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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 9, 1896
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Gladness Comes W itha better vuulci-stundinp; of the transient nutui-e of the many physical ills, which vanish iKit'oru proper uf- f or ts—jjcntlcctYorts—pleasant cjl'orts— rio-htly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms cf ^ckncssniv not duo to any actual clis- ease.'tnit simply tu a, cpnstipateclcono 11 - tion of the system, winch the plcasiii.^ laniily laxative, Syvupof Fijjs. promptly removes. That is \vh.y It is the only remedy with millionsof families, anil is everywhere esteemed so highly by all Who value ffood health. Its beneficial effects arc due to the. fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without {lobilit!it':itr the .organs on which it acts. It is therefore »Y1 important, in order to g£t its bcne- iflcial c-ft'ccts, to note when you purchase, that yon luivc Uio gcmiiv\o nvti- • cle, whicli is'mamrt'actnrcdby the Culi- iornia .Fip: Symp Co. only and sold by all reputable tlrujr{jists. If in the enjoyment of good health. •nd the system 'is regular, laxatives or txther rcincdies arc then not needed. If Afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful •physicians, but if in need of ;i laxative, 'one should have the best, and with the •-well-informed everywhere. Syrup ol ITi^sstands highest and is most largely •«ed and p-ivos most funeral satisfaction. A^SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Franctoo. Was discontinued April ICth. The •aperlor accommodations given the jreat number of patrons of the above train durlus tbe past tourist season, warrants the anuouiu^ment of plans tot next season of finer service with equipment superior ,to anything yet. known In transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-Iuaugnnitlon of "SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset Boute" In connection with the "Queen mud Crescent Route" are running the only Hue of through tourist TuUmnn Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and Ban Francisco. These excursions are specially conducted, and the object is to enable tbos*- who do not care to buy the first-class round trip or one way tickets, to enjoy m comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges nnd no change of cars at. the very low second-class rate. For further information, address W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. S. P. Co., Cincinnati, O. W. G. NEIMYER, G. W. Apt. S. P. Co., Chicago. 111. 8. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Apt. 3. F Co., New Orleans,'La. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING ,WITn THE VANDALIA RAILWAY 'AT ST. JO- . SEFH. Beginning May 20th and continuing until about Sept. 30th the steamers of this line will make two trips each way .dally between St. Joseph aiid Chicago, »D the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. and 10,:30 p. m., dally, Including Suuday. Leave Chlcngo at 0:30 n. m. and 11:30 p. m., daily, Including Sunday. Extra •trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at B a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 i«. m. • Banning time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weckly steamers to Milwaukee, .leaving St. Joseph Monday, Wednesday «nd Friday evenings. The equipment.of this line includes the side wheel stcamevs City of Chicago and City of Milwaukee (the largest and finest west of Detroit), nnd the newly lebullt propdlor City of Louisville. Ben-Ice first-class. Connections with (ill Vandalla trains. Tickets on sale at nit Tandalla L-Inc stations. Chicago dock toot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pros., Benton Harbor, Mich. A little 111, then a little pill. The 111 has gone, the pill has won. DeTVItt's Little Unrly Risers the little pills that cure .great ills. John M. Johnston ' . ChHdr«nCryfor OHIO'S EULLETINIST. The slKiiillciuit Sobriquet ,i;urnca by Cu:ijcrossm:i» (;rosvonor. Charlra Henry Urosvi-'iior, u'ho represents the. Ek-VL'uth Ohio e!;st.rict in. congress, is one of i he mo:^t i.ilkecl-ofmen of the clny cnvinff to t.lu' p-re:U interest he has t;i.l;e_'i hi Muj, MeKiniey's c.andi- dncv for 'the pivsiilenoy. lie has been rog'ardcd us Uic matlic-maiioiun of the Ohio re-publican carij|iai^-;i, nnd has issued nil the buliet-ins ili:i!in~ ivlth the progress of Mio MfKi n Icy a^i;;-. r.ion. Mr, Grosv!.'nor \\-:is born in \Y:nilli;iTtt county. Con;;.; in 1;":.'