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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, September 12, 1896
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THE STATEMENT OF AN INDIANA WOMAN WHO WAS A DYSPEPTIC. One Box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Alfortlea Relief, and El! fcctert a Cure. Mr. W. S. •i Droke 'Finds Them a Valuable llemertv •'• Also Tbe aln-mlng prevalence of dyspepsia and K'ndred disorders of the dlsestlva orgnnsamoDg the people of this section of tbe ccuntrj bus caused Jnonlrrtobeirndfl among tho pb/slcluns ot tbls dty as to the core, and the remedy which Is being applied thereto. Lending physicians assert thnt three-tourths ft the pmienw who coruo uudet their care ore attend In seme degree »lt i •tomach trouble nmlnK from billonsness, mcii •tttlon. irregularltl. s ol the liver and uow.H. While th-se eases are common, ihe remedies applied, have, lu most cases buen but temporary report came from IdHvll e, Indiana, of a number of c s?s where sofl-rers Jrom the causes mentioned bad found »elceme relief trom pHln In the use of Dr. Williams' Pink ' lllsfnr Pule People A reporter was wn: to invosttRirte the matter and ' ,.____» ..f fu/if-U' returned with the following statement of facts Druifglst Reed, ot tbe vlllatfe. waa llrst vlsl and from him was obtalnmthe nnmea o£ people who bad purchasrf tbe Fin* JPU's, and who Had jcpoken ot the benefit tlw bad received trom the Tueotttiemedicine. Tne druggist cited to tbe reporter Br« Louis* Elder, who lived In the v Ilage Mrs, Elder wiis found ut her home, ousny engaged In sewing- - Wben askert If sho could SOT that the Pink Pill* had benefited her, »He said; "1'esslr, Itim sure that I huve been greatly Denetlted bj them. Before I bfean uslou the medicine I was troubled with mj stomnca. I hud tobec,retalot wh-t I «f, aid t>i«n I was sick most all the time with my s;omach 1 would huve minting spells, and wblle walking about the nouns I would suddenly be seliedwltha sptlloi dizziness and fall to tDB floor. I cenW no: go out ol doors unlesssomw one was with me to hold.me when the dizzy »p«llscame on me. I tried all i oar doctors Iwe and t: ey could do me Da good; 1 went to Montlcello an.-- tried a noted doctor there bat he helped me but very little. •'Finally my bnsband noticed the advertHomen otDr W'lllams' Fink Pills for Pa'e People, am lie got a box to try them. I had not lints-ed tne first box before 1 felt bet>r. I was able to eat and my sleep was undl.iturb»d"by tbe bad dreams 1hat had bothered me b- fore. When the fits t»x was gone I felt «> though I must have some more pf the medicine, for tho Improvement In my loellngs was so 8 real tb t 1 seemeU like ii new •womin. My husband got live mote boies and h«eU8»d8llbat one of them. I feel now ns If could eat anything, tbe dizziness Is all none, ar. mj stomach Is not troub|ng me as It did. I sleep well, and I brHeve I owe It all to Dr. Wllllasi.s . D. S Dtokeis a prosperous farmer living ope mile »euth of Idaville, Ind. He bus not bet n actlvly engaged in farm work for ten years untl this y tar. "1 havo been troubltd with connlpa tlonand piles for forty >Bars." said Mr. Droke "JCj ondltlo i was such that I was forced to prlve up active work on tbe farm, so f rented my place I t»ok box after box of all kinds of pll.s and nolh liKKave me more than temporary relief. The doctor told mo that I must not take so many pills that It would cause permanent injury. But I nac tolwe relief In some way, no 1 took the pills Why, sometimes I would go i» week without a passage and I suffered torment I could n»t sleei Had no »ppetlt* I was advised by a physician i eat nothing but vegrtiiblea and I tried dieting bu It did not do me any permanent good. Last Sprln I taw an article ab"ut Dr. Williams' Pink PHI tor Pal« People, and concluded to try them. txtught'dx boxM, and have u««d all bnt one. •m able to .eat heartCy now, and I sleep well, hav* done more work this summer than I hav done In ten ytars before, an* I do pot know wha It conld hav» beeu that put me In such geod shap If It was not tie JPlnk Pills, for I have taken n otber mfdldne since I began to cse thlm " Dr WL lams' Pink Pills for Pale people are ipecino Jor troubles peculiar to females, such a suppressions, irregularities and all forms of we»k ness. Thej build up ihe blood, end restore, the glow of health to pate and sallo* cheeks. In men tier effect a radical cure In all ca?es arising from mental worry, overwork or excesses of whatever nature. They are manufacture* by the Dr. will- lam's Medicine Company, Schenectady, NTand