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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 11, 1896
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Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature of tho many physical ills, which vanish' before proper efforts— gentle efforts—pleasant efforts— rightly directed, 'flu-re is comfort in the knowledge, that so many torms of sickness a-re not due to any actual disease, but simply to n constipated cond- tlon of the system, which the pleasure lamily laxative. Syrup of FifTS- promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so liigMy by all •who value good health. Its beneficial effects arc due to the fact, that it is the one remedy whioli ' promotes internal cleanliness without dobilitntnijr the organs on which it aets. It is therefore slf important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the jrcmiinc iirti- Cle, which is manufactured by the Galifornia, T'ig Syrup Co. only and sold by *11 reputable drug-gists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies arc then not needed. If .afflicted u-ith any actual clisen.se. one may 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 Kgs stands highest and is most largely •Bed and gives most general satisfaction. A^SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route—New Orleans to , Loa Angeles aid San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. The mperlor accommodations given.- the great number of patrons of the above train during the post tourist season, warrants tho announcement of plans for next season of flner service with equipment superior to anything yet known In transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-lnanguratlon of "SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset Route" In connection with the "Queen «jd Crescent Route" are running the only line of through tourist Pullman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and San 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 ride with Sleeping car privileges and no change of cars aMhe very low second-class rate. For further Information, address W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. S. P. • Go., Cincinnati, O. W. G. NEIMTER, 0. W. .Agt. S. P. •a, Chicago, 111. 8. P. MORSE, G. P. & T. Agt. S. H. -Co., New Orleans, La. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VAXDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing until about Se|>t. 30th the steamers of this line will make two trips each way Bally between St. Joseph and Chicago, •n the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. and 10:80 p. ro., 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 B a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Banning time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St Joseph Monday, Wednesday mnd Friday evenings. The equipment of this line Includes the sid'fi wheel steamers City of.Cblcago «nd City o£ Milwaukee (the largest and -n.rest west of Detroit), and the newly -"Hit propeller City of Louisville; .-> •••ice flrst-class. Connections with all A : 'alia, trains. Tickets on salo at all v- -Ha Line stations. Chicago dock •'•• i'Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pros., Benton Harbor, Mich. '1, then a little pill. The 111 has •HI hnii won. DeWltt'8 Little '•«» the little pills that cure 'nhn M. JohnrtoD -\ Children Cry for ''t Cattoria. DRAGON CORNER DESIGN. A Very Pretty and' Klfootlre Fancy for » Tublo Cover, A tnblc cover In sntln sheeting is decorated with dragon corners, as shown In following: illustration. Chestnut brown is 1ihc color chosen for the cover, mid his dragonsbip is. embroidered in gray greens, shading'from lifThtlo dark. The work is done in hul.f-solid embroidery, iiftchvard outlined with Japanese g-old'thrciul. The round dots may be covered with spangles, or CHJI be embroidered solid. ' Another fancy is to pnrchnse.hnnd- K)me brocades in floral patterns for soft pillows, table-covers, etc., t-hnn work I lie pi'ttiis of tin- fiowurs in embroidery silks,,using tJie "long mid short," stitch, ur "hrilf-wolkl" v.-ork. us^it is railed by 'sfflr.i.'