!. but removed to OhJo with Iiis pnrcnts in ISM. He educated himself, lu-.d u;vs (lihnittcd to the bar in JS3T; served in the union army from July, 1S61, (o 'N'ovomber, 1S05; was ciiAnr.i.:s-ti. OHOSVEXOK. major, colontl and brcvct-bi-ig'adiw general of volunteers, commanding 1 a brig 1 - r.cle in the bnttlc of Nushville, in December, ISM. He u-us u incnibcr of the Ohio house of ropn.'Sfnt.'H.ives, 1S74-1S7S, sen-in •>• :is spcnker of the house for two years, nnd has served in tlie Forty-ninth, i'iffiL-th. Fifty-first, Fifty -third a.nd Fi-fT.y-Courth conrrrcsscs, besides filling a number o. r iniportant st;ite ofHces. He is n resident of the pretty town of Athens, 0.. nnd enjoys the confidence and respect of his neighbors in an unprecedented clegivc. Sho'uld XfcKinley btf elected president, ho will be honored with an ambassadorship, if current rumor is to 'be believed, llurd to L»c<-l<lo. Eflith — I'm in a f|unr.dary. Isal>cl— How Ls that? "Tom promises to stop drinking- if I mnrry him and Jack threatens \i 1 don't!"— Tit-Bit*. If it required nn annual outlay of $100,000 to insure a family against auy serious consequences from an attack oC bowel complaint during the yenr there are many who would feel it their duty to pay it; that they could not afford to risk their lives, and those of their f.irn- ilj- for such nn amount. Any one cau get this insurance for 23 cents, th'at being the price of n battle of Chamberlain's . Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In nlmost every neighborhood some one has died from nu attack of bowel complaint before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned. Ono or two doses of this remedy will cure nny ordinary case. It never falls. Cnu you'afford to take the risk for so small nn amount? .For sale by B. F. Keeping, druggist. There was n jury trial at Burro, Vt.. I he .other day ovor a claim of 50 cents UK! the plaintiff lost. Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier ro siding at Monroe, MJch., was sevorolj mulcted with rheumatism but rccelvci prompt relief from pain by using Cham bct'latil's Pain BaJin. He says: "At times my back would ache so badly tlaat 1 could hardly raise up,' If I had not gotten relief I would not be here to write these lew lines. Chamberlain's Tain Balm lias done me a great deal of rood and I foci very thankful for it." ^or sale by B. F. Keesling. Li.!'o-savers are now. experimenting with :i S'liect-iron kite, designed to enable distressed ships to convnmuiciitc with the shore. In the Spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of—DeWitt's Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the. liver, purify the blood, and Invigorate the system,—J. M. Johnston. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES For honie-soekcrs nnd others desirous of hanging their locations are offered lu the'great States of Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska. Fertile and productive land is for snle on the most reasonable terms, nnd there ire many openings for all classes of business men, particularly farmers tmd cllaryraen. Those Interested will be furnished full Information, free or Charge, upon application to W. B. TCuis- kom, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. One Minute te-the standard time, and One Minute Co^pti Our* Is the standard preparation for.*-ery form of congb or cold. It Js the only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results.—J. M. Johnston. • •' It is observedju England that most young men fresh from the universities are tibandoulng the study of la_.w for medicine, ' • . Did you ever.think how readily the blood Is poisoned by constipation? Bad blood means bad health, and premature old age. DeWltt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills, overcome obstinate constipation.