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for Infants and Children,
MOTHERS, Do You Know tint Fategosic,
I V I Batman's Drop, Godfrey's Cordial, many ao-called Gootnlng STTOpe, sad
tniet m"",i fn fhiMrga are enmpaanfj of qitmii ir tnnenhine? '
Pa Tw scrioyw that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons t
Jo Ton Know that in most countries druggists are not permitted to sen
narcotics without labelling them poisons ?
Po Ton Know that yon should not permit any medicine to be giren your
child unless yon or your physician know of what it is composed I
Bo Von Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable pi elation, 'and that a list .
of its ingredients is published srith every bottle I
1X Von Know that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. tumi
rrrcHEX. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is
now sold than of all other remedies for children combined ?
Wo Von Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of
other countries, have issued esclusire right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
"CMtorU" and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense ?
Do You Know that one of the reasons for granting this i uaieAjeeiffn
was because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely; TtarTnlraaT
lo Hon Know that 33 average doses of Castoria are furnished for 33
S2entst or one cent a dose 1
T10 Yon Know that when possessed of this pel feet preparation, your children
will be kept well, and that you will have unbroken rest?
Well, these thing) are worth knowing. Tacy are facta,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
TMK CWTUW COWrwWT. TT MUWIMT CTIICrr. WrWTOftK CTTT.
Health !s the Sunshioe of
it? If not.
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chloago Medio! Institute Permanently located la Davenport, lows
DE T. M. WALSH,
Fj:q'1j Clinical rrorassoi la two of Calugal
laad'kR icwUcal outages.
NKBVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive
positT WrearLnrT mt1 lMlOM
CATAKRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bhenmatism, Serofnla, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney, Urer ami Ski dlreaae oaa bs quickly and perrasaaaUy eared by ou adraaase rye-
Ura of medicine.
VARICOCELE Is the most aotlye cause of nervous debility. Wly treat
ator.tht with others whan w gasrsnfa yoa a nsramaaat ears ht swam data a J nstiliat
method? Hydrocele cured in three days-no nsinT - 1
WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult
Wo have cored many caws Rlvi.n up as hopclrs. sn1 w may be abls to cure you. Surgical
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OUR CREDENTIALS and Testimonials
snowMgenisnts w ban tweived mm tbs newspapers for ni re-uarkabls cmraa ta botk
atedloal aid sukIosJ canes la proof conchwrn) that onr advaoocd methods ea-a when ail
othsrs fail. Therefore, do not wssta time with others, but siisnU us at Ones and legsir
EwJkirtriealA. There ia a stage m every disease thai ywa sea be cared. Ban yea pastas
st stage!. If rot, do not experiment say longer, but c msnlt as at once. rmrtfcseaoraTwt
oner n,m to anyone prrmnjr our croaemieis
.,.?.StKMva'wtnm- HsaarsasenMdtryaaaU. Boats te M, I Is a, at a, takdaye.
OFFICE 114 W. Third St., MoCullongh, Building. Davenport. Iowa.
FOR THE FALL SEASON
STonr Picture, Elouldlngs Just in.
Adams Wall Paper Co
3 10. 31a and 314 Twentieth streAt
Office an1 Zhrrn 711 Tamlfta Mrast
'aaiaU B saywaese. SkjSS,
for bale by A. J. Eeiss, druggist,
Home. Have you sot
Dg. J. K WALBB,
bwi(AMa, njitauty Baigsoa-ta-Ohiaf a
a, Aatacays Hospital.
drains, .leepleesne., threatened in-
acy other sflaailte So to aro exkaasaoa.
auuommai ana oram surgery a specialty.
are the Best The numerous aa
raise, we make n aa OMeet for Toe to Inaaav
ri..-luM. T-rVs airtial - T 1 ill aad
tfpmnatngimHhmwmZ aTyaaraattaa sealaes
Boek Isiaad, 111.
IT'S MIGHTY CLOSE!
Vote on Presidential Electors in
FOS XtmLIY BY LESS THAU 500.
s the Republican State Chairmaa Cost.
Bdeatly Telegraphs the Major and Baana
Caatoa Has a Closiag Jollificatioa 8aa
way Vlsltwrs at Caatoa Newspaper Xes
Hnaasomely Remembered by the Ohta
Kaailaaatioa of the Besalt last Taesday.
