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K'->oh MM,
ABSOLUTELY PURE
THE OLD RELIABLE
SWEET CAPORAL
CIGARETTE
H?? stood the Test o! Time
MOF1E SOLD THAN ALL OTHER
BRANDS COMblNEO
DINNEK BETS.
Half Price Sale!
OF HAVILAND'S
DIHHEB SETS.
Sat $125.00 for $62.50.
Sot 100.00 for...- 60.03.
Sot 70.00 for 35.00.
Sot 75.00 for 37.50.
Sot 34.55 for 17.25.
JOIN FRIEDEL & CO.,
v 1119 MAIN STREET.
V ? . ?
RUMMER RESORTS.
Kenilworth Inn.
Uecan find Kentucky Avenue, ,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Full ocean view. Every modern appoint
ment. Elevator to ?trcrt level, Culslnc
?and service of the highest standard. Ca
pacity 200. Illustrated booklet mailed with
?peclal weekly rates.
Jt* ? G-. IP. POPE.
LEE WHITE SULPHUR SPR1HG3!
Hardy County. W. Va.
? (Formerlv known as Howard'a Lick);
will open Jun* 2). The waters contain a
larger per ccnt of soda than any otln-r
sulphur springs known In the Virginias
and no l'.me. 'Hot nnd cold sulphur hath?.
? Dally mall and connection by telephone
with the Western I'nlon. Round trip tick
ets over the Haltlir.ore Ohio from
Wheeling. Pamphlets can be had at this
ofHre, Addr****
lei: white srT.pnrn springs ro..
__jeS Mathias. Hardy County. W. Va.
Grand Atlantic Hotel.
Virs'iiln Avium* anil tli?* Itrnt'li.
ATLANTIC C'lTV. N. .1.
entirely new. Capuclty ~<0. K>) ocean
rooms. en suite, with bath. Will op^n
June Cl>. IS25. Hydraulic passenger eleva
. tor# from street. Lighted throughout \>7
electricity. Orchestra dally, booklet con*
tajnlns. terms nnd showing hotel, new
.gaplanailc.. etc.. upon application.
CHARLES E. COPE.
ALFRED W Y.MAN".
jel? Proprietors.
THE ALBEMARLE AND COTTAGES.
Virginia. Avm'jr, C'otr to l'rncti.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Location cnlral and aMrnotlve Motel replel?
with ail e^cciicncle*. Cai?l(tc "nil ?enric?i tbs
hLsliest ttsndnrd. Cat^clf i*?0. Illustrated
bcoklet nmlled upon application. The term* are
rea-nnable. ? CHARLES E.COP&.
THE FRED0N1A,
Tennessee Arnm^nnd Uenrli,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Unobnrueted ocean view. Home comforts.
Rate* moderate.
31 US. (iEOK.tiK W. ('ARMANY,
tel*? Proprletrc?
MONTEREY HOTEL,
VIIK'.IMA AVKXl!li,
ATLANTIC CITY. N.J.
CLOSE TO Tin: HKACIL
' Hot and cold sea water batht. and all idace*of
Interest. Kiilanrsd and iinnroYed. KxeeUent
table. [u?r31 E. K. NEWCOMER.
Hotel Metropole
u: I:a\ K.I!> OKXHY IORK AYKNL'K.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
1 Now o|?cn. SirlctH* first elan in ail Its ap
pointment*. Wrllo for ralc<
FKAXK II. STAMU, lYnp'r.
HOTEL. ? HTGLEN,
Michigan Ari>nn?, near Uracil,
ATLANTIC CITY, N.,I.
Kates ?S lo RIO per Week. Ileateil.
' ?flrsend for HookleL
rar'iu ?r. X]. TlSTilD.
rpHF: ALGONQUIX?FORMERLY tITe
X Mansion, corner Atlantic and Pennsyl
vania avenues. Will open Juno ^7. und?r
new management. Thoroughly Renovated,
Refurnished and Decorated. Elevator.
American plan. $2 per day and upwards.
Europwn plan, Jl 00 per day and unwards.
Cafe attached. Cuisine and service first
class. C.EORGE A. HALLARD,
]nZl Manatfor.
FINANCIAL.
O. LAMH. Pres. JOS. SKYHOLD. CasMir.
J. A. JEFFERSON. Ais't. Cashier.
BAM OF WHEELING.
