Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opinm, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothins Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria is the Children's Panacea-thc mother's Friend. Castoria. "Cnstoria is aa excellent medlcino for chil- iicn. Mothers have repeatedly told mo of its good effect upon their children." Dn. G. C. OSOOOD, Lowell, 21ass. " Castoria is tbo best remedy for cbilclrcn oC Jrhich I am acquainted. I hope the day is not lor distant v.-hsn mothers will consider the real interest of their children, and use Castoria instead of the various quack nostmraswhich are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, sootbins syrup and other liurtful igcots dov.-u their throats, thereby sending them to nremuroro graves." Cc. J. F. KINCHELOE, Coiway, Ark. Castoria. " Castori.i Is so well adopted to children tlini I recommend it as superior loauy prescription knov^tome." n . A . ^ mK , M. D ., Ill So, Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. "Our physicians in tha children's depart-" ment hare spoken highly of their experience In their outside practice with Castoria, and although wo only have among our medical supplies what is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that the merits of CasWria has won us to look with favor upon it." UNITED HOSPITAL i>'D DISPENSARY, Boston, Mass. CX C. S^rrn, Pres., Tho Centatrr Company, 77 Murray Stroet, Hew York City. BUIN AND DEATH. Awful Besult of Eecent Storms in Japan, They Cause the Loss of Four .Hundred Lives—Thousands of Buildings Wrecked—Crops Ruined. HUXDKEDS SAN FBANCISCO, Oct. 1.— The Pacific Mail Company's new .steamship Peru arrived Friday evening twenty-two days from lions' Kong 1 via Yokohama. She brings Japanese news up to September 1C! of the pale which swept over southern and central Japan last month 5113101105 such terrible damage in To- Jmshiran. prefecture, also devastated the Einkin islands. A report from Okinawa, gives the following- figures: Four Irandred persons crushed to death; missing, 24; boats blown into ttie sea, 28; houses completely overthrown, 1,500, and 1,100 partially; outhouses blown down and injured, 2,000; trees blown down, S.500. Cnops were also greatly injured. The above figures do not include the devastation •wrought in the smaller islands. Tho typnoon of Sept'emoer 4 did anxich damage in Shizuok, Aichi and Gumwa prefectures. At, Homamatsu ihe courthouse, school, sixty-two dwellings and a brick railway shed •were blown down and ten persons •were killed and twenty wounded. In Shizuoka prefecture SOO dwelling 1 houses were blown down or partially destroyed, six bridges washed away and four embankments broken. Seven houses were swept away and seventy- one stores destroyed. During a festival at, Mom temple, near Kobe, a terrible accident occurred. The temple is approached by a flight of 250 steps, very steep. While a dense crowd was ascending- the steps a man at the top slipped and in his fall brought down thirty peonlc. Five were killed outright and others terribly injured. V1LAS' MOTION DENIED. Tho TViscousiu Snprcmo Court Senders Judgment 1" tho Apportionment Case. MADISOX, Wis., Oct. 1.— The supreme court h?.s denied the motion of Senator Vilas, attorney for the secretary of state, for "leave to interpose an answer" in the legislative apportionment case, and ordered judgment for relief entered for the relator. thus Qnally and -ultimately closing the case against the secretary of state and in favor of the relator, C. F. Lar.-. 1 .!, An extra session of. the legislature to enact a new law will undoubtedly b<- culled at an early day. MILES OF FLAMES. Terrible Pralrio Fire Raging In Xorth Biiliota Vfcst of the Missouri River. FAEGO, N. D., Oct 1.—Passengers arriving here from the west say that a terrible prairie fire is raging -west of the Missouri river. The fire is about 15 miles in width and 20 miles long. A stiff breeze is drivinsr the flames at a fast rate, and men, cattle and sheep have to run for their lives. Every available means has been bixmor'nt to use to check its progress, but without effect. The fire is 40 miles northwest of Bismarck. TVUi jtiecerve oar cntue. LOXDON, Oct. 1.