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Cupid In .Quest of the Sum
when inquiring where ha couM
Ret bo elegant suit niai!e for
him, such a in worn by the ex
uii.!u swell at Newport or Bar
Harbor, wu directed by ono of
thrui to 1IOITKU where no one
ever failed to get the most per.
reel tit, latest stylo, choice, sea
onable pood, and a distingue
appearance at a reasonable price.
CWm Tour Ilnmr and Hat U Inr irfd.
Insurance and Loans
He out 4, MimIiuU
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PURITY ASD EXCELLENCE
i tub motto at
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tttrlrf Ft4 wbotrml dMr.
lrr f iivt'.aaca aLd Ik
Nc'a If IS Third Aa Jit-r.
To buy Hardware,
U4 Hoate and
Floor I'aioU, Knb
ber Hoae, Uwn
Mwwftt or unythlnj:
In the Hardware
lint in general ie of
110 Third Arena
AGUtr JOB EAGLE B1CICLL3
I NOt 1HC J .saw.
I MltM I V T
Yon will find cne coupon
lnMe each two ounce I ta
and t so coupon Inside each
four ounce bnsof Bluck well's
Ihirhmn. Duy a bug of tins
celebrated tobacco and road
the coupon n hich gives a
tint of vuluutirc prem-bts aud
bow to get tucr.i.
6ELCCT1NG A VOCA1 lUlw.
Farkhsrr.r Wise Cbcnn-I to Tonne
Mrn Jn Chcoinc; a Career.
"The young man who Kays, I have
given my in-art to the Lord, and, thorn
fore-, I am going to rtudy for tlio minis
try, mini s tin; rutin; point. Bays Dr.
l'arkhur.-t i:i uu urt.ch: .n "Selecting a
Cantr, in Ladies' Homo Journal.
"Ihoie w uu 'therefore' uliout it. TLat
is a pettifogging wuy of meeting a great
sitiuttion. I tjnoto from a letter that I
rm-ivtil recently from a young lawyer
in Ohio: lu my daily life about the
rrimiiiiil i nurts 1 liuv urn many a sad
scene, m:d at lat it has come to that
point that 1 Kin uliiKMt divided to cast
wido my bright fuft.io in law and m
tcr I Ik- uniii of the Lord. I answered
liim that ho wi-h writing nonsense
W hat lie iii an t l.y 'the service r.f the
Lord' was th'.i Christian ministry, and
that in no more n rvico of the Lord
than uuy other reputable, calling. It in
, not what a man does that makes his
service Christ iati ; it is putting his carver
under contribution to the inbl:c weal,
instead of mortgaging it to his own
preferment, that makes his wnicn
Christian. Tlicro is a great lot of riuall
thinking about theso niatters aud well
meaning imbecility tint work. daiu
ugingly all anraud. Aly correspondent
lurthermore wrote that he had 'learned
to distrust the law.' All tho inoro rea
son, then, why hu should stay iu the
law. Wo cannot improve u thine; by
standing oft und distrusting' it, but by
jumping iu and converting it. If nil the
conm rrutiou is pnt ii.to 1 ho ministry
and all the brains into the other profes
sions, neither the pulpit nor the world
will pn lit. Th'- i tan and substance of
all of vlii'-h is (hat v. l.en a young man
has come out on to the distinct Chris
tiaii ground of putting hiuiM-lf under
contribution to the public weal, the se
lection of a career tst suited to him
self i.nd to t!.; Iieed4 of huiaunity is
siiiipiy a matter of studying adaptations,
and deriding by v. i.at art, trade, bnsi
liess cr pridosiou he can suhiivrve that
weal the best."
Tbe arl7 ' krl Service.
Tho first in: till. t ion of packet services
uereKS tlio two channels aud tho North
sea probably dates bark to very ancient
times. In the days when Knglami, was
a province of France, and during the
later pernxl when 1' ranee was a province
of Kngland, the tieod of a channel tor
regular correspondence must have luade
itself irresistibly felt: and even ufter
tb"hatf Calais the long presence tf
Iiigiih trrnips unl Ki;g!i:--'u agents iu
the Low Countries called fe,r almost as
exnst.int means i t comur.uiicatiou with
The service probably mado a great
stride in tho days of the protectorate;
for Secretary Thurloe, who hung the
secrets of all Europe at the protector's
girdle, could do so only by means of
uninterrupted correspondence with his
agents nlu-oad, and, being postmaster
himself, could regulate tho packets to
suit his wishes. Still the system was
not extended outside tho narrow seas
cither during Cromwell's reign or that
of his successor. The need for snch ex
tension became pressing only through
the growth of our colonial possessions.
