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TBLK ARGUS, SATURDAY. JANCJAliY 1, 18J3.
Mrs. Mary K. O'FaJon
of riqua, 0., lava the Fhy
.Irlana ar Astonished,
grid look at licr like cna
Raised frain flia Dead
Long and Terrible Illness
from Blooc! Poisoning
Completely Cured by Hood'a
Mr. M:iry K. OTallon, a very intelligent
jjjjy 0f IMrjua, Ohio, was plsonetl while as
htlr.g physicians at an autopsy 5 years ago,
nnn terrible nicer broke out on her
dead, arms, tongue and throat. Her hair all
nm wit. She weighed but 78 lbs., and saw
r'o rrmjvvt of help. At test she bepran to
tiike Ilnfl's Sarsaparilla and at once Im
i.rcvo'l ; could soon get out of bed and walk.
St.c wt: " I became perfectly cured hy
and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs.,
r.it .! anil do the work for a large family,
y.. pcnn a wonderful recovery and
ri'.i im" I'mk at me in astonishment, as
aliiimtlilir our rni.cl from the dead."
HOOD'S PILL8 fIiouM be in every family
r.wtit.'lr1 cliret. once usoil. alwayi preferred.
ill Mm iiiseases
'l.-c.'.-.-tv-.Vv Treated Upon the
Lr, c-t Scientific Principles.
N ij.'.jv rimrits cr False Rcprese:ua
i '. Cttf u':tatt'it.: FxoniJnstJon
: Actvioh Fre and Con
ff.lputia'.. At J'vrpt-r H-n-s3 Saturday,
II r id rcr. of experience in the larsert hopi
K 'r. th cmint-y an'l is s er idtiitc or several of
tiVr in fie United S ates, anil his
i":-t rt'-n-il from a toar nf the 'argent hnnp.talH
13 K'jn pi . where ho m b 'on tndtnc ttc fa'est
i !tr,i't 1 nii owd mi-thtvl.of tri-atinji the dls-n-p.
i f hii h he m ilo's a upeciitliy.
Hi h.n t ul yiir. of xp-rienre prior to hi
R-.TT.i-an trip, ami ! wi ll known in this vlrin ty
v at; uu run' I hundred in yonr elry and vlcln
v. n tin vt three )ear. lie takes no incur
"'! til ir, hut haa cured hundre ds wh" have
Win i i, r. tip a incurable by 1 i aj phytcians.
A' lte nr. ehroi ic catarrh, c!ir nic diarrhoea,
p i,'i! or 'ip;irrr J menstrual nn. iniUmation
X' e womh, tnfiimation of the hladilor. diabetes,
-!'iwp-ifi, ri.nntlpation, kidney, oiitiarv and
ii-V.-r trnutjle". llrittht'i diiieac, tape woraia,
"Tiku! llnih an 1 enlarged jotntn.cltih loot,wnte
' lirir. n. rvotHnc anil pener d debility, Impo
'T'y. , nc rrhi a, pimple, blotches, cancer,
t"'!4. itti I glpet. conorrhoca. hytlrorele, h' art
iin. hijtirui, xt. Vitns dance, nralylB,
ti :m..t:4n, , nn.ima, female weaknep. utc. xti
All Mir cs, oppration performed.
!ei ,y or :!; j Mitiveiy cured.
" '"r i! Ki'hout pain, kniie or eaast'e.
B '" I a-.ii .lit, iilsea-ett enred by in provj and
"it faii'n runi'iiii;,
F.ti'i'-.i rn--i vc cared In one n-.innte withont
! i:n Wv .it. watery eye, rtrttpyitni ltd", grannl.
i-i; :i M,r eve nf any form, wil l hairs, cat
nn fn -i puyi!, pyt, frum . taming In and
ne an I deafness, oleeration.
;' . ' , potypim, e tc. i
, iL-N ikiI ea'-.rin.p'i'yt'ns of the nose.plas
" iinr.i oni, ete. Dr. Walters can ahuoltitely
ml ik mi -incntly enre ativ case of catarrh that
'''ti tI-'mI nt honcitly believes he can show
rmiUT nroni f rn-es, f catarrh cured than all
' 'T r..y4ri.ius In the state
iiiii inmors, cancer.", warts, moles. e.tc.,re
witiintit acids, anifc, pain or scar. Ntw
i. Klerlrol sts.
