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TILE ARGUS. Till) K8 DAT, . JANUAliY 19, 1893.
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arKil:1Sa m. I.eave Peoria 8:00 a. m. and
Mil D. m ; arrive Rock leland 4 :00 d. m. and 1 :5
V.h trains r in mil? except annday.
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IfirovT Helie'" io all points ; baggaire enecked
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:V 'I'lTrO WITH THE OtDOBAPHY Of THIS COUNTRY WR.I CBT1r
i J5lt INFuRUATION TTOM A STUDY OF THIS MP Of Wt
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J' '' I Sallo, Mollne, Roci Wand, In ILLINOIS,
"n! n. MavtMnr, Ottmnwo, twkaloosa. Dm
1r.m, V1nint, Aodubon, nnrlan and Coandl
jfl. In IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Panl, tn MIN-
W ITA: Walnin n.i wi r.- 1 1 m ....ti .
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:rru, p;. jowrh and Kanms CIIt, in MISSOURI;
jikha, IJdcoIii, Kalrbury and Nrlmn, In NEBRASKA;
j1'1. Iarenwortb. Uortou. Toprka, Hut. htmon
BMfllle, AMIrne, Dolge City, Caldwell, In
I Klnrfber, El Renoard MInco.tn INDIAN
J i.RITfjliY; Iwinr, Colorado Spring and PnMo,
"UIHAIlfl. TMn . .
I ru:u, lanilg, aflbrdtng the best facilities of lnter-
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' ' ' w.o. buw um rwi uu west,
'U.weR and soutbwett of Cblcuo and ta Parlfle ui4
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VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
ng all eomMlton hi splendor of (qnlpnwit.
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w. . iur rii&A mna ! ei. jioivJ'Il.
J m-fian cwh FREE KECUNIKO CHATH
as rrrv j aw ,AnnH
I ua SlvpnL with Dtnlns Otr Berrice
COnDrllrmfl nanu .-a a i ...
. vi sun wnusuiu t7,'riiica wiuj
-N-.n miway lines, now forming tha np ai
TRANS-IiOCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
S;rU WITHOUT CHANGE so and from BaM
BiivA Bn Frnc"t- THE ROCK
, " " u" a ? aroma tin. to and
4 "J""to0' M Tm "d all other sanitary and
iu ciues ana mmwf districts In Colorado.
OAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
'rrm St Jngmh imt v.. n.- . .
" ' vn.cttt and sections in Sonthern Nebraska.
V . JZ ,nd-n Territory. Also tU ALBERT
't L'tr"mKMCltyandChlea0 to Water.
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SJ. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN,
QETX14 y CI.
fHck 1'raflaclioana rrHcTaaTX tbatronblns I'M?'
drat to a billons ntntwof tho ayntom, acctt cu
I'lT-TirsB, Naustt, rrowrinoas, Distresn iftfj
rctiuK. I'uin lu the Bido. fco. Whito their -na t
roirajkiMo sncccsa caa been shown In cujuj
S'Sr'sslie yot Csrtor'n Litrlo I-l'er PIT! 1 an
finally valrralilo in Conntiiatlon. enrinc am : Tf
Tni.ng t.'ilnnnoyincniplMnt.whilo thny t!iJc
cv rrectt.lUlk..or'l-irolth'iB:ouia':hit:uiiilii:ot;- .
5. and reguito tho ").iwcii. Kvcn if thoj un
.,.r',cr?"y waaHboaTmostpriwIrestofrin!; jt-'
T ...i i'.r from thiiuirrcjsscg complaint; butiL-rt-x-y.
itly thcirovxmesdcro.enIh.Te',a'J,. u-.-y.;
v.-!i.ciicetry il!oraT.'iH fuid Ineso little ptlbivuii
l:ir (n !". i.any ways th&t t'my will Dot bn w:l
tu do vuUout tLem, But at'ior allic!i La;-.
,3s the "or mi of so many lives t'jat here in efcf-r
Vn;i'..-ciir3rlut toatt. Oarpi'.lacarait vt:.;a
0(!j.-r do not.
f'arn-r's IAttn LiTr PHharovfry ii9:i an.
wry n-y fo t:iLo. Oie r tn'o ii!ls rariea .l-ini.
