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THE ARCtUB, SATURDAY. CTEMBER 12, 1069.
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PURITY AND EXCELLENCE
IS TH MOTTO AT
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Year of ir.cac ana
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are sold by
CLOSING DAY OF RACES.
Kvtnt at tha Da, sport
Tho Davenport fair and exposition
is over. Yesterday's races were wit
nessed by a small crowd. The .first
was for roadster stallions, and it
had four entries for hones with a
record of 2:3J It was a pretty con
ies, ana resulted with
winner, Ilr. t,raco second, Mozart ! mid ipunrryiuen. Four years ago the lem
thifd and Mar Hiatoga fourth, jncnilic doctors diagnosed the national cou
Tinie, V:3J. 2:2!J, 2:17i aud 2:88. ditiou. They mistook the ruddy bloom of
The second rum w wfaVo fr,r .11 i
ages, but there were only two m-'
tries riving Dutchman and
Ciltoht. U was a lj-iuilo running
dash. flying Ddtchman wou.
Tbe thiid race was a I -mile
aud was won by Little Uillee.
Carl Donder second, and May
ley third. Timo, 1:321.
The fourth race. was for ail
and had eiht ontrics and six
or. It was won by Dick Uovcnue.
OLD SETTLERS' OFFICERS.
The Lint Belerted at Yter.ly Alter
Tho list of ofiicers selected yester
day afternoon at the 31st annual
picnic of the ltock IsUnd county
I'ionecr society at I'ro.pict Park is
President Thomas Merryman.
Vico Provident M. J. McKairv,
Molior; K. Wilcher, Hock Island, !
doorcre C. Wake. Coe: Cirrus Miller.
Secretary and Treasurer J. II.
Kx;putiveCommittce K. J. Scarle.
M. J. McKnlry, Fred Oslwrnc.
After the transaction of other bus-
inc.-. iu association utciuiMl to ap-
point a committee to canvass thO
county to afcoriam the feeling of the
nenplit in regard to ereclinir a mon-
unieut to the old fettlcrr". The com.
niittcu onsist cf A. M. Ili.l.b.r.l
MoIIiip: Cant. J. M. I'.enriihlee mil .1. 1
II. Clelnnd. Hock Island: U. C,
Wake, Coe; Fred Osborn. uma, and
Cjrus Miller. Hortlir.p.
I he relinn'' president, J. (J.
l'.Ivthe, delivered his valedictory.
and turned the historic cane over to
his successor. An address by F. D.
Sweeney, of this city, followed, and
after brief remarks by V. W. Warn
er, of Henry county, tho singing of
Aniii Lang syne" by the audience
cloved the exercises.
Tha Vrnoraon Hreath ol Malaria
l)o no". !nffcrt the ftsm of thoo who ni
llmtetter't sumach Bitte:s a a precaution
ainst it. 2uf I It less uvf.il a a nmcly ;
wt.ere Int-rml tJtt nl remittent fever kaa full '
estahi abed ltc!r, in coniiaeEc3 cf a neglect i
of prcrrullv mca.iiroi. It checks the par-'
on m wl h itotilrh'ngeen:nty,knderadicte J
this tyre of diifc, even in it ssoet inveterate
f.irra. Tbw medicine Is aa atnecltl boa to the !
emigrant opolatkra of the far wett,wbcre rarer
of a mtlirlsl type are particularly prevalent, bnt
tbe recognition of it merit l so lar from being
llm l xi. tkat it I known snd ppid at it trne
r.liie Ibtnagboat the length and brradth of
An ik. 1 rTkr by lind and tea. miner and
rjjprr.rr hi aaheallhy localiile. etea it
b'Rbl.and ara laronttant parchei. ai d In
miny a rural bOQ'ehoM, far and wide, it i the
cbjem faaily siettflc.
Bona 8eker Esearalow.
Only one fare plus 2 for the round
trip to nearly ali tbe western, north
western and southwestern states ami
teiritorie via C, H. I. & P. rail-
way. JlCkcU on (ale Sept. 15 and
29, Oot. 6 and 20; return limit 21iCelvlng I do not believe that there is a
data. Now Is tha tin.o in tho
treat west at its l.t. l,r fnll r.ar -
For fnll par
ticulars call at C, tt. I. & P. ticket
oilioo or vldress.
