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TELE ABGTJS. TUESDAY. JAKUAKY 17, 18
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;L..fu,le .ti'Kt.ciJtb -re.v lrh.'.
nv.i'! in.". ;:'(' rll'.vj!--civwVi.it'tcy
vill Jtos hJ v.!
it 'i.i. IXt s.ftnruJitiioe heat
' --.-ny I''"- t-ha ' ere i'i v rr,
1 TV!-, itro vt " 'u
- mo pills ja1?. i
Y MuLtll Il-i- 7v:-0 I I
ji : iironic iiiseasBs
v Treated Upon the
Li-v Scientific Frineiplos.
K:-.r-.-:'nr.ts or Fa'..-.-e,R-prese:ta-V.
j. ('R'-iiltatlsn, Examination
: :v:?'! Free aad Confidential-
At Hirper Hrjse Saturday,
' :. .; r.-Rt (if cxi crler.cc in the larsovt honi
' c-nntry anil it a irnuinate of several of
!- ..., .. in fie Inifcd 8it ', an i h
1 oin a lour 01 the larpcet hnn f.ls
H ; ivtu it he ha b en tad. iuk t1"' la:t
: r uimved mcthotfsof Jri-aliug (lie Ul8-
' -111 n uc m itt' B a rnocla tv.
I- i-i-tnl yi iirn o i'XH.'riuD'G prior to hi
np i". r:i. iiinl is well knon In this vlcln ty
ire : iiuuartd!. id yourriry ana vicin.
: 1 1 iin-cc jorr. ne take r.o tnenr
- il: . ir ., t ut ImnrnrfiJ bnndrtv' who liave
ri up p. incurnbro tv Iik a phy-ii ium
n: rhrrr ic cutarrh, chr. nic diarrhoea,
j': 'c i;i;iri'-m mei iniarnii, lull imtion
' ' ii.ll:iii. ation of ihohiadd r. diab.-u-,
r..ii(, ation, kidney, U'inary and
t 1 .in ; cuiar.'Cf JoliiTf,.cHir) lo .t,wD1fe
I " riiin.-n an I puneril dehlilly, itnpo
"!. ' urrrh. a, r:implc, b'otches. eana r.
F ' '' L-ii i't. Fon .rrhoi.-a, hydrocele, hi art
i r,a, m. iin-( dance, pinlysi!
I l '- -"' trt ma. female weakiu., etc.
I ! 'r- c.il operation performed.
I ''v "' :i" P "itiveiy cured.
5 ' ' f.iT'-tl w lllnnif nain. Lniff nr .nnKtiy.
1 ' " I v i r kir. iliR.-a-ef cured by improTe and
I '" "'ircii In one mlnntc a lthont
r "' "i ry eyeo, droptiimi; Iirt, miml-
'. -fir.- evt ii nl Miiv Ium wll . k..i.u .
I 'i:mi, pp-jtH, ci)m-. tnrnini: In and
- ..J .win.. Till uitiir,
in .r. Hn 1 ,;fBfie.
f p. !rpn.. ..t,..
1 i..i ca: .rrh. poly nK of the noe. nlr
"!-rii- n-, ctr I ir. Walter" can ahuoluiely
.!?";''''' t'.y ctin; n-iy rae of tatarrh that
t . ' ' ' 1 VK honenly hi-l:evu he can rhnw
"rii o. ra-ei .i catJirru cured tbau ali
: j sy-Irianj in the slate
,.':' ':,'!""'"' wart, mole, ctc.re-
a . 1 1 . 1 !"" kne pam or etar. ew
I - 1 ri .
- ir--Ti at "lir.-il- frellrs and all the female
- - an- tiroinj t'y enred. Bloatini;, head
j . r.,,n. iiroftratton, rcne.-al nehirty,
d.-pn-Hi-ii.n. indl'TPBtion, orariau
animation and nice a.uin. follinir and
,M. (it inal weaLmM. klili:iv min-
.;;-v"i i-luntfe of lif...
