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THE ARCHJB TUESUAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1860.
-"TThc largest" S stove olant in the worloS. f the most competent stoveV designers and makers the best jffi(fi?& ( stove materials obtainable this Ffclk Xj tels why Jewe Stoves and Ranges iJjCf. have the lead wherever! 1 V iljrtri comfort, economy, con-1 I rJ !l A I J -L 1 venence and cleanli- I 5ryy5 ness are consiered Vv U vUAVvSM paramount im- if LiVTM55 i Prtance. Look JJ 3 .JTtJi-rvziAfc I for the trade mark vCTaV stow Here Si ' ' m with, tARGESTSTWE PIMMTHEWMBl WtJ Jewel btovea Allen, Mvers Cupid In ,Quf.r.t of the Sum mer Crl when inquiring where ho oouM pet an elegant stilt mm!u for Lim, mrh a is worn j the n riuMto swell at Newport or Bar Harbor, was directed by one of them to IIOl'i'K'.-J, where na ono erer failed to get the moBt per foot fit, litest stylo, tht.loe, eea nonali!u ood, an-l a distingue appearance at a reasonable price. H 0 PPE Tito Tailor. I ruF '!. a iJl Jf IkiUTtA Reidy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Li :, KoVU. '. J'llK :.0!I A I.". TV'" 1M1 ?. PTJMTY AND E2CELLEUCE U TU MOTTO AT .... jr jit"- r JMt N B. Winter s Tholocala Llqncr H:usc tmtwrtcT uiH wfil' dnm. No ICtC-KlS Third A f - 7ie PLACE To ba Hardware, Mlxnd HouM and Floor Taints, Bnb-U-r How, Lawn Mowm cr acjthlijt in tb Hardware line in gruoral ii cf FRANK ILL HID Th:r2 Atv'O i . AOINT FOS FAGLE BICXCLK.S Nut imC 7 CMAPC.T I frtJ i-r thc I w T mm airJisi -.IVinv'J mmmm are eold by & Company Th3 Woman of It. Slio ha'l rea'l tho cign, "Do notspr.ik to tl)0 iiio;or:iiiin," aiifl kIio said, "I wonder v. hy not ':" T;(l n in wins.mo Toico Khe iiiijuin 1 if that functionary, "Why mustn't onu talk to thn motor muni" Iii! told li. r it was aj:;iin.st tho rnli.s. "U;it wliv is it nsainst tlio rules?" "Uif.unsc it ix" "Then yon don't V:c to l.e talked t.?" "OU. j jh. Iiut Thunder, 1 rami? within an acoof runiiiii ; iliiv. n t Mitt i!d ;;':tl!-' '"r.-atl tilioul.l think it woniil bo nieo td have Romebiidy to KH-ak to instead f talking to iiolMHly all Jay lim." "liady, yqu aro ' !1 ulL:!i, ir (iiere'H go- tn; to lie , Kin.ivh uii on thid line, and a Lij? eiiie, lie.-?" 'The hateful thin! AikI 1 did ( want to be nieiableliUe. Ha'a warriid, I'll ! t. He's jnst like Henry when tin's pot tiio paper under liis iun. " i is ton Transeript. Thu ;rantins of 1'ateoU. la tho case of a person who believes hiaiseif to bo tho original inventor of r.n nvlieli! or deviee tn which ho desires a patent tho right will not bo refused, even if the 8ai;;e artiele or device has been known or patented in soint; foreign country that is, provided the invention had not been dtsetihed ia any printed publication. "It all happi tad from a liitlp joke I fried to jset oft','' the biui-Hd, iatierid and tattered hole explained to the citi zens who picked him t:p. ".list li r fun, yon know, 1 peir.i;-ed to the f.::'.: that wc orgiosiw a J ai!y fir tLu i'd.' calin of the t"ve o iiiiip' i-f .-o:;Tx Inivir dremp they'd tako it wrioas." In dianapolis Jc.r.::aL THE MARKETS. 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Jl fii.r.J j nol .0 rc..: tio.. i.G :. fair tl u-ooL SU.liil3.KI uniiii.in to nmliain. .!.. JI.4T Vl " buictisri mt. tt'.ai-.k'8ju tn.-Vort. S:l.lil4:t.TO fiwivri. !-. -xi. t3.ii'3.)W twifent. $l."ai.TJ ..ull.ox..n ana ntai;. J l l.H) Tvxas Uwrs. U' .t l.SJ ..,t.;ru ru-.irs. aa 1 S I (;ji.7 vai I i-aiyim. lj.T anj 1ar.itMEtiinjt.il iw-ipts f or ths it. Uor; mm rau.-I at iS.OJ.tf ml atro !:..s.. Wui, jy.ijj.uj uaiiTi, aaJ a...i.iij atiuti.4. Th Local Hu-kaca. iMto :iiue. IViaior n- f. -aw". Boitrr-Fair 10 eho ce, 13c; fr, crea-trj. FlM Vitb. I'll " .rlnl(f.B-il.iOa doxen. oal 80ft, 10c. i;.lf. - '' ic brcp V. V Lira H It fcVM a brad. trhMi Baby w rick, ire jpirf. trr Catorta. Warn lie u a ChiU, she crfc-d for Caeoria. Wbru xhr brpanx. Mbn, abe clucg to Carters. Whm to had llilkirati, abe (arc Uiem Caatorta, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. LEADVILLE'S RIOT Results in the Death of Five Men Go Far as Known. HALF A D3ZES 0THEL3 fTOUHDED, I nil as lNvs bjitjr of More Icatl eine KunuJ aa h l'.rult of the Allac U UN the Klu nilt, Wti-. rt.