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f ;i..'lt INFORMATION fROM A 8TUDY OF THIS Vkt CF THE
Iwrt Rwtt. ft in,, fiihaiu. Juliet, OHHT.a 4
J V U 54:1,.. Mnhns, Rock Island. In ILLINOIS. I
,""r'np, Of.mnwa, Ookaloona, lej
. "''"wi, Au.lubon Hnrlnn and Concll
Hatertnwn itnil Sinnv r,:i, in nivriri .
", Sl J(w, h and Karrsai Cltv. tn VlssornrJ
- f irnry ami Nrlvn, in SKTLASXJl ;
,Tf ' .wuj -NHiro, UM n uut A
U P.. ; ttn'"'r- C"lodo Springs and Putblo.
lands, affording the best faculties of Inter-
:c 1By "17 1 "Jri D0
STIBOLB XZPRXSS TRAINS
K im?" 1 n Vendor of. wralpment,
,nn and Trrh'.Kr.na via St. JOSEPn.
T "hs, FREE EKCLININO CUAIR
rnicii ns at Denver and Colorado Springs with
' I'ow wnning im new and
STANDARD r.A rrnv
M'Vs-floc7rr mountain bouts
"IfrMv-emilpped (rtins rnn flatly
Itr riA ""in iq ana, ironj can
W fclSO lha TU w ....
."uulT CHANGE to and. from Salt
I w Pik " p n other sanitary and
fast exfiiess trains '
Jfrh surf i-. : -
' trrr,- , j v ana irom au lm-
r. I . . ""ons in oo therm Mebraska.
Inlian Trnltory ajjo-fla ALBERT
'".! I k'n"5'ln,1 Chicago to Water-
Kiorali noint, B1-i, w
"STCi.lil"'4"' "i8" talbrtnauoe
wwTkt. rasa. Agt
ir. Oro. w Cook
Of St. Johnsbnrv. Vt.
Like a .Waterfall
" GrVat'Kullp'iiiiK " ' '
After the Grip
JVentendous Hoar i it g in thr Head
Pain in. the Stomach.
" To C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. :
" Two years ago I bad a severe attack of tfia
Grip, which left me In a terribly weal, and de
bilitated condition. Last winter I had another
attack and was again very badly off, 11 y health
nearly wrecked. My Appetite was all Rone, I
had no strength, telt TirI nil the ti nr, bad
disagreeable roaring noises in my liei d, like ft
waterfall. 1 also had severe bcadachi j and
In my stomach. 1 trtok hieliolnek without ben
efit, nnVll, kavtng1 ti Kin I so liiBclilibtyit Hood's
Sarsauarill.-i cniMuded try it, a4 the re
sult is very griitit;. bip.T" !1 il dls igreable
effects of oio HJrjp firet coo I Itu f fte from
paini anp aclias, ami bepeve ' J j
Is surely -eurins: my cntarrh. 1 reconmend it
toall.",-GEo W.jPook, St. Johnsburj, Vt
HOOD'S 1'ILI.S cure Nausea, Slrk I odscb,
lodieation. Biliousness. Sold by Ml drni gists.
Ill aroff mm
SaooessfaVr Treated Upon tlis
L.x:est S-iientiflo Princrplas.
XoEspariments or FeIss Rpr.::;e -stations.
Omsvut? tin. Examir.:ifoi
ari'i Advice Free; aucl C'"n
fUential. 'At Harper Huse Saturiay,
bd Jews ofe.xrfficr.ee In lar5"!t fcotpi-
lI in ,he untry and f" a irraduntc ot scxeral of
mc oepi coiu-jef in tne Lnm-d tr', an i b
Jo t retnrned from a t'inrof the largest h p fc l
in Enrcpe, w rieie he lia?- t on stndv me t- lat
and mot tmp'oved methods of treating tle dis
eaes ni v men ne mukce a "pccinlry.
llu has bad vmirs. jut ziM,runo npinr tn hi
Enropcan trip, am! Is well known in this icin ty
a he hs cure t hundreds in your ci:y and vtcin
ity, in the li-t three ear-. lie tkano incur-
amvrr-e:i"cii,' atii bh piren hiindre s wf'. hav
1V rivkn Hp ienrfhie cvHik II phyb i-e.' -3
Acute ic Jliro' In cidUrrhrirhrtnic (Imrrhoejs.
