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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 2, 1896
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.CAVALRY HORSES. Gladness Comes W ith a bcttur un<lcr.<,!..Tm!itijr of the transient nutui-o of the muny physical ills, which vanish before properef- •forts—ffcntle efforts—pluuwvnt ciSorts— rightly directed. There is comfort, in the knoivledffOt that so many forms cf sickness arc not due to any actual disease, but simply to a'cptistijiatodconc"- tion of the system, which the ploasaini •family laxative, .Syrupof rigs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, ar.c 1 , is everywhere ostecmcd so highly by all who value prood health. Its beneficial effects arc dno to the fact, that itis the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without disbilitat'ag tho organs'on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene- Hcial ciYccts, to note when you pur- .chose, that yon have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the Culi- iornia Fijr Syrup Co. only «nd sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, mnd the system "is regular, laxatives or other re"rnedics are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may bo commended to the most skillful j»hysicians, but if in need of a laxative, one sh6uld havo the best, and with the •well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Tigs stands highest and is most largely •scd a nd gives most general satisfaction. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING . WITH THE VANDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. ' Beginning May 2C">th and continuing nntil about Sept. 30th the steamers of this line will make two trips each way dally between St. Joseph and Chicago, on the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. and 10:30 p. m., dally, including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 11:30 p. m., dally. Including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at 8 a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Running time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St. Joseph Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. The equipment of this line Includes the side wheel steamers City of Chicago -and City of Milwaukee (the largest and finest west of Detroit), and the newly .rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with all Vandalla trains. Tickets on sale at all Vandalla Line stations. Chicago dock foot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Army I m .cim*:ls' Rlf;ia Iniipcetltm Dlncour- ujft'H ;foticl» Duko'jii. Uruodors. John D. lliile. of TjJford, one of the; most. prominent-slouUnKMi in South Dakota, some moii't.l'ui ug'O received Uiccor.- tr:n.-t, -for 'furnishing- the Eighth cavalry a.f, Fan ."Ue.'iclc with soiuu 70 or SO horses. Xotwit.h-stii-iHiiiig'that, be visited practically every prominent, horse niuc.li in western SouJ.h Dakoba. en.-it.i-ni \\yominy and scuilJK'.-.st-crn MoirUvr.Li MI the olVort tosemire iTorsue LhiLt would pass ;.hc r-g-'.il iiisi:cctio!i, every horse so far r.iiiT.i'd in l';ir inspection has been rejucttt!. 'J'he hcx-sos ^vcre hiie very best tliat could be procnrc'd, experience hhv- hip 1 s-liown Tihom to bo the haj-dicst ani- jjisils to bo. found MI t.l!c- tjnitod Smtes. Some, of t.he horses conle'l not be j)ur- chased on UiC i-.ingo or in the ma-rkcts of Chicag'o a.nd New York for i'^DO each, .Mr. Jfalc JKIVS he oft'erud one in:in $3i!i) for H. tenni of Iinndsomep.Tr.ys, p-rovidcd they. ]Kissml the inKix;ct.ion. The anI- mul-s \ve.re KiiLimiMed, but, v.-hile the bo:nfl tidinitlcd that lii'/y u-cre a fino- Icokiupf pai.r, they were declared not •suitable for cnvri.h-y. ll'crse raisers cire discoeinij-j-^el at Mic result. CITH! say that any board t.hat holds strictly to the re- | inircHieimrof the poe'crnm-cntin t.liese:- loclion -of cnv.'i.lry horsr-s \vould not bo able to get enough horses in the whole United States to mount one cavalr.v regiment. Tho Chines* Flaff.. 'J'he llns 1 of China in or.c of tilt pcyest itniong ensiffiis- Tho. body of Uie flaj^ fen pule yellow. In the upper left hanti corner is a small red sun. Looking 1 intently at- th'C sun is a fierce Chinese drag-on. The drnp'on's belly is a brilliant red and white. 