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OPENED THIS EVENING. The- dead walls and stoi'u windows hereabouts avo just now gaily decorated with some very original and attractive advertisements announcing the coming of "Murray'& Made,"'the w>Jl- kupwn and successful ^exponents oC extravagant Irish comedy, who liavc for a Ions time boon the recognized lead- era in their slylu of ontoi-tahnneat. In fact, they are the only Irish teruu of. «ny proinlnonci.' now starrlnj:. All the others having either died or separated, or not being able to keep pace with thu liiutv, liave been forced to fall buck to the rear. rMurray & JIafk" are Imrd workers, -constantly creating new thiugs, and, besides there is ;L certain amount of mapuetlsiii to the two names that .has for years brought them In large returns. They will introduce a new play this year, the second of the "Fiiinegan" series, entitled "Finnegan's Courtship," from the pen of George H. Kitterlck, •vvho isialso author of their former successes. It is In three aw, nnd is sakl to be the best vehicle they have ever had. The piece lias been carefully staged, complete scenery boing carried for each act. The new Dolan opera hoiwe will be opened for the season of 'l)fi-'OT tonight with those popular Irish comedians. TWO LIVES SAVED. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she bail consumption and that thcro was no hope for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her nnd she says it saved her life. Jlr. Thos. Eggers. 139 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and In two weeks was curod. He Is naturally thankful. It Is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine lu coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at B. F. Kcesllng's drug store. Regular size 50c and $1.00. AN ARISTOCRATIC TRAMP. . A Chicago special says: Richard Arnold Fitzroy Berkeley is the name Klven by a tramp who was yesterday sent to the Bridewell, The man says he Js the second son of Sir Fitzroy •Berkeley, of Berkeley Hall, Hants, England, ,./uid lias in his possession medals which he claims were given him for participation in battles in the Soudan, He says ho afterward sorvecT in India and was disinherited by his father, • After numerous adventures lie reached America and made Us debut in Chicago as a. full-fledged tramp. He was arrested while sleeping in a wagon, «nd yesterday morning said lie wished to go to the Bridewell. Ho was accommodated. Poison Ivy, Insect bites, bruises, «calds,' burns, are quickly cured by De- Wltt'3 Witch Hazel Salve, the great pile , core.— 3no. M, Johnston, SPAIN SPENDS MORE MONEY. A cable from M«drid says: Admiral Beranger, the Minister of Marine, has decided to purchase in Scotland an ironclad of 10,500 tons and a cruiser of C.i'OO tons, costing respectively £750,000 (,?3,750,000) and £315,000 (.$1,075,000), and two torpedo-catchers. Be has also decided to place nn order in England for a cruiser of 1,500 tons. The Cortes has adjourned after unanimously authorizing the government to borrow $200,000,000 guaranteed by the railroads, and also unanimously authorizing the government to raise another loan, of unlimited amount, to defray the expenses of the campaign against the insurgents, this loan to be guaranteed by any of the national revenues. Tbe whole ey.stem I* drained and undermined by Indolent ulcers and open Bores. DeWltt'* : Witch Haz.H Suite •pe.ed.lly heals:them., It W the best pile ,<mre known.—.Tno. M. .Johnston '• ' DUELING 1 ON WHEELS. -Dueling on bicycles Is 'reported to be a new' diversion.";In Spain. Two members of the -bicycle club of Granada recently met In", a .-knife duel, wulcli Is probably the/first encounter of the kind .ever fought.'upon wheels. 'Accompanied by tiieir seconds, they wheeled out some distance on the road to Malaga, to n secluded spot There, posted 70 feet apart, at a sign, they wheeled toward each other, each directing his machine witli.tbe. left hand and brandishing lu tlie right .ty-it -terrible,, knife of .Spain—the navaja. At the first ;clash Perez .pierced the-left arm of • Morono,. but at the third encounter Moreno thrust his'knife Into Perez's right breast. Tn a few minutes the laitter died of Internal, hemorrhage, ,^-Geritlema-n's Magazine. • f Boy« will be boys," but you can't afford to lose any of them. .Be ready. for the creen. apple seaeen.by haying. DeWltt's Colic & Cholera On re In tbe * -«e.