- It Is ttie r.!ul V. u K r' wltli tireat Maughter l'rp ei ty Lotut L-it TI1.111 9:li,00J Totvh Now I-ull of Troous, tint .llure Truuble May fr'ull.iur I.lt of tii C'oruiiHtl. a4U:iltiea ..utcthuc .tbi.ut the strike. Lead villi?, O.i'.j., i-'ei.t. 'J.Z. Kive dtad boJicd lymi; ul iLc luoigu,-. and halt a Jji ii uoup.ded. u.th dr.ma to (Topeity to Hie b!i;uui.l of tj.UOU, aiu the vlsiUt: etii.tt of Sunday night's lcssotds. it is bclicied tl-.t v, l.c.i ull u ki.uvu tlie lit of dead and i.i Juied wil tuiisiUcitiy ticccd tntsu llSJIts. 1C e: j I li.ii b id quiet now, thu -t.;..p btlna j)raeti.ally under niiliiary lule. The lii tli naiae v. as added to the ietttli l.'H ut 0 o iliicU last cVcaiug by tlie discovery of the body of Michael t-iauuhei ty en tile trrouad oear tae E.ii i.iett mine, where he fell in thc attack of the rioters upon the Einmctt while Hashed with their victorey at the Cor onudo. There were many j-eople. in up 1'lt windows and cn house roofs pro vided uiiii nii,ht sia:;ses, who in the brilliant moonlight saw the attack cn the Enimctt and the repulse of the i iuteis. 3ItitiT(l Down Like Uraia. These w al hers say the first volley from the mine was delivered at cloac range, and that the attacking party fell like grain before the sickle. How many met the fateof PauKheiety it may reii.atn fcr a search of a long aban doned shaft in that vicinity to tell. It now Hecnis tr.at the rioters dratst-d av ay !;eir dead and wounded. The story of the defense of the Ktumett mine is a thrilling one. iCasily ac ei::'ll.e and surrounded only by a light oouid lence, it seems wonderful that it .as no I tiuitkly overwhelmed, its 11. til ilain and the buildings demol ished. tul I lie nftet'll btlt kshot found ill li.mylii 1 ty 3 liody and the story of the I. ail ill etttct of the first vol ley from the mine tells how quickly the rioters lost stomach for the bloody tiUfeiiiess. Had this mine been blown up the great pumps which drain many other mines would have been destroyed, and the ensuing damage frightful to contemplate. t'ili.eu ltuld a Secret Mettilig. Yesterday morning's riot, and partic ularly the attack upon the tire depart ment, has destroyed much of public sympathy for the strikers, and this fact was evinced at a largely attended meet ins of representative citizens yesterday afternoon. Their proceedings were se cret, but it is undertood that stringent measures were decided upon. Two com panies of state militia from Pueblo and Oi-lpple Creek arrived at 4:50 yesterday aflexi.eon. and are now on duty. Gen eral UrookE, ith several other com panies, arrived during the night. The damage at the Coronado by the burn ing cf the oil tanks, boiler houses and machinery id now estimated at $-j.')(iO, on which is $12.riC0 insurance. The house3 burned were valued at 52,000, with no Insurance. 1'iiew.y 1-Veliiig In ttit Camp. Despite the presence of troops and the unusual luictness of th streets there is a very uneasy feeling pre valent, it being asserted that there are U0 Vin hesler lilies in the hands of the striker?, whose repeated threats ugaiur.t the military are recalled v. ilh nh'.r::i. It Is the general belief, how ever, that there will lw no further trouble unless the managers begin Im porting miners. IIACIUtO.VK OK TIIK STKIKK ItltOKI N. Men Who ltl the Damage Cauie from the Cteur d'Alene. Those who made the attack are said to be miners from the Coeur d'AIene country, who were engaged in the riots there several years ago. It looks as if the backbone of the strike was broken and the outbreak of violence yesterday tnorninir was the tinal demonstration of the lawless element. But murder und incendiarism have marked the fourth month of the miners' strike. Fireman O'Kerfe was shot through the side while turning on the water that was lu quench the (lames the rioting strikers had lighted. Police were defied and armed citizens held In check. The shaft-house and machin ery of the Coronado were burned. Four residences clo.