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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 10, 1896
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Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature of the many physical ills, wViieU vanish before proper efforts— R-cntlo efforts—pleasant efforts— rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms cf sickness are not due to an.v actual clis- emse, but simply to a. constipated cond'- tlon of the system, which the plcas;vi>i/ family la.xufive. Syrup of Fig's, promptly removes.' That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is «rcrywhcrc esteemed so highly by all •who value R-oOil health. Its bciicticiiil ««ects :irc due to the fact, that it is the «rao remedy which promotes internal Cleanliness without dcbilit;it':iy the orpans on which it acts. It is therefore «11 important, in order to fret its bcne- ficial effects, to note when you par- chase, that you have the penuine «rtl- •ele, -which is manufactured, by the California Fi£ Syrup Co. only and sold by •II reputable druggists. If in the onjoyment of good health, *nd the system 'is regular, laxatives or other remedies arc then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one jjnay be commended to the most skillful •physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the -well-informed everywhere, Syrup of 'SSgsstands highest and is most largely ' wed and gives most general satisfaction. A^SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Routey-New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April 16th. The Mperlor accommodations given the great number of patrons of the abo.ve ' inln during trfe past tourist season, •warrants the announcement of plans for .next'season of'Doer service with equipment superior to anything yet known In transcontinental traffic. Look for early rc-inaugiiratlon of "SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific "Co. "Sunset Boute" In connection with the "Queen •od Crescent Boute" are running tlie .only line of through tourist Tullman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and 8au 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 « comfortable rlde^vith sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at. the Tery low second-class rate. For further Information, address W, H. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. S. P. Co., Cincinnati, O. W. G. NEIMYER, G. W. Agt. S. P. tto., Chicago, III. B. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Afit. S, E Co., New Orleans, La. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH ' THE VANDALIA BAIL- WAY AT ST. .TOSEPH. Beginning Mny'25tb and continuing •ntll about Sept. 30tli tlie steamers o£ this line will make two trips each way a«lly between St. Joseph and Chicago, «n the following 'schedule: Leave St. Joseph nt 4:30 p. m, and 1030 p. m., dally,- Including Sunday. Ixsare Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 11:30 f. in., dally, including Sunday. Extra trips'on Saturday leave' St. Joseph at 8 ». m., and lenVe Chicago at 2 p. m. Banning time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St. Joseph Monday, Wednesday •nd Friday evenings. . / The equipment of this line. Includes the side wheel steamers City of Chicago •nd City of Milwaukee (the largest and 'flnest west of Detroit), and the newly rebuilt propeller City oC Louisville. Service first-class. Connectlona 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 Uttle 111, then a little pill. The 111 has fcone, the pill baa •won. DeWltt's Little Jtarly Klsers the little pills that cure llsJ John M-jTohnuton. " Children Cry for STARTED AN "ENDLESS CHAIN." Sedullu (Mo.) Mnn In Ti-onblo for Trylnff to liaitio «:],800,UOO,()00,OOU. A 'sensation was (Mused at Secinlia, Mb., the otlicr tiny by the arrest ot E. 2. iMoiion, a prominent business mnn, on a chnrjfe of usinpr the United States mulls for fraudulent purposes. A fe.w days ng-o Po;;t Office Inspector J. P. Johnston wont there from St. Louisnnil inquired into the cause of Mason's sending 1 out so many letters. Mason had just mailed O.jOO letters '-'to Mt'thodiso ministers and deacons ;ill over the country. requesting 1 them to each sand him :i dime to relieve a disabled minister who had .saent his life in preaching arid e.