—Secretary Rusk's proclamation declaring- the United States free from pleuro-pneumonia has not vet officially reached the board ol agriculture here. The board officials, lowever. accept the declaration aJ •valid and appear ready to respond tc the United States authorities' application for the free admission of live cat :uc.xico-s isew insurance i-aiv. CITV OF MEXICO, Oct. 1.—The new insurance law requires foreign companies doing business in the republic to furnish double guarantees to Mexican policy holders. The pledge required must be real estate or cash deposits. As regards the latter 810,000 must be paid on a company's commencing-business, and 510,000 when S3,OCO,- 000 on policies have been written, and for every 31,000,000 of policies, or fraction thereof, greater than this amount 53,000 must be paid. A Remarkable Operation. COLDWATEK, Mich., Oct. 1. — Nora Standish was thrown from a bnprgy Friday night and fell on her head, dislocating 1 her neck. It was thought she was dead. The physician summoned two strong men; one seized her by the feet, the other by the head, and at the word pulled as hard as they could. The bones sprang into place with a •snap, she soon recovered consciousness and will live. THE. MARKETS. Grain, Provisions, Etc. CHICAGO, Oct 1, FLOUR—Steady. Spring wheat patents, H1C ©5.50; Rye, 53.40Qi3.00; 'Winter -wheat patents, f4,00®'!.10; Straights, 83.60(2,3.75. WHEAT—Ruled firmer early and then weaker. Xo. 2 December, 75«(e76Kc; May, SO^esijjo; cash No. 2, 72H8i73c. Cons—Moderately active and steadier. No. 2, 43"/:c; No. 2 Yellow, 43j,-©44Hlc; No. 3, 43@««c: No" 3 Yellow, 43^@43Ho; October, 435j@«Ho; December, 44Ja@45>6c; May, 47y@4r. 1 jc. OATS—Weaker and lower. No. 2 cash, 30»i© Sic; October, 30»>Q31!io; May, 35V£@36Hc. Samples lower. No. 3, 29®32o;- NO. 3 White, SCXaSSc; No. 2, Sl&@32c; No. 2 White, 33@34c, RYE—Demand lower. No. 2 cash, 55o; October, 55o; November, 56o, and December oB^o; No. 3 by sample. 4o@52c. BARLEY—Sold very well and rated steady. New by sample, common to fair, 35@45c; good, 4S@55c, and choice, 5SSG5c; fancy Nebraska, GG@6Sc. MESS PORK—In ratner goofl request, with tree offerings. Market Quiet and prices steady. Quotations range at $10.75@10.S7!.: for cash; fl0.70(S10.S2V: for October; flO.703UO.S2;,; for November, and S12.email@example.com for January. <• LARD—In fair demand and offerings moderate. Prices higher. Quotations ranf;e ai SS.02mSS.05 for cash; ES.OS^lSiS.Oa for October; S7.40a7.42v; for November, and 56.921<@0.95 foi January. LIVE Po'CLiRY—Per pound: Chickens, 9V;S 10c; Turkeys, 12Sil2Hc-, Ducks, 9 l /-©10c; Geese, S4.00@G.50 per dozen. BCTTEH—Creamery, I5&24C; Dairy, ]4Q~c; Packing Stock, 13<4@i4c, OttS—Wisconsin Prime White, 7^c; Watei White, 7?jC: Michigan Prime White, 9c; Watei White, Sc; Indiana Prime White, Sj;c: Watei White, Sue; Headliffht, 175 test, Sue; Gasoline, S7deg's, 12c; 74 cleg's, Sc; Naphtha, (3 cleg's. Cue. LIQUORS—Distilled Spirits quoted on the basis of Si.15 per gaL for finished goods. NETT YORK, Oct I. WHEAT—Moderately active. October, TSyc; December. Si 5-16c. CORN—Moderately active, weaker. October, SOJic; November, 51?ic; No. 2,51»i@o2Hc. OATS—Quiet, steady. October, 35iic; November, 37c; December, 3Syc; Western, 34WJJ 45Y-C. PROVISIONS.—Beef—Quiet, steady. Extra mess, S*x25©6.73. Pork — Inactive, steady. New mess, S12.23ffil2.50: Old mess. Sll.503ll.75. Lard—Nominal, fS.SO.; TOLEDO, 0., Oct. L WHEAT—Lower, quiet. No. ~ cash and October, TSJjc; December, 763ic: May, S2c. CORX—Dun and steady. No. 2 cash, 45^c; May, 47Jic. OATS—Quiet. Cash, 33c asked. RYE—Quiet. CasJx and October, 56c bid. CLO'VEBSEED—Active. Prime casn, October and November, 56.30; 'December, S6.35; January, 56.40. Livo Stock. CHICAGO, Oct. l. CATTLE—Market q'jiet and dull, 'but prices without material change. Quotations ranged at S4.S5S5.20 for choice to extra snipping Steers; f4.25c34.S3 for good to choice do; 33.70 S4.JO lor fair to good; 5S.10S3.60 for common to medium do; 53.00®3.75 for butchers' Steers; S2.0Q@3.00 for Stockers: 5J.23®i50 for Texas Steers; SS.502.aro for Range Steers: Jaaxg3.60 for Feeders; Sl.75@i75 for Cows; £l.75@iSO for Bulls, and H.2S5J5.S5 for Teal Calves. HOGS—Market rather active. Best grades a scada hightr. Other grades uacnangecL Sales ranged at f4.00®4.20 for Pigs: S4.S5@5.t» for light; 5-4.7535,00 Jor rough packing; iM.95©5.60 formiied. and S5.053J5.65 jor heavy and saippiag lots. A TfflED TICKET. Anti-Tammanyites Will Name One in New York City. Democratic Leaders Fear Their Action Will Hurt the National Ticket —Senator Sherman's Address. A BOLT IX XEV? YOEK. NEW YORK, Oct. 1.