'S I
For sale at the Intelligi
or mailed to any address on r
The Intelligencer Pi
Custorln Is Dr. Samuel Pitch
and Children. It contains 11
other Narcotic substancc.
for Paregoric, Drops, Sootli
It is Pleasant. Its gttarui
Millions of Mother*. Gusto
?tlio Mother's Priond.
"(<A?torla Iihi well adapted to children (lint
I recommend It aa nuperior tunny proscription
known to me." II. A. Ancnrn, M. P.,
Ill Bo. Oxford Ft., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Tbouneof 'Cnntorin' In eo tinhrrmal anil
It* murtU 00 well known Hint it wraiw a work
of mipererofatlon to endonto It. Irow an* the '
l?Ulll.?t wli.i iU ,.nt L.?nf>
rllhln way rr&cb.M
cakios marttk, p. p.,
Ni'w York City, !
Tun Cerrim <
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# BREAKS U
5 Sott EmrwHtn-SSc a?o 60c
i HIIRO MBDICINB CO. (Formerly 1,1
"HE THAT WORKS
mped into success
tight from the very start. \'Qt.
til these hundreds of years of
lind that old fashioned, back,
of washing with soap, too.
was it ? Why is it that hunUions
of packages of Pearline
in the few vears since iku
/ ? Mil)
lound was invented? JUst
washing and cleaning v. ith
for a month, and you'll
away the rubbing, but withsk
of harm. That puts it
:ad of every known aid fur
V SSS &
1i B; Conkey Company,
PRICK 25 CENTS.
iNCER office, Wheeling, W.Va.,
eceipt of price.
cr'd prescription for Infants
cither Opium, Morphine nor
It is n harmless substitute
ling Syrups, and Castor Oiliteo
in thirty years' use by
riu Is the Children's Panacea
CaKtorin euros Oolle, Constipation, *
Hour Stomach, Diarrhcca, KnicUtlon,
Kills Woruu^ rIvcs riwp, and promotes dk
Without Injurious medication.
"For several )tam I Law recommended
your'OantorlA,1 and shall always continue to
do so cm it lias invariably produced bnnefictal
edwin f. raides, m. i>?
12.th Street and ?tli Ave., New York
Towmv, 77 Miiuut frnierr, new York Cnr
,f\ amrn HEALS \
11 i 85*
JB 9 Bruises, 2
* Scratches, f
^ MBBk B,t08 of i
n fr /jTf Arilm?lsondf
$ Vf Buaa, etc. J
& 0 5 Tmtei Good, i
J ff Smell* Good. ?
P A OOLD. J
I'm Bomc. Ho He tier. No P?r. i
?>?ton, w, v?,i spRtNrti>im.i>i o. j
-ean house with
PLAIN AND FANCY
f f JQB WORK
Nofttly and PromptlyBx#ciut?a