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THE .ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1904.
EDWARD A. SPRAGUE ASKS DIVORCE AND SON'S CUSTODY Superintendent of Crunden-Martin Woodenware Company Names George Morton, General Passenger Agent of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad, as Co-respondent Charged That Mrs. Sprague Shot at Morton Recently. ALL STOCKS TAKE VIOLENT SLUMP ANOTHER SUFFERING WOMAN ESCAPES PAINFUL SURGERY. f w Woman's Praise For Peruna. Heavy Unloading From All Di rections Causes Quick Declines. for Infants and Children. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant- It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrislmcss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It rejrulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving: healthy anil natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. ,The Kind You Have Always Bought Mrs. Sophia Calwell. box 337, Nashvilla, Tenn.. writes: "At. er doctoring for m year and flad inzno rellei from leucorrftea rcsultlnr from prolapsus uteri, atd which wat i sapping my lile forces away, I llnally 1 MANY PAPER FORTUNES LOST. tried Heruna, and when I tound that it was helping me every day. It seemed almost too good to be true, "But, it not only helped me, It cured me, and In a very short time. I am now enjoying the b st of health, late strong and ree from pain, and I cet tainly feel that alt praise and bom are due to Peruna." Sophia Calwe . Lawson's Attacks President's Me.-'-age. Resumption of Hold Exports and Inflated Val ues Are Factors. i Bears the Signature of m. li i J.!!HwoaiiPiKS8l A flaaaiaaaalP mBBBB&&myfmBBBBE i H5 i t rj Wl ? it. &. B I ti- t fSC- p THE BRIGHTEST WRITERS I In their lines contribute regularly s to the entertainment of I readers of the S UNDA Y REPUBLIC Notable features Next Sunday are by I MRS. JOHN A. LOGAN REGINALD WRIGHT KAUFFR1AN WIK. SOHIER BRYANT, M. O. JAMES W. MORRISSKY HARRY IRVING HORTON HUGO ERICHSEN BLISS CARMAN GELETT BURGESS KATE MASTERSON JOHN H. RETEXS ERASTUS OSGOOD THE REPUBLIC'S GREAT Sunday Mag j of QO Paes is Brimful of Good Things 1 Itulifii CtTcr Picture SaitaHe for Framing foretells the Chrintau Seutn Two Other Magazines One of Frocks and Fashion, the other of Jest and Joke eight pages of entertaining reading and a mass of mighty interesting miscellany. The king of juvenile entertainers will continue his exploits of BUSTER BROWN Be sure to SUNDA REPUBLIC and a Real Magazine with a -Sunday Newspaper. SECOND FIRE AT FAIR JAPAN CAUSES HASTY AUCTION SALE. Ifatlres Believe That an EtII Destiny FoIIottb the Village ana Decide to Thwart It by Selling Out. Fair Japan, on the Pike, experienced Its second Are within a week yesterday morn inz at 7 o'clock. Although the damage waa small, so convinced were the Japan ess that an evil destiny pursued the con cession that they determined to hold an auction sale forthwith of the stock that remained. 'The fire was discovered in a room used for storage In the village, and occasioned AN OLD ADAGE SAYS-. "A tight perse U a heavy curse" Sfcfcaeu makes a light purse. The UVER Is the seat of nine teaths of mil disease, Tutt'sPills t to the root of the whole mat ter, thoroughly, quickly safely o4 restore the action of the . UVERtoaonBalcoBdhion. Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body. Take No Substitute. get Next Y'S about $75 damage?. In responding to the alarm one of the horses of the hose reel of World's Fair Engine Company, No. 23. broke a leg and had to be shot. The accident to the animal occurred as the hose carriage was racing from the en gine station down the hill to the east of the Ferris Wheel. The animal's hoof caught under a rail of the tracks In front of the Transportation building, throwing the horse and breaking Its leg. The blaze was extinguished by the fire men without difficulty. Its origin is sup posed to be due to sparks from the fire pans of one of the. natives of the village, which had been dropped in the room un discovered. The room was locked when the firemen arrived, and the door had to bo broken In. The fierce flr of last Saturday morning left one of the buildings of Fair Japan badly charred, and did great damage to the stock of the bazaars. Testerday's blaze, coming upon the heels of the first Induced the merchants now there to hold an aucUon sale In the theater of the con cession. The sale was well attended and many visitors made their Christmas pur chases there. WIFE SMASHES