— At democratic national headquarters there is a feeling of regret that the anti-snappers of this city have decided to run aa independent local ticket Chairman Ear- rity and his associates all advised against it and they are still of the opinion that the action, of the bolters at their meeting Friday night will not help the national ticket. While Mr. Grace succeeded in getting the anti-snappers to postpone the calling of the bolting- convention for one week, the meeting: Friday night declared in favor of a third ticket, and no one at national headquarters lonper indulges the hope that there will be only one democratic ticket in this city. The fact that there will be a bolt is ""now recognized and admitted. Speaking- of the local situation Don M. Dickinson, chairman of the national campaign committee, said there was too much local politics and too little national politics. He said that Tammany Hali was a powerful factor in this campaign. Referring to Richard Croker's statement that the bolting ticket would endanger the leg-- islature and the United States senator- ship Mr. Dickinson's comment was that Mr. Croker was a very level-headed man and politician. New York's Democratic Gathering;. ISEW YOKK, Oct. 1. — All the arrangements for the convention of the national association of democratic clubs, to be held in the Academy of Music on Tuesday next, are complete. Secretary Lawrence Gardiner was busy yesterday making up the roll from the enormous hatch of credentials received. The reports received indicate that every state and territory will be fully represented. Chairman Black, of the national association, will arrive on Sunday and establish his headquarters at the Albemarle hotel. The North Carolina delegation, numbering about 100, will arrive on the same day. They have engaged , quarters at the Hoffman house. The delegations from the western states are expected on Sunday night and Monday morning. A big club acompanying the Syracuse delegation will leave that city on Monday, and the Pennsylvania clubs which will come with the delegates from that state will arrive the same day. Pleased with the Outlook. YORK, Oct. 1. — The political conditions in all parts of the country have been laid before Mr. Cleveland by the aational democratic campaign committee and he is said to be well pleased with the outlook, especially in this state, and the northwestern states, which the democrats hope to carry. He told Don M. Dickinson that he considered Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Illinois debatable ground, and he expressed great pleasure in the work of the Chicago branch headquarters. Senator Palmer Speaks. MOXTICF.LLO, 111., Oct. 1.— The democracy of Piatt .county and central Illinois held a grand rally here Friday. Senator John M. Palmer was the orator. His address was principally devoted to the money power and the tariff. He denied the right of the government to levy taxes to pay bounties to the manufacturers. He claimed that there had been no increase in the wages of the laboring man since the McKinley law was passed except in a few branches of skilled labor, John Sherman Talks, CLEVELAND, 0,, Oct. 1.— Senator John Sherman spoke at North Fairfleld, Hu- roa county, Friday. It was his opening speech in the campaign, and he went into the Fourteenth congressional district, where there is a bitter fight with Congressman Harter, democrat, on one side and E. G. Johnson, republican, on the other. About 5,000 persons were at the meeting. Senator Sherman first reviewed the material progress of the United States under a protective tariff since 1S61, claiming that all the prosperity was due to the republican policy. Senator Sherman then discussed the democratic declaration that protection is unconstitutional, and said he could quote tie opinions of Jefferson, Kadison, Monroe and Jackson in favor of protection by tariff laws. John C. Calhoun, ha said, first promulgated the doctrine that protection was unconstitutional, in the days of nullification in 1S33, and Gen. Jackson said if Callioun tried to carry out