. SU1! imothuv style shows conventional ck'sigr.:-;, tho detached figures of which were cavered with a-"lattice" stit-w- 1 .! i:: .7:t;-:::jc:X' ffold throod.—Home ::tivv Fojrs Are Formed. Fog's a-i-e more frequent in October o.m! XovciT.lici- than ut any other period of Iho'yra". because, besides tho evaporation from si':vs. rivers and lakes, there is :i constant exhalation from t.he "round in the form of vapor. • SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES For home-seekers nnd others desirous of chiinging their locatioug are offered In the great States of Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska. Fertile and productive land is for snle on tho -most reasonable term's, nnd there are many openings for nil classes of business men, particularly farmers aud diarymen. Those Interested will be furnished full' Information, free of charge, upon application to W. C. Knis- korn, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. Three hiiudred feet of the Northern Pacific roadway sunk iu Buiuars lake, near Atkln, Minn., just after a train had passed. In the Spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of—DeWItfs Little Early Risers; for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood, and Invigorate the system.-J. M. Johnston. You do not go out often to dinner, Mis. TVnddtngton?" "No, I don't think the best dinner on earth Is sufficient coinponisaitilton tor making one's self ngreeaUe for three hmirs at a stretch." Record. . .. ' One Minute fc.the standard time, nnd One Minute Cd«lBh Cur- Is the standard preparation for wwy form of cough or cold. It Is the only harmless'remedy that produces Immediate results.—J. M. Johnston. • Mr. O. S. Gray, of Hampden Gcauga county, Ohio, hns a eake of ma.ple sugar made In the spring of 1S5G—Just forty years ago. It Js ns sweet and good as ever. TWO WYES SAVED. . Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, o". J unction City, lil, .was told by her dof-ors she 1 had coiisum]'rt : on and that there \< as no hope tor ber, but two boftlcs 'at Drr King's IN'ow Discovery completely cured her, and she says It saved her life. Mr. Tihos. Eggers,'130 Florida St., Sau Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold,- approaching consumption, tried everything eke then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery an(1 lu two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful It Is such results, of which these are saimples, tliait prove the won- dorfuil efficacy of this medicine in coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at B. F. Kcesllng's drag store. Regular size 50c nod $1.00. ' NOTICE. Property owners on Bripg-hurst street are hereby notlfAed that at the regular sesslon'of tiie Gcwmruon CouricJl htld May 20,. 1SOC, the following resolution was adopted, tow.it: Whereas, Bringhurst street is to be paved wlih brick In accordance with the petition of the property owners along said street; therefore bo it .. Resolved, That all parties interested will be prohibited from interfering with the process of 'flip improvements after Juno 20, 180,6; and ttot owners of lots on either side along saM street are here-. by notified to at once make all water, gas and sewer connections in accord- ancc with the city'ordinance; alsovthat the city-clerk be.and Is 'hereby, instrnct- ed to'notify;the property'hoMera pf the passage oC the above resolution; Property .owners along the line of said •Improvement are 'hereby .notified In' accordance wlfcb -the above resolution. '•.B. ••',.. •'.,-;,;; ^:^K!