Says Charlca Baudelaire: "This life
Is a hospital where every patient is pos
sessed with a desire to chouse his bed.
This one would prefer to sufler by the
store, and the other thinks ho would
recover by tho window."
The silver 3 c-nt piece, once familiar
at tlio counters of po-itoffices, was an-
thorid by act f t congress March S,
K-M, and its coinage was lieguu the
nine year. Its coiuage was discontinued
Fell. 13. 1623;
The Local Marheta.
IIt Ttnutby, T; wild. TJ6.
Potatoes, new 19c.
Bullet Fait to etio'ee, 13c; Ira -a
Kn Fresh, IJ'e.
mccmc".n $S.50a doaen,
foal Soft, 1V.
l it ie tta'cnrra l for corn red aiarn .IKrO
; ( aim Bilftrs, -oSjc; Cairo. ac
! i", aac.
BriB Latnt f WtM a at ad.
When MaIit wait sick, we gave her Osxicf-ia.
Wlva she as a fuil. I, slie cried fnr CsWoria.
Wbr aba bxrama Was. she clnng Xo Castoria.
When she bad children, sbe gaeetbem Caatorla.
Children Cry for
POLITICS IS MIXED
As Shown by the Novel Picture
New York Presents.
fHACHEB GIVES OUT A STATEMENT
Announcing the Fact That He I a Gold
Mau Running on a Free Silver Platform,
and Tbat He Will Make the Fight on
Mate iMino Another NoTclly Ie That
He Speaks Rvfore He I XotiBrd Itrjraa
Talks In the ltain McKinley's Visitors
Albany. Sept. 21. By making an offi
cial statement late last night of his
position upon the financial question,
and by declaring in that statcmnet
that he is unalterably for gold. John
Boyd Thacher. Democratic nominee for
governor, created one of the mort curi
ous situations ever known in politics in
this state. The statement was issued
after a long conferences with Senator
Hill. Klllot C?. Danforth (who was at
Senator Hill's house), and D. Cady
Herrtck (the Democratic leader in this
county). It was addressed to the chair
man of the state committee. It is be
lieved that this course is approved by
Hill, William F. Sheehan and others
not in attendance at the state conven
tion, and Is intended to try and fend
off any nomination of a second Dem
ocratic ticket at Brooklyn and enforce
a fipht at the polls upon state issues,
leaving the national ticket entirely out
of the question.
Statement ftcfore Nntiflcatlnn.
Thacher declares that he is against
free silver, but will vote for Bryan and
Sewall for regularity, and fight the
campaign on state issues only. The
1-tter says: "I am informed that the
lHmoeratlc party of the state in con
vention nsscmiiled at Buffalo on Sept.
17, 1"S6. did me the honor of naming
me as its candidate for the hiph office
of governor. 1 now learn that the state
committee is to meet on Tuesday for
the purpose of appointing a commit
tee to oflUiully notify me of that fact.
It hns seemed to me due to your com
mittee that before it takes that step
I should make a statement. I cannot
P.:k for the support of the people of
the state without frankly deelarinff my
position upon the financial issue now
agitating the public. I stand today
where I stood in the month of June
In the presence of a convention of the
Mantis Where lie Has Alwur St mid.
I have not changed an iota m my
belief. nor deviated a stop in my course,
The commercial honor of this coun
try la pledsed to the world, and the
world knows that the nation will main
tain its honor. I took part tn the
state convention which sent delegates
to represent the party in national con
vention at Chicago. These-delesates by
participation acquiesced in the action
of the national convention by present
ing candidates for the offices of pres
ident and vice president of the United
Ftates. The state convention of the
1 emocratie party han ratified the nom
ination of these candidates. I have
learned from the fathers, and in turn
have endeavored to t-ach, that the
Democratic- party is a vehicle to carry
the will of the people into effect.
Why IU- Will Vote for ltr)an.
Pceh a vehicle is constructed with
1il!iculty. but it is easily dest roved.
Failure now and then to perform ab
solutely satisiaetory service will not
Justify the utter destruction of the
vehicle. It was constructed to bear not
one burden, but many and various bur
dens. When the financial burden Is final
ly disposed of the people will still em
ploy the Democratic party to support
their purposes and to carry them into
effect. When they do thus
employ that party I for
one do not want it to be shattered
and dismembered, but to be strong
united snd etllcient. Therefore I shall
cast my vote for Williams Jennings
Bryan and Arthur Fewall. the candi
dates in due and regular form chosen
by a majority of that convention.