CAPITAL *200,000, PAID IN.
WHEELING. W. VA.
DIRECTORS.
Alien r.rock. Joseph F. Paull.
James Cummlna, Henry Itloboraon.
A. Reymann. Joseph Soybold,
Olb?on Lamb.
Interest paid on *.p*ciHl deposits.
Isnuew draftn on England, Ireland and
Scot la ud. ' JOSEWi rtEYROLl),
_tnyU Cawhler.
ANK OF TUK UillU VALLEY.
CAPITAL- $175,000.
WILLIAM A. I SETT PreHldont
WILLIAM H. SIMPSON?Vice President
Drafts on Englnnd, Irolnnd, Franco and
Germany.
DIRECTOR.
.William A. I sett*, Moi timor Pollock,
J. A. Miller, William M. Kimp?on,
E. M. Atkinson, John K. HotL>rord.
Julius Pollock,
jel J. A. MILLER. Cnshlor.
JgXCliANGE HANK.
CAPI TAL $300,000.
.? N. VANCE Prenldent
JOHN' FREW Vlco President
DIRECTORS.
J. N. Vuncv. Ueoruo E. Stliel.
J. M. Urown, William ElllriKhuin,
John Frew, John L. Uckoy,
John Waturhouse, W. E Stone,
\V. H. Frank.
Drafta Issued on England. Ireland, Scot*
tend .nd un POl??Lc?,h|or.
AN AWFUL CRIME
Which the ltruto Ci-cntiim Would
Not lie (iullty or.
WORSE THAN INHUMAN MOTHER
Tlmial. llrr Viiniiii t'lillil Into liar Ktlr,
? ml Until* II Tliarta while Ihr l.llllr Oil.
llairitral In Aklin?Tlir lonarlalral
I'riaptr Wanted to I.jiiiIi llrr
l*raiinl?r*aitH|irral>- .1 italic. I'miaril Tlirm
III AIIimv Ilia taivTalkn ll* Cnura.?t*l
"ally I'uiiiiiI Uiillly ?t Jlnr.lrr III llir
I la al l>rni rr nml llialij(ril.
laOUIHVJIiLH, July 1C.?A appoint io
' the Courier Journal from IMknvjl'l*. Ky?
auya: Mows reached licrc yaMerdny from
Cobiirn, Vn? to thai a.ffect thai Mary
StniNlRriini aviin IuuirkI hi that pluce Inat
Friday for thq murder of her chili). The
Snodnraaa woman was a disreputable
character, unit wua compelled to leave
this place on that account. She wont to
Coburn, where her child was eared for
by ncKroi'i until It waa about a iiion'lli
old, when ft waa turned over lo lia
mother. She did not want It. and tried
to Kct rid of tb,. chllil In varloua way*.
I h" enmity Judge I..1.1 her that she
would have to provide for It, ami alio
took It to her home.
One night about midnight aomi> pooplo
IIvIiik close by heard the tittle una
screaming. Uhtck smoke was neon Is
suing from the chimney and the dour
?V,nM ,M 10 ascertain the trouble.
ri?o child had been placed in the tin*
and tin. mollier wan holding It In place In
the Haines with a long Iron poker. It
was burned almost to ashea.
The Inhuman mother wa* arretted
and placed In Jail. The Infuriated p.?o
p." wanted to lynch her, but tho prom- ,
Is*' or speedy Jimilcc caused them to al
low the law to take Its course. She was
tried - aim convicted of murder in the i
llrnt degree. I
The parents of the woman live In thin
county, .she wan married to n worthless i
man when she was about sixteen yeurs 1
i'M. and noon separated from him. Sh.?
was about I'S yers old.
Ari-plriita l(i Slrnmrr*.
LONDON, July 16.?A despatch from j
Zanzibar received here to-day reports I
that the American bark John D. Brewer, |
Captain Sjogren. went ashore at Pan
gawanl. The government has ntfnt a
vessel to the assistance of the Brewer.
NEW YOHK, July 16.?The John D.
Brewer Is a vessel of 926 tons burden
and halls from Boston. Iler owner Is
Charles Brewer. She sailed from .\VU
*"rk on April 14 for Zanzibar.