-ely adjoining the min ing property wert up in flj.ines and four families are homeless. Follow ins Is a list of the dead and injureJ: Dead Hert Meier, James lienson. I!oth were miners employed at the Coronado and were killed by the explosion. They were indentified only by means of papers found on the bodies. Mortally wounded William O'Keefe, foreman of Hose c-om;.any 2, shot through the stomach: J. Higgins, min er, employed at the Coronado, shot eight times in arms and stomach; John Maheney. miner, shot through stomach. Injured- Frank Telle. Martin Scott, lioth were Co ro 11 ;.! miners. Their wounds are net lielievtd to be fatal. The Incendiary mob had put dyna mite und-r some oil tanks and explod ed it. thus causing the destruction of the mine property. There were but fifty of them, but they delh-d the whole power of the city until the citizens ar rived by hundreds armed with rifies and ready to fight. Hut ly this time work of the incendiaries was done. The Coronado iieople heard of the coming of the trouble Sunday night, but the supposition was that the attack was to be made at Kmmetu These men from Coeur d'AIene have lieen the head und front of all seri ous trouble during the strike, and indi cations have long pointed to riot and bloodshed. The men at work in the mines were never Fafe from arsault and a numlier had been most brutally beat en by small mobs of the strikers. This final piece of dia'xilism is believed to be the last desperate act of the radical element to force tne stoppage of all mines that are not paying the in creased scale of wages dii.-r.ar.Ued by the union. Mny of the rtrikers have asrerted all along that they would "clean out the state" and even ccvern roent troops, if brought here, rather than see outside labor come to the i ' - - camp. The mine managers, who at El-at refused to recognize the union, finally offered a compromise, but this was rejected and all efforts by citizens i otirers to terminate the strike sinoe then have fail-d. The strike began Juni 23 and there fore entered upon its fourth month yesterday. It had paralyzed business, caused hunger und suffering; ia hun drends of families ana has cut down the mineral output of the camp more than one-half. Thc quiet stiikers are Cow declaring th"y v. i!l go to work. The eatr.-e of they s'rike. nri-fly told Is that the men wanted $3 per day fer all la'oor in the ir.ioea and out side, after making an agreement when stiver went down to 60 cents that men working outside should get only 2.."0. until silver went up to .J cent;?. Think ing that the owners were mailing too much money they decided to lepudi ate the agreement and go on a strike. CATTLESHIP PRESENTATION. Gen. Harriaon Kakte a Laugh by a Rcfer euce to tree Stiver. New York. Sept. 22. Governor Mat thews, and hi3 party, of Indiana, went on b,oard the baltloahip- Indiana yes- 4erday to present to that shiy the beautiful silver service puchased by the state of Indiana for her name sake on the "Ocean blue." The dele gation went to the anchorage cn the dis patch boat Dolphin. As they ap proached a salute of twenty-one guns ISOIANa, In honor of ex-President Harrison was tired and flags were displayed by flag ship New York, to which the Dolphin responded with thirteen guns in honor of Admiral llunce. Tho visitors were welcomed on board the Indiana by Captain UoMey D. Evans, Admiral Bunce and others, and Governor Mat thews in a graceful speech made th presentation. Assistant Secretary of the Navy MeAdoo responded, and tlier; were crie9 for General Harrison, who reluctantly stepped forward. The general sfioke ftrr.t of the power of the ship, which he said was the greatest ship in the world, and re ferred to the use of war vessels In case American citizens or Interests were in danger. Referring to the IM ney doctrine he said: "We have a watermelon here ai:d if it is to be sliced we are not goinsr to let any beidy on the outside cut it up. Our people are holding congresses of arbi tration which are all very well in their way, but you will agree with me when I say that demands for indemnity are never made from a country which has battleships like this. These ships, how they do reinforce a diplomatic note." Then turning to Captain Evans, Gen eral Harrison, pointing with his loft