..Ar:r.-Tiiat "tired" feclire and all the female
lkr; -... are nrnmnlW cured. Itloutin?. hfad-
nerons prostratlnn. ceneral iieblllty.
,, denre'i'.n. indigestion, ovarian
' 'r.llammation and nlcetation, fulling and
- :'" n.ii'. s inal weaknera, kidney com-(iiiii-.
r.,t i hange of Ilf".
caknkss Immediately rnrd and
Vi',r niio'ed. This distressing affliction,
- r n r life bnrilon and marriago knpos
' , '"' pt'nnltv paid hy the victim of imnro
,.Tlr' , 'r "' T,,u mo,t chaste mnstscknow
t it the i;iion arc the great magnet by
il.v wl.o e world is attracted. Jlestroy
r wtKii have we? Slan is no lancer inter
ii the opposite fex; the Intcrcjange of thai
- r' I o-e which now attracts and interests
'I ' 'r W( rid cxifts no longer; man cease to
.mi mane Inai ; the wuriu Is no lom er In
r-U' : t h m, and remnrfcand dl-Hpp dntment
1 1- n, i,. ant companions. onsnlt lr. Waller
i! ynn win flnd n,e sympathy si.d re-
"" i-'i'Hivc v rennlre to he tiuiitiv.
nit r i !it. cate, and come early, as his
- in t!w crnwdeil wh r- ver he goes.
v -.Iter rlll r...
lllll Ulri J JIIIII TWT-VnT V. II I
Vi-ar I M, Urli if fi-fim twn t fullT r7..
J,i I r chumc a: analysis.
k'n::.rv P. Waller, M.
is hui- si..cb:cseo.
Vjfikyftffi Wis. Street
M:'lh;J$ k w.";-xzt, wis.
-i' I I., I , .,.
fiilr. tor t
I ft. I
ttrti iLr TETn"!" Bnetao '10 Bpruos
13 &. I'i
how icE-ATTACrcifirrs.rirr r
tr Appear to Waste a Deal of kbor
anoT Ook Very I.lttle to I at. '
In front of. hie as I write hive a tray
fullot aLells that have been rified by the
5ut crackers of the avenne.; 1 be with
e Urxe, rrregnlar rent and some with the
whole sM ripped oft with' jagged edges are
;he sqnirrel's work, there with the round,
oval holes, always near the big t nd of the
ihell, have been plundered by mice. - Bnt
It b enrioma to note bow often the same
ihell lias another hole, much entailer and
perfectly round, on the other side and near
m thc'small end. Why was this?
Did the mouse get all it could reach out
through the big hole at the bi- end and
then like Isaac Newton with i.he large
door for the cat and little-one fur the kit
ten take the trouble to nibble a little hole
In the very hardest part of the nutshell to
get at the rest of the nut? Th squirrel
would have turned the nut nps de down
and let the kernel drop out. I winder the
mice have not given np eating nuts long
ago. The labor they expend is enormous.
But they do not care for trouble apparently.
Note these walnuts. F-iich has two little
round holes, one on each shell, marest the
sharp point end of the nnt, and it is easy to
see what happened. The nionse nibbled
one hole, ate what it could reach very -little
indeed and then found that, for some
reitson or anot her, the walnnt was fastened
inside to the shell.
fco then it tried the other side with ex
actly the same result, and then it left the
nut in disgust. But this O.id not prevent it
attacking the next walnut in precisely the
same way, with precisely the twimu barren
results, and the next, arid the next, and the
next The partitions inside the nnt pre
vented the mouse getting at the kernel, but
it did not desist from trying. On the other
hand, absolutely useless work is never, so
far as I know, done by the mice, I never
found an empty nnt or a had one that they
had attempted. The squirrel, on the other
hand, does not care how "hi(;h" his nuts
are. But when we think that the squirrel
relishes young fir cones, with tu pontine
oozing out at every pore, we can appreciate
the dura ilia with which nature has blessed
the merry little forester. Contei lporary
Uypnotl.snj Kclievcs St. Vitas I'ance.
At Iji Charite I saw a little girl suffer
ing from !t. Vitus' dnnce brought to the
hospital for treatment, The child could
not stand still or hold its hands still or
even control its voice sullicieutly to say,
"Honjour, M. Luys." A strong, well built
woman was hypnotized, anil the chilli's
hands were placed in hers. By the aid of
highly charged magnets the nervous
twitchings of the child were pass-! into
the woman till her strong frame w is con
vulsed by them. She could not stand still,
her hands were in continual movenw-nt,
and strangest of all, when told to s;iy,
"Bon jour, M. Iuys," she spoke in tl e same
hesitating, jerking manner as the child had
done. The youngster, on the contrary, was
perceptibly relievrd, but the doctor told me
that such relief only lusted for a few hours
at first, and that similar transfers would
have to lie made daily for weeks lief ore the
cure was complete.