'His graen ba«k is corural with stiff: 1,-nobs, He is standing 1 on libs two hind paws and-the left forefoot. His feet ure five-toed and slightly honked. His long, fiv-o-forkcd tail stretches mvny in tiic reax. The drag-on's neck is arched back. His mouth is wide open and he looks as if he were about to try to- swallow the red sini. The T'arm* of Denmark. Out of 220,000 farms in Denmark only 3,000 arc over 2JO acres in extent and most of them are worked by their own- ors. Ty their great technical knowledge of their business and the gradual change from growing grahj to breeding 1 catt.lc and dau-y farming 1 the Danish fanners have suffered less from transatlantic competition than those.of any ol.hcr European country. Over ttic Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeled and San Francisco. •f Was discontinued April IGth.- The superior accommodations given the great number of'patrons of the above train during the past tourist season, - warrants the announcement of plana for next season of liner service with equipment superior to anything yet Jmown In transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-innugr.ratlon of "SU.NSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset Route!' In connection with the "Queen and Crescent Route" are running the only line of through tourist Pullman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and Ban Francisco. These excursions are specially conducted, and the object is to enable those who do not care to buy the first-class round trip or one way tickets, to enjoy a comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at the very low' second-class rate. For further Information, address W. H. CONNpIt, .Commercial Agt. 9. P. Co., Cincinnati, O. w. G. NEIMTER; G. w. Agt. s. p. Co., Chlcagp 7 ,ni.'-, -r B. F. MORSE.' G. P. & f. Apt. 8. P. Co., New Orleans, La. A little 111, then a little pill. The IH-has gone, the pill has won. DeWitt's Little Early Risers.the little pills that cure Ills. John. M. Johnston DON'T STOP TOBACCO How to Cure Yourself 'While Using It. The tobacco habit grows on a man until his nervous system is, seriously affected, impairing health, comfort and happiness. To quit suddenly is too severe a shock to the system, as tobacco to nn Inveterate user becomes a stimulant that his system continually craves. "Baco-Cure" Is a scientific cure for the tobacco habit, In all Us forms, carefully comppundid after the formula of an eminent Berlin physician -who has used It in his private practice since 1872, without a failure. It Is purely vegetable and guaranteed perfectly harmless. You can use all the tobacco you want while taking "Baco- Cure." It will notify you when to stop. We give a written guarantee to cure permanently any case with three boxes or refund the money with .10 per cent. Interest "Baco-Cure" Is not a substitute, but a scientific cure, that cures without the aid of will power alid with no inconvenience.' It leaves the system ns pure and free from nicotine as the day you.took your first chew or smoke. CURED BY BACO-CURE AXD GAINED THIRTY POUNDS. From hundreds of testimonials the originals ot which are on file and open to Inspection, the following Is presented: Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark,, Jan. 2S, '05. Eureka Chemical & Mfg Co., La Crosse, WlS.:—Gentlemen: For forty years I used tobacco In all Its forms. Tor twenty-five years of that time I was a great sufferer from general debility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to quit; but couldn't. I took various remedies, among others "No-To-Be" "The Indian Tobacco Antidote" "Double Chloride of Gold", etc., etc., but none of them did me the least bit of good. Finally, however, I purchased a bos of. your "Baco-Cure" and It has entirely cured nie of the haW: m all its forms, and I have Increased thirty pouiuia In weight and am relieved from all the numerous aches and pains of body and mind. I could write a quire of paper upon my changed feelings and condition. Yonrs respectfully. P. H. MARBURY, Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. Sold by all druggists at $1.00 per box; three boxes (thirty- days' treatment) $2.50 with Iron-clad written guarantee or sent direct upon receipt of price. Write for booklet nnd proofs. Eureka Chemical & Mfg Co., La Crosse, Wls., and Boston, Moss. TO CURE PILES. A Remedy Thar AViil Do It and i* Perfectly Safe. \Vt> dn nut: .intend to Indorse; any r.v.- ci'pr articles of real merit. We there- l.'ore take iiloasn.ro In calling attention tei a new pile cure which lias been remarkably succt,>s.s!'ul in curing every form of itching, hh'ocling or protrculiug pilo.s. Tho ruinedy Is known as I hi; Pyramid Pile Cni'C and Is roc'iiinmended hy r.'ic best medicinal rtniliorirlc'S on account of its absolute safety. MSB of application nnd lnst:nnr relief t'yojn pain. Tin.' Pyramid Pile Cure contains no n-p:ui:i cr other pdscn anil does nit Infer- I'pre wl-th daily occupation while using. People who believed nothing but a surgical cpcratlon would cure them li/nv been astonished fit the result. 