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IS PERSONA GRATA:
Consul General Lee is lic'coming
Popular in Havana.
AMERICANS WELCOMED HIM.
Ill* Vigorous Action in the ('?? of the Im
lirUonril Corrf?i?oi??lcnt flir llnr|>cr*i
Weekly Kertorr* Cunfhleuce - Dawley
WMHnl^ftclnl (o .Many liiiliKiillIrs, and
tvasTlirmt into I'rUon for So Itraion
Ktcrpt that llr wm an Amerlrait-Mngtilur
Arflou of MfianUli Uovcrunifut
About Rtplotlvc Itullrta.
NENV YORK, June 8.?A special to
the World from Havana says: A local
newspaper prints on interview with
Consul General Lee on the subject of
lilH mission, In, which General Lee Is
quoted as saying that he came to Inform
himself on tho problem presented
In Cuba and would report to Washington
with strict imparlality and justice.
The reasons why he was selected
were: First, his great friendship for
Cleveland, with whom he Is identified
In Ideas nnd sentiments; and having
commanded Qen. K. E. Leo's cavalry
and being accustomed to reconnoitre
Is the better than anybody else able
to understand the kind of war the Insurgents
are waging.
Qen. Lee has visited the several
Americans imprisoned In Cabanas for
treason. He found the Competitor men
very wretched and in filthy quarters.
He will apply for their relief at once.
It Is reported that no formal charge
has yet been made in the case of
Thomas R. Dowley. the correspondent
of Hurpcr's.
it is expected that lie will be released
soon. He complains that his arms were
tied behind him when he was arrested.
una mat ne wits inreaicnea wu? uraiu
because he could not carry baggage.
Gen. Lee ha* received this letter from
Dawley written In prison:
'Sir ?I have the honor to call your !
attention to the fact that 1 am an
American cithcen. born in New York,
unci am now Imprisoned in a military
prison without having any hearing
whatever. 1 took up my residence in j
I Artemlsa about the llrst of Muy last.
The relador of th?> place threatened
I me with arr.-^t at the time because I
was an American. I obtained permission
from an officer in commaml there
I to remain. About a week ago thin ofll|
cer came to Havana and Gen. Melqulso
went to Artemlsa. The celador tried
again anil suee*?eded In having me arrested.
I was confined among political
prisoners who are awaitIng court martial.
"Trusting that you will give your immediate
attention to this case, I am
your ohedient servant,
"THOMAS It. DAWLEY."
(Jvn. Melrjuixo. who had Daw ley arrested.
is the same general who is
chanted with the responsibility for
many murders of "paclflces."
Gen. Arolas, whom he succeeded, has
recently gone back to Artemlsu to re- i
sum" command of the trocha.
Americans in Havana breathe more
easily now that Gen. Lw has come.
Ho has nieafed everybody. His prompt- |
ness in the Dawley case give* promise I
nf a vigorous administration of the
consulate In the Interest of Americans, i
It may be Interesting to know that a i
Havana newspaper has already noml- I
tinted him for vice president on a tlckct
with Cleveland.
Dawley has been in Cuba for somo
time as correspondent of Harper's
Weekly, ond nil the recent work of that
journal on the Cuban war has been I
from him.
Notwithstanding the reluctance of the
American government to recognise that
a state of war exists here/Gen. Weyler
and the Madrid government seem to
recopnlxe It.
In denying Gen. Bradley the permission
to visit Dawley In Morro Castle,
th" captain general used these significant
words; "Under Spanish laws no
foreigner can enter a Spanish fortress
In time of war."
The words are much commented on In
i Havana. They are commended to the
i consideration of Mr. Olney.
Another fact of much interest here
, Is the net of the Madrid government*
in sending a note to the powers com- |
plaining of the use of explosive bullets
by the rebels. Why. since no war ex- j
ists and the rebel government Is not I
j recognised as a belligerent powef,
ahdUld Spain do this?
It is customary for u itovernment not j
I only to avoid bringing Its domestic eon-1
I cerns to th<* attention of foreign powers,
j but even to resent any notice taken
by other governments of Its domestic |
I troubles.
