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TUB ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1894.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
QmOAOO, BOOK aSLAsTD PACIFIC
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Depot Twentieth attest, between Pint and
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tdohur evmtk aad aaat. ho. 18 ruin bctaraea
Cadar fUpida aad Wast Llba.ty.
Superior Service to
St. Louis. Mo.
And Intermediate Points
We now offer to the public a good
route to and from the abore cities
vim Peoria and the Chicago, Peoria &
St. Louis Bj. as follows:
Lt Rock Island. 8:05 a m 2:30 p m
Ar Peoria 11:20 am 6:40 pm
Lt Peoria lBStm 7:46 p m
Ar SprinpDeld . . 8:16 pm 12:46 am
Ar St. Louis.... 7:10 p m 7:00 am
L St. Louis.. .. 7:46 a m 8:15 pm
Lt Springfield ..11:45 am 2:15am
Ar Peoria 8:06 p m 6:60 a m
L Peoria 4:80 pm 8:00 am
Ar Rock Island. 7:60 pm 11:16 am
Gen. Ticket Aent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Rock Island. III.
Dow to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
SOAP POWDER free of charge:
BUT "OUR LADY" SOAP.
Cut off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When you have
85 pictures of our Anti-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our office and you will receive
FREE a 4-pound package, worth
26c Wo make this liberal in
ducement to quickly introduce
Our Lad j Eoap and
Anti-T7atIlboard Eoap Fowdar
And holds rood until all wrap
pers on which this offer is print
ed, is presented to us.
Warnock Cl Ralston
Soap Maboxs, Bock laUad.
A STRANGE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
The following pranhte atatemrnt will he
tr ail with Intern Interest: "I cannot describe
Uipniinih,rmpvaenstlonthatexlstP1 In my
arniH, lianih and lege. I had to rub nnd beat
thiw part, until they were sore, toovprrome
In a mcnHiiro the dead reeling that bad taken
nrHwsKion of them. In addition, I had a
atrnncre weaknoa In my hark and around my
w&M. tozcthr with an IndPArrihulile 'pone
fit-llus In my ftnmncli. l'liyslclans raid It
wuHrnTplhn paralysK from whii-h. acrord
Inir to their universal ron:luiion, thre Is no
relief, tmre It fiistonn upon pnon,they
My. it cont innet Its insidious pntrehs until
It rewhe a vital point and the auilerer dies,
filch was my prosjon-t. I had bein dortorlnir,
a year and a hu!f steadily, but with no par
ticiilnr iH'iieflu whi'n 1 saw an advertisement
of lr Milus' Ibfrtoraiive Mervino, procured a
hotlleaad hecan usim It. Manelous as it
may aepm. hut a few days had passed before
every hit of that creepy feeling had left me,
and there has not lieeu even the alichtest
Indication of Its return. I now feel a
well us i ever did. and have pained ten
Founds in weight, thouch 1 had run down
nrn 1J) to 1:17. Four others have used Ir.
Miles' Ib-Ntoratlve Nervine on my recomen
dation. and It has been as satisfactory inthulr
Casus as In mine." James Kane, La title, O.
Irr. Mika.' Itestorniive Ni-rvino Is sold by all
OruirtrlsiH on a ptvitive cuuruutee, nr sent
dire.:thytlBIr.71ile Medical 'c Elkhart,
lnd.. fin n-ceipt f prh-e. 1 sr liottle. sit
Isiti les for s. expn-ss prepuiU. It l true from
opialca or daugeroua drugs.
Eatata of Grace C. L. Wen, deceased.
The nnderviirned having been appointed rxen
t'r of the aat will aod tap lament of Grace C. L.
atelfra, late of the connty or Keck I p land, stale
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
will appear before the connty court of Hock Island
comity, at the office i.f the clerk of aaid coort, is
the city of Bock Island, at tbe December term, on
tbe flrst Monday In December, next, at which time
ail persons bavinc claims asatnst "aid estate are
notiScd and requested to attend, for the purpose
of bavin the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are reanes
ted to mate immediate payment to the under
Dated th' fitti day of October. A. P.. Isfl4.
