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JOS JORNE & CO.,
PenaJlTfi. and FifthSL. Plttsbargli.
Tl'bsdaTi Oct. Ml, L8UX
Matorials this season are exceedingly
stylish. In tho plain
weaves Zibeliues, Vigunmas
and lioucles aro much in favor
for the handsomo traveling
dress. Reception and carriage
drosses are in materials of tho
/i <?? - i ...
more iiuiry aim uropy num.
- In othor stylos wo oiler rich
and beautiful Scotch ellbcta at
$1, $1.25" yard.
Imported Yigoroaux, in tho
two and throe tonod woavos, at
$1, $I.2J, $I.)0.
English and French .stylish
cord weaves, fully 50 difl'oront
shades to select from, at
$1.2), $1.50, $I.7J.
You have been told how tho
same cloths can besoldchoapor
elsewhere. Don't beliove it.
Wo havo good ones in al^ the
nb\y shades, at
50Ci 75c, $1, $1.25.
For tho extra fino Tailor
$1.50, $2, $2.JO.
Somo of theso makes of
cloths aro not elsewhere, but
hero at tho lowest prices.
Iniorted Mixed colore in
at Joe and 75"c,
that are values extraordinary.
Writ? on r M M L O HORll I> KPARTMES r
for HAXt'LKUod any Inform ?tio *. \V?
h*v? tlioui.in.U ot I'miomnri that do
tfUUFI'lXU 11V SIAIU
WRAPS?J. S. RHODES \ CO.
Matu Who no
11 DM IIlUpO,
THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
Over 500 Styles to Solcct From.
In addition to our large stock,
new ones coming daily by express.
If you want style and
value call and sec us.
v? ,v .' I
J. S, Rhodes & Co.
U WEST VIRGINIA,
Allium* ."U w) Hlioro r??l <*ati h? Mnti'l.
llow tnatiy |?cot>> ?r<* WitldarJuff where tliny run
golortno Mimmcrto retrain iiielr lioattli nn I
Hrcnclh and flftd Uio pmjHir condition nrid *ur?
rounding*. N?who?o tmterttian ?t linvKilai
. f< rpnm i?lf. grind vi^wr*. l?ontitlful drlrci flu-?
l.iwn?. Iiemlork travel and* i>lrmro?'ii|n trout
brook rMiming through tho |ilw<\ Hunk U?a
In tho rhmi. room* In fire von moil rofmhliiK
Tallin fiirul?1i?d with Mil froili
frulti nri'l rwtiblt-* und wliolemme rooking.
HwlmtnliiK pool, tennli. bowling, blllinr.i parlor,
cwqnai iind *nlfijdld llrorjr attach*!. Tun
tnllea ffiin Oakland and lfci?r I'atfc. T?u rotluifo*
mill mnln nolH. Ilntiw |7 to HO por wook.
For dcacrli'tlvacircular. *ddr???
H. PftKHtDTT WRIGHT.
jf< |trnok?M?. W. yw.
TRIMBLE & LUTZ COMPANY,
t SUPPLY HOUSE.
I'liimljlnz nml Clin I'lilliiif,
Sleaiii mill lint ITnlor llrnll nx*
A full Moo of iim Colobratad ??
SNOW STEAM PUMPS
-?? Km'IC<imt<nttr on Hhh'I.
"yy I LI, I AM UAItK A BON,
OAS AJIIl HTK.tJI HTI'MIK
No. 3H Twelfth Htrnot.
AltWnrl, ll.i n,1I'r "''I HI' 1 HftwmWl Mill
inhuman & 5u,
And Mnniifnoturarn of Mnrlno nnd
ttlt WIUKUNO, W, VA.
Of Armonlai) Olirlailana by the
IN THE VERY FACE OF THE REFORMS
I'romUotl by llto Sultnit Another Out*
ragn Ocour#?3Iou Woman antl
Children Munlorml lit Pol (I Mood.
Many ol tho Womou Huhjtwrml to
Cruol linllffiiltlcs?Turkltili OttloUl*
Full (o Arrnut Mouthers of tho Mob.
