Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 8, 1892 · Page 2
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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, October 8, 1892
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TWO I OHE FAMILY, YEPJ INTERESTING HISTORY OF HUSBAND WIFE. Ar Both Have Had a Very Sad and Serious Experience. But all is Joy ami Brightness in Their Home 2Jow. Jfever to our knowledge has the old adage of a silver lining to every cloud been so wonderfully exemplified as in the home of Mi'. James Meehan and his excellent wife Mary. 'The facts in the case »re so remarkable thut wo shall give the whole matter in the exact words of the persons interested. It seems that Mr. Meehan, who resides at 57 Granite St., Quiney, Mass.. was the first to be suddenly taken sick. "I was taken sick with liver disease and uloe.ra.tion of Ihe bowels, ' he Bays. "My heart was also effected. I was confined to rny bed for three months"A consultation of physicbtr.s was held and T \v:w pronounced incurable. :.l!l. .I.MIES MEEOAX. ••Aficr that I stopped tiikinpr their remedies and began iho use of Dr. Greene's Jservura. bleed and nerve remedy. ••Previous to this I couW not s'.cep, ray nerves were excitr.blo ard spasmodic, my stomueli ^nukl uot bear food, vomiting aim-"it constantly. Soon after beginning i^'.s remedy I slept bettor, and my stomach would "bear lij;ht food. "I corv.iuued to gain until I could get cm'. I now work all the time, ana feel U':.;. Dr. Greene's Xervui-n blood and in-.-v.; remedy saved my life." It i~ !;,-'0:llcss to say UiiU his faithful wif. ; M:\ry Mechlin was profoundly thank 11 .!! for the unexpected recovery of. her hu*b:\iKi to health auil strength through the wonderful curative virtue:-, of this great medicine, but even in the midst, of her great joy, she- bcrsetf was prostrated by an alarming' attack of rheumatism.^ "It is only just and taay be of great service to the afflicted." sho says, --that I should slate publicly my serious trouble and how I was cured. 3IKS. 11AKY J1EE1IAX' "I was sorely afflicted with rheumatism for rcore than six months, and it seemed to effect my whole system, pains and stifiatws of auiscies &nd joints to \vhicb was added tho more acute p".ic3 of sciatica. "It was \\ah the greater difficulty I souUl keep about tfio house. 1 tried ninny remedies without relief. Havin.tr in miaci the g-re^t benefit ray husband received fro IB the use of Dr. Greene's Kervura blood ur.d nerve remedy, I concluded to resort to it. To iny irreat joy it. was .completely successful and by the u#e ol" only three bottles I was entirely cured, and my health has been perfect since." There, is no mistake about, it, Dr. •Greene's Xervura bloo.1 and nerve remedy is a wonderful tneJiciiae atifl effects some most remarkable and surpriaias cures. Every sufferer from disease should try it. for the chances arc Xhi-.l it will just hit the trouble :iad restore ti:-a lor;? sought health. All druggists keep H for $1. and it is purely vegetable anci harmless to use. It is the prescription alia discovery o? !!io gs*eat spec alisi, ia curin;* nervous ard chronic diseases, Dr. G:eene, o! 35 W. 14th street, Ke\v York, who can in all cuses be consulted free, eiiher if y$u call or write him a description of your disease. BITS OF ISFOEMA.TION. W. H. Johnston, a printer injured in the street car accident at Cincinnati. is dead. C. A. Pillsbm-y lias been, elected president of the Minneapolis chamber of commerce. Eoscoe Marble (colored) was hanged at Lafayette, Ga., for killing Her. Xe- hemiah Witt. I. H. Shively, a, young farmer at Wichita, Kan., died at his home in terrible agony from bydropnobia. The 3-year-old son of Jacob Ni'eaols was stolen from Dubuque, la. There is no known motive for the deed. In Lenone county, X, C., a negro farm-hand named WakcSeld fatally shot and cut his wife and two colored men. Albert Foster, r.'ho was to have been hanged for the murder of ex-Congressman Joha B. Morgan, committed suicide at Holly Springs, Miss. Hot Springs, S. P., was visited by an earthquake shock which lasted thirty seconds for the first time in its history. Xo great damage was dona. The remains of Albert W. Johnston, of Pierre, S. D., who recent!.;- disappeared, was found i;i AVhi.sky gulch with a note stating that he had shot himself. Extensive preparations are being made in Mexico to cclebratc^October 12. The delay in the arrival of American corn is causing suffering, for the new crop the prospects are splendid. AWFUL SLAUGHTER French. Troops Again Defeat the Rsbsis in Dahomey. The Victors Lose Eight in the Battle —The Enemy's Loss Numbers Over 200—Twenty Amazons Slain. SERVED HIM RIGHT. i'uKiilst Charley .MltchoU Sentenced to ,J:iil fora Brut:il AssuuU. LONDON", Oct. 7.