1 ? from a single ."0 cent package of the Pyramid. Mrs, -Mary C. Tyler, o-f Heppnur, Ore 1 ,, writes: "One package of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely cured me of piles from which 1 have sufforod for years, ami f. have never had the slightest return of them since. Mr. E. O'Brien. Rock Bluffs, Neb., says: The package ot' Pyramid Pile Cure entirely removed every trace of itching piles. I cannot thank yon ououjrli for it. 'J'he Pyramid Pile Cure i.< sold by a'.l druggists at 50 cents nnd .$1 per package. Treatise" on cause and cure of piles mailed free by addressing Pyramid' Co., Albion, Mich. HIS HEART DISLOCATED, A It is proposed to use asbestos iu tho feoles of boots. -Asbestos wool, pressed by hydraulic force into thin sheets, water proof on one side is to be.inserted as the middle sole. . Asbestos is a uou- conductor of heat, and iu conjunction with a waterproof material, will have the effect of counteracting the dl'ect oC heat, cold and moisture. •WHEN THE SWALLOWS I-IOME- WA11D JFLV. People begin to ask' themselves, '•Where shall I spend the summer';" An ocean voyage, an Inland jaunt, or a coastwise tri-p which shall it be'.' Iu either case, one of the most useful (raveling companions, one that never fails in an emergency to which it is adapted, is Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, which remedies sea sickness, nausea, headache biliousness and malarial complaints. Dyspepsia, rheumatism, nervousness md kidney trouble are also remedied by the great . alterative and preventive. Tourists by sea and land, mariners, emigrants and western' pioneers all testify to its defensive and remedial oilicaey. Bodily and mental fatigue are counter- icte<l by it, and it prevents maladies which would otherwise be brought' on by exposure. No one should start on a summer outing without it. It is the nost genial and reliable of summer tonics, and siiits-tlie most fastidious uilatc. eU F.ror. Slrutton to Flnil It with t!io ?i lillys. ffooil stony ':fi gQ'iLi£ around the campus.' of tin-; University of Chicago. On a recent Saturday afternoon while Prof. StruttOii, of flit: department of physics', together wlih un assistant, was busy work iii(, p ovi'r the- a-riodo-eat-hode-X i- ay problem, ami hicitlcnlaHy wondering 1 v.'hctiier Chicago was beating Ilinois — hi.salma mater — -down n.tCliam- pnign, .1 timid knock was heard at the laboratory door. The knookc.!- was told Lo enter the srijiciiun. the (loorol v.'hicih was strewn with. the debris of HI bos which had been tested nr.d found wanting. \Vlicn the' professor looked up from liis work he beheld a middle-agx'cl man, who appeared. Lo bi; of the laboring' class, ulle -.ras accompanied by a. friend. He anxiously jn. r |iiircd whether he had reached the 1 place where the X rays were dispensed free of charge. He wus told there was none on tap, but anew consignment was looked for every minute from which groat results were expected. The questioner thcai toll! a pathetic tiiie of how he was suffering from "dislocation of the • heart," and wishod the "new light" turned on to ascertain the exact whereabouts of flint body. He was told tha.t nothing- could be done — his ease was far too serious to be experimented upon. The poor fellow left the room witJi a. look of dis- nppoictmcnt OE his honest face and was last seen slowly wending his way toward the Illinois Central. ,ST<RONG ON ECONOMY. ff ft^d TSnnder. The. reflection from a flash of lifjlit- nlngtravclsncarly 1,000,000 tiroes faster than the sound of the report,. That is the reason that thunder is heard ser- zrz\ moments after the flash is seen. If If required an annual outlay of .$100,000 to insure a family'against miy serious consequences from an attack of bowel complaint during the year theru are many, who would feel it their duly to pay it; that they could not afford to risk their lives, and those of their family for such an amount. Any one can got tills insurance for 20 cents, that being the price of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy. s In almost every • neighborhood some one has died from an attack of bowel complaint before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned. One or two doste of this remedy will cure any ordinary case. It never fails. Can you afford to take the risk for so small an amount? For sale by B. F, Keesllug, druggist. A Young Fhlliulolphlii HusbaaU'M Attempt ut Curpontorlny:. A iiiMvJy-Biarritd jcjinwlio had iievei hud snvich experience in doing smcil jobs :ibouvihis household.kiys'the Phil ;ide,r t ;l:ia Ik'cord, told several of his as soc-intes of his first .