CoMsrANTiNorLf, Oct. 38.?Another
tarrihla inunHrtcra of Artnoniiuu. uccotn>
pan led by tho outraging of women, is
reportol to bavo occurrod quito ro*
contly ia tho Uuiburt district, botwouii
Krzoroum and Trubizond. According*
to the newi received hero, a mob of
about 500 Museitlauui and Lazes, tho
croat majority of whom were armed
with Mariinwler.ry rillos, made an
attack upon tho Armenians inhabiting
several villagea o| that viciuily, and let
fire to their hoaseiand schools. ( An the
Armenians Hod in terror from thoir
dwelling, they wero alio: down as they
ran and a number of men and women
who wero captured by the rioters, it ia
added, wero fattened to stakes and
The Armenian women who fell into
tho hands of tho mob, it ia ttlso assert*
od, wero outraged aud brataliy mutilated.
it is ulio eiated thai tho tiiuruhus
wero desecrated aud tho villajea pillaged,
tho cattle and all tho portable
property of any value bolouging to tho
Artnoniana being carried off bf tho
marauders. During tho disturbance lot)
Armenian* wero reported to have boon
killod. Tho surviving villager! applied
to the governor uf l!aibnrt for protection.
who, after hearing thoir com
plaint, Hunt throe policemen to tho
scene o( the massacre, alter the slaugh*
ter waj ondod.
Tho J'urkish official*, it is claimed,
know the ringleaders of the outbreak,
but, apparently, no alepi have boon
taken to arrest them.
Tho number of Armenians massacrod
at Erziugjau ia now said to bo noveral
The Turks, it is atatod, havo also at*
tarked tho Armenians in the district of
Gumuahdach, near Trobiionde, and
havo slaughtered ininy of them.
Till: XlC.llt.UiU4 CIN'AU
The Project m Yiawetl by Ilia I.ondun
London, Oct. 2&?As cabled to the
Aaaociated 1'resi last night, tho Titnoa
to-day published a three-column article
on tho propoied ship canal?to join tho
Atlantic and I'acilic oceans, through
the republic of Nicaragua. Tho article
ia written b<r A. it. Colquhoun, a correapondent
who waa specially sent by the
Time* to Nicaragua at about the ti:no
tho United titatea government comtniaaiou
wont to that country in order to
report upon the feaibility of the plana
of tho maritime canal company of
Nicaragua and the Nicaragua canal con*
truction company. In Nicaragua Mr.
Colquhoun met tho United Slates com*
tnlsaiou, and in underatood to have
thoroughly studied the plans for the
inter-oceanic waterway, iio arrived at
tho conclusion that tlie project cannot
be carried through at a private enterprise,
but that it must be under tho
auapiccs of "aome strong government,
which without doubt must bo the
The Time*' correspondent is convinced,
however, that tho cost of cutting
the mugo'tod watorwav will bo
nearer S15O.1XW.OJ0 than ?100,000,OJO.
Continuing. Mr. Colquhoun says:
"As rogarda tho political aspect, confidential
communications nro said to
have passed betwoen tho British and
United Statos governments and no objections
havo boon raised. In nny caio
it would soetn that, under tho Clayton*
liuiwer troatv of 1S60, any connection
between tho Atlantic and I'acilic by a
nliipcanal ttiroucii mcarairoa win iikhiv
bo neutralised in tho eatuo way as tiio
Suez runni in 18S8.
"Tho object of the bill rocoutly pais*
el iiy ttin United States Moimto.it is
practically clour, it to acquiro control of
tho canal, and is a matter which concerna
not only tho (Jnitod Mates, but
Jiie ontiro world at law, more especially
Groat Uritaln. Out tor tho obstacles
hindering tho Unitol Htatos trovernmoot
itaolf in undertaking tho conatruction,
it would havo born completed
Ion# a^o. The work ia no xrn.it, the
bonelha nro ho transcendent, awl tho
interests involved aro 00 vast and complex
that it ahoul 1 bo removed from
tho chancel of privato ontorpruo, affeclod
ns it would bo by tho Btrinireucy
of tho fluctuation* of tho money market
nnd tho attitudo of tho government! of
Nicaragua and (Joata Kica."
