Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 12, 1892 · Page 2
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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, October 12, 1892
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THE CAMPAIGN. Fusion Indorsed by the Democrats of Minnesota. The Names of Four Third Party Electors Substituted for a Like Number on Their Own Ticket. Castoria is Dr. Samuel PitcJier's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless sul/stitsite for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee- is thirty years' uso by 3ullions of mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverisliaess. 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, gifts' healthy and natural sleep. Cas=> toria is tho Children's Panacea—the Mother's Fri most Castoria. " Cantor].-! is an excellent medicine for children. Mothers have- repeatedly told mo of its good cflt-'ct upon their children." Dr.. G. C. OSCOOD, Lowell, Mass. " Castor::; is the b*j^c rcnicdy for children of h-hich I ftm r.coij~inted. I hope tho day is not far distant when mothers will consider tho real interest of their children, ;iad uso Costoria instead oi the variousquocl; nostrums which arc- destroying their loved ones, byforcinsopium, morphine, soothing: syrup and other hurtful agents down their throa'r., thereby St'sdin™ tliem to premature graves." D:t. J. F. KiKcrtELOc, CO!iv.-ny, Ark. Tie Centaur Conpsay, 77 Murray Street, NOTZT York City. Castoris " Gas-tori: 1 , is so r-ell niiajitf d to children that I recommend it .IS superior to any prescription known to in*-." II. A. ARCHES, IL D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. Y. " Our physicians in tho children's department have spoken highly of their esperi- euco in their outside practice with Castoria, cud although -wo only have among on: iiicdical supplies what is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that the cjerits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon it." UNITED IIospiTii A^O DISPEIISAHY, Boston, Mass. C. SMITH, Prfs,, PURCHASED A FORTUNE. for tho Sam of 810,000 Riches Amount Ing: to 83,000,000 Arc Obtained. WiLKESEAr.p.E,Pa. ,0ct. 11.—Archibald Smith of this city recently, in company with a friend named Lyman, obtained un option on the purchase o: 250 acres of land in Scluiylkill -county, this state. Smith is civil engineer and, after a thorough examination of the tract, discovered indisputable evidences of the existence of a mammoth vein of anthracite coal beneath the tract Drilling was resorted to, and a few clays ago a cove of IT feet was taken ont and the full thickness of the scam was then not fully shown. According to careful estimates, if the mammoth vein exists under the whole area, as it really seems probable, the tract which cost them 510,000 is now worth not less than £8,000,000 to Smith and Lyrnan, who •were both men of small means. RULERS MEET. William, of Gorinnuy, Visits Francis Jo »ei>h, of Austria. VIENNA, Oct. 11.—Emperor William arrived at tho railway station here at noon. Emperor Francis Joseph, a number of high military officials and several of the ministers awaited his coming. As soon as tho train bearing 1 the German emperor had come to a stop in the station his majesty sprang to the platform. The emperor of Austria stopped forward, aud tho two rulers threw their arms about each other and kissed repeatedly. After salutations were exchanged with the other notabilities present the emperors entered a carriage and were driven to the imperial chateau at Schonbrunn, which lies 1}4 miles from tho southwestern boundary of the city. The entire route from the railway to Schonbrunn was lined •with people who gave the German emperor an enthusiastic welcome. Three Men Killed, COLUMBIA, S. C.. Oct. 11.—By tho derailment of two empty box cars being pulled by an engine on the Charleston, Sumtcr & Northern railroad in the suburbs of Bennottsville Monday evening 1 Boyd Farley, James Mitchell and Charles Owen were instantly killed, and Yardmaster W. D. Polk, Anderson Whitten and Edward Powell were severely injured. All were colored em- plo3 - es except Polk. Dr. Uarr .Dropped uetui. WASHINGTON, Oct. 11.—Dr. Samuel L. liarr dropped dead Monday night. He came here from South Dakota to attend the grand army encampment and was just about to return home when death overtook him. He was a prominent mason and member of the G. A. E. Fatal Accident :it Athletic Games. PALIIYF.A, N. Y., Oct. 11.