I. M. Al.l.K.H,
Oen. Agent, Davenport.
Jolts Suit tsriAS,
G. P. A., Chicago.
HtMpamatlcni Varaw la a Itay.
Mytio Cure" (or rheumatism
and nouralna caret in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system ia re
markable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose preatly relieves. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Crotjan, druggist. Bock
Island, and Gust Schlegel A Son, 220
West Second street. Davenport.
Children Cry for
MAJOfe KEPT BUSY.
Many Delegations Visit the Re
CEOWBS A5D CRUSHES AT CANTON.
Several Matrhe of Pilgrim to the Ohio
Mecca I'nite and Sin l p Nearly S.OOO
Too Great a Jam for afety and Three
Person Are Overcome Itrtan Itin
erary Next Week Manlry Prediction
About the Maine Elertiuu.
Canton, O.. Sept. J2.-Ye.-tcrd.ij- was a
finy of crowds aad crushing in Clinton.
Throe persons fainted nnd were carried
sway from ihe Sic Kin ley porch where
they had jollied in the crush of thousands
to grasp the Iiopublkau nominee by the
hand. After traveling ueirly 700 mile
the Vermont delegation reached Canton
early lu the morning, and marched quick
step to the McKiuley heme and paid their
respects before a o'clock After the for
mal presentations and response Governor
Elect Grout. Senator Proctor and others
made brief addresses of congratulation.
The Lorain county detection joined the
representative of the Pennsylvania Re
publican leagues and the Erie. Lin
coln club in the public squire and marched
with them, together nearly 5.0OJ strong,
with a half dozen bands au-.l score of ban
ners, to tho house abo.it which the thou
sands daily are g;i there L
The Uaaner That Were Carried.
The binners on the trains aud in tho
street read: "Tom L Johnson's Steel
Workers;" "Our Money Is All Right;
Give Us Work;" "Oieu the Mills, Xot the
Mint;" "Lorain County Sound Money
Pilgrims;" "Piotectiott to American
Farmers and Mechanics." Judge J. W.
Steele, of Ubcrlin, spoke for the Lorain
county people, saying in the course or his
speech: "This delegation of 2.O00 eople is
composed mostly of farmers, workingmcu
health for tho hectie Hush of disease aud
ribc-a fre trtle. Vo took the bolus
niluniV 3II.K. ,.ii:if . V l u)(U Lilt: I 1 1 1 1 f
turned down their doctors, aud with rum
print ivnd vociferous delilieratious they
proscribed for natiouai ills a compound of
anarchy, repudiation mid tree silver. Shall
we take the dos.-f '
Cheered ly the Visitors.
For the Ilepubliean leagues of Penn
sylvania and the Krie Lincoln club
Jul! c;e J. F. Downing immortalized
Lincoln at length and then turning to
Major McKiuley said: "We are con
vinced that no mistake will lie made In
placing Major William McKiuley the
boy soldier of 1N1 and the wise and
exM-rinced statesman of 1SI6 in thi
presidential chair." The Pennslyvan
ians and Ohioans cheered and cheered
again as Major McKinley mounted a
chair to make his response in which
he covered all the issues of the day
and also apropos of the presence of the
Lincoln club, paid an eloquent tribute
to the martyr president.
The Crash Come Near Ki'ing Fatal,
Alter Major MKinIcy li.nl respond d
(lovernor l.ippett, of lthode Island, and
(overnor lttisliiietl arrived. The crush
wus terrific. William Cusiek, . a
Paptist minister of Loran. aged S
fainted in the crush and for an hour
was in a serious condition. Physicians
were summoned, but before they had
arrived K. II. Turney. of Amherst. O.
j and Mrs. Kllekinger. of L tin. had
i succumlH-d to the crush and heat and
: w,.re prostrnted and can led awuy. All
'this lime thousand were pushing up
to the McKiuley iMirch.
'.overnor lluslint-ll then introduced
.vernor I.ippt-tt in asia-h that made-
''- erowd lauglt aj.d applaud siiiiul-
taneously. and then . I.ippett was re
ceived with applause as he responded
IIRYAVS I'ltllGKAMMK IN DETAIL
Will Make KiKht Sperc-lir in Illinois Next
Monday Irtmi a Train.