COBNKUUS F. LYNDf. Klcccto-.
F.XEl l'TOK'st XOTlCK.
Estate of John Warner, deceased.
Tbe nnderalfmed having been appointed exem.
tlx of the laat will and testament of John
Warner, late of tbe county of Hock Is.and,
'-at. of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that sbe will appear before the county conn of
Hock laland county, at tbe office of tbe clerk of
said court, in tbe cltv of Kock Island, at tbe Jan
nary tetm on tbe first Mondsy in January next
ar which time all persona bavinir claims aVainst
said estate are notified and requested to attend
f jr the purpose of having tbe same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estatu are re-
2 nested to make Immediate payment to tbe uc
erslirned. Dated this 19:h day o October, A. D. 18P4.
CAROLINE L. WAltSEIi, Executrix
By virtue of an execution and fee bill
No. 634 Issued out of the clerk's ofhee of tbe cir
f utt court of hoca Island county, and stute of Illi
nois, and to me cirected, whereby I am com
manded to make the amount of a certain jndg
mcut recently obtained against Klert B Tay
lor, in favor of hebecca Tuy.'ur, out of the lands,
tenements, roods and chattels of tbe said
defendant. Robert B. Taylor, I baveleriid npon
the following property, to-wlt: Tbe southeast
quarter (fa), of the southeast quarter ), of tac
tion nltieitl). town btp No. sixteen tltit. north,
range four (4) West of the fourih (4tb) principal
meridian, in the county of Krk Island and state
of Illinoia, this 2nd day of October, A. D lrttl.
Therefore, according to said command. I ehall
expo-e for sale at public auction all the right,
title and interest of the above named HoWt
B Taylor, in and to the above described property,
on Saturday, the tth day of October, 1SU4, at
a o'clock p. m., at tbe north door of the
court bouse in the city of Hock Isl
and, in the) county of Kock Island and state of
Illinois, for cash In hand, tosatisfv said execution
at.d fee bill. C. 1). OOKDON.
Sheriff of Rock Island ( ount, Illinois.
Dated at Hock Island this Sad day of Octo
ber, A. O. IBM.
Administrator's sale of Real Estate.
STATS OF ILLINOIS, .
Rock Island Coi'mtt.
In tbe County Court ol said County, of the Octo
ber term. A. !., 1HI.
Peter ricMemnier, admlnis'.rator with the will an
nexed cf the c-tale of James Hardin, deceased,
petitioner, vs. Mary Ann Ilillier, Jane Scblem
mer, Harriet (.riDiu. Henry Itardln John
ramnel tlartlin. Allien Taber. Kobart Fan-on.
Frank L. Thomas, t harles Gutzwellier and
Blnnthe Maud Graves, defendants.
Pe ition t.y raid adainisirauir to sell real s
tatr of said deceased to pay debts of paid estate.
Nfltlre is hen hy g'ven that by virtue, and in
pursuance of an order and decree of said court
made and enured In sa'.d cause on the eighth
n day of ctoer, A. P., low. at the said
term ef aald court. I will sell at public vendue to
tbe hlgnest binder for c.sta in hnnd at the north
door of the court honse in tbe city of Hock Island,
la the said county, at tbe hoar of So'clock p. m .
on tbe tenth (I0)day of November, A. D , WM,
the following described premises, to-wlt : Lot
eight im.tn block thirty-four (III), in tbe Chicago
or Lower addition lo the city of Rock Island, in
tbe county of Kork Irl.nd and state of Illinois
Dated Ibis cWtun (H) ilny of Octoncr. A. D.,
W iPETER 8CHLEMMEK,
Admlni-trator, wl'h the will annrxed, of tbe es
tate of James ilatdin. deressed,
W. B. bur, eulicitor for Petitioner.
Read Special Notice
For tho next couple of weeks
we are going to offer, some
Big Bargains in Pianos
Anybody intending to buy a
piano cither now or in the
nenr future will do well by
calling and getting our low
prices and terms, and will
save money by purchasing
Woodyatt'S Music Store
1717 Second Ave. Rock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street. Moline.
aJa, wiiw l iili, eaak." nxapital. I
fmmm nai m MaVpaa. bk. IIMnM twmm I
latnian rturilfrii-Tnuil TTtsnnaSiall
aad anrnyba. o-ir aunki Warnady wdil
amiiisalram. WW luutaOI cu, niaiat J
RED HOT POLITICS.