Wkaksb-s Immediately cnrd and
. r"'""-d. This diire.n? ahliction,
r ?!! lif,. a huriion and marriape lm:o-P-nalty
paid hy the victim of imiiro
'' p' The mom chaxtc mut ac.know
11. the n.iiinna are the (.'real magnet by
1 iii- wl.oe world i attracted. Uetroy
.what havn e? Man i no loneer in'tr-
. , ,' " '1'")' ex; the intercanntre of that
wiiii n now atiiact and Intoreats
r!'' no Inneer: an reaae to
.." .'"' 1 made him; the world inno louver in
, - " h m, and remorxeanddlnpn untment
i"i: i-ani companion. onalt Dr. Waller
r. you will flnd the vmpalhy and re
'"' l"'"itivcly reqnlrcto be hatipy.
7- :r..t,..r t.
ate, and come early, aa Bis
8r v 1, r'"w"ea wnerever hesoea.
'tho vc- 11 """T1 cvrry Tour weeks dur-
tn.'r "ii (r irora two io roiir nr..
man I Walter, M
Misstate St..Cbicaico. .
$ fW: H t I ki f? F All rI AltFP M f
?U m litvw, t'cnluaion of tdeoi,
1 irin'v jAV' 'TTvrrf.', bmi) Hack, Iihmmatwmt
1- l' Xif1 ';'ii'ltrri.omv;t,ndthemny
t, .VMiiiCTru:i Barret habit in youth or pa
Vf t 1 ' ", '"''"'nT jt'RrB. Will IIHU
- u fr.,"lw'n ttiiarkrtrlebat. It has cured
-vrSfmV r ftftrr all knrrn trtrrtirtn on5
m via Fn m,ail to can IT Ail ST
,. '-tL.. 4. i-T-ino ivi ixscurrr
tho ivorld, pivinjr tllO (C
I :nK v '-C" a cn' Tenetrato tho
I---. ,. ' caarT ra.icnrrint Ik B'nt (
!n "' rvcry o:;an, su that decht-
to tro pvcmwjthoiic
1 V.;r' "1 f-'rj crrrr w.iormon-yre-
I li "T ""-llte !
".o l IC3 La 6.1:. St., CHICiBO.
r,.AcTnCL rrfiweall tbo troubles .teT.
r ' iii-i-i stf.toof the Byntnm, uch en
Wbilo their nico;
1 ... r:',j
" ) hS ih - "hi wn ur cuxirnia
- il V7. I8".'4'00' Bunrnntee our
1 ami old man (houkj
THE TREE ON THE TOWER.
A Mountain Ash Becomes Through Neces
sity a Veritable Air riant
The front wall of the First Ua versatist
church In Utica, N. Y., Is constructed of
andstone and Trenton limestone, and was
built about forty years ago. At the two
angles of the facade there are two Norman
turret forty-five feet high, sumounted
with the usual notched battlemen a. Just
below these are plain, flat cornices project
ing from the main walls about twenty
inches and not over eighteen inches in
thickness. On the flat top of one of these
ledges, and from a joint in the masonry not
more than three-fourths of an inch wide,
thve has been growing for nearly thirty
years a mountain ash, or Scotch "rowan
tree," which is now sixteen feet h igh and
about seven or eight feet across the expan
sion of the branches, of which there are so
many and so den that they make the tree
The ash is perfectly healthy, and for sev
eral years past has borne crops of scarlet
berries. As already stated, the joint on
the ledge from which the tree grows is not
more than three-fjtittrters of an injhwidei.
The bole of the main stem, just immediate
ly above the surface, is five inches in diam
eter. There is no accumulation of matter
on the ledge to form u soil or to re ain any
Of course the tree is not as lar easone
of the same age would be growing the same
length of time in good soil on the ground,
but tho wonder is how does the plant,
growing out of that dry mortared chink,
ever sustain life, especially during 1 he sum
mer heat up there, as it is on ledge
forty feet aliove the street and 1 ot on a
crumbling ruin, but on a dry, sol id stone
cornice, attached to a close jointed dimen
sion stone, well built tower wall. Then,
too, the question may be nsked of the
scientist: "How do the radicals of that
plant find t he sol uble pot ash and phosphoric
ncisl so indispensable to its very exh-tencc?