his ideas he would "hang him as high as Raman." The senator said that, while the democratic and republican parties occupied about the same position in their national platforms on the silver question, it must not be forgotten that a majority of democrats in both the senate and house of the present congress frequently voted last winter for the free coinage of silver. He said the result of free coinage would be disastrous to all industries and would be especially severe upon the laborer and the poor. The senator next took up the democratic declaration in favor of the repeal of the tax on state bank circulation, and went over the history of "wild cat" banking in the west. He said our currency was every dollar of it as good as g-old. •Coon, to oaceeea WASHINGTON, Oct. 1,—The appointment of Hon. Charles E. Coon, of New York, as assistant secretary of the treasury to succeed Judge Crounse, whose resignation has been accepted, is likely to be announced some time nest week. CURRENT EVENTS. Stephen McClement, president of the Marine bank of Buffalo, died on Friday. Mrs. Harrison passed a comfortable day Friday, nml is Alining strength slowly. Thornaa Jones, cleric of Campbell county, Ky., is churffcd with the embezzlement, of 8.*,701 from collection of licenses. It is said that Chicago people are in a scheme to build a 830,000 seminary in connection with Lombard university at Galesburg, 111. . ,, Dr. Jenkins has announced that quarantine at Camp Low will be raised Monday if there are ..no passengers there for detention. 0. J. Prescott, a prominent man of Denver, Col., died a week ago in his room in a hotel in that city. The body •was discovered Friday. The North German Lloyd steamer Murchin. from Bremen, arrived at Baltimore Friday with 1,200 immigrants on board. All were well. August Passewalk, while working on the new bridge at Manitowoc, Wis., Fi'iday, was struck by a piece of iron, knocked'into the river and drowned. The statue erected to the memory of Matthew Thornton, one of the signers of the declaration of independence, has been dedicated at Merrimac, N. H. If the Tory landlords of Ireland persist in enforcing wholesale evictions of their tenants in arrears for anti-home rule purposes the liberals promise a bitter land war in retaliation. A REMARKABLE CRUISE. A Whaler Keaclics San Francisco After a Two Years' Voyage—Her Catch Represents » Value of 8400,000. SAN FEAXCISCO, Oct. 1.—The whaling steamer Mary G, Hume, Capt. Tilton, some details of whose remarkable voyage in Arctic seas have already been telegraphed, arrived in port Friday, fourteen days from Unalaska. The steamer has been gone over two years and a half, and for two winters was housed in tie ice. She came back with only six men of her crew. Two were .drowned at Unalaska, one died in the far north and a number were destroyed before the Arctic ocean was reached. Her catch for the cruise was thirty- eight whales, whose bone and oil represent a value of $400,000. HEIR TO TWO MILLION DOLLARS. An Ohio farmer Gets tlio Bip; Estate of an English Army Officer. COLUMBUS, 0., Oct. 1.—Anton Pilger, 3, farmer living near this city, just received intoligence through his attorney, James A. Miles, of this city, that the supreme chancery court in London has decided him to be the sole heir to an estate of 52,000,000, left by George Miller, an English array officer, who died about ten years ago. Miller was a brother to Pilger's mother and died a bachelor. Pilger is in moderate circumstances. De;it!i of Gil-art!, the French Artist. LOXDOST, Oct. 1,—Announcement is made of the death of Sebastian Charles Girard, the French painter, in his 74th rear. Girard was born in Paris in 1S10. He entered the School of Arts in 1S3S. He visited this country in connection with the expedition to the Marquis islands in 1S43-47 and was one of the art commission led by Prince Napoleon. He was decorated with the legion of honor in 1847. An "Jiducatlonal Uullalnfr. CHICAGO, Oct. 1,— The numerous and persistent complaints'of the educational interests of the country because a separate building was not provided for the educational exhibit at the world's fair have had their effect The council of administration and the finance committee have both recommended the erection of a 5150,000 building and the executive committee will doubtless adopt the recommendation at its next meeting. Six Years in tne i'emtentmry. ROME, Ga., Oct. 1.