Item* From the Xotebook of Onr Railway Keporier-Pelntu Fer- senal anil Otherwise. Ttie express agent «* Losantville has been robbed of company goods three times quiterecently.altogetder costing him §300. Koberr Bright, freight brakeoian on the Chicago & Atlantic Line, caught bis foot in a frog at Bobo, and the train cut off both legs. Gen'l. Supt. Watts will remove his family to Pittsbnrg next week. Mr Watts will occuy a beautiful home at Edsjeworth, a charming suburb of the once smoky city. At the Ticket Agents' Convention, in Cleveland. Friday, the Chicago & Alton and the Union Pacific route •was selected their next annual meeting, at Deuver, Colorado. W J Flunnelly has been appointed representative of the 3S T ew York. Central in this, territory, vice KG. Jenkins, resigned. Mr. Flannelly has for some years been on the Wabash road. Frank Shepard, superintendent of motive power of the Pennsylvania road, will, it is said.be promoted to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of R -bert E. Pettit, Cneneral Superintendent. Thomas Scott, jr., son of the late Thomas A. Scott, is prospecting in Florida, for the building of a large system of roads. One is to be built between Kissimtnee and St. James City, through the Kiesiuime valley. Conductor Joe Kinney now shakes hands with every passenger that gets on his train and otherwise conducts himself like a man who is perfectly satisfied that marriage is not a failure a!l on account of a sweet faced baby girl who arrived at his home a few days ago. The understanding: seems to be that the Central Traffic Association will grant the request of the Lake Shore road, that it reduce the rate on provisions 5 cents per 100 pounds, Chicago to the. seaboard. This done, doubtless rates on other classes of freight will be reduced. A good deal of talk is heard of what has been accomplished on the Ohio & Mississippi road in the way of advancing wages of its employes of late, 'JUT investigation will show- that the company has simply advanced the pay of their men to the standard of other roads. The Lake Erie & Western, the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton, and the Queen and Crescent, in connection with the East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia lines, would make a great and valuable system of Korth- ren and Southern lines, if operated in the interests of the Brice syndicate, "3.i general manager of the New- York Sew Haven & Hartford road.L. B Tuttle is to receive $12,000 a year. As chairman of the passenger de- nai tinent of the Trunk Line Association he received but $8,000 a year and thf position was not as pleasant a one as he has held since the first of this month. On the retirement of A. S. Crane. Jane 1. from the position of general freight agent of the Chicago & Atlantic road, the position will be left vacant for the present, the duties of Mr. Crane being looked after by &. G. Cnchrane, of the Erie road, and Geo. Ristine, general manager of the Erie fast freight lines. H C J. Pendleton, commercial agent of the Occidental fast-freight line, with headquarters at Indianapolis, has resigned, to take effect June 1. He has accepted the position of grneral Eastern agent ot the Parry Cart Company, with headquarters at Philadelphia. R. O. Crowley will take the position vacated by Mr. Pendleton. The Monon railroad company is considering the advisability of building a branch of its road from Frankfort to Lafayette to connect with the Air Line and abandoning that part of the Air line branch from Frankfort to Monon and making Imfayette the connecting point with the main line f roic Chicago to Louis. ville, thus enabling it to compete •with other roads from Lafayette for Indianapolis andCincinnatibusiness. In such a case Lafayette would be made the headquarters for all the the divisions of the road, bringing a large number of trainmen there to reside, to say nothing of large repair shops which would necessarily follow , wherever the division headquarters are established. A number of officials of the Monon while at Lafayette last week had the matter -under consideration, and the project •was considered by them quite feasible. The leading topic of conversation among railroad employes now is the federation of the several brotherhoods of railroad employes. The grand union meeting to be held at Indianapolis one week from to-day in chiefly to encourage such federation. The idea is that the men jiiay become better acquainted with each other mid be led to believe that their interests are