— Jno. M.. JohMton. , . Hood's Samparilla «ells .because it accompHnhen GREAT CO Wit- BIGGEST CAT IN THE WORLD. Just plain "Tom" is the unpretending name of .probably the greatest domestic c<ot Ju the world. Edward Simmons, the fish and oyster iiNiii of Boait'No. 4 Fulton market, is the proud possessor of "Tom." This giant of Cikts is 30. inches, -in length, froin life head to llie tip of his tn.il. He is a foot Stltfli <MK! wcis-hod la>"t spring ;>4 pounds.' The recent...hot weather IKIS caused Mm to drop a few pounds •of tli'sh. lint has not- -impa.ifed his h«iltli or happiness. 'Huiinns 'is black and white, and Is rait'lior peculiarly marked. Ho IKUS nvo complete rtugs of white around hte ni.il. wlKCh iwikes hiiu look like first eouslu to a raccoon. Mr. Simmons picked up the cat two .wars ago'while walking along South street. Thomas was but a-stray kitten ulii-n, so that Iris pedigree 'has never been ascertained, tind It is not. yet l<uo"-u whether or not heredity has had anything to do with Ws enormous KisK-.—Xw York' Journal.' THE VENOMOUS BREATH OF •MALARIA. Does not infest the system of those who use Hostetter's Stomach Bitters as a precaution against it. Nor is it less useful as a remedy wncrc intermittent fever has fully established itself, In consequence of a neglect of preventive measures. It checks the paroxysms with astonishing certainty, and eradicates this type of disease even in Its most inveterate form. This madlclne Is an especial boon to the 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 sojourners In unhealthy localities, esteem It highly, and are Its most constant purchasers, and in many a rural household, far nnd wide it Is the chosen family specific. THE OYSTER HAS COME. This Is a nifowMi with a.n "r" in it, a.nd as a consequence tins oyster has come to stay with us, says the Valparaiso Vld.ct.te. He has risen from His watery bed by countless thousands, and it Is the pleasant privdlego once more to begin putting -hdm down. It will bo good news for all lovers of oysters it-hat never before wore there prospects of a finer crop" than this year, both in size and quality. BUCKLEN'S AKNICA SALVE. The 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. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Koes- ABSENT MINDED. K is related of the editor of the WI1- limantic (Conn.) Journal, that having boarded a traJn upon wihleh he expected his wife and baby, he kissed the llrst woman he saw, grabbed 'her baby and was making off with lit, when her frantic scmreams brought Ivim to real- tee that ho had kissed the wrong woman nnd taken the wrong baby. Some of our contemporaries contend thatwn editor who is so wrapped Up to thought that he cannot tell Ms own wife and cliiM from somebody's else must give very groat consideration to editorials which must be well worth reading. Obhers agree that a man so unobservant and nncliscdminatlng must be a mighty poor reporter: .The Incident shows the distinction between an editor and a reporter. Tneorlee of cure may be dlscuised at length by physicians,'but.'the sufferers want quick relief; and One Minute. Oongh Cure will give It to thsin. A safe cure for children. It Is."the only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results."—Jno. M. Johnston. THE LONGEST TRAIN. Laporte Herald: The longest train of cars drawn by one engine,, which ever passed o*er the Lake Shore road, wcinit through town Tuesday morning oast bound. There were : 'am even 100 empty cars Jn the string dra.wu.by engine 201, one of the huge Brooks'mo- 1 guls. •!•, It doMp ' matter much whether sick headache,' bilibusncrt,' Indigestion and constipation'.'are caused by neglect or by unavoidable '. .circumstances:, De- Wltt'e iittle Early Kteers will speedily cure them all.—Jno; M. Johnaton. - FOOT BALL ; 'SE&SON. " Miami County, 'Record: The young athletes'of'Peru have tiafcro to the foot ball''giu'dIron 'and!'from" now on. the doctors'and surgeons | of tie..city -must watch out.' Some, of 'the'.best muscle of ,tho city.'ls in the-Hat of candidates and the outlook for an eleven tlwut will prove a '"veritable'. crack-'e.r-Jack" '.'