LouISTllle. NOT. The follow-In
statement was given out last nlsrht
from the Republican headquarters:
Practically complete official returns
ive McKinley 444 plurality in Ken
tucky, unofficial advices Indicating
that the four misslna- counties will In-
crease rather than decrease these fig
ures. The Republicans elect four mem
bers of congress and a ludare of the
highest court of the state for an eight-
year term, and by the fllline of va
cancies have secured a majority of two
1 tne general assembly on Joint ballot,
hich insures a Republican unwnnr
to Senator Blackburn. The total vote
In the state will approximate 435.BM,
an increase of 70.000 over last year's
vote and 2"i.000 mora than th hitiMt
estimates before the election. The Re
publican vote Increased about 40.00
over Governor I'.rad ley's vote a year
ago. which was 17.000 higher than ever
ueiore cast in a presidential election,
and the Democratic vote was 29.000
higher. These figures will give some
Idea of the Intensity of the political
struggle through which Kentuckv has
Bends the Major aad Hasina the Km
This Is Biened hv Samiwl J DnWla
chairman of the Republican state com
mittee, wno also sent a telegram to
Phairman Manna ivHitnlnlnv tti nltK
of the foregoing and another to Presl-
ieni-jL.iecr. aicb.iniey, wmcn ts as fol
'Kentuclcv. for th flrt dm In If -
history, has been carried by the Re
publicans in a presidential year. Aft
er four days of anxious watching and
waiting the official returns today show
that you have carried the state by
about SOOplurality. Four years ago Ken
tucky gave Cleveland 40.000 plurality
and cast 23.S00 Populist votes. The
fusion of Populists and Democrats this
year was complete, and our victory
moans a reversal of 64.000 votas baaed on
thenguresof 1892. On behalfof Kentucky
Republicans and thousands of patriot
ic i)emorrBtfl vhn inintA In
mon cause permit me to congratulate
you on your great victory and the
lireakine Of A timo.hnnnm1 nwwifj In
Kentllnkir A fJ-,rmrtw ,wnamaM . n
devoted admirer for twenty years It Is
scarcely necessary to add my personal
Rrpnbllran senator from Kentucky.
Frankfort. Kv.. Nov. a. Thir la nn
longer any talk of the Republicans
Uniting Witht the sroid Democrata nn
Carlisle. Breckinridge or any other
Democrat to succeed Senator mark
burn. All neeotiMtlnna snH tnllr tn Ihl,
effect were based on the probabilities
or anotner dead-lock. Now that the
KepuMicnns are confiient of a major
Ity on Joint ballot they state that 1
ReTlubllf-an will luk aAnotA.
Governor Bradley, Congressman Hun
ter, rr jonn Moyle and others are
mentioned for the place.
I. A ST OF THE CANTO! JCBILEE9.
Town Lnrld with the Pymteebales mt Jot.
liHratkm Onen More-
Canton, O.. Nov. 9. The opening of
morning services In the First M. E.
church yesterday found Major McKin
ley in his accustomed pew- With him
were National Committeeman Charles
W. Dawes, of Chicago; Hon. and Mrs.
Joseph V. Smith, of Urhana, O.; Gen
eral manager Melville E. Stone, of the
Associated Press. Dawes and Stone
were both guests of McKinley. Rev.
Dr. Manchester. Major MrKinley's
pastor, in his prayer Invoked divine
blessings on the president of the Unit'
ed States and those elevated to ex
alted positions, and referring to the
president-elect in the congregation In
voked the blessings of a kind providence
upon him and upon those about to
be called to council with htm. Among
the callers at the McKinley house were
Representative Wilson, of Brooklyn
Ferdinand W. Peck, of Chicago: Major
w. r. uoodepeed. or Columbus, and
Alexander Revells. or Chicago. Con
gratulatory telegrams and letters con
tinue to pour In.