are sold by all druggists at SO cents a box or six rx>xesfor|2.CO. Brooklyn Eagle (Dem.): The country s reasonably familinr with Arkansas -lection methods. They have down here :i revised Australian ballot sys- loui, one of Its most chiurmlng features .H-'ltig that the Judges and clerks of election m-ay all be of the same party. It is no/-longer necessary to resort to utl'rnidarton. Under the la.w an illiterate or disabled voter cnuask for help 11 <h'e preparation-of his .ballot Two members of tho election boards are allowed to help him, but the Democrats are always In a majority : on these boards, ami it is Invariably Ji Democrat Avlio does the helping. When it comes to the count the Democrats figure out the votes they require, so that it is simply a question of the use of 'the letid'pencil. Wherever it was possible, to do so Republicans ha.vo bccal excluded altogether from the election boards, and in the twelve counties where the Republican vote is heavy only such "Republicans" us could be rolled upon to convert themselves 1 into- Democrats have received recognition. So that the result in the State will be :t uiauuifaefured .rosiiHl It will be deserving of .no more serious consideration thnn a result reached by the aid of guns and clubs. siomtry bishop of Southern China. TO RAISE THIS BISON. The reproduction on a large-scale of the all but extinct American -bison, or buffalo of tho plains has been decided upon -by Mr. Henri Mcnicr, the ni-illion- aii-e chocolate nuin«f.-i.cturer of I'a.ris, and new proprietor of the Island of An- flcost.I. He • iwis purchased a young buffalo cow, which was for some time kept In captivity by a Quol>oc dealer in furs, his fl.cwnts are now In. correspondence with the proprietors of tho to w ' remain LiiK'prl vale herds ot this noble animal, with a. view of the purchase of as many <i.s possible of them for breeding purposes. THE VEN 7 OMOUS BREATH OF MALARIA. Does not infest the system of those who use Hosteller's Stomach Bitters as a precaution against it. Nor is it less useful as a remedy vrncre Intermittent fever has fully established itself, in consequence of n neglect oC QUEER FEE. .TndSte Foute has had a. very novel experience, says the Atlanta, (Ga.) Constitution. One morning a young colored couple came in to be man-led The pi'oom was Charley Hayes, a Pullman porter, who looked as proud as- if Ire had served'au a jury several times. and the bride was an ebony piece of loveliness all done up in her best fluffs, When they had beeu securely tied together the..Tndjie stood waiting for his fee, and he was not destined to be disappointed. The bride began untying a bundle which she .had brought with her, and presented the Judge with a pound cake. T,he Bluffton Ohioulcle makes a sav npc .attack upon the nmnagcinent of the- recent, fair 'at .Warren, and calls u[K>n the 'Himtlngtoji county grand Jury to , i.nvestiga.te. Says the Chronicle: "Jliever before lias a county fair boon conducted on such dlsi-eputable lines. Streets of Carlo and like places at the World's Fair ware nothing compared wM.li the vulgarity on the midway at Warren. A majority of ''the tonl.s on. the grounds were oct.-upk'd by fallen women of the worst, type.'' The Chroiride.also charges Unit thiigs were hired as policemen, who seized upon every opportunity to use their loaded canes on trivial offenders. A. gentJe- man -named Glass, of Marion, while crossing the race track, was struck by one of those policemen, who used a. Heavy «IJM>, and inflicted severe Injury. Tho crowd was onraged by tlie troatiiiient nccordod Mr. Glass and tho policeman would have been, lynched tad he not 'sought safofy 1-n ra.pid fligln. The Chronicle adds that Mr. Glass will 'sne the fair .association for damages, and it warns the fair association that, i!' the 'fair is conducted under the same management next year the stockholders may as well make up their minds to lose money, as tho ft^aw | *V'-f-'« ?