-iehRifT, nnd to make an "endless t-hain" to the ;70tli link. The amount would airgTOsatcSR.SOO.V.O.COO.OOO. The disabled preacher for whom the money. •w:is wanted is Gen. J. B. Van Patten, n teacher in Clavarac college, near Hudson, -\ T . Y., a lirothcr-in-Iaw of Mason and a promir.jnt grand army ma.n. Mi-.son is snpcnntenilont of ng-encies for the Midland Savings and Loan association, and i.s supremo scritr; of tbo Hoy;:l Tribe of &t. Joseph. His mail was stopped pending investigation, but liis arrest was a great fiurprise. M'asoii stands; vory liigh in Si-tlr'.lia. He was ta.l<en to,Ciiiiton. where he gave bond in tlie sum of $1,000 to nwr.it the action of the United States grnv.d jury. Tin' rullo'.vMi;' 1 ixlruct from the Bid- cl'im! ''"> :-.»••.• gives us nil idua of Uieac- oi'iiiilisliinri:^ »f our 'grandmothers hi oiiwlinlil '-'."is. nf ic'.portayice in every Mrs. Ann ICmi'ry. of Soun, died at the ..dviinri'il a.uv ol' !):! years. When she wus nuiiTHMl. in IS2">. her accomplishments ivi'ii" Muled as follows: She L-oiild fool< all l<in<te of food hi an ex- ,,1.1-t tnaiini'r; sew and knit, spin and u-eave cloth, make lu-rown clothes from cloth inudi- wilh IH-T own hands, make butter and i-hot'-sc. niakc soap and tin- der.—tbis was long before the days of friction matches,—-dip candle, sing and dance." All excepting the two last were con: sideml'indispensable requisites iai beginning UiC married life and when to these were added the two last, the bride was regarded as very highly nccom- plished, In the Spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of—DcWltt's Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood, and Invigorate the system.—J. M. Johnston. The Chicago po.stoflice, wliJch cost the Government more than ¥1,000,000 Las been sold for 913,000, SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES For homo-seekers and others desirous of .inglng their locations aro offered In the great States of Wisconsin, Town, Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska. Fertile and -productive land Is Cor sale on the most reasonable terms, irad there are many openings for all classes of bus- ness men, -particularly farmers and liarymen. Those interested will be furnished full Information, free of iharge, upon application to W. B. Knis- iern, 22 Fifth Avemie, Chicago, 111. A Bible IMS years aid was recently found in an ancient building in New London, Conn. It was printed in'Cam- bridge in 10-18. One Minute fc.the standard time, and One Minute Co*Bh Cur- Is the standard >reparatlon for «R«ry form of cough or cold. It Is the only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results.—J. M. Johnston. A French engineer has conceived the Interesting idea of reproducing the iioiise in which 'Napolean lived at St. Holona as mi-attraction- during the Paris exhibition o£ 1000. Tlie house will be an exact copy of the original. \vH'h panoramic canvasses reprdseivting the na.tiwaJ surroundings. every day in the week, every week in the year, is assured to wearers of the "Celluloid" waterproof collars. Neither dirt 1101 water.can hurt them. One will outwear six linen collars and save dollars in laundry bills. It costs nothing to keep them clean. A wet cloth or sponge is all you need use. Made in all styles and sizes. The' ' . . » MARK- INTCRUNCD Collars and Cuffs arc the original.germ- inc interlined collars and cuffs with a •'ccHuloid"'surface. Get them at your furnisher's, or send direct" to -us. Collars 2oc. each. Cufis 400. pair. t THE CELLULOID COMPANY, X • '' The .annual crop of unislirooms in Franco ks valued at over $2.000,000. Tin? wholesale price to dealers is from if'J'2 .10 sjciS per 1.00 kilograms (2-0.40 pounds). In Paris nluiic there lire sixty wholesale tlrma dealing exclusively in mushrooms. OLD PEOPLE. . Old people who require .medicine to rcgnla'te the bowels and kidneys will find the trno remedy In Electric Bitters. This medicine docs not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other Intoxicant, but acts as a tonic aavd alterative, lit nets in-Hd-ly on. tlie stomach and bowels, aikltng strength-ami giving tone to the organs, thereby .