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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, KOVEMliKK 26, 1892.
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-i ni't i:iot. Liaine leave Ro-k In anil at
n. aii'l 6 20 p. m ; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
l:15a.m. I eave Penjia (5:00 a. m. and
j.; arrive RocU laland 4 . mi p. m. and 1:35
ii ;- r in diilv circiit Snnday.
t-"e trer traina arrive and depart Union
(' laircaron Tast Erpre between Bock
a , 1 I'enrn, both direction.
:-!i tickot to all points; oarage enccted
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1 Aceoni. Acron.
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e. :':uw, a. -iTucKiiounie..
nmrintendent. f'-u'l Tltt. Aee: l
' Y.!TH THE OEOGnAPHV 0FTHI3 COUNTRY V.'ILt ClTATI
'5 .-C IsrOfiKATIOM FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE
GiiicaiiB, Eaci Island & Pacific By,
Tup Dirpct Ftoute to s:d from Chicago, Jollt, Ottawa,
J'-irla, La Salle. Mollne, Koc:k Island, In ILLINOIS;
l'svrnp.irt, Muscatine, Ottuuiwa, Oskaloosa, Des
! -lifs, V'fntprwt, Audubon, Harlan and Council
I 'ills. In IOWA; Minneapolis and BL Tsui, In 51IS
M solA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA;
t ii icrco, St. Joseph and Kaunas City, in MISSOl'RI;
("i aha, Lincoln, Falrbury and Nelson, in N EBKASKA;
M- luson, Leavenworth, Ilortoc, Topeka, Hutt-hlnson.
V- :i !;iia, lklleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, to
L AN-ah; KinptliUor, El Reno ai-.d Minco.ln INDIAN
l:.l:l:IT01:y; Denver, Colorado SprlDRS and Pueblo,
I: I uI.ortADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
: itrazinc lands, attardlngUie best facilities of Inter
c ii.niunication to all towns and cities east and west,
northwest and southwest of Oblcago and to Pacific and
trans-oteanic seapora '
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors tn splendor of equipment,
between CHICAOO and DES MOINES. COUNCIL
HU FFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAOO and
DF.NVEK, COLOUADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, vis
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA snd via ST. JOSEPH,
r aI!oC , 1ay Cu"cl'" FREE RECLINING CHAIB
IA1.S. and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Clow connecli,,,,. st Denver and Colorado Springs with
d vcrgl,, railway Uues. now forming the new snd
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Oyer .hfch snperbly.qnlpped trains run dalh
II UOTGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Bal,
l ake City, Cgden and San F-ncisco. TnE P.0"E
I.-LAND Is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to ami
fr im J.anltou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary ano
scenic resorts and cities and minlngdlstrlcts In Colorado.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
Fr i ?t Joseph snd Kamas City to and from all im-
Tt t-wns.citief and sectiout in Southern Nehraski
i er.il the Indian Tirrltory Also via ALBERT
v RwLTE Him Kansas Cltv and Chicago to Water
' s'" Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. iAUl,
e.-'.irig for all points north and northwest bet wit
- .':.- iu0 the Pacific Coast.
Far Tickets Maps, Folders, or desired Information
Py to any Coupon Ticket Office in the United Stabs
or Canada, or address '
E?J" JOH,, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
.aunaser, GenlTxt. 4Pssa
CrTHOa jq IUL
many women suffer from Excess tve or
tJ."fc ncmiiuitivi; tl) C y OOO t know
I who to confide in to get proper advice.
Don' confide In anybody but try
Speclfc lor PAINFUL. PROFUSE,
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to "WOMAN" mailed Tree.