Chief Marshal Harry Frease started
the great final campaign parade Satur
day night before 8 o'clock and Canton
had a pyrotechnical blase of glory such
as she has never enjoyed before. The
Republican committees, the Republican
and Democratic "sound money" com'
mi t tees, the citizens' and reception and
escort committees, and the citisens of
Canton and Stark county combined
with people from eastern Ohio and
western Pennsylvania and made one
last great parade demonstration. Pub
lic and business buildings an1 homes
were festooned, and bright with many
colored lights. The McKinley triumphal
arch was radiant with national colors
enhanced by electrical effects. At many
points along the line of mrach through
the principal streets were stationed
stands of fireworks, and as the parade
moved along thousands of torches and
flambeaux made the scene resplendent.
During the morning and afternoon
the president-elect received several
delegations of well-wishers, consisting
of farmers, dwellers In cities and all
sorts of people. Including a number of
young women from nearby towns.
CHAIRMAX HITLER'S MAKIKKsTO.
Lays Rare JWJ Pint ml the Nnary Power
Spaaled ay the I'MpaUta.
Washington. Now . The address is
sued to "the People of the United
8tates" by Chairman Butler, of the
Populist national committee at Its
outset has the following:
""The money power, feeling reason
ably sure of its control and domination
ol the leaders, an dthe controlling In
fluences in the Republican party, in
152 gave its support to the candidacy
of G rover Cleveland for the especial
purpose of having him througk the use
of patronage and otherwise crush out
the silver sentiment in the south and
make the leader In that party as com
p!ete!y subservient a those is the Pe-
r-ioea rarty. to accomplish that
rurrose. four-of ti caUnst minis
ters were selected from Use scuta and
an unusually large tsiouct ct patron-
age used oa pclltlcal leader to the
same end. It will be remembered that
Mr. Cleveland demanded that the
Democratic senators and congressmen
give a decisive vcte In the Interests of
the gold standard before he would even
give out the postoflices.
"This deep-iald plan might have suc
ceeded had net the People'a party at
this Juncture sprung into existence.
exposed the riot, stood in the breach
and appesled to the patriotic boats of
rath parties to chfck the scheme of
the people's doert'era. and rally to the
common defense." He then gives his ex
planation of the defeat of Bryan which
Is that the people were unwilling to
trust any party bearing the name
Democratic." He expects McKinley
to fail to keep the promise made In his
name of prosperity and predicts that
by 19(0 this failure "will cause the pa
tratic rank an dtilf of the Republican
rarty to condemn and repudiate Me.
Kinleylsm rs the patriotic rank and
file of the Democratic party has con
demned and repudiated Clevelandism."
BAXXA. PIN FA THE EtVWEX.
fibres Tbesn a Slap-t'p Raaqaet aad Swasw.
alra of (iobl aad Mirerr.
New York. Nov. . Mark A. llsnna
gave a dinner Saturday night to the
newspaper men who hsd regularly
cov-red" national headquarters either
In New York or Chicago during the
campaign. The dinner wan served In
the lwniuct hall at the Waldorf, and
It was an elaborate affair. The dec
orations were somewhat emblematic
of the issues of the campaign, a little
gold and stiver ship letng provided
for each diner an a souvenir. There
was also presented to each of the guests
a gold medal the rise of a twenty dol
lar gold piece with the name of the
recipient and the fact that It was pre
sented ly the national committee in
scrilwd on It and also the words: "Mc
Kinley and TIolart; Sound Money and
Colonel Perry IWth. who had charge
of the press bureau at Chicago, acted
as toastmnster and sat at one end of
the Ions table. At the osber end wan
Jules :uthrllc. the head of the bunnu
In New York. Manna was at the middle
of the table and fiosite to him was
Cornelius N. Rllfs. Anlde from those
four men all of the diners were re
porters. BOTH STILL 4'LAIM WYOMIXG.
Drsnorrata May They Have Bryan Rrtants
The Rrpnnllraa larpenilraiee,
Cheyenne. Wyo Nov. . Chairman
Blydenburgh. of the Democratic state
committee, yesterday received returns
from the Jackson Hole precincts, rt'in-
tah county, giving the Rf-publlcan state,
electoral and congressional tickets 27
and the IVmocratic ticket C4 votes.