«*r^ft) «M <"* »* <v at wWci SKVtFttl reprcsentoavea of the Prussian ministry nod other notables were present, Mr. L\ibto, of California, at tho Berlin conference gave an exposition ,of the theories lie has ad- voeaited for several years. There wa.s a dlscOssion on the cause« of the decline In prices for agricultural products in tlie markdP of the world, and some of the remedies .proposed. The free coinage of silver was one of the subjects discussed, and grave doubts a.s to its beneficialoffeets should i.t. come into 'operation were freely expressed." people of Wells, Huntinprton. and GKvrit counties will not patronize such a,n 'immoral place.' " preventive measures- checks the paroxysms with astonishing certainty, and eradicates this type of disease even in Its most inveterate form. This madlcine is an especial boon to tbe emigrant population of the far -west, where fevers of a malarial type are particularly revalent, but the recognition of Its merits Is so far from being limited, that it is known and appraised at its true value throughout the length and breadth of America. Travelers by land and sea, miners and sojourncra In unhealthy localities, esteem it highly, and are its most constant purchasers, and in many a rural household, far and wide It Is the chosen family specific. William Flynu,' alias Billy MeDnff, an alleged'desperate criminal, has been arrested at Ft. Wayne and returned to Warsaw, to answer for a series of misdoings. RED MEN IN COUNCIL.' The. Great Sun Council of the Improved Order of Bed Men began its sessions Tuesday -at Minneapolis with 190 representatives from the State councils, twenty great chiefs and seven past incohonees present They, arc all tlvat have votes, but there arc some 000 Red Men In the city. Great Inco- honee Andrew Paitton, of Danvers, Mass., made his "Ions talk" reviewing work of the year and commending the fine growth of the order. Great Cliief of Records C. C. Conlcy, of Philadelphia, reported the mcmber- shiip of tiro order to be 149,243, nn Increase of ' 17,348. There are 1,800 tribes -in active existence. The tribal receipts were $1,195,302 and the value of tribal possessions and investments $1,505,403. There was expended for relief of members widows and orphans and funerals $416,529. Great Keeper f the Wampum Provin, of Massacliii- otts also made his report. The Com- nittee on Finance is In favor of hold- IIR the next Great Council at Philadelphia. The report will be acted upon OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant, bnt acts as a tonic and alterative. It.acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to tfce organs, thereby aiding nature In the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters Is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old People find It just exactly what they need. Price fifty cents and $1.00 per bottle at B. F. Keeping's drug store. PATENT OFFICE REPORTS SURPLUS. Washington, D. C., Sept. S.-Tlie patent office report for the fiscal year ending .Tune 30, 1S9C, shows 48,105 applications and caveats received, 24,585 patents granted and trade marks, U- bels and prints registered, and 15,580 patents withheld and patents expired. Receipts from all sources during the yoar wore .$1,307,000, and expenditures $1,007,308, leaving a "surplus of $200,- Polson Ivy, Insect bites, bruises", •caldn, bums, are quickly cured by De- Witt'a Witch Hazel Salve, the great pile core.—Jno. M. Johnston. The Jackson Hill coal company, with headquarters at Shelburn, has settled with the striking miners on a CO-ccnt basis, and the miners have returned to work. . TWO LIVES SAVED. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she had consumption and that there was no hope for ber, but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her. and she says it saved her llfei Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida 8t, San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption tried without result everything «lse then bought one -bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and In two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It Is such results, of which these arc samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in conghs and colds. Free trial bottles at B. F. Kcesllng's drug store. lar size 50e and $1.00. Regu- An Incendiary set fire to Oren Crum's •butcher shop at Friirlaud , and the flames spread to Ed Harrcll's barbei shop, and Win. Hendricks's harness store. The totnl loss is $400. TDeorle* ot cwre may be discussed at length by physician?, but the sufferers want quick relief: and One Minute Oongh Cure will give It to th«m. A wfe cure for. chlfdren. It Is "the only htrmlew remedy tbat produced lmm«dl «te rwolts."