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THE SUNSHINE OP PAST AGES.
How It Wa Hurled In the Karth for
Tho teacher bndo mo wrlto nn essay
upon "Coal." I studied the encyclope
dia until my head was In a whirl with
big words llko "amorphous substance,"
"bituminous coal," "llgnlto and cannol
conl," and they all contained "carbon,
hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen," nnd
then I did not lenow ono Blnglo thing
about coal, and so I asked mamma:
"What Is coal, any way?"
"It la the sunshine of past ages," said
Bho, and then cho told mo so pretty a
story that I thought I would wrlto It for
"Our Doya nnd Girls" to read.
Ages and ages ago, when tho earth
was young, and man had not yot bo
gun to Hvo on it, bocauso as yet tho
conditions wcro not favorable to tho
llfo that mankind needs, monBtor flshes
swam in tho slimy Beas nnd giant ani
mals stalked over and through tho
marshy lands. Monster trees grow from
tho sloppy, moist ground, whllo grasses
taller than we over saw, and plants with
hugo stems nnd glgnntlo leaves, grew
beneath their branches.
Then, as now, rain fell, clouds floated
by nnd tho bright sunshine was over
all. The brighter tho sunshlno, tho
ranker nnd taller grow tho trees, tho
grasses, tho ferns and tho weeds. Year
after year they grow nnd blossomed
nnd died, ovor and over again, Just
as plants and trees do now. Again and
again. In thoso ages, groat earthquakes
occurred, and tho waters would roll in
places whero they wcro not beforo, and
where they wero onco would bo baro
ground. Tho giant trees and tho plants
beneath them would be packed and hur
led in the mud and would seo tho sun
shlno no more. Over and ovor again,
trees and grasses, plants and ferns,
Brew In tho sunshlno; over and over
again thoy were burlod nnd packed
down in tho darkness, over undergoing
chemical changes. Ages camo and went,
and Anally man, tho crowning work of
the Creator, appeared upon tho sceno.
Centuries came and went beforo ho dis
covered tho buried sunshlno. Many are
tho legends as to how and when ho first
learned of tho warmth imprisoned In
tho black mineral, now and then,
found above tho ground. As every good
deed roonor or later leaves its good
record on tho annals of time, so tho
short Iive3 of the tiniest ferns, of ages
ago aro now making light and happi
ness in many a home that would bo
dark, cold nnd gloomy had not tho
Creator In his wisdom, ages and nges
ago, burled the sunshine In earth's
dark bosom, to lie until such time as
Ho was ready to bring it again to tho
light of day. Acella C. Fenton In
1!?C Itcoorda of Ancient Athletes.
If in the procodlng events tho special
ists camo off victorious, the general ath
lete found his opportunity in tho pen
tathlon. This consisted of Jumping,
discus and spear throwing, running and
wrestling. It required agility, accuracy,
speed and strength in harmonious de
velopment, and produced, according to
Aristotle, the "most beautiful athletes."
Jumping, of which various kinds were
practiced by tho Greeks, appeared In
tho great games as the long Jump.
Figured representations show some
times a standing lo.g Jump, but more
frequently a running long Jump. In
both cases the athlete carries In his
hands the haltercs (stones shaped some
what like tho modern dumb-bell), with
which assistance the length of the jump
was materially increased. Tho dis
tance was marked by a pickax and
measured by a tape-line. The attain
ments of tho Greek athletes In this
event fifty-five feet jumped by Phayl
lus of Croton, nnd fifty-two feet by
Chlonls, recorded without dispute by
Bevernl ancient authors render It
probable that more than a single jump
was involved. As tho world's record
for the running long jump in modern
times is only twenty-three feet seven
Inches, it has been suggested that th1.
"hop, t.cp and jump" still practiced by
the Cropk youth may have been the
kind of jump which occulted In thf
Olympic games. If this were the case
tho record of Phnyllus would not be in
credible. Wnstilnctoii' Old IJotlc
George "Washington's desk, togethei
with some other pieces of his furniture,
is In the governor's loom at tho city
hall in New York city, and a very well,
kept, convenlont looking desk it Is,
made of well-polished mahogany, and
with lots of room for the writer's arm.