Campaign at Chicago Made
Lurid for a Night.
niREE PAETTES LET THHTG3 LOOSE.
Ormocrats Pmlnt Six Miles of West Bide
Streets Crimsoa wtefc Flrewwrka aaal
March S0,O0O Mt ronx Renwblleans Hear
Reed aad Populists Cheer McGIynn
Mevenson Speaka at Cairo and St. Loon
McKlnley at New Orleans BarrhMm'a
CniCAoo, Oct. 22. Enthusiasm was an
abundant article in this town Saturday
night. It pmntcd. the west side rod with
Democratic fireworks; it filled the First
Regiment armory with Republicans to
boar "Cxar" Reed, and it broko ont in
otul cheers at Populist demonstrations at
iwo niectlncra. on the south side, where Dr.
McGIynn held forth, to say nothing, of a
ar(ro ineotinn; of Democratic women at
CJentral Music hall and a score or more of
political pntherinps in other portions of
the city. The bippest ftnthering was the
Democratic proeoslon, the first of this
tort of "campaign thunder" that has been
seen in the- streets here on a large scale
Was a Monster Frooeaslon.
It was a monster procession. Estimates
f the numlier taklns part vary from 25,
X( to 30,000, and of the time taken to pass
given point from an hour and three
qiinrtcTM to two hours. Tho route was six
miles lonir and nlonif thnt route the parule
left a tmil of pynrtechniciil illumination.
!seventy-one iK.iititnl clubs and organiza
tions from every wtird in the city, from
Ernnston to Soirfh Cliieajro, took part.
Thirty bunds of music filled the niphtalr
with brazen melody. Two tliousand cw
hoys rmle ten ubrejLst in tho column.
There were companies of (iermnns, Polei,
rM-audinavians, Itjilinns, Bohemians, Hun
garians, French and Syrians in the jrrvat
protvssion. The Syrian club carried a
transparency with the legend, "Our first
Toto. AVe ore Democrats," and a financial
sentiment carried of another club was "$1
In Silver for 1 in ItoIiI."
Haifa Million People Oar.
The start was at the Haymurket, and
there were prulmbly 50,001' spectators
packed in the open spaces thereabuuts to
see tlie procession start, while the long
unite was lined with people to the numls-r,
lt is estimated, of nOO.tkM. The demonstra
tion was undoubtedly tlie biggvst tiling so
fur given in the camiiaign at this city, and
the enthusiusm tiegan at the head of the
column and went roaring back to the rear
guard, while tho route was marked to
those at a distance by the glare of fire
works which were set tiff all along the line
by the wagon load.
TOM REED AT THE ARMORY.
nig null dins Fall of People and an Over
flow Meeting: Outside.
The large drill hall of the First regi
ment armory, caoablc of holding 7,000
people was packed the -hear Thomas B.
Reed nddress the He-publicans. Outside an
overflow meeting was held which was
kept in good huur.r until Reed hud com
pleted his speech inside, when he went
outside and spoke briefly to the throng.
His first speech occupied an hour and a
half in delivering, and was of course de
voted principally to the tariff. Ex-Governor
Oglesby and Clark E. Corr also
made siieeches. All the speakers carried
the great audience and received a great
deal of enthusiastic appluuse for the points
Tlie Pupuliss added to the political furor
by holding two meet ings ot tlie south
side, one nt Forty -third street nnd Vent
worth avenue and the other at Forty-third
and WaHnce. At the latter place Dr. Mc
GIynn was the attraction, and the hull
wus filled to hulTiMUitiou. Besides the
doctor there were several other speakers,
amougtheiu John Z. White, I'opulist can
didate for congress. Tin; enthusiasm was
as great lien; as at the other meetings,
ulthougli the crowd here was not nearly
HE DECLINES TO BE SILENT.
A United Motes Marshal Who Prefers the
Stnmp to an Office.