And from whence does it get the mineral
elements which enter into the cormosition
of nil arboreal growth?'' '
Is there not here also evidence that our
plant takes in its absolutely neeeary ni
trogen iu the same manner as it does its
carbon i. e., through its foliage a id from
the air oaly ? Tor there can be but little if
any decomposed mortar in the chicks be
low the plant on that projecting cc mice of
not more than eighteen inches tb cknoss,
into; he small interstices b;t ween the stones
of w hich the p;iperficii;l roots of our plant
can penetrate. We are tr.ught that ia such
a dry pabulum devoid of vegetable matter
there can tie no bacterial nitriiicati m. At
ciiy raie, on a mere ioiie or mas nry at
that altitude is grow ing a health , exotic
tree, rich in foliage and fruit, defying zero
weather in winter, tropical hea3 in Bum
mer ana never drooriimr during the most
distressing droughts. Country Gentle
W laic it is cvor thirty years a su.cc
A-!c "k a l'.rous raters were fir-! intrv
rtnited ro i!:c n.eiiicil r-rc-f. ssi. n and
pub.ie. 'be ni- rko! succ.-es and u r.reci.
1entd i.puiar:'y ur.ich th'-y mil with
not only ontinues, r ut sieadilv increases
N'i o her plHSters hive been iain-iuced
, hi h Kiin so many tes'imor.i!'s of h'fb
v lue us those conliriU'iUblv atot 1:,1 to
AUcx .'s Porous Plasters nd the orlv
mit'Vri for ihBe cxceptionnl tribu'c lies
m tbo ficl of their beinsr mcdijfclsn
piiv.xacu:ii:ftl preparation of siperior
v. uo. A'lflitional proof of the true val
tie of Ailcick's Por ous Plfifters lies in
.hi- fart ihat they tire being Ir.r-'ely imi
tivd by uuscrupuloas pusar.s, wl.o seek
o deceive the public hy offering hsttrj
wi i.-ii tcev cKim to re tbo sine,
"eq'ial, "as jjood," " better," ' bent
p rnns plaster e'e, while i. is in eencr-
I Hppearitnce only thst they resemble
Allcock's Eory one of the s;i Cilled
p.rtn;s plasters fire imita'ions r.f All-
cork's P.irom Putters.
Avoid doulera who hfempt !o ptUn o5
ir.ienj-and worlhk'ss r l.ihfois llit.l sre
l"irc;i'i''-d by tfceta hi low rstrg i'or !be
purposo of f-ubfi'ituti'.-D.
The most remarkable manifestatior of the
great religions movement which swejit over
this country just before the war of 1812 was
the physical and nervous disorder known as
tne Jcrfcs." 'J he jerks took their name
from the fact that the arms and legs would
be thrown about apparently by a force be-
yonu control of the individual. The disor
uu-i nan t-iiiueimc 111 lcnnessee, A slave
owner, a man of great wealth and t.romi
nence and irreligious, called his slaves to
gether one Sunday morning, when a camp
meeting was in progress near by, ai d an
nounced his deliberate intention of horse
whipping any one of t heir numlHT who took
the jerks. "It is all imagination," be said,
"and I'll whip nny one of you that taies it
within an inch of his life." He went to
camp meeting, and while conversing with
a friend in the outskirts of the groun 1 was
told that one of his negroes had the jerks.
Seizing his horsewhip he hastened t ward
the spot, and when halfway was himself
seized by the jerks. San Francisco Ar
gonaut. The Circulation of the Illooil.
llarvev's richt to be rnnsiuleiW! thi.
coverer of the circulation of the bloo i has
been disputed not w ith much success , but
now the circulation of the blood is itself
disputed by a Dr. l Jezek, of Berlin that
Is, so far as concerns the heart bcinjr the
central motive nower. Hi view i tl,nt
the action of the lungs during inspintion
mm expiration causes an alternating dimi
nution and increase of the caliber o: the
pulmonary vessels, sn flint. t),a i.Jt
pressed into the left side of the heart and
the arteries from the air distended lung.