—J. M. Johnston. ONE IN EVERY FOUR, One rersou, in Every Four Suiters From I'lles. About one person i-n every four suffers from soint' 1'o.rm of rectal disease. Tho iHost'coiiHiiosi and annoying is iteh- iiu; piles, iiidil-ca.te.d by waruit.li, tilii;' inoUiwc ,-MKl iulen.sc, uiiexi itching in Mie purts affected. The usual treatment has Vieeu some simple oi aliment, or salve which sometimes prive tejniporary relief, but uo;li- jn;i like a poriuiMieut cure c;wi he pooled from such suporiic'Uil we; The only pennauiMH core for iieliinv: piles yet discovered is the Pyramid rile Cure, uot onily for itchliu,' piles, but i'o-r every oilier form of piles, lilind. Weeding or protruding. The first a-ppli- c;\(.ion K'LVOS liistunt .ri'llof amlthecon- I'lnucd use for a short, tiuie 'causes n i poniianont r(-n;ov;u of tho tmiinors or the small parasite* which cause (lie in- (.iMi.sc i'lcli.iiif; a.ud ilbf.'Oiirfo.rt of Itchin.it piles. Many»p!iysiic-i.;iiis for .-( h>i!fT time su.p- posed that tlie remarkable relief afforded by t.lie T'yraniid THe Cure was be- c.-uise it w.-is supposed to conlnin cocaine, opium or simiJar dnta's. but snc-h U not l-lio case. A recent caroCul analysis of the vemcily showed it to- bo :\li- snliit.c.l.v free fro-iii cocaine, opium, or in fflcl 1 (my iioisoniuiis, injurious drn.ors i whatever. Sold by drnsjrisf* nt. 50 cents jicr pack.ise. UUm is the latest subject lOniporor William lias taken, up. lie has sent to London :mnl Paris for the latest reports on tho subject and will carry them as ballast on his summer cruise. OT.D I'EOri.K. Old people who require- iiicdx-iiiu to regulate Uie bowels and kidneys will fiDil the true remedy in Electric BRiei*. This medid.™ does not stemM'.ate anil couta.ii.iji no wlntekey nor other Intoxicant, bint. a<;ts as a tonic iww] alterative, lit acts mi'ldly 021. (lie stomach and boweJs. .idiltng strength a-nd giving •tone to the ovfs:vns. uhorofoy aWlns Nature ini the'performance of t.'ne functions. Electric Bitters is an exc'ellent appetizer ,nnd aids digestion. Old people find it jnst exactly what they need. Price fifty cents find .$1.00 per bol'tlo. at B. F. Keeslmg's dnig store. • FJainm-jirion says that if the carih's atmosphere should be suddenly increased in thickness to 700 mile?, the mm could not penetrate It, and the earth •\voul-d soon be wrapped in ice. Mothers will find Chamberlain' Cough Remedy especially valuable fo croup Mid wlMOptag cough. It wil give prompt relief and Is safe anil picas ant. We have sold it if or several year and it has never failed to give Uic mos perfect satisfaction. G. W. Richards Duquesne, T-s. Sold by B. F. Koesliug druggist. ' Tlio Yii-ma desert -n-as once a salt sea of considerable flre.i. :i fact which is proved by the tons of oysters and other sea shells found in the sand, just beneath tlie surface. Young mothers dread the summer months on account of the great mortality among children caused by bowel troubles- Perfect safety may be assured those -who keep' on hand DeWitt's Colic and CuoJera cure, and administer it promptly. For cramps, bilious colic, dysentery and diarrhoea, It affords Instant relief.—.1. M. Johnston. Four hundred lnn.uau beings arc sacrificed in Ashauti aifter the King's accession in ISO-t. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunde'd. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B, F. Keesllng. Recent Australian observations in the Mediterranean sea prove that the deepest spot Ju that body of water is 2,400 fathoms, or. nearly three nines. Eczema Is a frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases It can be permanently cured by applications of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never falls to euro Piles.—.T. M. Johnston. Mrs. R. DeYoung,. Midloburg, la., writes: I have used One Minute Cough Cure for six years, both for myself and children, and I consider It the quickest acting and most satisfactory Cough Cure I have ever used.—J. M. Johnston. Tlie Hudson reservoir in Arizona, will cover 000,000 acres of. laud with water one foot deep. i <5roivin£ Thrifty Ilounn riant*. ./ To make hoHse plants, grow ^Tof. itoosof .says: Sat.iinitc the ./earth nround them every flay \vith/-hc coffee ir.ft over at breakfast. 1)^ or six drops of iimmoiii;!. 1o every/pint °^ wa ~ . ter once ii week will mn;.