BRADF1EL0 v.fiv.i s.Tr,i r? f;ir.fa
Hsalthful, Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Hands, Woundi, Burns, Sto
SamoTes and Prevents Dandruff.
mmm fily soip,
Eest for General Household Use
A new an i t'.rpliTe Tirntmrtit, rnn,l!ir!?' of
s pj oiiito Ointuii'ttt in Oi;ul , ali-o in lUx
i a Pi pi ; t'o-ii ive i'nre for fci"ertl. IMini or
r- cediT'tf rc'iin:, t-hr ic Vcr n' or IltTc.iir ry
Vllrs, Fk m m-k wkaknki'SE nml m nv other rlfp
e it i-1 hIwjivi m tr at lienefit to ih- iri ncrnl
h '1th. h- fir?1 il;p.'"vtry of tt me iir-il cure ren
'urintTai ojnTi' nii with ihe ktife iiTHiecc-sftry
hiTafte T) N I; nin:y J:ns mvpr Nti known
ro fail. 1 pfr huv.fi for .S, bcm rv mail. Whv
- jffiT fr tf-ri ibh' cii mo when a written
ata.rante imihH v y c v n with 6 rtottlrs, 10 rc-
mj the riiiU'i-v if nor cured. Sen! ttamp for
' -e pntupl in : e if by onr rtL'enl.
JAPANESE UVEK PELLETS
Act like inuiric on the ttnnach, Livvr unl i:w
: dinpoli iyip'pia, Brloi:sne-p, Frvt-r. Colds,
I-'ervons OiEoriHT,sleepleine(-.I.oi of ApptiliTe.
rt'suire? the compli-ciion : perfect dici'Huon fol
I )ws their U9i. Positive fare lor 8irK IIkapachc
fnd Conrlpation. Small, mild, tai-y to take. Large
ViaU of f ) -25 renin.
I1AKTZ fc HAUNsi-N Sole AL-ent Itock Island
Ant Tour D'nffim for :
tS-if bo'.Ua of . The only
L3? noti poiionoi remedy lor all
the uunalurkl dischanrea and
fjif private dueasus of men and the
M'4 ucbilii&tiiic weakness peculiar
to women. It cures in a lew
r4T"dy without the aid or
TtiiliHiTT fit m Iftptnr
J. Thi Iniimnl American Care.
1 TO 3 DAYS.
f an absolute: cure FOtri
WILL NOT CAUSEi
sxh: ctu t: e. ask for j
Big G? hi pain. ndstajn.K
H-'-t 1 -a HL :: 1 iC'.M- CH
12a r.'r.ir! Chot!.i-al ro
TJ H. THOMAS Sole Agent
ill j 'asWv.D-
T. H. THOMAS.
rr will hot
W YOU TAKB
f SOO Reward lot ears
injurious subsiaaee isoae
- 1st these Ca pastes.
NOIIMA-i '-IOMTY. PaBILY OMBIMsjT.
D Molnssw low.
For sale b ah drnggiatt Uarlz b BUinseo
Met miim mm it.
' Inssne Persons Reitoef4
vJPr.KLJjrE B GREAT
'slrViAm ftNcsvs DlUAn Ohv tw.
oil Mi i t Ti i ii & .y . rWfA
I IsVALUSLS it taken u dirand. JV Fui mf!-
fist day's ust. TroatiM 1 a tHsl bottle free
I fit poaw. iney parme; CKumacaaryeao trw whea
recelTen. Send names. P. O. anri ewev arfvifevi M
1 atlUcted to Da.KLlNfc.eii Art SI rn:Ul.ihi h.
aeJaeaisia. MMIfAXM Or- UUtATMt rJUiSA
JtvVni Ivari Chf weal Co."-S,a
XioVwV Cincinnati, o. 4ytj
rWZ,2 -TvS. JT
oney refcoded ff not? C?1) A
as we say. Sent postpaid CifOiat
a ratelr: o price, Jja
A WOMAN WHO KNOWS HOW TO
MKE EAT!G ENJOYABLE.
No KorinaH'j. No MifTiirKa, but Just So
ciability hiiiI IVrfVtt Fans Food So
Taken NourI1ie Our anil Does Not
Invitn Iii'lic--tiri and Dyspepsia.
I must tell you almm, :: di lightful flintier
whicij I Itilely ciijuyiMi vith some friends
in a suburban viiU of llostori.