\ July 16.?'The steamer Mo
oii/*. Captain I-iyland, or the Atlantic
Transportation Company, and bound
from this jHjrt for New York, collided
with the British steamer Storm King,
bound Tor Baltimore, nt Gravesend to
vessels sustained damage to
tn?*Ir bows.
\ORK, July 16.?The steamer
i.oiorado, from Brunswick, Ga., which
was beached last Tuesday after collid
ing with a scow, was tloated to-day.
llir Public Kyr.
Atchison Globe: There is probably no
other Influence that causes so much evil
as the baleful inlluence of the publlceye.
Take, for Instance, a girl who can recite.
soon as she has be?n encored on the
stage she becomes a nuisance lo her
it. UMd a bort* 10 tlw public. Th
publlc eye has affect-d her. and ahe wUl
never again be content with her corner,
i he officeholder who refuses to retire
l'' I)r'va:e life after he has once held
omce is another victim. The singer who
Keeps on singing at amateur entertain
ment* when she Is a grandmother Is
another. The clw&p actresses who began
their downward career at school ex
hibitions are also victims. The public
eye has more victims than whisky, and
they are a greater menace to a commu
nity. for the reason that they siun no
Pledges and make no efforts to reform
*rii?nliotml riinrgr* Piled.
SAX FRANCISCO. July 16,-John F.
Lewis. who was dismissed from the rail
way mall service on June 1. after having
?served six years as stenographer In the
superintendent'* office. has tiled sensa
tional charges against Superintendent
hamuel^Fllnr with the Postmaster Gen
eral at Washington. Lewis asserts that
ne was discharged because he testified
against Flint a year ago when Clerk Col
ver. of Los Angeles, preferred charges of
drunkenness and favoritism against his
cnier. He charges also that A. C. .Ma
hone. K. c. .Murray, J. R Mandevllle, of
ba cram en to, and K. B. Spear, all clerks.
\\ n> have been dismissal within the past
twelve months, were dismissed for the
same reason.
Dnti't Itrllrvr .^Inrro l< Drntl.
N'KW YORK. July 1G?Thomaa Katrn
Ila Palma, the Cuban alelegate. when
k8^n*at the Junta headquarters last
night regarding Jose Maceo's reported*
death, said. "I have no advices what
ever regarding the matter, but I do not
believe the news to be tru*. It In ab.
surd, said Senor Palma, with emphasis,
to think for one moment that Maceo,
who Is beloved by all Cti!)ans, could be
murdered by his own people.
"As to tl^? alleged race war reported
to haw broken out in the Insurgent
ranks, that In all nonsense. The Span
lards have often tried to spread the same
reports, hoping to Injure our cause."
?V M iirdrroittt V.ovr-r.
MITCHELL. Ind., July 16.?While re
ulstlng arrest for the attempted murder
?r hlH sweetheart at Tinslev Bldge, a
wnall Inland town near here. John White
shot nnd Instantly killed Thomas Fields,
u lute has been calllirg on Mlsn Nettle
Atkinson for some time, and lately she
accepted th>? attentions of another young
man of the town. This so angered White
that he Induced the girl to take a ride
with him and when but n short distance
from her home he attempted to murder
tier, stabbing her in the breast and neck,
and leaving her for dead. She shortly
recovered consciousness, nnd Thomas
J'J'J'l" an,l others attempted to arrest
>V hlte when he shot nnd Instantly killed
Melds. White is still nt large.
In Sympathy n ilh <'tilin.
To the Kdltor of the Intelligencer.
CLARKSBURG. W. Vn.. July 16.?
a here seems to.be a strong sympathetic
sentiment for the Cuban patriots among
the young meq of this place. There
promlr.es to be a movement to organize
a company of volunteers for the Insur
gent army. Prominent among the. agi
tators are Sartorls Long, son of County
Clerk Long, and Boy Alexander, brother
of the sheriff of Harrison county.
Dr.itli nfn 1'roniliiriit fjHvjTr.
NlOW YORK, July 16.?Jolin Cameron
Slmonds. formerly or Chicago and a
member of the lllnol^ bar. Is dead at the
Wards Island Insane asylum, ills health
broke down completely about two weeks
ago, due ?n overwork and his mind iu?
fvming nffeeted he was removed to Pel
levue hospital and later lo Wards Island,
where his death occurred on Tuesday.