paiMulAr tppj-ed-ietuat rttuiiiflmrmtioji ,;
ot ttie womb, iLtlaniation of the hiarfdr- imbiit,
dyoepia, contiiation, kidncfT nriiirf and
hlndah'r trimnleo. Hricht'it diKeal. t.ipel nr.a,
ensnkad )Hiih jtti! enlar 'ed jomtiVlnh Iff t while
Fe:iiqgmervin'mss and (reneral Mebiltiy, Impo
teTitfy." lcnetrthea, pimple, blotches, cincir,
dropy, gravel gleet, gonorrhoea, hydrocele, h. art
o-seae, Dsterta, ttt. V ttnx dance, pn-iysm
rneumaiitm, HaimBa icmaie weaKnees, etc.
- All purt'lcal operations performed.
Kpilei.ey or lits p -B:tive y enred.
Piles cured without, pain, knife or can"tlc.
- B nod and akn Jim-tti'c! enred by improve and
Etbs ros eyes cured in one minme without
jain. vf eaa. watrrv eye. nroptiimg jiiii, g-atmi-
ii.ii m,t c,t aiyr iifril), - II i nuir! , cm?
Tract. rale piipila-spfits, . eown . turning ti; and
ontofliils. j J .
Ear No-sea and deafnes, ulceration, lfi
Charge, polypus, etc.
' Nose Nasal raUrrh. nnlvrns of the nose, nlas
tic opera' inns. etc. Dr. Walters can absolutely
and pt rmancr.tlv enre anv case of catarrl thati
cvercxlsted. lie honestly believes he can -how1
other physicians in the state
Small tumors, cancers, warts, moles, etc , r t
moved without acids, knife, pain or scar. NdW
Ljib TUal 'mrad1- loci iu and al
weakncASi-s are Drnmpt'y cured, Ulna
tig. I ead '
acnes, neron pro-tratlun, pener
ET"' , '
Crtronh 4. lnllmniiion 111U njbe akin
jjilainrs, and Aar.iit of U
full viiror restored. This disiressintafflic iori,;
'jwiAicxi. nratxHtyir itmieimte t cenn'O ana
i i '.unci. in a uurutin ana marnse in: , os
sible. Is the penalty paid by the victnqpf in tin-
i.i.'a i iioaanijav4:iiMan' misaa acaiiow-
rape that thepA-ionire Jibe reat iaagne: by
Which the wholk wdjtld m attraciei llettrny
fbem ani what hitve ? Man i no Idteer ir,te-
ssted tn Tne emnOstte-tJSTr; tm-fnta4-.nnn. nt that.
blissful repose which now attracts and ; interesta.
uie wnoie worm exists no longer; maucca to
be what (iod made him; the world isno'lotue'in
terestisg to him. amlMhwse and di aft dntment
are hlKconsiast comiaminas. onsulW)r. Wt Iter
at one, and bn wiilintj-Ae sunpaiary and re-j
A jwuBinveiaj reiBffirc 10 n nviipy.
- Remember tbviafr arm com errv, as his
rooms are always crowded whi-rever hiaoea.
Dr. Walter will return every four weeks dnr
iTiar the year f Brtr, from two to four on.
layman r. Walter,
E748SUt St.. Chicago.
3 TO 0 DAY3.
'AH ABSOCUTE CORE POSJ
WILL NOT CAUfia
oi na,i Uhifc. AbKHOR
fiS Bid Q MO PAIN, NOS'tjaS.f
CZ ASUCTKltu. CAaw Bfk?
: TT rTTTM AT av f
(to j .:
A LESSON ON NEATNESS. ,T v
OaVf TWtTltorj GVrls In Coo Hi f
. i ' 'vraw Oaa LuolM'd Cnrcleas.
Stepping one dnylrao a VtKim where
Jlaw1h"ck!nfe'hiraiseinblcl. I stood Tor'
twhile't6 hmrthe lniht, cftpnWe teacher
ihstruc twenty Jdihij gMii in the mys-teriw-
"of timttiniHkint?. She was giving
thftn little U-bture on uriinemnde bread,
after which the iiiiitt'riiils.vrere to be di
V1ed'amoti them, ami vacb girl was to
anlX, Vi'eHd ami srt n jmrtion of ilongh' io
rise. ;- " " . 1 '
The 'twwity fiirN looktil very neat ' and
pfetty, earitiK i-Totin white njirOns and lit
tie-white "tap. One cotild imitfjine thum a
few years litter, -ertch presidinjf iri htTAiwiji
well ordered lioiiMinld. ' ' '
T.ut presently I noticed somethirif; which
I would not wish to rufiit,ion cxtept with
tbV hope thnt it nuiy be n l.int to Home
thought lens jirls.