PAISESVILLE, Minn., Oct. 22. J.
Adam Bcdc addressed a meeting here, and
at the close he gave the A ssoci.it ed Press a
copy of his letter tendering his resignation
of tlie mtirshalship, which says in part:
"H'tvlng just learned throtisrh the Dress
Catarrh" Is" Caused
by Impure Blood
Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes
'And Permanently Cures Catarrh.;
Mr. J. JC Catriffcan
mC I. Hood & Co., Iwcl, Mats.! "
Gentlemen : I am very happy to write to
yon that I have been taking Hood's 8ar
aaparilla for catarrh with great success. X
have been troubled with this complaint for
over ten rears, with dun headache nearly
. all the time. After taking three bottles of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, I am cored of catarrh
and clear ot the headache. I was also troub
led. with acalp disease, whioh was very
annoying, four or Are years. Since taking
Hood's Saras pariHa I do not have any traoe
of this trouble. I sleep well, have a good
appetite and feel strong, quite In contrast to
my feelinsi beloraj beitaa lo take this good
medicine." J. K Car ah an, Pattou, Hi.
Hood's PUIS are prompt and efficient, yet
MJ la acuoa. bold by all druggists, ase.
dispatches that the president has asked
the heads of departments to enforce his
order of 1886, which forbids federal ap
pointees doing campaign work, and as I
cannot in tho present crisis consistently
nor conscientiously obey such orders, I
hereby tender my resignation of tho
mncshalship of Minnesota."
He says he does this because the Demo
crats are being maligned, but principally
because ho believes that his old friend.
Major Baldwin, should bo returned to
congress and that all the major's friends
should help him. Six months ago, Bedo
says, ho received his office at Major Bald
He continues: "I now more gladly lay
It down, for inaction would be ingrati
tude. When I must choose between pub
lic office and my friends I shall take my
friends, and nothing shall stand between
my best efforts and their best interests.
With returning prosperity under the Wil
son bill I am sure of a livelihood, and as
the strikes are over almost anybody can
run the marshal's office."
THOUSANDS HEAR GOV. M'KINLEY.
Auditorium at the Crescent City Packed
Harrison Closes His Tour.
New Orleans, Oct. 22. Governor Mo
Kinley addressed an audience of not less
than 13,000 here in tho big Auditorium
which was constructed for exhibitions of
pugilism. There was a comparatively
small proportion of negroes, tho audience
being composed In the main of business
men of New Orleans and planters from
neighboring parishes. The platform was
profusely decorated with sugar cane.
Hon T. J. Rcnhnm, chairman of tho Re
publican state committee, presided and
introduced Governor McKinley, who
spoke nt much length on the tariff. Gov
ernor SicKinli-y was given a supper at the
Hotel Royal and at midnight left on a
special train for Huntington and Charles
ton, W. Va., where he siK-aks today.
End of Harrison's Second Tour.
IsniANAPOLls, Oct S3. General Har
rison has returned home from his tour
through northern Indiana. The principal
-"Ctinps were at fern and IjatayeTto.
He also spoke nt Lelxinon, and altogether
made thirteen speeches during tlie dny
nd twenty-four on the trip. He said ho
was rather tired but delighted with the in
terest in the campaign exhibited by the
STEVENSON MAKES TWO SPEECHES.
Great Meetings to Hear Him at Cairo, Ilia,
and Nt- Louis.
ST. Lotjis, Oct. 22. Vice President
Ptevenson addressed an immense crowd at
Cairo on the live issntsi of the day. Thou
sands of interested listeners stood in the
hot sun nnd listened to the speoch. Tho
city was full of strangers from Illinois,
Missouri and Kentucky. After a two
hours' speech he left that city by special
train to fill his apiKUutment here. Upon
his arrival he was driven to Subnrbtui
hull where he was introduced by ex-Lieutenant
Governor Campbell, and given a
rousing welcome. It was some momenta
l-fore quiet was restored so that he could
speak. He thanked the audience for its
cordial welcome, saying this was the first
time he ever had the pleasure and honor
of meeting with the Democrats of St.