Mr. Slmondti was an authority of tjie
? rl m I rial law nnd wrote a great deal on
that subject. His writings on prison re
form have also made him noted.
Will CtililMi Mniitliun?'oit*lr.
NHW YORK, July in.? A special from
Washington says: .The United States
nnd Groat Britain huvd agreed upon
July 1K as the dale for .the simultaneous
publication of the recent negotiations
for an International arbitration treaty
with particular reference to the Venezu
elan controversy. While the corres
pondence will show that there are still
important points of difference between
the two countries, It will also appear
that there has been decided progress
toward an amicable settlement.
SITUATION IN CRETE
l? Very Urtxtr -T.uUUI, .lUunt rra 4'?i|.
tluiirto lie 1'rrprtrnlrd,
NKW^OHK, July Id,?A despatch lb
the Morula from At Iron* nays: A illn
patch from Catieu stales tluu Tuesday
e J cuing, uiicr u (vnsulur council, one
;>f tho convuls declared tho situation to
bo very grave. n>? military authorities
nro assuming tin aggressive nttInitio,
1 fpnural Mtitlinoiu In that Abdullah
1 anlfii In utrlvltiv. in conjunction with
the Mussulmans, to prevent an on ton to
from being brought about.
Tho .Turkfl AVtru repulsed yesterday
by iho Christians. Tliu affair wtin a
engaged U * ftfPce of tl0c>l)>t belli*
The military nullurltk* tiro acting
"f tho Vail a ml
ho Instructions received from Comitate
tlnonlH. The .Mussulman po|f\ilntloii 1.1
working actively with tho Turkish
uimy, with tho iiniial vexatious results.
Woven men anil two women who were
engaged tin iKirvestors have boon mas
sacred at KoHtitn). lleports come In ulv
n(r an account of fighting nnd hIIIuk
lug In live vitiligo*. Those have render
ed tho consuls and tho native Christ.
Inn* pessimistic regarding tho possibil
ity of jnaklng peace.
THE BOND INQUIRY.
i hr Mcnalr Cuiiiinlflrr Mmy lUporl uu llir
Nolijrt l Itcforr Full,
WASHINGTON. July IC. ~ Senator
l!arrl?, ohalrman of tho senate commit.
tro to Investigate n-vent bond Issues,
say? lio has not yet determined whether
the conimlttec will wait until fall before
KOlnjr on with Its Investigation, or will
complete tlu? work, frame tin; report,
and mako It public this summer.
? i ,!nsi adjourned subject to
ino call of theYhalrman, nnd the present
pur pone is to wo It until fall before con
t nu.ng the Inquiry. <hit .Senator Mar.
ris says that conditions may arise, |ncl?
dent to the campalKii. that would make
It desirable to present ull the facts and
r--poit to the public at once. In doing
this he ? added, no political motives
would b?? involved, ami tin* only purpose
xvould l?e to clear up doubts nnd tin.'
rounded charges arising from a national
contest. The chairman says that If
public misapprehension should arise on
bond questions. It would not be Impro
per to give the public the amplest in
formation without regard to whom it
would heiiuilt or Injure.
PITTSBURGH CLOUDBURST.
,\\rrr Xot K??"Wrn?|ra - Only
Our I.tfr l.oftl.
PirTHUUHGII, July ll?.?Last night's
report of the Hood and storm were not
exaggerated. The property loss will
roach JjOO.QOO, and may exceed this
amount. As far us known, but one life
was lost and that Was In a railroad
wreck, caused by a washout on the Hai
ti more & Ohio railroad near tiufTey's
Motion. A shifting -tngino run Into a
landslide and was overturned. Thomas
Jaquay. of Hruddock. who was riding on
tne engine, was crushed to death En
glneer Hushes was probably fatally
hurt ami Fireman Williams sustained
serlotu Injuries. but will recover.
Many small houses In the Butcher's
Run district. Allegheny; Lawrenceville
and Junction Hollow. Oakland, were
swept away by the flood, but fortunately
the occupants escaped before the rush of
i water came upon them.
I Dlfllrillttr? In ihr \\*y.
DKXVER. Colo., July 16.?Advices re
ceived here by the Populist leaders in
dicate that then* will be many dltllcul
t ea to overcome In the Populist conven
tion before the endorsement of Mr. Hry
an for President can be secured. The
main difficulty, it appears, from these
advices, will be found In securing the
co-operation of southern Populists in
this movement, though many of the
northern members of the purty ure also
raising objections.