Complete returns were also received
by the committee from Johnson coun
ty, showing an average Democratic ma
jority of 18. l;eturns were a'so re
ceived from one-third of the precincts
in Big Horn county, showing declilwl
maloritles for the eni!re lkmrrra t
ticket, fhalrtvan hlvi1ihliiirli unit- 1 '
certain that the entire ler,iocratlc elec- !
toral. congressloral and rtate ticket Is 1
eleclod by majorities ranging from 200
to 600. I
It is eelimaUd by tUe Repuliiu:n I
that returns from 1.200 votes are yet
,A k. i . . 1 . . ! . . A I
As this section is almost exclusively
devotod to sheep raising it Is claimed
by the Republicans that Its returns
will give the state to McKinley without
Will Help llryan la Hat t lgbL.
San Fraiicisco. Nov. a. Charles
Lane, part owner of the I'tica gold Ing to tlsa.tSS.264. There waa an In
mine, announces that he will give Will- j crease of over per cent. In the whole
lain J. Rryan financial support In his ' nun, Her ..r mnut nnin iii ...
sdymacyof bimetallism. TheCal.tornlan .
: ' Z. ."I., "r'n I" r
expenses are paid and that the living
expenses of himself and family are paid
aurtng the campaign of education."
which he proposes to conduct during
the next four years. I.ane Is a very
wealthy mine owner and is amply able
to take care sf Bryan and his familv. I
He has abiding faith In the Democratic
car.tlidate for president.
Ilaee for "f armer Maaa Alter!.
Lincoln. Neb., Nov. t The livestock
men of Omaha and Kansas City and
the west generally have Inaugurated
a campaign to secure for "Farmer Sam
uel Allerton." the position of secretary
of agriculture In McKinley' cabinet.
MORE POKT-M.M-TIx BREVITIES.
Naawaaaya Mckinley Will t'oavewe .
greae ta Eatra Kntlmi first Thing.
In nn Interview with a xw York
World reporter Chairman Hanna said
that Mc-Kinley's first effort as presi
dent would l to obtain sufficient rev
enue, and that to this end an extra
session of congress w ill lie tailed Im-
mediately after McKinley' Inaua-ura-
M. H. Hanson and Frank Mnclair.
tao farmers near Pom a. Neb.. U-t t10
on the result of the election In 1.
ilanai-n taking the silver en.i .. it
.No American elefti, ...i.
much Interest In Europe In years as
the lasu Grent Britain and tJermany
showing the most in..- .
With aU of South Dakota cnrrMet
except two ...untlt. ,d hre umT
ganged counties isrvln-.
i-l it niii ink. .,. '" " ' .:
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cWe, oterwl T'T !v' """
L t?.nl ,,.r,.J. .Tb'"'" "u,, f
a Republican fa.t.on.l riht.
rvorite son are now bring put regular rlern necesa-ly absent; leave
forward for the caMnet. Among them wl,t, fnll pay to clerks or carriers fts.
are: Major William Warner, of Miaou- abled while on duty: ubsiltute lo as
ri. for secretary of the Interior or post- aist regular carriers on holldsa and
master general: exHr.rtern.M- MeiTlain ' n,ner etnersncles. and to reoulre
and Senator Ttavls. of Minnesota, lor honas covering negligent or tjih..
secretsry "l Hie treasury and of slate. ,y nf m-y order clerk,
respectively: Ceneral Harrison, post- I Kor the fiatal year ending Jon M.
tlon not sjiggested: Cornelius M. Blisa. jijat. the report ask for appropriation
of New York for the treasury and f fl7.ao.mo for compensation of poet,
there are others. I master; $11.00.000 for clerk hire al-
Bran has addressed a brief letter of lows nee: Sl.oOO.eM to cover rent. fuH
thanks snd encouragement to eastern and light at first, second and third
silver men. I -.,-. 0(Tw: llS.0o for mis-e'.laneous
Warner, president t.f the
American KiiaeiallH- union, ha Isaed
an adn-sw to r liver nvri to gird upthetr
aotns lor imv.
Sfied mi larnaaTafli
Peoria. Ills.. Not. The America a
Giurwe corn nary hns not i Bed ita workmen
to report for duty Nov. w. at which time a
recent redocttcn ol ;o per cut. La srsavs
wtU he renel .