Chicago, Sept. 12. William J. Bryan
will deliver eight speeches in southern
Illinois Monday from the platform of a
special train, which is to carry him
from St. Ixiuis to Henderson, Ky. Ho
left Lincoln, Neb., for St. Louis last
night, going direct to St. Louis, where
he Is to speak today.- He will spend
Sunday at Salem, Ills., his old home
It had been arranged for Hryan to
leave St. Irfiuis Monday morning for
Henderson. Ky.. where he was sched
ulcd for Monday afternoon. At the re
quest of Governor All geld, however,
I no programme has lieen changed
somewhat, nnd instead of taking the
regular train a special train has bpen
arranged for. Stops of fifteen minutes
I v1 11 le made at Pellevllle. Nashville,
' Ashley and Mount Vernon. McLeans,
! boro and Carmi, and live minutes at
' Masrautah. Ills. Crossing the line into
' Indiana a stop of fifteen minutes will
' made at Mount Vernon, twenty
minutes at Kvansville, and five min-
' UU'S at Knfield. This will bring him
into Henderson. Ky.. at 2:t)S p. m
Lincoln. Nel... Sept. 12. The silver
clubs of this city, headed by a brass
band, scorted William Jennings ISryan
to the station last evening, where i
large crowd hail gathered to say good
bye to the nominee. His friends in
sisted mi a speech and he said In part
"I want to say to you my friends that
from the reports which I have been re
single county in this state that th
1 Kepubli. ar.s are sure of carrying this
fall. M'.reat applause and long cheer
in 1 And more than that, every day
funis our cause stronger throughout
the I'nion than it was tha day before.
(Oreat applause and cries of "Hurrah
for tomorrow."! Kvery day finds per
son's who are declaring for free silver,
end I think that I am safe in saying
that you will not find among all your
acquaintances a man who one month
ago was in favor of free silver at 1G to
I and able to give a reason for it. who
has changed Ms mir.d." Great ap
DtnS AGAIN CONTRADICTED.
Chicago. Mllwaakee and St. Paal Peaal
fat In a Disclaimer.
Chicago. Sept. 12. Kmployes of the
Chicago. Mi'waukee and St. Paul rail
road were officially notified yesterday
that they are at liberty to use their
own Judgment in deciding political
Questions, and that no threats or in
timidation will L used to Influence
them In favor of . either presidential
candidate. The assurance comes from
the president of the road. Roswell
Miller, and is contained in a letter
addressed to General Superintendent
Collins. It is an answer to the charges
frequently made that the men had been
threatened with the loss or their posi
tions if they did not join political
lubs and get into line with the policy
of the road's officials.
The letter reads: "Numerous charges
are being made to the effect thatjhe of
ficers of this company are bringing In
timidation and threats to bear to in
fluence the employes in matters at is
sue in the present political campaign
The officers of the company have al
ready been verbally instructed in this
matter, but that there may be no mis
understanding and that they may have
written confirmation. I now wish to
say there must be nothing done to in
terfere with the rights of all men to use
heir own Judgments in the present is
sues, and they must feel absolutely se
cure that the use of their judgment
will neither directly nor indirectly af
fect their position with the company."
DAI STATE DEMOCRATS FOR BRYAN.
Free) Silver He Carry the Primaries In
All fart of the State.
Boston. Sept. 12. Democratic prima
ries for the selection of delegates to
state, congressional, councillor, sena
torial and county conventions were
held pretty generally in the cities and
towns around Boston last night as well
as In this city. The result of these,
combined with the caucuses held on
Thursday night, shows that the east
ern Massachusetts Democrats have de
clared for Bryan and SewalU for the
ratification of the Chicago platform.
and is determined for George F. Will
iams as its standard bearer in the com
ing gubernatorial campaign. In all the
caucuses thus far heard from the gold
standard men have composed a minor
ity, so small that it is almost out of
Springfield. Mass.. Sept. 12. The re
sult of the Democratic caucuses in the
several cities and towns in western
Massachusetts last night was a - de
cided victory for the free silver men.