-''' ttitm flourish. To make bulbous flowers bloom fill a. flower pot. hnlf >'«•" of quick lime nnd 1.ho jvnniindur wilih gwd wirtb; p'unt bulbs and ];ccp the eart.h damp. The heut of the liine, tompercd by passing 1 thi-oiift-h 0>c earth, will cause tluj btilb to Kiuici forth s!ioot.s io blossom. The colors of I'od and violet flowers on: rendered exi.rftnely brilliant by covering 1 the. earth in their pot.s witili about one-half inch of pnJverixed char- con!. Charcoal rloos not affect yellow ffo\vc.".'^ ;it rll i;-. Ihisv.-.'iv. I0:trly I'.m't or G'.nns. • It is very uncertain when'glass was first employed for i.he (ran-sniission of lijrht initl other optical purposes, or how long- any of liie natives of Europe have enjoyed the benefit of glass windows, f'arkos says the best building-in litreiilaneiim had winclov.'s mnclc with a sort oT transparent talc. The Honest Shakers and TUHr Cure for Dyspepsia Tlio shoykcrpiT who choais ti~ by lying will; regard ro ihe quality »f h'.s goods, and tlic grocer or butcher who frivi-s us short weights is a thief. However, their knavery touches noilviug but on: 1 [weketbooU. Thei-e is anoilior wido- xprcail form of iiilA'Jpi-cscirfatiou of a far more d.-ntgerous and villainous enar.'icfor. W-c refer-to the false siatenients ami wort-litess gnaruitetw that fi-oquently accompany inedicinos. To guarar.ti'e a medicine to cure is t'o brand it as a quack prod-not. If we smu-nntce 10 citi-c dtscnso, tlnoij: we fruarauree cviM-- .lasting li.t'e. .for in a largo majority of cases Hie people die of du--ease, t.lu: pro- portJon of V'ioleat or nccidi;nial deaths beiii£ very smnll. Tlio Shakers have always been known as a most upright and honora-ble ]H'0- plo, and their success in (he manufacture of medicines has also been well known. It is therefore not snvpvUinp: •to find them pursiiiug a very original and novel plan for the introdnci'ion of of their remedy for dyspepsia. These God-fcarius: people, whose motto lias always been 'Try all thiug* ami hold fast that which is good." have put upon the market ten cent sample bottles o-f their product, or siitliciont to give it a trial. The Shaker Digestive Cordial is so prompt In Its .action .that for the (rival sum of: ton cents a person cau usually (Totermine as to whether or not it meets the requirements of his case. There are forms of dyspepsia which it won't help, but these are very rare. In most cases the first dose relieves all distress, and an increase of. appetite at once follows. All druggists have k, nud the next time your are troubled with indigestion send out and try this popular and successful product It: represents nearly a Iniralred years of patient investipation and stnuly. "Wlien or man declahs he doan' regret imillin' he cbber doue." .said Uncle Elie.n, "he's either got er mighty good conscience, er none at all."—Washington Star. TWO LIVES SAVED. Mrs. rhoebe "J'l-.omas, o-l City, 111., was told by Lci-'doC'-or; she hail consuiiiji'.'ou and -tlia,t ,-h(-;'o vaa no hope L'ur ht-r, lint two bottles Df Dr. Kmg'.-j New Discovery completely cured her aud she says it saved her life: Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, fl-nprcwe-bi'iig consumption, tried cvoryilihig else Uion bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery aud lu two weeks was cured. He is na.lurally thankful. It is sm.-h results, of which these are saimples, tliait prove the; wonderful oflicacy of this medicine in coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at B. F. Keesling's drug store. Regular size HOc and $1.00. ODDEST OF CREATURES. At Burk, on the Great Fish river, in the Arctic regions, Fred-oriel: Sclnva.tka once endured a cold of 71 degrees, the coldest weather every withstood by a civilized When Baby w 03 (tick, wo gave her Whoa she was n Child, Ebn cri^d 'or Castarl*. Thon che became Tlttis, she cluug to Castorl*. iSfhen Eh« bad Children, nbe pava them Cautorl* THE FABLED GIANT. ATLAS/ Was said 1:0 imvc supported t-lic world upon his slioiildoiu. If so, lie must have been a decidedly muscular individual. We can't all be muscular, but we ca.n onjoy a fair modicum o.f physical vigor K, when fha-t'blessing is do«i*:d us by nature, we supp.lciiient her deficit by an