Mr. (Julqtihonn also innpontod the
route of tho proposed canal through
tho Isthmus of Panama, and he o<timates
that, even if it is leaaihlo, not
inoro than one-third of tho work lias
? ? t -..-I !...? if I
IJOOtl OADCUtU I mix unit ? nmim ?uo?
largely over J?200.ou0,000 to comidoto it.
Il?? fu-'urdn tl'O ('ha^ron nvor and tlio
Culobra cut portion* of tho rannma
rnunl plnim ni boinir jniurinountnblo
obitodoi to tho completion of that ua?
Wlif Tlirrr May In no I'.lpnlloa In Now
Turk .Nnt W ? !<.
Nkw York, Oot. 28.?Jn?!ico Ilooeh in
tho tuporlor court to-day handed down
his tlociiiion oil tho application made to
romovo tho rooator, the oiublom of tho
Htato Democracy from tho official hallo?.
J lid go ISoitch irrr.uH tho potition
and drdorn tho roonter to bn romovrd.
Ifo Hate* that tlio pollco owonilMionora
actfld orronooitily hi allowing tlio Stato
Democracy tho n oof tho omhlum for
candldatoi for atntn oilier*,
An itppuil will bo taken to thotfonoral
torin of tho eupremo court whom tlio
ceio will bo arutwd and derided on
Wo(Jno?(!ny. Should tho court nimlaln
tho d^Uion of Jiitlirn Uoooh thoro inay
ho no olootion on Ntmuubor ai tho
timo will thofi bo too short for tho
jirlntinu of tho I.()'?),UtM nnd morn ballot
n, Thono miiot bo flnhhod by Mon?
day and tho tnnmiKor for tho printing
contractor* Ray* till* will ho iinpomlblo
if ihodcciilon Ik ii liiinn<l.
Noil I'll ANI? soli I'll.
(Jrii, Ilnirlioii Will Inlroiliinn lion, Oof*
iloii hi litilinnniMilu.
iKDtANAPot.ls Inii., Oct. UH.?(ionnrnl
Miirijnmlii (UrrlHoii Imi hrokon n lone
il?t o( iloellnaituiii to n<Mr<?i? nubile
n?n(ttiil>lna(*9 ntid will ii|i|i(tnr nil I In*
id At (or ID next Tlnir ilny nlulit In llilt
city with <ion. John It. (Jordoii, of Oou?
foJorntrt fnmo. Hnnnrnl lliirrifcm will
Inlroiliico Hm ox-Uiiiifoilnrnio, nml It in
nxpooliMl that, ho will ouiilrilmttt ?otn<i
ininriintliiu ro/nurki (in tlin ruMiilm of
lint war mi l tho rolntioiii of thu two
Will lla llio .UuguiJIuvut Maw Coil*
gruMluual Library ui WnaUlnyluii.
Washington, D. U, Oct. 88.?Tha
worki ol art intondxl to ilocorata Ilia
uow (Juogrodioual Library builJiuuaro
bugmalug to cuina iu alowly. Tliero
havo already arrlvad, boiiilai tba nine
?cul|ilurnl itatuaa dacoratinu Uio waitoru
iront ol tlio building, which ara
carvud in granita, Ihren of tlia oiubloinaiic
itauiui uf liaraia tiza for ths iiruat
t-onlral raadinu room. Tlieto ara "ilialory,"
by Cliarlei 11. Francli, "rfcienco,"
by Julia l)jiiai|hua, and "lfiiloiopliy,"
" ' W?-ii?? 'I'linr.t hat'A nlun
' ] *? * " V '.v.? ....... received
two of the iife-sj*ed bronze
itsiues for the reading rootu, one of
Gibbon, representing history, and one
of Chancellor Kent, reprinting law.