—Charley Mitchell, the pugilist, v, r as brought up on remand m tlie Bow street police court in answer to the charge of committing' an unprovoked assault upon. George Salvage, the aged keeper of a lodging house in the Strand. The evidence showed thut Mitchell, who was standing in i'ront of the lodging 1 house -with several men and women, assaulted Salvage as the latter emerged from the lodging house and felled him to the ground with a powerful blow. There was no reason whatever for the assault. The magistrate before whom the case was heard told Mitchell that the class ho belonged to was worthless and a menace to society, and sentenced him to twc months' imprisonment at hard labor. Ssiltlon Dcnt'.l of a. Minister. HUDSON, \Yis-, Oct. 7.— Rev. Edward Ellis, pastor of the Bay View Baptist church of Milwaukee, died suddenly Thursday morning' at S:20 o'clock in the First Baptist church. He participated in the services Wednesday evening- and was in attendance upon the I!sptis1 state anniversaries now being held here. He was a devoted Christian minister, and his death is a great bereavement to the denomination. His age was about 50. I'irc in Cliicasfo. CHICAGO, Out. 7.—Francis Towncr's planing mill and 30.000 feet of lumber were destroyed by tire Thursday night. Tho total damage to property is estimated to be S-10,000. Firemen James Moran, William .1. Shccbau, John Sullivan and Chris Ilciscr were seriously injured by falling timbers. TIIE MARKETS. Grnio, Provisions, Etc. CHICAGO, Oct." FLOUR—Steady. Spring -wheat patents, ?4.l( &5.50; Rye, S3.-!Q@3.00: Winter wheat pateuts {-l.OCHg.-l. 10: Straights, 83.CQ@3.T5. •\VIIEAT—Ruled llrmor. No. 2 cash, 7-:q 7-1^'iC; December, 7(P^©77!-jc, and May, E-^t/j COHN—Quiet and steady. No. 2, J No. -2 Yellow, 43/j@«yc; No. 3, 43®-13?ic; No 3 Yullov, 43ViSt4Syo; October, 4Sy®44^c; Do center, 443@4u!£c; May, J7S34S?ic. OATS—Steady. No. 2 cash, 31 &c; October r,;-'.@31V--o; May, SC;;;©36 3 ac. Samples steady, No. 3, 2ftS3-C; No. 3 White, 315i@33^c; No. 2,3: ©33C: No. C White, 33@3<yc. EYE—Quiet and firm. No. 2 cash, 55;;C; Oc toticr, 55c: November, 50'j©SO!;C. and Decora bcr 57Ji®57K'C. No. 3 by sample, 4K&50C. BAHLEY—V<"as stetuly, for good quality mon p:\rtioularly. Now by sample, common to 'air 35@-!5c: good, -:S®Mc, and choice, 53©COc; lar.cy, 63$£<J7c. MESS PORK—In rather good reauest, ivirt Tree o.lcrings. Market active and prices irregular- Quotations range at Jll.37f»©ll.50 for cash; Jll.37Viait.4U for October; fll.32!i@]l.-tO for No vembcr and $1~,70©1i75 for January. LIVE PO-LTRY—Per pouad: Chickens, 9Q 9|ic; Turkeys, 7©lOc; Ducks, 9G.O;;c; Goese M.coe.5.50 per dozen. BCTTEK—Creamery, !5S'-4c; Dairy. l!©£lc; Pncldng Stock, 13©14c. OILS—Wisconsin Prime White, rye Water; \Vbue, 7^e: Michigan Prime White, 3c; Yi'atci T.Tiitc, PC: Indiana Prime White, Si^c: Vfr.te: White, 04c: Headlight. 175 test, S'-Jc: Gasoline, STilcs's. l-c; 7-1 des's, So; Naphtha, iJ3 (lea's, o v -c. LiQCOT'.s—Distilled Spi-its quoted on the basis ol Si. 15 per rat for finished goods. NEW YORK, Oct. 7. Wv.r.AT—Firni and moderately active. December, He: May. i-Svo. CGKN—Qu:e: and firmer. November, 52;jc: Dccerc'.u-r, 5S!,c-. No. 2, 5l@52c, OATS— Oail and steadier. Noveniher, S7c; Dci'vaber, 3S-jc; western, Si?j©-!Gc. PitovisloNS—Bee!—Quiet antl sicsfly- Extrc mess. £O.Cic"i.3.75. Pork—Inactive and firm. New mess, t"I±75-3.13.00; old mess, Sn.75Cl2.00. Larvl-Quier. fS.75. TOLEDO. O.. Oct. 7. WIIEAT—Higher, quiet No. " cash and October. 75uc; November. 70)ic: December, 77 ; 'ic; May. SS'ic. Coss—Active, steady. No. 2 cosh and October. 4oc. OATS—Dull. Cash, 32:--c. KYE—Firm. Cash and October. 57C bid. CI.OVEKSKEC—Higher, active. Frimo cash. October and November, S5.CO: December, SO.G5. CLSVELAND. 0.. Oct. 7. PrrnoT-Eui!—Easy. S. W.. HO. G;sc: 74 gasoline, 7c; SO gasoline, lOc; C3 naphtha, fi'rjc. Live Stock. CHICAGO. Oc:. 