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when incjuirinjj where ho could
gel an elegant suit made fur
ham, such as id worn by the ;
(iiiitlte swell at Newport or War
Harbor, wa directed by one of
tlipiti to lit iiTr."!, where no ono
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ppnrmire at a reasonable price.
PURITY ASD EXCELLENCE
18 TUB MOTTO AT
Import.. wholesale tmn,
l.r r.r iiwrlwc and U
east of fssllitir.
No' 151 i13 Third Ave. pw'wi.
are the most fatal of ail
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED remed
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Prk 50c and Imw
White Seal saloon
1&5 Second Avenue,
II QUANTITY ASD QUALITY.
I CMifr ,r I r.
tlib year in valuable
articles to smokers of
Yon wilt find one coupon in
cidc each 2-ouuce bag, and two
coupons inside each 4-ounce
hay,, liuj-alinj;, rend the coupon
" now wj gci your snare, v
nil' I r.cc now to cct vour share.
rorrs a tin. limiuond.
Chicago. Sa-pt. It;. League tins hall
clubs report the following figures: At i
t leveiand Chicago , Cleveland 6
Onrkm-sm; t LnuKvill.i St. Louis is,
Louisville H; ut Washington Brook
lyn 1. Washington 4.
Western League: At Iictrolt Mln
n.'n polls 6. Detroit 3: (second tramp
Minneapolis 5. Detroit 0: at Columbus
.Mllwuukec B. Columbus 6; at I rami
Rapids-St. Paul I. f'.rund Rapids ?:
(aa-cond tcanu) Ft. Paul 1. t.rand Rap
ids 2; at Indianapolis Ruin.
Assignment nt Maroa, III.
txratur. Ills., Kept. 16. William It.
Parker, dealer In farm Implements at
Mama, has assigned to John Crocker.
Liabilities. J0.2::s; asets. $30,930.
New Vork FinanrlaL
. Ntw York. Sept. 15.
Money on mil nominally 6.. r cent.;
primo merennt .1 piiix-r. i Al per a-eut.; ster
line; eKchauir-i .toii'lr with artnal ImsiuiMS
In Imokf-n' bil'.s at I t .4M! for demaud and
4sli ! 4.; fur sixty liays: post' 1 ratoa. is!
tMV 4v-i: -nmmer.-ial bills, tux
Hilvr n'rtillcatci. liV&ij'jr uo auk's; bar
rilvrr. C4 14: jl.-iK-an lillarj. uJij.
I'mtnl Stxti K"Vinmipnt liou.li firm;
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tirl. Hi',: il... nraiMai, 111;; s-4 r.-jeiHt-jrii
VI; rarlti" ' of "1)7. pel.
Chicago Grain and Proriura.
Ciiioaoo. Sipt. 13.
Pollonr iiu were tho quotuioni on the
board of Trado todiy: S. ptcnibcr. opt.nol
rl.iel 6K-; IvwmloT. ow:iol BO;;
rlowd &; May. oueJ W40, i-hwed
KVff. Corn Kopti'mlier, nomiimL rlosed
IK'-ic; riiwiiilii'r. oiM-nel Sl'i: cIm1 SI4l-.
May. oiMiwl Slr. -!ol w4e. Oats Sup
l inb.T, ocuel l'ij,; v'l I'c; Ui-tolMr,
oi-nwl I.V4C. rlond 15V: .May, oiionrd 1.,
rlosvl IH'ljp. I l'ork St'pti;iulr. onii-d iXi't,
rlostsl J.Vr.Tls; th-tolmr. oiwuel 4Vi.aU, i-lutwd
laur-l Si'ptirnlT. iiuininal. ilosod
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Prodiiiw liutter: Kxtr.i fTcann-rv. IZn iter
lb; extra i';airjr. !!.; Ir-.1 pa-kin Ht.ick.
6'.car. Kgz Fruli Nto.-is, M'(Mi por dox.
ln try TurU.-y. Sllv; pur 11.; thi.-lteuj,
ha-ua. TUi-; ;irin Oiikmn, r.mitiri.
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tariy Ohio. Is.cJij r bt.s Illinois, 1.
'Mc. llonoy Wliitu . lover. I I (,14 ; IK; liroiton
fumli. ntr.vll, fi.trt,;. Apples H- t
t'H-k. a..vil"i pi-r bli.; grjau uto.-k, a
4 lilraffit Uvti Stock
I'll II AliO. 8pt. 15.