"JIM. THE PZXXAN."
j A ltrKiarknlilr Conntrrfrlter?Pride Ufa '
unui.
NKW YORK. Juno 8.?Mr. W. ITazen.
cMef of the Mrcret service. came
on from Washington yesterday. Nlnger,
known for more than fifteen years to tlw
dvt- ctlves as "Jim the Penman," ' t
aus- of hte clever pen and Ink connterfeitn
of treasury notes, wan only a
few days before sentenced to nix yearn'
imprisonment. The maximum sentence
ts fifteen yearn or Jj.OOO fine, g? both.
It was expected that In consequence of
the dangerous character of N'lnger'n
work. he would get ten or twelve yearn
at least, cspe. ially an he had been for
, no many yearn practising his art. I
: anked C'hk-f Iktzen why Nlnger wns let
off no lightly.
"I suppose it Is because he pleaded
guilty." said Mr. Hazen. "and that the
court considered that as there wan no
plate work he wan not no desperate a
criminal."
Further inquiry showed that thechlef
I consld* red the man to he more dangerous
thnn the ordinary counterfeiter.
NJnger had no confederates passed all
his own counterfeit * and hence enjoyed
Immunity from detection for fifteen
or twenty years. "The plate men,"
f lid the chief, "never run 1 >np-r than
two or three yearn. Th" banks, with
more or less ert'o?, dele, t the counterfeits
and then the detectives are n'?tltid.
and in a comparatively short time
the party H run down.
A good deal has l?'-i-n said about Nlnger's
cleverness with the pen. and some
doubt wbm thrown on the ability of the
irea.'oiry d- p irtue nf detectives to conv.
I Mm rm t hi? tnnl/or .if tint uiiMilmi'i
note/. This was the very point that
....-urrrd i.? llaseu after lh- former
had t Into the hands of OeorRo
I:. Ilofji;, IiIm deputy, in this city. Ho
therefore laid plans accordingly Nin|
ger wan taken up to the rooms of the
secret service bureau In 11^* postofllee
i hulidlng ami questioned. Ilia "profesxI
I trial prlil"" a:? awakened by a ?lml|
I'-iiK", and then taking up n pen he
lltorally "dash- I .>fT" a portrait <>f
II.in :!i in exactly .-is It was on one "f
j t!i" *l'*0 notes. With equal celerity and
| raltbfUlmMM he copied a hit <?f the drapery
In the female figure. Then, with
| surprising accuracy he wrote Un- name
of ' S. itosecrans," register of the
treasury. Next he was asked to make
the (igure "20" In the border of another
note. It was done almost in the twinkling
of an eye. Finally he signed his
own name clumsily, itrutme to Hay, ,
under fh- wnrk. ami then wrote the J
chief's naine in a style ilrit eould not j
Ik Hiirpuss'd In the most delicate engraving.
When this work was compared with
the original and the counterfeits It was
seen i . I .1 perfect an duplicate print- j
ing. All tills was done In the presence
hi witlie; mcii and th" chief felt he had
n perfect else. Slut Nnger confessed
and sjfved further trouble. ||c also told
th?? < hlwf he would h-dp him In any i
way he could; but no help Is d -d.
Nlnger made three jpm hills <if the
l**arru?ut p irh.,lt, and of tiienu f!hlef
I insen liati two. "The Chief of the i
Mure,hi of Rngravlng." said M.r. Ha- ]
sen, "told ino that the portrait was j
V-ftQrt Thorn In only one defect In
thes notes, and thai 1m tbfit (lie word#
'Bureau of Kngraving' are omitted. 1
asked Nlmrer for the reason of this
omission and bis reply was unique, no
s.ild he did not want people to believe
ti n the ii >tes were made there, and it
would have been a lie. He oopfessH to
making four of the $100 notes with the
Lincoln portrait. We have one of those,
lie passed all his notes h'-ro Jn the
oust. One of the $100 bills, however,
ctime from the Portsmouth National
Bank, of Ohio, nnd was detected In
lSfll* by the Chase National Bank, *>f
this city. In getting Nlnger to Identify
u number of hi:' notes I ran in a
counterfeit plate note. He held it
closely to his eye* and threw it down
with disgust, saying It was nol his
work, but a plate counterfeit. Apparently
this Is a mania with him, apart
from any spirit of avarice that may
actuate Mm, He certainly is a most remarkable
man."