—At the field g-ames tho sixteen-pound shot, which ~arl Chapman was throwing, slipped :rom his hand and went crashing through the crowd. It struck Kittle Sullivan, a 7-yeav-old girl, on the head, crushing her skull. Poisoucil by Impure Milk. INIMANAPOLIS, Ind,, Oct 11.—Saturday lust a large quantity of milk was purchased by the officials of the deal and dumb institute, and the cooks used it in making potato soup. The soup was served at dinner and thirty-five of the inmates ate of it, more or less heartily. Within an hour afterward they .were all taken with violent nausea and purging, and for awhile it was thought that some of them"would die. Prompt medical attention carried them all be yond the danger point, but several are still quite sick from the effects of the meal. It was at first supposed that the poison was occasioned by the iact that paris green had been used to kill the bugs on the plants, but an examination of tho milk developed the fact it was impure, and the physicians now attribute the sickness to it. Only a small quantity of the milk could he obtained for analysis, but this was enough to demonstrate that it was impure aud poisonous to the system. '' ;SIoncment to Leonard CHICAGO, Oct 11.—A monument upon the grave of Leonard Washburne in Clinton, Ind., will be unveiled next Sunday. Washburne was the Inter Ocean baseball reporter who was killed in a railroad accident at Crete, Ind., in October, 1S91, in company with two other newspaper men. The mon- Timent is of dark blue granite, quarried at Barre, Vt. The two bases are ham- mer'dressed and the die has bsen given a high oolish. * An Experienced Arcnitecc. Architect—About what size would yon like? Gottrich—It need not be large. have few friends. Architect—Ah, but you -will have plenty friends when your new house is Sone.—-N. Y. house I THE MAfiKETS. Grain, Provisions, Etc. CHICAGO, Oct 11. FLOUR— Steady. Spring wheat patents, ft 10 Q4.50; Rye, fS.-10i2i3.00; Winter wheat patents, M.0058110; Straights, 53.M@3.T3. WHEAT—Ruled weaker. No, " cash, 72-JJ© 3J.£c; December, 75?4®7Cc, ana May, SO^QSl^c- COHN—Moderately active and weak No. 2> y@-12Mc; No. 2 Yellow, 42?i©42^c; No! 3, !^@-ll?j;c; No. 3 Yellow, 41?ic; October, «'.;© ?io; December, -ISS-i-lc; Slay, H^&v^a. HYE—Was steady. No 2 cash, SCfic:" Octo- jer, ss-'-c; November, C7c, ana December 57; B c. Co. 3 by sample, 46353c. BAKLKI-— Good barley in fair demand and steady; common to poor salable, yet easy. New by sample, common to fair, 35@-J5c; good 4S@52c, and choice, 53@5Sc; fancy, 60@05c. MESS POKK—In rather pood request, with freo offerings. Market active and prices irregular. Quotations range at Sll.S7ii@ll.50 for cash; Sll.37KlEll.40 for October; Sll.32w@ii.ia lor November, and E12.70@12.75 for January. LABD—In fair demand and offerings moderate. Prices highpr. Quotations range at ja<IO @S.45 lor cash; SS.40QS.-15 forOctobcr; S7.5ft8"55 lor November, and Sr.l7'/j@7.:si; for January. LITE POULTRY—Per pound:" Chickens 3@> B&c; Turkeys, S®llc; Ducks, S!«a9Hc; Geese, SiOOQT.OO per dozen. BUTTEU—Creamery, 15®C5c: Dairy, 14@2lc; Packing Stock, 13@Hc. OILS—Wisconsin Prime White, T^c; Water White, TJic: Michigan Prime White, Oc; Water White, 9c: Indiana Prime White, 8*£c; Water White, 9'ic; Headlight, 175 test, S|,;c; Gasoline, S7 aeg's, I2c; 74 deg's, Sc; Naphtha, 63 dec's, 6^0, LIQUORS—Distilled Spirits quoted on th9 basis ot 51.15 per gaL for finished goods. NEW YORE, Oct 11. WHEAT—Active and weak. December, Sljjc' May, S75£c. CORN—Active. November, 5Ic. OATS—Dull and weak. November, SGXc; December, ~*io; western, 34;-i@47«c. PKOVKIOSS — Beer— Steady. "EXtra mess, !C.25©e.75. Pork—Firm. New mess, 512.75© 13.00; old mess, -JH.75@12.00. Lard—Quiet and Urns; 58,00, TAKES FP.OM THE TICKET. ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 11.