7. CATTLH—Marmot rather active and prices •\v«ll mainiaiaeii. Q'uotaticns ranged at JiK E-a» for choice to extra shipping Steers: fi.S33i.9J ror good to choice" do: S3.70S •i.Wror fair to srcoil; SS-lOQaoo for coraaoc tc medium iio: SS-iVSlTj for butchers' Steers; JiOSgaOS for Stockers; SL2j®2-75 for Teias Stsers: riMJJS.60 for Range Steers; S3.0CV33-W i'or Feeders: fl.7fr3S.50 for Cows: 5J.75S2.50 for Bulls, .".nd J2.»35,23 for Yeol Calves. HOGS—Marl;et active and feeling firm. Prices y&ltXi higher. Sales ranged at H.SOSi65 for ¥iss: ?5.l5i£S.S for light; S5.l03».20Jor rousi packing: S5.1535.S5 for miied, and Ja3oCJ5.95 fo: tcavy pactens and shippins lots. KILLED IX BATTLE. PA.EIS, Oct. 7.—It is reported that a decisive battle has been fought in Dahomey in which the rebellious natives were defeated and 2,000 of their warriors killed. The loss to the French troops is given as eight killed and thirty.six wounded. It is officially . announced that the Da- homeyans left 200 deati, among- them twenty amazons, close to the French lines. CoL Dodds, commander of the French forces, in his official dispatch says that the attack was made on Tuesday, October 4. The day preceding was entirely devoted to opening* a road through the forest surrounding Gbede, the place where the engagement took place, and the French were thus enabled to execute a flank movement against the natives and deploy •their forces before the Dahomeyans were able to attack them. The natives occupied a strong position and a desperate fight followed the attack by the French. A thick brushwood surrounded the Dahomeyans' position and this afforded some protection to the attacking forces. The battle lasted for an hour, at the end of which time the Dahomeyans fled in disorder and were pursued by the French.. The natives, however, were thoroughly familiar with the country and found little difficulty in making their escape, but fuw of them falling captives to their pursuers. Ucrinr.a Ga.ua Captured. During the fight five Europeans and three Senegalese were killed and twenty-three Europeans and thirteen natives wounded. Two hundred repeating rifles were found on the Held. This fact will add to the grievance France has against Germany, for the French claim that King Behanzin, besides the 2.000 riiles allowed him by treaty, has an almost equal number of Winchesters and other repeating rifles that have been, furnished him by German traders. It is known that he has a. large supply of ammunition and that it was landed in Dahomey from two German ships. As a result of this last battle Col. Dodds will be able to turn the Dahomeyan's position and destroy their lines of defense. DYNAMITE AT HOMESTEAD. Nun-Union Ko;iri-::n£ House \VrccUctI, Hut tlio Oceu;>:i!its Rscnpe. HOMESTEAD, Pa-., Oct. 7. —An attempt was made to blew up ihc non-union boarding house of ?.frs. Marron shortly after :; o'clock a. m. ]\"o one was hurt, but the house was badly damaged and the occupants much frightened. A cartridge was thrown by some one unknown through a broken window into the dining-room of the house. A terrific explosion followed. All the windows were broken and the room wrecked. The beds on the secoud floor were thrown 0 feet up in the air and the occupants thrown to the floor. There were thirty-eight people in the house at the time. The boarding house, known as the Mansion house, was soon surrounded by officers and the military was called out. In the excitement and darkness the perpetrator escaped. The strike leaders claim that the deed was performed by others than strikers. They say that it has been done with the purpose of keeping the soldiers here and also to again change public opinion in favor of the Carnegie firm. A BAEE CHANCE. Mrs, Harrison May Live for a Number of Years. Hope of the President and His Friends That She May Yet Enjoy a Fair Degree of Health. THERE IS HOPE. s-GTOx, Oct. 7.