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ri M:il'. Express
i)ST DIB3CT BOUTS TO TUB
Es.Lt. South and Southeast.
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Arcinimortatioc trains leave Rock Inland at
6:0Oa m. and 6 20 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. snJ 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peoaia fi:00 a. m. and
T:!5p.m; arrive Rock Inland 4:00 p. m. and 1:S5
Aii train" rn daily except Sunday.
Ali imHe zcr traina arrive and depart Union
Frei-Chair caron Fast Express between Rock
Ip'nnd ar.-i Peoria, both direciiona.
Thrnu'n ticket to all points; baggage cnecked
tr.roiL-h tn aeniination.
r r, iAccom, Accom.
Lv. Rock Island 9.10 am 4.00 pm
Arr. licynolds.... 10. JO am 5.08 pm
" "hle !11.00am 5.40pm
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Lv. f iMe 8.20 am l..'S0pm
Ar. R;yu,)i,is 7.00 am 1 .45 pm
2?- .'"land. 7.55 am1 8.00 nm
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Saaorintendont. 0-i;'l Tkt. Age;
fN:;w:Tr-wiTH the GEoaRArKY cfthis country witt obti
"VM vi ja;e infohmtiom from a study cf this map of the
CMcap, Boci IslanJ & Pacific Ey.,
The Direct P.oute to aAd from Chicago, Jollet, Ortnwa
I'niria, La Salle, M.iltne, Bock Island, in ILLINOIS;
Iiavenport, Muscatine, Ottmnwa, Cekaloosa, Dm
Sluines, Vlntersnt, Audubon, Uarlan and Council
Ulufls, in IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIN
NESOTA; Watcrtotrn and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA;
Cameron, 8L Joseph and Kaneas City, In MISSOURI t
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Kelson, in KEBSASKA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Horton, Topeka, Hutchinsor,
V.'khlta, Iie'.leville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, li
KANSAS; Klngflaher, El Benoar.d ilinco.lu INDIAN
ItURITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
In COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farmlc t
aad grazing lands, aSbrdlngtba best faciliUea of lnler
communication to all towns and cities east and wcii,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific aid
VHSTZDULB EXPRESS TRAINS
leading u competitors in splendor of equipmert,
CHCAGO ,nd I)E3 MOINES. COUNCIL
tIVvvI"!? omaha- twn CHICAGO at d
KAVSVf-r0KAI0 SPRINGS md PUEBLO, via
vt fA CiIY "nd T0PEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
CaT ?;CO",h- FREE TUNING CliAIR
CAI, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Servl.a.
Cose eonnecj.m. at Denver and Colorado Swlnn w h
d verging railway line, now forming th. ,w 1
picturesque w B
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
y,CJ;h'C,, Ply-eouipned tralni run da lv
BrGH TOHOUT CHANGE to and from E S
Lake City, Ogden and San Fclsco. THE nrv-c
ISLAND 1. also the Direct ana Favorite Line to end
from liamtou. Pike's Peak and .11 other annitlry d
cmc resorts and cities and mining district. In Colora lo,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
Frcm St Jo-erh and Kansas City to and from all im
) ' tun. i'-wi,9.citie and wctiom, in Southern Nebra? km,
'-'.v.. hd ;!ie 3ni-an xjrrilory. Alao via ALBERT
-V Li.lTE from Kansss City and Chicago to Wa er.
'.n, s.oux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and 81. PAUL.
r.ner..WK for ,u points north and northwest between
-ik"e ind the Pacidc Coast ,
a-1r,w,TiCkeU Ma'"' Fo,deI. tr4 toformaUon
. wy to any Coupon Ticket OfBce tn the United Stdet
Canada, or addreai
ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
To Ynnnn u .
loved Jnrt I T8elf or vour
if uS i. dlSn?i Wmedy weich
he DAina h e1, !,nvaritly alleviate
D , ' f ave Taken Several
SmrSirif J h Wmb and other di-eases
ilr v6 ycars ""nding, and I
wr ich please accept my thnks.