He asserts that the nnlsn
pendonthe action of the heart, whiii is
merely passively distended and rehixed.
The matter is noteworthy as an instance of
learn inc cone wrone. ml ia on n m,ift,
the flat irth heresy. English Mcchar ic.
KbecmaUtm Cnrea in a Bay.
"MvPlic. Cure" fnr T?l,nm.: ,i
- ' . ,,ufcuuiii,iaiji
Neuralcia radically cures in one to ihree
daV8. I'.S action limn tho Drdum Ic
markable and mysterious. It removes mi
once the cause and the diReK imiwi.
i iii !:tpnear3. The first dose en ally
benefits. Wan-inted by Oito Orotjan,
dmijeiat, Rock Island.
I Was troubled With catarrh for q. won
Tears previous tO Cnmrnenrinrr tV,n ni vf
Ely's Cream Balm. It has done for me
wnai omer so-ca:iea remedies have faile.d
to do cured me. The t ffert of t., T .im
seemed msisal. -Clarence L. Huflf.
After trvitic manv remedi es fnr rat irrh
during the DSBt 12 VUhrs. T IrieH T'lo'a
Cream Biiaa with conpleie nuccess. It
is over one year since I stopped uin(; it
and have had no return of catarrh. I
recommend It to all my friends. Mi ton
Palm, Reading, Pa.
There are Ftor.es on the tnrf where bnt lately
fcriclle Imito. velvet hixifi ri from the rood to
Vt'lieru t he rlay'a bolrmn v, ork earneI a canter
And tlie Ci-ar.m'a trim yevrs Kave a n-elconi-ing
Nothing left tfone the old merry acarr.per to
day! The lank herbatre stiffened by cobbles and
The Grange is to let. and it sleeps in decsy.
With the yews nil awry ta the brier strewn
Trailing shrub, tanidril hes in unlimited woe:
The gray e.tpar.se blotted and choked by the
The only thing movins a jnckdnw nr so.
And the afternoon nun beaming faint on the
There I he little fare ccmo at tho window to
When Jim's busy times BouiiUed clatterini?
Liltl.- face, pretty heed that the brown ringleta
Till the old house was closed with the mel
Not any bright i-milc from the gloomy abode.
Nor any sweet face, that the hope will descry.
Great blinda i-iarintr viiite on the flint crested
And Jim sitlh-s past with a tear in his eye.
Clifford Kitchin in Temple Kar.
To Ferpetnnte the Rouse of Gould.
A Wall street man, once associated with
Mr. Could, told an interesting bit, of his
tory yesterday. "It was several months,
possibly r ye.u- before he died," he said,
"that Jay Gould came to liie conclusion
that his li;'e cn tbis earth was about
spanneil. So be di-i-ided to set his bou:.e
hold to rights U-f tre the summons cau-.e.
He took bis four boys into bis study one
nigh, and as a preface told them the his
tory of his life of ail tlie hardships am!
struggles of his ycui ii up to the time that
be lie :tn to ! t:c..- r::-n ai.cl to tt:rn that
kunw!cd.e t-.j profit .
"Ho explained Ike. ir.Ul.od of his great
railroad opera; i,-;:- tl;p kty-tone of which
was 10 buy tv;:r..; l jtucl.s w Len the ro.J
wai run down r.tui the st-.-ck w-as cheap,
lie would the:: develop the road, l-oc.ni i.' c
nock and sret cut. with a l.atu'ov;c pro.'it.
lie gave iilu-h-a! ions t.f these i.j. thoi'.s and
urged his ols to follow in his" footst.-pi,
keep cn buiMtng up t -ye.it proper; v
that, !-o wen;.! l-.;ve ilc:.;, a-.i-l t h-ts n:a;n
twin t l.e rajrf f (jcv.M r.s a p-er.t power ia
the fj::;.n;.ial v.oiM. ile urtetl them io
emulate th? exattipTo of tin- Vanderbilts.