• to; very promising, 'otho Redmon'Is captain of the ciiib, and sontis'o'f tie prpm- JJaentymen.pn -tte ; team,are: Leo Lan- daijer, who .has, ployed pixithe I.-TJ. foot balf'eleven;; Mark'Ornme,;.:an enced : miin -on' t th Gregg, "• Fisher, /'Put: Hasaett, (Charles Augur, Maurice Coylngton and others a.ne all yonug men who^ha.ve played more or less at the game. ; The twini will be rciidy lira, short time for engagements with any club in -the district.- OLD PEOPLE. . Old people who require medicine to resulate the bowels- and kidneys will find the true remedy. In Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other Intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the Btomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the 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. Keesling's drug store. NO BOAST HERE, The Crown point Register contains a list of nim-iy-nines' items to which Crown Point win lay claim without boasMns. Some of them 'arc: Ten saloons; no unajfltists; a. few old :aisii(ls; bright prospects; much wealth', some few loafws; auimerous lavTers; 'honest yoiwig men; pre't.ty young ladies; too much profawty; -a number of kickers; 'probably 300 bicycles; moil who wa.ut the earth; several chronic kickers; a rich, supply of gossipers; citizens w!.th unlimited gall; weeds in many portionis; a. grealt deal of musical talent; plenty of young ladies in search of hu-sbamdei'. two undertakers whom every citixen is trying his best to boycott; too many young men who arc earning their living by the sweat of their father's brow, and one marble .shop where people only talk business as a last resort. FOE OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup-has been used for over flfty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wild colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relievo the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. MOON'SHINEHS CAPTURED. Last week two "moonshiners" and a 75-gallon worm and still Were captured at Cedar Lake, five miles from Crown Point, by the sheriff. It had long been suspected that an illicit distillery was in operation in that vicinity, and a man was sent there who worked about as a farm 1 hand and finally bought the still and machinery for $150. The two. moonshiners, Joseph Hoffman nnd farther, loaded it into a wagon one uiglit agreed upon and thn officers who were in hiding, captured the two men and machinery. The moonshiners were bound over to the Federal grand jui-y In bonds of $500 eadi and are now -In JaJl alt Indianapolis unable to get bail. HOW MANY'WORDS WE USE, Few .people realize how limited are their vocabularies," despite the many thousand words in. the English lau- gu'agexlt Is -said thait a person of education 'generally gets along very com-, fbrtaibly with A vocabulary of less tlvan 2,000 different words. On the other luind," uneducated -people manage to express 'their Wens all their Mves with the use of but a few hundred words, renoa,ttag one or two of these, however a--great many times. A recent experiment proves how apt our minds are to run In-. grooves. .Twenity-five men and 25 women students in a .psychology closs were bidden to write down|{it full speed 100 words,"~aU chosen «t random. They did so, with the curious result that out of .the total 5,000 words there were only 1,200 which occurred but once, 3,000 of the remainder being repetitious of '738 words. Of the 1,200 written only once, 740 "were set down by the men, against 520 by the women.- Of the 333 wtic'cs of dress enumerated 224 were found In the women's papers, while of the 237 articles of food they •claimed 179. Clearly they were not new :women, or their range would h-a.vc been wide-New York Journal. Many a dayis work 1« lost by sick headache caused by Indigestion and stomach - troubles. DeWltt's Little Early Risers, are the moat effectual pill for overcoming such difficulties.—Jno. M. Johnston. OLD AND DURABLE. Peru Sentinel: One of the oldest and most substantial door locks in use In thiS city Js one tblat uncle Tommy Hetzner took off of the front door of the Lutjieraai • churcli Monday. Mr. ner, betoff a locksmith, nmde this in 1353 and It hns been in constant ice ever since. It Is a large lock . when compared wlith more modern. 