— Jno. M. Johnston. RED MOTH m* - Hood'a Sarsapanlla, which giyes them pure blood, a pood appetite and new and needed STRENGTH omoi-row. VERY PECULIAR COMPLAINT. Alfred HaLnes, a wealthy farmer of Grant county, made complaint to the xuthonties Thursday that he.uad been mncoed out of $5,000 by John C. Evans His cousin, who is president .of the Bank of .Tonesboro, and J. W. Crnm of Marlon. HaJnc's story Is that he furnished ?1,000 in cash and pave his note 54,000'to enable Evans and Crum to work a deal through the Continental Insurance Company of New York. They were to ship him the proceeds'by express. - An express package came to i"ls address n.t Upland, but it contained- nothing but brown paper, nnd Evans and Crum put up the plea that the contents had been changed. The case was presented to the grand jury this nfternooD. Both Evans and Crum ridicule the charge. If you have ever seen n Httle child In tb« agony or summer complaint, you can realize the danger of the trouble and appreciate the value of instantaneous relief always afforded by DeWitt's Colic & Cholera €ure. For dysentery and diarrhoea It Is n reliable remedy. We could not afford to recommend this as a cure unless It were a cure. Johnston. Don't trifle away time when you *inve cholera morhus or diarrhoea. Fight them in the beginning with DeWltt'n Colic & Cholera Cure. You don't have to wait for results. They are instantaneous and it leaves the bowels In healthy condltion.-Jno- M. Johnston. Alexander Scott has been elected president of the old soldiers of Montgomery county, who have, organized the Montgomery County Veterans' as- ROMAN CATHOLIC COLLEGE. Tlie Duke of Norfolk 1ms purchased for .$(iO.OOO a site on whicli it is proposed 'to erect a Roman Catholic college ail- Oxford. It is about three ncro.« in extent and is within a. short distance of Mansfield nnd Manchester colleges. Tills college will be in addition "to, and quHc distinct from, tlie under the auspices ot the .Jesuit order whiicli is a.bouit to bo sUrtcd by Father Clark Hi St. Giles's Oxford. Tho proposed college is a. result of the favorable consideration given by 'tho Pope to the petition presented to him in tbe spring of Inst year for permission for Catholic laymen to attend the English unliversi-tlps. It is- stated- -that before the commencement of the M'lchartmas term, the Catholic bishops intend issuing a Joint letter of instruction with reference to the recently granted permission. One of the provisions is the appointment of-'a. chaplain for each university. Tlie one for Oxford has not yet been -chosen, but a residence in Beaumont street, Oxford, has been token for him, and in all probability he will begin his duties next term-New York. Times. CHRISTIAN BIBLE COLLEGE. I'lidl-Minpolis News: The comniltt-ce appointed by the Indiana Christian Missionary Soeiwy :it .Bethany Park to consider l-.hc question of a. Bible college, to be controlled by tho Disciples of CJirlst In Indisina, lias boon meeting in this city this week. Articles of incorporation -have been adopted- and signed providing for a ClirisHon Bible college. They will bo HM this week and -the new institution will be an ae- eomplished fact The nrt-lcles of Incorporation provide for a board of trustees to maroage -die affairs of the college for one year composed of the following men: D. R. Lucas, Amos Clifford and Win-field Scott MoffoW/of Izid'tafliapolis: 55. T, Sweeney nnd B. M. Hutchlns, of Columlms; S. J. Tomlin- soii and B. M. Blount. of Irvington; E. S. Connor and .T. A. Axline. of Noblcs- villc; A. T. Frank and W. 0.-Darnell, of Lebanon: .T. H. McNeil of Rushvillc: John C. Robinsoai of Spencer; and L. J. Kirkpa-trick of Kokomo. They will meo.t at U a. m.. Monday. September 2S. to organize and an-i-ngo for the future. It Is understood That vhe college will occupy Quarters ,iu the ample Butler College" buildings, and while under separate control and management will havc'thc advantage of tlM librai-j- and mnitus, and any class work desired First Last and all tho time Hood'a Sarsaparilla ban been advertised .as a blood purifier. Its great cures have been accomplished through purified blood — cures of scrofula, ealt rheuro, eczema, rheumatism, neuralgia, catarrh, nervousnessf'tbat tired fcel- jng. It cures when others fall, because It Always Strikes ot the root of tho disease and eliminates every germ of Impurity. Thousands testify to absolute cures ol blood diseases by Hood's Sarsaparilla, although-discouraged by the failure ol other medicines. Rerobmber that Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best - in fact the One True Blood Purifier. Hood's T~.,, easy to buy. easy to tai HH IS easy to operate. 