'Hie inrue froico painting by the artist
ttlackflold, of Now York, in the
inner concavo ceiling of the doiue, is in
progress, representing the advance of
loiter*, art find science by hold emblematic
figures which, it is bolieved, will bo
miicii admired by all resorsing to the
reading room. Oilier designs (or inural
paintings in the art Rall??ry, museum,
hails and corridors are far advancoii.
The congressional reading room, in the
wo<t front, id now being finished otl
with with dark oak panel ings, and the
two eruat mantel* of polishod sienna
marblogive a highly ornatoo'Ioct to this
beautiful room. Its coiling is to bo illust
rated by woven uMigns in large panels
by the artist Gutherz, now in i'ari*,
representing. it is uudurstood, the seven
prismatic olor^, interwoven with the
artist s ideal of the progrois of knowledge.
It is deiigned that ono of tho larger
library roetns shall ho used ax a lecture
hall, and litis is richiv but chaitly
colored in freico. .Many oi tho freico
ilecorations iu the larger halls and corridor*
are oxtromely beautiful, the prevailing
stylo, while exhibiting much
vurieiy iu color, being effective and
harmonious in a high decree.
About sixty thousand books havo already
boon removed to the new building.
It is not expected, however, that
tho present quartern will uo unauy
vacatod until early In 181)7.
ALASKA UciUMUAIiY LINK.
Tlio 4>nc?tlou Will It.i 1'iiroeil to n Spnnly
New Yokk, Oct. 28.?A special to tho
World (roui Washington says: Tho
Alaskan boundary lino question will bo
forcod to n spoody determination by
tbo nction of Canada, if not by somo
diplomatic inovo on tbo part of Secretary
of State Olney. It is announced
that the dominion government intends
to direct the mouuted police to assume
control of tho whole frontier along the
Canadian boundary of Alaska, with
powor to coiloct custom* duty and to
hold courts martial to try criminal
"The American and Canadian boundary
hues nro in conflict an to 7.3 mile*
of torritory along the Yukon river ou
tbo oast anil west line. Tho diiputod
torritory embraces t lie mouth of FortyMile
creok through which access is had
to the Ytiluablo J'lacer mine* at the
headwaters of that stream. Tho Canadian
police in carrying out their -Instructions
will doubtloss assume jurisdiction
up to the lino* of the Canadian
surrey and aoveral thousand American
miners who will bo iu that region
shortly will be subject to their authority.
.Secretary Olnoy, it is thought, in view
of tho more or loss serious character of
tho situation, will make aomo etlort to
bring up the dispute at the liorlngaoa
convention next week.
In case of trouble along tho frontier
in tbo Yukon mining region tho United
Stales district attorney at Sitka has tho
authority to employ deputy marshals to
proservo law and order, but it would
talro several months for tho news of tho
disturbance to roach him atSitka.
i'OIHONKD CAW BO, GOOD 4
Hick t'lftnmi (Juoata at a iiuntlngton
Sj*c a' 1)./patch to the InWH-jenctr.
IIi'ntinoton, W. Vjl, Oct. 28.?At the
Adelphi, the loadintr hotol in this section,
all has boon oxcitoment to-day.
At an oarly hour about lifteau of thu
guosts began to manifest siens of poi"'"l
iinc.i ehnlit half of tha llied
ical fraternity havo boon engaged in ut*
loading to tho wauls ot tho autToring.
All woro prononncod out of danger to*
night oxcopt IJotuor 81111th, a promiuout
hoiol man at Point i'lea?aut( who Iiim
in a critical condition. Mating canned
froodt ia supposed to bo tho cauio of the
A FfjAT IMfM/ltlfi.
Tho Attempt l? lUurgmim tli* liamoc*
nicy In Houllieru Wont Virgin u.
Special Uitpatch to the 1'Urt iunutr.
Huktinoto*, W. Va., Oct. 28.?Tho
allompt mado by the nomocracy to roor^anito
the political clubs in tho rural
diatricts ha* ao far provod a Hat failure.
On Saturday lint several of tho formor
clubs wero called to moot in this section
of tho Btato. but tho crowd expoctod nt
most of them Uid not mnterinlizo. In
some plncoa n low mom bora havo tnnt
and olectnd oHlcors, but thu attempt to
whip nil iu lino is not liko it usod to bo.