-iMInK Nature In tlie performance of the functions:, Electric BMters is an excellent appetizer and aids 'digestion. Old people ilnd it just exactly wlint they need. Price fifty cents and $1.00 per bottle at B. F. Kocslrng's drug store. A Eci'd City (Midi.) boy abo-nt as tall :is -,\ loalliov liuolcot. put in :\ el:>Im for services at a lire. Tie toiil the 13ru ccin- miissiuni.'i'S tl'.iit lie c;irr:nd water and satt and pitched slnhs nnd tliongli! it was worth alioul ." cents. loung mothers dread tho summer months on account of the great mortality among children caused by bowel troubles. Perfect safety may be aa- "sured those .who keep on hand DeWitt's Colic and Cholera cure, and administer it prompt'.?. For cramps, bilious colic, dysentery and diarrhoea, It affords Instant relief.—J. M. Johnston. THK FABI.ED GIANT, ATLAS; AYiis said to have supported the world upon his shouldnr.s. If so. he must Ij-nve been a decidedly miisculnr individual. We cun't nil bo muscular, Imt wo C:Mi Wi.loy a f:li.r modicum c-f pliysi- «il vigor if, when rhafl: blessing is de- ailed us by mvturc. we supplement IIM- deficit by .in appeal to Uio national tonic, H'ostettcr's &t.oun-:icli Bitters, which voinsraitos digestion upon a per- ni.'ine.n.t basis, rumo'dios nervousness, biliousness and cansHipat.io'n, find o^er- icoincs rlieii.niiiti.sni :iad Icitlney troubleji. It ;rlso countci-ilcts tho poison oC nin- lari.-i 'iJi air or water, a.nd recruits exhausted energy when Impaired by unusual bodily or mental fatigue. The nged, infirm and convalescent have uo more potent nnd thorough helper than this justly popular invigorani, with a successful record of ncn-rly half, a century. A BaiiKor (Mo) clergyman the other evening adjourned the mid-week prayer mcefciivg '.'with pleasure," in order that the members of Iii* church might attend the caucuses—nnd lie urged thorn to go. Did you ever think how readily the blood Is poisoned by constipation? Bad blood means bad health, and premature old age. DeWltf s Little Early Risers, the famous little pills, overcome obstinate constipation.—J. M. Johnston. A Nebraska woman, advertising for a htissbaml, says she owns a 'good job ofllcc and can set type. Mfet-rcss c-f the house (taking her girl co task)—Bridget, I am afraid you have broken your word. Bridget (abscnt- mtadedly)—Sluu-e, ma'am, it must hnvo been the cat.—Yonkers Statesman. 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- nil skin eruptions and positively cures plies or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale 'by B.- F. Keesling. ' "I was so dlfappointed I was .out the other clay, when you called, Miss Percl- val," "So was I. I felt sure I'd find .you because as I turned, the corner I saw you sro In."—Harper's Bazar. 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 Calls to c-ure Piles,—,T. M. Johnston. The playlu-g ot golf on Sundays Is practiced to such a n extent, that in a certain parish In England, Jt is said, the 'hour of service bus been changed to •suit the convenience of players. Mrs. E. , DeToung, Midleburg, la., writes: I nave used One Minute Cough Cure for six years, both for myself nnd children, and I consider It the quickest acting and most satisfactory Cough Cure I have ever used.—J. M. Johnston, Rapid .progress Js .being- made on the- Great Eastern 'canal, which.is'expected to irrigate 250,000 acres to Nance, Platto nnd Colfax counties, Nebraska. The first five milles bnve been completed. Five grading machines are at work' on the big canal and fourteen scrapers. Wbfln Baby ws» ilcki TB gave her CastorU, Wheoriie was « Child, fhe cried 'or CMtocta. ^JTben she became Mlss,\ho clung to Owtorim; Vhec -ih« hod ChU^nD.^Sit! nn«!«tlicra Cantori* 8 APOLI'O '*''""' bo>t cl<u " England vs. America. Tlio Extent of tlie Coffee Habit. When one notice* -the illffcixMite iii tlio average people of England and .America rugardtng their diet iwul tivo abilitiis, some natural come- up. Wiat does Hie Englishman out. that ei-ves him such pood digestion, and what is the reason for so much dys- iwpsin unions Americans? . , Rud-yard Kilprnsr in:iko< out a "pie bolt." through New England. ;iiid says Its pathway is strown with dyspeptic. The American's love for lard loaded pastry is probably tlioNj-ausc of .sonv- tTOiible, Init tlie apparently IjiiriiiK-sW coffc'u N without doubt t.ljo failior of move stomiU'li trouble in America tli.in imy other item of food or drink. Gre.it Bi-iraiu ennsiM'K'.s about SO.UOn.OiiO pounds of coffi'O aiiiniiilly while AIIK.T:- canposo of something like ."