In the first place, dinner was on time. I
ilo not know any more Hniioyin nml frt-t-tini
nlTair than ivreuularity ,,f r;it:i!H. A
housekeepi'P who has no sense of time and
has no roijai-J for the instincts of her fam
ily is thoroughly selfish, 'i'i.e stoiuach
calls out t. regit I ar periods, rh1 if then it
ir. put off ami irritated the sulw:o:iscious
animnl fnnci ions l ti-oine v-ry conscious
and finnlly R-eedy.
In the fan:iiy lo which I refer there was
a certain time wl.: w v. - i :-e exjn cted to
ho prepared for ('.inner. Tie family und
friends 'Kthereil in fuahi.-iily fr-.ia their
walks and ri lts ai d work, snd without
exactirp: p!-t(.isi.ii. ii i cur of 1 foutal us
The second point lo he r.ote.t was the ab
sence of formality. Wt c;iiiet!y s:r liid
into the dining room, itnhunleii'.d witli
ceremony. Kut there was r,o lack of re
fintment and civility. V.'o sat down with
out rudei.ess, hut wit!; l':e best of (?ool
cheer. I think the t.:.st annoyias eti
quette is that of I he t e."(: . There urn fam
ilies where I am -t Iconic-! who crush me
with politeiv ss. I am afraid to sit down
l fore the rest, rr t.-. tr nth 11. e food on my
plato until a signal is jriv. n. f.ut some
how here ray host'.s-s had nie at once en
gaged in a little chut, on A tcpic that took
me faraway from dining and food. She
covered the few moments of gathering
with the nicest r.rt of conversation. At
tention was not drawn to the table, but
t!tken away from it. Unconsciously we
WCre al Hn place, find unconsciously were en
gaged in eatiug fruit. Then some glorious
color of melon or currants or peaches drew
thetye and mind, and we were led into a
delightful realization of the delicious
flavors that touched our palates. Hut, all
this was a complex sensal ion. We felt not
only I lie flavors, but we saw the beauties.
Dining was jesthetic, intellectual as well
The thi.d charm of the dinner at my
friend's was that, there were no formal
course. Do you know what horrible
t !iiii'.-i:-et hese.-i iff and numbered courses'
There was son'elhiutr on the table before
we arrived: and quite enough to make
sureth.it every one would be able to find
that which pleased. When H::y one seemed
to be through her plat? was slipped aw.iv
by an at l -::; ive servant, and with clean
plates fiber fond- were quietly offered.
The variety was sufficient, and no one was
compelled to sit J. laying with a fork or
s;ioon -.vi.'le his or her neighbors finished a
course. Il.-t.-y conversation went on, and
the eye of t lie iiolde hostess while very o!
scrvaiil was never meddlesome.
Hut as a fourth delight there w.es no
hurry. I police that lien people go to
the table simply to cat t hey tumble down
a great deal of foo l as if into a pot or jar.
The result is the stomach is made at once
concious that it is n slave arid must do an
enormous a mount of hard work. It gen
erally refuses. I never knew after dinner
at Mrs. S.'s that I had lieen eating, nor did
1 ever have any consciousness about diges
tion. It is exceedingly disagreeable to
have our unconscious faculties made con
scious, for that is sure to end in dyspepsia.
Hut here at my friends, when we were
through dinner, we were through that
is, we hail no indigestible compounds to
torture ns. Our htcmachs were never
thought of. Mainly we l ad not hurried
because the dining had not been a purely
There were no personalities. It. is awful
to be singled out at 1 aide and have your
queerness all paraded. Every one has idio
syncrasies of tate, and litis a right tothera,
but when the hostess says: "You don't
eat butler, do you Why not? Don't you
think butter is healthy r" she draws atten
tion to your private business, and eating
gets to ne a'.v ivaM-unit ss Indeed you
are egotistical enough to l.ke. to be talked
about, or, worse yel.to talk about your
self, and then you soon getto lie a nuisance.