Louis. His remarks were devoted to a re
view of the tariff. When Stevenson fin
ished his address he visited the exposition
and spent an hour there, it being the
closing night. Last night he left hTe for
a speech-making tour of tho state,
Campaign Opened at Detroit.
Detroit, Oct. 22. The Democratic cam
paign in Detroit was opened by an en
thusiastic muss mooting at the Auditor
ium, comprising upward of l.O'X) people.
Addresses were made by Hon. Spencer O.
Fisher, candidate for governor. Assistant
Secretary of State Eiwin F. CM, candi
date for United States senator, and
Representative Griflin. Mr. Fisher again
emphatically denied the A. P. U. charges
recently made agulnst hiin. UM talked
on national politics.
Holes on Lumber, Wool and Sugar.
Cedar Rapids, la., Oct. 22. Ex-Governor
Boies addressed a largo Democratic
meeting here. His speech was in the main
devoted to the consideration of free lum
ber, wool and sugar and declared that
the only person who received any benefit
by protected industries, or otherwise from
a protective tariff, was the man who
owned a plant and run a business.
Cullom at Vienna.
Yiexna, Ills., Oct. 22. Senator Cullom
and Hon. W. K. Jewell, of Danville, ad
dressed a large crowd in the court room,
being frequently applauded. Cullom do
voted the major portion of his remarks to
the tariff, reatlinning his well-known
views on this question. Cheers for Cullom
und the Republican ticket.
Gad Case of an Ohio Girl.
Memphis, Tenn.. Oct. 22. Edith Crueen,
a pretty 10-year-old girl, applied to Chief
of Police Davis for transportation to
Hamilton, O., her home, from which
place she eloped two weeks ago with a
young man named Fred Puthoff. Tlie
couple came to Memphis a few days ago
and took lodging as man and wife, but
they were never married. Puthoff de
serted the girl and left a note stating he
did not love her and she could get back
home as best she could. Miss Cruzen was
taken to St. Joseph refuge and will lie
held until the arrival of her father, who is
said to be one of the wealthiest citizens of
Pretty Mate of Things.
FoKT Smith, Ark., Oct. 22. From the
number and character of robberies report
ed daily from the Indian country, it would
seem that a condition of lawlessnoss ex
ists there now that outrivals anything
ever known. So numerous and daring
have the robbers become that the express
companies doing business In the territory
have ceased carrying money and the
bunks refuse to issue drafts unless a
heavy bonus bo paid. Hardly a day
passes without half a dozen robberies.
Agent Cox at Ft. Gi)son has resigned
after being held up four times and the
lust time abused. ...
Another Sugar Refinery Closed.
Philadelphia, Oct. 22. The Franklin
sugar refinery, which is operated by the
sugar trust, and which has been running
on half time for three or four weeks, turn
ing out only soft sugar, shut down fur an
indefinite period. Twelve hundred men
are thrown out of employment. The
Sprockets refinery, the other member of
the trust in this city, has been closed foe
two woeks. The McCahon Sugar Re
fining company, which claims to be inde
pendent of the trust, is running only on
.National rronsnry receipts dnrlitsT the
t wenty days of the present month amount
ed to S12.k?4,S"Di, and The disbursement
t20,&.ui0, leaving a deficit for the twenty
days of f,7(,142.
Breckinridge has failed to follow up hfe
notice of apcal in the Pollard case and
lt has been dismissed, thus ending the
case with a $ I5.0K) judgment against the
colonel, of which Miss Pollard will prob
ably never get a cent.
The management of the Southern rail
way will on Nov. 1 discharge all train
bagzagemen, devolving their duties npon
the express messengers.
At the St. Louis Cycling club's totrmn
ment Anderson, of R'todhousc, Ills., rode
luiie In 2tt 4 5 seconds, flying start, un
paired. This hoata the record 1 1 o seconds.
Tho working home for the blind at
Iberia, O.. was almost entirely destroyed
by fire. One inmate, named Piper, wot
Police stopped the fight "between Van
Heest nnd Gillespie, at Cincinnati, In tht
fifth round, when there was every prospect
that Gillespie would be knocked out. Th
light was decl.tred a draw.
George Gould and J. B. Hnrrtman, ol
Isew urk, have left ew York in Mr.