..OO.ono.ijuo nearly or irni.io eleven, times as much. Analytical chemistry, discovers rlu 1 same poisonous alkaloids in cafTei' :i> are found in strye.linine, moniliiiu\ tobacco and whisky, These flight, poisons taken daily, ac- cniunlato until tlie eiteet on tlie nerve* and stomach is pM.i:ili!e with some people \\vho arc jmenluvrly susce]iiilili; to poisons): Hie doses are continued from day to day without knowledge of what is so suri'Iy dest.ro.vins 'hi- power of nerves and stomach. It, is a trial .to give np col'Cot', l>ut a new beverage has made J!.s appearance on rho market which is so like .Tuva coffee in Its deep seal browu color and assnniins tlie rich sol den brown of V.hick Mocha when crea-uv is added, (liar lovecs of coffee who are denied its use. because of tlie effects, can adopt vhis now food drink freely. The change in ta.sto is so slight that many do not discover that any change lias been made. The new product Is called Postum. and it, is assented by (he niaiuifiicnirers. the Fasttim Cerwi-1 Co., Limited, Bailie Creek, Mich., thai, it consists wholly and solely at wheat and other cereal*?, carefully cooked ami roasted in different ways. When, the parts arc mixed or blended a perfect breakfast beverage, a true 'health coffee results, which contains the nourishing and healthful properties of the SIM ins Intended by nature for .man's subsistence. It Is worthy (be trial of any one' who has trouble with coffee, or who desires to rcgtril.'1'te their 'habits with due regard to health and longevity. There is but. one genuine original iFostuin Cereal coffee with a multitude of Imitations offered as "Just as good." Merchants supplied .by .T. T. Elliott & Son. All Persian opium Ls cultivntod on irrigated, l.-i.nd; consequently the moisture is praet'ifciilly under the fanners' central. Th.ite is most, important, as rain, when the plant -is nearly at maturity, would be certain to destroy the opium elements. FOB OVER FIFTY TEARS. Winslow's Soothing Syrup DBS aeen u«ed for over fifty yeaft by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. Jt soothes the child, softens the gums, Allays all pain, cures wild colic, and It tlie best remedy for diarrhoea. It wttl relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-five cents i bottle. Be sure and a&k for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,*' and take ao other kind. Two of the most interesting automatic .uMcliiuos of the United Slates are those used by the Government for coimMng 'and tying -postal cards into small packages. These machines will correctly count 500,000 cards in tea hours and wrap and -tie Hie same in bundles of twenty-five each. TWO LIVES SAVED. • Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, o': Junction City, ID., was told by her dolors she had consunipVcTi and that theie \« as no hope for tier, but two bottles •)( Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says It saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 130 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tried everything else .then bought one bottle of Dr. .King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured:' He is naturally UmnkfuL • It is such -results, of which these are samples, that prove 1 the wonderful efficacy at -this medicine • in coughs and colds. Free trial- bottles at B. F. Keesling'.