hand towards the silver service said: "With Governor Matthews, of Indiana, In favor of the white metal, and our distinguished editor, Mr. Williams, in favor of the gold standard. I am glad to say that here is a mixture gald to say that here Is a mixture which will never reach the mint. This, Captain Kvans. is free, and in all that this means Indiana is surely a free silver state." A hearty peal of laughter and hand clapping followed the last remarks of the ex-president. and when he was about to finish he called on all those present to give three cheers for the good ship Indiana, her otlicers. men and the Hag she carried above. The cheers were given with a will. Then Captain Kvans shouted: "My lads give three cheers for those good friends of ours who have given us this silver." This was responded to with cheers that fairly startled the guests. Dinner was then served. BRYAN'S TRIP THROUGH DELAWARE. Speaks to Large Amlienres at Dover and Wilmington. Wilmington, Del., Sept. 22. Last night an audience that filled the Audi torium here to its very utmost capac ity, sitting and standing, became wildly demonstrative over a speech by William J Bryan. Bryan was presented by L. Irving Handy, Democratic candidate for congress. In introducing the Ne braska orator Handy referred to Major McKinley, and there was an outburst of cheering interrupted with groans and hissses. More groans and hisses, but no cheers, followed his reference to the third ticket "the decoy ticket" he called It.. Previous to speaking here he spoke to a large crowd at Dover. Elsewhere along the route the crowds M ere small and there was little speech making. Bryan's reception here was flatter ing in Its enthusiasm. When he finished his speec h he w?nt on a platform on an open lot near the Auditorium and ad dressed a large crowd composed of those unable to gain admission to the principal speech. Bryan left here at 10:05 this morning for Philadelphia. He Will make a speech at Chester en route. frDonnell Finds Mat in rlaay. New York. Sept. 22. Steve O'Donnell defeated Frank Slavin in the fifth round at the Empire Athletic club in Maspeth. L. I, last night. They met for a twenty-round bout. Slavin was a 2 to 1 favorite at first, but on a rumor that he had injured himself while punching the bag these odda dropped and there was fair betting at 7 to S in his favor. O'Donnell had the best of the fight In every round, Slavin being awkward and wild. Bewail Couldn't Stand Thai Bath, Me.. Sept. 2.-Mr. Arthur Few all, Democratic candidate for vice pres ident, states that he has withdrawn from membership and the presidency of the American Merchant Marine as sociation because it has gone into pol itics and issued a circular calling on voters to support McKinley, with his name at the head. Another Man in the Toils. New Orleans, Sept. 22. Jos N. Wolf son, a prominent lawyer, was arrested last night for aiding in fleecing the Union National bank out of 36.000. He had just returned from New York. f kara-rd with I orrery. Fairfcurj-.. Ills.. Si pt 22. George Neff is cow lyins in the county jail, charged with forging the names of several wealthy people of Carthage. IIU x to ckecka, which he cashed, ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. The Edgar Thomson works of tha Carnegie fieel company have resumed operations, "giving employment to 3.0W) 0. en w ho had been idle for two weeks. E. Warrt.n, a Chicago bicylist, had his lantern stolen from his wheel. He Have chase and caught a boy wiih the lantern in his possession. A crowd soon gathered, however, which sym pathized with the youth and forced his release. J.tics Lou Fisher, aged 17. of Walpclc. N. H., died in the New York hospital from a misplaced heart. Th organ was located under the right lung and liaal ly resulted in death. Charles Carroll, aged 17. living near lireedsvillo, Mich., is dying from cigar ette smoking. His skin has tuned fieen and he aetj like one aiflcted with 1. yurophobia. Alexander Fernandez, of 6yl West Harrison street, Chicago. wa3 held up and robbed in his own home by armed men who confronted htm on his return from uptown. He ion $luo worth of good Hollin White, was