'ones looks like an old timer. It Is t-:ne-g6od-as ever Md.wffl no doubt put 'in : usersqinewliere else. ; locb i 'service 'and. ern. jjret- ; be ;• THEATRICAL NOTES. E. N. Stephens -"Aai Enemy to the King," produced by E. H. Sothern at the Lyceum Theater last week, bids fcuiir to be a second -Prisoner o-£ Zen- diti". lit is brilUaiiit.ly written and- plnc- (.•s Air, Stephens !u a. high class of his own. He is the only dnuuiitlst on this side of tlie waiter who -has-got the Hue i'it.e.rary 'fervor of Anthony Hope. 'SteiiHley Weyiiia.ii JI.IK! (Gilbert-Parker, Mr. Stephens' work gives splendid promise of liis I'uttm? in romantic drama. * * * /'Von will find" ssiys Oscar Girard, the comic opera- comedian. "Uiflt while Edn'iuiid' Kean roso from the role of 'lisu-)ef]ui.n TO being Hie greatest actor of the liuglWi stago, and that Edwin Forrest metayhoi'leally lea.ped from the sawdust of Hie circus 10 a similar posiUou in Ainerlca, many of the actors of the present day made their llrst success in. variety or burlesque p«r- fornwBccs. Some of i'hem arc not. willing to admit it, but a few others are. Why, It is not: so many years <!igo that .Tose.ph Jefferson and poor William .T. Florence were fani-otis as burlesque actors, Even the dashing Lester Wai- lack 'luad his shy at burlesque. There are. any number o£ actors who began their cn.recrsiu th<> sa.me way, and they tire aM at the top of the ladder.' * * * De Wol-f Hopper recently received the following proposition by letter from a. Now York club man:—"If you will let me play the part of Edmund S-tn.iiley in 'El Capitan' for one night only I will pay his salary for a week a.nd give you $300 beside*." Hopper was mystiillcd at. rhis offer until the letter wis liown to Nclla Bergeu, who plays- 1ihe ' part of Stanley's sweet- heiuit. XJi€ pretty Ijlon.de prljusi. donna recognized the letter ;is that of a lovelorn youth who Iwid written her sev- etvil (MiKitoiT letters and Iwd vainly sought to make her acquaiuftuice. Hopper refused the youth's gilded offer but what a pretty sitoiT it would have been Mad he accepted, for then the lady would have been forced to listen to *lie booa fide protestations of a supposedly mafce-believc lover who had paid for the privilege. * * * Tile l'av.orite, Charles A. Gardner in -Fatherland" will bo a,t the new Dolan n«xt Friday night, Septeinbcr 17th. » » * "I met Paitrti once,' remarked Lillian Russell to George Lederei- dtiritig one of the pauses art a. rehearsal of "An American Beauty." "It was n.t a hotel in St. Louis. She was walk-ing in the corridor smoking a cigarette, " 'Oh, you are the young gh'l I heard ,«iug last night,' sho said. 'You have a wonderfully beautiful voice. Take good care of it.' " 'If I follow your example,' I replied, with a significant glance aftne ciparotte smoke, 'I won't have it long.' "Battl la-ugheJ awl shrugged her shoulders,''0-b, you mustn't mind mo, she added, Tm an old woman!'" GLASS BRICKS. A patent bias been, secured by an inventor for glass bricks of a peculiar pattern, says the Montticello Democrat. .The material of which they are composed being a Qrst rate non-conductor, these bricks will keep the cold out of a dwelling and admit the lighit Furthermore, the inmates of a glass house need not be afraid of being under too 'close observation by neighbors, Inasmuch- as It is not requisite that the bricks shall be transparent. They may be of opaque ground glass or of any color that m«iy be suitable for decora : t'lve effect. Don't trifle away time when you r cholera morhus or diarrhoea. Fight them in the beginning with DeWItt'n Gollc' &• Cholera Cure. Xou don't bave to wait for results. They are Instantaneous and It leaves'tne _bowels'In. healthy eomJltlbn.