Tin y uroRt'lctlr viy ts ini il? n. pr rB '
1 1. '.itl y ti.:ir ecr !'; action j'l vsou,- vr'vo
UJtl!i.j.l. liivlaiKat'jr't:?ritB; livofT$l. tiJiii
Y.J ;-. d .' cvcrjwlwro, or erutbr t
carter !noe:ftis co., ffr-w ve-ts.
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Ail C6ron Mum
Saoce3sfal.v Treated Upon the
La -est Scientific rriccip.es.
No Experiments or False R-pre-e ta
tions. Cinsnltation, Examination
anl Advic Free and Cnn
ffdential. At Harper Huse Saturday,
TI-..F hid years of Fr,ciec la the largest hrcpi
t il in the ennntry and Is a trrnduMe or e eral of
the bet collt'ges in the United B tea, nm h -s
u-t rttnrnea irom a toororthe largest rnspitnls
in Enrcne, where he haf b wi stnd, inir V-e la:t
and Bit imnrored methods of treating the dis
eases of blch he makes a spceinlty.
tie dbs nsa years ! experience prlrr to hl
Bnrop-.an trip, and is well known in this Tlcin'tj
b he bus enrc t hnndredn in yonr ciiy anl Ticin
ity, in the la-t three car. Ue ttikes n lnrnr
able dl eases, lnt has cured hnndre 's w 10 have
been slven np aa incn-able by Wal phyti-1aos.
A . n .1 1 -i : . j ,
i . m .i i ii , .in Hit i rr i... n.
painful or snppreed merstrnat on, lnflimMtion
o: the womb, mfla ration of the bladder, iiabi-u-s,
dy'r'P'ta, eonntipation, kidney, niiniry and
bladder trouble". IlriL'hi's di cease, tape wott.s,
crooked limbs an I eular'cd Joint,elnb !o 't,wbi'e
swe ling, nervonsness an'l ireneril debility, im po
tency. lenC' rrhea, pimple-, blotches, care r,
dropsy, gravel Rleet, koii rrhoeo, hydroce'e, h art
disi'asc, hysteria, Kt. Vitn- fiance, piralysts.
rnrnra.ni, ssi' ma, remaie weakness, e c.
All surgical operations performed.
Kpilepsy or tits p witiveiy cored.
Piles cored without pain, knife or eanslic.
B ood and skin diseases enredbr iuiDn ve and
never failing remedie
r-TES rrjss eyes cured in one minute wlthnnt
pain. Wesk. watery eyes, dropidmi; lid", grannl
aled lids, sore eyes of any form, wil i hairs, cat
rraet, fale nnuils. sriots. scrim . tnrnini' In and
onl of lids
Ear .Vosscb and deafness, nlceratk n, dis
charge, polypns. etc.
Kose Nisul catirrh, polyrns of the ncse. plas
tic opera inns, etc. Ir. Walters can alwolntoly
and prrmanei.tlT enre snv case of ral irrh thai
everexlsted He honenily believes he cm show
a gn ati-r record of cases . f cutnrrb enred thai, all
other pby-lcians In the slate
Hinall inmors. cancers, warts, moles, etc.. re
moved with.mt acids, knife, pain or eer. New
method, Klectrol sis.
LaniBs ri'hat "tired" 'eelinir and all tl efemal
weaknesses arc oromnt'y cured, Hlo iting, head
aches. neron pro-tratK.n, general . ebihtv,
sleeiilessoess, depresnKn. indlgeslion, ovarian
troubles. Inflammation and ulceration, fa ling and
displacements, spinal weakness, kldi ey com
plaints, and change of life.
Ohoanal. Weakness ImmedUtely etired and
foil vigor restored. This riWtri'ssine i.nilrlkin.
which renders life a bnrden and marriage imiios-
munvy it. me penairy paia oy tne victim .r impro
per tndn'gencc. The most chaste most acknow
ledge that the passions are the great m ignet by
which the who e world la attracted. lestroy
tbera and what have we? Man is no loncer inter
ested In the opposite sex; the tnwrcnung of that
blissful repose which now attracts and Interests
the whole world exists no longer; man i-ease" to
be what (iod made him; the world is no lonver tn
teresting to him, and remorse and dl-app dntment
are his constant companions. onsult Dr. Walter
?. i re' na Jn w,u flBd ,be vmpathy and re
lief thai von DOsitivelv irnnlr. In he kinn
Remember the date, and come earl', as his
rv'in are always crowded wherever be goea.