—The sensational incident of the in Minnesota occurred at 2:30 Monday afternoon when Peter J. Smallev, secretary of the democratic state central committee, appeared at the secretary's office at the state capitol and filed the names of the candidates of his party for presidential electors. A scrutiny of the list revealed the fact that four of the democratic presidential electors, D. E. Hibbs, A. L. Sackett, James Brown and John C. Oswald, had been withdrawn and four Weaver electors substituted in their stead. This is the last day for the Sling of nominations, and consequently no further changes can be made. Didn't 3Xakc a Trade. The managers of the populist cam-, paign deny that they had a hand in any deal. They say it is a, purely voluntary action on the part of the demo crats. Chairman Lewis Baker,- ot' the democratic state central committee, \vas asked Monday afternoon if the substitution of the people's party electors was the result of a conference between his committee and that of the people's party. He replied: "No, we have had no conference whatever. Three or four of our electoral candidates, Messrs. Hibos, Sackett and Oswald, tendered their resignations to tho committee for the reason that they were connected with national banks. Mr. Brown, the fourth man who withdrew, gave as his reason pressing business matters which occupied his entire attention. Our committee then unanimously decided to 1111 ine vacancies by substituting the people's party nominees, lor we are sura that if elected they will not vote for Harrison." Fears a .Revolution. MOKJUSOX, 111., Oct. 11.—Gen. John C. Black, of Chicago, addressed an audience here Monday afternoon. He spoke upon the subject of the tariff and the force bill. His main argument was an attack on the republican policy of protection. He bitterly denounced the force bill, and said that if Harrison was elected the force bill would be passed and it would be the beginning of a revolution. ^Zcrmons Will Zs'ot Vote. BOISE, Idaho, Oct. 11.—The dispatch sent out from this place to the effect that the Mormons will vote at the coming election is without foundation. The Mormons will make no effort to vote at this election, no matter what action the courts may take. The republican party, in its state platform, has pledged itself to repeal the law disfranchising the Mormons at the next session of the legislature, and they prefer to a-wait this action rather than risk any possible future contest. Senator Dubois, now in this city, who understands the political situation, and sspecially the status of the Mormon question, better, perhaps, than any man in the state, says the Mormons will not attempt to vote this year. GOT. Pock Issues a Call. MILWAUKEE, Oct. 11.—At a late hour Monday afternoon Gov. Peck issued a call for a special session of the legislature for the purpose of making a new reapportionment of the stats. He names Monday evening, October 17, as the time for it to convene. The call is a short and formal affair and differs from the call issued several months ago in so far that it contains a clause which -will enable the legislature to amend the election laws so that legal notice can be made prior to election day. TURKISH MARRIAGE. A Ceremony In Which. Xcitlier rove K or Preference Has 3Iach to Do. In every country a- wedding is considered a very solemn ceremony, and is usually celebrated with great pomn and rejoicings: nor in this do Turks differ at all from the rest of the world. To them also a wedding is an occasion for much pleasure, and though, it can hardly be called binding, it is still believed by them to be a solemn and awful action. For the young girl -who is 1 leaving a home in which she has remained all her life, with the character of whose inmates she is well read, and where she has been treated with unfailing kindness, to beg-in a new life, side by side with a man whose tastes, character, or habits she knows nothing whatever, and whom she has onh- seen by stealthy glances through a latticed window, marriage can only be a, source of unmitigated .anxiety. .She is literally taking a jump in the dark without the least means of knowing- where she will land. Her father lias chosen for her. and her only course is to believo in his wisdom. 