I have seen the child several times since
she has been following the tre.ttirirnr, She
says herself that she is better, and certainly
the convulsive movements of the body and
members are hws marked. Hyslerii-s, par
tial araysis and nervous accidents are
successfully treated by such transfers aa
that descri lied. The subject to v. hi m the
disease has been transferred is alio -red to
sleep qnietly for a few minutes, and on be
ing awakened neither feels nor remembers
the sufferings undergone while in h; pnotic
sleep. I'arta Cor. Pall Mull Gazette.
i , Iruption of the Skin rurad.
El Veney, Brockville, Ootark, Can
ada, svs: ' ' "
"1 have u?ej Brandreth's Pills "cr the
(last IS years, and ficd theta the best
cithariic and artti-b.'ious remedy known.
For some five years I have suffered with
an eruption of the 'kin that gave nv creat
pain and aniioyaDcc . I tried diiliT'nt
blood medicines, but although cuninc
s'rtnjr'.h, the itching was uurjiieved. I
flaally concluded to take a tht rough
course of Brandreth's Pills. I tok sis
each cicht f ir four nights, thea live,
four, three, two, lessentDt; each tine by
one, and then for one month too-t one
evrry nitbt, with the happy result that
now my skin is perfectly clear an 1 has
been so ever siDce.
'' ' Careless with Their Classes.
"The cost f spectacles nntl n'ii'"'," fstvitl
an old opticiitn on HroalwHy, "issonn'thinp;
enorntons. A jrrenter pniportion of ieo'ile
every year wear KhisseK.
"When a man buys his first pairof .Jaf
he imagines he in done with it. He will
have Home excuse mid think it uocess try to
give It when he comes in liofore six weeks
audita another pair.. He will break one
Klaus perhni, or lsitli, or mislay tht m, or
get them torn ofT in a crtxwd, or th-3 cord
wcjtrs out. and they drop ofT of their o-vn ac
onl. He thinks that is a rare nccidei t, but
after he has nsed Klasses a year or tTO he
will find that if he nos about ninth nix
paint a year will lie n low aventKe. I have
customers whti come here for lasse" twice
that often every year and some as free tient-
ly aa two or three timet a single tnout li. In
nine cjumih otit of ten the cause hi h mply
cart'lcsKtiess." New Vork Herald.
fihtBrnatlaBi Cn-eo in a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for Rlicnraa'.isni and
Neuralcm radtctllv cures in one to three
'lavs. Its ar.rinn upm the aysttm is re
markable and mysterious. It removes a
once the cause and the disease immed
i '.! iu-if pears. The first dose giea'ly
DenefitB. Warr.mted by OitoGrttjan,
:l7Ui;iat, Roek I-l -.nd.
I Lave been a frcat Buflerer f rort ca
Usrrh for over 10 year; had it very
bad, could htmllv breathe. Some nights,
I could not niter and had to walk
the finor. I purchased Ely's Cre?.m
Balm and am using it frc.ly, it is work
ing a cure Burei.v. 1 have advised sev-t-re.l
friends to usa it, and with happy re
su'tsin evry cane,. It is the met icine
above all others for cutarrh, an:l it is
worlh its weight in po'd. I thank God
I have found a remedy I can use with
safety and that does all that if cleimed
for it. It is curinc my deafness. B.
W. Spcrry Hir.f rl, Cai.
tVhat ths Hon. George G. Ves. F.ys in
regnrd to the superiority of the lii ch
berg'a iliaraond and noD-charpeable spec
tacles "I em usins; plsae which I purohased
from Prof. Hirschberg and they ar; the
best I tver tried; it afford me i;real
pleaeure to recommend Trof, Eirscbberg
as an excellent optician, and his glioses
arc eimply uneqmlled In mv ciperienoa
G. G. JVasi .'
' These spectacles are for sale br T H
Thomas went for Rork I?danr!5
"I tell rou distinctlv that von must
leave." This was spoken in a firm almost
brutal voice by a man in a linen jacket
ana a pair of trousers. Tue one he was
addreisltiif was evidently a New Vork
millionaire, for there was not a diamond
about him, tither in his shirt bosom or on
his fingers, les, it was evident that he
"You shall not stay here," continued the
- "Please let me remain," the millionaire
pleaded. ' They were standing on the front
steps of one. . of the largest and most in
fluenzal of the magnificent brownstone
apartment houses in New York. There
are many of them in this great city this
great city in which people iive and die.