Dr. Walter will iflnrn nwrv fn w,k.
Inn the year f 1803. Brlr(r from two tc ton on.
ui unu ior eoemicai analysts.
Lyman P. Walter, M.
A new and Complete Treatment, eondstrnr of
annTWMltnrlM ninlmnut 1. ' 1 - . . V.
Ann Pill.. A Pn.ltiM Vi ' . V... .
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health. The first discovery of a medico! cure ren
Jeringan operation with the knife nn necessary
hereafter. This R,medy has never be, n known
to fall, tl per box. 6 for $5 ; sent bv mull. Whv
.nfr. tmm thia ial.lil. .1 i .. . -
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restores the complect ion; perfect digestion fol
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CHEAT RIVER'S HERMIT.
A Scientist Who Lives In the KonntalBB
revising- Flying; Machines. j
For years Bernard Cressler bos lived alone
away up toward the source of the beautiful '
Cheat, lie is known as a scientist and
astronomer of no mean note in that locality,
and of late uncanny reports have crept
down the mountains of the Ftrange doings
l .-4..1 : nc V : .- l . i i . -.
u . v , iliiiilj uin i.i-iir Kuiu. 1
in iuu iiuiiM in tue wittiest scenes tne pci
entist, astronomer and hermit was fonnd.
Of all the hobbies this man rides one is par
amount and has been the cause of his leav
ing civilization, thtit he might study and
txperiment alone with nature. That hobby
is a flying machine. Cressler has spent
years in this study and believes the only
perfect machine is that devised and con
troltal by the Divine Builder, and this ho
has taken as his model.
Cressler's model is the enormous hawk of
these mountains, which is capable with im
movable wings to soar for hours, not com
bating the winds, but utilizing such air i
currents as power to lift it higher. This
hawk be compares to a skillful skater who
has acquired his momentum artificially,
and then by throwing his body this way
and that by force of gravity continues as he
pleases, his cleverly poised body on the
keen skates being an assistance instead of
a hindrance to grace ami upeed.
Cressler's contrivance is not a machine,
nor is it built to antagonize, but rather to
utilize the forces of nature. He says the
pchoolboy's kite comes nearer to the ideal
flying machine than any intricate and
labored effort of a million fond experi
ments. Being a taxidermist with a won
derful eye for nature, he has scores of
hawks in his cabin poised in nil the posi
tions assumed in flying. Some of these
attitudes to a layman's eye appear extreme
ly awkward, but the scientist's explana
tions are plausible and his proofs convinc
ing. For instance, he has gone so far into the
science of the hawk flying that he has dis
sected the muscles of a score, made drafts
of each particular set nnd noted on the
drawing their peculiar uses when the bird
is flying,, lis has also closely est imated the
strength exerted by each muscle or set of
muscles, and applying them to the whole
declares positively that man possesses each
muscle necessary, and besides that has ten
fold the requisite strength.
His machine is made to be worn like aa
ordinary suit, but when dcrjjed it unfolds
marvelous possibilities. It fits like a
glove and is manipulated instinctively as a
part of the body, each muscle of nrm r.nd
leg and body exerting itself r.t the proper
time. The wearer rires perpendicularly in
the air, and llien throwing out the bat
shaped wings floats or rather soars at case,
not descending as one would naturally sup
pose, but if a wind is blowing he rather
rises with it, making no effort to combat
the air current, but adapting his flight to
its strength and tilting his wings, which
are enormous, but light as possible, to
guide his flight. In fact Cressler does not
fly he rather soars. To this one end he
has bent all his energies of mind and body
for years, and it only remains for practice
o bring more intelligent flight, coupled
with alisoluto certainty of direction.