—Lord Walter S. Beresford, alias Sidney Lascelles, the noted English forger, was sentenced by Judge William Henry to six years hard labor in the penitentiary in this state. LIMA. O.. .•cal Increase ;c '.Treasury Moldings. WASHINGTON, Oct 1.—It is estimated at the treasury department that the debt statement will show an increase of over 82.000,000 in the cash balance since September 1. Kittle Fox of Fairhaven, Vt. "\VIi2n rr.y daughter Kitty vras about three ye^rs old, Zcz&m or Sa.lt E'aeum appeared oa iier iace. It itched so badly she would Scratch tili it BSed TTo hat! seven or eight doctors, -without the laast il'.ado-.v ot benefit. Wlieo. Kitty had token tail r. bottle of 's Sarsapaniia S'ue Tvas better, and \vhcn she had taKen 1% •bottles sSc v;as perfectly cnred and. has shown Wo Sign of Salt Rheum For alnost four years. Her skin is now as fair aad clear as any child's ia tcvm." W;ji. Fox, Slate Jlantel "Works, Fair Haven, Tt. KB* jcrsr® Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste,and acts gently yet promptly on the.Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 75c bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Manufactured only by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,, SAN PKANCISOO, OA1. COTJISYLLLE, K^. NEW YOBK, W. V For sale +>y all druggists-. HOOD'S assist digesaoa, care headache and biliousness. Special Bargains, and Notices. Bargains Offered by Logansimrt Merchants, Wants and Clinrch, Society, liuilroail and Miscellaneous Notices. Call at John Scbriefer's 224 Market street, for Toledo Pilsner beer. M. M. Gordon, Keal Estate and p ens jnn Agent. Pension business a speciuity. IT anted, Cooper shop machine hands and barrel hoopers. A few good men can find employment in the Green street coop- era»o works, at Michigan City, lad. J. H. WlNTEKBOTHAM & SONS, Proprietors. Address or apply as above. ;*f. iLoul.t Fair, October 3d to Sth. For this occasion the Wabasb. Railroad has named rate of SJ8.25 for round trip; tickets to be sold October 2d, 3d and 4tb, good going date of sale only. Good returning .not later than October Sth. C. G. :NEWEIX, Agent. tow Kate to Lexington. Ky., via Pennsylvania Lines, for the Racer. October 2d to 13th, inclusive, excursion tickets will be sold at very low- rate via this direct route. Please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent for details. Butler County Fair ExcnrsioiiB via the Pennsylvania Line*. October, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th. excursion tickets will be sold to Hamilton account the Butler County Fair from all ticket stations on the Richmond division between Cincinnati and Logansport, return coupons valid returning until October Sth. Harvest Excursions vlaPeimsvlvajuIa Linen. On September 27tb, excursion tickets to points in the Northwest, West. Southwest and South, and on October 25th, to points in theSouifrand Southwest, will bs sold from principal ticket stations on the Pennsylvania lines west o! Pittsburgf. The Pennsylvania is the desirable route, beinjr direct and offering excellent service. The rate will be loir and theadvata- ges afforded via these lines cannot fail to make the journey over them a pleasant one. For details apply to J. A. McCullOugh, ticket agent, Logansport, Ind. One Way to be Happy Is at all times to attend to the comforts of your family. Should any one of them catch. 2. slight cold or cough, prepare yourself and call at once on Ben Fisher. 311 Fourth stseet, sole agent, and get a trial bottle of Otto's Cure, the great German remedy, free. We give it away to prove that we have a sure cure for coughs, colds, asthma, consumption, and all diseases of the throat and luugs. Large sizes, 50 cents. I Have, as Ton Know, been selling Bradfield's Female Regulator for years,, and have had a steadily increasing demand for it: it gives the very best satisfaction. I frequently sell it to physicians, who use it in tbeir practice with the most satisfactory results. 'R. THOMAS, M. !