The objection of the southern men Is
directed more against affiliation with
the Democratic party than the candl
A I'rcnltnr Arrlilrnt.
TOLEDO. July lC.-Buiralo Dill's hand
wagon was driven under the Fort
Uuyne railroad bridge, at Masslllon, at
ll o clock, and ull the occupnnts scraped
9 , ouV musicians were frightfully in
jured and two will die. The fatally in
jured ure: Guitteppe La ure chest
crushed, will die; Plocco Uomenlca. in
??"r hrnrt' may d,e- The wagon
was drawn by eight horses, which gut
bejond the control of the driver.
DM Yon Ihrr
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
, your troubles? If n.it, get a bottle now
I and get relief. This medicine has been
,btf i)ocu"arly adapted to the
relief and cure of all Female Com
plaints. exerting a wonderfui direct
nMuence in giving strength and tone to
.?.?rgiins- If you havo of Ad
petite. Constipation, Ileadache, Falnt
[ng Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless
^xcitable. Melancholy or troubled with
Dly.y Spells. Eicctrlo Bitters I, the
Druy Store!1 DrU*
MRS. RHODIE NOAH, of this place
was taken In the nlfht with cramS
illarrhoea set in.
She took half a bottle of blackberry
cordial, but got no relief. She then sent
to me to see If I had anything Umt
would help her. I sent her a bottle ,,f
Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy and the ilrst dose re.
Heied her. Another of our nelKhbors
tad been stck for about a week and had
tried different remedies for diarrhoea
but kept Kettl?B worse. I sent him
his same remedy. Only four dbses of
It were required to cure him. lie says
he owes his recovery to this wonderful
Mich ?M"ry SlbU'>'' Sidney.
Of Mercury!
"c,n7 Roth, of 1848 South 9th
? , ?v ^01?f. Was given the usual
?"?catnient for contagions
blood potson. lie w;ls twjcc pronoimc
,. Cllrjl1' 1>?t the disease relumed each
time, he was'seized with rheumatic
pains, m^red lumps and sores cov
orcd his body.
"I was in a hor
rible fix" he
sayr., "and the
more treat
ment I receiv
ed, the worse I
seemed to pet.
A New York
specialist said
lie could cure
me, but his j
treatment did i
" W><fV,lj//' me no good I
whatever. I was stiir and full of
pains, my left arm wax useless so
,'H .e tWa\ 10 ,l0 the
lightest work. Ibis was inyronilition
when 1 began to lake *. S, ,S? and a I
lew bottles convinced mc that I was
hc.np licnelilted. ] continued the
medicine, and one dozen hollies cured
mc sound and well. Sly system was I
wo, II "'C Cl,iCCls of lm'rc'"0'. and I
would soon have been a complete
wreck but for S. ,S. S."
US;,,H; S- ["""mnlctd purely mjcliMr)
is the only cure ' I
for real blood dis
eases. The mer
curial treatment
of the doctors al
wayn does more ? ,
harm than good. Rewarc of mcrcurvl
Uoolcs on the disease and Its treai
incut mailed free to anv ml,i? . '
Swift Spcclllc Co.? Atlanta >
Camping
?
'picnleiiig, mul tramp
'ing excursions have
C- theirnUcmlaiitdimgera
J of cbntige of water, over
eating, overheating. Ifor
' a stomach imposed upon
f orin anyway mistreated, use
fteHROWN'Sj
Jamaica)
O
er
Nothing gives sucli in
stant relief? sotfealth
fully and lastingly Stim
yulatesandstrengtliens. /
8of<f everywhere. Ask fbr
itvS
KUKI> llltOWN CO,,
.1 l'lill?ilrl|>liln.
WOULD IT BE HONORABLE!
Tlir llnl Hrniiliifi nf llir <'11l? nvf Pint
furni?Soliirtliluu to Think AIhiiiC.