Pittsburg Commercial Gazette
Novelists and Their Characters,
Novelists are always trying to get the
clothes of their characters correcUy; most
particular are they that their heroes and
heroines shall speak the language of their
time, not refer to steam engines before they
are invented, nor use a word that did not
come into the vocabulary till a century
later; but there is a verisimilitude which
is worth all of that external adherence to
fact; love, passion, hate, forgiveness, re
nunciation, all these things do not belong
to any age or people. They are universal,
and he who would be immortal must por
tray them in the garden of Eden as well as
in the Nineteenth century. Thea indeed
will he earn immortality, lircause his work
will not only be literary and social it will
Is .Scott's Rebecca any less alive than
ITowell's latest heroine) And yet the
snows of many a century have fallen over
the spot where once lay or we fancy once
lay the noble and enchanting form of the
Jewish maiden. What do we think of
when we go to Windsor but Sir John Fsl
stnff The queen of England beside him i
indeed an imaginary personage. The
supreme artist is he who will not onlymeet
the imagination of alien readers, but will
compel theirimngination to come to him.
Ed Johnson, who is now one of the law
partners of Judge lloadley in New York,
once had a case before Judge Baxter, down
in Tennessee, and in the course of his argu
ment remarked that it was plainly evident
that an injunction could not be issued
against his client. Judge Baxter inter
rupted him, saying that he thought he was
"Well, your honor, I must confess that I
cannot see how it can be done," said Mr.
"1 can very easily show you if you desire
me to," blandly observed Baxter.
Of course the attorney pnllantly expressed
how grateful he would feel if the honorable
court would instruct him. Baxter picked
up a pen, seized a scrap of paper and hnr
riedly wrote out an order in proper legal
form directing an injunction to be issued
against Johnson's client.
"That's the way to do it, Mr. Johnson,"
said his honor. "Mr. Clerk place this order
in its proptr place upon the record."
A Clever Toast.
At a dinner in que of our chief manufac
turing centers a certain nobleman was ex
pected by the leading owners of iron works
present to deliver an appropriate speech.
He complied in rather a novel manner,
which took the form of the following toast:
"Sink our coal shafts, blast our quarries,
dam oar rivers, consume our manufactures,
disperse British commerce to the four winds
of heaven !"
Unfortunately his very practical hearers
took the words literally, missed the point
altogether and received this panning toast
with ill grace, so that it took some time to
drive its real -neaning into the hard heads
of the worthy plutocrats sufficiently to ap
pease them. London Tit-Bits.
An Observing Toman.
Miss De Pretty (on railway train) There!
You said men were never polite to homely
women. Bid you notice that handsome
gentleman lower the sash for that fearfully
ugly creature in front of him?
Experienced Aunt (quietly) The train is
going west and it is late in the afternoon.
"What has that to do with it!"
"The sun was shining through her win
dow into hiB eyes." New York Weekly.
A Quaker Toast.
A Quaker toast is thus quaintly worded:
"This is from me and mine to thee and
thine. I wish when thee and thine come to
see me and mine, that me and mine will
treat thee and thine as kindly1 as thee and
thine have treated me and mine."
Religion In China.
In theory Confucianism is the religion of
the state. The state officials ere the literati
who have secured their positions through
the study of the classic t e., the "Sacred
Writings of Confucius." The Confucianist
vcuiprcn are protecxea ana nonorec by the
state, and the worship of Confucius is car
ried on at the expense of the state. In a
limited sense, too. Buddhism can also claim
to be a state religion. The same is also
true of Taoism, since deceased generals and
statesmen are assigned their corresponding
ranks with the Taoistic king of the lower
world In hades. In this role they are
worshiped in Taoistic temples. In this way
it is possible for a Chinaman to make use
cf all three religions without getting into
conflict with the distinctive principles of
any of them. Their officials worship to
gether. In funeral services monks of both
orders are found performirg functions on
The public temples are usually in control
of the Taoists, but sometimes are in charge
of Buddhists, Not rarely Taoistic gods are
found in Buddhist temples and vice versa.
Sometimes they differ only in nnne. The
Buddhist goddess of mercy is the Taoist
goddess of heaven. The pearl king of the
Taoists is the imperial ruler of the Bud
dhists. Both systems teach the same ten
princes in hades, and even a reproduction
of the Buddhist punishment in hell is found
in the Taoist temples. Allgemeine Mis-sion-Zeitschrift.