And the millionaire sneaked down the
steps and out. into the cold air that air
which the rich and poor must breathe,
alast in common.
The brntal man was the janitor of the
He knew his business.
The millionaire was the owner of the
colossal pile. He also had another colossal
pile in the bank.
Such is life in this great city t his great
city in which people but stop, I have al
ready said that.
Janitors don't take any back talk from
mere real estate owners.
You bet they don't.
How do you like this sensational style?
And the janitor returned to his lair, and
to give outlet to his r.ige began dismissing
the tenants. New York Herald.
Mortality In Old London.
London in the Eighteenth century was
regarded !i a devouring monVtcr, which
drew to its den the surplus country popu
lation and destroyed tiieni. It appears,
however, that Ivliuburgh was c-ven worse,
so far ns the Mtcriliee of infant life was
concerned, and if we enn trust the regis
ters Norwic h had ns large r.u excess of
burials over chiistcnings as the capital it
self. At all events there can be little doubt
that London for several generations after
the plague and the lire w.is a very un
wholesome city. Taking tiie deaths from
the bills of mortality, which were, on the
whole, trustworthy until the liesrinning of
the present century, I li::d that there were
in the thirteen years from KiVJ to I(ii.", and
inclusive of the great plague, C.".;t,:jOjdeaths
an animal average of 19,!i-!';.
lr. the next thirteen years 1CC6 to 1078,
in which t here was only a little plague at
the start the deaths were 833,873. an an
ntial average of 17,fKX). From 1C79 to lfll
there were 2S7,Osrt, an Kimtial average of
-2U7. And to take a somewhat unfavor
able section of the Eighteenth century
the thirteen years from 1718 to 1730 the
ieat lis were U.";7.-I0, an annual average of
By that time the population had in
creased by about one-third from, say, the
third quarter of t he Seventeenth centurv.
An incredible proportion of all the deaths
was of infants under two years. Black
PowcrTal Sirnnis of Water.
A ftcr an elaborate sc : :es of computations
Professor Samuel B. Christy, of the Uni
versity of California, nn eminent authority
on mining and metallurgy, reports that if
a nozzle of from six to nine inches in
diameter were especially arranged to throw
a stream vertically upward against a
spherical bowlder of quartz weighing 1,000
pounds, the vertical head being anywhere
from 100 to I."0 feet, the bowlder would be
forced up until the diminished velocity of
the stream established nn equilibrium of
pressures. There would be a point at
which the upward pressure of the stream
would exact l balance the gravity pressure
of the bowlder,, holding it the half ton
rock t here suspended.
As to culling these -i reams, Professor
Christy says that he has often tried to
drive a crowbar into one of them. The
6tream felt as solid as a bar of iron, and al
t hough he could feel the point of the crow
bar cuter the water for perhaps half an
inch the bar was thrown forward with
such force t hat it was almost impossible to
retain it in the grasp. An a,x swung by
the most powerful man alive could not
penetrale the stream, yet it might be cut
by the finger of a child if a child were
seated on a railway train moving parallel
with the stream in the same direction and
with the same velocity. That velocity
would be considerably more than a mile a
minute. American Stockman.
Silencing a Disturber.
One of the best of Ixrd Brabournc'sanec
dotes tells how at a meeting at Canterbury
toadopt two Liberal candidates a "noisy lit
tle freeholder," who is referred to as "Mr.
Smith," was effectually silenced. Lord
Brabourne, who occupied the chair on the
occasion, had been rather annoyed by the
interruptions of this person, who was well
known to him as being coustautlv before
the magistrate for druukeuness and other
offenses which had more than once caused
his punishment. The chairman stopped his
interruption, at first by telling him that
the candidates would: first: be introduced
and make their address, after which any
freeholder might ask questions as to their
political views. f. s , i, ; ,
The man- restrained himself until the
candidates had finished, and then jumped
up and sjiid iu a defiant tone, "Now, .Mr.
Chairman, am I at liberty?" "Yes, Mr.