(WronvCpfbr : "Si ONE IN EVERY FOUR, Ouc Person in Every Four From riles. Suffers About ouo .person Lu. every four suf- i'ers.l'roui ssotiic ron'in of rectal-disease. Tlio most comimou uud annoying Is itching, pile's, indicated by wan-m'|i|, slight moisture mid Intense, uucoutrolkLblG Ltebiug lii tilie purls affected. .Tim usual treatment bus been sonic si'mplc oi'ulsiwut or salve which sometime* give -temporary reUeJ!, but iioih- ing like a permanent cui'e can be expected from such, superficial treatment. The only pcnuancut cure for itchlug plies yet discovered is the .Pyramid Pile Cure, not only for itcMug 'pill's, but I'or every other form of piles, blind; bleeding or protritdiug. The ili-st U'ppU- catlou gives inertaivt -relict 1 and the noii- ttoucd use for a short tl-me causes a permanent ramoviu of the tumors or the small parasites which ca.iise the intense itching and discomfort of itching piles. , . Many piiysidans for a long time supposed that t.he remarkable relief afforfl- od by the Pyramid'Pile- Cure was because Jit was supposed to contain co- caino, opium or similar drug?, but sncli Is not -the case, A recent careful analysis ot the remedy showed it to be absolutely free JEmm cocaine, opium, or iu fact aJiy poisonous, injurious drugs •whatever. Sold by druggists at 30 cents per package. A steel wire fly-wheel, twenty-five foot in diameter ami requiring: 230 miles oC wire to its construction, lias been made in Germany. •Jonng mothers dread tho summer months on account of the great mortality among children ca.used by bowel troubles. Perfect safety may be assured those who keep on hand DeWitt's Colic and Cholera cure, and administer it promptly. For cramps, bilious colic, dysentery and diarrhoea,. It affords Instant relief.—J. M. Johnston. r>r, Salmon, tbe 107-year-old English pbysltlivn, has Just died at Cambridge. When he heard of flic battle of Waterloo .be posted to Dover and crossed to Brussels to cai'c for the wounded. He practically gave up smoking ot ninety, but drank port to the end. OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy In Electric Bitters. ,,Thls medicine does not stimulate and contains no whtekey nor other intoxicant, but acts ns a tomlc and alterative. It acts mildly . on the stomach : and bowels, addling strength, and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding-' Nature In the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and 'aids.. digestion. Old people find It.just exactly what they need. Price fifty cents and $1.00 per bottle at B. F. Keesltag's drug store. Greece has determined to have Olympic games at Athens every four years. The sfadion is to -be completed in Pen- tellic maa-ble, M. Averoff, of Alexandria, who gave a million drachmae to have the race course put in order, ha.v- tag. promised to give a half million drachmae ($100,000) a year for the pur- poise. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA. SALVE. The best salve in the world "oc 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 refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesling. 'Reports from the hiuntt'ng .regions in northern'Mate' say that deer were never so numerous at this season or the year as they are now. , Eczema IB a frightful affliction, hut tike all other skin diseases It can-be permanently cured by applications of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never falls to cure Pllea.-J. M. Johnston. f A brick cop'cem in Eppil-ng, N. H., received an order for 40,000,000 f mm finished im three years. Mrs. B. DeYoung, Midleburg, 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 mdst satisfactory Cough Cure I have ever used.—J. M. Johnston. ' A' novelty to'modern scientific:/rc- sewreh-ls'.th€ means-'by which.''';, .wtad may .-be .-measured by its sound. .The wfliistttug ,of ttic' : wind as -It crosses .-a wtre!.r.arl«5 with•'the ycloeltj-, and this can.'be comijjuted ..Irodn the pitch of th-a note 11 obsa-ved,.l)n ease of. a given dia- metor of wire, and for a given a-Ir temperature:^.;- '•!'..' r ......;..' '" ' When Baby -WM sick, we gtt»e her CMiori*. When «he WM n Child, ihe.crtad 'or Caitorta. •HALF RATES TO MILWAUKEE. On account of tho International Convention c-f the B. Y. P. U,, the Nortli- Wostnrn Line will, from July 13 to 18, 1SOO, iucrusivi', sell excursion tickets to 1 -Milwaukee and return at OUP fare for the round trip. The Chicago & North-Western 1 R'y is the "Lake Shore" Route between Chicago .and Milwaukee a.nd makes the run between the two cities hi less than nvo hours. For full Informafon apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address-A. H. 