One of the hiinilx'r, i pntty girl-of
eighteen, krioi! Iisteiiitin i-ith her litrKera
pressexl ag.iinst'her Vliiu. IreieTitIy in an
abstracted wiiy she tupped bt-ir 'parted lips.
I Jfl.mcoil itrotind the cirelf. AH the oth
er ninereeu girls stood 'with their arms
hanging easily at their aides or lightly
ctrosticd und roinnined in about the same
pOKition, never earryirig their' hands to
their f(atnreK Hut tliis one girl some
times plnyed with the buttons of her divsts
sometimes fingered her cheek, somctimis
put tip her baud to we if her h:iir was all
right and once even thoughtfully n'.bbcd
When the talk whs over the girls all b
gan to make blind. They ha1 washed
their hands bc-foiv gathering around the
table, and it was nut supposed necoary to
Uo so again.
Now tiinettvti of thfi-e girS, one felt in
Btinctively, wotild I e t.i-at abottfeooking.
Ktit the twinticlh I would not le too fas
tidious, but I would really rather not cat a
Bliceof her loaf. Years ago, when I was a
girl myself, 1 heard a lady say:
"I never The ti sec uuy one handling the
After tht-.t I oftrn not iced what n differ
ence it made. And it made a difference
this lime. This one g'rl may have been as
sweet tempered and ;;s capable as nny of
the others, but they looked well bred; she
looked ill bred. They l'ik d t;iircful nd
mat. s!:e lo-kcd carehss ami a little -uu
Silonon speaks of "lit tie fi xes that spoil
the vines," and Ibis habit, when one con
tiders the question '"-of good 'manners; -Is
really k "little fox." lonth's Companion.
How a Native Australian (.'limbs a Tree,
A black never lists his knei-s vt h;'a climb
ing. If the tree is s':ia!l in g?rth they some
times use it vine, passing it around the
tree and holding on to it its they ascend.
The nio.t cotnuion way, however, is to 'as
cend by mer.ns of notches cut into the
tree orbnrk about l'iHnchi-sdectntnIabout
throe feet np:irt. Having fixed upon the
side he intends ascending, the climber cuts
a notch with his stone tomahawk about the
height of his waist and another on a level
with his head, but a little to the right or
left of the lower notch, as the case mav be.
These notches are made by a few taps of the
hatchet, first horizontally and then down
at an angle of 45 dfgs. Having made the
two lower ones the uscant is made bv stand
iag on the twill of the foot with the great
toe in the notch, while the climlier cuts a
fresh notch level with his head, and so cn
mi til the lower braiic-hes are gained.
Often the gum trees run eighty feet from
the ground np to the lowest liuib, the
truuk of the tree being perfectly smooth.
These notches an: cut with great regularity,
for, measured on n fallen tree, the distance
between them seldom varies half an inch.
In reasoendrng a -tree fresh cuts are mad-j
for -very fresh : ascent. Pan Francisco
Chronicler ' .
, .Essential OiN ca Hactericitlea.
M. Omeltselieiiko has made experiments
which confirm the views previously put for
warcl 'that tb" vapors of esseutial oils exer
cise a bar'.tei'icid.il action. Hy using spe
cially contrived culture rl.isksptid passing
thronh them air impregnated with the
vapors to be studied, be was able also to cs
.tablisl! tw iuatuity ueccss.;ry per liter if
air. . Thus the b.icillusof typhus was killed
by air containing the, vapoi from oil of chi
namon, 0.nx)r grtim per liter, or oil of vae
riajj.'O.OOSJ gram per liter in fortir-five min
tites. Thu bacillus of tiihercnlosts refpiired
to be-e.vposed for twenty-three htmrs to air
containing 0.018 gram per liter of oil of cin
namon'heforc ftiKil effects Were produced.