Smith," replied the chairman, "I see you
are at liberty, , which is not always the
case." "I said no more," adds the narra
tor of this story, "for the man was well
known, and before the words were well out
of my mouth, he jumped up and rushed
away from the room amid roars of laugh
ter from the meeting."
Navy Secretaries t oiuo from Coast States.
The secretary of the navy is an important
federal officer, but the department over
which he presides was not established as a
distinct blanch of the government until
April 30, 17'JS, nine years after the other im
portant offices in the president's cabinet
state, treasury, war and postmaster gen
eral had been provided fur. The first sec
retary was George Cabot. lie came from
Massachusetts, and it has been an unwrit
ten law for federal appointment since that
the secretary of the navy should be select
ed from a coastwise state. There have
been two exceptions, however, both of
them furnished by K. 15. Hayes. One of his
secretaries came from Indiana, the other
from West Virginia. New York Sun.
The L'ariji L.itl!u Hunm.iiis Uird.
Courage has little or no relation to bodily
size. The huniniitig bin! is the smallest of
birds, tut also one of the most fearless and
pugnacious. He attacks kingbirds and
hawks, and those tyrannical r.reatures.
though of monstrous sizje in comparison,
eeui not at ail ushamcd to fly from Lis on
sets.' The fights of humming birds Among
themselves are often fierce and protracted,
-Iftacowir His ' '89- ''.'':.'.:::
. Alphonae Hem poling, of Summit town
ship Butler Co. , Perm., made aa affidavit
that Ids 12-vearol.1 ann .kn s.
hd ht. Vitus dance for twelve years, lost
nil ape ecu. was ennpletely eured after
uinsr three bottles of Dr. Miles' Ilestora
live Jneryine,' and and also recovered his
speecn. thousands testify to wonderful
cures from usinjj it, for nervous diseases,
dyspepsia, nervous debility, dullness, con -
fusion of mind, headache, etc. Fonr
doae of this Nervine cured Mra. W. E.
Burns, Souih Bend. Ind., who had been
suffennfr with- constant headache for
1 bree months. ' Trial bottle and elegant
book free at Uartz & Bthnsen's
Many persons are unable to sleep on
their left tide. The cause has long been
a puzzle to physicians. Metropolitan
papers speak with great interest of Dr
Franklin Miles, the eminent Indiana
scecialist in nervous and heart d
who has rrovi n that U.ig habit arises
from adieeiped heart. He has examined
and kept on record thousands of cases.
His New Heart Cure, a wonderf ol remedy,
ie 9 -ld at Harlz & Bahnsen's. Thousands
testify to its vlue as a cure for heart
diseases. Mrs. C.'iss. Bsinoy, Loveland.
cmo. , says lrs effects on her were marvel
ous. Elegant book on heart diseases free
M lei N.ive and Liver Pills.
Art on anew rjrineinle reo-nltin? th
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new disc.overv. I. HiW
Pliis ypeedily cure billiousness. bad taste.
torpid liver, piles. constiDation. ITn.
equIii'.l for men, women, children.
J :-... 1 -. . -
j 1 u 11 icsi., umuesu, stircbii o.t noses 5
cii.3. S:'.rcDl8 fren at Hartz A- Bahn
Fits All fits stopped free bv Dr
i iiie's Great Nerve lif;-torer. No tits
if cr the first daj's a.e. Miryclovs
en res. i reaf.se and 2 trial bottle fiee to
fit ctsts. Sead to Ir. Kline, 931 Arcr:
- treel, Philadeiohi, Pa. For 8i!e by ui!
armr'iists: c-i!: on v-jra
Inst is Veil Left Tnsatd.
A society youth whose presence in the
fashionable world can hardly lx- regarded as
a success in wondering why every one is
laughing over a speech which On Mauricr
Would pr.t down in the category of "Things
one would rather have left unsaid." It was
after some especially unhappy experience of
social freezing out that the youth ex
claimed, "The more I go out the more I am
convinced that home is the best place."
fcte Held s asumgton.
1 Ivi ipr
1 t to Hilioue trtQcf tho syritciii; buoli a
.?.?it:csa, Ka-usrr., lroTrsine?a. Distraps r.frcr
f.'i t liu in iba SMe, Ac W"hilo their no.:
. rvjEKHa Bucccs lecn shown iu cuxiiip
r.:.f..-..-il.o, y.-t C-irtor's I.itiie Ilvar TFM .:.