'Wng- gener, T. P. A,,'T Jackson place, Indianapolis, Ind, HALF RATES TO SAN FRANCISCO On June 15, 1C, 23 and 24, 1SOG, the North-Western Line (Chicago & Northwestern Railway), the famous "California hi 3 days" Route, will sail excursion tickets to Sau Francisco and return at halt' rates, oue fare for the round trip, good returning 00 days from .late of snle. For full information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address A. H. Waggenor, T. P. A., 7 Jackson place, Indianapolis, Ind. If it required an annual jnilay of $100,000 to insure a family against any serious consequences from an attack of bowel complaint during the year 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 family for such an amount. Any one can got this Insurance for 23 cents, that being the price of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack of bowel complaint before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned. Oue or two doses of this remedy will cure any ordinary case. It never fails. Can you afford to take the risk for so small an amount? Far sale by B. F, Keesling, druggist. The ladles of one of the Manchester (N. H.) euiwJiies liavc set an example. Cutting, away from, the custom they •have resolved against church suppers aud agreed to tax themselves for money weeded, and wfll no longer «eek tilirougihi the. laborious church entertainments. methods THE FABLED GIANT, ATLAS, , Was said to have supported the world aipon his shoulders. If so, he must Iwive been a decidedly muscular Individual. We can't all be muscular, but we cam enjoy a fair modicum o£ physical vigor ffi, when that-blessing is denied us by nature, we supplement her deficit by an appeal to the national tonic; EGostetitcr's .Stomach Bitters, which reinstates digestion upon n permanent basis, remedies .nervousness, biliousness and constipation, and overcomes rheumatism and kidney troubles. It also counteracts the poison of malaria in air or'water, and recruits exhausted energy when Impaired by unusual bodily or mental fatigue. The nged, infirm amd convalescent have no more potent and thorough helper than this justify popular invigorant, with a successful record of nearly half a century. . Detroit's celebrated park, Belle Isle, was purchased by the city In 1STO for % 200,000. Since then ova- $1,000,000 has been spent in -beautffyi.ng tie spot. Mothers will find Chamberlain' Cough Remedy especially valuable fo croup amd whoopimg cough. It wil give prompt relief and is safe and pleas ant We 'have sold it for several year and iit has never failed to give the mos perfect satisfaction. G. W.. Richards Duquesne, Fa. Sold by B. F. Koesliug druggist. . Another-box turtle was -1'ouud/ iu Providence waters the other day, upon whtoh ware carved some initials anil the dates as near as could be deciphered 1S29 awl 1840. Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier re siding at Monroe, Mich., was severelj afflicted with rheumatism but receivec prompt relief from 1 pain by using Cham berlain's Pain Balm. He.says: "At dved an order for 40,000,000 from beriains emu —• —•-"- 'ton, Ivy., eloped to Jeffersonville tlic 1 nrwhm 1 flrin the contract to be ttmes my back would,ache so baflly that othcr . niffht with Monroc Fiuklis. aged J5USI.UU , ' .. „,. ,.„„.,•,,„ ,. oll ™ ,,TV Tf I had not is. of Jessamine county. The couple i could 'hardly, raise up. If 1 k.-ul not gotten relief I would not be here to write 'these'few lines. .Chamberlain's Pain Baton IMS done me a great deal of fain jjrniii UH» uuuu ^^ •* B*™- —™ city tney liau ciopca, an« TOOK m» goocVand I feel very .thankful for It." ^ au ghter home. He afterwards secured For sale by B. F. Keesling. jinnee—Jack Slenton proposes iii Mils letter,'I woO'tler if lie really loves me; he 'has only known me. a week. The Brother—01), thoai pwliaps . he does.— •London Tltbiirs. '. . ' . . • . ' Did :,you 'ever think how readily the , ... . . WK 6 ^ u . interest in the prepai-ationa blood is poisoned by constipation? Bad , for tte oejx.mot.y. Among other things, blooa.raeansbad health, and premature th.e,famous old Kremlto is to be lig-htcd '"the famous little pills, overcome:.obstinate constipation.