50ld by Ilartz & Bahnsen.
Hot Iprings Hcin Salve.
De roUt.t6 " wa ftty PP!ion .f
fs rVn '"i1 P"'8- Arkan,a. and
8 recommenrlori f... , .. . .
irouoies and trnntinr... n. o.:
for P mi. 1? p-r,,cul")y Rc-.mmeDdd
U .ad. Irrualion and Itching of tbu bcalp
Vne Minn e.
Une miniirn o t,.n ,
.'iuc uiicu indues a t.'Hl
oifference-a one minate reroBdy" for
J'"Ch'!,S' C,hobinS P T the throat,
n k ?n"Sb Cure i8 8Urh a m0dy.
vv.5a uic one aiinuie.
A Kemarkable Discovery.
A remarkable discoverv i nno .1...
Ciironic : proclnmations of advertisers.
Kh Ure i8 not 8llch. il aa
ef.tabl,9hed remedy wi'h known merit,
n.ade on scientific principles by txoer
u need chemists Tr tfT.,.. .A.7H
lief, and is called the one minute remedy
. .uuSuiQg at once, does not
C jre but Crives tcmnnrin
8 imptives. and ibsolutely cures all other
afftctnns of the throat, lungs, etc. For
CroUD. whoonino- mmk u.
children Cubed Cough Cure is valuable.
Krause's Headache Capsules unlike
many remedies are perfectly harmW
and contain no injurious substance, and
vi'l slop any kind of a headache, will
rrevent headachpa nngoii v, .
f nco m food or driuk late at night. Trice
Ret ITeaflafhe and rolieve all the trouMest TDrrT.
rlcut 10 aliilious suite of the Ejrtnm, such sis
PizrJncas, Kanscr-, Prowp!nc:ia. Distrow a'tcir
tiu(r. l ain in the Kiilo, &o- Whilo thotr rooai
veniarkulo aucccsa haa been aliown in cuxai?
ITRiapha, ypt Carter's Little Uvcr TtSa ar
equally vahiable in Constipation, curinf? and pre
VLuting tLiaannoyingcomnlaint.whilo thovai6.
fnr,i nil);n ...MnlU.l....h i iT . l
u. , a u. luonit.uidl UllinillllVUI IUI
Jicr ai;d regulate the bowels. Evan if thoyotiy
'Apl'Biiry vroald bealmoatpricolessto iosf rr i
Bufer from this diatronsing complaint; but t'ortn
Uatr.ly theirfrtiodneMi does no.end hr,an J t;i-Ha
vrhjence try them will And those littlopilisvalu
lil io iusoiar.y ways that they will not bu w.!
J. 3g to do without taem. But after allsick bor.i
Ilatholaneof bo many Uvea that horojn vfcnra
i vemalteourproat ooa-st Our plllHcui'eu'whiid
Ctliers do not.
Carter's Little Liver Tills arc very K-n'ul auj
Te7 easy to taUe. One or two plle u-.c ka flono.
IbtMf are si rictiy vegetable and do to. pripe or
ruivc, butly tii'jir pen tie action plmsoali vh.i
taotueni. In Viiils.it25c-n:u ; tivofrjl. ficji
by drnsisU everjrwhero, or sunt by 1. uui.
CARTER WCiCihE CO.. N'v York-
SKILL PB . m DOSF. SMALL PSICr
A r.ew and OVirrplrte T eatmpnt,- conoirinr of
puppositorie. Oinrnicnt in t'ap?ul-", alo in Box
and Pi 'Is ; A Positive Cure for Kxternal, Hhnt or
BiiM-dirg Itohine, Ctinu.ia liecrn; or Ilereditnry
Pilee, Female wk.kkexsrs and minv other t'is
eane; it is always a prcat licnefit to the general
health. The firs! discovery of a medical cure ren
derinsan operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. Tills R medy has never been known
to fall. I per box, 6 for $5; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this terriable dis ae when a written
tmarantee is pos:tivly given with 6 bottles, lo re
fund the money if not cured. Send sramp for
fr-e m'e. Onarar.te lsed h our aaeiii..