Llvo S'..a k Pri.i at tlin l'nio:i 8ta-k
yanla tojay raniri'l a follows: IIos F.-tliTiat-l
ts--"lf ts f..r tli4 inv. l.i'KO; saldi
raiii-l nt '.S.f-I.i piss, f.l.ni t; I to hunt.
tS.iO-:;.! riia parkin;. KM. Ui mixed
au I i.;v.(.t.i( ma.-y pa-'kiuf an J sUipjiiuK
t'attl" F.tlmatpl ttwipti for th day.
tWMi; imitations rainji-l at Sl.TVuYU ch'iit
to rxtra !ilp;diis nti-rs. f 1 i.'.l rjnnl ,
choii-u do.. t4 u '4.4K fair t uood. H.t,i3.iw
romiiion to iiKHiinm. do.. .n!M.IH lQtr!irt
tws. It.."., ;l.ai utoa-krs. lm.r,!.ri) foaiii-rs.
H iVjm cows. .4oTt;!.ii.l bvifa-ra, l.7.V,ul.;5
bulls oxn and ol4ir, VI.tUiW.ID Toxas stern,
-'.7.i:ij wffiitrru rauerra. and 4V).u.V75 veal
Sh-ip and I jmls Elstimal rooolpto for the
day. a.un; saku raninsl t'-' nn.r,i il western
t-'.di.rS.TS Texans, -'.U0jJ.lU natitres, and
t- KH-St lamba
Tha Looal Markau.
llay-TimMliy. 6MT; wild,tSl6.
I otaioca. MW-tjc.
Butter Kair to ctio'ca, 13t; freh crramerj.
Nmn chiek. .u so , doaea,
t osl .soft. PV.
av.ltrI,"!.t",r ,OT Corn M '" if
. I Qlwl fttin 1 . - . . - at. a . .
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hat a-p ;q.
fcpt aj Lamb-a taM4 t bead.
Children Cry for
KutiUtvwa 1! Itu.
star all Kbit,
eat en Etta tf Vn..
Siding, Flooring, Walnacoating
lStfc tnet, bei. it sad Ilk avtaaes.
THE AltGOaWEDNESDAy. pPTEMBEB 16, 1869.
SEWALL MUST GO,
At Least That Is the Dictum of
a Leading Populist.
HAUTE ELECTION IS CONCLUSIVE,
Bat Ha no Other Significance, In the
Opinion of Chairman Waahbnrn Fur
ther Flarnree from the Pine-Tree State
UcKlnlej Receives av Bust of Old War
Comrades and Also Some Buckeye State
Men Bryan's Reception iu Kentucky
General Political Sews.
Chicago, Sept. 16. Georg-e F. Wash
burn. chairman of the western branch
burn, chairman of the western branch
of the Populist national committee,
when Interviewed on the subject of the
Maine elect on. made the following state
ment: "The results are Just what we
expected. Maine is my native state,
and I knew the sentiment there well.
The vote has no more significance
than Arkansas' reply to Vermont, ex
cept to emphasize how much of a
burden the Democracy has in its vice
"Uo you think Mr. Sewall should
"I certainly do, and the state of
Maine also says so. I agree with Tom
Iteud that 'Sewall's star sinks and Wat
son's rises. The voice of Maine does
not Indicate any mismanagement of
the campaign. It is no test of Bryan's
popularity, or even of the silver issue.
Fire To Be Concerted on Sewall.
"There Is an undercurrent of feeling
which pervades the nation in support
of the claim of Mr. Watson's friends
that should he recognized. There is
force in the statement that 'Mr. Sewall
Is no more our candidate than Is Mr.
Hobart. There is also significance In
the attitude of the middle-of-the-road
men. who say that 'So Watson means
no Bryan.' I know that these men as
well as the Bopublicans have accumu
lated a mass of evidence against Mr.
Sewall which they purpose to make
public, and which may force the Dem
ocratic party to a defense of Mr. Sew
all's record during the closing days of
the campaign; but so long as the issue
can be kept uon silver Mr. Bryan as a
standard bearer of the allied forces
can keep the enemy on the run, and
the Republicans realize this.
How Ha. 4'ould -t Oft (iracrfully.
"It Is possible for him to become tho
hero of the campaign by rising above
jiersonal ambition and declaring that
the silver cause must win. If on the
other band he insists on continuing,
and the attack on him should result in
Bryan's defeat, he would be hold re
sponsible by an Indignant people and
would be scorned and hated as the
most unpopular man in America. Mr.