Will Make the I'isht on M:it Ihmic.
in nominating me i must assume
that the convention was not unaware of
my MnancUl views as expressed in my
public utterances, and that it was in
duced to accord me that distinguished
honor in view of the fact that under
the constitution a governor of this
state has no official connection what
ever with matters pertaining to the
national currency." Thacher thi n pro
ceeds to i;tnt that he will conduct thi
campaign on state Issues and tells
wherein he bs-lievs th? state ltcpuhlic
an administration has erred e'ther by
omission or commission.
BRYAN SP i:KS IX 1IK.1VT UAIXS
At the Base Itult I'ark at Washington
AUo Hi lfctltimoie.
Washington. Sept. 21. A heavy wind
and re.in storm seriously interfere
with the arrangements which had be,
made by the local committee for i
grand reception to Candidate Bri
an at tne old Capttol base ball park
Saturday afternoon. The crowd was
considerably below the expf nations cf
those having the erranaemtnt3 in
charge, but there was no lack of en
inusiasm. w r.en rrj an appeared on
the platform he was received with such
a demonstration as is rarely accord
a public speaker. For fully five min
utes the cheering continued, Bryan
standing bare-headed. Soon the rain
began to fall heavily, but the crowd
stayed, and after FpcEktrig forty m!n
utes Bryan left the platform and started
Bryan spent Sunday in Washington
as the guest of C. T. Bride, at his r.
dence on Capitol hill. Bryan Ir-ft the
city at It) o'clock last night for Balti
more. This course was necessary"
order that he mipht cuteh a train lor
Dover. Del. He had many visitor
while here. At church yesterday Bry
an and those w ith him sat in the pew
formerly occupied by I'resident Lin
coin. When Bryan was Having the
churcn. whicn was crowded, sure one
propoyed three cheers for the canUl
date, which were given with a tvill
Baltimore, Sept. 21. William Jen
nines Bryan spoke here Saturday nigh
to two of the largest crowds ever pres
ent at a political meeting in this city.
The first rpeech was mtide in the open
a:r and conservative estimates place
the numlwr present at 30.C-jt. The sec
ond was heia la liusic bin. the large!
'ldltcr-.wm In Baltimore, and the house
was packed ur.til women fainted and
many had to be removed before the
speaking could proceed. At the open
air meeting rain began as Bryan began
to speak and was soon coming down in
brisk shower. He spoke twenty min
utes, however, and in he course of his
speech attacked Carlisle for saying it
would be the duty of the treasury to
redeem silver dollars In gold if the par
ity could not be otherwise maintained.
Bryan said this would establish anoth
er "endless chain." At the conclusion
of his Music hall speech he returned
FI IX. It IKS TO THE CANTON MECCA.
The Major's Tine To n Well Occupied
Summary f Saturday' VisMa,
Canton, O., Sept. 21. Major McKinlcy
spent yesterday entertaining a few friends
at dinner, glancing over bis mail and
resting. The mail and the telegraph arc
still heavily burdened with congratula
tions from new McEinley clubs and wit'.i
requests for appointments with visiting
delegations. Commencing Tncday there
will be ruectinss on the aicrunlcy lawn
every day until Oct. 9. and a number of
appointments beyond that date have been
made. For this week alone thero arc
twenty-nine delegation announced. They
come from New lurk, northern Indiana,
Muncle, Iml; Pennsylvania, Illinois aud
5 Scarcely had the echoes of Friday's
big demons ration at the home of Major
McKinlcy died away ere the distmt rumb
lings of Saturday s doings were heard.
Barring tho local campaign opening I ri'
day Saturrtuv's was the biggest demon
st ration since, nonnnatiou day. There
were ten visiting delegations of from
1,000 to 6,000 ench, utilizing twenty-six
special trains and estimated at from 10,-
O,) to 15,tW0 people. There was a cold
drizzling rain all the afternoon, anil when
it ceased tho temperature fell rapidly and
overcoats were in demand. The major
madc eight siiecchos, some of them of con
siderable length, lherc were delegations
from Carnlgie's works, Pittsburg; mil
way men from Chicago (about 5,nmi), and
commercial traveler.-, from Cincinnati and
Pittsburg and also some Hungarians
TANNER AND ALTGKLI) AT WOItK.
tioveninr Sneaks at Chicago anil the Cap
talnnt Ite Kalb Klg Cromla.