—J. M. Johnston, ; Mr; Gladstone . usually,, 'has three books-in'reading at the saine tl-mq, and changes iitrom one'.to tlie : : other as : 3Sc. ..,-'•'•• v Dnnger of Amputation. -Hospital- statistics prove, that tation is 'four times as dangerous after '- ' ' xKxnsiderB that his.mind has'reacbcd. the. CRISIS IN NICARAGUA, ' nonduras and Salvador Likely to He Involved or the Kcvollcrn to Succeed. Central Americans in Washington think thntthe critical point of theNiqa- rngu'an revolution li.'is been reached, au<3 the next .move will either involve Honduras and.Salvador in a dispute or settle the matter in favor of tho-rc.voli- ei-s against the a-ssumption of dictatorship of President Zalaya. This belief is founded on the very peculiar political conditions resulting! from Zclnya's nbnndonmpnt of the liberal party which elected him to the presidency, the strong sentiment ng-ainst dictatorships in all the republics aud the weakness of the clerical or church party in t.he more populous sections of Nicaragua- ft is predicted that the clerica.ls will not make any great sacrifices in support of Zelaya's dictatorship, as he is oue of their bitterest enemies, and,-it is said, has only sought their support for his personal aggrandizement. Tha ultimatum of the liberals is th'atZeiaya shall leave the country, turning- over the executive to Vice President Eoc:i nr.d the old cabinet until tlie next Ic- p-nl election can take place, and unless this is- shortly agreed to-it is the impression thut opponents of clericals in Honduras and Salvador ,mny •join the liberals m their efforts to uphold tlic Nicarag-nrm constitution. Tt is said that Zelaya has been oftcred th>; vacant post of minister-to Washington provided he promptly accepts the ultimatum. On the other hntid Zelaya demands the surrender of Vice President. Boca iintl all the liberal leaders and their trial before a military tribunal, r.nd this extreme demand arouses the liberal sympathy of the other two.re- publics that were parties to the recent alliance of Ainapala. It is said that there is no possible contingency under which Guatemala ntxl Costa Ttica can be drawn into the controversy. GRAIN AND TRADE CONGRESS. Comlns Meeting nt. Clmrlcston, S. C., Promises to Ho a SIICCCSH. The meeting.of tho south a.nd west gra'in trade congress at Charleston, S. C., on April 20. promises to be the most important session of this body ever held. Besides the interest with which President Fish's address invests the meeting additional interest will be lent to it by the presence of the presidents and traffic managers of all thei roads south of the Ohio and east of the Mississippi rivers, nil of whom have signified their acceptance of the invitations extended them to attend. Advices arc being received daily from different points in the south and west that they will send representative delegations. There is good reason to believe that no such commercial assemblage was ever before gathered together in thesouth or west as that which will commence at Charleston on the 20th. SHAVED HIS NOSE OFF. Harrowlnic Experience of a Man tVlio Fell Asleep In a Bafbcrt Chair. Sleeping- and dreaming 1 in a barber's chair lost a man the tip of his nose in San Francisco the other dn-y. The man dropped into tho barber shop to get a shave, and as his face was being lathered fell asleep. The barber continued to shave his sleeping customer gently. Suddenly the sleeper struck out right and left with his fists, presumably at some dreamland foe. His right struck the razor and drove its keen blade through tho end of his nose. This awakened him with a start, and after a hasty explanation, the man picked up the piece of his nose and ran to the city and county hospital. The su.rg-eou stitched the piece of nose on where it belonged, anfl there is a fair show of its growing in place or more or less in place. TO TRAIN PIGEONS FOR V\AR. Homing Birds to Bo Utilized by the Navy DopartmcDt. Secretary Herbert added a novel chapter to our naval strategic tactics when he signed the order adopting 1 a messenger pigeon service for coast defenses. Many hundreds of homing pigeons are shortly to be distributed iu groups among- about 20 different pobits aJoog- the Atlantic coast. Here they will be kept in coops