-Jnc, M. Johnston. PO'R-a^VN SUCCEEDS BLACK. The State executive committee of the National Democratic psirty has cliosen W. S. Forman as a candidate for governor of Illinois wi place of' Gen. John C, Black, who declined,the.honor. The vacancy caused by, the .shifting of Mr. Forman from the foot to the head of the ticket was flllcd by the nomination of D. V. Samuels of Chicago, for the office of. attorney-general. .Wiilliam S. Forman made much reputation for hta^elif recently, by tlie authorship of n, couple of-letters to Governor Altgeld, In wliich he called attention to- the UMUM-gonient of the State treasury during the Incumbency of Rufus Ramsey. Mr. Forinan is a native of .Kentucky, ii a lawyer .of ..East St. Louis,-and has represented .the.old Eighteenth district :two. terms in Congress; Daniel V. Samuels Is a Chicago lawyer- He has been prominent in Democratic politics for many 'years. » WbM «b» vtm A CJbUd, »he cried 'or Outorta. Then the brearoe Ml«,fh" i.Umn.to CaitoHi;' ANTHONY HOPE. Will Wed the Heroine of His Play "The Prisoner of Zenda." A pretty little romance is that w.h'k-.h Is shortly to eu-lnjjujitc in the nun-rinse of Mr. Auilhony Hope, author of "The Prisoner of Zeudti" to Miss KveJyn Milliard, t-he sweet-faced girl wlio so powerfully interprets i:he l«ul- i.n^: role lu Mr. Hoiw's giva.i:es-t, (Ira.ma. The novelist and playwright met. the •Trjaicess Flnvla" while attending tlie reliesi.rsal of his now famous play in London, and'was soon vei-y much in lov-e with her. That he known love cannot. IK' doubted by those who hsivo read th-e last; words of "The Prisoner of /wnln:" "Sto.ll 1 see her fsiee again— rtdie pale face and the glorious ha.ir'.' Of that I know nothing; fate has no liiint', my heart no presentiment. I do not know. In this world, perhaps— ujiy. it Is likely—never. And ca.n it be t'hnit somewhere in a manner whereof our llesh-bonfld m-iml-s have no appw- hcn-sion, she and 1 will come, together again, with nothing to come between us, nothing to forbid our love? Th-at 1 know not. nor w-ispr he.ids thnn mine. But if it be never—if I never can holil swoet converse again wM.li her. or look upon her face, or know from her Iw love, why, then this s'dc the grave I wil.1 live as becomes ihc'num she loves, and' for the other side I must pray a dreamless sleep." FIRING A GUN UNDER WATER. The most, curious experiment ever made with a piece of ordinance was made !it Portsmouth; England, says Invention, A stage was erected in thy •harbor within die tide mark;.on this an Armstrong gun'W lite 110-pound pattern wjus mounted. The-guu was then loaded and carefully aimed at ;v target —all this, of course, during the time of low tide. A few hours later when tlie gnu and the target were both covered with waiter to a depth of six feet. Hie gmi was fired by moans of electricity. We sa.id "aimed at a target" but the facts a-.ro that there were two targets, but only one was erected for this special espcr-imen*, t.he other being the hull of a.n oltl vessel, the Griper, w.Weh lay directly behind.the target ,iud iu raaige of the ball. The target Itself wfl.s placwl only twciityfive feet from ithe muzzle of the "gun. It was composed of oak beams and planks, -and was twenty-one inches thick. In order 'to make t.he old Griper juvulnarable, a : gheet of biolcr-plates three Inches thick was riveted to the waterlogged hulk in direct range with the course the tall was expected to take if jiot deflected by the' water. On all of these j—,the oaken target, tlie boiler plates 'and the old vessel hull—the effect of the shot from the 1 submerged gun was ,'really startling. "The wooden target was pierced through and through, tlie boiler-iron target was.brokeji into pieces and'driven into its "backing'.' tihe ball passing right on through both 'sides of the vessel, making a huge hole, through which the waiter poured on torrents. Taken.altogether, the experiment was an oentire success, dem- onstrntrap, as it did, the feasibility of placing submerged gnns in harbors in time of war and doing great damage to .the vessels wihich a.n.enemy might dispatch to such points for the purpose of shelling cities. A NOVEL RACE PROPOSED. The discussion of the currency questions brings'out many laughable propositions. One of. tlie notable ones came TO our notice last, week, which for nov- ,<?lty is cntiaed to first pl«ce. A sil- ••verite was discussing the wonderful 'advantage of silver over gold aud made t.he assertion that silver always came out ahead. .A goldite who was sitting nearby slowly arose