Oil of bivendei , O.IXitS gram per liter, ef
fected the same result In twelve hours, and
oil of eucalyptus, 0.0232 gram per liter, in
the same length of 'time .The degree of
satnrsition' nitist be maintained, or after the
'first, effects of the vapors fjaiw pffl though
the growth of the jrtrins is prevented, their
vitality i.-s not destroyed. The oHs arc classi
fied Heeord'mg to their xtrengtb as germi
icidot, ftsus ciun.iiiion, funnel, lavender,
cloves, thyme, min tiuiiso, eueffTyptus, tur-
pentuie, lemon and rose, theTtteUUto being
very weakili disinfecting ponrcr.-llafterio;
logical Worldt ff, ' 1 -' - '
i. . f-?T- r-
V Hi Kailwny CIntUerjBg,'
" It w-uAa derail rni'iit. "The-cnriue jumped.
This wal an old sixiry nt the'iirt(,tion. ; i.:
TheTHeit iu-outifl the stove ticked abotrt
the killing in a rruattrr of fact way oh some
thing xa ;bc -expected; '.: They cca.sionaily
talkul of rules and superintendents and the
company, rllumiiiating their wnuirka with
oaths that aecmtd raure apt Than wicked.
One of the engineers was w trite haired and.
the others' culled him "pap."' The ages
ranged down to eighteen, the latter repre
Rented by. a tout Irish- boy -who bad been
braking ahead on No. 3 for- a month and
hadn't; lost even a finger. There -were a
passenger conductor, two baggagemen i.nd
a postal clerk in addition to the doacn tr
more men from the local crews. . tach took
hi turn at talking through the smoke.
ProfessionuJ window washers are en
gaged" in London and; are sent out as a
messenger would.be. here to. do any . work
required, pf -them for. a definite time a,.d
pay... This must be a convenience to house
keepers who . believe that it is hardly a
woman's work to cU'an the outside of tall
and heavy windows, and who yet,- by
reason of keeping no -man servant, are
compelled to set ' their young domestics at
it or go with clouded windows, . To be able
to engage, a trong-nuu for two or three
hours' service of this kiud is something in
which the facilities of London Jead those of
this country. St. Louis Globe-Dtiaocxat.
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Cyclers" and Carrier PieOns.
Experiments with cyclers and jcarrier
pigeons for trunf;mittingtnta.5agn are be
mt made i by Che 'Gytiinasth: 'Society of
Hohie iir the interest of the Italian 'anny.
Tle rider carried a Email, riige iirttached to
Iiihi mucbina in -arhicb are several' well
rained pigeons. 'AVhert'IrnMirtnt obscrva-'
tious Tinve la-eisnt en and . j ot ted '.down
tbey av, placed j u Mivcloprsinnd aClx& td
the'ibinls, Trhich ar I1'ierated. ' In ererj
instance ;thrls.lifar the birds ' have flown
promptly and,, '.straight line back to
.headquarterii '::-mUi iiaiX.
An Active Life, the Best;..
f rSmelfcilik'thBt Carlvle.Sihiip. tfvinirtlt
-Kfeof i'rtTMenrwas'airrtie whift dying to
De somet trmg Trrrrcti more active. It is ex
tremely likely that there were mofhents in
his life when be would even have enlisted,
had a recruiting sergeant been at hand to
take advantage of his mood. But upon the
whole, we mav doubt if he wonld ha.vailnti 1
"better for himili in any other uphere tharU
vaai. ne cnose anci to wnicn ne aevoted
himself so thoroughly. .. - .
There wai no lack of .energy in his career,
fhongh' objectively "it "was not. apparent.
TheroccasionaS growl whith he vents against
the literary lifeintist not be taken too seri
ously. , They merely mark tber discontent
of the natural man with-the station of
which he fancies he has long agq exhausted.
all the pleasures..
,; Asa correcth-e to Carlyle on thi point.
Ernest Rcnan tony be mentioned. In his
"Recollections" he is almost superlative in
praise of the scholar's life; He' would not
vary -his career ;it he . were called upon to
live it again, Vet even in him th instinct
of energy at tho back of all of us led him
to express the hope, that he might die a
quiet, vigorous death bo. shot or knocked,
on the head. '
"Life must," we are told, "be active and
vigorous, else death is preferable to it."
It is wholesome counsel." The Buddhist
who gradually extinguishes his activities is
not at all admirable to us. All the Year
Round, , . ,
" KbwTrylhis "''"
Ic will cost yon nmhu.g and wi'l sudiy
rio on pood, iyou bav a f o:igh, coldor
any trouble with throst, rhest or Junes'
Or. Kent's New Discovery fr consump
lion, coughs and colds is fcunran'Ccd lo
s-ve relief, or m -ney will be paid btc-k.