The caucuses were generally poorly at
tended and the contests were confined
principally to the cities. Holyoke was
swept by the free silver men. but in
Northampton the gold men captured a
majority of the state delegation. North
Adams and Pittsfield will send divided
delegations with a majority for silver.
A few small towns elected gold dele
gates, but in most places the Chicago
platform and candidates were in
MANLEY MAKES A PREDICTION.
Kay tha Republicans Will Carry Maine by
a Record Majority.
Augusta, Sept. 12. Joseph H. Man-
ley, chairman of the Republican state
committee last night summarized the
situation In Maine as follows: "We
shall throw (in Monday's election) the
largest Republican vote ever thrown.
We shall give the largest majority ever
given in a presidential year."
Manley points out that the largest
majority the Republicans have had in
September elections in presidential
years was 19.81S in 1S1. and adds: "If
it is a pleasant day the Republicans
expect to throw SO.000 votes on Monday-
next. The combined opposition can
not throw 60.000. and the Republican
majority which Governor Towers will
receive over Mr. Frank will be the
largest Republican majority ever given
a candidate for governor in a presi
Vandereoort' Threat Against llryan.
Omaha, Sept. 12. Paul Vandervoort,
of Omaha, president of the Reform
Press association, better known as the
middle-of-the-road Populists, gave to
The Bee a long interview touching the
efforts to have Sewall withdraw and
Watson substituted on the ticket. He
goes into details, as known to the offi
cers of the organization, of the situa
tion. The southwest, where the Poo-
lists hold the balance of power, de
clares that the vice president must lie
conceded to the Populists or Bryan
cannot be elected.
Texas PonulUt Kepndiate Fnaion.
Dallas, Tex., Sept. 12. The Populist
state executive committee, after a
day's secret session, has adjourned.
Chairman Bradley gave out two reso
lutions adopted by the body. The first
of these recognizes Bryan and Watson
as the national ticket of the party, and
a second is a denial in toto of newspa
per cnarges ot a deal between Repub
licans and Populists to carry the state
offices for the latter and state for Mc
Kinley. Jones Telegraph Senator Hill.
New York. Sept 12. Chairman James
K. Joncn, of the Democratic national
committee, has reached this city nnd held
several consultations with party lenders.
nenmor joues saia ne had telegraphed
Senator Hill, asking an interview, but
had received no response, tho message not
having beon delivered owing to Senator
Hill's absence from his home.
Sew Indiana Democratic Chairman.
Indianapolis, Sept. 12 After spend
ing a day in trying to induce Mayor
Taggart to accept the chairmanship of
the Democratic state committee, and
failing, the committee has elected
I'arks M. Martin, of Owen county,
chairman. Martin is a free silver man
in thorough sympathy with the Chi
cago ticket and platform.
Watson Not to Speak la Nebraska.
Iola, Kan., Sept. l J.-Thomaa E. Wat
son w ill not go to Nebraska ns he expected
to do when he left Ueoririn. lr e..b
From Abilene, where he speaks today, he
will IV.I.. .I.. . . .
mi. vmuiei" kj spena a week in the
campaign there. He makea this change
in his itinerary at the tho request of ex
Governor Waite. From Colorado Watson
will return to Georgia.
Fadon Complete In Colorado.
1-ueDio. svpi. 13 -Bryan and Sewall
electors ana tusion with the ,1 Sil
ver party with a Populist for governor is the
result of a three day' session of the Peo
ple s party convention.
tittle Difficulty New Orleans.
.-vew onenn. xpt. 13. c. J. Boatner
attacked Juc"ge A. A. Qunby. editor of the
Monroe Bulletin, on the street, of Monroe
witna neavy.sticfc. and a fight resulted.
I ne ngni wa Drought about by a letter
written by Hon. A Benoit. the Poonlist
candidate for conpr.-sa ngninst Bontncr
ana a candidate lor re-e'.ei-tinn. ' On Sat
urday last he published a communication
In Gunby' paper about Boatner, under the
caption, "Wbo is tbe Laaxt"
TIME -TOR ACTION.
John Bull Crows Restless Over
BOTE OF WARNING TO THE TUBE.