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like mafiic on the -toma-.h. Liver and P.w
es; dispels Dyspepsia, Billoiisnc-, Kever. Colds,
Ncrvons I)i8orilers,sleplcKsness.Los of Appetite,
restores the compleciion; perfect dit-esuon f.d
meir use. romuvt! cure Tor sick usadaciie
and ConstlpKtion. Small, mild, at y to take. Large i
v lain in ni is cenrs.
I1ABTZ BABSSN Sole Aent Kock l.-land
,T WILL K0T
IF YOU TAKB
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IninriBW aubataaea fooM
la thMB Capnlaa,
Ifin Oura inv
BTbiw Mfr.Mftod iff mat
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NOT. IMA UOHTY. PaMHY OMUfMT.
Da MolnM, lwtru
For sale bv all drafgiatl. Darts A Bincsen
T. H THOMAS.
THE ABGUS, TUESDAY. OVEAHiJUK 29,
TH". MAN FROM CALIFORNIA.
His Name Not Mentioned, bnt the Gclden
West la Proud of Kim.
"i lie man who has never cone hunting;
and fishing in California in June, with the
tecessary accompaniments and plenty of
time on his hands," said the man from
Corbett's native statn, "has made a failure
of life. He isn"t really in it."
"Did yon jret that sun kissr-d nose, that
peeling neck Htid those tan colored hands
on a huntinij nd rUliin excursion in Cali
fornia?" asked the man who had his feet
on the table.
"There were six in our party," saifl the
other, ignoring the interruption. "We en
tered the mountains just back of Alta
dena. We had burros, Rims, provender
and fishing tackle al libitum. Our firt
camp was pitched about 7,iW0 feet nhove
the sea, near n spring, surrouuded by ferns
fifteen feet ii-i and I can knock nny man
down that disputes that assertion to the
extent of a finale inch. The resinous odors
of balsams and firs" v
"Pee giiidi-biiok," i.iur;:iared the man in
the slouch hat.
"iUll t lietiir. and t be sound of falling
water lulled us tos.Vep. The next mora
n wns ; . ...'. i iViiin our perch we
couhl s.-.' p .Mdy Alt:i. na, Pitsailena and
limit : t !;i s ,,f valler and plain,
with (i-r.; Fv-. n sn ; ir.-s nf U-mon and
tirat ;. e u.-. . The ol--.i:i was plainly
visible ti.i.i iii t a specU ,:s to lp seen on
its wurfav. The tudy thi:-. that loomed
up l!ttwc:'ii usatid Japan was distance"
"And the pintective t;iri(T?" KUfe-gested
the man with the russet s'.mes.
"The next nianthnt iaterrtipts me," said
the speaker, ili-kiug the aslus from the
end of his half snoktd clar, '-will wish he
hadn't. I have u worse ci.ir than this iu
my pocket. I shall simply li-ht it."
Adeep, dark silence fell upon the group.
"Seven thousand feet above the ravages
of the advertising fiend!" )e continued.
"I-ydia Pinkham never had been there. On
the rocks and cliffs there was nothing to
remind you of your liver or kidneys. No
liquid glue man with a paint pot and
brush had ever seen the place. Down in
the swale of moist gypsum below the
spring there was a bear track as big as s
saucer, but we stuck to our camp biscuit
and canned com and let the bear alone.
"The next night found us in the main
San Gabriel canyon arranging rod and line
to whip thedeeps and shallows of the finest
trout stream in all California, and at 10
o'clock the nest day we counted the catch.
Five of us had fished, leaving c ne to watch
camp. We had bagged 47 trout that
measured all the way from five to fourteen
inches in length. We kept this up for five
days, and all the chowder and things we
didn't eat the burros did. along with their
everyday diet of thistles, cactus, rubber
blankets aud dishcloths. We had one big,
overgrown burro we christened Chicago.