PLATE GLASS. E. Randolph Also Alleges That She Threw It at Him. Richard Randolph alleges in his suit for divorce, filed In the Circuit Court yester day, that his wife, Ella, came to his home after he bad forbidden her to do so, and smashed the plate glass In the front door and threw the glass at him. She cursed him and his mother, and told her she had bought a revolver to kill him, he alleges. Mrs. Randolph has been arrested since the suit was filed, charged with disturbing the peace In attempting to force her way into her husband's home. No. 4562A Wich ita street. She was released on bond. Lincoln Club to Meet. A meeting of-tho Abraham Lincoln Re publican League Club of the Twenty-first Ward will be held to-morrow evening in Sperflage's Hall, Spring and Easton ave nues. TO CURB A COLD IK ONE DAT Take Laxative flromo QulslM Tablets. All dnmlits refund to money It it talis to cor. E. w. Qrova'a tUuatur la oo each box. 2c Photograph by Strauss. MRS. EDWARD A. SPRAGUE. Whoe husband sues her for a divorce. A p-in on v.as Il.oJ in the Circuit Court vesierdny afternoon by Edward A. Sprague of No. KSO Cabanne avenue ask ing to be divorced from his wife. May Lil lian Sprague. formerly living at No. 413." Delmar boulevard, and for the custody of their only child. Melvin, 8 vears old. In his petition ho states that he was married to the defendant on May 23. 1S93. and separated from her last May, al'eglng as grounds for his petition for divorce, naming as co-repondent George Morton, general passenger agent of the Missouri. Kansas and Texas Railroad. He also charges that she and Morton had lived for some month at No. 4133 Del mar boulevard, the Sprague famllv resi dence, after he had become separated from her. Mr. Sprague, who Is a stockho'der and superintendent of the Crunden-Martin Woodenware Company, said last night re garding the suit that It concerned no one except those who are parties to the suit, and that he desired no notoriety in the settlement of his family troubles It is said that Mrs. Sprague confessed her Infatuation for Morton, vowirg that the sacrifice of husband, home and friends was preferable to sacrifice of the man she loved, although she fully realized that Morton had a wife and chl'dren. The alleged relations between Morton and Mrs. Sprague were broken off a few weeks ago. It Is said, when Morton left her to return to his family, who reside at No. 673S Von Versen avenue. A few days following the severance of relations between them she visited him at his offices In the Walnwright building, it is said, and shot at him at close range. The bullet was Ineffective. Falling In this attempt. It Is said, she visited his residence a few nights after wards at 10 o'clock, and when refused ad mittance she battered on the doors nnd windows until he came out. Morton called the police, who took her to the station. She was released the next d iv. She has since remained In seclusion with friends, pending a settlement of affairs of busi ness, when she probably will go to Chi cago and make her home with her mother. Mr. Morton Is In the City of Mexico with an excursion of traveling passenger agents of the Mlssou;!. Kansas and Texas Rail road through Mexico and will not return to St. Louis for two or three weeks. WANTS HER CHILD. "Having been served with no petition. I cannot state specifically what answer I shall make to the charges," said Mrs. Sprague last night. "I suppose that some of the charges are harsh, but I shall not attempt to deny any part of them that are the truth. If I should enter a gen eral denial, the people of St. Louis would pay that I was lying, and I disapprove emphatically of that "I want my boy. That Is what my at torneys and mvself shall light for. I shall base all my efforts upon retaining him. and never will I let him go while there Is any chanco to hold him. He is now with my mother, and so far as I know Mr. Sprague has made no attempt to get him. Last summer he wrote to my mother in Chicago to have him sent here to sea the World's Fair, and also spend some time on the farm. I emphatically opposed this and Intend to keep him. "Reconciliation Is Impossible. Divorce is the only solution. I was not allowed to take the legal step, but separation must come, and I suppose that the sooner It Is over the better It will be for all. We are all well known in St. Louis, I having lived here since a girl, and there Is bound to be talk, but I suppose that that cannot be helped. "From what I hear of the petition the charges are widespread and I do not know whether I will deny or afllrra. Aa I said before, I will meet the truth with truth. 