. uiUy vaablojiaCor.? tiil Icn.cwrinjrRiidr-.,
. Lt.ng thiRr.Dnc-ri:irTCoriiptaint.M-hilo they aim
i-.rr.t c 11 Gwrdt-Tsot thos torn arh liumlato Uit,
vir 1 nd roguiatc tho bowels. Uvea it they 01J5
. .3. tinr-ry voaldboalrncsf pricelesnto'.bosoW.l
' b.Xcr from thi diatresMDj; complaint; butfi.rta
? m.1 tacjrgiodn-ds;no.or.dh.TO1aj.l;hcw!i
.: .a;o tr'thcn will find t&t.'KHttlepiiisva. v
t '.-.if. insoijany ways tLtt tlK-y will n.it ba wil
; . t- to jo without t lis in. But cf aUaick hcu
'" "the "cane of so tnar.y lima th, hnre? l.t wltcro
V.- rrak'-mir frreat boost, CtirpilbiCureitwbUa
littra do not.
Cai-ti.r's I.itile liver KTo are tct? small ami
Very csfj to take. One or two pills wiskoa dobe.
v'liey are strictly vcftetabl and do no. pripe or
yiarj-c b-jtby Uioirfrsntleactitjn please all Trha
tiwlliem. In vialsct25cents; fivefril. &lil
Lj druggists i3vorylcro, or sciit ty 1 Jul.
CiRTER MZOICtNE CO.. N-w Vorkl
This Precious Ointmext is the
triumph of Scientific Medicine.
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with it as a curattve
und healing application. It has been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction, i ;
Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids-Externa!
or Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures; Fistula in Ano;
Worms of the Rectum. The relief is imme
diatethe cure certain.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
Cures Burns, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Bums. The relief is instant.
Cures B011.S, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fis
tulas, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy
or Scald Head. It is inlalliblc
Cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and
Sore Kipples. It is invaluable.
Price, 50 Cents. Trial size, gg Cent!.
. b7 Drucctoli, or Bent post-paid om receipt of price.
DrspmuTS bed. ro,, iiiaiistronmst., krw tore.
THE PILE OINTMENT
1 CLEs!"r z. L p'tan. f
onr tsspscTtra pTRrscr t-- - '-. cr-r
A ltflCK 1PHI: r.rt.KUCOKan'R
(T!todPsrP9 a rood bnf n"s position int!i WPTi,B
Ailr city Pliould write atmiro f'r I'i jm-nu ol tl.o
jn?ons Motrni!tjm I-'ifims CViPg;ft
t ti m u n n n -
ite rt.rr t-n -'ir T-ra'; frrp ;'v vrr4C -n So wir
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Castor ia la Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
. ; and Cbildren, It contains neither Opium, Morpbino nor
other Narcotic substance It is n harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
feverishness. . Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
. teething .troubles,i cures constipation and flatulency.
. Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach.
, tnd hotels, giving healthy aad natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
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"Castori. Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
pood effect upon their children."
1 Da. G. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I i-m acquainted. I hope the day is no
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousqunck nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by foraingopiiim,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
tiiem to prvmaiure graves." ;
- i . Da. J. V. KiscnELOE, ,
: , ' Conway, Ark.
The Centaur Company, Tl Murray Street, New York City.
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five per cant Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal- Co"
lateral, or Real Fstate Security
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r-BcgB bnsiness Jn!y fc. 18T1, and ocenpy the .octheast corner of Mitchell & Lyrjde'e ntw
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
, 226 .Market Square.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
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City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Bock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
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CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
AH Mads' cf .'Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimatea
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avenport Business College,
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AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORX.
A kiod, ot hraeN tronae and aluminum bronze easting, all shades sod teraicre Xak
; 1 , , , a specialty o brass metal pattern and artistic work. .
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-ta.T'S CREAM BALM-riuei the yn.sal,tJJ' tm tfl
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" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superiortoany prescription
known to me."
H. A. Archeb, M. D.,
Hi 60. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Oiir physicians In tho children"s depart
went have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and althcugh we only have anions our
medical supplies what Is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tho
merits of Castoria has Won us to look with
favor u;ion it."
United Hospitai. and Dispensary,
1 Boston, Mass.
Attn: C. Smith, JVc.,
1706 Second Avenne.
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M. J. Parkxk.
C. DUNCAN. Procrietor.
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once for Cold in Head. . I
once for Cold in Head.
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