WOOD REPUBLICANS
11mv? * I.nr^c CoiiTrnllun-Kauilnll Kudnrtrtl
fur Ntnlr TrfMitrrr.
PAnKKRSBUno. W. Va., June 8.?A
Republican mass convention was held
in this city to Meet thirty-three dele
ginps rroni wowi uuumy w m>- i-umnominating
convention, which mcetts In
Porkersburg. July 22.
Tho convention waft called to order
by J. P. Laird, who rend the call, and
then named Mr. W. w. VanWinkle as
chairman.
Charles B. Smith. Jr., was elected eocretary.
All the districts were .represented.
The district delegations then held
caucusos to selcet delegates, and the
fouowlng wero reported:
Parkersburg?E. McOreery, P. B.
Burk. H. P. Tully. T. O. Tlultnck. C. B.
Smith, John Hogan. Akx Lnlrd, lirent
Rnrtlett, George McHenry. W. T. Henton,
Hubert Dickie, J. W. Dudley, D. D.
Kraft. Peter Brock.
Tygart~.\l. V. Truugh, W. T. Cook.
Steele?T. A. Oulnn, T. n. Morris nnd
Otto Schultx.
Slate?J. C. Ivlmes and G. S. Brafford.
Harris?Benjamin Dernberger and W.
T. Cot hern.
Lubeck?J. T. McMechcti and Porry
Nicely.
Cloy?Clork Nelson and D. W. Welch.
Williams?W. A. McKensle and P. H.
Metcalf.
Walker?C. S. Cain and Thompson
Devanghn.
TTnlon?James Hunter and C. W.
Comix*.
H. T. Tully.moved that the delegates
be instructed to vote for M. A. Kendall
for state treasurer as long as his name
1* before the convention The motion
went through with a rush.
The convention then adjourned.
Proctor DUtrlrt Itrpnlillt miib.
8p<>cial Dispatch to the Intelligencer.
PROCTOR. W. Vo.. June g ?The Hepublicans
of Proctor district. Wetsel
county, met at Red Mills to elect delf?.
gates to the various conventions. A. T.
Morris presided and K, B. Carney acted
as secretary. Delegates were elected us
follows:
State convention?A. T. Morris and
Jamet? Henry.
Congressional convention?jani'.-u iv
Sellers and O. W. Stansberry.
Judicial convention?William Carney
and Jacob Hlgglns.
Senatorial convention?W. H. Wyatt
nnd !i. J. Postlethwalt.
Delegate district convention?Stephen
Hlggln* and I. J. Carney.
County convention?William Shepherd.
K. J. Evans, Llndsey Palmer. <i.
W. Pegg, Sherman Huffman. John rain.
Theodore Carpenter. W. W. Yates.
Thomas Suter. John Wlngrove. W. D.
Wyatt. L. J. Postlethwalt, Charles Martin
and Charles Itogers.
It was decided that any Republlcnn In
the district who might he present at
any of the conventions could cast the
vote of the district. If the regular delegates
wen* not there.
I.lurnln for Ttninipaiiii fbr Amlllor.
Special Dispatch to the Intelllpencer.
HUNTINGTON. W. Va., June 8 ?The
Republicans ?f Lincoln county Instructed
their delegate* to the state convention
to vote for J?hn K. Thompson for
state auditor. This was the only Instruction
given.
Center DUfrtcl, W?lMl County.
Spodnl Dispatch to th* Intelligencer.
ENDICOTT. W. Va.. June 8.?The
convention of the Republicans of Centre
district, WetxH county, st this plan'
was the laruost ivr held: W. W. Lemasters
was elected president, nnd P. F.
Reams secretary. Resolutions were
adopted condemning th.- course of the
Democratic administration In tvgard to
(Tuba, advocating sound money, and
condemning the President on his attl
I tude townnl" pensions. Delegates wore
chosen an follows:
State convention?A. Clnrk, Stephen
Dean; alternates, L. C. Wool, A. 11.