—Aside from the usnal changes characteristic in consumptive cases there lias been no particular alteration in the condition of Mrs. Harrison since she ivas bought to Washington from Loon Lake about tv,-o ^vceks ago. Although critically ill and in a condition where a new complication might speedily prove fatal, her case is no^ absolutely hopeless and instances axe known where persons in a similarly extremely dangerous condition have so far recovered as to enjoy comparatively fair health for years. Such instances are rare, however. The President Hopefcl. The president's family and friends cling to the hope that Mrs, Harrison's case may prove one of the exceptions to the rule- The great danger to be •feared is the reproduction of fluid in the chest cavity which might gather in. twenty-four hours and prove fatal, especially if the patient could not bear the operation of aspirating. Mrs. Harrison's rig-nt lung: is entirely consolidated, so that she has no use of it whatever. The left Icng- -is not involved. The Patient's Coiiaition. Although anxious for prolonged life, the patient does not exhibit thai cheerfulness and hopefulness that is usually so apparent in, the case of consumptives. This Is due to the extreme nervous exhaustion from which she suiters. Ever since the commencement of her illness she has been affected, with extreme nervous . prostration. and this , has doubtless !iad very mnch to do with her present condition. This extreme prostration has been one great canse which has operated ag-ainst her rallying. Her mind is perfectly clear and she takes a certain amount of nourishment each day. It consists principally of raw egg's in a little wine and pepsin. It is not from a desire to eat, however, that she takes the nourishment, but merely as a sense of duty and as a medicine. Her coughing- spells are not violent and do not worry the invalid very much except on rare occasions. Sleep during the night comes to her in. periods of from one to two hours at a time and this without the aid of opiates. She has very fair nights, being restless only at times. Two or three hours of sleep are obtained in the day time, bm is not cf a refreshing- character. Greatly Kmaciatod. Probably the most noticeable result of Mrs. Harrison's illness is great emaciation. Her appeav.iace last year was that of a strong-, healthy and vigorous person who did not know what it -.vi'.s to be ill, and the change that has come over her is said to be most perceptible. Before she was ill Mrs. Harrison weighed 107 pounds, and it is said that she has lost during her prostration bff.veen forty-live au' 1 fiftv pounds. FOR WEAVER AND FIELD. 3Ir. Povrdcrly Thinks lie YTemlil Deserve Hanging Jf .He Should Vote Against, the Third P:i-ty Candidates. CINCINNATI, Oct. 7.—The Post prints a letter from Terence V. Powderly, grand, master workman of, the Knights of Labor, of which the following- is an extract: "I will venture the assertion that 1,000,000 n-or'.diifrtnen in the United Stales would make ready to march to Scranton to hang ine lor -being ;s traitor if I did not vote for Weaver. They wonld be right. I would be a traitor and I really licliovo that I should tc hanged Ior not voting for Weaver if my vote would decide the jotitcst. I .quite ajjree v;ith the one million, who would hang mo for treason, and they Ehould not refuse to agree with mo when I say that each workingman who will not vote for him (Weaver) should be regarded in the same light. I navo written no campaign documents for either the democratic or republican party, will not write any, and will not support the candidates of uuy party but the one which had the honesty asd manhood to lay claim to the votes ol the Knights of Labor by adopting the preamble of tho Kaights ol Labor in its national platform, tec people's party candidates. Gen. James 13. Weaver and Gen. James G. Field." CRESPO IN CONTROL, The Victorious General Will Form a Government In Venezuela. WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.—A dispatch from Admiral Walker to the navy department confirms-the reported victory of Gen. Crespo in'Venez.uela and announces that, the present g-overnment lias fallen and that Gen. Crespo will soon bo at the head of the new government. The dispatch of Admiral Walker said: "Ecvolutionisis are succcssfnl. Crespo is victorious. The president and ministry have abandoned Venezuela. Crcspo lakes possession of Caracas to-day." From this dispatch it will be seen that the next probable step will be the announcement of a nesv government for Venezuela, with Gen, Crespo at the head of airairs. . MADE THE MILE IN 2:02 3-5. W. TV". TVinOIn Lowers the Vrorltl'o Bicycle Record and l:e::ts X.incy Hanks' Time. SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Oct. 7.