2Cor is this her only source of trouble; She knows that her husband has never seen her. either through a window or otherwise, and that, while she on her side relies on her father's judgment, he has chosen nor only from hearsay and because his mother happened to ^ bo pleased with her. "Under such circumstances sh.3 may well fear that he might soon repent of his choice, and there seems to be ten chances to one that they will be-an ill-united couple. Still, strangely enough, this is a rare scciirrence in Turkey, where I have intimately known perhaps as many as twenty couples, of whom I can safely say that no more than four or five were unhappy, while when a man marries a Circassian out of his own house, whom he has been able to see daily, he usually repents of his choice before two years have passed over his head. The reason for this is obvious, though it can hardly be said to explain why Turkish marriages^ turn out happy. No European gentleman would be able to long rejoice if married to his cook, and, putting aside the question of social position, it would be absolutely the samo thing-, and even worse, as no European cook could be guilty of the ignorance displayed by a Circassian slave. A woman who cannot write her name, and whose conversation consists oaly of scandal, must be supernaturally clever to please for long a well-educated man, and supernatural cleverness is no more frequent in Cir- cassia than many other places. Still, Circassian marriages are decidedly love affairs, while very few Turks feel even a common liking before marriage for then: brides, when these happen to be of the same nation as themselves.— Nineteenth Century. 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 wlio wishes to try it. Manufactured only by the wmm RG SYRUP SAN FKANCISCO, CAI,. ^OXJISVILLE, ST. WEW YOBS, W. For salo bv all druggists Tlie Tt'ronK SItSo of Fifty. Headers, have you passed the meridian ollile? Are your joints getting stiff, your muscles and sinews losing ttelr elasticity? .ire you troubled with lumbago? Are you. In short. In dally or occasional receipt or any of those admonitions which nature gives to remind i>eop!e that they are growing old? K so, try a course of Hostetwi's Stomach Bitters, a most genial and agreeable minsator of tie infirmities of ap». a rapid pro. motor ot convalescence, and nn eflecnin! means of counteracting; bodily decaj, Good digestion, sound sleep, a hearty :.ippetlte, freedom from ruoumatlc twinges and among the benign frnlts tiiat spring from the regular and, persistent use of this superbtonlc and corrective, which Ms received tli<? unqualified sanction o£ the medical fraternity. Give It the fair trial that It deserves, and you will be grateful for this advice. Are yoj made miserable by indigestion, dizzeness, loss of appetite, yeU low skm? Sbiloh's Yitalizer is a positive cure. Guaranteed by B. F. Keesling-. The Kev George H. Bourbon, Ind., savs: Thayer, o" 'Both myself, and wife owe our lives to Sbiloh's consumption cure." Guaranteed by B. F, Kecslin£r. Three-fourths of your ailments arise from liver troubles which Liver Kc^ulator cures. Simmons' , Special Bargains, and Notices. Shilo'u's Cure will immediately re lieve croup, whooping couch and bronchitis. Guaranteed by B. F. Kees- Ihig. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Drunkenness and the craving- for liquor banished by a dose of Simmons 1 Liver Regulator. WHAT GENIUS IS DOING. ffcreil lij- Lopmsjiort Merchants, Wants and Clinrch, Society, Railroad and Miscellaneous Notices. JPeusionis. Prompt, attention given all claims for pension, increase of pension, bounty or any other war claims. Pa:-_-at solicitors and general U. S. claim agents—20 years experience. Address or call. BAKKON & WAITERS, Johnson Block. 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 ana canker mouth. Guaranteed by B. F Keeslicsr. TOLEDO, o., Oct. 11. \VHEAT-LoTver, quiet. No. 2 cash ami October, 7!Kic; December, 70iic; May, SSyc. COKX—Lower and dull >To. - cash and October, -lie. OATS—Steady. Cash, SSc. KTE—Quiet. Cash, SSc. CLOVZKSEED—Lower, active. Prime cash, October and November, S&-SO; December, S5.45. "TERRORIZED BY MADNESS. Hydrophobia Creaks Gut. A:;ione Farm Animals in O3ilo. SFKIX-GFIELD, O., Oct. 11.—Farmers in the vicinity of South Charleston are terrorized over a frightful outbreak of madness which, is afflicting- stock. YV"m. Copeland's dog three weeks ago went mad and bit a hog 1 , which was in turn, afflicted with hydrophobia Snnday, Monday a fine mare went mad, bit eight horses and tore h»ge pieces of flesh from her own body. The state reterinary surgeon has been sent for. The President will Sot Alien d. WASHINGTON, Oct 11.