Chicago, Kept. "1. Saturday right to
an audience that packod every root
of tlo Music Hall auditorium Governor
Altgeld replied to the speeches of Carl
Sehurz and Bourke Coekran. and d
clared that the trinmph of the gold
cause meant the downfall of the Amer
ican republic. A street parade pre
ceded the speech in the hall, and the
local Democracy turned out in force.
The governor was greeted with great
applause, and the speech was frequent
ly interrupted by cheers.' Outside of
the hall there was a great crowd dur
ing the early rart of the governor s
speech and the air was full of en
thusiasm. While the governor was speaking In
Music Hall Senator Thurston, of Ne
braska, spoke In the big Republican
tent, which it is claimed has a seat
ing capacity of 12.000, and was filled.
The speaker gave an exhaustive analy
sis of the silver question from the Re
De Kalb, Ills., Sept. 21. In splto of the
cold, tlisagreengblc weather, tho Republi
can meeting was one of the most success
ful ever held here. The country people
turned out in numbers, and nil the sur
rounding towns sent large delegations of
marchers. Captain Tanner arrived nt 1
o'clock on a special train, and was
escorted to the speaking ground by a
procession half a mile long. The
grounds were packed with peop'.e. Previ
ous to reaching here Tanner spoke
to 1,000 at Wheaton.
MKIOIS NOMINATION CKKTIFICATF.
Names Bryan and Watson, bnt the Elector
Are for Rryan and Sewall.
Topeka, Kan.. Sept. 21. The nomina
tion certificates of the Populist nation
al and state tickets were tiled in the of
fice of the secretary of state Saturday.
The certificate says that the candidates
for president and vice president are
Bryan and Watson, but Is followed by
the entire list of Democratic electors,
all of whom are for Bryan and Sewall.
These Democratic electors were in
dorsed by the regular Populist state
convention ia return for Democratic in
dorsement of the Populist state ticket.
Fusion Probable In Kentucky.
Louisville. Sept. 21. Chairman P. P.
Johnston, of the Democratic state cen
tral committee, came to Louisville and
was in conference with Chairman J. A.
Parker and Committeeman L. K. Tay
lor, of the Populist committee. The
Populists Immediately left the city and
Johnston refuses to talk, but It is ac
cepted as a fact that a fusion has been
agreeed upon, and only the details re
main to be fixed before the pian is
Alger's Veteran Spell-Binder.
Detroit. Sept. 21. The General Al
ger party, made up of Generals Al
ger. Sickles. Sigel. Mulholland and Cor
poral Tanner, will hold a meeting at
the Chicago Aditorium tonight and will
leave Chicago tomorrow morning, and
stop at Kenosha. Racine and Milwau
keen. The 2Srd they will visit Madi
son and LaCior.se; the 24th West Su
perlor and Duluth: the 28th Dubuque
and Des Moines, and the 23th Council
s-pnngnem. ills.. Sept. 21. Secretary
or htate Minrtchsen denies that he will
uiM-oMiiiiaie against tne gold Demo
crats in making up the state ticket,
but says that the hoard of review will
act strictly according to law. From
this it is evident that the name "Inde
pendent Democratic" iciu be permit-
lea to go on tne ticket.
6ponaer Speak at Milwaukee
Milwaukee, Sept. 21. Ex-TTnlted
States Senator John C. Spooner Satur
day made the first of a series of cam
paign speeches that will be delivered In
Wisconsin and Michigan. He discussed
the Chicago lemot-ratlc platform in all
Its phases and traced the coinage ques
tion from early days to the present.
Girl Marrirs a f tanwicted Thief.
Ies Moines. Sept. 21. Ed Bragg.
ard 21, was sentenced by Judge
Hoimes to sis years in the peniten
tiary for burglary, and immediately
thereafter, with the judge's consent,
married Mary A. Cooney to whom he
had been engaged. He then was taken
to jail again.
INDIANA'S GIFT TO THE BATTLESHIP.
Cot. Matthews and Party at Hew York ta
Faeeeat tbe Sliver Bert-lee.
New York, Sept. 21. A party of prom
inent citizens of Indiana arrived at the
Fifth Avenue hotel yesterday. They
came here for the purpose of present
ing a silver service and library to the
t'nited States battleship Indiana, which
is now lying off Tompkinsvllle. 8. I.,
under command of Captain Robley D.