mutual. It ia now thoosht that the Order of Railway Conductors and the Brotherhood of Kail way Conductors will be consolidated, and that they will federate •with the different railroad organizations. The Engineers' Brotherhood IH gradually working in that direction,they being the only brotherhood -which has given th'e federation scheme but little support. On the same date that the grand union meeting is held at Indianapolis similar meetings are to be held at other important railroad points. One will be held at New Haven, at which it is ex pected every New England and New York road will have representatives, and it is stated that it will be second in importance only to an annual convention. The absorbing question at the meeting will be federation, on which all the divisions of locomotive engineers, locomotive firemen, switchmen and brakemen in the United States are expected to vote aurl report to the grand chiefs of the respective bodies by July 1, 1830. Only on One Occasion HM lie Prepared Them Beforehand. "Col. Robert G. Ingersoll never writes out Ms speeches and does not even uso notes in the preparation of his arguments for the jury or the public," said a gentleman who formerly lived in Peoria, 111., to the Kansas City Times. "Curiously enough the speech which has brought him more fame than any other, tsado when nominating Elaine at the Cincinnati convention, was written out in full before the convention. It happened in this way: "Col. Ingersoll and his brother were at the Palmer house in Chicago. They were as opposite, in their natures as the positive and negative electrical poles. Robert was careless, trood- natured, erratic, and had always- trusted to the impulse of the moment for the finest points in his speech. Ho has aa original idea that an audience likes to watch a speaker evolve :\ thought that tha process is interest- log in itself, and that it never pays to spend too much time in preparation. Eben Ingersoll. on the other hand, was careful, conservative, studious, plodding. He could not understand his brother's oratorical genius, nod insisted that his own method was preferable. All day Eben Ingersoll hud been trying to get Robert to write out his speech, but Col. Ingersoll good- naturedly put him off. Finally the two brothers retired, and the discussion was continued in the room. At length Col. Robert Ingersoll sprang from Ms bed and exchumed : 'I wouldn't bother with it for any other living man, but to please you and keep you quiet I'll write that speech now- •' He ordered a light, a pitcber of ice water, and a cigar, and at midnight in a Chicago hotel clad only in a nightgown, the famous orator dashed off in three-quarters of an hour a speech that has passed into English clrasics, and a speech that came within an ;ice of nominating Blaine instead of Hayes in 1876. His bother was satisfied with the method pursued, satisfied with the speech as completed, and doubly satisfied with the speech as deliverer! in the Cincinnati convention." lied ia BlUUary Uniforms. European military writers are advocating the abolition of red colors in uniforms. The infantry of the British army wear red tunics, which make them a good mark for a rifleman aud help to reveal their movements at nijrht. Marshal MacMahon is in favor oi retaining-the red trousers of the French soldiers. He says that the fuss about them is altogether too great, because future fighting 1 must be at long range, and red is a color which is lost sight oi at a, comparatively ihort distance. SHOO Upward. 81OO. The readers of theSournal will be pleased to leam that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to core hi all rts stages, and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Core Is the only positive rare now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting dlrectlyupon the blood and mncous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying tho foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building np the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers, they cffler One Hundreds Dollars for any case that It fall* to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHEN BY & CO., Toledo, O. by Druggists' 75c. (may) To JJerrwiB Debllltat** M«. If you will seed us your address, we will mail you onr Illustrated pamphlet explaining .all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belt and Appliances, and their charming effects upon the nervous debilitated system, and how they will quickly restore you to vigor and manhood. Pamphlet free. If