"I'e toid the boys," tl;e Wall street man
foiait.Ufd, "the nnicttnt of l.is wealth, end
tiiat it v.-ot-.lil prolaUy 1 e leff in trusts;
as to deviate t!:e iii-cos.M:y of makinfi n
wtil. The Lv-ys listened tn this story of t be
great financii r, w hne fears were to be sc
soon reali.ei!, ! cave their tiromises If,
keep up the na:i;o and tlij estate of (fould,
but I doubt if they succeed, and I don't
think Jay ficuid had much faith in theit
power to do so either. lie bad consider
able confidence in George-, Imt little in the
"But I would have liked to have heard
that story of Jay Gould's life. It would be
letter than a fairy tale, nnd would make the
fort tine of ry man." New York Worl-1.
There is uo subject more fascinating than
ihc search for hidden treasure, and it is one
which commends itself beyond t be nierelj
X'cultiuid mystciions by a certain reason
bien.'.ss which appeals to common sense i
well as to the imagination, for doubtless
there is a great deal of hidden tnastirein
the world still remaining to be discovered,
while v.-e may infer l hat avast deal has
b.H-n actually fot'iid nnd appropriated to
the uses of its fortunate discoverers. The
Did fable of the dying man w bo so heart
lessly deceived hisehildit u ly the stciy of
the treasure buried in l.is gardens hows
inyhow that such t'eposits were not un
:oninion in the remote era of tlie fabulist,
J:id indeed the buried treasure firms a val
aable item in the sta;k properties of the
Sramaiist, the fabulist and the story teller
irom the very infancy of their arts.
The ckiw-ie drama'.isis did not fail to
mane use of such a convenient expedient as
the discovery of buried treasure, which was
in itself ui incident not altogether lieyond
the lines of impossibility. Recorded in
stances indeed of such good fort tine must
necessarily lie rare, as the prudent treasure
finder then, as now, must have been espe
cially careful to keep his secret to himself.
ButVccKsionullysuchan incident glidesinto
history, as iu the case e.f Julius, the father
of Ilerodes Atticus, who discovered an im
mense treasure bnriinl under an old house,
the last remains of bis patrimony. The
vastness of the treasure precluded any at
tempt la conceal its existence, and the pru
dent Julius b.-usteued to make known hit
find to the eiflicials of the Koman empire.
All the Year Mound.
A Koail That lions Itself.
Chauncey M. Dep-w is respousible for the
follow ing story:
A day or two after 1 sailed for Europe a
man went into my office and said: I
"I want to see Chauncey Depew."
He has gone to hurope," said the colored
"Well, I want to see Mr. Duval."
"He has gone to Europe."
"Then I want to see Cornelius Vandcr
bilt," "He is in Newport."
"Ohl Guess I want to see W. K. Vandcr
bilt," "He also is iu Newport."
"So? Then may I see Vice President
"He is at Albanv."
"Vice President Haydeu."
"He is out of town."
"I should like to see Vice President
"He is in Europe."
"Is Superintendent Toucey in?"
"He is up the road."
"How about General Passenger Agent
"He has gone to Cape May."
"Who in thunder is runninn- this rood
I guess it do be running itself." New
allowed to keep pupils more than thirty
minutes after school, but some of them
evade the rule by detaining them half an
hour each for two days as punishment for
Pillows of feather are objectionable.
While they furnish the needed support for
the head they are too heating, as they
have a remarkable capacity for holding
and accumulating heat.
The familv drug store should be kept
well stocked, for it may contain something
which shall prove to be invaluable in re
lieving the sufferer before tha doctor could
It is claimed that you can drive nails
into bard wood without bending them if
you dip them first in lard. ; A
Kbw Try lhu '
I', will f ei yu no, biog and will sadly
vim jioeid. i'joii have a oujih. coldor
any tn.uhV In, throat. h.-i ..r loots
IT. K"r.j;V New Discovery for coosump
lion, counts and colds is tu-iraniecd to
K:ve relief, or m.,ney will be pnH bitk
Sufferers from U er.m found ii j it. the
ibma and un .'er iis use had spe dv and
perfect recovery Try amp'e bottle at
our txpi-Dsa and learn for youiself just
bow Rood a ihine it is Jri d bottles
free at Hur'z & Bihnsen's drug s'ore
Lirge tzi We. 8Dd fl.