Suff.Ttrs from In grippe found it jost
tiling acd under its use had a Fpeedv sod
rcift-ct .recovery. . Try a -ample boule at
our expens'i and leirn for vou-rfelf just
how.uoodH thipg it is Tri-.l boulca
free at Hartz & Bshnse.t.'s drug s'orc
Lirge bize. 50i"! and il
S,' H. 'Clifford, New Cwm!, Wis , was
trf'Ul'li d wi'h ricuralia acd rlit-uuiat-ism,
his stonihch was disordered, hia livtr was
eOo.Jeil to an alarmics di'jcrofl, i.pprtite
fell kwav, mul he w as ti rr bly rei'.u. td ia
flesh and ytrength Three hotlks of
Eicrtric Biu-ra cured him.
EJward Srcpherd. llarriabui-R, LI.. Had
a running soro on bis leg oi eight, years'
ittindiog. TJsiJ time bonh-3 of Ek:c!ric
"i'.'.trs KBcl Fvn boxes of Eitckhr.'a
An. iit S .l-e, arid hi? leg U t.o;ird Mid
well. J.,bn Speaker, Catawba, O.. had
five Krte fever so.-rs oa Ms lop, doctors
said he whs itionrablc One bottle Elec
tric Bi.teis hr.d one box Bucklcn's Arnict
S'dve cured him euiircly ,?o!j by Unr'a
' w.6xl:Ve Aanici s;'iii,t.
;'V f-' !n the world for
frtC, u.cor, isait rhssa. Tcvci
o.-'.h, tetter, rhapood linds. i-.ailt!nir.f;.
oris ml allotia tnipltons. i'1.f.ovi
;;7 ''5 cr.rfit piles, or no pay reared. It
a ftT.i.tft.ateed to ge perfect r.atipfv:;.:,.n
:r '-:oi:l:y reminded. Trice 25 ennto jt
i. Par i.v Hart? A Pwhanc-r,
'Vhat the 11 m. George G. Ves Fays in
reg. rd to the superiority rf the Dirsch
"(rn'j dinaiond acd tiot-chinesble spec
"I inn u?r.g fcla5fs whi.-d. I purchasod
from Prof. Hirschbcrg and they are the
be: 1 I ,Vl-r triL'd; it affords me greM
tk'tiM:a' to rc.-.omraeu'i Prof. Uiischbcrg
nn f.sreiltiat optic-.m, and his ebisses
rt iviinplj uu?qu l;cd in my experience
G G. Vest '
Those, spectcies arc for sait by I . H
rt.ornus n.-.tn: t r Rock Inland
Fits AU tun "irip-d free by Dr.
K'lj'i, Great Neve. Kwtorer.. No ats
.fter ihe rirH da's tiei ' Marvelous
cures, Treatise r.nd j'3 triul bottle' free lo
fltcasts. yend 10 Ir. Kline. 031 Arch
rtreet, Phil.idcSnaiH, Pa. For tale by all
(JniiftfinNt Cnll 00 10 .rs
Easily Taken Up
Cod Liver Oil as it
appears i'rt Scott's-
Emulsron is easily
taken, tip ty( the
, system. In - no
other form can so
much fat-food be
out injury to the
organs of digestion.
of Cod Liver OH with Hypophos
phites has come to be an. article
of every day use, a prompt and
infallible cure for Colds, Coughs,5'
Throat troubles,' and' a positive
builder of flesh. .
Prepared by Sct-tt & Bnwnc. V Y A'lrirncxirts. -
f If tronbledwith nnnrrlia.t
f (ile-LWhlM fir,.t 1 I
' ' - -. . tuBwiiuua.
nrintniiMhital H . ;
f- . M......
vour dniffvist fn. a Kn..1
flSix a. It cures in a fewdavs
without the aid or publicity of a
doctor. Non-Doisonoua and
Imarauteed not to mrirtura.
Tit Universal American Curt.
L Th Evans Chemical Co.
Intine Persona Kestowf
, ".7. f.TT-T -Jrrmmu. fUl. rptlUr,. mre.