Visitors to this room are inclined to
doubt tho ago of the desk. Enterpris
ing furniture makers got Its dlraonslont
a year ago and promptly Hooded the
country with George. Washington desks,
ffhey aro close reproductions, and sov
eral of them havo been held In the
country tovn3 as tho original dcBk. A
dealer ia antiquities lecdved a lette:
from n New England town last week
asking what ho would pay for George
."Washington's desk. Tho writer Bald
that It wub in perfect condition, and he
could establish its identity by com
paring it with tho old pictures of
jGeorgo Washington's lurniture.
Sudden death, except nom accidont,
is far lesB common than most people
imagine, nnd death with no preceding
sign of illness la very rare Indeed.
Practically there are but three condi
tions by which men going about In ap
parently active health are at ono blow
brought to the gravo heart dlseuuo,
nnourlum an apoplexy.
The rno3t Invlnclblo thing in tho
world Is moral genius. Tho timid lose
their faith on tho slightest provocation.
(To feel and seo all tho world's evlla
and to hold on to one's faith In good
ness and Justice is moral genius. This
la tho faith against which tho gates of
(boll shall not prevail. M. M. Mangas-arlan.
DEACON WILLIAMS DID IT.
Onro tho Storekeeper nn Idea nnd tto
Cntno Near nolnrc Into Manbrnptor.
Oppostto tho railroad dopot woo a
grocory, kept by a colored man, nnd
as wo had Bomo tlrao to wait for tho
train threo or four of ns crossod ovor to
look at his ntook.
Business was very brisk with tho
merchant, though nil hlB customers
wcro colored. Wo noticed that sugar,
tea and codfish seoraod to sell above all
olso and during a tompornry lull ap
proached tho bnttorod old scales on
which everything was weighed nnd
plckod up some of tho weights.
Tho hollow in each ono had been
filled with lead nnd when quite suro
that tho pound weight would balanco
nt least twenty ounces of codfish I Bald
to tho old man:
"I seo you havo filled your wclghtn
"Ycb, sah yes, sah," ho ropllod, ns
ho rubbed his hands together.
"What was tho Idea?"
"To kcop de dirt out o do boloo, sah.
Can't no dirt git In dnr now."
"Wob it your idea?"
"No, sah. I never should her got dat
Idea If It hadn't bm fur boakun "Will
lams. Do doakun said It wan do way
dey did down In Greenville an' he fixed
'cm up fur mo wldout coat."
"Tho deacon buyB all his grocorlea
here, doesn't ho J"
"Ho do, snh. Yes, sah, ho buys 'm
all yoro and he was tellin' mo only dla
mawnln' dat ho nobber did seo do beat
how dem grocorlos held out."
Ho was advised to take his welghtB
over to th cotton warehouse and havo
them weighed and ho picked them up
and started off at a slow walk and Tory
much puzzled. When ho returned it
was on tho run and his oyos hanging
out and as he reached tho utoro ho ei
clalmod: "No wonder I has gone into bank
ruptcy fotoen times and had to sell my
mewl and hogs an' make the olo woman
go b'arfutl Dat ar' pound weight
weighs twenty-two ounces, an' obery
time Doakun Williams has bought two
pounds of sugar or codfish ho has
tooken away three pounds and n half!
Shoo! Pro gwlntf to close de doah an
Dut un a sism of 'buatod BKlnl' " Do-
trolt Free PreBB.
Lole Fuller's "Itoform"' I) renflng.
As a rulo, all of Lole Fuller' gowns,
both for the stapjo and homo, are cut In
tho Empiro style. Besides her shoes
and stockings, Miss Fuller handles but
three pnrmonts in malting her toilot.
Sho dons a Union or combination suit
of wool or silk, and knickerbockers of
flannel or silk, according to the season
and temperature; then ovnr her heud is
thrown hor Empire gown, all in ono
ploco, a few hooks, are fastened in tho
back, and. pestro! my lady Is gowned
and rendy for tho day's events. Think
whnt a labor, strength, nnd time saver
such a unique system ot dressing is! On
a transcontinental journey it would rob
a Pullman dressing-room of all its hor
rorb. Everyone who will take the trouble
to cut out this notico and forward it,
witli ten cents, to the address below,
will recioye a sample copy of Demorest
Magazine, containing a Pattern Order
which entitles the holder to any pat
tern illustrated In nny number of the
Magazine published during the last
twelve months, at the uniform price of
four cents each; and frequently ovor
thirty patterns are illustrated in one
number, thus affording un almost un
limited variety to select from. Dera-
oresf's is published for 82 a year, by
tho Demorest Publishing Company, 110
Fifth Avenue, New York.