and approached the silvcrite and remarked: ' ."So you believe silver will always come out ahead, do you?" '-" "Yes, sir!" sa.id-the sjlverite. • "Well." remarked the old gentleman -I have a. proposition to make to you. I believe I cau make the raise of twenty-five 'hundred dollars in gold and will place it to tlie hands of Charley Landls. Yon raise twenty-five'hundred dollars jn silver and give it to his opponent, Joseph Cheadle, and we will start them "on a race around the track at the fair ground 'during.'the Flora fair and see which coni6s;--oot ahead, Charley t,and'is withthe twenty-five hundred dollars in gold or Mr. Chendle with the* twenty-five 'Hundred dollars In sil- We have an Idea, that this race would, prove a drawing -card for -the falr.- Flora Enterprise. ' NO CONVERTS THERE. Waibaoh-Plato' Dealer: Atorney -Tim Arthur of North Manchester was Iu the city Friday nnd boastlngly remarked tteit- sixteen Republicans bad. Joined the free silver club at that place. Conn- milssioner 'Milko Sn<ide.rnaiV and ex- Township Trustee Jonas GressnJckle -examined the list he presented and state that not one of the men whose name appears oh it has affiliated with the Republit'-ns for from two to ten years, while they know of a number of -rocfe-rooted i Democrats who ; came out' flat-footed for McKinley and sound money . Upon having just what you call for when you go to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla. There in no substitute for Hood'H. It is an insult to your intelligence to try to sell you something else. Remember tbat all efforts to induce you to bay an article you do not want, are based simply Upon the desite to secure more profit. -The dealer or clerk who docs this cares nothing for your welfare. He simply wants your money. Do not permit yourself to 'Ue deceived. Jasist upon having Sarsaparilla And onlj Hood's. It la the One True Blood Purifier. ,, rv«1<- easy to buy, easy flOOd S PHIS. Ca3 y to operate, Sic. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH -THE VANDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing •ntll about Sept. 30th the steamers ot this line will make two trips each way lUUy between St Joseph aud Chicago, »D the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. an4 1030 p. m., dally, Including Sunday. LeaTC Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 1130 p. m., dally, Including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at I A. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. no. Running time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St Joseph Monday. Wedr.eoday \nd Friday evenlcgs. The equipment of thia line Included the side wheel steamers City of Chicago »nd City of Milwaukee (the largest and •nest west of Detroit), and the newly rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service flrst-claas. Connections with all fandalia Yalns. Tickets on sale at all fandalia jCIne stations. Chicago dock f«ot of Wabasfc avenue. .T. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. REV. S. P. KLOTZ, PASTOR U. B. CHURCH. tvaverioo, ma., Sept. 8,1S98. ~>psln Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I.have been afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or eoni itomach. I bave tried different teme- lle* without much benefit Finally I nought a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pep«Jn and found that It benefitted roe. I *tn convinced that It wlU do what It .« recommended whea taken according <• directions. I.havdtaken nearly one iwWe and feel like a'dlfferent person. 9. P. KLOTZ: For sale by B. P. Keesling. B T5- tr,Jo 40 FOR THE LIVER -'-AXD — K1DXEVS. 4 BBB.B Curr. me of Rheumatism. Yours, W. E. Roberts, . Lebanon,Ind. " 4 B 3 B B are purely vegetable. Put up in capsules, sixty jn a box. Thirty days' treatment iu a box. Price $.1 per box, or six for $5. Manufactured by H. C. BRAQO, Connersville, Ind. - For sale by all d.aggists. , . . • FOB ^ALB BY B. E. S»B8LING, Only Cvn For Dytp«psbu M». FnnUin Bnih, of New Cwtle, "I wfiered for. jun wiUi Uted to bMC'cmt^iitrM* I ti-Iod «VwTUiiti| I Mold btuot, but nothing helped m* till I took mliff, *na ; mttt M c«nt bottl*

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