you are thus afflicted, we -will send you a belt and appliances on trial. VOLTAIC BKT/C Co., feb7d-wly Marshall, Mich. The«rcatSprinc Medicine. It will be gratifying to all who realize the vital ne essity of purifying the blood, to know that Hlbbiird's Bheomi-tlc, Syrap can be roiled upon as a blo«l medicine. Jlr. B. C. Bobluson, ot i Marshal. Mich..bays: , , Gentleman—I have suffered Intensely from Dllliousness and rheumatism for over three years, and had tried so many remedies that I had lost all laltb. Hearing of Hibbard's Rheumatic Srrup I bought a bottle and found It helped me. "have used four boHles, and it has restored my Iver and kidneys to healthy action, and done more to purify my blood than anything I have ever taken. I am pleased to recommend Is as a wonderful blood medicine. Very truly yours' B. C.Boblnson. Marshall. Mich. Sold bv druggists. Prepared only by The Charles Wright Medlclan Company' Detroit, Mich. ( * We Can and 19o guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixer Jor it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic poisoning, ulcers, eruptions and pimples. It purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds up tha constitution. For sale by Johnston & Bro. 7 A Child Killed. Another child killed by the use of opiates given in "the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give their chil- d'ren such deadly poison ss surprising when they can relieve the child of its deculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no opum or morphine. Sold by Johnston Bro. 10 A Duty t«. Xonrsels. It is surprising that people will use a common, ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for the same money Dr. Acker's English pills are a positive cure for sick headache and all Hver troubles. They are email, sweet, easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by Johnston & Bro. 9 A Safe Investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring yousatisfac- Big Unreserved Sale of Mother of Pearl Pictures. Yourself and lady are invited to attend the big-unreserved sale of Mother Pearl pictures commencing this evening at 404 Broadway, next door to the popular book store of Mrs. Jotm Marshall. Will be pleased to have you come and examine the goods whether you pnr- chse or not. Seats reserved for ladies. Col. J. A. CAIN, auctioneer. mayl3d6t Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby -was sick, we gave her Cutoria. When she iras a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she becsisa Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she had Children, sha gare them CaotoriA, A Sprlne Medicine. The druggist claims that people call daily Jor the new cure lor constipation and sick headache, di3co7ered\by Dr. Silas Lane while in the Koeky Mountains. It is said to be Oregon grape root (a great remedy in the far west lor those complaints) combined with simple herbs, and Is made for use 'jy pouring on boiling water to draw out tie strength. It sells at 50 .cents a package and is colled Lang's Family Medicine. Sample free, leod Merit Wins. We deslro to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery tor CousumpUon, Dr. Klng'a New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remeitfes that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We donot.nesltate to gua>amee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase pri e, If satisfactory results do hot follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity puiely on their merits. B.F. Keesllng Druggists, Says the SoutJu-rn Medical World: "Mother's Friend" Is growing In favor throughout the South and Is highly recommended by pliy- alclans. Wo consider It indispensable to Ibose who known they must pass through the ordeal of childbirth. Write Bradfield Beg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., forpurticulais. Sold by all druggists In Bogansport Ind. ' The children's health mu<t no' be neglected. Colds in the head and snuffles bring on catarrh and lung affections, Ely's Cream Balm cures at once. It Is .perfectly safe and Is easily up- plied into the nostrils, It also cures catarrh, t!ie worst cases yielding to It. Ilth25 Shiloh's,Cure will immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. For sale by B; P. Keesling. ' 8 ory results, or in case ot fall-ii e a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy frora advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bfln»reltef In every case, when for any an. ction Throat. Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflammation oi Lvmgs, Bronchitis. Asthm WhoouingCough. Croup, et •., etc. It Is pleasant and iucreeable to taste, pertectly safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesllng's Drugstore. » Ask Your Friend* About It. Tour distressing cough can be cured. We know it because Kemp's Balsam within the past few years has cured so many coughs and colds In this community. Its remarkable sale has been won entirely by Its genuine merit. Ask some friend who has use/1 It what he thinks of Kemp's Balsam There is no medicine so pure, iione so effective. Large bottles GCc and Si at all druggists. 2eod Is Life Wor«li Uvine not if you go through the world dys peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tab lets are a positive cuse for the worst forms of dyspepsia, indigestion, flatulency and constipation. Guaranteed and sold by Johnston & Bro. t 6 She Was Completely Cured. A daughter of my customer suHereu from sup pressed B.enstruation, and her health was completely wrecked. At my suggestion she used one bottle of Bradfleld's Female Begulator, which cured her. J. W. HELLUMS, Water Valley, Miss. Write The Bradfleld Beg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by all druggists In Logansport Ind. r 8 If you have a cold, cough, (dry hacking), croup, cankered throat, catarrh dropping, coagh. Dr. Kil mer's Indian Coagh Cure (Consumption Oil) will relieve instantly; heals and cares. Price S5c. 50c. and $1.00 For sale by B. F. Keesling. 4 HlblmrdV Rheumatic onA tivrr Fills. These Pills are sclntlflcftlly compounded, and uniform In action. No griping pnia so commonly following the use of Pills. Thry are adadted to both adultb and children with perfect safety. We guarantee they hav« no equal In the cure of SICK Headache, Constipation. Dyspepsia and Biliousness; and. as an appetizer, they excel any oilier preparation. janied&Wly Tlie Mc«Ic nf the The music of the Marseillaise hymn, formerly credited to Koug-et de Lisle, the writer of the words, was composod by Jean ltap!i~le Liiclen Grison, a noted composer of ch'tiroh music who was choirmaster of the uaUiedrnl of St. Omer, in the l':n de Calais, from 1776 to 1787. During this time he composed an oratorio called "Esther," tho test of which was taken from Kacine'a Inagedy of the samu name. The first number, entitled "Tha Do- famaliou." contains note for note the melody of the Marseillaise, so that Grisoa's composition was written ut lea t five years before the iKitiormi hymn of Houget de Lisle. When on'tlii? Hicli H«as. On thn rail, on n steamboat, aboard n ftahlng smack, or yatchiiig on the coast. Kostetter's Stomach Bitters will be found a reliable means of averting and relieving ailments to which travelers, marines an'd emigrants are peculiarly subject. Sea Captains, ship doctors, voyagers or sojouraers In ti;e tropics, and all about to enter unaccllmated. an unaccustomed or dangerous climate, should not neglect to avail themselves of this safeguard of well ascertained and long-tried merit. Constipation, biliousness, malaria; fever. Indigestion, rueuinutl.sm and affections of the bladder and kidneys ar" among the ailments which It eradicates, and It may be resorted to not only with confidence In Its remedial effl acy, but also In its perfect freedom from every objectionable Ingredient, sine? It Is derived frum the purest and most salutary sources. It i ounteracts tlio effects of unwholesome food and water. 13to2u A Chance for a Kortnne Wltlioat IVork. Great curiosity was shown as to who was favored bj'FortuneIn the Grand Monthly Draw- Ing of the Louisiana State, lottery at New Orleans on Tuesday (always Tuesday) April 15. Gen.U G. T. Beaoregard of La. and Jubal A. Early of Va. as usual gave their personal attention to the enl!re distribution. Ticket No 21.303 drew the First Capital Prize or f-'SM.CK.'O. It was sold In twentieths at 81-00 each. One was held by Mr?, if. Tandy, Xvack, N. Y.: nnd Jno, S. Lewis, Merlden. Conn.: one collected through First National Bank. .Jersey City, K. J.; one held by A. S. Anderson. Chicago. 111. one by Bell & Evsters Bank. Bank. Duluth, Minn.; one by Otis Edwards, Boston. Mass.; one by a Correspordeiit. Verdi. Nevada: one by Phillip Relchweln. Indla- napoli.!.Ind.: one by Higgd, Conway, Ark.; etc. Ticket No. 27,9!)4 drew the Second Capital Prize of SlOti.Ufl", also sold in twentieths. One to Mrs. Bernard Manning. 1011 Walnut St., St. Louis Mo.; one to .lames Forest. Pblladelohla. Pa.; ono to Metropolitan National Bank. Chicago, 111.; one to PJchard Fitzpatrick. 