Nluo'l'Imnv tint or Ten.
flit uiiiiiiHiciiil Tnivi-ler would find
tho llmki'je mik'tige tiikct better mliipl--il
to his WHiitrt Hum any other ticket.
It i the bf.it in the nuiiUt't. It cavern
moii) tluiii 100 trmii-poriutioii lines
ir.tveising the states or Illinois, Indinn-i,
Mit-liijiiin, Ohio, New York anil Penn
ylv.iiiiii. This ticket is sold tit rate of
WO. in good one year from date of sale
mil on lniiny railroads is accepted us
p.iyiiii'nt for excess Imggnge charges,
Hint fare in purior cur unit meals in
ilinini; cum of tjoinn ronrix, which makes
1 1 teiy luimly in tide to l.e enrried by all
ir.ivelers. For leaflet giving list of rondx,
map blowing territory covered mid full
information, write iigentH (J. II. V. &T.
Kv.,or W. 11. Fisher. G. P. & T. A.,
rnrtlio General Cnurerciirn nintlm.
Q dint Uplkcopul Cliurcli at lileve-
Agents of Ohio Central Lines will
sell tickets at ono fare for round trip;
Bulling April 29 mid 30 and May 1 nud
jz. jjinui ior return, live uuva from
uato of sale. intiyl2
For tho State iSiiciimiuuiMit C..A.U.
Agents ot Ohio Central Lines will
sell tickets at one faro for round trip;
selling amy iitHtl U. Limit for re
turn May 1(5. Bee hand bills. may2
'theatrical Bxcurtlnnn to Tolcdoi
April 23, vJT.IUuy o and 12.
The Clover Loaf Route will insuo spe
cial low rate excursion tlokat.from Dol-
nllOS and Stations ILHt,. nn iilinirn fin ton
Seo nearest agont for particulars. The
uoove tnoairicai excursion will prota-
uiy no me last of tiiu Simeon. C. C.
Jt-tikliit, Gou'l Pass, Agent, Toledo, O.
ttlH'KUtu'k A I'll tell JJillVO,
The Heal Halve in din world h, i ut
Jrusi'M, Houw, Uirera. h-U lit . urn
vet" 8ou'H, Teller, Olmpi-il llaiidv
Hiilble'nn CornH.und all Hklu Eruptions,
dnd portitiviily cures I'llen, or no pnj
required. It is guaranteed to give per
fect Batisraction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents por box. Fur sale by A.
Mr. D. P. Davis, rt promlnont livery
man nud merchant of Goshen, Vu., 1ms
this to say on tho subject of rhinmia
tlsm: "I tako pleasure ti rccommonrt
ing Chamborluln's Pain Balm for rheu
matism, as I know from personal oxperl
onco that It will do all that is claimed
font. A year ago this spring my bro
ther was laid up hi bed with Inflamma
tory rhounintism and suffered Intun&oly.
Tho first application of ChnmborUln's
Pain Balm ensed the pain nnd tho use
of one bottle coinplotcly cured him.
For sale by A. 11. Champuoy.
tlniv TC!lp-- Nrnrtrl to Toll Stories.
"It seemed into a waste of time,"
said a gentleman who pasBed an even
ing with Mr. Edlcon In Norwalk, O.,
recently, "to hoar Mr. Edison rolling
off Btory after Etory, and demanding of
all his acquaintances to tell him xnoro,
when wo knew how much information
we might havo received from him. I
finally asked him how ho got to bo such
a story-teller. 'Well,' ho replied, 'whon
I was qulto a youns man I was a tele
graph operator during tho war. 1 was
stationed at St. Louis, which was .. sort
of distributing point for a largo dis
trict, and when we would get our batch
of stuff off, and we still had several
hours "to put IS, I usod" to got pretty
tired. Then wo would begin to call up
tho operator at tho other end of tho
lino and gossip with him. I always
liked stories, and if Chicago had a good
ono ho would wlro it to me. Then I
wouW send that off to Louisville and
New York and Cincinnati, and hear
them laugh over It by wiring back, 'Ha,
ha,' ovor tho wire. In this way we
would get all tho best stories there
wero going, and wo woul'i rlways
wrlto them out for the day men. It
got to bo a sort of passion after a
while and has stuck to mo ever since.' "
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The Montana Onion ClnU
Tho nutritious und wholesome onion
occasionally finds its vindicators. At
tho thriving Montana city of Anaconda
thero is a dining club called the Ana
conda Onion society. Its first feast was
recently given with distinguished suc
cess. Down in the center of the hall
was set a long table with covers for all
tho guests. At each plate was a largo
and juicy onion; In tho middle of tho
tablo wero an array of meats, bread,
fruit, crackers, cheese and other
thlngB. At one end of tho hall floated
the standard of the club In a proud
consplcuousness. It consisted of a polo
surmounted by a string of the vege
tables from which tho society takes its
name. On tho wall hung the motto,
beautifully wrought, "In Onion Thero
Ib Strength." Each member wore a
pretty boutonniero of little onions. The
occasion waB greatly enjoyed by all the
participants and tho society hopes to
do much to restore the onion to the
honor and esteem of the world.