The Financial Chronicle: Wo never
iiiC'tlilltt with politics, We have likewise
always careful to avoid an far ax
practicable discussion of subjects In
tliu'S'.- columns during election periods
which have become through conven
tion platforms mutters of chief differ
ence between parties. Uut there in
something much higher than mere pol
itics at Issue now. Something higher Is
Involved than even business Interests
or material Interests of any kind. As
we said last week and shall most likely
say many times again during the next
two or three months?national honor
and the principle of Individual honesty
as well as Industrial safety are staked
In the contest. When a party declares
for the free coinage of silver by the
United States alone, it declares for sil
ver monometallism, for free coinage by
this country alone could not be adopted
without at once bringing the country to
a silver standard.
Wh?n the same party declares Its op
position to the Issue of bonds to buy
gold to keep silver at a parity with
gold, it virtually says, In the light of
existing facts, we Intend to get the cur
rency down to a silver basis as speedily
as possible and keep It there; In other
words, by such avowals silver mono
metallism Is evoked and espoused as
directly and positively as words could
do It. That being .so. those who favor
that policy are seeking to confiscate
one-half cf every individual's savings
except those or" the rich, whose prop
erty and securities are of a nature not
to be affected except In small measure.
We need not ask Is that honest. There
Is no man with any conscience left but
will answer it Is not.
Again, those among the advocates of
such a system who are in debt subject
themselves to the Imputation of Intend
ing to force their creditor to take fifty
cents on a dollar in payment. That
might be made legal?but would It be
right? So It might be made legal to
pay the United States debt with sliver
according to one of the threats the plat
form contains. Uut Congress having
many times said that "coin" .meant
gold, and all our outstanding bonds
hiving been negotiated on that basis,
would It be honorable to force silver
upon the holders? And yet the Inten
tion of these people as declared In their
platform can have no other meaning.
PBAIBIE PHILOSOPHY.
Atchison Globe: A man will promise
women and babies anything to keep
them quiet.
It Is the frills that cost. Fried liver,
potatoes and calico cost almost noth
ing.
No girl who Is afraid to stay at home
plone in the evening should ever get
married.
Tf ten people go to a picnic, seven are
managers and cuss the driver of the
wagon.
A woman should at least be grateful
for one thing; she Is never asked to be
a pall-bearer.
Every woman over forty years of age
seems to be taking something to make j
lwr thinner.
A woman hates to ndinit that she
can't get married. This Is about the only
Interest she takes In love.
No wonder women believe In mar
riages for love; they know that few
women can be married for beauty or
money.
What is the sense In giving any one
a name? Hoj^riever called by it, ex
cept on his wedding invitation and
tombstone.
A crowd of women on a porch can'
make more noise and say less than
any other collection of creatures known
to the scientific world.
Though a husband Is a greater source
of income to his wife than her cow, she
nev. r looks at him with as much spec
ulative pride.
It must be pleasant to sit around
with a pretty girl these moonlight
nights, but It must also be a terrible
bore to hear her talk.
Until a girl reaches ten years of age
It Is a pleasure to receive little atten
tions from her. for you know that she
has not yet begun to think of marrying.
Wc don't see why a woman who Is
marrying the second or third time
should blush when talking about her
marriage, any more than she should
blush when buying a pair of shoes.
Itrltcf in six Hum**,
Distressing kidney and bladder dis
eases relieved In six boms by the
"NEW GREAT SOUTII AMERICAN
KIDNEY CURE." This new remedy
Is :l groat surprise on account of Its
exceeding promptness In relieving pain
in the bladder, kidneys, back and every
port of tho urinary passage In malt}
or female. It relieves retention of
water and pain In passing it almost
Immediately. If you want quick rellof
and cure this Is your remedy. Sold by
It 11. List, druggist. Wheeling. W, Va.
IN the vicinity of Hoquet, Westmore- i
land County, Pa., almost anyone can
tell you how to cure a lame back or stiff |
neck. They dampen a piece of tlannel
with Chamberlain's Pain Rnlm and bind
it on the affected parts and In one or
two days the trouble Inih disappeared.
This same treatment will promptly cure
a pain In the side or chest. Mr. 13. M.
Frye, a prominent merchant of lln- I
quel, speaks very highly of Pnln Halm,
and his recommendations have had
much to do with making It popular I
tl*ere.
^ ''''"'Over T'lfiy Yritva i
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething, with per
fect success, it soothes the child, soft
ens the gums, nllnys nil puin; cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy for
dlnrrhoeu. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
HUKNS are absolutely painless when
DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve is prompt
ly applied. This statement Is true.