—vy. W., Windlc rode a mile on a bicycle at Hampden Park with a flying- start in 2:02 3-5, heating the world's record previously held by himself ia 2:04 4-5, and Nancy Hanks' best record of 2:04. The trial was made in a strong wind and he was paced by two triplets, each taking 1 him a half mile. Not only did he beat the mile record, but the half mile, time 50 4-5 seconds. The record made is official, the regular corps of officials having it in charge. ' Kobbcd aod Jturdered. STAXTVOOD. la., Oct. 7.—Dr. W. B. Akerly, a. veterinary surgeon, of Lisbon, who left his daughter's home, 1 mile west of Stanwood, September 13, was found dead in a field near the road October C. His pocketbook was lying- near him and SSO had been taken, from it. It is supposed that he was murdered, but there is no clew to the murderer. Kcal Estato'Congress Adjourned. BUFFALO.. X. Y., Oct. 7.—The second convention of the national real-estate congress closed Thursday, and the "•round work of the next session was prepared. St. Paul was the place selected for the convention, and the presidency went to Buffalo, W. B. Cntter being 1 elected. Of report. III., bor^r. ;o fail ripiuly. lost all -V'l'iiiiiandjrcir :a: r j a serious condition from •"V fC'r^/Ck'^Cli'l ~' !S co;3 ^ no - eat vegS- LJ * x-.^op^.Ci tables or meat, 2nd even w-=: dl^uessetMier. Kr.d to s lT2 up Hood S~e :";*.!; a liule !>e::er. Couid keep more food or. Tier stomach sr.d grew stronger. She took 3 tiorrles, lias a good appetite. Rained 22 Jbs^ does liar v.-ork easily, is no-?,- ia perfect healui. HOOD'S PlLLS =we the TKSZ after-dinner They assist digestion aad cat* headache. 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 andagre.eable substances, its many excellent qualities comnien d 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 GO,, SAN PKfl-NCISCO, CAL. L.OTTISVIBLE, X'ST. NEW YOEK, ST. t For sale \v all drug-gists Snscial Bargains, and .Notices. Bargains Offered I>j-LO:,':ins|>urt.1Ier«iiiHts, Wants and Clinrcli, Sodo!! 1 , liniirosd »n<l Miscellaneous Notices. . Prompt attention given all claims ior pension, increase of pension, bounty o" n ay other war claims. Pu...iit solicitors and general U. S. claim agents — 20 years experience. Address or call. - BAKKOK & WALTEKS, Johnson Block. sion JiatcH via Var:cln!Ia liSiX'. The Vandalialine will sell round trip excursion tickets at rates named below during September and October, 1892, for the following occasions: ST. LOUIS EXI'OStTlOX A.\n FAIK. During the Ex position, every Monday and Thursday. SoplfCJ'oer Sth to October 20th, inclusive, round trip tickets for one and one-lbird fares. •During the Fair tickets will be sold, October 1st to Sth. iachjsivf, at one fare for the round trip. HARVEST EXCURSIONS TO THE WEST, XOI1TII AND SOUTH. On October 25t.li, 1892, round trip tickets will be sold at, one fare to nearly all points West, North and South. Return limit, 20 days. For detailed information address nearest ticket agent Vandalia lice or the undersigned. These excursions are open to the public generally. Don't fail to take advantage of the extremely low rates as above. J. M. CHESBROUGH, Ass't Gen 1 ! PassT Ag-t.. St. Louis, Mo. ZToi' all forms of nasal catarrh, where there isdryness ol tbe air passages with, what is commonly called "stuffing- up," especially when, going to bed, Ely's Cream Balm gives immediate relief. Its benefit to me has been priceless.—A. G-. Case, M. D., Millwood, Kas. One of my children had a very bad discharge from her cose. Two physicians prescribed, but without much benefit. We tried Ely's Cream Balm, and, much to our surprise, there was a marked improvement. We continued using the Balm and in a short time the discharge was cured.—0. A. Gary, Corning:. IS. Y. The Tronble Over. A prominent man in town exclaimed the other day: My wife has been wear- in? out her life from the effects of dyspepsia, liver complaint and icdi- g-estion. Her case baffled the skill of our best physicians. After using three packages of Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer she is almost entirely, well." Keep your blood in a healthy conditon by tbe use of this great vegetable compound. Call on Bee Fisher, 311 Fourth street, sole a^ent, and get a trial package free. ^ Large size 50c. .TJoItier's friend Is the greatest blessing ever offered child-bearing women. 