This ravenous animal would rwal low every
thing in sight aud then gnaw at the tent
"On the ninth day we climbed again nn,
up, into t be regions of pure air and the
balsam of health, and on the evening of
the tenth day out our camp was pitched
10,800 feet above bilge water. We could
look out over the Mojave desert, the bound
less domain of the bronze lizard and horned
toad away on out over the trackless void
toward Sa't Iake, Denver, home. From
this eyrie our shooters went forth to shoot,
down the mouutain sides, into the echoing
canyons with no bottoms, along the crests
and crags, in and out of caves and"
"What did you shoot ?"
"It makes no difference what we shot.
The California game laws are against kill
ingdeerat this season. So we didn't kili
any deer. At least we didn't call them
deer. We called them caribou. There
were two of them. They weighed eighty
pounds each. The killing was done in self
defense. We skinned these caribou and
hung them on the limb of the spruce, out
of the reach of mountain lions.
"The next day the two shooters who
went out came into camp alout 4 p. m.
and asked all hands to come alonir quic k
they bad 'something to carry.' What that
somet hing proved to be is in evidence at 82-1
Grand avenue, Los Angeles, where a mag
nificent rug softens the footsteps on the
tufted floor and the hear weighed over
"I didn't shoot, any caribou or bear my
self, but I want you to understand that 1
was one of t he party t hat did. And while
loitering about t lie camp waiting for the
others to do the his game act. 1 found two
bee trees that contained about fourteen
bushels, as nearly as we could estimate it.
"We were fifteen d;iys in the mountains,
and our table d'hote bill of fare was prin
cipally trout, caribou, bar meat and wild
honey, which is a better layout by at. least
three points than John the l'.aptist, could
boast in bis mot halcyon an 1 vociferous
days. Gentlemen, will you join me in a
glass of wild cherry phosphate or some
thing at the place across the way?'
He knew t he crowd. It was his easiest
way to avoid a ret urn lire. They joined
him. Chicago Tribune.
It Takes the rinee of Diamond Iust.
The name of carborundum has been
given to a peculiar manufactured sub
stance intended, on account of the peculiar
properties which characterize it when thus
used, to take the place of diamond dust
and bortiu the abrasion of hard substances.
Singular to say, the product is iu charac
ter wholly nnlike the substances from
which it is derived that is, in composition
it is almost pure carbon, in construction
crystalline and in hardness it is ten, on
In view of these qualities, it is to all
intents and purposes manufactured dia
mond powder, though in color it is slightly
darker. Under the microscope many of
the crystals appear of a dark green, some
are yellow, while others still are blue, aud
aorne completely colorless. The cost cf
this mat erial is said to be very moderate.
New York Sun.
An Odd Experience.
Queer things happen when New Yorkers
visit Brooklyn. Two young women crossed
the bridge last week to visit a friend on
Columbia heights. They walked back to
the bridge entrance, and, perfectly sure
they knew what they were doing lwught
their tickets and settled themselves in a
train on the Kings County Elevated road.
They talked away incessantly, tmrnindfui
of stops, until it suddenly occurred to them
that they "must be nearly across." They
looked out on the green fields of East New
York, and disgust was written deep on
their faces as they made their way back to
the city. New York Times.
Wet Clothing and Lightning.
If the clothing is wet the lightning may
pass over it as a good conductor without
harming the body. On the other hand,
persons may be killed without barm being
done to the clothing. In rare instances
bodies have been stripped naked by light
ning. The coverings of the feet are liable
to be seriously injured, because it is here
that the lightning meets the greatest re
sistance In leaving the body. Exchange.
Wealth the True T!als for Titles.
It keenis to me th.-.t it would be much
better, and far more in keeping with the
ppirit of the tiines, to make all titles a
question of pounds, shillings and pence.
We have gone a good way in that direction.
If a man can make so many thousand
pounds out of beer, or railway contracting,
or selling newspapers, he may have any
title he pleases, provided he goes the right
way to work.
But we don't do the thing systematically.