4 SENATOR CARMACK WOULD INVESTIGATE SOURCE OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS Washington, Dec. 7. Senator Carmack to-day introduced a Joint resolution providing for the appointment of a commission composed of members of the Senate and House to Investigate collection and expenditure of money by na tional committees in the interest of presidential candidates. The resolution declares that the commission shall provide for publicity of these collections and expenditures, and make it unlawful to make collections from corporations engaged in interstate commerce. Tho committee is directed to make especial Investigation into the elections of 1S9G, 1900 and 1904, and to go Into the subject as to whence the money used in them was received and how It was used. The resolution was referred to the Committee on Privileges and Elections. I took a step which cannot bo retraced or which would not be taken again. My brightest hopes are that I may get the custod of my boy." Mrs. Sprague said she was still on friend ly terms with Morton. Mrs. Morton said list night that she was well acquainted with the Spragues and had exchanged visits with the fami.y She added that she did not wlh to say anj thing about the domestic troubles of the Spragues. and. In the absence of Mr Morton, would make no statement regard ing the allegations concerning h'm. FAIR WEATHER TO CONTINUE. There Will Be No Decided Change in Temperature. According to the forecast of Mr. Bowie. St. Louis will continue to have the same Ideal weather, which riade the city so de sirable to World's Fair visitors. The weather man promises fair weather to-day. with no decided change In the temperature. However, St. Louis will not be alone in Its enjovment of good weather, tor the same conditions will exist all the way from the Rocky Mountains to the gulf and Atlantic Coast. The storm Tuesday extended over the Northwest region, moved eastward and settled over the lower lake region and the St. Lawrence Valley, causing a light pre cipitation. The highest temperature yesterday was 53, at 4 p. m the lowest, at 7 a. m., 33. WALBRIDGE EXPENDED $1,000 Judge Lamm's Campaign Account Was 110. " ItEPtTBUC SPECIAL. Jefferson City, Dec 7. Cyrus P. Wal brldge, defeated Republican candidate for Governor, and Judge Henry Lamm of Se dalia, newly elected Suprem Judge, Hied their campaign expense accounts with Sec retary of State Sam B. Cook to-day. Mr. Walbrldge expended an even !l,0CO, all of which was paid In one assessment to the Republican State Committee. Judge Lamm spent J110, the smallest sum spent by any of the Republican candidates. The term of office of a Supreme Judge is ten years, and the annual salary Is 54,590. CHILD FALLS IN FIREPLACE. Afterwards Walked to Creek, Where He Was Found Dead. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Springfield, Mo . Dec ".Three-year-old James Tipton fell into an open fireplace to-day during the absence of the family and was burned to death. After being terribly burned he had wralked some distance to a creek, where ho was found lving dead In the water. Xot Guilty of Embezzlement. Joseph T. Donovan, charged with the embezzlement of $4,000. was declared not guilty jesterdav In Judge Taylor's Court. He was accused of embezzling the money from George AV. Willson on July 20, 1901. Kdltor Indicted for Libel. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Taylorville, 111.. Dec 7. Frank Reed, editor of The Breeze, the Republican newspaper of this county, was Indicted by the Grand Jury to-day for criminal libel of John E. Hogan, Democratic attorney and a member of the Grand Jury. Appoints Coal Oil Inspector. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Jefferson City, Mo., Dec 7. Governor Dockery to-day appointed William G. Lile Coal OH Inspector of Daviess County, vice W. A. Re:d, resigned. i 3 RPITBLIC PPEflAL. New York. Drc. 7 The stock market w is demoralized durirg a large part of th" scsi'on to-div. and manj paper for tunes were cut down, or swept awav. be fore cxcitnl sp-fulators could ave them Mo.