—The president has decided that he will be tmable to go to Kew York at all during the Columbus celebration, and has requested Vice President Morton to represent him on all occasions. This final decision is based upon the report of the doctor after visiting Mrs. Harrison at 1 p. in., and is thus significant of Mrs. Harrison's condition. CLEVEL.OTD, 0., Oct. IL PETBOLETTM—Quiet S. \v., 110, 6^c; 74Bas- eline, 7c; S6 gasoline, lOc; 63 naphtha, C^c. LJTO Stock. CHICAGO, Oct. IL CATTLE—Market moderately active and feel- ins steady. Quotations ranged at $195© 5.50 lor choice to eztra shipping Steers: S4.S5®4.M for good 10 choice do.; S3.TO ©ISO fair to good: ?310©3.GO for common to medium do: 53.0033.75 for butchers' Steers; ?iOO®S.OO for Stocked: SL25@iT5 for Texas Steers; SXSOQSSO for Sansre Steers; S3.WQ3.S) for Feeders; fl.73.ai75 for Coirs: J1.75@i50 for Bulls, and S-J.S52.3.35 for Veal Carres. HOGS—Market ratter active. Oaezcd firm. but later ruled easy. Sales rixiea at 54.15 Sa.SS for Pigs: Sx05©5.70 Tor "l-t-h;; £4.90 3*13 for rough packing: S3.GT.Jj5.uji ror reived. £•.:<: fo.L'O'i.tJ.Tj. for heavv ;i3.ci:i^-".3a verj Suggestive. Yonnpr Mr. Dolley—How lovely those fleecy white clouds look lying against that blue sky. Miss Flypp—Yes, indeed. They look like delicious ice cream on great blue saucers, Dolley—Y-e-s—er, would you like some cream, MissPlypp? Miss Flypp—Don't care if I do. How kind of you to suggest it, Mr. Dolley. .~ Brooklyn Life, VEST acceptable mirrors arc now made of wood in Germany. The wood is treated to a chemical bath, after which it may be polished to shine like silver. A co^n?Axr has been organized in Chicago for the purpose of supplying coiu- pressed air as a motive power to machinery. The company hopes to offer a practical solution to the smoke nuisance, IT is stated that a Paris firm of glass- makers has produced some porous glass to be used for window panes. The pores are too fine to permit of draught, but cause a healthy ventilation in a room. A MP.S. IXGBAM has invented an arrangement whereby a passenger in an ordinary railroad coacli can enjoy a night's rest. A panel is placed in tha side of the car that can be let down at night fitting the space between the seats. SJIEET-IEOX kites, to enable a vessel when in distress during a storm to communicate with the shore, have been suggested. It would be a curious experiment. Of course, sheet-iron can be made as thin or thinner than writing paper. nno (TOS Itl^Ilt V.'ltll Hl^L. He (at eleven p. m.)—Do .you ever, 3uss Tirzah. feel a vague, indescribable longing to be far from the madding crowd's ignoble strife; to be seaues- trated from the toil and turmoil of the great world's unceasing activity; to fly away into No Man's Land, where nature communes in silence, where the rocks and the mountains are dumb, •where the lofty arch of the incfrable azure "bends in stilly genuflexions above the silent earth; to be alone, Miss Tirzah; alone with your own thoughts? Miss Tirzah (yearnfully)—Indeed, I do, Mr. Profundis. I've felt that way for the last hour.—Detroit Free Press. Excursion via Pennsylvania Line. To Indianapolis on October 12th to loth, for Union Veteran Legion, at 82.35 for the round trip, good to return until October 16th. To Anderson on October 10th and 14tb, for races; at ?1.75,for round trip, good to return until October 15. Democratic Barbecue at I'eru. On Wednesday, October 12, for the sccommodation of those desiring 1 to attend, the Wabash Railroad Company will run special trains leaving Logansport at 9:18 a. m., 10:30 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Additional coaches wil] also be put on regular trains. Returning 1 trains will leavo Peru at 6 p. m. , S p. m. and 10:15 p. m. Fare, 30 cents for round trip. C. G. NEWELL, Agent, Pleasant to the taste and readily taken is Simmons 1 Liver Regulator. It cures heartburn. CouKlilnST learts to Consumption. Kemp's Balsam will stop tho cough at onco ChiidrenCryfor Pitcher's Castoria. Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence sexual weakness, pimples, cured by Dr. jMiles' Nervine. Samples free at JB. F. Iveesling 3. World's Fair Excursions via aylvnuia Xrliics Oct. I'Jsh to 22a. Excursion tickets to Chicago for the Dedicatory Ceremonies of the Columbian Exposition and World's Fair will be sold at reduced round trip rates, from principal ticket stations on tho Pennsylvania lines, October 19th, 20tb, 21st and 22d, valid to return until October 24th. For details please apply to nearest ticket agent. Pennsvlvania J11-.2 —Little Tommy was making 3. dreadful racket playing that he was a locomotive letting ofi steam, ringing a hell, etc, "Tommy," said