At Thty Art Vfewtd by First As
BESTTOTIOX DT TEE EXPE1D1TURT8
ft be X natter a PI nans aa ta
swrvww-CUians sf Carriers far OvertlaM
ttaeefcsl Btepwrs Cssnlag aa Ik Rarml
rrea Delivery fcaparlana nt-Waaf ta
rrtvato Iwtte-r Bats Swppr.aaad-Otsjee
at-tlass) as a LegWIatloa.
Washington, Nor. t. The annual re
port of Frank II? Jones, first assistant
postmaster general, gives a review of
a large part of the year's postal bus
iness of the government, and make
numerous recommendations for the
Improvement of the service. It show
that during the last three fiscal years
the aggregate savings In the divisions
of salaries and allowance of postmas
ters were fs.tse: In free delivery. i
214.4I&, and In postofflce supplies. Clt,.
UO; total. U.27g.i For that period
there was an segregate reduction of
VO.IZ In the number of pieces of mail
matter sent from postofflce to the
dead letter office.
Plant Craw la pmn)4i.
The total numlt-r of presidential of
fice July 1 last was J.tMU of whkh IS)
were first-class. The aggregate cms
receipts at the first, second and third
class office were WS.2S2.jsts and the to
tal Mlanlea t4.2nj.see. Sine Nov. 1
14. there have been J.45 position In
the postofflce added to the classified
service. This leave as the only por
tions at first-class poet office that are
now excepted from civil service exam
inations assistant postmasters and
principal cashiers: at second -class of-ffc-c.
assistant postmaster, under any
bgal designation. Attention I ralb-d
to the fact that notwithstanding the
Increase la gross) receipts the numeri
cal Increase In the force was leas than
M per cent, of previous years.
Ove-rUae rarrtrnr rialsaa,
Jones says the po"t' ffl department
should he at liberty to execute lease
f..r twt ,. re premise for a period In
excess of five years where. In the
opinion of the department. It Is neces
sary. Cancelling machines are highly
commended and there are loo of one
pattern adn 237 of another now In use
under contract. It ts expected that
the investigations of overtime carrier
claims will lie completed during the
current fiscal year and about f00.00
mitre will he necessary to pay all
Rarml Free IVIIrery kspetianewta.
The experiment of free delivery In
forty-five towns and villages cost the
department fs.247. leaving an unex
pended balance of S1.7&S. Investigation
showed that In a majority of the of-rk-e
the gran receipt had decreased
since the establishment of the service,
the department being compelled to
send money to some offices for the pay
ment of the letter carriers salaries.
Congress did not appropriate for fur-
trier rjermanentorexnerimnnftal aurvl
and the evnerlment mrmm MMMurilv
discontinued with the close of the fiscal
year. The rural free delivery expcrl-
mentwas In operation at points In thirty
stales by the first ut the month and
the result t.t this test w 111 be r-cvlvcj
,n a special report to congress In !-
AGGREGATE OF MOXKT ORDER.
Beaches Nearly isa.ooa.ooe Wants lri
vat Letter Hose Ataaliaheal.
The aggregate number of domestic
and International money orders Issued
during the year was 24.M7.S4t. amount-
the totJlI j.cn.w , revenue from bth
the domestic and International business
waa 174.147. The total amount of bills
of exchange resulting from exchange
of International money order sent to
foreign countries during the year was
sf.2tl.799. and the balance receiv.-d
from abroad for the same purpose
S70. In the dead letter offlte S.IiJ.KJJ
piece of original mail matter were re
ceived, about IK.W being Inclosed and
87 per cent, of the money restored.
Letters also came containing drafts.
checks, etc., of the apparent value of
S95S.0!w. about 92 per cent, of this be
Ing returned to owners.
The report close with a nummary
of the administration of Jones, show
irg a pruning of expense wherever
possible and Improved facilities, and
make numerous recommendations. The
first assistant In part says:
1 attention of congress ought la be rall-d
. to the private l-ttrr box abuse In large
titles. It la In tme rase Impossible
to locate prrsnns engaged In conduct'
Ing fradulent and unlaw lul c onesnoti-
' d-nce through the mail who, for
' comparatively small sum. ran rent a
! 'B some cigar or stationary store
through whkh to receive letter ad
dressed to them. Several bill have
been Introduced -within the past few
year designed to put an end to the
. practice of boycotting postmasters at
office of the f'turth tins, t beret. y de
prtvtng them of the compensation prop-
erlybelonglng to them.