-t of tle active stocks lost from 2 to 3 points and In not a few caspfa losses leached miieh larger figc-s Amalgama ted t'oppe- was one of the principal suf ferers, qoin off S"i point? Trading w is or a verv large scale and the ton- v "s extrerfi ncrvou-. almost hyterlal I'urlng tie midday houn-. varia tion In price frequently n aching '- point or inon All thf mfil ''are- went down rapidly. The I'nlted Mates Steel l-uts were con spicuous, the common falling S points in the rours of an hour or two. Colorado Fuel and lion v as especially oft. Thu dealings proved to be the I"irget inc" tht1 Northern Pacific comer on May D ISol. more than itiftfi") shares changing hands up to 2pm In th last hour about -(w fcharts wert' traded in All -ort of reasons were advanced in explanation of the movement Mr Law Mm's attack on Amalgamated Copper, the President's rtcommenditlon that the In terstatt. Commerce Commission receive nte-lling po"r. and th resumption of cold export"-. Among all th- tplk. how ever. It was noticeable that brokers were inclined to unite on the view that technic al conditions made the market ripe for a reaction after the long advance. Realiza tion of this fact led speculators to tnrov; over their holdings and so precipitate gen eral liquidation Amorg the best-Informed the opinion prevailed that the reaction was a good thing, rs the imrket would thus be en abled to advance to a still higher level later from a more --olid basi. As to the probability of further trouble from the recommendation in the Prcs dent a mes faue conferring railroad rales, some of the mot pronIneit and best Informed men In Wall -treet said they dlJ not ap prehend any trouble on that score: that It would be a verj long time before any thing could be done In that line. If at all. COPPER DROPS HARD. Boston, Dec ".More than 3) CO) shares of Amalgamated Copper were sold on the Boston Stock Exchange beforo 1 o'clock to-day. The stock opened at 75 and rapidly sold ciown to 73. After a b- ef ral'v It touched 7(P. a drop of fPs lnce j eterday. Copper Range, which opered at 705i. de clined to be ow G7. but recovered to CPi United States Mining lost nearly 3 points at one time Ile Rov ale H. ana other cop per shares were weak. The market was one of the most ani mated of the fall The decline in Amalga mated was attributed partly to a cam paign which has been carried on against it by a Boston broker. MRS. CHADWICK ARRESTED ON FEDERAL WARRANT. Continued From Face One. called and asked to sec the prisoner, but permission was denied him. Andrew Squire, who came here yester day from Cleveland, with Iri Reyno'ds, secretary of the Wado Park Bank'ng Com pany, hart a half hour's conversation with Mrs. Chadwlck. At the conclusion of the , conference Mr. Squire said to the Asso ciated Press representative: DOES NOT AFFECT SECURITIEa "The arrest of Mrs. Chadwlck does not in any way affect the holding we have of her securities, and It does not change the legal proceedings necessary In the further evolution of the case." Mr. Squire further said that he did not know- the present whereabouts of Mr. RevnoId3, who Is said to have In hl3 pos session the J5.0CO.000 in securities belonging to Mrs Chadwlck. The Deputy Marshals and Secret Servlc men who were in Mrs Chadwick's room said that the name of Andrew Carnegie was mentioned several times, and that the souna of the name each time caused Mrs. Chadwlck to smile. The officers added that, though nervous, Mrs. Chadwlck does not appear a3 111 as had been reported. The present arrangements arc that Mrs. Chadwlck will be taken to Commissioner Shlclds's office at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning, and it is expected that an appli cation will be made to a United States Circuit Court Judge by the United States District Attorney for a warrant for her removal to Ohio The complaint on which the warrant for her arrest was Issued is headed "Cassie L. Chadwlck, implicated with C. T. Beckwlth and A. B. Spear." BASIS OF THE CHARGE. This complaint was made by United States Assistant District Attorney Ernest C. Baldwin, and recites that on or about August 26. 1903. in Oberlln.'O , C. T. Beck wlth and A. B. Spear, respectively the president and cashier of the Citizens' Na tional Bank of Oberlin, did, un'awfully. knowingly, feloniously and willfully, mis apply a portion of tho monoy. funds and credit of the Citizens' National Bank with Intent on their part to Injure and defraud the banking association and its sharehold er? and directors that Is to say, the sum of J12M0, by wl.lfully cashing and paying this amount from the funds of this bank, a certain check heretofore drawn on the said banking association being as follows: " Oberlin. O.. Aug. 24. 1903 The Citizens' National Bank. Pay to the order of C. L. Chadwlck, or order, 512.500. " 'C. L. CHADWICK. 