until educated to regard their new quarters as permanent homes,, to which they will return when liberated from vessels ply ing the seaboard. Having thus been domesticated they will be placed aboard coasting- vessels and carefully trained to rind their homes without losing time. The coops, will' be placed in telegraph?c connection with Washington. FATHER OUTWITTED. Girl of Seventeen ISlope» with a Blurt from'Whom She- TCa« Divorced. Jliss Mojiie Tate, aged 17; of Lexington, I\y., eloped to Jeffersonville 1 is, of Jessamine county. The couple were married last July, but the girl's ^^ OTCrtook tbein wbi]c they wcrc returnil)g . ^^ Kicholosville, to which city they had eloped, and took his a divorce for her. The other day she came downtown unaccompanied for the second time since.the first elopement, met her lover; and planned her escape. .. The C*nr'» Charities. Tho czar of Kussia has set aside $100,000 to be distributed among the charitable institutions of Moscow in-honor of his coronation. His majesty is;tak- ,- ••. - ii >_*..._; *' : n ' «i*n r,TAVY.iv«»tir»nn PrchlBtorlo Human Giants. ' BluBJenbach says tbiat either the, tombs or bones of over 200 prehistoric human giants have been found in Eu' rope since the year 1301... Evangelist D. T. Black, Peoria, Illinois. Saybrook, 111.- Feb. 19,18W. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sirs: While at Cerro Gordo, ID.,. In my revival work, I purchased a bottle of your Syrup Pepsin. I regard it as most excellent I cannot get it here in Saybrook. Is it on sale in. Peoria, 111. If so, at what store? If not on sale there, If you will send me a dollar bottle there this week I will promptly remit I will be home this wot-k. Address Eev. D. T. Black, 1005 Sniro St., I'eori.-;, 111. I'ours truly D. T. BLACK. For sale by B. P. Keesling. 5oc Bottle, FREE! -OF- FOURG" The following experiment Is worth trf Ing: Pur- cEase a bottle ol Four • C" (Congh, Cold sod Croup Core) at my store, dilute say 14 of it wfUi two parts olsyrnp. As reduced Hyou don't find jt the most satisfactory remedy for Coughs and Colds jon ever used It shall cost yon nothing. Our aim Is to convince the public of the true merits ot thU wonasrful wmedy. TKY IT on theabov* conditions. When taken not reduced 4 C Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction In .irthma, Croup, BronchltlB, Grippe and all luog of bronl- caltroubles. B. E. KEESUStt. ACTTE LXBTNGITIS. Chicago, Sept 25th, 1836. _ For years back eacb winter I have suffered wltli acute Laryngitis. Last winter was so bad I could not leave my room lor two weeks or epeak above a whisper. I tried e»ecy Iccown cough prepiia-, tlou from cough drops up and down with no re- Hef, then In desperation I »BS Induced to ttj Phelps' Four "C," The first dose relieved my cough, giving me the first night's rest for wettu,', Halt the bottle cured me. I have never been without this wondetlal remedy since, It It as different from othar like remedies as xnolnacei from vinegar and sugar from tand,-. .•• Mrs. Joseph. E.Grubb, 5318 Madison Avenue. BALK HEA0S NO CURC. WO MUSTACHE NO PAY. NO PAY. DANDRUFF CURED. ' witeo erf»cewith those who can e»H « II Ihc office of my .Rent., provided ihc not rlMsy. or the pores ol the scalp not Who,c ihJ b«d is shiny or the pores . ' Boom 4.2 W. «4th SL. cor.« '• voui drn^iit .lor.*^ v "' ^ Manhood Restored jW«Xim^^'»- 8 tt JJBBVIT I written t*e to euro ail ^e^*» DUI DlnftA**" 1 , <uch i Wank Momory.LoiS Brain, rowur.' M.o« RC!JO, ( \VakotaJnci l^ont Majihood, Ncr iowmcRiv Atroph Lassitude,' «41 drain* *'uuwfe.»i".vu M——..— ajid ]o»8 o€ pcwcr or . PUted mod Kerosene Oil. The Pathfight V A btnutiful. thorouehly In * < '* * B * I «nely fini«hcd Bicyclf Lamp, jolt •»* * cyclone proof. nu . *, JH.T .tmrt of the «o"'"'T m r»cotpt of n^ee, ^. : ' 0 '';. l! -; ll 3; D rfjourJocftiuCAJarloi;Aim]ol6__ ,... THE PLACi-a TERHY MFG. CO... •241 C(.nl,-« St., New Yotk. Whv suffer with Brooffle, 850 South 2 phis, says: "It took only two for Bwxilian Balm to cure me pepsia with, which I suffered ,. years. Now I have no psin or £tom«C»*. Brarillai* .1 -•&'•>

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