No, whatever you do, do not parade your
oddities of c at ing, and do not encourage
your hostess in doing it. On the whole,
the articles of food on the tabic make a
poor topic for cojivt r-at ion. My friend had
a delicate way of tripping any bud ten
dency of the sort. I i'.(i not know what we
were talking about ..II the time, but it was
ail so I'lcieiii.t we barely knew we were
Then there was an at n,os;'la re of friend
liness about 1 he table. Hut of that I can
not talk. Who knows how to describe that
exquisite flavor of good will that makes
the best part of the life of a true family?
Each one kissed t he mother as they came
in, and not with formality, I assure you.
And we went out feeling t bat our first end
in life was not to eat, but that a right sort
of dinner was a glorious affair. Mary
E. Spencer in St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
We Live Too Rapidly,
ro solved a mystery that has nuz
zled me a great deal since I landed in New
York." remarked Mr. J. Strothart, of
Yorkshire, Kngland. "A great many
Americans one meets in England say that
they have b -en sent therefor six months
or a year by the order of their physician.
I never understood it before, but during
the few days I have been in the country it
has been made quite plain. The people go
about at such high pressure that there is
no wonder they break down. Such rush
ing and tearing about as can be seen in
Xew York in the most uncomfortable
weather is remarkable. Every man scorns
to be driven at his highest speed. In the
west I understand the ways of the business
men are even more rapid. Do your people
realize that they cannot last long at that
rate, or do they prefer short lives at top
speed? This is the most beautiful country,
but the people do not seem to take time to
appreciate it." Washington Post.
'faults are tue only things everybody is
willing to share with everybody else. Isn't
that true? Dou't we, every one of us,
think, and want everybody else to think,
ttftit our virtues are unique?
The late Mr. Heckle affirmed as a law
of civilizat ion that there is a periodic reg
ularity in the suicide mania, and testimo
ny of the suicides in the European armies
goes far to confirm it.
One of the simplest remedies for stomach
troubles is taking a little lemon juice
squeezed into a glass of cold water every
morning before breakfast.
Pope John XII, a son of tha infamous
Marosia, was thrown into prison by another
son of the same woman and died there by
Be, eylvanns tans
Of the Cincinnati M. E. conference,
makes a eood point wnen he say.: "vVe
have for jeirs lived Hood's BHrhpirid i
in our fondly of five, sud find it fully
eq'drtl to bil that is cluioied for it. Son e
people are greatly prejudiced as-fdni-!
pHtect medicines, but how the patent Mn
hurl a mt'Cicipe acd not a mac bite U
myHtry of nijs'erii a to me."
ITooC'8 Pills cure liver il!s.
An Odd Way or Filing: Hair.
The natives cf the lower Congo wear
their kinky hair short, and women and
men grease it with palm oil and sprinkle
over it the red powder of cam wood, j They
often shave the head with little knives
which they whet upon the palms of their
hands. When the women have lost par
ents they have a singular custom. They
mix powdered charcoal with oil and plas
ter the hair with this ingredient, having
previously divided their locks into many
little braids. The effect is that of a lot of
black, stiff sticks growing on their heads,
and is anything, but pleasing. New York
burprisa to All
Af ir r.sinf "Mothi r's Friend" two
munths. ( whs so spttddy and ea-ily re
lieved 'hat it was surprise to thoe at
tending n e. "Vo'htr's Friend' undoubt
!y It s ens ti e pins, shortens the lime
end restores the mother speedily to
hel h. WT 11 recommend it to all cx
pi cUnt rr oihers, and advise them to usA
it -Mrs J. B. U, Muocie, lad.
Brnd&eld's Female Regulator
has won, on merit alone, a widespread
and endurirg leputation. It ie a com
bination of vtfetable agents, the recuh
of the experionce of one who mide the
diseases of women a lifeilong study.
Taken according to directions the oreans
awake to new life and energy, leavine
the woman free from pain at tte e per
iods. Soldby Unrig A Bf.hnft-n.
Bot Springs fkin 8alve.