Lemasters
Congressional?W. S. Fwann, T. ,D.
Morris; alternates, J. A. Lematfters, A.
H. Jackson.
Senatorial?'W. W. LemBsters, Ell
Carney; alternates, J. T. Kirk, James
Hurch.
Judicial?J. D. Thompson. J. A. LemnptiTu;
alternates, P. J. Kearns, J. !l
tlorby.
Delegate dintriot convention?A. W.
fitnwart, W. F. Miller; alternates. 8. T.
lllggins, II. Bogard.
Wrlwlrr fl?r Alklitum unit llyrr.
Special Dispatch to the laislllgencor.
CAMDEN?ON-GAlTLKY. W. Vn?
June 8.?A large and enthusiastic Republican
mans meeting was held at Addison
Junr flth. Great enthusiasm prevailed.
Hon. .lolm D. Hut ton made a
masterly speech and held the niultltu'le
of enthusiastic listeners spell-bound
for more than an hour. Websb r Ik hoIUI
for Atkinson and Hyer. Harmony prevails
and accessions to the party are
being made dally. The Republicans are
buoyupt With hopes of success.
REV. DR. LAMBERT BLUNDERED.
Clilraigo Mrthoillut JlliiUtrra ftrlitff lllm
to Hook.
CHICAGO, J tine 8.?At the Chicago
Methodist ministers' mooting to-day
itev. John Lee, chairman of the committee
on religious liberty for Protestants
In South America, presented n report.
Mr. Lee said In part: The editor
or the New York Freeman's Journal,
tlx- Rev, L. A Lam but t, LL. I >. w ho
some y<-arn ago deservedly secured
world-wide fame for his noble contribution
to Christian literature. "Note*
on Ingersoll," has an editorial In his
tmnor. entitled "Slntf Low. Genlle
men." In which ho expresses surprise
that Methodist ministers should bo no
"Imprudent In pushing themselves forward
as champions of toleration." Ho
regard! it as a "strange" nroceedure
that thoy "nre now appealing t? tie*
' pope In behalf of religious toleration
In South America." and humorously
asks. "would II not have been more
prudent and more modest in them to
have left the appeal to the pope In Ihe
hands of the Quakers or some other
sect, whoso founder wan not ho conspicuous
a persecutor of Cntholb
mid then assorts, "the Inflammatory adiIp'hwh
of John Wesley were lh?* prime
causes of the great London antl-Oathollc
rlolB In 1780. which resulted In the
death of nenrly f>00 people."
In fhe name not only of Chicago
Methodism but of world-wide MethodIhii).
tie- committee very respectfully
arkH the Hev. I?r. Lambert either to acknowlecfue
to the American people thut
he has blundered, or to give a direct
answer to the <|UeKtlon, what reputable
historian mak* h the assertion: "The lnllnmmatory
nddressen of John Wesley
were the prime en use Of the meat London
notl-Cntbolle riots In 17X0. which
resulted In the death of nearly f?00
people?"
Ml*UN'S are absolutely painless when
DeWltt's \\"ll?n llasccl Salve In promptly
upplh'd. Tills statement In true.
A perfect remedy for skin AIsciikcs,
hipped hands and Hp i. and never
fn I If t" care Piles. Charles It. ikieUe,
corner Twelfth and Market streets;
Mowle & Compnny, Mrldgcport; I'eabody
& Hon. Men wood. 0
MUNYON :
TALKS ON
DYSPEPSIA.
MOW TO CURE YOURSELF
In all forms of stomach trouble Munyon'a
Dyspepsia Curb will (iromptly
pain or Horcntw In the ?totnuch. Indigestion
?>r distress after eating pressure
and fullness in the Htonmch. shortness
of breath, poor appetite, coated tongue,
?our or bitter raising from the stomach,
heartburn, wind on the stomach, ci nstlpatlon,
dizziness, falntnoss and lost
energy.
When these symptoms are associated
with biliousness, yellow-coated tongue,
nausea, bitter taato In the mouth and
sallow skin take Munyon's Liver Cure
In alternation with the Dyspepsia Cure,
an hour apart. Where then la obstinate
constiputlon keep the bowels open
one.* n day by uslnj? .Munyon's Constipation
Cure until they become regular,
under the effect of the Dyspepsia Cure.