A Mnti ot III IVortl.
Mrs. Farmer You said that If I gave
you a breakfast you'd put In an hour's
work on that wood-pile, and you've
Hungry Hoko (deeply Injured)
Nothln', mum? I've bin a-calkerlatln'
how many horse power it 'ud require
tor saw dat hull pile, countln' two nun
drod teet' tcr de saw an' each toot' wld
a muscular resistance uv one chawer
gramme. Mebbe yer don't know It, but
brain work's de haraea' kind uv work,
Hans had climbed up into tho cherry
tree to gather cherries. Meantime a
storm came on and the father called
out to the lad:
"Come down, Hans, It Is beginning
"There's no need, father," shouted
the boy. "I can hear it whero 1 am."
Hoax There wns a icllow In court
to-day charged with stealing a horse
and leaving his bicycle In place of It
Joax What did they do? Convict
Hoax No; the Jurymen were ull
cyclers and they recommended that the
prisoner bo sent to an Insano asylum.
P. Franklin of Tontit"nv is the
general utunt, for llio l'.i. .i. Washing
Machine in Wood and iiujuining conn
tien. Tim machines siri on suits in Per
rysburg by Win. Meliii-ct. 4l)lf
Children Cry for
A written guarantee of excellence
goes with everyone of the
and it's a guarantee you can hold us to.
Ask for the Peninsular brand and
be determined to get it.
LAND WITHOUT ODORS.
fiomo ot the Feeullnrltlei of tho "Great
"In that country onco known as the
Great American Desort,' embracing a
portion of Toxon nnd Arizona, thoro art
no odoiB," said a citizen ot Dallas to a
repoiter. "Thero luscious grapos and
many other fruits grow, especially ncai
tho cross-timber country, but thero is
no nerfumo: wild llowors havo no amell
1 and carcusscs ot dead animals, which
in dry reasons are very plentiful, emit
"It was always supposed to be a treo
lc3s pie in, upon which no plant could
grow oi b.'eaihing thing could live, bul
a largo part of it is now succc8sfull
cultivated, and but for tho rarity of the
atmosphere, causing tho peculiarity I
have named, and tho mirages, which
aro cveu more perfect than in the
desort of Sahara, no ono would looli
upon It nB a barren country now.
"Another singular featuro common tc
tho detert land is that objects ut a
groat distance appear greatly magni
fied. A fow scruggy mosquito bushes
will look like n noblo forest. Stakes
driven into tho ground will bccui like
Hero Is n true btory of coincidence,
which may bo legarded as remurkabloe
Mr. W. of one of lloston's suburbs, who.
with hlB partner, Mr. S had Intended
to tnko a business trip to Now York,
was unable, on account ot a slight ac
cident, to keep his engagement. A
telegram woo thereforo sent to Mr. S.:
"Slipped on ice; strained back. Meei
you in New York Wednesdny. W."
What was tho amazement of Mr. W
to receive, while his messenger was on
the way to tho oihzc, i dispatch fron
his partner, as follows:
"Lame back; slipped on ice. Meel
you in New York Wednesday. S."
I.ouli Kupoloon' Prediction.
A ooritspouuent of tno New York
Sun calls attention to the fact that It
his "Recollections of a Minister tc
France" Mr. Wnshburno says: "1 wa
somewhat surprised to hear hiin (Na
poleon III.) remark that he thought
Spain could not hold Cuba, and that
ths result would bo that sho would
sacriflco all her soldiers and spend all
her money and then lose the island in
Old Bachelor Now that your slstei
has married, it is your turn.