The changes in tho times havo had tho
olloct of driving many foriuur Dome*
crate to the Republican party.
? Mnil??nvillc Nolca.
Social PHvatch to the luUlthjeiteer..
Stkummvills, Oct. 28.?A drunkon
row on Church atroot this evening ovor
a woman ended in n shooting a(Tray.
John Jordan shot twice at Thomas Far*
rn, UOlll IHIIMHI iniiiiiK vhu
tlin nock ami tlio other Jn hit loft arm.
Jordan oicapod arms', .and his victim
hinv die* iiolli iro colored.
Word cmno Imrn this rvtmlnir from
llloomitiKtott, Iud., that Jonopli Hill, of
tliim city, had died of injuring by beititf
rim oyer by a freight train thin afterrid
on nt Hint place.
ulccfi yield In Itn lieallnir ikjwcw. It remove*
tlio |K)lMon nnt1lMill<IfiU|) flic nyiitctri
Public Pr atuo Irom Emlueut Citizens
Iteforeiice* to Complcto and 1'oriua*
uont Cure* in TlmuflamU of Cawo*
Wlioro lMiyHlcluns lla?o Fulled?Hot
a Froo Copy of Munyon'* Guide to
Health, A?k Your Dru^-lst for u -3
Cent Ilnttle of Munyon'e ltc medic*
and Corn Your*elf.
Mr. II. 0. Binith, No. 040 I'erry treat,
Newark, N. J., aay<i: "Alter several
f?hy?ician? tfave up my caae a? beyoud
their skill, I wrote to Prof. Munyon. 1
bail dyspepsia and constant distress in
the stomach, cbronie diarrhwa, catarrh,
wiin coniinuni tiropimiy u> iuub?<
tlio throat anil stoppage of tho none. 1
uttered so mucii froiu rhoumatiam in
tlio shoulder that I could scarcely move
my arm. 1 ulso had kidney trouble,
with backache and welliuc of the lent
and ankles. In fact, il would be hard
to lind a more obstinate and com plicated
casa,juiri I could scarcely believe
I'rof. MunyonV stptomuiit that. Ilia
reyiediei would (fore ine. Cut 1 cnnfes*
freely that 1 was completely cured by a
Bhori course of .Muuvon's Iteinedlev. 1
wish to particularly recommend bis
new catarrh treatment as tlio mildeit
and yet the mo?t promptly curative of
any I have used."
ibo Munyon Kainndioi efloct prompt
and poaitive euros iu tho innst obatiluto
caieo. A nonarato cure for ouch
disease. At all druggists, L'!> cent* each.
Personal lottera to I'rof. Muuyon,
1505 Arch treat, Philadelphia, Pa., answered
with free medical advice for
From All Allegrd.?.iirldu Wlto Sara He
Win lllr*il InSwaai' Pujuely.
Sas Fjunciico, Oct. 23.?Tho coronor
to-day received a letter aiffned George
Iloynolda, saving the writer'* body
would bo touud iu the bay and confess*
log ho liad boan eiuployed by me auorneya
of Theodore Durrant to manufacturo
testimony in the murder casof of
Hlaucbo Lumout and Minnie Williams.
Tlio lotlor saya live other mon wore also
employed by tlio defense toinako false
statementa. Tne object was to convict
Rev. J. (Jeorgo Gibion, pastor of the
Kmanuel church, of the murder of both
girls. Each of the five men was to
swear to u part of a story which in its
eutiretjr would probably convict Gib*
son. The letter is accompanied by a
typewritten statement which the letter
saya Jtoy nobis was instructod by the
defendant's attorneys to swear to. The
policoare invo?tigating the matter, but
will not admit that the lotter is a hoax.
A Tug lu llaugiir.
Cleveland. O., Oct. 28.?Grave foara
aro ontertuinod for the safety of the
tiahin^r tug Florence M? which put out
from J/jratn during the galo this morn*
intc. After sho left the port nothing
was seen or heard ot her at Lorain and
it was thought she had foundered.