A perfect remedy for skin diseases,
chopped hands and Hps. and never
falls to cure Piles. Charles It. CIoe17.e,
corner Twelfth and Market streets;
Itowlo k Company, Urldgcport; Pea
body & Son, Hen wood, 0
MARKED DOWN 8ALE-OBO.
TAYLOR. ^
-OA.3VE33K.]CO
Underwear!
THIS "WEEK.
GEO. R. TAYLOR,
r-?
?THIS IS j3l? ?
MARKED DOVHSiLE!
OF Til H HN'JIHE STOCK oMaIIIES' ?
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC GOWNS,
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC SKIRTS,
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC DRAWERS,
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC CHEMISE,
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC CORSET COVERS.
Rvery piece MARKED* DOWN in,plain figures and
conveniently arranged on counters 'and tables on the
lower tloor, near tlie Main street entrance. Our Under- ,*j
wear is all made of the best materials and especially ?
o: (or our own sales, and can be recomnijjided. We have ,
o | never found any Underwear equal to AVKS. KAUFMAN'S
,! in shape, workmanship or finish. TlliS'lS THE MAKii
I we now offdr you at MARKED DOW^N PRICES this
? morning and during this week. Cothe-^arlv, while the ?
? j stock Is full and complete, and you will be sure to be ?
? I suited.
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
0
LEATHER BELTS.
At present our stock of Belts isjbetter than it has |(
j been at ;iny time during the season. v 1
POCKEIBOOKS AND BAGS in real Seal are marked
very low. >i '
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
25 PER CENT 0FFTailor"m'ulcDresses,DressS,<irt'i>
Capes, Jackets and Lawn Wrap
pers continued at the Reduction of 25 per cent off rcg- ?
? i ular pricc.
?
SHIRT WAISTS!
(| MAIIKKI) DOWN TO AMI 50 CENTS.
GEO. R. TAYLOR
/N ? ? ? ^ ???? m
castor i a
for Infants and Children.
THIETY years' observation of Castoria, 'with the patronage of
millions of persons, permits ns to speak of itwithont guessing.
It is unquestionably the best remedy for Infants and Children
the world has ever known. It is harmless. Children like it It
gives them health. It will save their'lives. In it Mothers hava
something which is absolntely safe and.practically perfect as a
child's medicine.
Castoria destroys Worm
Castoria allays Feverishncss. J n
Castoria prevents vomiting Sanr Card.
Castoria cnrcs Diarrhoea and Wind Colic.
Castoria relieves Teething Troubles.
Castoria cures Constipation and Flatulency
Castoria neutralizes the effects of carbonic acid gas or poisonous air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opinm, or any other narcotic.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tho stomach and bowels.
giving healthy, and natnral sleep. ' I
Castoria is put up* in one-size bottles only." It is not sold inbnlk.
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything clso on the plea or promise
that it is "just as good" and "will answer every purpose."
See that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Tho fac-simile . ? ? is on every
signature of
mapper.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
LIGHTNING
;w"ES ? $ fkT ?E,4LS
Hi .St
w w r /" s Bruises,
Flux, U B t? Scratches,
Cholera I* Bites of
Morbus, Animals and j
Nausea, M EJt Buas, etc. '
Changes of | | fig S g ^ Ta.t? Go=o
Water, etc. ^J) jg fijf Smells Good.
BREAKS up A COLD. ?J
k ' Solo EnawHtnc-2SC aho SOc Pen Bomc. S'o Ruicr. Ato Ptr. )
HERD A1RDICINB CO. (Formerly of \V?Mou, \V. \?.) SPRINOFIULP. 0. A
""" "EVERY WOMAN
Bomttltccs nrcOi mrollnblr, monthly, rc^nltting nicolnno. Only h?rml*? f'
tho purciltlrupi ibouldjlo vaeo. 11 you nam iho Ikwi, rpI
Op. PeaE's PeimsB^FfijyaS Pi8is
They nro prompt, mte noil cortrln In roialt. The cenntni (Dr. Teal's) nf**r din?*
' nolut, S^nl*uynh?rc, 51.00. AOdreu l'CAt Mr.wcitt3 Co., ClCTCUntl, U
For mIq by CUA3. R. COETZE, Druusiai, tuceoasor la McLalns Pharmacy. J"

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