Gould's private car for Buffalo Bill't
ranch in "Nebraska.
It is reported that Prince Alfonso,
brother of thu kin? of Portugal, will ac
company a Imltery of artillery that Is go
ing to LontvnTo Murqitez to assist in
a:tng the Kaihr siege ut that place.
At the convention of th" Baptists of
Michigan resolutions w;re adootcd favor
ing the suppression of the liquor traSic.
Assistant Socivt-iry of Slate Scott Wike,
of Illinois, lias start. sl west to take part in
the campaign, stopping to make a sjcocIi
in Virginia en route. He expects t nr
rive at Fatsli -Id, Ills., not later than
While borinjT r. well one mile northwest
of Yorktown. Bnre.v.i c innty, Ills., on the
farm of W. M lli!:?er, u four fo:t vein of
coal was di.scoe:vJ.
Doctors and nurec
Mske slenier im sis;
Theroitd tob' slth.
Is I ho way to si aitb.
Many prrsons of slender means have seen tbe
savings of years s wa'.lo wed up In a few w eeks by
exorbitant doctor bills. Serions illness and Its
recall, beivy bills, may slmt be prevented if
taken in t me. When tbe system seems to be
run down, the biod weak and impure, cans n?
eruptions, beadacbe, wenkces and les'ltnde,
backa'be, scrofula. b;i;ou;n?.'g. chills, aversion
to work, etcu, there is reason to believe that at rt-
ons ihcess is thrca'eiied. A bottle rf Or.
Pierce's Golden Vedical Discovery will drive tbe
imparities from the system, enrich the blood,
bringing ton d beaith, eaetpf, atreor.u and am
bition Al. dealers in medfeipca.
that when you bty Scctt's iimul
sion you are not fretting a secret
mixture containing worthless or
Scott's Emulsion cannot be se
cret for an analysts reveals all
there is in it. Consequently the
endorsement of the raciicsJ
world means somcthiug.
overcomes Wasiinz, promotes
the making of Sj-':J FUih, and
gives Vital Strength. It has no
equal as a cure for Coughs Colds,
Sore Throat, Eroncr-rtis, Weak Lunfrs,
Consumption, Scrcfula, Anaemia. Ema
Wasting Diseases of Children.
Scen&Bcwne,K.Y. i! Druggists. 60car.aU
Painlcsslj, Positively, Perfectly. Per
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with SU rears' experience in lbs trcaUaeat of
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They successfully treat Catarrh, Throat and
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KICK VOL 8 DISKAJES.
The most arvravatcd raeoa are apaewfl and
oafianecUj cared by oar new stand at ureal
LADIS8 AlLlrTED-rtpecW attention rlvwa
to all disease peealiar to woawa. Kvwry facfltty
aad advantage for tae treatriaat aad flpoeas sa-
BMraal of this class of diseases.
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An troubles arunng froaa nupare blood, aara
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Castoria is Dr. Ssumicl Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is n harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its truarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
fevcrlshness. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Casw
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"Caatofta Is an r n rllrnt mrillrtiffl fnr rhl
dren. X others bare repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon tbear children."
Da. O. C Osooos,
" Castoria is tbe best remedy for chilrren of
which I am acquainted. I hope tho day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Caatoria in
stead of the virions quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup aad other hurtful
agents down their throac. thereby sending
them to premature craves.'
Da. J. F. Erscsxboc,
Tit Ceatsan Cenmpausy, TT
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JOB! KBAISSs Iroprietor.
Tha chdeett Wine. Llqucrs.
" Castorla Is so well adopted tocindrenthal
I recommend It awrapericrtoaflypreacriptioa
know a to roe."
IX A. Afanrctt, U. D .
lit So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. Y.
Our physicians la the children's depart
ment bare spoken highly of their ert-rj-enoe
in their outside practice with Castoro,
and although wo only harro amoa; cir
medical soppUes what is known as reriilr
products, yet wears free to confess that t!
inerits of Caatoria has won as to look with
favor upon it.
Ciim BosRTAt, Ana Disi-esbast,
Aixsa C Sam, Pre-,
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