Sewall cannot be forced off the tichet.
It would be better for him to remain
on than to retire in a way that would
do his party injury, but he could de
clare in a patriotic way that the cause
of silver lies nearer to his heart than
Ha Hope for a Straight Fight.
"The Maine eW'tion is owr; he has do
monstrnttil his weakness. Hi party vote
In his own ward was only one-lialf of
what It was four years ago. Ho has con
tended four time for election in his ward
to thenldermanic chnmbjr mid has lie n
defeated twice, the last time by a ship
Joiner who polled IS I votes to his T. I un
derstand further that .Mr. Sewall attended
the. In lie convention of his party in his
stato which lioininat-.tl Mr. Winilow, a
gold Democrat, nnd ndopted a gold plat
form, nml although Mr. !evall was thero
he offered no olijivtion to tho platform or
ticket. The crisis is at hand,
and 1 trust a way will lw found to unite
nil of the r-forin forces upon twncandi
dntes to resist the united forces
or the Cleveland Republicans and Mc
kinley Di'tiiocrats. The only way to unite
is for the Democrats to take our man."
31-KIM.l.V ICKCKIVKS !.! SOLDI KISS.
Kvery Post In Ilia llainie Comity liepro-ea-nteU
Canton. O.. Sept. 16. The reception
of the old soldiers yesterday was most
enthusiastic. The Woman's Relief
corps and thousands of Cantonians
followed the parade to the McKinley
home. Kvery post in the county and
many from adjoining counties were
represented. Major McKinley was
given an ovation and was interrupted
by cheers at short intervals. Colonel
J. J. Clark presented the delegation in
a stirring speech, and the major ap
propriately and felcitouKiy responded.
When the handshaking was reached
there was a great rush. The delega
tion from Somerset. la., over 2,UoO, was
approaching, and it was feared there
would not be time for all to get to Mc
Kinley. The Pennsylvanians had five bands
and many banners and emblems. The
trip was arraiiKed by the Lincoln club,
of Somerset. tS. R. Skull, president.
This delegation of farmers came over
2.10 mileH. State Senator Norman B.
Critchtield made the Introductory ad
dress. Three times Major McKinley lie
gan to speak and each time was in
terrupted by cheering, and when he
concluded there was unusual eager
ness to shake his hand.
Hon. Richard Kerens, national mm
niitteman from Missouri, was alio
at the McKinley home. His state will
send the first big delegation of farmers
from the west Oct. a, from along the
Santa Ke road, which passes through
BRYAN'S TRIP TO THE SOITH.
Bat a Very Hearty Rereptinn as Far as He
Lexington. K, Sept. 16. Kentucky
hospitality and southern enthusiasm
were showered upon William Jennings
Uryan during his trip yesterday in the
the blue grass region. The greatest recep
tion tendered him was at Lexington,
where he addressed from i:,0uO to 20.000
people at the fair grounds. A proces
sion, unique In its character and im
pressive to a large degree, passed be
fore him as he was on the speaker's
stand. The farmers of the surround
ing counties got Into Lexington early
in the morning and came in a typical
southern way, traveling the entiredis
lance on hoixes. While Bryan was' ad
dressing the audience the horsemen
were seen entering the gates of th
tair grounds, riding in double file and
s trying Democratic campaign ban
ners. It took twenty-five minutes for
the column to file past the nominee, and
every horsemman tried to outdo his
neighbor in yelling and in cheering.
Bryan spoke to the farmers, and it was
a speech intended for farmers. He told
them that those who applied the name an
archist to tho bone and muscle of this
oonn try wove doing more to overthrow our
government than any anarchist who ever
carried a red flag. It was nearly 3 o'clock
when Bryan urrived at the driving park.
His appearance was the signal for the
greatest applause. He was introduced to
the audience by Hon. C. J. Bronston. state
senator and candidate for congress. Bryan
took occasion at every opportunity to ad
vise the Palmer and Buckncr men to vote
for McKinley. .
Bryan also spoke at Frankfort.
Versailles, Mayville and many other
places at which the train stopped for a
THE PARITY OF OIK DOLLARS.
Secretary Carliale Gives an Explanation to
Bar Harbor, Me., Sept. 16. Secretary
Carlisle has written a letter on the
subject of the maintenance of the pari
ty between gold and silver, to James P.