-n.U'ijipr. ta^tin his wile's approval by doing 1 .!, favor for her "Yon know I am very fond of dogs.' Klid he. "\Vell, I puvchn.'Wd ii. fine little fox terrier pup, and ho was so fu. : ! of ginger tliat, he chewed up everything he could get at about the. Louse, and nearly worried my \v i IV.'s' pot cat death. Then she. s'ug'gestod that 1 get a ca.rpcnter to build ;x pen in the yard for him. 1 J3i.il I was strong on tbe econ orny lay, "nd rnso-lvcd to built! rho pen my&cilf. The first thing 1 I did wr.s to order 32 feet of wire netting. It was the kind wit.li holes in it. about two inches fr-fjua.re. This ccwt me three dol- Ia-rs. \Yhenii 1 gt)t home I found I had to have four posts. c.nch fivn feet long, and those cost me two dollars. After I got the posts planted I !i:;d uo hammer and nails. Those cost me ?:3.20. "I worlicd hard ;i-T the job for severr.l evenings, njid finally completed it. Then I called my wifs to bring; out the pup, nnd I :ilso expected to receive her congratulations. Triumphantly I placed the dog ii;sidc the inclosurc a.nd then waited to lia.ve iny wife bestow her jiraisc. The pup walked around the in- cios^ire and Minn delibonitcly climbed up the coarse netting as easily r.s if it bad beon ;i stcplodder and fell ovpr on the outside, and he's been at liberty ever since." The largest artesian well iu New Mexico was completed the other day on he ranch of Captain K. H. Lea. The stream shoots up a. column twelve inch li, through a pipe three feet high and five inches in diameter. Accurate mcasurcmants have show a HOAV of 220 gallons per minute. YOUR BOl' •"WON'T LIVE A MONTH, So Mr. Gillma.u BTOWH, oC 34 Slill St.. Sowth Gardner, Mass., was told by the doctors. Ills son had lung tirouble, following -typhoid' juaJarJa, and he spent three -hundred and seveuty-flve dollars wii-th doct.oi-s, t who fliuiJly gave lilm np, saying: "Your boy won't Jive a mouth." He tried Dr; King's New Discovery and a few bottles restored lilm to health and enabled him to go to \vork a perfectly well man. He says he owes his present good -health to use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and kno'WS lit lo-be the best in tire world for lung trouble. Trial bottles free at IJ. F. Kceslmg's drn. store. Tlio steamer Josepli- L. Colby has been chartered to tow three coal laden barges from Philadelphia to Montreal. This is thought to be one of the largestTUUS on record for a steamer to tow barges, the distauce'being 1.000 miles. FREE PILLS. Send your address to H. E. BucUlen & Co., Chicago and- get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A tdal will conviaice you of their/'met'Ms. These pills are easy in action a-nd are particularly effective in Hie cure of constipation nnd sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles they liave been pro-ved InvaliBiUe. Tliey arc guaranteed to be perfectly free from every delcterioiii? substance and to be purely vegatable. They do not weaken by their acdflm, but by (dv.oiR tone to stojn- ach and bowels grea.My Invigorate the (system. Regular size" 2">c per box. S-o-W hy B. F. Kecsli.ng, druggist. NEEDLESSLY ALARMED. Unt Mnttcrn I.ookuc i'or :i niomrnt Far from IIopofuL "At a theater where the seals arc not numbered and to which I had gone early to get a good scat," said a man. "1 found, just the seat- i waited, in tie fourth row from the front. In the seat iii front of ni» in the f::ont. row, sat a. man; the seat immediately buck of him was vacant, and the seat- back 01 that and directly'-ir fror.t of me w;is occupied by a small boy. sitting between his father and mother; so that besides a g'ood location, I ha'j en unobstructed view, which was one of t-he things 1 had in mind in choosing the seat. Of course, I had to falit the cha.nces on the vacant seat, but ths chances were at least e%^n that it-would be occupied by a man, and if it was taken by c woman there was a chance ihnt s!u> would not wear a -big hat. "When the theater fillet up that seat was taken byawomnn.and she had on a liat wjiich would have covered the grass plot in front of a house in the suburbs, and there grew \:poo it Cowers acd things as tall as tie hollyhocks in the front yard of a house in the country. 