Thi3 salve is a fatty preparation of
petrolatum combined with evaporated
salts from the Hot Springs, Arkansas, acd
is re corr.mr nded for any and all skin
troub'es snd eruptions. Hot Springs
Skin S.i've is particularly recommended
for P.ranie, Eczema, Sure Nipules, Itch
Itchttif Piles. Tetter. B irber's lit h. Scald
Head. Irritation and Ttohingof the Sca'p
' ne M.ih.b'"-
One minires ttmeoiten nvi!e s treat
Jiffenncc a ore minute reme.iv for
Hronchitis, ctiokt'r.g up of the throat,
I'.ncs, rTc, of course is a sreat blessing
Cubeh Cough Cure is su"h a remedy.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
A rcniaik hie discovery is one of tbc
t.rr,n:o pnr: in .ti.vns of SuVti tisers
J ibtd ('ottfh Cure is t! t fuch, it is an
suMi-hed r-r"".ir v -; h known merit,
n eriv en scieot-li.: prircin'es l.y txpr-
nced chcrists I: t.ll:rds instant re
f, and is cilled the oce minute remedy,
r it stops coughing at once, rjoes not
ore but g.ves temporry relief to con
umptives. hnd . bsolutely cures all other
fl ciions of the throit. lungs, etc. For
roup, whooping rouaU a; d colds of
hildren Cued Cough Cure is valuable.
Kr-iuse'g Headache Capsules unlike
amy rerrn dies sro perfectly harmless,
i-d contain no irjurious substance, and
vision nr.y kird of a headache, will
revent beadntches caused by overindulg-ic-
in food or dri k lite at night. Price
lac; for sa'ev -'1 iaq.
What the t.on. CJe .rgc . Vest soys in
gard to the euperiority of the Hirscb
rg's diamond acd non-changeable spee
"I sm usinc tlasses which I purchased
rom Trof. Llirsctberg and Uiey are the
est I ever tried; it affords me great
leasure to recommend 1'iof. Hirschberg
s an excellent optician, and bis gla'-stt
re simply unequalled In my exn-rier.ce
O O. Vkst.'
These spectacles are for sale bv T. H
t.-.r t..,.b r Isnd. "
reels Heailacuc and xcliere all tha tsoablsw lug
rier.t to u bilious statu of tao ayntom, audi
JiLvin-. s, Nausea, llrowpineus. L'iHtrep.a aftt
sat't.'t. Pain in the fciilo, While, their racst
Tiu-al-lo Bucceas has boon shown in curing
nflache. yet Carter's Little liver PlTts are,
t jUnlly valuablo in Confltipatiori. curimrand pre
venting tLi8annoyinRCOtnplaint.whilethiy a!i
correctalldisordorsof thestoinachtimulnto tis
Jiver aad regulate tha bowels. ven U thtj ouf
' AcTi a ftiey woald bo almost-nriceloRato thoso w.fl
eati-r from thia cUHtresjn? complaint; btitfcrt-a
XiaU'ly tliolrs;oodnea8 djes noexid hreitiii thobe
Whjc'ncetry rUiem will find those littlepilWvaliv
stbie in soi-Any ways that they will not be wi!
.img to do without them. But after alisickhou
fjs the bane of so mnay Ursa that hero !s wrfere
k we make our groat boast. Oorpillacareitwulid
Cuicrs do not.
Carter's little Liver Pills are very small arc
Vry eay to take. One or two pills ma ko a dc so.
Tiioy are strictly vecutuble aud do no gripe or
f.urf;p, hut by tiicir ftiitie action please all who
UPethem. In vials si 25 cents; flvef-rtl. &Jld
by dtar;:-ists everywhere, or sent by l.iail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO Nw York.
WALL P1IL.&K All DOSE. SMALL PRICf
VtTI Sk-si aa ea
ment which made a mac
Hans. mr, ClUlllirj III-UI
Tiie n-lp w:! l. wnt waeU)f"ref toi.riv.nie ho wll
.villi f.MK-ks lm t.mcli toKivc it n trul. tdirw
ofA6a. !Vli SWATHE'S
TtM ti'irpK pietlo T KATsnr- OlHTmHir wtttwt
j wternal TaUidisC, vltl eire any mm of Tetter, St.4
Hteum RiofWom.rtijy Itfh.Soi HMpl.tiigi.ft.
r" bi ko bitnt 9 tanjr nuMllisc . rM4 tw dm irjn
or ?. mail for fin e. S Rm.. fl.Vk. A4drM. U.