Captain Murphy was in charge, 'lhe
crew waa made up of live men including
Kngineor Montgomery. All ure residents
of Cleveland, lno tug put out to
lift tho nests of tho L A. itanney Fish
Company, of this city. A furious gale
has raged on the lako since laat night.
Manistbk, Mich., Oct. 23.?Two children
of John Con ley, agod five and eiz
your#, were smoiherod by smoko and
dieil laat night. They had gotten socio
matches and set the bedding on tiro.
Ri<Qu?ttu'i i uttire 11 >m?.
Loxdom, Oct. 28.?It ia roportod that
ox ^ueen Liliuokalaui hai bought two
ostates in Australia, in which country
sho ih expectod to arrive in tho autumn
of 1890, after a long stay ia Loudon.
lloso Ronu, Oct. 28.?An oxtonaivo
anti-foroign outbreak in expected at
Canton. Four hundred bravea, oniiated
bore by the vicoroy, havo gout to that
This reinody ia becoming ao well j
known and ao popular a* to neod no
special mention. All who havo uaod
Klectric liittora aim; tho samo song of
praine.?A purer medicine dooa not exist
and it ia k'uarnntood to do all tbat ia
claiuiod. Electric Hitters will euro nil
dieeaaoi of the Liver and Kidney*, will
romovo Pimples. Boil*, Salt Rhouin and
other nfloctiou* causod by irnpuro blood.
?\v ill drive .Malaria from the sjratom
and provont ai well m euro all Malar.
i i i.' ....
101 lOVOri.?J."ur uuid wi iionuttuu, wuatipttion
and Indigeation try liloctric
Uittnra?Kntiro aatiifsction guaranteed,
or money rofundod.?Price 60i% nud
$1.00 nor bottle at l/)2an Dru# Co.'s
lJrujr Storo. 5
ir III* lUbjr I* CalllHC Tunlli,
bo mro him! uio that old and well-tried
romed.v, Mum. WinhloWm KooriiiNu
SvRDr'/or children toothing. It aootiics
I ho child, lofteus the gunn, allaye all
pnin, cures wind colio and i? tho best
remedy lor diarrlicoa. Twonty-flve cents
a bottle. ^ MWFitv
Ttru I.ltm H i v?f1.
Mrs. Phcobe Thomas, of Junction City,
III., was told by hor doctors she had
Consumption and that tlioro wai no
liopo for hor. but two bottled of l?r.
King's New Disomy completely curod
Iter and sho layn it saved hor lite. Mr.
I lios. Kissers, 139 Florida Hu, San Fran*
oi?co, sulrerad from a dreadful cold, ap*
proacliiiiK Consumption, tried without
result omythlng olne, thou bought ono
rtl I lr. Iv i N"i?W Diannviirv nml
in two wcoki waa curod. Ho ii nnturnllv
thankful. It ii audi remits, of
which thiMO areanmplof, that profit tlio
wonderful ollicacy of thin medlcino in
CoUtflm and l-'oldi. l'roe trinl botlloi nt
l/.min Druji Co.'a Drugstore. ItoRular
nixo bOc* and $1.00. 0
Advicoa rccolvod nt Homo from Abya*
Innlu, any that tlio dontli of Kiuu
Monoiuk la unconfirmed, and it ii ovoti
Mated that ho in advancing towarda
A. 0. Hahti.ky, of MakIo, I'n., wrltoa:
"1 fool it a dntv of lumo to inform you
nnd tlio public that I'o Wilt's Witch
11 nsol Bnlvo euro I urn of n vory bid caao
ol ecxemo. it alio enrod iny buy of a
ruunlng now oil Ilia lm?. Lu^itn l>rtu
Co., Whoolllltf. W. Vl, II. K, IVnhndy, ,
I Ion wood, nnd liowio k (Jo., JUid/o*
port, O. ^ 7
It nt Mnlvii.