When there are troublesome heart
Hymptomn ulternate Mtinyon'H Heart
Cure with the Dyspepsia Cure, if the:-.;
Is great nervousness or inability to
Bleep, alternate Munyon's Nerve Cure
with the Dysix'pula Cure. If the blood
Is poor In quality alternate .Munyon's
Wood Cure and Dyspepsia Cure, fly
this plan of treatment one can eradicate
the worst forms of stomach troubles
and their complications, and make the
cure permanent.
A separate ?|>eelflc for eirh disease.
Sold by all druggists, mostly for 25 cents
a bottle.
Personal letters to Prof. Munyon, 1505
Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa,, answered
with free medical* advice for any disease.
EGYPTIAN THO0PS
In thr IlrltUli Army :'<>u?ht Nolily?A
.Night Cuqirlir.
riHKET, Egypt. June 7.-This point
was taken by Egyptian troops nt an
early hour this morning and their manner
of acquitting themselves In this, the
first engagement of the Nile campaign,
has given great satisfaction to the
British olllcers in command of them.
Tin' Egyptian forces left Akasheh. the
Egyptian outpost, last evening. June 6.
The movement was a surprise, as it
seemed to have been determined to
hold Akasheh as an outpost until the
s*:ason Ik past, and the period arrived
for ttr? advance upon DongoJa in ihe
littler part of August or in September.
The force responded promptly to orders.
however, and was soon under way
for this point. The distance Is twenty
miles and it took the whole night u>
accomplish the march.
The greatest secrecy had been maintained
as to all the arrangements and
precaution was taken to prevent the
news of the advance from leaking out.
The night's Ions march was pursued in
absolute silence. In consequence the
arrival of the Egyptians at the Dervishes
camp took the enemy comp!et< ly
by surprise. They quickly rallied,however,
and rushed to their arms. Far
from being routed in the lirst sklrmHh
of the attack, they stood to their
positions and made a stubborn defense
of the camp for an hour and a half,
during which there was hard lighting.
Tlx* dervishes were finally put to
route by a Hank movement executed by
the cavalry. Seeing themselves In danger
of being surrounded, the forces of
the Khalife took flight to the southward.
towards Suarda, pursued by the
cavalry. Suarda Is nearly a hundred
m!l"s south of here, but it Is strongly
held by a force of several thousand
uervinnos.
Reports received indicate that the
loss to the dervishes will amount to n
thousand men. Atnonp thos-- killed Is
the Kmlrammuda, who wan their cominander.
besides many Important chiefs.
The officers In command of Egyptian
force express preat gratification nt the
"induct In tW? mornlnp's tight of tho
Egyptians, about whom some doubts e
have been felt and tho Soudanese. who
have been looked to with confidence for
pood nghtlnp. Hoth the* Egyptians and
Soudanese displayed preat steadiness
and dash. Tin* Egyptian loss In the
tight was twenty killed nnd nUrltty
wounded. Hundredw of dervishes were
taken prisoner*. _
SIOO ItruurU SIOO.
The .readers of this paptr will be
pleasea to learn that there Is at least
oil? dreaded disease that science ha*
been able to cure in all Its stapes,
and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is the only positive cure
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, require!*
a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally.
acting directly upon the blood und
mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the disease.
and giving the patient Btrenpth
by bulldlnp up the constitution and assisting
nature in dolnp Its work. Th?
proprietors have so much faith in It!?
curative powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any cas?? that It
fntlu to cure. Fend for ll?t of testimonials
Address,
F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, a
Sold by druggists. 75c.
C'liolrr S'armtiiK I.ninl* In Kontti DuUoin.
Along the line or iw? i ntcuj;o, ,iimvuukeo
& St. Paul railway can now b- had
upon reasonable* terms. The crop prospects
were never bettor and a glorious
harvest for this year I* already nsnurrd.