I "This matter should be railed up and
m,vn M"n tMkm hmt "U
n rt masters receiving at least the
compen-lon whkh , properly bebaa to
their respet tlve office." other reoom
mendationa are: Ptoclng dealers in u-
I k ene matter upon the fraud list
P nlT fr unlawful use of the frank
"t conr-s: authority for
suspension of post office employes; for
I ...r,fitiitee with par In the Ma.e of
and Incidental Item. Including
furniture: T5.ooo for careeimg ma
chine: tis.vs for advertising: tlU.eso
fur poet office supplies, and ll.l3C.Vaj fur
free delivery. Including salaries of
I2.K regular carrier.
St. Petersburg. Nov e -The Hitinssj
car war st terse; t-' e Ua ai
j -wont das'royvd r y f.r.
1 i' i
v m,-tt InoT!,..-. na j
COG AND fv'AGOG.
VutrdlliM llsttag t IWtsa
I aaaotf 4ttH.
s'hnmrpliittiii'il Unn'i-t I h.Ii.V
fratliticn ea.rs that ibty n the lift f
lTlt .i;:,Ii vln t1ift1t Ixclu'ad
nil ll,T Wtre tiotrtti-d Irerfiet
the Tltjats w li vtit lo the lit it at ta
fslc slti r Ibe ij-altui-it.wi 1 1 TriT
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and AJstfotf, it ta saxl. w-crc taU-nv cap.
live loix 1:11, suite tlH-r w.tim Imm.d
at llcd'ittf i,e a1etf Ilic ling,
Vl'hf H llu fiii wnmliiM - ..f . lu.
t WTO eiatjfa v.t te t.nl lit f I fit ilw.-a Im
the enures 4 time a Krcii lire ci-m roved
Ibese, l ul l.(i, if l-i (.o lo ISHkUI.
you rill s-e in U: f rod lu.11 f c its t
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n.e i.iiiifn:s i uiuh m ute i .t.i: ::iau
turn It.iu.i u:c rvrt-vts ti'.if i c. j
railed ;n snd aIstisj.
15ut lls re an--lbr tisilitisia (f t'te
twociatila. One is to the fft1 Hint
. at . . . . . .
wui-n aii iiuuit uj'itn ul cnrcnaJi Ai t,
ha cliaat d into I he rauantilaitia T tWe
north an impure, wicked and man eat
ing pmpio w no were sx nut sots In tjutn.
brr, and who were ahrrr tip srtth a rnrs
part in w hich were yate tif ttras. true
cif Ibeae tialieis waa (ttrfh and cnotlitr
aaagith, trritu which wc reIi1r j.tt the
name tif I iin tt:1-t!iieul tt.Mt.la It wm
anasd, Imiwcvct, ihaf tit Turks tatre
wtjii t'y vtg ami too ifsigtis wtew
tbecliilrinn of llafrxg We vball dud
mint i cm matSo if nr and llszix; ta
mane lan ba. Inelndiiiv she Mil.le ie.
Ibcre is I lie prcat wall and tlie raw
part i f tjtijt ami Magog, w liatt vT tuar
liure Ivrn t l-e f thnt tvn i tu. MMM.-
of the two giants lo that rxelHin of tne
struct urc. Aran vrcoks in tt. Aiclio
Us, st Haasteag.
I'lVr Ilr ncT anl Tjr r1rrt not
claim to perform miracles. II doc
not claim to cur ail casoa of con-
sumption or asthma. But it does
claim to give comfort and relief ia
advanced stages of these diseases and
to usually core early stapes. It is
certainl worth tryiop by those af
flicted or threatened with the
dread diseases, bold by M. Y. liana-
Ta ttnl awra.
May-ltawHt-y. KSOT M Wlt4.s.
fcanae Fait as
caatoa. If. t frnsk Biisaniy.
OM ab-eu PV
lat'le tteirbenj ( Sar eer e4 at inn Sates)
" e as bmfetn, SaSla4 taleaa, at
Children Cry for
PTJ1UTY AID llXCELLIIUCll
ta) TWW BjOTTO AT
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