S II. Cliflorii. New Cassel, Wis , was
troubled with neuruleiit and rheumatism,
Ms sum-. tch was disonii red, his liver was
effecif-d to an alatming degree, uppetite
f.-!( 1. way, and be was tcrr r!v redipcd in
m'fh and fdrenmh Three" botiles of
Electric 3i't rs cured htm.
Edard i epheni, Harrisburg, In .bad
1 limning sore on hih leg of eight years'
Mam'.jno;. Used thr. e bottle of E ectric
liuters ami sv.-n boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Sdve, and b'u leg is sound and
well. Jo.n Speaker, Catawb-i, O.. hsd
Eve Ursrt- ftver h -s r.n his lep, doctors
said I e was -acurabie. Cno bottle Elec
tric Bi ters nnd one box Buekien's Arnicn
Sah-e cured bim entirely. Sold by Kurtz
& B ihtipen .
B0CaXSS'e AiSTCA e.',V
The beet stive ia the wo:!-- ir t-.;.ts.
bruises, sortw, ulcers, r&U rl::-,ura e?t"
Botes, tetUT, chapped par; ..,, ,fct!ai?K
torn3 tied nil Vir .ruj.t;oi3. ir,1 po'-i-lively
cures oiks, ::r r.o pay require.-"! ;
in guaranteed to .ive pcrt,-i aatiafBotion
' nw-ti.y rn-'n'-iV-d. :-;;.. ,vsts .vr
' at the l G. Vest v ,ya lri
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' Pains in the Side. Chest and
(Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c.
iefore yon need to bny, obtain
r FREE OF CHARCEt
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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 guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria dest roys "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 hotels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Castoria is aa excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon tbeir children."
Da. G. C. Osgood,
Castoria iE the best remedy for children of
which I i-m acquainted. I hope the day is cot
far distant when mot hers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
etend of the various quack nostrums which ara
destroying their lored ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
Jhtiu to premature graves."
Pa. J. F. Kincbeloe,
Tlie Centaur Company, TI
INCORPORATED TJNDETt THK 6TAT UW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Sock islakd, ill.,
Open daily from II a. a. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five -par cent interest paid on Deposits. Mone- loaned on Personal. Co
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P i., MITCHELL, Pri. r C. DBNKMANN, V'.ce-Prea. 3. Xt. BTJPOSD, Oaahtor.
P. L. Mitchell, K. P. Reynolds, F. C.Denkmann. John Crnbanch, H. P. Hall.
Phil Mitchell, h. Simon, B. W. Hnwt, J. M. Bnford.
Jackbom & HuBBT.Solicitors.
.7" B egan bnsincss July S, I860, and ocenpy the .ontheaet corner of Mitchell A Lynde'i new
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
226 Market Square.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City fBus and Express. Line.
Telephone Kock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIM3ERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
K. a. HrjDsoN. M. J. Pabkxk. i
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate
furaished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. and Seventeenth st. Rock Island.
j3avenPort Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRE3S
J. C. DUNCAN. ProDrietor.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Al' kinde of brass, bronse and aluminum bronze easting, all shades and tempera Kak
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic irork,
finer vd Orr.c-At 1H1 First avenne. near Ferry landing, . B0CK ISLAND.
J- MAGER, Proprietor;
V.KfeAtVI BALM leanM- the Kami
"rCT '.y lam
"". -eTore Taste
Glvra Relief at once
Apply into Ou A'oKrilt
50c. JrugKiiU or by mail. ELY
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
n. A. Archer, SL D.,
lit So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of tbeir experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as resular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Disptkbart,
Alius C. SarrH, TYes.,
Murray Street, New York City.
and J nllxmmxti
. and rre fATARWl
'or Cold inllead!n
ft U (Jt'irkl Abtorbrd. ' I
iHOS, 6 Warren St, K. T-U
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