Thousands of acres of unoccupied lands
In over twenty counties arc now open
for settlement. For further Information
address H. F. Hunter. immigration
Agent for South Dakota, No. 2yi l><arborn
street. Chlcapo, III. t&th.
Ilnlf IUlm in XI. I.otila, .Mo., * In tlir Unlitmorr
& Ohio ICnllwny.
On June 12, l?. 14 and is the Haltlm"io
Ohio railroad will Bell excursion
tickets to St. Louis. Mo., at rate of
one faro for the round trip account Republican
National Convention. Tickets
will be Rood for return until June 21.
MM.
In ease the convention continues In
session beyond June 21. nrrnng*?m<nts
will bo made to extend tin* return limit
of tickets until the day following adjournment.
For further Information call on or address
any Haltlmore & Ohio ticket
agent. or L. K. Allen. nr-sistant general
passenger agent, Chicago, 111.
I.ow Kvriiratoit lliitn lo Dritvrr, Colo,,
* In lltr llultliiiorr i <llilo Wnllrouil.
On Juno 11! and 1.1 the Haltlmore &
Ohio Itallroad will sell excurwlou tickets
to Denver, Colorado, at rati <?f one
fare for the round trip, plus $2?H), account
.Junior Order I'nlted American ?,
Mechanics National Council. Tiekots ~
...mi i., ,>??i r ... r..t nen Innvlmr I),.iivi>r I
Juno L'rt I ' inclusive. but arc subject [
to mi extension until July in. If deposl- j
( mI with Joint Ai.'Mit at Denver on or
before Jum- -<?, isiirt.
For further ini' irmatlon call , on or J
addr?*ss any Kaitlmoiv \ Ohio ticket I
HKcnt. or L. S Allen. Assistant (lencrul _
I'liwuffer Agent. Chicago, 111.
A llaml*Mitir I'.imiU on 'fimnirr Trnvrl.
The Baltimore K- Ohio Railroad Company
ban Just Issued a luui'lrfime book
(bwrlntlvo of the various summer resorts
In the inountalnH and by the seaHide,
adjacent to or renohed by Its ?y?tt'in
<?f lines.
It In finely printed and Illustrated by
n number '?f very Him? cuts. Send 10
oMitn to OIiuh. n. Scull. Kenernl passen- ?.
per agent. Ilultlinore, Md.. for n copy.
llurhlrll'i- Ai'iilt'M Nulvr.
Tim bi.Ht ttulve in Iho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, wait rhoum, fever
sores, tetter, cliapped hands, chllldulns,
corns, and nil skill eruptions, and posltlvely
cures piles, or no pay required.
It ts Kuuruntood to give perfect Mills*
faction or money refunded. Price 23
cents per box. l-'or sulu by hoguu JJrug
Conipuny. i
y"'in ;rtii-.iV. 'll
BIAltKBD DOWN 8ALR-OEC
GEO. R. V
SEMI-AW
MARKED DOW
T-X ni-ioo r* r1
UKtOO UV_
BLACK SI1
BLACK SA
In conformity with our cstat
have MARKED DOWN and
this morning our entire stock
WOOL DRESS GC
BLACK BROCADE
And PLAIN DRES
Making this the most profit
DOWN OFFERING for tho
have inaugurated since the in
custom. All fine Priestley Sil
tas, Euduras and Cravenetts:
Brilliantines and Crepons
DOWN and included in this
ingif you want a good dress.
LADIES'SUIT DEP.
25 PER CENT (
We will offer to-day anddur
entire stock of
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE
CAPES AND COLLARET
LADIES' LAWN WRAPI
LADIES' PERCALE WR
LADIES' BATISTE DRE
LADIES' LINEN DRESSJ
LADIES' WHITE 1'IQCI
And, in fact, everything in the depart
TloN of 25 PER CENT, or Of
Every dress and every garment of a
ular selling price marked on it in pla
sold we DEDUCT ONE-FOURTH of till
and garments are new and fashional
Come early. Don't wait until
as the best styles and sizes will sooi
GEO. R. U
What i
Ciistnrlu Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's pre;
anil Childreu. It contains neither C
other Narcotic substance. It is ft
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Sji
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is i
millions of Mothers. Castorla < <V
allays Fcverinlincss. Cnstoria pre
Curd, cures Diarrhoea niul W'iml Col
Teething troubles, cures OonstlpW
Castoria assimilates the Food, reg
and Dowels, giving healthy and nnl
is the Children's Panacea?the Motli
Castoria.