PrrtiasVtjwltsa, sftfc. Attt4naUINfttt
KswsPAPaa anvtrruisg Dtraaao '10 Spruoe
I treet) where aores-
smf 3oatraeta may
lOMrt w sr is
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its jruarantco is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting' Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and hovels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
Castoria is an excellent medicine for ehtl
dtea. Mothers have repeatedly told me of it
good effect upon their children."
po. O. C. Osgood,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
for distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves. M
Da. J. F. KrscHELOB,
Tie Centaur Company, TI
B. P. DeGEAE.
Coiitractor tinci Qui Icier,
5Jj -cvLtb Ay,B3B) : I totk uiand.
S3T"V. -..r.dsof carpnter wcik a eiioc'.alty. Flan and ectlmatrs for '' r'rtr.t cf ril;iir.s
fr -Te'ird on a.ii;':ca'on.
a. Gr. Hudson M. J. Parker.
HUDSON & PARKER, f
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
kinris of Carrerterino; promptly attended to Estimates
ftirHished when desired,
bhoti ccr. P'irst ave. ar-d Seventeenth r?t. Rock Island.
The Best Eemedy For
There is no malady that is so prevalent
as catarrh. In some sections of the
couutry a'most every rtsident has it tj a
greater or less degree. AU s: fieri rs will
be rejoiced to know that Ri id'a G'-rman
Cough and Kidney Cure will positively
relieve Ibis disgusting disease, and if per
severed in will cure the worst case. The
following is a testimonial in point;
Mo'ino, May 21. 1692.
Sylvan Remedy Co.
Gentlemen: I hsve ii.ed your Ileid's
German Couuu and Kid icy Cure for over
two yrrs and I cm highly recommend it
as tne best remedy I have ever tried for
the lunas snd kidnevs. When I take it
the medii ine gives me instant relief. I
have tr:ed a "rest m-iny lur.g and kidnev
cures but r.r.ne helps me lihe this floes. I
know it, will do itist wit you say it will
and 1 think that it hs no u al. I h ve
recoir.mended it to others hnd a'l I know
who have thken it say Heiit's German
Cotit,'h and Kidney Curt- is just the medi
cii e for the lunps ard kliners ai d also
for ci.tarrh . I know that it a ttood
M flic ne for this d'Sense for it helos me
more than words cin express. If any
r.e wis-hts information in regard to this
mtdicics, write to
Mrs. W. B. Fones.
1127 Fifth Ave.. Moiine. M.
Get this great rerru dv of any dealer.
Sylvan Rbmkdt Co.
Though Shoes can be bought
almost anywhere and though
many of our competitors de
clare that they und-rseU evry
one elee we think the r-4 8on is
that sensible peop'e und rtand
that we do furnish good values
for the mony
For eery age
For all uses.
Shoe 8tore, 307 Twentieth street. Rock Island.
ITbo desires a irood butness postrion m the TVotMw
Ur elty should write at onee for Prospectus of the
. mill a llMmnnllt.H IIh.I.u rt.. ! I . . . ... .
" Castoria is so well adapted to children the
I recommend ft as superior to any prescription
known to me." 1
FT. A. Arums. a, M. D., ''
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians' in tha children's depart
ment have spoken highly of tbeir experi
ence in their outaMe practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among oor
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has woo us to look with
favor upon it."
Vmted Hospital nd Dispensakt,
Au.sk c. Smith, Prei.,
Murray Street, New York City.
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V. TREFZ & CO.
Have opened in their new quarters witk
the grandest and best selected stock of
ever shown in the city.
All this week they will have a PPKC
S -3 II A i l'Jl If a IU k
IAL SALE, consisting of the entire.
stock which they have purchased from
B Birfeenfeld, at prices that cannot be
duplicated in the tri-cities.
Now is the time to make your
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