Asqnith. Former Iloiiie Secretary. Take
Strong Ground for Something More Ef
fective Than Talk C.lad.1 one I.-t Loose
Another Holt and the lves Inlnre
What I Written siroug Agitation la
Ewgland Against tha Porte.
London, Sept. 12. Mr. Henry As
auith. formerly secretary of state for
the home department, has addressed
the following message to The Chroni--le:
"I shall shortly address my constitu
ents when I shall express my views at
length, but I am in entire accord with
the conviction that the time has come
when Great Britain should refuse to
hold further terms with a government
which has become a meie instrument
for executing the purposes of a will
either criminal or insane. The I-Juropean
powers by whose favor the sultan
holds his throne cannot condone his
past crimes or Ignore future dangers
without sharing the guilt of the one
and becoming directly responsible for
the other. 1 hope we snail witness
such a manifestation of opinion here as
will save Great Britain from any
such complicity and will give strength
and authority to decided action on the
part of our government."
Ctatlstone Liter a ltnst.
The Chronicle in an editorial np
plauds Asquith's strong message as in
every way worthy a responsible states
man. Gladstone, in another letter on
the same subject declares: "The use
which the six powers have made of
remonstrance in the past year has not
been a mere failure or a mockery, but
a great instrument of mischief, because
it was implied that sui h a matter
can be disposed of by discussion and
has thereby supplied wholesale and
deliberate murder with the only as
sistance It wanted namely, the as
surance of impunity. In my judgment
even silence would be pref.-iable to
such discussion." The Daily News
(Liberal) commenting editorially upon
:ladstone's letter says: "The first
necessity of European peace is the de
position of the sultan."
The ItritUli Public Aronsed.
The Chronicle and Daily News and
other newspapers have such headings
as this over the articles on this sub
ject: "A Nation Aroused." etc. They
publish columns of accounts of meet
ings, protests of public liodies nnd
churches and of Intluential men. and
also an appeal from Frances Wilard to
the 10.000 Women's Christian Temiwr
ani q unions of the United States and
Canada to raise their voices against
the massacres of the Armenians.
' The Turk Hear the Warning.
A dispatch from Constantinople to
The Daily News says: "An official com
munication to the newspapers has
caused a sensation. It contemplates
the certainty of Armenian ris
ings in the provinces if matters
develop Into masecres, pillage
or destruction of property. At the same
time the soldiers are authorized to use
their arms in self defense against all
who atack them. This is the first time
that an official communication has
mentioned the massacres and pillage.'
GERMANY LOOKING FOR TKCH III.K.
Encroaching on Wlmt John Hull Considers
Zanzibar, Sept. M. (Copyright, 1896.
by the Associated Press. The belief
is prevalent here that Germany does not
intend to acquiesce in the action taken
by the British government through
Rear Admiral Henry Rawson in ap
pointing Hamoud liin Mohammed Bin
Said sultan of Zanzibar. Said Khali 1,
the alleged usurper, has been at the
German consulate ever since the fall
of the palace on Aug. 27. and in spite
of the request of the British consul for
his surrender there has been no dis
position manifested on the part of the
German officials to give him up.
Rumors are now In circulation here
that It Is the Intention of the
German authorities to reinstate
Khalid on the throne from
which he was deposed by force of
British arms. These rumors have caused
great uneasiness here. There is a feel
ing that Germany is not acting in a
friendly spirit and is seeking to make
an issue with Great Britain.
BANK ROBBED OF HALF A MILLION.
Two of the Bookkeepers Under Arrest to
New Orleans, Sept. 12. Frank B.
Leefe and Louis Colombo, book-keepers
in the Union National bank, have
been- arrested by the United States
deputy marshal. The specific charges
against them have not yet developed.
Leefe was arraigned and held in $10,
000 bonds for a hearing. His bond was
immediately signed. Colomlie is ill at
his home. The defalcation Is purported
to be in the neighborhood of $.00.000.
The arrests were made in order to
hold the men pending a further in
vestigation. The total defalcation so
far discovered amounts to over SJ".
000, and the falsification of the hooks.
If not done to cover up the initial
losses of the bank by the failuie of a
prominent commercial firm which oc
curred eight or ten days ago. show that
the stealing has been going on for some
Type Casting Machine Patent.