1 have been a midwife many years, and in each case where Mothers Friend has been used, it has accomplished Bonders sod relieved rnucb suffering. It is the best remedy for rising of tbe breast known, and worth the price for that alone. MBS. M. A. BE£Vv5T£E:, Montgomery. Ala. Sold by Ben Fisher. "Hackmatack a lasting and fragrant perfume Price 25 and 50 cents. Guaranteed by B- F. Keesling., The XVroajr Sld« of Readers, have you passtM th« meridian Are TOUT ] ulnis y««ng stiff, .vour muscles and sinews losing their elasticity? Are you troubled with lumbago? Aie sou. la short, la uaiiy or occasional receipt ol any of tdose admonitions wliich nature giv<« to remind people tliat they are growing old? IIso, trracourseofHostetrer's Stomach Bltwrs, « man genial and agreeable inltlpitor o" the UiflnuIUes -ot age, a rapid ?ro- n;otor o£ convalescence, and nn effectual means of counteracting bodilr deal), Gootl digestion, sound sleep, a bearty : appetite, freedom from rnearaatlc twinges ai>d among the benign frnlts that spring from the regular and parslstent use ofthts superbtonlc and corrective, which has received the unaualiQed sanction ol tie medical Intensity. Give It the fair trial that It deserves, and you will Be RT.iteM for this advice. Are yoj made miserable by indigestion, dizzeness, loss of appetite, ;>•}!• low skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posi: tive cure. Guaranteed by B. F. Keesling. The Rev- George H. Thayer, ol Bourbon, Ind.. says; "Both myself and wife owe our lives to Sbiloh's consumption cure.'' Guaranteed by B. F. Keesliug. To counteract the desire for strong, drink, take Simmons' Liver Resrala lor. Shilo'u's Cure, will immediately re lievo 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. Price 50 cents. Guaranteed by B. F. Kees- Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. — A positive cure for catarrh, diphtheria and canker mouth. Guaranteed by B. F Kceslicg. Nobody need suffer from languor and melancholy, take Simmons' Liver Regulator. t'tmj;Iifi'K it/carts t<i Consumption. Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at oncu Children Cry for Pstcher's Castoria. Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence sexual weakness, pimples, cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free ut B. F. Keesling- s. Nobody will suffer with liver or kidney disease if they take Simmons' Liver Regulator. A ilorribli 1 Itaili-usiii A<'<ji<U::»t It is a daily chronicle in bur papers; also the death of some dear friend, who hn.s died with consumption, whereas, if he or she had taken Otto's Cure for throat and lung diseases in time, life would have been rendered happier and perhaps saved. , Heed the warning! If you have a cou£h or any affection of the throat and lungs call at Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street, sole agent, and get a trial bottle free. Large size 50 cents. , Nobody can have dyspepsia or biliousness if they take Simmons 1 Liver Regulator. and Facial Massage for removing wrinkles is at the present day attracting 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 O/ ladies however prefer purchasing a bottle of Blush of Roses Massage Oil which. lasts two months lor §1. Full directions for Face Massage and Steaming tha face accompany each bottle. Circulars free. For sale by B. F. K.ees- ling and J. L. Hanson. Why will ypu cough when Shiloh'a cure will give immediate relief. Price JOc., 50c. and $1. Guaranteed cy B. F. Keeslincr. _ Nobody can be troubled with constipation or piles if they take Simmons Liver Regulator. \Vcc-n see was a. C^i!-J-,c:;.iC7:-J ;'<,,- • TChea sho became Miss, sSe <,."•'•>'*'. *-•'• Wliea she had CMldrca. she iyive i!..-.> For dyspepsia and liver complain you have s. r-vinted guarantee on every bottle of r .nloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to .lire. Guaranteed by B. F Children Cry for PStefcfer'8 Castoria. Biliousness, constipation, torpid liver, etc. , cured by Dr. Miles' Ner- vine. Samples free at, B. F. Keesing's " , Family JJedlcine J3Iovc» the Ever 1 .- day. Most people z; o ed 10 use Short breath, palpitation, pain chest, weak and faint spells, etc. cared, by Dr. Miles' Xe-.v Heart Care Sold at*B. F. Kseslingr's.

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