2Sc. ,kc, of Butler College which has gone into the University of Indianapolis, and under the terms of its charter will be conducted as a. non-sectarian college ot lihe liberal arts. BEN FRANKLIN IN CANADA. One can pick up lots of Interesting Hctle bits of 'information if he keeps his THE BONE MYSTERY NOT MYSTERIOUS. Lafayette "Courier: TTie bones found on rlio" Wildcat bunk, day before yesterday unearthed by workmen, do not cover so much mystery as supposed. There is but little doubt that tuey are those of a boy named Moore, buried .there in the early sixties. The Ind was buried near the bank of Due Wildcat and his grave marked, it being the •intention of. his people to remove the body to Greeubush cemetery witbin a short time after tilie temporary burial. .A largo bowlder'marked tb'e lonely "rave." but when the roadway nearby Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAILWAY A"* 1 ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25tb and continuing antll about Sept. 30th tbe steamers of this line will make two trips each way d»lly between St. Joseph and Chicago, HI the followinc schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. an4 i030 p. m., dally. Including Sunday. L*ave Chicago at 0:30 a. m. and 11:30 .1. m., dally, Including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at I «. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. tunning time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, saving St Joseph Monday. Wednesday ind Friday evenings. The equipment of this line Include* tbe side wheel steamers City of Chicago ind City of Milwaukee (the largest and •nest west of Detroit), and the newly rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service flrst-class. Connections with all T»ndalla tains. Tickets on sale at all T»ndalla /Jne stations. Chicago dock f»ot of Wabash avenue. ,T. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. eyes and oars open. The Montreal Ga- ^ Changed t-lic workmen, not. know- sociation. Many a day's work Is lost by sick headache caused by indigestion and stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little Barly Risers are the most effectual pill for overcoming such difflcult!e*.-Jun. U; Johnston. . Abraham Hejpner, near Benton, has undergone amputation of his left leg, the result ot an Injury received one year ago In a runaway, accident The whole system is drained and undermined by indolent ulcers and open sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazd Salve speedily henls them. It is tlie beet pile cure known.—Jno. Mi Johnston Herman Hoover, of Goslien, accused oC attempting to murder Earl Haley, lins given bond penning grand jury Investigation. the oldest and oue of the most influential papers in Canada, wa.s established by Benjamin Franklin, although I hiave not been able to fiud a reference to the fact an any of his biographies. During the revolutionary war Ethan Allen and a baitrallion. of. liis "Green Mountain" boys attacked Montreal, but were defeated out} ronde prisoners by Governor General Onrle- ton. Montgomery came tatter, captured the city, and took possession of the government house in the name of the Continental Congress. Then Eenja-. mln Franklin came north, as a sort of .informal emb.TSsador, and endeavored to persuade the CaiMidia-us to join New England and the other colonies in the revolution. Among other measures used by him'to influence public opinion •was the establishment of a newspaper, called the Gazette, which still remains ,ns a memorial of the incident, and it is now. the most uncompromising of .loyalists.-W. E. Curtis, In Chicago Record. ing of the presence of the dead, obliterated all outward signs of the last resting place. As .strange as it may seem, Die body of the boy could not be located. The recent discovery doubtless solves the mystery of the lost grave, for the bones were found beside a huge bowlder, far beneath the sur- 'face of the earth. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. ' Tbe Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter/chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. •It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Prlre 2u cents per box. For sale by B. F. Kees- llng. Jno. M. CURE FOR LEPROSY. M would appear that at length a remedy has been discovered for leprosy. It consists of powder-from the bark of a tree known as the Hoang-Nau, which grows only on, thie mountains that separate the kingdom of Annam from tho Chinese province of Laos. It'Is being used with, much success and efficiency in the. leper hospital of the colony of Trinidad, so much BO that the English government Is taking steps to Introduce its use in the government hospitals of India and other colonial dependencies where leprosy .prevaJls. The The Rev, Alfred Curtis Ormond, of Charlton, la., and Miss Edna, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs.'D-JPlerce, of-Michigan City, have been" united In marriage. LON.GS FOR FREEDOM. Flora' Sentinel: Hunchback Bill •Green, who was sentenced to'State's 'prison for life by-a Miami county Jury for the murder with, which everybody in-tills section of the State is familiar, ii" still longing for Ws freedom, bnt in all probability ho .will 'never gain' it. Prison life is beginning to fell on tarn •and Ills steps are no longer firm and steady as they were when he first entered the prison. He 3s allowed tho freedom of the north cell house, where he runs a stand 1 where bone tooth picks, paper knives, etc, made by convicts are for sole'to visitors:. The prison authorities -ire of the-opinion that Green, nnxlo-us as be .'is 1 to get out, would tell -all he knows about the inur- der of Lttella Ma-bbttt. if.