Young Lady Is that meant as an
offer? Lustige Blaettor.
E. E. COLLISION.
Mnny are familiar with tbo tramps
vision. "If I wus Vaoderbilt the first
thing I'd do would be to build a blp
crnndstand alondsido the middle of a
mile track railroad. Then I'd Invito
all ray friends to como and seo tho fun
at my expense, and I'd get two locomo
tives at opposite ends o' that mile c f
track, facinc each other. I'd get up
steam, throw tho throttles wide open
and let 'era zip."
Realizing that a very email percent
age of the people at large havo ever
witnessed a Railway collision and be
lieving that such an exhibition would
prove most interesting and attractive
to the masses, tho Management of the
C. H. V. & T, Ry. Company have com
pleted arrangements with Mr. A. L.
Streeter, for such a demonstration as
tho opening attraction of their famous
pleasure report, Bucueyo Park, Satur
day, May 30th, 1890. A track one mile
in length will be laid for the purpose
Immediately fronting tho Park, the
elevation of the latter being such as to
onablo from twenty to forty thousand
people to obtain n perfect view of the
run from start to finish and ut tho same
time be amply protected iroin any pos
sibility of danger. Tho engines which
have been selected for the attraction
havo reached the stage where It would
uobt more to keep them in first class
running order than to build new ono?,
neither aro thoy heavy enough to haul
tho trains of Increased tonnage which
the traffic of today demands. They
havo been placed in good repair, gnlly
decorated christened W. II. Fisher und
A. Li. Slreoter, nhd on their trial trips
over the Lino havo developed a speed
of sixty miles an hour. On May 80th
ut 3 n. m., thoy will each have attached
three coal cars und a cabooso and ut a
given signal start on tholr journey to
disiriietlon under a pressure of ono
hundred and twenty pounds of steam.
Tho throttles will b"e pulled wide open
nnd tho engino men stop oil. As each
engine will havo from ono half to three
quarter mile run. it is estimated that
thoy will attain a. speed of ut lenst for
ty live to fifty miles per hour nt iIip
moment of collision. Without doubt
this will he by far tho most rcnllhtie
nnd expensive attraction oyer prcbcui
ed for the edification of the American
people and will be well worth u trip of
u thousand miles to witness.
Excursion trains will run from nil
points on the (!. H. V. & T. Uy., which
extends from Toledo to Pomeroy. Jack
sou, Athens and various points in the
Hocking Valley coal fields and renllz
ing Unit the irafilu on this occasion will
bo enormous, especially from Colum
bus, trains will run on un hourly pche
dulo between that point and tho Park'
throuchout tho day. Connecting Li nr
have been Inylted and many of thorn
consented to run excursions from gr int
er distances in connection with tno C.
H. V. & T., bo that tho Indications
point at least to twenty thoiiRimd pco
plo witnessing this most interesting
mill novel exhibition. Thoro will posi
tively be no postponinont on account of
the weather so that those who cuniuin
plate the journey to soo thtl collision ui
will run iMX&gfaai disappointment.
Buckeye PBrs the ideal plousuri
rosort of.ConWRflOhlii nnd funilsin
tho only fuullltnis for bathing lii a lKe
of pure spring wutor with tonoggm
slide nnd all other accessories aviiilaW
to tiiu people of that toiT'tosy. It
i moil delightful spot for u days ouliiij.
and thon ulio utleiid tmould Inlni.
their hunKetri und iropui-t for iv du, ut
genuine- pleasure In the woods, Am
pie refreshment'? will be furnished at
moderate prices and in inaiiiltiinlug ihd
reputation of tho place no lutoxleiilii g
liquors win no uoiu or mioweu on tin
promises. W. II. Fisher, G. P. k T
A. Columbus, Ohio,
Ciistorla is Dr. Samuel IMtoXier'fl pvn-spi'ljiiiou for Iiitimta
and Children. It ccniniiit) nc! tlici Opium, Morphino nor
oilier Narcotic oubsUmcc. It is a Xiivinlaas substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Sootlihiy Sji'ieps, ami Castor OH.