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It. will cost you nothing ar.d will sudly
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any trouble with throat, chest or luns
Or. King's New Discovery for consunip
lion, coushs and colds Is euHran'eed to
give relief, or m mey will bo psid buck.
Sufferers from la grippe found itj'iat the
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ttt rftct recoveiy Try a .-ample bottle at
nur expense and learn for yourself just
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Large sizo 50b and 1 1
S. n. Clifford, New Csss'-J, Wis , wa3
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bis stomach was disordered, his liver was
effected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell way, end he was terr b!y rcdured in
2. sh and strength Three bottles of
Electric Bi'ters cured him.
Edward 9-epbrrd, ilarrisburg. Ill .had
a m a ni rig sore on his leg of eight years'
standio?. Used thn-e botites of Electric
Hitlers and seven boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and hi9 leg is sound aod
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O.. hsd
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sd he was incurable. One bottle Elec
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The Delicacy of Measuring Instruments.
The adjustment of measuring instru
ments has been brought to a point of such
accuracy as to give almost incredible re
sults. Scales are now made that will weigh
the flame of a candle or the smallest strand
of hair plucked from the eyebrow. These
scales are triumphs of mechanism and are
inclosed in glass cases, as the slightest
breath of air would impair their records.
The glass cases have a sliding door, and as
soon as the weight is placed in the balances
the door slides down. The balances are
cleared again and made ready for further
nse by the pressing of a button, which
slightly raises the beams. Two pieces of
paper of equal weight can be placed in the
scales, and nn autograph written in pencil
on either piece will cause the other side to
ascend, and the needle, which indicates the
divisions of weight even to the 10,000,000th
part of a pound and less, will move from
its perpendicular. A signature containing
nine letters has been weighed and proved
tobeexactly twomilligrams or the 15,500th
part of an ounce troy. St. Ijouis Globe
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bv Doctor Pierre's
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w womannoou: wo.
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It's fin f nvirrnrntino rcotn-rntU-a 1a:
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a soothing and bracing nervine, and the
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uiy yuuraructa remedy ior " lemale
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o ........ .v..uuivw paiu
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Sastoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is ft 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 vomitiHjr 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.
M Castoris is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Dk. O. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I t-m acquainted. I hope the day Is not
far distar t when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the vnrioue quack riostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
tbem to premature graves."
Da, J. F, Kixcheloe,
The Centaur Company, TT
INCORPORATED TJHDKB THB STATU LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Oren datlj from 9 a. ra. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock,
yive par cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal. Co'
lateral, or Real Estate 8ecurity
V L. MITCH BLL, Prat. F C. DBNK.MANN, Tice-Pre. J. K. BTJFORD, Can hi.,
F. L. Mitchell, B . P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann . JohnCrnbangh. H. P. Bait.
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon. B. W. Hnret, J. M. BnTord.
Jacksoii Hubst, Solicitors.
-Bea bnslnees July , 1OT0, and ocenpy the ontheat comer of MitcheU A Lrnde't new
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successprs to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
226 Alarket Square.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIM3ERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
R- Hudson M. J. Parkkk.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate,
furnished when desired.
8hop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth at. Rock Island.
Davenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
J- C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
Roek Island Brasslbundrv
AMD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
AK aind. of i c-tin,, .U ahad and terser. Mak
a spcctAltj rf brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Snor D Orvrc,-A, P11 nj,t avenue, near Ferry aiag. . HOCK ISLAND.
J. MAGER, ProprietoK
ELY'S CREAM DAI
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, r"'' "Uvroa Taste
Gives Relief at once
SpplW into Vf A'oasrita.
s. lrngvlU or by mad. ELY
" Castoria Is so well adapted to children tint
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me,"
H. A. Archer, M. D..
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. T,
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outside practice with Castoria,
and althcugh we only have amoii our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor u;o-B it."
VMTKD HOSFITAL AND DlSPEBSABT,
AU-KN C. Sarra, Pret.,
Murray Street, New York City.
aarn ... .
a aguuimauon, Heals I f wi fua .
and rimell, and Cures! fjPATfiM
for Oilrl In lfo.il
It U Qttirkl Abtorbed.
BKOS 6 Warren Bt N.V.I