Washington, Sept. 12. There has
been pending in the patent office for
about three years a contention between
W. S. Scudder and Ottmar M rgenthal
er as to priority of invention in line
casting machinery. The comniissioiierof
pensivm fma decided ail iiic issues In
favor of Scudder.
Iowa College Preaidnil Dead.
Cedar Ktpids, Sept. 12. Ir Jamc Mnr
shnll, president of Coe college of this city,
prominent fur years ns nn eduiutor and
Presbyterian divine, died suddenly yester
day morning of pncumouia. after a very
brief illness. '
ndeavcrera tw Met-t in 'Frisco.
Boston, Sept 12. The ofiicers of the
United States Society of ChrUtiun Kn
denvor have announce I that the dates of
the next international ChrintUu Endeavor
convention will be July 7 12, 117. San
S'rsiaelaco has beau selected as tbe place.
Castoria is lr. Samuel Pltcher'a prescription for Iufiinta
Mid Children. It contains neither Opium. Morphine nor
other Sarcotic substanra. It Is a lmriule MtbstitntA
for Paregoric, Irop!, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its tniarantca is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishitess. Castoria prevents vomitluj Sour Curd,
cures IMarrhrea and Wind Colic. Castoria relievos
tecthlns troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the Mouiuclt
and bowels, cit ing healthy aad natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Caooria is an excellent medicine fne chil
dren. Mother have repeatedly told me ot Its
good effect upon their children."
Da. Q. C Osooon,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I Lope the day is cot
far distant when mothers willconsijer tbe real
Interest of their children, and ne Cistoria in
stead of thevariousqiiack nostrums which are
destroying their lorrd ones, by forcing onm,
morphine, soothing eyrop and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to prenialiire grave.
Ia. J. F. Knn.-nuoa,
The Contawr Cornpany, T7
Health is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
01 the Chicago Melical Institute Peravaneclly ljoatsl in bate-apart, Io
f, hk h
DK. T. M. WALSH,
Former1-! Clinical Prorata pi la tweercklcseat
a tac medical col legos.
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VARICOCKLK U the most aotive cause of nervont debility. Why treat
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OUS CttEDfcNllALS and Testimonials are the Best The uu merous so
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oUierfil. Twiefore, do notwaete time with otaera.bot coon It us at once and wain
yonr Joet health. There i a stage in every dieaae that you can be cared, luve to ied
that 'I-' If : experiment ny longer, bnt eoiuralt as at once, rartbermore, we
oSer (1 ,0in to anyone proving oar credentlalsTalM. We make it an object for von to Invea
tiaaie oar. Do other tpectalieta offer yea aoah a fair pronoaitJon.
ll StuTl' tn0 WTn' H'-1Ildre1 cored by mall. Boon tolt.ltet.ltel. Sssdai
OFFICE 124 W. Third St, MoCullough. Bulldinf-, Isvenport. lows.
FOR THE FALL SEASON
UTew Picture IClouldings Just in.
Adams Wall Paper Co
MO. t and 3u Twentieth stre-e-.t
BK1VER8 fe ANDERSON
CONTOACTORS and BUILDERS.
All atcda of aarpaaia
nfllrw and fthon 791 Twelfth strant
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rwerns I T m..l. . I
- far na'a ia Bock
Ialsxs, UU, by Bans nilcmeyar, drntVlsls.
" Castoria is so well adapted to chit lrea Uiat
I recommend S assupariur to any avacriptiun
known to me.
R. A. Aacwaa. U.
Ill So. Oaf ord St., Brooklyn. N. f.
Cor physician ia the children's drynuv
D:mt lure spoken highly of their exprri
enee in their outside practice withCaKtmi.
aud although wo only bar among r-ur
medical supplies what is known as rrjrii!. r
product, yet we are free to ronfeea that tl
merita ot Castoria baa won as to louk wait
favor upon M.
Ubitbb lloarfTai. aan Diarcwaaav,
auxa Snrra, rr ,
Murray Street, Now Ym-k City.
DB. J. K. WALSH,
Lata of Cateago, fntraerly naoe-ta-Oblef
St. Ambon HoiltaL.
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