It is Flcnsnnt. Rs guavantco is ttth-iy 3'cJtrs' uo by
Millions oC Mothers. Cnstovia destroy "Worms ami nllaya
fcvorislmcss. Cnslnvk roYont; vomiting .Sour Curd,
euros T'larrhosa and "Wind Colie. Coatoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tlio food, regulates tho etoumeh.
and boAvels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend
"CnstoWn is an excellent mcdlclno for chil
dren. Mothcri lia e repeatedly told cic of its
good effect upou tlicir children."
Dr. O. C. Osocod,
" Cnstoria Is flic best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far diitant when mothers will consider the
real interest of their children, and use Castoria
instead of the various quack nostrums which
nre ilesin$Siij their lnvrd 1 nos, W foicinf
opium, luorpLui.-, bOuthinj; syrup and other
liurtfut agents down tlicir throats, thereby
sending them to premature graves."
Da. J. lf. Kui'citcLoi:,
, Couway, Ark.
The Contour Company, 77
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The Florida Mcuson.
Is now lu.ly opened up ami tho question of
when to start and by what lines to travel is
pra-catnip Itself to the Southern Tourist. A
pleaslnn choice of rouiclsan essential feature
of a ralluay trip.
The Cincinnati, Hamilton Dayton Hallway
with folid irains, maKnllleeiitsleciiluE and par
lor car service, quick schedules and close Cin
cinnati ronnuetious with tho last lines to flor
Ida, realize all possibilities of modern Journev
ine. Anyot the Comp ny's will on call 6r
wrlttCHnpiilicnlion.be pleased to give full in
formation ns tu rates, etc.; supply you wllh a
full Hue of printed matter, nnd render all ser
vJo"8 necessary to a satisfactory trip.
Geo. V. llAALtm, D. KA Indianapolis, Ind :
J. 8 LmilY, U, T. 1', A., Clilcuso, III.; W. It.
WiiiTTl.KfcEV. 0 . 1. A.. Duy ton, O ; J U. Winank
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TOL.CDU TO COI.UIUJtUN,
ami nil "
C HIV J' I CUC n d SOUTH-
eiin oiiio iMurvrs,
ltn;(i.Tl0NI aim tlic
CIIA'lTANOOU1 AND TUB SOOTU
Time card JMntmry 7th, 1894.
Dp. Sandusky "
Coliiui bus Ar.
AM I'M I I
I'omeroy I.v U 30 12 60
Mlddluiiorl... 4 !W 2 DO
(lallipolls 5 15 :i :b'
MuArthur 0 1G 5 00, vu
Athens 15 ." 05' il'i 23
NtlsoiiVlllu... 7 18 6 3r)i 12 51
Logan 8 00 0 20 115
Lnm aider 8 37 G 56 161
Columbus Ar 9 60 8 06AM 255
':olumbua....LV tN 10 8 301 5 00 3 4b
Dulawaro 10 65 9 161 B 45 4 80
l'rospcet 11 U 0 38, 0 00 4 61
Marlon 1130 10 00 0 21 6 10 .,
Up.rianduslcy 12 17 7 10 0 00
Caroy 12 3) 7 80 0 18
Fostorla 12 f8 8 00 0 W
Toledo, Ar 2 05 9 10 8 00
Detroit ..Ar 10 20 11 30 H) 46
Chicago Ar. 7 65 7 25 f5 25
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Dally. . tDallyoJceop Buiiday.
Tho Fust Lino leaves Toledo ut 10:30 11, m
carrying day conches nud parlor saw connect
liicwlth through trains tor Norfolk, Richmond
nuu an cities 111 tno Virginias and Uarolliius.
1 uiiur uuu imiaco eurB on an oxpross trams.
Any ticket nsont will dvo vnu full ininn,,.
Hon conceruliig tho Buckoyo Houte, or you can
address II. A. Wilson, DIst. 1'ass, Agout, Toledo.
Si',or. )y' l.I,ll'1,,nc Q0?.1 l'ttensor mid
Ticket Agont, Columbus, Ohio
"Cnstoria i? 50 well ndiptcd to children that
I rccommr-'id it ra supct ior to any prescription
known to mc,111
II. A. Aiiciier, M. D.,
1:1 Eo. 0ior.l St., llrootlyn, N. Y.
"Our physicians In the cblldrcn's depart
ment have epoken Mirlily of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and althoM)i we only have among; our
medical kttpplies what Is known as regular
products, jet we urc free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won 113 to look with
faor upon it."
U:tmti Hospital and DJSntNSAnT,
Ailun C. Smith, Pres.
Murray Street, New York City.
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