appeal to. Uio national •tonic, Hostetiter's ' -Stomnch. Bit.tevs, which rolnstaites digcstlou upon » por- inancnt basis, .rwiirtlic's nervousness, biliousness atu.1 constiijatioa, und overcomes r'lic'iranaitism and kWnty troubles. It, also coiTiiter.icts Hie po-ison of malaria In air or water, and recruits exhausted energy when Impaired by unusual bodily or mental • fatigue. The nged, Infirm and convalescent have no more potent and thorough helper thaa tills justly populair invigoran.t, with a successful record of nearly half a century. ; Children Cry for Pitcher's Caetortp KlnkajOTi and His Strange Physical Peculiarities. Bo H:i» Distinct Trnlts nnd ParM of » Doavon l)l/I«riuit Anlinxlx, Hut tho Mont SliiKiilnr Tiling Abouc Him IH Ills ToUjjuc. Here is without <loubt the strongest, incM. inidassifiable, most contradictory cren-ttire in the onim.il kingdom He is not particularly grotesque in ippi'ara-ui'C. jTe is vvi ccci-Jitric or Ja.s l.iilions iu tho numerof foot!. He make no soi-iuifffc or unearthly noiscis to voice liis emotions. K\it nil the scienl.isis in the world have g-iven up trying to put him in any . To tlie '.racers in auiuial.s ho is ];no\vn for cO];vi>niciieu as a kink.'ijou. But lie has othtr narocs to sign to his articles likf po'.to, Kiajiaviri, pui:lmmbi. chin' n;id, to liuvc aji JJnyJish title, a hone. ben r, nr Mexican M'cascl. In La.lin he ia vivi'rra- v!:mdivplvul;i. It is soldoin that a kinki'.jou finds liii \vay into the. animal ciavkct., liut,\V. A C&i'iklin. iix-supcHnieniJcjit o£ the Con tral pavk 7.00 oi Xow York, ha* justseu 1 from liis place in Catharine strccta-fijio litall.hy spLT.imc.^1 \o Ocula, in >'lovida It \va.s from rhis wimple- t.ir.tt the pic turn W^.K taken. "\Vha-t i.s he?" said Mr. Conklin to a Ooiima.1 veporlor. "I Oon't know, ^o- b-jd.v ki'iows. He's just. ;>. ki.iknjoi:, nnd cows from South Amci-Je.a. They are found ovor (jiiiti; n section of country there. He h;is distinct traits an<l p:ir1.s oC a doncn tlifTercut animals. Every va- i-iiriy of crsn.t-.n-f is jvprestnted in ))iru. lie Is the sixc or a. cat, nr a, ^ootl-sixed monkey. a.iul has a .wot! share of the ciiur.-ieteristics of both. 31'c climbs like ;t inonlsoy iinfl has fi prehensile tail, but liis tail is <?nomioTisJy lu'avy at the roots shapi.-cl more likft-tha* of a kangaroo and his IieaJ, instencl of being- shaped like n monkey's, i.s like a bear's, a r.it's or a sharp-nosed dcp-'p. "V-.'iiile his feet are precisely like o bear's, tint, long-heeled and fiercely clawed, they a.rc as g-rasjiinff as n monkey's. His tec Mi have been 1 tlie eluef bother to ^.oclOR-iKt^. The lower teeth have flat surfaee-s, ajwl that, fact, \vilh t'he peculiar tail, removes it from 'the family of pure caroivora. and places it THE LOXG-TOXGUZD KI.VKAJOU. among animals caj^able of eating anything, o.uin>ai or vegetable food. So jt was classified as a bear. The London q-ardeu people, too, call it a. species of raccoon. "The most singular thing 1 a.bout the beast, tbong-h, is its won<le.rfuly ion and flexible tongue. This little chap has a sharp tongue, about seven inches long 1 , thai is a. marvel in. its way. He will dart it out quicker than a snake will flash its fa.ngs. That tongue is used for fishing into honey ceJls, and taking out honey, or into crevices in trees, to capture insects. Jt enables him to g-atljer in mauy a bit of fcKXl that he would otherwise miss. IJe uses both tail and trunk, by t.ho. way, for many o£ the purposes that the elephant employs his trunk. "A funny thing about him, too, Js that in climbing IIP always descends head first, \isiny his hind claws nnd fail, only guiding with h. ; s fore feet. TTis hom-s for business n,re the dark hours. lie bates the daylight- It distresses him, but -\vhc.n night comes he Is pay company. "The la*t one 1 of these fellows I got, before this one, I sold to a newspaper man, who kept him in his rooms. One nisrht. leaving the house about ten o'ciot-.k, he left, the cage door unlocked, end a.bout half a.n hour-later the kinkajou, who was lonesome, and it being dark, was active, curled up in bed aJoag- side tho French landlady, two floors below. She wasn't posted on kinlcajous and ,iumped out on this floor in the dark,' half crnxed. and screaming like a banshee with fright. "That reporter has changed his lodgings and Conklin had the honey bear back on his ha.nds." TJio Vice of Ovorcntlnff, • How much harm is done to health by our one-sided and excessive diet Jio one «m say. Physicians tell us that it is very yrreat. Of the vice of overeating 1 , ns practised by the well-to-do classes, 'in England especially. Sir Henry Thompson, a noted Knplish physician nnd authority on this subject, says: "I hayc come to the conclusion (.bat more than liiilf the disease v.