I i ' ' .!aLrvM cruri-a oo box wht.
tiiJaaijcttdror) KLINES Ar"h sT ljl?!?-
- Tit cizepk. tpyWeatiw mf "MwiWi Oiwt mW wtitr-jnt
rij twesaal swdieiM, rtn mnrm mmw m f Vtr.
m Mt bv mU Itor M m. ft nmxmm. fl -VS. AddT-M. Of.
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's proscription for Infants
- and Children. .It contains neither Opinra, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It i a harmless substitute
- tor Paregoric, Drops, Soothiuj Syrups, and Castor Oil.
'.It Is -Pleasant. Its guaranteb 1s" thirty, years use by
- - Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feveribhness. Castoria prevents vomiting' Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind . Colic. Castoria relieves
teething- troubles,- cutos ennstipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels. : riving healthy; and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
. Gastotia, - - -'- ' -
' .' " CKtori.- fs ao excellent medictne ot cbil- "
iren. Mothers have repeatedly tola me of its
gcotl effect upon Heir children.? .......
2.. Ia.'fi. C Oscoop,. I
" Castoria is the be.t reructly for children ot,.
r. hich I cm acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distort when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria iq-.
stead of the v&riousquack nostrums which are '
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
asents dov.n their throats, thereby sending
Vbera tc prematiu-e graves." ,7
Da. J. F. Kinceeloc,
i Conway, Ark.
The Ceatarr Company, IT
rrrcoaroRAT3D csdee tbb 67at (aw. ....
Roek Island .. Savings Bank,
EQ0K ' 18L4?3 n.L.j ; .' ' ?'
Otcn iaXi) from 9 a. m. :o 4 p. m., and gaturdt eveniog hxai I to 8 o'clock.
Tivensr cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on ParsonaL Co!
lateral, cr Real Fstate Security . --,
P . L. M ITCHKLU Pre f C. DS??K HANS, r.ce-Pre.. j. a. BUPORn, Oartlat.
F. U Mitchell IB P. Reynolds. K. O. DenfantBti . ) ohn Onr-ans-b, H. P. Halt,
Fhn Kitchell, L. Slmor K. W. Enrt, j. M. Bnford. -
oacksob A Hubst, Solicitors.
C4T Began bnstaegs July , 188T, and occupy tc .outtcast corner of M itcfcell Lyn'de' sew
tiding. . .
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
. Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
. 226 .Market Square. ::
; Arid Dealer in Men;s Fine Woolens. . '.. ;
: - " V- 1 1 1706 Second Avenue.
- -City 'Bus ;.and,t Express' Line. 7
,teleplioiie fiock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
A : ' ' and ypu will receive prompt attention, r.
llllllV TIMBEBtlaiKE & SPENCEB, Fropg.
; HUDSON & PARKER, . "
CARPENTERS AND BUiLDERS-
f Wnds of Carpentering promptly attended to. , eOiiia'te.
- furnished when .desired. : -
Shop cor. First ave. ard' Seventeenth at. Rock rslarid.1
Qavenport Business . College, " !
COIVTPITE m ix 'DEPARTMEISTOr.:-''-
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS:
:Roek: Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK. " f
. 'To'hraMineUl pattern and aitlstie work. ' .
Sao. . OrneAt Wl FlrrttTer - - 0
".- '' ' :' ' t.." J. MAGER; Prorjrietor:
ELVfi nnrA JtH r.
tl7 "V , " rnia "" B"inaUon, Ileal f
me Borea. 'fmUmm Taate and btruril md CnTwal
mm mmm m t
: Gives Relief at
Apply into A HotrOt.
60o ProcKiBUer bymaiL
. t "T
- - " Castoria Is so wel lad opted to children that
I recommend it assuperiortoany prescription
- known to em." - -
abciikr, n. rx,
' lit So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.T.
1 " Our physicians in .theychiltlron's deart
' went have 'Bpokeri highly of tnefr erperi
ence in their -outside practice with Castoria,
. aud ol:hcgh . wa only har 'ameiiff ,6ir
medical EUpplied what is known as regular
products, yt we are free to confess that tha
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
f&vor upon it."
11r I United Hospital Isd DisPEKtuav,
. .Ali.es C. Smith, JV., . . . ,,
Murray Street, New, York City. ;
1 ; .. r ' ;i r : "
J. C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
3 - -
a . aa 'lm' '..
ones for Cold In lleaul.
It U (fuickTy Abrtrbei'
LY EKOS 6 Warren ttt N. T.
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