>., Valdosta. Ga. Short breath, palpitation, pain chest, weak and faint spells, etc. cured'by Dr. Miles 1 Sew Heart Cure Sold at B. "F. Eeesling's. That Bear Old. Word, Good-by. Is ajnfghty sad one when It Is the patting salu- , ration bettroen JtlewJs whom thousands ol mites of salt water are about to separate. JItirlnets, buyers in foreign lands for heavy houses, commercial travelers who have made many trips across the stormy Atlantic, tMnk little of an ocean voyage, but to the first voyager tie Initial trjp is a momentous affair. Seasickness is to be expected as a matter ot course. How to prevent It? The finest remedy and prevematlve of tte nausea provoked by the tossing ol a vessel, the jarring motion of the screw of a steamship, or of a locomotive train, Is Hosteller's Stomach Bitters pronounced be sea captains, ship doctors.tourlsts, travelers and emigrants the finest stomachic and best defense against ailments of tlie bowels, digestive organs and liver in existence. Malaria, rneainatlsm, kidney trouble and debility are. remedied by it. Are you made miserable by indigestion, dizzeness, loss of appetite, yellow skin? Sbiloh's Vitalizer is a posi: tive cure. Guaranteed by B. F. Keesling. . The Rev- George H. Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe. our lives to Sbiloh's consumption cure/' 1 Guaranteed by B. F. Keesling. With a record like Simmons' Liver Regulator all should use it for the lirer, kidneys and bowels. Shiloa's Cure will immediately re lieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. Guaranteed by B. F. Keesling:. ^^^^^ Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. A nasal injector free- with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Pries 50 cents. Guaranteed by B. F. Kees- Do not waste your time on doctors when your liver is diseased Take Simmons 1 Liver Kegulator. Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy.-^A positive cure for catarrh, diphtheria and canker mouth. Guaranteed by B. F Keeslicg. Coughing JLesi<i« to ConunmpUoii. Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at once Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. To enjoy life, stimulate digestion and regulate the bowels, take Simmons 1 Liver Regulator. Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence sexual weakness, pimples, cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling s. Xfrom Sire to Soa. Asa family medicine AuntFanny's Health Restorer passes from sire to son as a legacy. If you have kidney, liver or blood disorder do not delay, bat get a free sample package of this ' remedy at once. If you have indiges-. tion, consumption, headache, rheumatism, etc., this grand specific will cure you. Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street, the leading druggist is sole agent, and is distributing samples free to the afflicted. Large packages, 50 cents. Steaming tlic Face and Facial Massage for removing wrinkles is at the present day attract-. ing wide-spread attention everywhere. In fact, hundreds of Face Massage Parlors are established in every large city where the treatments are given at §2 each. Thousands of ladies however prefer purchasing a bottle of Blush of Roses Massage Oil which lasts two months for $1. Full direc-. tions for Face Massage and Steaming the face accompany each bottle. Circulars free. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. Health is wealth. Take Simmons' Liver Regulator for all sickness caused by diseased.liver. "\Vhy will you cough when Shiloh'a cure will give immediate relief. Price 10c., 50c. and SI. Goarantaed ty B. F. Keesliner. When Baby was sick, -n-o gave her Cas'.-'- •'••••When she-was a. ChflJ, she cried Tor C^si'-rix •When she became Miss, she clung v> O^toriA. When she had Children, she ga-ve tixu-u-i Ci?ic-- For dyspepsia and liver complain you have 3. Tainted guarantee oa every bottle of - r jiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to jure. Guaranteed by B. F Keesb'-ig. Delays are dangerous. Take Simmons' Liver Regulator in time for. dyspepsia, biliousness, and all disease of the liver. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Biliousness, constipation, torpid liver, etc., cured by Dr. Miles' 1 Iser- vine. Samples free at B. F. Keesing's Family Move* tho Bipaus Tabules core dyspepsi- Everv dav. Most people =^cd to use it *' "..- "Haekraetack a lasting and fra- 1 ' grant uerf iime Price 25 and 50 cents. Guaranteed by B. F- Keesline.
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