318 Apple St. Peoria, 111.; one 11. A. Vlalle: Boston, Mass.; one to E. D. Os- eood. Boston.•Mass.; one to C. H. Thul, Chicago, 111.; one to Kr.inklln Bank, St. Lirals, llo.; one to Tb s. Carty. Cortland, N. Y.; etc. Ticket l\o. 41 .on drew the Third CapitJil Prize of $50,(HJ<) sold in twentieths. One tow. IL Durham, 221 So. Front St., Philadelphia. Pa.; one to Anglo-Call- fomlan Bank. San 1-ranclsco, Cal.: one to O. Montgomery. S) Bunker Building. Kansas City, Mo.; one to'L. L. Saah, Chicago, ill.: one to M. F. Tabler, Korbone, Mo.: one to Alexander Co., National Hank. Cairo. III.: one to R. B. Warden, 876 Dauphiiie St. New Orleans. La.; etc. Ticket Ko.71.OSS drew the Fourth Capital Prlzeof £.26,W», It was sold in twentieths also, one to * Correspondent through Wells t-argo & Go's. Bank, Sail Francisco, Cal.; one to Mrs. CoL Grajson Tyler, Buckland, Xa.; one to Third Natlona! Bank, Louisville, Ky.; one to Robt. H. Dorsey, Station F. Cincinnati, Ohio; etc. All Information desired can be had on application to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La. A PUZZLE IN PHILOSOPHY. Be Sure II yon have raada tip your mind to fear Hood's Sarsaparilla Uo not be inuuced to take if if other. Hood's BarsaparQla i* a peet&ar medicine, possessing, by virtue of Its penHar combination, proportion, lad ~™~-- Oh! yo iiolyeloi.-. uray tell u.< In what latiBuaco brikemen yell a.~ Information as to every r:il.iij:ul station? Is il Choctaw. F:vnrh. or Polish. Arable, Dutch. Swiss. Mo-isollsh. Or the lauRua?'; i,t sum- nM -lime vanished nation? Is it Swwllsh or Norwegian. Or the sper-ch of Coii'^o region 1 .Is it Tartar dialect from fur Bokhara? Is ltli)ii^-«til<>mlwd Euhesian? Is it. Iln;. - '> I'ol.v!!<:->!anV Or a patois t'.iul's but I:n.'),v!i in Comieinara? Whsitp'ci-ton.^iK' tl-.-j.v are employing Tho translutlnn t> :ir.noyins. AnrI quite fre-nn-ntly tho wNh In us creates. Let our minds !»' longer puzzled. That the brake-men mipht be muzzled Till they leurn to vocalize I 1 • ited States. —S«w York Vress. Tl>o ITrvi.lU-f. Ca.'ler—is Mr. .Jones in? Mrs. Jones—What <Jo you want to see him for? Caller—1 have :(. liiil hero thatr— Mrs. Jones—lie ain't In, ho— Caller (continuing!— That I wished to pay him aud as I require his own signature to tho receipt I will call at some other time. , , , curative power superior to any other article! A Boston lady who knew what she waottt and whose dimple Is worthy li»Stttion,t«i|j her experience below: To Get " In one store where I went to bay Hoofs Sarsaparilla the cleric tried to induce me bty their own instead of Hood's; lie toldmethelrt would last longer; that I might tateitoatm days* trial; that If I did not like it I need not pay anything, etc. But he could not prcnfl on me to change. I told him I knew wail Hood's Sarsaparilla vra*. I had taken It, was catLsfled vrith It, and <lid not want any other. Hood's "When I began taking Hood's I was feeling real miserable, suffetkj a great deal vrith dyspepsia, and eo weak that at times I could hardly stand. I looked, and had for some time, like a person In COB- sumption. Hood's Sarsaparilla did me w much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my friends frequently speak ot It" HBC. BLLA A. Gorr, 61 Terrace Street, Boston. Sarsaparilla Bold bj all draggUU. f1;iiz<orfj. Prepared 0)7 »j C. L HOOD A CO., ApothecariM, LowoQ, KML IOO Doses One Dollar .nervous debility, po- r memorv diffidence, seiual weakness, pimples,' cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samules free at B. F. Keesliag'g. i; Borklen'H ArnlraSalve. The Best Silve In the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bhe.um. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Cnllblalns Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guara-teed to give perfect satisfaction, or nKmry refunded. Price 25 cents per box. FOB SALE BY B. F. Keesllng. (lj) Or. Henlry's Ci-lery. B«-er stnrt Iron. Is a remedy every farmer should keep on hand, as it is invaluable for uiany diseases. All dealers sell it. Price $1.00. The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Beth myself and wife owe our lives to Shlloh's Consumption Cure." For gale by B. F. Keesllng. 6 Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured by Shilob's Catarrh remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by B. F. Kees- lin ^ 3 Heii'ltUIllK, lil-Uf in_;iii. t.liZXhles':'. iitir- yousuess, spasuia, sleepttsir'UKSS. cured by Dr. Mil**' Nervine ~aiuple» fr»» at B. F. K.eeBliutr'8 al Why will you cough when Shiloh's Core will give- immediate relief. Price'10 cents, 50 cents and fl. For sale by B. F. Keesling. 