Evans, better known by the cognomen
of "Fighting Bob."
The party consists of Governor and
Mrs. Matthews. Miss Matthews,
and Miss McMachan: Mayor Thomas
Taggart, of Indianapolis, and Mrs. and
Miss Taggart; Adjutant General and
Mrs Bobbins, Brigadier General and
Mrs. McKee. Colonel James B. Curtis,
Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. J. H.
Murphy. Captain H. T. Condee. Charles
H. Williams. Miss Williams. Mrs. Mor
ris, Ross Bishop. F. S. Chatard, Clem
Studehaker, Major and Mrs. C T.
Doxey and Mrs. Kinnard. Colonel and
Mrs. James P. Ross. Miss Florence
Coffin. Mr. and Mrs.C S. Denny. Mr. and
Mrs. S. P. Sheerln. Mr. John H. Holll
day and Mr. Alex Holliday. Mr. I. S.
Oordon. Colonel William R. Holloway:
Dr. J. Livingston Thompson and her
daughter, Mrs. Oliver: Major Thomas
IH-Frees; Mr. Gagg. of Terre Haute,
and a number of others.
Kx-Presider.t Harrison and Mrs. Har
rison are expected to accompany their
friends to the Indiana. The silver ser
vice will be formally presented by Gov
ernor Matthews to Captain Kvans, but
it will be received by Assistant Secre
tary of the Navy MoAdoo.
BOSTON IN THE FOURTH PLACE.
Chicago's Uu,, 111 1 1 s t'si't Wla from
a Tall Ender.
Chicago, Sept. 21. Tho base ball situa
tion is given in the table below. Chicago
lost its game yesterday with St. Lou s
and Boston is one ahead fur fourth place:
Plnynl. Won. Lost. Cent
Unltimorc I'l si
Cleveland I2 17
lloatel: 1211 Til
Chiraco 13 71
1'itt-bnrg 124 C4
Sew Yiirk 12A Kl
I'lnla lcq.bia U.'l at
Unxiklvn Tt M
Wa.sl.hiKton I:'i .Vi
St. lionis 3s
League scores: At Baltimore Phil
adelphia 2. Baltimore 7: at Cleveland
Cincinnati 2, Cleveland 21; at Brooklyn
Boston 3. Brooklyn 1; at Washington
New York 1, Washington 8; at St. Iouls
Chicago , St. Louis 5: at l'ittphurg
Rain. (Sunday) at St. Imis Chicago
2. St. Louis 3; at Cincinnati Louisville
3, Cincinnati 4.
Western League: At Indianapolis
Minneapolis 3. Indianapolis X; at De
troitMilwaukee 0, Detroit 13; (second
game) Milwaukee . Ietroit 4: at Grand
Rapids Kansas City 14. Grand Rap
ids 14: at Columbus Rain. (Sunday)
at Columbus St. l'aul S. Columbus 1;
(second game) St. I'aul 2, Columbus 11:
at Grand Rapids Kansas City IS,
Grand Rapids. IS; (second game) Kan
sas City 11, Grand Rapids 9.
COLLISION ON THE UNION PACIFIC.
Ten rersons Injured, lint I.arklly Kane of
Untie, Mont., Sept. 20. By a collision
between tho Vnlon Pacific express from
S ilt Lake and the wc-t, and a mlxi-d
train on tho Montann Union, nc ir It-wker,
four miles west of hero, yesterday tho
cngln-s of both trains itnd the express and
smoker of tho I'nlon Pacific weM wrecked
and tho following hurt, none scrinn-dr:
John Mnrray and Ihn Green, Ijeadvillr,
Clo.; OulnnK. Murphy, He'd ClifT. Colo.;
Jo.wph O'Brien, Butte; Charles J. Justice,
S:in Francisco; J. H. Klliott, linker City,
Or.; Julius Jacobs, Butte; M. M. Bur
dirk, news ag.-nt; IT. K. Kihcr, baggngn
mnster, and A. J. Jones, mail el Tk. 1 he
eigineers and firemen snved themselves
by jumping. The accident Is attributed
to a conflict of order.
A Krasow For Kot Marryiag.
Pretty Teacher (severely) Did your
mother write this excuse?
Had toy Ves'ru.
Pretty Teacher Humph 1 It looks
very much like one of your rcrawls.