Helm, of Louisville, which is as fol
lows in part:
"My Dear Sir: Your letter asking
how the silver dollars which contain
a quantity of bullion comercially
worth only about 53 cents each are
maintained at a parity with gold, hot
wihstanding the fact that the govern
ment does not directly redeem them or
the certificates issued upon them in
gold. Is received, and as a great many
inquiries upon the same subject are
addressed to me daily from different
parts of the country, which it is im
practicable to answer in detail, I will
take advantage of your favor to an
swer them all at once.
"All the standard silver dollars is
sued from the mints since the passage
of the act aJf 1STS. now amounting to
more than tl33.0u0.000, have been coined
on public account from bullion pur
chased by the government, and are
legal tender In payment of all debts,
public and private, without regard to
the amount, except when otherwise ex
pressly stipulated in the contract be
tween the parties. They belong to the
government when coined, and they are
paid out by the government at a
parity with gold for proiorty and ser
vices of all kinds, and received from
the people at a parity with gold in
the payment of all public duos and
demands. The government has made
no discrimination whatever between
the coins of the two metals, gold hav
ing been paid on it coin obligations
when gold was demanded, and silver
having been paid when silver was de
manded. "Under this policy the coinage has
been so limited by law and the policy of
the treasury department that the
amount coined has not become so great
as to drive the more valuable coin,
gold, out of use, and thus destroy the
basis of cur monetary system." The
secretary then quotes the acts of July
14, 180. and Nov. 1. 18:.1, providing
that all the money of the country shall
lie kept at a parity, and Fays those acts !
have helped keep the silver dollar up
to par wish gold, the people having
confidence that the government would
keep its promise. He finally sava that !
if the parity could be maintained no j
other way it would be the duty of the 1
treensury to exchange gold dollars for !
TICKET TROl ltLK IN ILLINOIS.
Buck Hinrichsen Rnla-s the Gold Democ
racy OtT the Sheet.
Chicago, Sept. 16. The "sound
money" Democrats have at last
reached the point where they must se
lect a name for themselves. The in
fant party can go unnamed no longer,
and the christening is not far off ."The
National Democratic party" was the
title which was attempted at the In
dianapolis convention, but if they ex
pect to get on the ballot thev will t.r..l.-
ably have to abandon this. Secretary
or htate Hinrichsen says any name
with "Democrat" in it will not 1.0 ni-
lowed. and, in view of the fact that the
Australian ballot law makes the secre
tary of state and the attorney general
a court of last retort in such contro
versies, what Hinrichsen and Moloney
say must be decisive.
The "sound money" Democrats have
begun the work of i...oinn , ,..ia!
which is to entitle them to a place on
the ballot, and this Is why they must
choose a name. Voters cannot be ex
pected to sing a petition for a name
less party, nor can they be expected to
"i"ieiess ticket. The petition
must be circulated ih.. ,.,...,.
tire state and must contain the mimes
01 uuy voters rrom every county. Con
siderable time mav K ..a 1
the executive committee of which Mr.
umiiihon is chairman realize s there
must be no forth.... .1.1-.. .
ly a legal committee has been appoint-
luosioer tne whole matter of
getting recognition from the board of
election commissioners and complying
"u" ' equm-ments of the Australian
law. Judge Th
iam C. Asay and w l wa.,.....' ...
on the com It tee.
Surprise for Connecticut Itemocrats.
New Haven. Conn snt 11:
the greatest surprises on the eve of the
state Democratic convention was the
announcement made last night that
the Democratic state central commit
tee, which up to VBOI....1.. w a i
composed of a majority of gold stand
ard men. had unconditionally resigned
nomocracy. Thp rnmr.u
afternoon to arrange the preliir.inary
programme and selected William Ken
nedy for temporary chairman. He Is a
ver man and Chairman Davis,
Secretary Brown atirt 1 s.
teemen at once resigned.
Big Gold Democratic Demoost ration.
New York. Sent. IB -, i 1,..
num. of the National Democratic com
mittee is in the city. He spoke In
Brooklyn last night. After leaving New
... . lo 'ngton. Ky., and
will speak there. He win then return
here w-Kh Generals Palmer and Buck
ner and will speak at a monster meet
ing w hich the National Democracy will
hold next Monday night in Madison
Gold Democratic Fiaane. Committee.
New York. Sept. IS. Chairman W. D.
Bynum. of the National Democratic
party, ua appointed the foUuwing
members of the financial committee:
Charles J. Canda. chairman: Abram S.
Hewitt, William C. Whitney. John D.
Crimmtns, Samuel D. Babcock. Geo.