* drug store, "Regular size 50c awl $1.00. • Accordtiiff to (be Cripple Creek Journal the record in: Cripple Crcftk lulniu? has been .broken. Assays from a pay streak of ore opened a few days ago showed rhe mnguiiicent sum of $04,000' per tou 1'n gold. ' ^ • A-'cnterijiUar wMch protects .a/plant instead of -Mvtog on lit is a novelty. Such a one is that called Erasbiie Siclcula, . whl'ch' .takes. up its quarters on the olive trees in the south of France, and wages a war of extermination agaJnst the little Insect known as.the cochineal. Child renCf-y for ST. LOUIS' CYCLONE. , The New Theory of Architect Kirchncr Begarding It ,\ n d Bocklcn Arc Mait- nntlc FIclUs with Mississippi Vullcy • Iniictlvo Neutrul SIswK Which TcndH to Crcwto Toru»doc«. William Kirchner, tlie architect who has made what is regarded as the most accurate estimate of the property diim- nge wrought by the dreadful storm ill St. Louis, is also n prnctic.il im'tcorol ogist nnd was a deeply-interested observer of the disturbance. From his ciuce in the Commercial building ho watched the gathering of the clouds for 1111 hour or more before Hie storm broke over th6 city.' lie says there were two distinethnrricanes. The first«ai from the northwest, and according to Mr. Kirehner was the most violent. Tho second came from the southwest fol- lawing the first, almost immediately in point of time. Mr. Kirehner has studied • he phenomena of cyclones, tornadoes (.ml magnetic disturbances, -mid has evolved a. theory as to the .cause of hurricanes ivliich is new nnd likely to attract the attention of scientists the world over. Following is the way Mr. l\ireh::ei- puts his theory: "Jf the Allcghonics arc taken- as one magnetic field and tlio I?ockies as another, with the Mississippi valley ;:s an inneUvc !V.'utral mass between, storms will take piaec at different points along I ho edges of the magnetic fields, whi ehanire the polarity at different points. The thunderstorms occurring alon both edges of the two magnetic £eid tend to rotate Ilia central opposing mass, owing to the juxtaposition of similar ];olaritics. The contra! mass rotation creates a cyclone with the winds blowing from tlie north, southeast nnd west at. the borders of the central mass, whore it. joins the magnetic fields. If these magnetic fields are brought close •o eai:b other, sometimes within 1,000 feet of each other. 1 h'i rotations become more rapid, and we have the local tor- n;ido. This is on the same principle as an electric motor—the smaller the motor the more rapid tire rotations. In figuring the energy one runs to figures by the million horse power." Jlr. Kirchner said the two storms which struck St. Eoais were not tornadoes, but straight winds, and.had a velocity of 85 to 00 miles an hour. At the higher velocity the energy exerted would amount, to a pressure of 32 pounds to the square foot of resisting surface, This pressure, great as it was, was not sufficient to work the unparalleled destruction caused "by the storm, according to Mr. Kirchner's idea. He says that the trees, timbers, roofs, telegraph poles and other things picked up by tlie wind were hurled through the air like shot from a. battery of heavy artillery, and that when they struck a buildingits fate was scaled. ANOTHER SECT SPLIT IN TWO. Tho American Progressive An>l»l> Church Established at Arthur, III. The Amish church here has divided into two sects. The new church is known ns the. American Progressive Amish church. The. new organization is much more liberal and Americajii/ed in its beliefs nnd operations, while the old school, or old line, Amish hold to the idea that their .members roust not engage in the mercantile business nor live in town. They build no churohcs, have no preachers, but meet. from.house to house to house'to worship, and appoint preachers among themselves to preach one year nt a time, nnd each one appointed must fill the appointment. The new movement is looked forward to with much interest, as it. is g-enrral _ believed that the movement is for the better. However, they ore all an ho-.i est, thrifty class of people. Fully one-half of the settlement for six miles square around Arthur, III., is composed of Amish. They came here from central Pennsylvania, where there was a colony of them, known as the Mennonites, of Jfennonite eliurcK Strangers in town who never saw them before look nt them in amazement, as their style of dress and toilet is peculiar to themselves and their religious belief. • Some of them ride bicycles, but no new woman has been discovered among them yet, ^ WEDDED THREE TIMES. fiarltal Experience of Richard TL Carter nod Mm. >'. Ciirtnr, of Alton, I1L Richard Henry Carter and Mrs Nellie Carter, of Alton, 111., enjoy the distinction of having been three times married to each other without having ever been separated or-divorced. They