7 Ad-rtce to Mother*. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp, for children teething, is the prescription of one of the best female nurses and physicians in the United States, and lias been used for forty years with never-failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value is InoalculaDle. It relieves the cruld from pain, cures dysentery and diar- rhrea griping in the bowels, and wind colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother. Price 25 cents a bottle. junel8d-wly AHlrhJsjRn central Kail rood Employ WiBS Hi» CJ.se, after «even Y«-arn' «"«>• teft. While employed as agent of the Michigan Central Railroad Company, at Augusta. Mich., my kidneys became diseased, and from an impoverished and Impure state of the blood, my general health was entiiely underminded. I consulted the leading physicians of this city and Ann Ajbor, and all nronounced my case Brlght's disease, in •October"^! began taking Hibbarrt's Rheumatic Syrap. and am to-day a well man.. Itaffords me pleasure to render suffering numanlty any Boodtliatl can, and 1 nishto say that I thlnklt the greatest blood, kidney and llrer medicine in lh9 £°lSztlere,Agent U. C. H. R.. Albion Mich. Sold by all druggists. Prepared only by Charles WrightifedictueCo.,Detroit, Mich. 1 Opinion «f a lendli'sr KrtH»r. Almost all the diseases that affiict us from infancy to old age have their origin in a disordered liver. A really good liver medicine isth« most important in the whole range of pharmacy. We believe Simmons Liver Regulator to be best among them all. We pin our faith upon the Regulator, and if we conld persuade every reader who is in ill health to buy it, we would willingly vouch for the benefit each «mld receive.—Ed. Cin. Gazette. IltolS i'aa't ttleep Xi«litH IB the complaint of thousands suffer Ing from asthma, consumption, congus, etc. Did yon ever try Dr. Ackers English Remedy? It is the best preparation known for all lung troubles. Sold on a positive guarantee at 25 cents and 50 cents by John ston & Bro. ^ . ° The farmers, in their swamps, we're sure Could find the roots and plants that cure, U by their knowledge they only knew Kor just the disease each one grew. Take courage now. and "Swamp-Hoot' try, [for kidney, liver and bladder complaints] As on this remedy you can rely. For sale by B. F. Keesling dwtf Beautiful Delightful. Equal to any Imported beer made. EDELWEISS! TRY THE Logan sport Brewing Co.'s Edelweiss Beer ; made from the best imported hops, and the finest select malt to be had. Warranted Pure and Old. On draught in all places to-day. ft SAIL IN AND SEE US! THIS WEEK. We will give you a Ladies' Button Slice for $ *>0 Ladies' patent top lace shoe for .... ' Men's velvet slippers for Men's Congress shoes for ... .... * Men's working shoes for .. .... .... 1 00 Tour pick out of the store of Puritan calf goods tor 2 00 lace, Button, Congress, this week only CHICAGO SHOE STORE, 403 ;Broadway, Logansport. A. R. SHKOYEB, formerly «f Slliott, Shroyer it Co., Logansport. C. M. CROSS, formerlv «iUi ScunmJl 4 Co., Indianapolis, !»•• Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure is sold by <M on a guarantee. It cures Consumption. For s» } ° by B. P. Keesling. 4 Syrup White Pine and Tar will im mediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. For sale by B. F. Keesling jan35d-w4m Sleepless nights, made miserable by that, terrible cough. ShUoh's Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by B. P.Keesling. _^ « That hacking cough can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. "We guarantee it. For sale by B.- F. Keesling. 1 Croup, whooping cough and bronchitis •immediately relieved by Sliiloh'a Cure. For sale by B. F Keesling. _ m ' 5 Mononghala rye whisky at $2 per gallon, at Martin Bligh's, 305 Market street, febllwly SHROYER & CROSS, Jobbers of Imported, Key West and Domestic Cigars, Cigarettes, Etc., Etc., No. 21, West Maryland Street, Indianapolis FRED DYKEMAN Repraeents the above, firm in surrounding towns. - 4 » SOMETHING NEW. Sterling Silver Unlaid Spoons and Porks a guarantee for 25 years with every set sold. I am special agent for tl.is ware, also Reed & «os- ^ and Rogers. Also. Wacthes and Jewelrev the latest out. Larget-c . Spectacles and nose Glasses in the oity twenty years experience. D. A. HA UK, The jeweler, All goods Engraved free of charge.
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