"Caatorln t? an excellent mhlldnc for | "Cute
cmidren. Mot it cis nave icpeaicuiy iuiu ???.- um> ? ?o.<
of it* good effect upon theft children." scriptioul
Dr. G. C. Osoood, Lowell, Mvs. k j
The use of Cdttorla is so universal ami its " Fot?f e
merits so well known Hint it accms a work CastorjR; i
of supererogation to endorse it. 1'cw are the so as jjVh
intelligent families who do not keep Costoria results.
within easy reach." UDVR3
Carlos Marty*. D.D., New York City.
"Wc.bf
" I prcscribc Castoria every day for children Pitcher's C
who ntc suffering from constipation, with | the oUivni
better cffcct than I receive from any other take plm
combination of dnigs " child'* me
Dr. l. o. Morgan, South Atnboy, n. J. ( ? ^ j
Children Cry for Pitchfci
fcUGiNE KVl
FiOACKES + BEDBUGS
JnfJ.POISONOUSl 25CTS J BE'
?Uti explosive* all dealers I m
"A HAND SAW IS A GOOD TH
SHAVE WITH.
- SAPOI
IS THE PROPER THING FOH H
for^^oby cuail 11. uok'r^ u bucccmoi
TAYLOR.
|L0R.
JUAL
I Hi
I SALE!
iODS,
LKS,
kTINS.
)lished custom we
will place on sale
Of
)ODS,
SATINS,
S SATINS,
Jr. (i<able
MARKED
. Ladies that we
traduction of this
k Warp HenrietI'ULio
fine Black
are MARKED
sale. Great sav
? Antimniim
rKIIMI.
?f.
this week our
j[>B ESSES,
SKIRTS,
1'ES,
BBS,
APPERS,
SSES,
BSiL
3 BRESSES,
rrffSt, at a RHDUC<?.fOURTH
OFF.
kind has the regie
figures, and when
: PRICE. All dresses
We. .
the last of the week,
i go.
1 XI* =
YLOR.
' 1 5=3
Or. :
> ?* ;
) *>1L
nl
s
icrlptlon for Infanta
ijiinm, Morphine nor
.liarmlosa substitute
laps and Castor Oil.
rainy years- use oy
<;stroy* i Worms and
rents vomiting Sour
lit. g Costoria relieves
Ion ' and Flatulency,
ulatcs '< tho Stomach
:ural sleep. ? Castoria
or'8 Friend.
Caetoria,"
iria U so well adapted to chttdftfl
snimend it as superior to any pre*
jumn to ac."
?1 Arciieb, M. D., Brooklyn, N. V.
tcT.1 years I have recommended
ind ahall always continue to do
as invariably produced beneficial
P. Faiwce, M. D.. New York City.
re three children and they' Cry for
lofctoria.' When we gire one a d?e.
E cry for one too. I shall always
*urc in recommending this best
uiunc.
' Rev. W. a. CooFKk, Newport, Sj>
r's Castorla.
r. mw TQWW CITT.
NSTANTLY*
MOTHS*ANTS*ETC;
WARE OF IMITATIONS.
KE NO SUBSTITUTF*
np;S-tth.v? .
IING, BUT NOT TO
If
LIO
OUSE-CLEANINd
Whtn Iti ilnulit what to ti?r for
Ncrvou* Debility. !.<?** of IWr,
lmpotcncv.Atrophv.VarieoctleaiMl
otbrr v.'cukneMci, from anjr nu*r,
lite Srune I'lll*. Drain* clinked
' uml full vik'or quickly rettored.
I r<i'-?i<viM. ??nli
I Maiiedlor9t.00:0boiea|&.a). With
m $.ViH) orders v c cive a cuaranir? ? >
n etire or refund tfie money. Addreil
9 P*Al MEOICI*"- ^0.. ('ItVetafld >.
to McLulna Pharmacy. 1*1

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