Bad Boy Mamma wrnia it; but,
please, ma'am, slio had sister Jennie on
one arm crying with a bumped had
and brother Willie on the other with a
cut finger, and a lot of sewing on her
lap, and she was rocking the cradlo w ith
her knees, aud she had to writo with
Pretty Teacher (in the evening)!
am very sorry, Mr. Poorchap, but 1 have
changed my mind. I shall never marry.
A Gigautte Advertieemeat.
Near Ardeiilec, Scotland, thero is a
wonderful advertisement, made of flow
rr beds. Tho beds aro each a gigantic
letter 40 feet in length, the whole form
ing tho words "Glasgow News. " Tho
total length of the line is 123 feet; area
covered by the letters, 14,84.") feet. The
advertisement is situated on the side of
a hill, and, being of bright colored dow
ers, can be read from a distance of 4g'
miles. St. Louis Republic
"Do I understand yoa to say that this
man never made a statement that was
"That was what I said."
The questioner laugtwl long and loud.
Impossible," be said. "Absurd!
Preposterous! Why, he's a government
weather prophet. " Loudou Tit-Bit
Crocodile lylng out.
Tlio crocodile is not ns namenras in
the Nile as he was in th days of tha
R aniens family in fact, he rather
shuns tbo river now below tho second
cataract, on account of the anuoyaooca
inseparable from tourist traffic
The instinctive and universal taste of
mankind selects flow-rs for the expres
sion of its finest sympathi", their Is-an-
ty aud their fleetingness serving to
make thera the most fitting aymtsds of
thine delicate sentiments for which lan
guage l lee If seems almost too gross
luedium. till lard.
The outlay incurred Itt the Spanish gov.
eramant la making additions to the navy
atnooBM to fw.OOQ.ligo. .
OTHERS, Do You Know thai fares-. V
Batemaa'a Props, Godfrey's Cordial, many su-culld swathing firnapa, e..
roost remedies for cbttdrea ant conipnerd t o4nm ur snariailae t
TJs Tern Kawr that onfcssa and aaorptilne are stupefying aaremir asnos t
Po T Rmw that at most oamtrlee droaxsta are r frewiltuti to 4i sen':.
artthcut labeling Uaetn poiscsa f
Pa) Tow Ksw that yoa ahoold aot permit any snaitvina so gtwo, roar ....
aslrai yoa or your physician fcnow of wast It hi coear.iwd t
Po Tern gsta-ar that Caatorla If a poretr imiataWa rVaraloa, and that a at .
ta tnxredlrata tr vubUabed with eaery bottl r
Po Tow KsisraT that Castarla I tbe rmacrlprJoe of the fetnona ,r Kunaei lit. : -.
That M has bean tab for ueaily thirty years, aad tlI mora Caaya-ta h aow auU u
Stall other remedies tor chUdraa comUiail t
Po Taw Kaw tbat the Patent Offloa Drpamment of the Cnlted Matea. ai.. .
tiler coontrVa, ham bawd rxclturre rlht to Dr. rtrrber aad his easier ta was tba .. .
" Caatorla) " and tta t arnmla. and that to tailta tbem I aetata tlm scenes?
Pe Tew Kacw that one of the wawous for granting ht gnwarnmeot jnArvUin.
hsoaufe Castoria bad bean proven tu bs abaolntelT kaxsoLsasf
Po Tow. Ksiww tbat 35 nail doaa et CsVorta are furatabed t'- '.
Po Tow Kno- Tthat whea taaaad of trie pcrfnt retrallna. tomT rtillPea mv
be kept well, and that y oo mar bare smbrokrw rest I
yoll, tawaw things ara worth knowtag. TtT are taraa
Tfcw far nt trifle
Children Cry for
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chl-mgo M d'eal Institute Peru ant ntlj loeatal ta IHverport. ivw
OB. T. II. WALSH,
Jwinrty O-aleal riBisasai la wsssof Uade
Mriai sasdlcal eoliagaa.
SERVOUS DEUILITT Kibaostiva drains, eWplossnesa. Uroaten- i U
tastty, weaa ayasory. aala; sannows. or serf othat aawtnloa doe la aatvBMS ai.ie's
CATAKKH Hyspopaia. Astbaa. Rhentnatlsat, Borolnla. SrphlUa, i: . ,
Kidney. Urer aad Waia li is s saw to sjaaatly aad iiratiiaii UT cared y ear tsw.M r,
teta nf aieHlcioa.
VAKlCOCtl-K Is the most active oansw of nervous debUltr. Wbt tn it
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