-hich embitters the .middle and latter part of life is due to avoidable errors in diet, and thai- more mischief in. the form of actual disease,,. of impaired vigor, and of shortened 'life accrues U> civilized man Jn England and t.h rough out Central Europe from "erroneous habits of -eating t'jon from the habitual use of alcoholic drink; considerable ns I know that evil _ Colon, of African Children. The children ot the blackest Africans- are born whitish. In a month, they become pale yellow, in a year brown,, at four dirty black", and at six or seven glossy blade. The change is in the mucous membrane below t.he cuticle. A Monarch ot the Foreat. The Iargest.vin.e-in the northwest was cut recently in Oconto county, Wis. It was seven feet two inches at the base and cut six IG-foot logs, scaling- over 8,500 feet.ol lumber. Yet it was worth wiy $so. ' . . • . Evangelist D. T. Black, Peorla. Illinois. Saybrook, 111.. Feb. 19, Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sirs: While at Cerro Gordo, 111., in my revival work, 1 purchased a bottle of your Syrup Tepsin. I regard it a.s most excellent. I cannot get it here in Saybrook. Is it on sale in Peoria, 111. II so, at what store? If not on snle there, if you will seud. me. a dollar Itoule there tin's week I will promptly remit. I will be homo this \i\i-k. Address Kev. D. T. Black, 1005 Stale St.. Peon'.-!, III. Yours truly D. T. BLACK. For SaK- by B. F. Keesling. 500 Bottle, FREE! -OF- FOUR C" The following txperlment tsKortlitrsing: Put- chaise a bottle of Four • C" (Congh, Cold aDd Croup Care) at my store, dilute say Vi of it with two parts of SJTOP AS reduced if jou don't flnd It the most-satisfactory remedy for Coughs an« Colds jou ever used It shall cost you notblnf. Out aim Is t« convince the public of the true merits of this BonOMful remedy. TRY IT on the above conditions! When uien not reduced 4 C Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction In Anthma, Cronp, Bronchitis, Grippe and all lung or hrtil- cal troubles. ACTTJE LABTNGITIS. ChlMgo, Sett 25th, 1895. For years back each winter I have suffered with acute Laryneltls. Last vflnter was so bad I could not lenve my room for two weefcs or t peak above a whisper. I tried every known cougn preptra^ tlon Horn cough drops up and down wlm no relief, then In desperation I was Induced to try Phelps' Four "C," The first dose relieved my Kh, giving me the llrstnlghfs rest for weeks. Halt the toitle cured rae. I have never been without tills wonderful remedy since. It Is as different f torn othnr like remedies as molasses from vinegar and sugar from eand. Mrs. Joseph E. (jrubli, 531S Madison Avenue. NO CURE. NO MUSTACHE? NO PAY. NO PAY. DANDRUFF CURED. I will tako Contracts to Rrow bair on Ibc he*d orfcccwith those wlio can call at myoacco» at thooffico of my anonts. provided the h»d it not clossy, or :lie por« of Hie scalp not c osed. Whoro tlio Lend H sliiny or ti,= por« closed, thoro is no cu •?. Call and he ejnmmed frtc o. ihuri-o It vou 5=111.101 r.:.'I. v.-rita to ms. Sl«te ri.oc£« conduionof thesc tuion. VKttlf. O. »i ilassi 4. 2 VI. l-ii:i '-> : - "-or. Vs! 1 VOUl tl:lii^:ist Irtr.i—' Manhood ondcrnil Koman . Brain Power. Hcad- l nckfl, "\i : nl;cfulnc?9, it,ost Manbood, Xorv- QunncMi*, A,1 rophy, Kmissions, \nncocolo, all m, nJid JOSH of pt. r of rcnk>nt ">™«<"jg»J( v JJ, 1tl i^^! »S"order wi |iv« S 3. F. K'^slinc, LOGANSPO^T. 1N» All Brr.n, Kicltfl Fitted and Ban* ---: Oil. A bexutiful. thcroufhly mndt «n<J i fln'ly fmishcd Bicycle Lamp, jolt ud cyclone procf. fcni Mirocvfi of your! THE PUC= « TESRV- KfS. CO., £4" C< ntro St.. 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