belong to the best colored society of that community and are very highly esteemed. When, therefore Mr. Carter applied to Deputy Clerk Quarton for a license to marry his wife the official was duly astonished and refused to furnish the paper 'until the ir.r.ltcr was explained. The couple were married as slaves nearly 40 years ago an-d after the promulgation of "the emancipation proclamation they were again married according to the laws of Virginia. But the papers' in this union were lost in a fire. This fact, was painfully brought home to Mr. and Mrs.'Carter by a late decision of the supreme court which holds thai slave {carriages arc not recognized as legal by the inheritance lows of Illinois. As they have children and property they concluded to wake everything: safe and were therefore wedded the third time.' ilvy.In E In England the ivy is considered the emblem of fidelity. In all parts of Great Britain the ivy grows with a luxuriance unknown in most other quarters of the globe. . : !>^ __ , . y-. .;. •., ; : • Schoolhonsc Crclo ,„•• School directors in the districftot'Du vergne, lai, have ordered a cyclone we 1 dug at each 'Of the echoo]house«-i>>th6 district, . , ' " '';-'• a'-':-:' ; ' , ••„ ;„."" Qnccn'iiMe(llc»n» Chest, y . The medical! .department, ' of-' --tte queen's household costs £,8,700 yearly nndicpmprises 24 penon*. Evangelist D. T. Black, Peorta, Illinois. Saybrook, 111.. Feb. 19, ISM. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sirs: While at Cerro Gordo, UU in my revival work, 1 purchased 5 bottle of your Syrup Pepsin. I regard it as most: excellent I cannot get rt here in Saybrook. Is it on sale in Peoria, 111. If so, at what store! It not on sale there, if you will send me a dollar bottle there this -week 1 will promptly remit. I will be home this- nvi'U. Address Rev. D. T. Black. 1005 -u.-iiL- £r.. iVnria, 1)1. Yours truly D, T. BLACK. I*. 11- sale by )}. F. Keeslillg. 5 oc Bottle, FREE .-OF- FOURC Tbefollowlngexperltncnt Is worth trying: cSase a bottle ot Four • C" (Coneh, Cold and Croup Cure) at my store, dilute say Wotltwlti tiro parts of sjrop. is reduced 11 you don't fln<] It the most satisfactory remedy rot Cougbs nn< Colds sou ever used It stall cost TOU nothing. Onl aim is to conTlnce the public of the true merits o! this wondMful remedy. TRY IT on theabov< conditions. Wben taken cot reduced 4 C18 guar antwd to give, perfect satis'action In Asthmas Croup, Bronchitis, Grippe and all lunea cal trout l?a. B. E. KKESLlNtt. ACPT£ L1BYNG1TIS. ChlMgo, Sett 25Ui, 1S!». . For years back eaun filnter I nave sortered *ItI acute Laryngitis. Last winter was sobadlconK not leave my worn for two weeks or cpeakabovi awtlsper. I tried every koown cough prep«t»- tlon from cough drops up and do*n with no pe lief, then In desperation I was Induced to Or Phelps' Four "C," The flrst dose relieved m; cough, giving me the first night's rest for vre«k« Half the boitle cured me. I liave never be without this wonderful remedy since. It Is an d. ferent from oGiar like remedies as molasses fro vinegar and sugar from (and. Mrs. Joseph E. GruUb. £313 Jfadlson Avenue. HEADS NO CURt, NO MUSTACHE.^O PAY. NO PAY. . DANDRUFF CURED. I -will take Contracts to grow hair on Ibe He»a crhcowith those who can oil at iny ^o*=«°£ at the office oJ my agents, provided iho hc.d i« not elos'sy or the parrs of the scalp not closed. Where tbctead is shiny or tb. P°" S . C ' O «*V Ibero is no cure. Call mA be «an^ned ft« o. to me. itila maapo Made a well Man of -33 INDAPO T.1I BRMT HINDOO REMIDY nd leading drugRists elsewhere ' All Bri.2.1, N:ekel Plated and Bnrmi s Xfrrosene Oil. . ' . A beautiful, thcrouc^ly Wl»d» »nd flntly finished Bicycle Lamp, jolt »ni cyclone proof. font to an: your ioc.-i2Ve:i^T?oru ;ittjy;c»j"; auk lilmj THE PLACE * TERRY MFG. CO... ' 24.-* Ci nlt» St.; New York. XThv snfFer-frith dyspepsia? . Brootae, 850 South 2nd street, Philadel.. Jhi«,say8: "It took,only two mgnt!»l| Brwilian Balm to cure mie of dy»-;J sia with which I. suffered over 801 -eara; Now I have no pain or atonwch-l cough and can eat anything. Br«aliMtt| Balm beats the .world" The »ecnit Brazilian Balta killa the dyipepiU• ''' ' '

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