-lie thought lit would'gtws him his freedom. They do not seem to think that whatever secret toe'may have in regard to till* matter would' s'ecure his release if he would divulge it. HOW DOES IT HAPPEN? Peru Republican: How does it hap- pen.that (nearly all the speeches in this eouaty Cor tlic free silver party are made by men outside tihe Democratic party? Dave Haifley, J. H. Neff, John Hlller, Burton Green, Verne Baldwin ind B. F. Burke, of Marion, w.lio spoke at the court house Monday uigbt, arc all renegade Republicans, Populists or -Prohibitionists, and -these are the maJu speakers -for the Bryan party t year. How does it happen? Have tlio Democratic orators all joined the sound money movement led-by Palmer .•ind Buctuer, or arc.they keeping Silence In order to give the renegades a chance.? "Boys will be boys," but you, can't afford to loae any of them. Be ready for the green apple seaxm by having DeWitt's Colic & CholetaOHre In the • . 6e ,_jno. M. 1 Jobnaton. : SAW GENERAL LAFAYETTE. : Lafayette-Co": Mrs, H-innnili Whit- .tiier Wilstach, who enjoys the distinction of being the-oldest person,in this a-ity or county, born im- Philadelphia, •M-aTCh 'i. 1799, and beyond a half cen- .tury here residing, can recall meeting General Lafayette in Washington m the °0's and was invited to dine with >l,im -at,tlie home of her cousin. Col. Gamble, then commander art (lie Philn- -del-ph-ia navy yard. "John H. -Soontag, of Evansvllle, has been appointed a deputy In the State Treasurer's office, to report October 1. Tt down t matter much whether uk* headache, biliousness, Indlgeatton and THEiRE ABE OTHERS. One reading n. Populist paper ot' hearing a Populist orator would Imagine that the American farmer was the only one suffering from, a decline in prices of agricultural products, but it Is universal the world over. The Chicago Interior (non-political) says: "The condition of agriculture to various European countries, as well as on this continent Is occasioning deep concern, not only to those who have devoted their MAY LOSE HIS HAND. Last evening's Indianapolis News says'of the condition of Mr. Alex Hess, os tihe result of Ms' poisoned hand: "•Alex Hess, clerk of the Supremo Court, is again in bed with his poisoned •Hand, having been compelled- to undergo a third amputation. M,r. Hess, has beeu Informed that if the.processes oC the infection do not stop v tlic aroputa t-ion of the whole hand, must be the next step. Mr. Hess has been suffer ing Intensely for two days." REV. S. P. KLOTZ, PASTOR tr. B. CHURCH. natenoo, ind., Sept 8,1890.. Syrup Co.: Deer Sir:—I. have been afflicted over • wenty years with dyspepsia or sour itomach. I have tried different reme- 4lM without much benefit. Finally I »oo«ht a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pep«in and found that It benefltted me. 1 AID convinced that Jt will do what It .recommended when taken according .* directions. I bav* taken nearly one »ottle and feel like a different pewon. S. P. KLOTZ. Por sale by B. F, Keesllng. unavoidable HAS PULLED OUT. •Peru Republican: Joshua Stranger IMS pulled, off the ticket for Congress and attempts to turn the Populist vote of the .district ^to Joe Larimer. This •prediction was made at the time of ;Ws nomination in 'this city, the day Coxey spoke here. He said then in a : public address that he thought the friends of free coinage should.oil vote FOR THE BLOOD, NERVES, LIVER —AND,— KIDNEYS. 4 B. B. B. B. cured nu. of Heart- j and Bowel Troub'.J. ours. ^ MKS. HASNAK SPRING;: R, ? Milroy.Ind. . | 4 B B B B are pi ?lv vegetable J Put up in capsules,sixty in a box." Thirty days' treatment in a box. Price $1 per box, or "is for $5. Manufactured by H. C. BRAQO, Connersvllle, Ind. j For sale by all druggists. t i , - •^ji ••••••»»•••••*' FOB 8XLB BY B. F. K*BSLING, Only Cow For DjtpeptU. Mrt. FwUin Buib, of New "I •offered for y«M§ with B*lm, ooe*

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