'A. B. SPEAR, Cashier. " 'Good only when indorsed.' "That the same Cassie L. Chadwlck, by whom this check was drawn, did not have on deposit with this bank the amount of money named, or any sum whatever, to pay this check, as Beckwlth and Spear well knew." The source of this Information is given as an affidavit of complaint made by Frank M. Chandler, and sworn and sub scribed to before Bernard F. Brough, a United States Commissioner for the North ern District of Ohio, on December 6, 1904. EXPECTS TO PROVE WOMAN IS REALLY MME. DE VERE. Cleveland, O., Dec 7. When shown tho Associated Press bulletin which told of the arrest of Mrs. Chadwlck In New York this evening, United States District Attor ney Sullivan gave tho particulars of the way tho case had been handled during the last week. "Mrs. Chadwick's arrest has been under contemplation for the last week," he said. "I was going to causo her arrest Sunday, when the warrants for Beckwlth and Spear were sworn out, but I thought it well to go slow In th matter. "At 7 o'clock last'nlgbt, In Toledo, United IliLVilfMJHk.'A WdBmm ' TWm&MBBBBBWkB' ; A WmWmBBBBBBWK . JbrfMuXlinc l&;fmWk" ' -bbbbWz Y'': '$BBRa. - -vs&tftr-jS'BBBBm. ' A Mo -re I? 'ii''fi' ''BBBBJBm mmWm BBBw-i'AH to Sufferm Worn Wmm.: I . JBbTUM Mrs. Mattle Ui W. Bremer St., Cadillac, Mich , Noble Grand of tho Rebecca Lodge, No. IS), writes: "Some time ago my health seemed to give way. The doctor said I had ovarian trouble and gen eral weakness. There was a discharge and I had and shoulders, while my stomach was so upset that my food nauseated me. "My physUiansaid that I ougit obe operated upon, but I strong) objected to It and oat of my friends advitid me to try Peruna. "lam pleased to say that this medicine saved me from a painful operation and restored me to perfect health and strength In a little over three months. "I am very muci pleased with the good yo r ms.cmc h s done me, and I t ust that many suffering women may be binettted through the use of Pe runa" Mattle Kline. If all of the many aulferlng women scattered throughout the United States nou.d take the above simple and di rect testimonials to heart and follow the example af these nomea, no pen cowd cescribe the beaellt that would follow. There are so many women, especially married women, who drag themseires wearily around from day to day, from year to ear, with catarrh of thp pelvic organs, little realizing what the exact na ture of their ailment is. They are miserable bejond description. They ache, and tremble, and throb, and grow more nervous, tired and debilitated every day. Tor this class of sufferers Peruna is the most perfect remedy in existence. Ask Your Druggist for Free The Canadian Pacific Fur Co. THE NEW FUR STORE, 506 N. SIXTH STREET, ' Directly opposite the Good Luck Clothing: Co., Have Opened One of Their Branch Stores; Don't purchase anything in FURS before seeing our LOW PRICES. Remember the number and location. No. 506 North Sixth Street, directly opposite the Good LuckCIothinc Store. The Canadian Pacific Fur Co. States Marshal Chandler'appeared before United States Commissioner Brough and swore to an affidavit charging Mrs. Chad wlck with aiding and abetting in the mis application of the funds of a national bank. It was specifically stated In the affidavit that Mrs. Chadwlck had aided President Beckwlth and Cashier Spear of the Citizens' National Bank of Oberlin, O., In the misappropriation of $12,500 on Au gust 26, 1303. at which time the woman received from Cashier Spear a certided check for the amount stated. GLAD ARREST IS MADE. "This affidavit was sent In tho mail by special delivery to United States District Attorney Burnett of New York, with in structions to Issue a warrant upon It and arrest tho woman forthwith. The an nouncement that the woman has been ar rested is a great relief to me, as I have been working night and day on the case for over a week. I have been in con stant communication with the Federal au thorities In New York for more than a week. At my request the Attorney Gen eral caused Secret Service ofltoers to bo placed on guard at the Holland Hotel w 1th instructions not to let her get out of their sight for a minute. "I also advued District Attorney Bur nett to have additional surveillance placed upon her, and he has aciua as 1 rtqiiesiect, II this espionage had not been maiu talutd, she would probably havo escauvd us, as is shown by her sensational attempt to get uway in New ork. tnis afternoon, I do not