It isn't on a businesslike footing. Very
often the man who gets a title has pre
viously received vast sums of public money
fordoing little or nothing, and even when
he procures the title by his own money the
payment does not go into the public treas
uryas it ought to. He pays it to the
party funds, or something of that kind.
The system that prevails in some of the
minor European states is vastly more sen
sible. We ought to have a fixed tariff so many
hundred thousand pounds for a dukedom,
so many for a marquisate, so many thou
sand for an earldom and soon. The money
paid for the titles would go into the con
solidated fund, and every nobleman would
have pro rata a solid title to public re
spect. When we alolish the house of lords
I expect that we shall have to adopt some
plan of this kind, for though we may lie
able to do without the house I doubt
w hether Eriglishnu n wiil ever be able to
do without the lords. Henry Laboucher?
in London Truth.
Shakespeare antl Mollere.
A correspondent finds these notable
points of resemblance in the careers of
Shakespeare and Moliere:
The father of each was in trade, and ap
parently destined his son to follow his occu
pation. The early education of both was
neglected, and we know nothing in their
after training that conferred on them their
perfect knowledge of good breeding and
distinguished manners. Neither of them
was happily married. Each became man
ager, author, actor. Each produced a con
siderable number of authenticated dra
matic works. Each was careless about
publishing his works, or rather objected
to do so, lest they should be acted by rival
dramatic companies. Plays of each were
collected by actors and first published in
a complete form after the death of the au
thors. Each touched np or produced plays that
are lost or of doubtful origin. Each disre
garded novelty of plot, borrowing from
various sources. Each disliked his pro
fession. The personal character of each
was gentle, kind, generous. Each had a
profound knowledge of human nature.
Each preferred the idea or matter to the
comparative disregard cf the manner.
Each had a remarkable fecundity and fer
tility of production. Each died at the age
of fifty-two. New York Commercial Ad
vertiser. Guaranteed Cure.
We author izi our advertieed druepitt
to hell Ir. Kina's Nea- Discovery for
consumption, coiclts snd colds upon
ttis condition: t ou are i fllxted with
h cotih, coid rr my lunar, throat or
chest trouble, atd will use this remedy as
directed, giving it a fair trial, arid exper
ience no bent fit, you may return the bot
tle snd have your money refunded. We
could not make this offer did we uot
know that Dr. King's New Discovery
could be relied on. It never disanpoints.
T:iV. bottles free at Hartz & Bahnsen's
drugstore. Laree size 50c and f I.
Since the first introduction Ek-clric
Bitters has gained r-ipidly in popular
fivor, until now it is clearly in the lead
among pure medicinal touica and altera
ttyes containirg nothing which per
mits its use as a beverage r intoxicant;
it ia reco2n:z3d as the best and purest
r-.fd;cine for all ailments of 8fomch.
liver or kidnejs. It will cure sick beads
nche. indigestion, constipation, and drive
Milan t from the system. Satisfaction
eunrnnteed with each bottle or the money
wiil be refunded. Price only 50c per
bottle. Sold by Htrtz & Bihnsen.
I CCKI.KK f. AiiJiTC HA.-.
tniki sJve ii tne wo;ic T,:r .-a z,
.j:'.c-s, st.rrs, clears, sr.lt rleui:4, 'cv-.r
rv. V'.iff, obapped b..nd-, riti'hK'ns.
.' all skin tr iptii.itii n
"-- -"Lief pilec. or nopn .-vvui-re:!. it
'Uw:!eed tt. p?
-.v fi'::::d:..i 1
fee: ;.' :t 'rn-V-i n
(Cr.T V. t.i !'?, -t-- a
oriisV J,- t.. .
Would I!e Liberal.'
The summer residents of a Cape Cod
town made up their minds that they must
have a casino. The buildim; was intended
pretty strictly for their own use, but it
seemed wise to enlist the interest of the
nat ives in the project , especially as the pro
jectors wished to secure a site at as low a
figure as possible. A building aud finance
committee was appointed, and an old resi
dent, a Mr. BufTon, was made one of the
three members of it.