Foster Peabody, James Speyer. Walter
Stanton, J. Hampden Robbe. Roswell
P. Flower. George F. Vail. Charles S.
Fairchild, John C. Bullitt. John A. Mo
Call. W. R. Grace. Theo. W. Meyers.
Charles Tracey. August Belmont, Jor
dan L. Mott and George Ehret. John
P. Frenzcl, treasurer, headquarters
Palmer House. Chicago.
FIFTY TDOISAXD STILL CLAIM KD.
Latrmt Returns of the Election In tho I'lna
Augusta. Me.. Sept. 16. With over 100
towns to lie yet heard from the Repub
lican plurality in Maine figures up 46.
125. and will probably be Lu.UCO hen all
ef the towns are in. The returns are
complete from 418 towns, citia-s and
plantations in the state, and from ten
3t the counties. The towns heard from
give Powers (Rep.), 7s.?40: Frank
tt'em), 32.515; Ladd (Pro.). 2.746:
Bateman (Pop.), 1.731: W. H. Clifford
(National), 576. Over 82.000 Republican
votes, it is estimated, were thrown and
about 33.000 Democratic. The Repub
lican vote has exceeded luiything ever
before known In Maine, the nearei-t ap
proach to it lieing the T!.4il received by
Governor Burleigh in
The New York Itetuocracy.
Buffalo, Sept. 16. It is stated that
the Democrats have agreed upon Kl
liott Danforth. Bryan man. for chair
man of the state committee. This with
other arrangements for the campaign
in the state is asserted to mean that
Senator Hill's wishes have been con
sulted and a compromise made with
him in order to keep the state organi
zation from going to pieces. The slate
for the state ticket is unchanged nml
Thatcher will probably be the candidate
for governor, with General Isaac Cat
lin, of Brooklyn, for lieutenant gov
ernor. Wolcntt Has I'lentv of Friends.
Colornal.t Springs, Colo., Sept. !. The
uemoiisu-ition which was accorded Kd
wanl (. Wolcott, junior senator of Colo
rado, UTM111 his arrival in tbi . in-v.wi..r-
d.ir surpass anything ever given any
P-.iiin .11 sjKitKcr wno nits ever visited this
city. Thousands (f people greeted the
iimair 111 tne station and parmlcd tho
streets for an hour and a half. The Coli
seum, seating 4,uuu iwople, was crowded.
An overflow meeting of over 5,tntl in
North park was addressed bv VVole..t t. i.t.
the conclusion of his Coliseum speech.
Jones' Majority in Arkansas.
Littli Rock, Sept. 1C. Returns from
seventy-three out of the seventy-live coun
ties of tho state give Jones (Dem. ), for
governor, 80.5W); liemmel (R"u.), 31,l:il;
files (Pop.), 13,yi; Midcr (Pro.), 7l.
Jones' plurality, M,-i."l: Jones' ma iorit v.
Qniucy Herald for rainier and Bncknrr.
vmincy, nig., ?cpt. lti. Tho (juint-y
Herald, which was a strong Cleveland mid
luouey iht. out nns supportcal
BrvHM flmiinal t..klnL,.. .
r - .ii.a ....nil? aaub
for Palmer and Buckncr as representing
una? scot uciuucntgy.
Palmer Going to New York.
pringfleld. Ills.. Sent. Ill Senator
John M. rainier, candidate for president
of tho gold Democratic party, will leave
this city S-iturdny for New York, where,
he will open tho campaign on Sept. lti at
Madison Square garden.
BANDITS MADE THE ATTACK.
Facts About the Fight at the Las Palomaa
Custom House, Meaieai,
Silver City, N. M., Sept. 16. Otllclal
advices received by the Mexican con
sul at 1 Killing, N. M., from Mexican
custom house officers at Las Palomas
give particulars of a raid ujmn the
custom house there Monday by a band
of armed men composed of Tomaa hic
Indians. Mexicans and three or four
while men, numbering alaout fifty in
all. The bandits were resisted by the
custom house officers and guards, the
battle lasting seven hours. Two of the
bandits were killed, two of the Mexi
can custom house employes were mor
tally wounded and several slightly
The bandits were finally driven off
and retreated across the line into New
Mexico, and that night cncaiiiied In
the Florida mountains about ninety
strong: Governor Ahumada, of Chihua
hua, has troops en route for I .as Palo
mas. The white men In the gang are
supposed to be the leaders of the Imrder
bandits recently chased by a I'nited
States marshal and troops. Rohlicry
la supposed to have lieen the motive.