'T.ut she had no sooner taken the seat than she raised her hands and lifte/l the hat off; my view was quite unobstructed after all, ai:cl T felt thnt I had reason to be grateful." FOUK "C" Thofoilnwlnirtes'linonlnl w:is entirely unsolicited. T^OT? ' llllve wcMveil hundreds of tesrlm LAGRIPPE. H. B. HullnR, Office Commercial Printing Co., ISO South Clark Street, v, ~ ™. , Chicago, Xov. 23, ISM. R. R. Phelpa, Esq., CUy. Dear Sir:—I wish to bear testimony U the great efficacy ot your FOUR "C" remedy In throat and luw ailments. A3 & ruje I havo been skeptical of tho merits ot proprietary medicines, but have to confess that a test of your FOUR "C" la convincing that at least one ready inado remedy Is worthy of gftneral use. My children all take It without the least objection, i'rom oldest, to younpest and It Is particularly noticeable that benefit Is almost Immediate. A single dose will check most couRhs In their beginning 1 ; it gives an unbroken rest at night. In my family FOUR "C" Is simply indispensable and 1 recommend It unq-jalifledly. Yours J. R. HUL1NG. CURED MT BOY OF CROUP. I never Intend to be without your Cough and Cold medicine In my houe, I believe that at divers times It has uaved the life of my boy when attacked with croup. It has no equal for coughs and cold. Ed. Ferguson, 708 S. 7th St. I guarantee 4 C to give satisfaction In La Grippe, Asthma, Bronchitis. Croup and Colds. For sale by B. F. Keesling. A. V. HUDSON, DALLAS, TEXAS. REV. S. P. KLOTZ. PASTOR U. B. CHURCH. Chicago pickpockets, after relieving ;iu Iowa farmer of a wallet containing ?12i) and a number of valuable papers, returned the latter to him by express some 'days later. Eczema Is a frightful affliction, but llfee nil other skin diseases It can be permanently cured by applications of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never falls to 'cure Piles.—J. M. Johnston. At Andcrsou-'s bay, Duuedln, Austra ia, oue Saturday recently, fonr me captured a sun-fish weighing close two tons and nearly circular in.shape about ten feet by eight, feet. The fls was of a bright color, and. its 'two fin were each about five feet long..-:•'' BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetters, chapped bonds, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions and posl lively cures piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis- faction'or money refunded. Price 2G cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. . Children Cry for Pitcher'* Castorla, Subscribe for The Journal Wb«n Baby trai Kick, we gave her Castoria. When sho wa» a Chili iho 'cried 'or Caatorta. TTifm oho became Mlns jtlio ohius to Cnstoria. The largest shaft ever quarried. In Rhode Island wos'rem'oveil' from, Westerly, this Ti-oek. The shnft,measures forty-six feet in length and Is four by six feet at the 1 base, and .weighs about seventy tons." 7 It goes to Woodlawn cemetery, New York. . " Mrs. -R. DeYqung,: Midleburg, la., writes: I have used One Minute Cough Cure for six years,-both for myself "and children, and;!'-consider It the-qulckeat acting and most satisfactory. /Cough Cure'I have ever used.7-J. M.' Johnston. 1 ' Subscribe for : The. Journal; The smallest salary paid to the head of'a civill/cd. government Is £3 a year, to the president of the republic, of Andorra, in the Pyrrcnees. s One Minute Is the standard time, and One Minute Cough Cur- Is the standard preparation for every form of cough or cold. It Is the only .harmless remedy that produces Immediate results.—J. M. Johnston. • Mr. O. S. Gray, of Hampdaur Geangn county, O., has a cake of mapl«! sugar- made in the spring of 1S5G—just forty years' ago. It is as sweet and as good, ns'ever. . . Did you ever think how readily the blood Is poisoned by constipation? Bad blood .means bad health, and premature old age. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills, overcome obstinate constipation.^!. M. Johnston. A curious old laAy still prevails hi regard to the.pictures in the Louvre. Paris. No painting is .permitted to adorn 'its.walls'.'until the artist shall lave been dead ten years. Tfie Shakers' ideas cf tfedlcine. Now a d;iys when a man goes to liis doctor, he is usually told that ho has some unheard of disease with a long name., and vlion lie leaves the oificu he does not know whether It is St. Titus Dance or consumption thnt is gradually undermining hi.