He was the owner of the lot on which
the summer cottagers had set their hearts.
At the first meeting of the committee the
matter of contributions was broached.
Mr. Buffon left his colleagues in no doubt
as to his position. He declined to con
tribute a cent.
Then the t wo cottagers labored with him
over the site. Fifteen hundred dollars was
his lowest figure. They explained to him
the advantages that would accrue to the
place through the erection of the casino,
and the inevitable enhancement of the
value of his other property, but he held out
for $1,500. Finally one of the committee
"Mr. Buffon, you should either knock
off something from the price of the lot, or
if we buy it for $1,500 you should make a
"Well," said Mr. BufTon, "I'm ready to
do something for you. I can't let the land
go for less than f 1,500, but if you'll make
the figure $1,000 I'm ready to contribute
$100 to the fund."
The meeting was adjourned on motion
of one of the summer visitors. Harper's.
An Awful Effort.
is a propaganda?" inquired the
The boy looked at the ceiling, wrinkled
his forehead, wrestled with the question a
minute or two and answered bravely that
it was the brother of a proper goose. Ex
change. Catarrh in the Head
Is undoubtedly a disease of the blood,
and a euch only a reliable blood purifier
can effect a perfect cure. Hood's Sarsa-
paruia is me best blood purifier, and it
nas cured many severe cases of catarrh i
T . ;wnn BM . : . 3 . i , .. s
's" u vf:uic sou ouiias up me
Hood's Pills act especially upon the
liver, rousing it from torpiditj to its na
tural duties, care constipation and assist
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless Mibstituto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys AVorms and allays
feverishncss. 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 bovels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Dru G. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the beet remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far 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."
Da. J. F. Kinchxxob,
The Centaur Company, T7 Murray Street, New Tork City.
B. F. DeGEAB,
Contractor and 3nilderv
Office rr,:l Shop Ccmei Seveutttentr: r3t. , . T3 J 1 J
an 1 eventh Avenue. i.OCrt liEliCli
All ot. is of carpenter work a specialty. Plans and estimate for all k'.nds of hnildltps
furnished on application.
It. G. Hudson M. J. Parker.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
111 kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to Estimates
furKished when desired.
bor cor. First ave. ar-d Keventeenth at. Rock Island.
Though Shoes can be bought
almost anywhere. and though,
many cf our competitors de
clare that they undersell every
one else, we think the reason is
that sensible peop?e und' rstand
j that we do furnish good values
for the m jn?y
For every age
For all uses.
Shoe itoie. 307 Twentieth street. Bock Island.
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. PItl.y bo:ti ol Bit- . The only
non poMonout remedv for ail 1
t. unnatural discharges aud
private diseases of men and the
debilitating weakness peculiar
to women, it cure in a tew
dara without the aid or
I publicity of a doctor.
1M Lnivmcl Ammean Cure.
aanoiactur d by
235 Wis. Street
Hldaey 'I ruubl.a. . wltkant Harlfni
Bras. NoCO.D. Circulars or Sample. Call or
write, aa aoove lor Symptom Blank and ad vice free
PB HI PC The eTarlutins frasranea of the
AULI 1 famous Persian "Fajaion Flower."
LMlelAn fall odors for the handkerchief
LThe PERU DRUC CO.t Milwaukee. Wla.
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Carta OON0RKHCA mod GI.PKT la o. ta Vuga 4'
A liriCK CCHIk f.r LKUOOBaHOAOT WUITKS.
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" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me,"
H. A. Archkr, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians In the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
ruedical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won ua to look with,
favor upon it"
Unitbd Hospital and DispcnaaaT,
Allbx C Surra, JVr.,
W. TREFZ & CO.
Have opened in their new quarters with
the grandest and best 6e!ected stock of
ever ehown in the city.
All this week they will have a SPEC
IAL BALE, consisting cf the entire
stock which they have purchased from
B. Birkenfeld, at prices that cannot be
duplicated in the tri-cities.
Now is the time to make your
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