Think Brown Is Itrranged.
Eau Claire, Wis., Sept. liFrank
Brown, a prosperous druggist or llon
dovi. Wis., formerly of this city, came
to Eau Claire a few days ago and la-ft
here for parts unknown, nrter mailing
to his wife at Mondovi rloeds to all bis
real estate and bills of sale of all his
pa-rsonal property, and a letter in
which he bade her and their 15-year-old
son good-bye and said they would
never see hin. again. He added that
he did not owe any one a dollar. His
wife Is now here, but can fuel no trace
of him. Brown's friends fear he Is
Made a Large Purchase of Mines.
Topeka, Kas.. Sept. 16. C. J. Devl-n,
manager of the coal properties of the
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Ke Rail
way company, has bought all of that
company's mines in Kansas and wilt
take possession Oct. 1. His purchase
includes the Santa Fe mines In Kansas,
Osage, Cherokee and Crawford coun
ties. He also owns the mines at M.-u-ao-line.
Mo., and Toluca. Ills., from which
the Santa Fe gets a large part of its
fuel. This sale closed out the last of
the Santa Ke's carc.l proerties. Th
price paid is not stated.
Sale of the Vaa-ht Canada.
Toronto, Sept. lrt. The yacht Canada,
winner of the International nice at To
ledo, was yesterday sold at public auction
to George E. Hamilton. a,f Hamilton, Out.,
for SVi'iO. Mr. Hnm lton i manager of
the W. K. Sanford company and was act
ing for Senator Sinford, of Hamilton,
who is 1 he ml purchaser. There were no
Offer of Colorado Miners.
Lcadville, Colo., Sept. 11. The miners'
nnion has published a card offering to
lease all the down-town mines, drain and
ojicratc them, paying the owner a 25 per
cent, royalty aud paying the fcj scale for
all labor. It offers to furnish a 1U0,0W
for Infants ana Children.
TH1KTT TsW opearvnti mt C torfav with thajpatmnaayw of
llltons of yaraowa. pel aaltWa to .peak ef It saKlinat raei.
It Ji tufasstloaaUf tlss boat remedy for Infanta and ClilUiTi
wasrlel fcaa evar kaswa. It la ausrmlaaa. Children life It. tt
avsaa taam kssaJUi. It svlll aava their live.. In tt Mot nets tiara
Maanabk wMob Is atkeolotole saafo aaad jaraeticsill perfant aw m
hil d's medtobasv
Castoria nfcstrsiys Wesraaaa
Caatorla nJlays FevrtkaMa.
Castoria revests vomiting Sour Cartl.
Castoria carssa IMarrhmi aad Wind tolia.
Castoria. relieves Teething Tnmolri.
Caatorisi ewrea Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria. neutral laws the lTctaof caxboaio acid gas or prjonons nf.
Castoria does apt eon tain morpklnss. opium, or othpraaro tv- proper? r.
Caatorla aaatnxflatoa the food, resola-tee tha stemarh and now?-.
giving haalthy and natural aleep,
Caatoria Is put ap In ono-afeo bottles iwTy. It Is not sold fa tjulk.
Don't n!I;5rv any one to enTitaany?btn5 rl on the plea or proccla
taat It Is "Jnat as good " and "will answer evasry pnrpoa.
Children Cry for
Health Is the Sunshine of Home Have you got
it? If not, consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Helical Institute Permanently located in b.ecporl, low
DR. T. M. WALSH,
oruerl Oi Bleal Prornnm ta tweotCUeajro
wartef and teal col arrest.
NKL.VOUS DKBILHT-Faihauetive drains, tJeer.lca.neei, threetond a.
i.Ty.""1""'1 to nervmi. xi.s .aiVm,
CATAKKH Dysjp-ia. Asthma. Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphlile. H'nod.
VABlCOCiiLr Is the most active cause of nervous debility. Wbr treat
WOMEN Sufferinp froai disoaaus peculiar to tbeir mi should consult us.
ZVSi"'?19 boins.ad . may be able to ear. . nrkJ
OUR UtKI IKNTI A IsS and Mm
Bedlosl .n y rrsl case. I, pra,.f eociasiver'SInosoT aiinodT cursV
othersUii. Taercf.m. do ant waete time with others, hot iMmm 0.1.
yonr k healih. Then- a .tsire in erery disease ttiat sou caxi he rL L TTl 5
that fAs-t If not. do not rnrimm,i iZZr?Z.l!2i uf J?. Mav. v-.s aoaecd
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