his auixt, getting in front of him. "3-011 d-ost ston this noise." Tommy stood perfectly quiet f01- a minnte, and then said: "The engineer is waiting for the old cow to get off the track." The Effect or Temperature- When the thermometer registers 100 degrees the cable which draws the cars on the East river bridge, New- York, is seven feet sis inches longer tlian -ivhen the thermometer is at zero. The same difference in temperature causes a difference of two feet and sis inches in the length of eacb.cable. oii Bonte. The Burlington route is the best railroad from Chicago --and St. Louis to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Omaha, Deadwood and Denver. The scenic line via Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Leadville, Gienwood Springs, Salt Lake City and Ogden, to all California points. All it? trains are vestibuled, and equipped with Pullman sleeping cars, standard chair cars (seats free), and Burlington route dining cars. If you are going Yvest, take the best line. TTiliiC Tillbrook Sea ot I tillbrook ol TiIcKee snort, Pn-, had 2. Scrofula 'jnnch nniier o::-_> er.r wliicl! t'.:e piiysi^an lancet! md tlien i; bjcazic a ru:i-i-s sore, and was followed Ly crvsipeins. Hi's. Tint-rook gave Mm Hood's Sarsaparlfla ilie sore L-eiled up, fce tecaine perfectly ire]! and is EOT,- a lively, robust boy. Otlier parents wliose ciSdren suffer from impure blood should profit by iiis example. HOOD'S plLLS core Habitual Constipation by taltic acdoaol tlio altoeatary < Excursion Kates via Vandalia tine. The Vandaiia line will sell round trip excursion tickets at rates named below during September and October, 1892, for the following- occasions: ST. LOCIS EXPOSITION A5J> FAIE. During the Exposition, every Menday and Thursday, September 8th to October 20th, inclusive, round trip tickets for one and one-third fares. During the Fair tickets vrill be sold, October 1st to Sth. inclusive, at one fare for the round trip. HARVEST EXCCTESIOXS TO THE WEST, SORTH AMJ SOUTH. On October 25th, 1392, 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 line or the undersigned. These excursion.'! are open to the public generally. Don : t fail to'take advantage of the extremely low rates as above. J. M. CHESBEOUGH, Ass't Gen 1 ! Pass'r Agt.. j St. Louis, Mo. One dollar a year will cover your' doctor's bill it you take Simmons' Liver Regulator. Gla<l TidiuuM. The grand specific for the prevailing malady of the age, dyspepsia, liver complaint, rheumatism, costiveness, , general debility, etc., is Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer. This great herbal tonic stimulates the digestive organs, regulates the liver aud restores tho system to vigorous health and energies. Samples free. Large packages 50 cents. Sold only by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street. Great Triumph. Instant relief experienced and. -a, peraancnt cure by the most speedy and greatest remedy in the world— Otto's cure for throat and lung diseases. Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lucgs with that terrible hacking cough when Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street, sole agent, will furnish you a free sample bottle of this great guaranteed remedy? Its success is sirSply wonderful, as your druggist will tell you. Otto's Cure is now sold in every town and village un this continent, Samples free. Large bottles 50 cents. Why will you cough when SMlon's cure will give immediate relief. Price 10c., 50c. and $1. Guaranteed ly B. F. Keesling. Belief that you "can't be cured" is a symptom of dyspepsia." Take Simmons' Liver Regulator. When Baby TTM sick, wo gave her C."j'-or:i Wnen she was a. Child, sbe cried rorC~u-;..-i 'Wlen she became illss, she- clcn~ to C.;s' ••'When shs had CMldren, she rave thi'^ Cr.s; . For dyspepsia and liver complain you have a tn-inted guarantee on every bottle of r jiloh's Vitalizes It never fails to jure. Guaranteed by B. F Children Cry for Pitchfer ? s Castorte. Biliousness, constipation, torpid liver, etc.. cured by Dr. Miles' JJer- vine. Samples free at B. F. Keesing-s- Family Medicine Sloven tlie Bo welti Every day. Most people rie-ed. to use it Short breath, palpitation, pain chest, weak and faint .spells,' etc, 1 cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure I Sold at B. F. Keesling's.

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