TlinlimUnivn In lint irnrld far cnti,
brnkunx, ?nrn*, nloor?, mill rhniim, Invor
niton, lolUr, nlmmio l Imnui, oliltlilnln*,
fdrrnii mid nil ?kln oriiiitlom, nml iionltlvaly
ourtu |illo?, or no imr nqillroil,
liu ininrmil'in I to Ki?o iitrlnok mitiilmlion
or iiioiiay rolun<lnl. l'rlio ail
rflnli por km. I'ctr miln by Uijnii Urili)
Anticipating an active
FUR - c
We open and place 01
morning at the lowest |
Alaska Seal Capes,
Electric Seal Capes,
French Seal Capes,
Russian 44 Capes,
V/ool Seal Capes.
On sale this morning ne
ioo pairs Fine All-Wool Bl
Extra Fine Blankets from !
Examine our Blanlcets bef'
Readymade Boncle I
DR. JAEGER'S and ot
1N0 UNDERWEAR, sep:
all sizes, for Me.i, Women
'c PiH/arrinwn 1
VVVJI1IWI I J 4-1MVI V.W ...? .
ing Cloth Night Go'
children, all sizes.
Night Shirts?all esp
H??Don't forget the great
Department offers to all
I CURES m t
t Colic, Sff i
\ Cramos, mam J
^ Dlarrhoep g g D
* riux, j* *
* Morbus, *1 (I j
f Nausea, a B MJ A
5 Changes of g ? f ] B
? Water, etc. M m \
t BREAKS t
J . So 10 C>cnrtfH?tc-25c AKD 50c
> IIBRH MliDICINU CO. (I'ojmctly o
Costorla U Dr. Samuel Pltclii
and Children. It contains n
oilier Narcotic substancc.
for ParcBorlc, Drops, Sootli
It is Pleasant. Its guaran
Millions of Mothcrv. Canto!
>tbo Mueller's Friend.
"0*itorlJil?M> well ndnpted tochMrcnthftt
t nvommood It m upchor tonn/ jircM-rljiUoa
kuovrn to roi'," II, A. Awur..i, M. ]>,,
111 ho. Oxford HI., ltrookl/n, N. Y.
"Thoavof '(VrtorU' I* tinlrcml ?rd
It* racrlU ro m-ll known tlmt It ? < till n wotk
of ?up?veroi,atlon to otitlof, It. IVrr ?r? tho
IfilrlHcout frunllim who ilo not kivp <JW;t*jrU
within om/ rnuV
C.Miun Mauttx, P. 1).,
New York citr.
Tim ('orrAtm <
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for ?il? l,r OIIAM It. flllitm i>',',i'ut|a.
DS-GEO. R. TAYLOR.
business this week in
i * * ? V/ ?
[i sale this (Monday)
Our Fur Capes are
from 25 to j6 inches Ion;',
with sweep from 100 to
We offer none that we
COME THIS WEEK,
ar Main street entrance,
ankets at - <?/! QQ
IjinQQ/jn Stylish and Chiip,
'IODDCDj Opened to-day.
her good makes of MERirate
and combination, in
-iouse Wrappers, Outvns
for women and
Men's Outing Cioth
jecially desirable for
inducements our Drapery
buyers. Something new
'A VT AD
/\ -w- HEALS
n # ?uts'
flr a Burns,
M M Bruises,
J m Scratches,
f| Animals and#
' M t J V' Buas,etc.
t Twtes Good. ! |
# Smells Good.
IP A COLD. ?
Pen Borne. Ho Rcucr, Ho Pir.
I Westoa, W. Va.) SPRINOFini.t), 0.
or's prescription for Infant*
either Opium, Morphluo u"f
It is a harmless aulutituto
ins Syrups, and Car.tor Oiltoo
Ih thirty years' uso 1>?
rla la tlio Children's I'auacc*
CMtorla circa Colic, (Vrrtlp.it kin.
Sour Htoimuh, I Harriet, Krufutlcn,
Kill* Wonu.\ gtag der\\ ic.l |\ruinol<? ?
Without injurious tor Heaths*
"For ivrrml years 1 Inm itvomnwffW
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tlonoiui It h<M InturliM/ jmrhiaxl tvarf**
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