* health. it is therefore refreshing to talk with the Shakers, for their very simplicity commands confidence and respect, and we havo the further satisfaction of knowing that, they have devoted themselves to 1hc study of disea.sc.nml its cure for more than a hundred years. The vouBra-ble old man whom the writer saw was only too glad to discuss Iris .pet subject He said that strange as it might seem, very few doctors realized that throe-quarters of Hie most -prevalent diseases were all attributable to faulty digestion. He then went on to say that n child of average intelligence knows that putrid meat or ducnylug vegetables are poisonous, aml-mnst be avoided, but yet. those same" foods, even If taken ,nlo rho stomach in the freshest possible condition soon decompose unless digested nnd absorbed. In such, cases the resulting poisons enter the system, when aches and pains weakness and debility soon follow as a natural consequence. It was recognition of this that led the Shakers to devote their energies lo the perfection of a product which would stimulate the -digestive orpins and assist them to perform their proper work. TJie first symptom of disordered digestion Is loss of appetite, , and the Shaker Digestive Cbrd-iaHs wonderfully efficient In supplying any deficiency in this respect, at the same time it relieves all distress after eating. Furthermore. as was carefully explained by our venerable fricmd, it Is 'absolutely harmless. Better evidence of the Shakers' confidence in it could not be found, than in the fact that they have placed 10 cent sample battles in the hands of all druggist?. assured that if once tried it will produce such immediate and marked Waterloo, Ind., Sept. S, 1896. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I have been afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or sour stomach. I have tried diCferent remedies without much benefit. Finally I bought a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pepsin and found that it benefltted.nae. 1 am convinced that it will do what It Is recommended when taken according to directions. I have taken neariy one bottle and feel like a different person, S. P. KLOTZ. For sale by B. F. Keesling. Manhood Restored. — ~" ainan Remedy, I* sold ulth* written aiinraik* t*o to euro all Nervous blsoa*,**, Mtcll M \~eak Moinory,LossoC Drain. P<nv<T, Head, M&ubocd. N'crv ICSE, A trophy* wsloNs, VaricoceTc, . tho Generative Onrww, anirtJ. I*., UilUeUboni Su. 3. F. K--slir.e. LOGANSPORT. INO- ifC^^j^l (^..r'vn-* --. -V- --,-v*. .> .-• rnr-q^/5: J S-^^-lII-;^. 1 :^^--------'^ NO NO p.; I will t.ilto OF J^ccwilll at thaoliii-J nc.l Rlos-.y. or 'ho pmv.s i-f l.'it. r-".:i •> ; Whore ilia 'jouri i : r.'ii ' y -.' ".- I'-.''* C-siurn.-.:- -c '.1 •.:.!.' \.-liO C.iti :iy iSKc there is in cu cbifRC. li (ho SXnCt c . . Cjilr.n-1 he cannot c:.M I-.-IHC I'-.''**, c'ose ^-nM f"<;".c. R*!' vouj , 2 VJ. Kill G;.. ^'^r rjsrlit for J>" •:•• i- Ave.. Wen Ynt*» • ANTAl-MIDY These tiny Capsules are supeitoi jto. Balsam ot Copaiba,-. JCubebs or Injections and vCDRE IN.48 HOURS the same .diseases inconvenience. Sold J)' all drnir benefit that it will be continued. •AVOID CURE-ALLS. Zoa-Phora is compounded solely for iseases oC women. In Its sphere-It has 10-equal. Sold by B. F. Keesllng nnd Ben Fisher. Children Ctry for 'Itcher's CastortF In 1801 this country Imported S-1.000 gallons of vcsrmouth, nnd it Is estimated this yenr the amount will be 225,000 gallons. As vermouth Is used In the manufacture of ascertain kind of cocktail-it would scorn that the cocktail habit is growing. • Kill the Catarrh microbe utd yoa can CaUrrh. These paruitea neat de«p ia the tiaenea and folds «T tk* 'olfactory membrane, and are <Tifficnlt to r«aeh an4 ,kill; but Brazilian Balm wtB utterly d«st»oy them if mswl . . persistently aa directed. I» also destroys the Hay Fever germ In m. few days. Use full strength, or nearly oo, for Hay Fever. Cure permanent. In the^Spring a young man's fancy Bjrhfly turns to thoughts of—DeWltt's Little.Early'Rfsers, for they plways cleanse.the liver, purify ; tbe blood, and Why suffer with dyspepsia? Chat,; Broome, 860 South 2nd street, Philadelphia, say*: "It took only two monthi for Brazilian Balm to cure me of dyt- pepsia with which I suffered over SO'^ears. Now I have no p&in or stomach: cough and can eat 'anything. Brazilian; Balm beats the world" Tie secret 1* Brazilian Ealiu kills the dyspepsia ml- . .•:ro'0c.-' A lew drops of Brazilian Balm In a> little vann water makes the best ey»= water .to the- world. Invigorate;the; system.—J. M. Johnston.

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