caught in a sors huin toiler at enoua. Ills., and had his right ar.n torn oil'. A larse mastiff ov. ntd by C L. Nuss baumer. turned in an ahtrin of fire ly his barking and four colored people in the burning building at Chicago were barely rescued. John O'Brien, a desperate thief, was shot and killed at New York by Ofii ccr Cany while attempting to escape arrest. Jai.ies McMillan, of Bedford, O.. who was separated from his wife, decoyed her to a clump of brush and cut her throat with a knife. She may die. Mc Millan escaped. Benjamin Moore, aged 13. was killed, and Maxon Stoddard received a broken leg by a cave-in of earth in a dug-out at Omaha. Oliver Winthrop has been sentenced at San Francisco to life Imprisonment for robbery in connection with the ab duction of James t 'ampin II. a Ha waiian millionaire, w hom he kept pris oner three days for J2!),ihhj ransom. While ciuarreliug in a hallway at Chicago William Mauley wa:i stabbed by James Shannon. J. ;. Bragg, a wealthy business man who was Jailed at Harbor Springs. Mb h., for assault, broke out and drowned himself in three feet, of water. itev.Mad ltvarav H. Nikamlie. Budd hist minister of Bombay. India, is in Chicago aeeompanied by his wif . !4e is here in the interest of philanthropic and educational work. Mrs. Henry Vail, of Chicago, and Miss Florence Young, whom she was visiting at Elyria, O.. were badly In jured by being struck by a street car while riding in a carriage. Judge William P. Wolf, of the Eigh teenth Iowa judicial district, died last Saturday evening after a long illness. He was among the most widely known members of the state bench and bar. Highland Kaida, In one of tho raids of the McGregor the farm of Burufoot, at the hack of tho Uargnnnock hill., nbovo Fiutry, was attacked by abont 80 of tho clan, nud tho caltlo "hited. " Tho farmer waa well advanced in years, nud he ami his wif a were the only inmate of tho bouo Whin tho McGregors appeared. The sons, who wtro fivo ill uumlier, wi re away helping somo friends who h:ul boon nttaekt d ami raided by another pcrtiou tif tho clan. 1 ho old farmer, who was a powerful laan, in tinier to prevent his raising tho alarm, was tier! below the Lelly of an old laare with, his head toward tho tail, and, nearly 1 hok im, was thus catri.-d off with the kjkiiI. When the e'-st eon catno home, lm leuim-d from nis mother what they had done, and he called to her to p.ive him his father's rluyniorc, which I. nog alve his bed, and which tho robbers had neglected to take away. Fnriona aud re; k less, he aeized it, re solving to have revonitv, and made after the McOnKora at full RjH-ed. He catno upon them at a steep place railed Skian Dhu, whero they were obliped to Ro in single file, and overtaking tho hindmost man, who had chargo of tho marc, ha with ono Mow cut off his head, which rolled down thc hill for a oonriderable di.-t.vec. Tho rest, fancying that they were Ik ing pnrcned ly a Kniiericir foreo, fled, and the old man was baveiL Afte r burying the body of tho highlamler, which they did a little higher op, on a fiat part of tho hill, tho Rons of thc farmer of Burnfoot threw a number of stones over the grave, us was tho cus tom, aud every tiruo tiicy or others pass ed another stono was added to the cairn, until it is Ix iicved that now there are at least from 15 to 20 cartloads of stones heaped np oil it. J. G. Smith. A Leaaoa In Finance. Light of tho Household Papa, what is them red, white und hluo things mamma found iu your uckeUaud calls chips? Blushing Papa Fiat tuouoy, my sou, Vcicciuable at the bank in gold, silver or paper. Tho cystcm dates Lack to faro. You know his daughter found Mum s iu the bulrushes. Now run out and ridu your bicycle. Detroit Free Presa. These Ie gen rate bars. "I dou't think the kids enjoy a cir cus these days as much as they did when you and I were boys," said tho man with the bald spot "I know mine doesn't enjoy it as much as I did," said the man with the briudle whiskers. "1 was taught iu my early days that it wus unfuL "Cin cinnati Enquirer. Llxnrda Like Hoaic. Lizards, it is well known, are attract ed by the notes of music, aud the ne groes in lb