know what tne New York au thorities will do with Mrs. Ccadwick to nignt, but to-morrow she will bo ar raigned before a United btates Commis sioner and will be asked to plead. LAMB'S LAWYER TO APPEAR, "I am not sure as to the witnees I will sunucon in the case I can only name onu of them at present. This person will be. Irving Beiford, now clerk of tho Umti.l States Court lor tho Northern District of Ohio, wno In Toledo defended Joseph Lamb, who wja arrested with Ataaaine De Vre for giving Jl-j.Ouu worth of notes, Lamb being acquitted on the ground that he was held in the woman's power and did not knowingly commit a crime. "Mr. Bellord will bo asked to identify Mrs. Chadwlck as Madame De Vere, which he declares he can do. As to the rest of the case that we have prepared I can not talk at present. The notes signed with the name of Andrew Carnegie will enter Into it, I suppose. As to whether forgery can bo proven I am not now pre pared to state." Regarding tho arrest of Mrs. Chadwlck by the Federal officers, receiver of the Chadwlck property, Nathan Loesser, said that It need not necessarily interfere with the bankruptcy petitions; that she can be proceeded against in bankruptcy, and her assets distributed among her cred itors. Debate In Welfare Hall. A public debate will be held to-night In Welfare Hall, Eleventh and Locust V''f "' aP'jJI? '' ' VV bbbbbbbbbbW& ' x w .BBBBBBBBBBBK-jSKO&t 1 Sirs Sophia Cehcll It relieves, it H)dti.es. it quiet", it strengthens. Most important of all. It cures the catarrhal cmdit on of the pel vic organs, v- Inch is at the bottom or all thce other ailment". Dr. tfar.maa, who is emlaeattj quali.ied ay long years ofexpenencs in the treatment ui catarrhal diseases, especially pelvic catarrh, will give any suffering woman who applies to him the benefit of his valuable auric gratis. Those women who desire to conult Dr. Hartman may do so in all confidence. Thousands of women have been curt! by correspondence with Dr. Hartman. Thousands of other women might be cured it they would take advantage of this generous offer. Peruna Almanac for 1905. ttreets. the contesting parties being John Beard, Christian, and Attorney A. H. Jackson, Free Thinkor. TT.vKtM.K T"f41. n.M Ks- Take Parker's Cascara Quinine Tablets. jK They cure colds and malaria- ;so Dronuces. n DRASTIC MEASURE AIMED AT SOUTH FILED IN SENATE.! Contlnnetl From Tasce One. or In any way abridged for causes not permitted by the Constitution of the Uni ted States, then the number of members apportioned to such State In the Hou38 of Representatives by section 1 of ths aforesaid act of 1901. hereby amended, may be restored to said State by a further amendment to the aforesaid act. This re-; ductlon shall apply to the next election: for members of the House of Reprcsenta-! tlve from said last mentioned States la the Sixtieth Congress." It provides In section 7 for election at large of the Representatives of any Stato whose representation Is reduced, provided the State prior to election does not re distrlct the State on the reduced basis. Find Stolen Chinese fiornn. While the police were searching tha room of William L. Linton, on De Giver vllle avenue, near Do Ballvlcre avenue, for a stolen camera, Tuesday afternoon, they found two Chinese gowns, valued at 1. which W. E. Burke of the Chlnesa Village at the World's Fair says were stolen from dummies several days ago. The camera, which also was stolen from the Chinese Village was not found. Lin ton was arrested on a charge of gram! larceny. Mnth Ward Republican to Meet. The Ninth Ward Republican League Club will hold Its regu.ar meeting to-night In Concordia Turner HalL Many promi nent speakers will be In attendance and a vaudeville entertainment will be given. Rooaevelt Clnb 3Ieeta, The regular meeting of the Good Gov-.? ernment Rooseve.t Club was held last, night at the club hcadouarters at No. 230 2 &. r.ugema street. GET HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bittern Immediately when yoBjj " notice any of these symptoms. Poor Ap"a - petite, Bclchlne. Heartburn. ickl Tleadache, Coatlrenean or Sleepleia-? neas. and you'll save yourself a lot ofjj unnecessary suffering;. Nothing else cans ' take Its place, so we urge you again toj Insist on having Hostetter' with a PrI-'l ' vate Stamp over neck of bottle. It alsov ' cur Dynpepsln, Indigestion, ChllU.1 Colds and Malaria. Try It nnd aee. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. 3 t. ST 3: jt-t. - l lirt&;&zil tMm&rSksi i0MTJMiAisW