island of Madeira, when catching them for food, accompany tiro chase by whistling some tunc, which invariably has the effect of diawilig great numbers toward tiiem. " What helped you over great obstacle cf life?" they aski d a sneotsefel uiau, "The other obstacles," ho tuuwerwL . S. O'Connor. The first purchase 4 copper to be oaod in the United States coinage was ia It 92, bept, 11. Bx puuada. What is Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher' prescription for Infant 4 aud t'hililren. It contain neither Opium. .Morphine nor other Nan-ode Kiihstaiice. It i a liarmlc suhstiimn for Paregoric, Drops. Sooth in? Syrup and Castor OiL It i Pleasant, It guarantee i thirty cars' iiso by Million of .Mot hers. Casloria destroy Worms anil allays l-Yvcrislmess. Cast or ia prevent toniiliu;; Sour Curd, cure liarrlio:t and Wind Colic. Castorla relieve Teething troubles, inns Constipation nud l'latiileiM-. Castoi-ia assimilate the Food, regulate the Stomach and Dowels, (riving healthy and natural sh-p. Castorla is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castorla i an excellent medicine for children. Mother have repeatedly told me of iu good effect upon their children." Dr. G. C. OftoooD. Lowell, Maac The u? of Castoria is no universal and its merits so well known that it accm a work of supercrofration to endorse it. Few are thc intelligent fimilic who do not keep Caatoria within easy reach." Carlos Maktvx. D D., New York City. ' I presenile Castoria every day for children who are fiitTering from conMipalion. with better effect than I receive from any other combination of drug." lr. L. O. Moki.au, South Amboy, K. J. Children Cry for Health Is the Sunshine of Horn.. I lave you got It? If not. consult Drs. Walsh & Walsli, Specialists Of the Chicago Medical InUtato Permanently 1 coated tn Dsv.aport, lTa sassnwlsl 1K. T. M. WALSH, taraktri ocn'-eai rioisssw la TTfrf filragp's I rtlat asad'xa: eo;ig. CONSULTATION FIKE. KEBVOUS lF.HILiTY Eihanptlve dralcs. .locplcMiiesa. threatened a ''r,'e7erernnrT' "' conditio, aa. to catMi ashasatlon, CATAKIUI DyspoTwia, Asthma, Rheumatism. Scrofula. Syphilis, Wood. oVmdDT1 " " -wu.Ur ear VARICOCELE Is tbe most active ran so cf nfrvnas debility. Why treat saontn; with others wnna w ruTsctee yoa a permanaat cure la asvaa oara bt mai aalnlese n-Jmat Hrdr.MS. lr cared ia tsroa a no pala. WOM K.N bu fieri np; from disoaaea peculiar to their ex ahoald con. en it as. nlLlVlf'ST l"' mfi -weles. sad w may I sale ears yea, a -.fr-oal trro t i-ii.i-vi.. . . , " AountBinei ana erair. esrrwT opena is. OUB CHLDKN11ALS and Testimonials are the Beet The ni merous M I .Tfrr" " " Mm the tMiwapapms for tr rensrksh'.s cr. both TtFU'r?vr'jt !"" ti.onr adancd asalbod curs w '"r. s" 7r, T , . un " ,cr ! tt.i roil can be cored. Have y i p"t h"'' "ot- espenmcmt aatr longer, bat et,a a. ml t. Fnr-bmJrTwe f "f 'Hf,r 10 "r"i pror.ne oar ctodeattalslslM. We msko U aa Ljeet far m toteVas-tawteea.-, Wo olfcer apstj otTer yea oat. a fair proyosiJon. r u rs- -ONLY CUSABLE UJufT?,n0,ta'Writa' ,,BO,rwuw"bT"- Bcraiat to V,t to t, t . Nt,Jt OFFICK 124 W. Third St.. McCaUoagh. PnildJup;. Davenport, Icwa. FOR THE FALL SEASON Wall Ucw Picturo Ilouldinots Just in. Adams Wall Paper Co lo. i and u TMHiHetK SKIVERS fc A4DEHSON TOlmCSSTORS Ai.D BUILDERS an t'tk 0 tti(saa, vtirtaXse m&0 and ItiHntt TS1 lH, trw r.niif 1 L. 'i l.f f I'ij . u.tVi w I r.it rvt.. pmrur.tL aoWAW BS--. i J om.u i. -r-a- a.. CrrrjJLTlTJiZ'u. fat sals la Boca Used, IU. by Hans Hlaaa CreaMa, Castoria. Castorla i. co well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any pre- script ion known to me." It. A. Aacuca, M.D., Brooklyn, X. V. ! I or several years I hive recommended ' Castoria. and h-'l always continue to do so as it has invariably ptodnccd brncfaciil i mulls." F.uwi f. rAKi.e.r. M. D.. New York City. ; " We have tliree children and they ' Cry for Pitcher's Cartona." When wc give one a ime, the other cry for one loo. I shall always take pleasure in recommending this las t hikl's laedicinc." fcev. W. A. Cot i.a, Newport , liy. Pitcher's Castoria. OIL J. K. 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