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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 12, 1896
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mu Gladness Comes W ith a. Bettor understanding 1 of the transient nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts—gentle efforts—pleasant.efforts— rightly directed. Thoro is comfoi-t in the knowledge, that so many forms of •Ickncss are not duo to any actual disease, but simply to ;i constipated com?'- tlon of the system, wliich the pleasing .family laxative, Syrup of Tips, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with fnillioiis of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who val.ne £00d health. Its beneficial affects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without, dubilitat-'-n}*' the .organs on which it ucls. It is.therefore •11 important, in order to got its beneficial effects, to note when yon purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California 1'ig Syrup Co_. only and sold by •11 reputable drajjpists. If in the enjoyment of good health, *nd the system is regular, laxatives or .other remedies are then not needed. If •Afflicted with any actual disease, one .may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in iu;ed of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the •well-informed everywhere. Syrup of figs stands highest and is most largely •*aod and jrivcs most general satisfaction. CARE OF CLOTHES. Should Mo Vuntlhitml Bo fore B«. . Ins I'at Away In Clnnou, The necessity for the propia' ventilation of clothing' that has boon worn cannot be too strongly insisted upon. It is a menace 1o health -to hung- clothing that !ios been worn tit once in a close closes where no nir ciui re.-icJi it. The excellent. costnmer or pole to hang vlothiug/bu in the room where it can be dried anil vcntiln.tcd properly before it is puta.u-ay found little market. They in'c n. q'n:at convenience. Xotonly can they be used to temporarily hold gar me n f A thin have bcu.ii worn outdoors, but also to hold the clothing at. nlg-ht; which is usually somewhat carelessly thrown over n, chair. After wen.rin{* il /gown outdoors the edge is usually driTnp, and it always needs brushing and folding 1 , that cannot always bo-donc when i r. is talon off. I [ tfie d ress liangs on the eostiirncT it will flioroujrlily air nnd dry, n-nd it may bo brushed after- wHin'i nnd iihon hun.jr iiivn-y in tho permanent. 'closet, 'Win.-n not. h\ use, tho "eost.iimor" i!iny to -srt, aw-ay iri the closet. WlirriMTr it is possible r.hcre should be -small windows i.n clothes closets fnr ventilation. Dclicaty dresses niriy be linns' '•" cotton l::!ffs to protect their color from, the lip-lit. — X. Y. Trib- un'o . IS IT A TEIFLE? THAT COMMON TBOUBLE, ACID DYSPEPSIA OR SOTJK STOMACH. Now Recognised as a Cause ot Serious Disease. FOUNDED CHICAGO'S LIBRARY, CARRIED Eriilo:;r MANY MILES. A:SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA ' IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Xcr-.r Vundr.!::; of UK; Viiloc'lty <>i' : ha St. Lonlit Tcr;i:ic!o, Afh-r '.'.10 ;•;:•":'.(. slcnn i:i Kt. Louis \V!lK:::ti c!o Gi'fC, rtsidins' if. miles '.vest of Y.".i;di.:li:i, 111., found in his dooryard the iu'>:t ;::::rnin.5r a photograph ol' (wb f^'h-ls l;oarii:j: t.he naracs o.f a St. Louis ]>Iioto5T:ipl;".r. On tJie si'.nic day on a fa mi in tin.' northwestern part of Fay- cttc eotiiuy was found a piece oT tar i-oof:r>;T- paper t.hrce foot square. It is thought these articles wero blown tha-t disi.:!iu!C' by the wind. Over the Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. The •nperlor accommodations given tho great number of patrons of t.he above train during tbo past tourist season, warrants the announcement of plans (or next season of flner serrlce with equipment superior to anything yet known in transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-inaugnration of "SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern 'Paeiflc Co. "Sunset Boute" In connection with the "Queen And Crescent Route" are running tho only line of through tourist Pullman Sleepers leaving • Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and Baa franclsco. > These excursions are specially conducted, and the object is to enable those who do not care to buy the flrst-clasa round trip or one way tickets, to enjoy • comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at. the rery low x second-class rate. For further Information, address W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. 9. P. Co., Cincinnati, O. W. G. NEIMYER, .G. W. Agt. S. P, •o., Chicago, 111. B. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Aftt. S. F. Co., New Orleans, La, Graham & Morton THE FABLED GIANT, ATLAS, Was said -to have supported the world upon his shoulders. If s'o, he must have been-a decidedly muscular individual. Wo can't all be muscular, but we ca>n oujoy a fair modicum of physical vigor if, when that blessing Is de- oiLed us by nature, we supplement her deficit by an appeal to the national tonic, I-Iostettor's Stonraeh- Bitters, which reinstates dlgcstioa upon a per- raanuat basis, rernadies nen-ousness, biliousness and constipation, and overcomes rheiima.tLsim and kictnoy troubles. It also counteracts .the poison of malaria dn air or water, and recruits exhausted energy w.hen impaired by unusual bodily or mental fatigue. The aged, Infirm and convalescent have no m'ore potent and thorough helper than tills jusitiy popular invlgorant, with a successful record of nearly half a century. / Aeid dyspepsia, commonly called heartburn, or sour stomach, fe a form of Indigestion -resulting from fermentation of thie food. The .stomach being too weak to promptly digest it, the food ru- mnl'ns until fermentation begins, filling the stomach with gas, and a bitter sour, burning taste In the in.ou.th is ofteu present. This condttlou soon becomes chronic and being an every day occurrence Is given but little attention. Because dyspepsia is Dot immediately fatal, niiiiny people do nothlug Cor the trouble. Within a recent period a remedy has been discovered prepared solely to curs dyspepsia and stomach troubles. It is Tcnowii "as. Stuart's Dyspepsia'Tablets and ic i's now becoming rapidly used oind proscribed us a radical eiu-c for every form o-f 'dyspepsia. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have been placed before the public aud avc sold by druggists everywhere at 50 cents per package. It is prepared by. tho Stuart Chemical Co., Marshall, Mich., and while it promptly nnd effectually restores a vigorous digestion, at the same time is perfectly 'harmless nnd will not In.lure the most delicate stomach, but on the contrary by giving perfect digestion strengthens the stomach, improves the appetiSte • and makes life 'worth living. Husband—Don't you think you. arc ra flier umii-casoiiaMo to expect mo to lake you .to a ball, slay awake until 4 d'clo'ck, fiutl tiicn. get up at S to go to my work? Witfe^-1 may be a Mttlo un- roasana.blc but it's perfectly brutal for yon to montlou. it.—Odds rtud Ends. . Htinf rjlt of H;»tory from tlio Life of the Luto TliouiiiH IIiieliL-H. It is pleasantly recalled that Thomas Hughes, author of "Tom Brown nt Rugby" and other popular books, who recently died, was the founder of our present great public Chicago library, which now occupies the Inrg-cst and stateliest library building in the world, says the Cliiejigo Interior. When the city was burnt in 1S71 and Great.Britain was helping America in the relief, Mr, Hughes bethought t.h.-it Chicago was bookless as \vell us homeless. Mr. Ilug-hes had been in the uly the year before nnd had been very hospitably received. He was deeply touched by the great calamity ir.id ut- once set to work to supply Chicago with ;i l.'brary, Thu first consiffnn-ent was of 3,5^0 volunies. contributed by hiniself and others at his solicitation. The whole amounted lo near 7,000 volumes. The city council accepted and housed them, and thus the nucleus of the great library vras-ex- tablishcd. This contribution continues to be t!ic most, valued part of the library. Itcontiins Volumes bearing 1 the autographs of the C|iiovn. of Ee.-icons- field. iririnji. authors and other celebrities. .There nre CJ2 volumes of tin "Chronicles and Memorials," published from the original manuscripts by tlu: "master of the rolls," which cont;ii:i everything known of the early history- of the British islands. The autograph and other specially valunblo books sent by Mr. Hughes are kept in glass cases. under key. A I'cnnHylvanla Obcltak. An obelisk, comprising- the different building stones ot the state ot Pennsylvania,. is being- erected on' the campus nt the State college. There .will be 1GS varieties of stone, in the obelisk, and, it will be 2G feet high, surmounted by a glacial bowlder. The stores will be ar- ra.nq-od in geoloq-icn'l sequent?., BOKN IN SEVENTY-SIX.' Bemarkablo Career of Mary Marka, the Spanish Carib. Waxhlneton County, ft:!,. Una a Woman Who Claim* to Be an OIi! UK Che Declaration of Indnpcntlence — U«r Unique Storj, OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels nnd kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. Tills medicine docs not stimulate nnd contains no whiskey nor other. Intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts miid'ly on, the stomach and bowels, adding strength, and giving •tone to tho organs, •thereby aiding Nature in the pertormauce of the functions. Electric Bitters" is nn excellent appetizer and' .aids digestion.. Old people find it just exactly w.bat they need. Price fifty cents and $1.00 per bottte at B. F, Keeslta'g's drug store. , The Honest Shakers and Cure for D.yspepsit. In the county of Washington, Tex., lives Mary Marks, "the Spanish.Carib," who is HO years old. A Globe-Democrat correspondent recently visited the old woman at the house of a negro, Lewis Perkins, where she lived. Mary JIarlis is now unable to walk on account of her extreme age, but she sat or. the side of the bed and talked cheer."nlly of t'lie past. Her mind was clear, though her body is sustained only by frequent draug-hts of whisky, a stimulant that only the necessities of age have induced her to touch. Mary is a native oi' .TTispnniola, of the West Indian group, and was born about the year 1 1776. She, with others of her race, was stolen with the slave traders; to be sold in the southern states when Mary was an infant. She retains even now vajfuo recollections of many sea voyages, the flap of sails, the creak of cordage, the wash of .the waves, the cruelty ot the vc.ssel'.s captain, Thomas Parker, a-dosliiupf fellow, that Mary still remembers with a mixed •fcclinrf of terror and admiration. The cap tain, she says, took a great fancy to the briji-ht infant, who was nearly white. 1 and who possessed so many charming ways, and so she, the pet oi the cabin, stayed with ihe vessel on many of its voyages and raids for slaves rntil she was six years old, when tho. muster died at Baltimore while unloading- a. cargo, and Mary with the rest was sold into slavery. The g-ij-1 passed through the hands of different masters and mistresses, until •";•.-. :;ecd never wear a limp or wilted -•llnrifyou wcnrtlic "Celluloid." It's :-'.'. and perspiration proof. When it •'..; spiled you can clean it in a jiiin- .'.; -.\-i-Ji n. wet cloth or sponge. It will -.'.•.viarsix linen collars, and save j:\i- ;• ;i:::cs its cost in laundry bills. Tlie INTERLINED .1 ;!ic only salisfnctorv water-proof '" J i v.U::r_i:iadc. The genuine "Celluloid" & :-.;:-:incd coll.irs andcuifsarc stamped ';| ;.-.'.'.-. lljc above trade 3:iark. All others -si .-? i.iii'ntions. d'j If ymi OlMoiii" rach : cuff* ur:iialinr Aoran't. soil Ui? '.-,.-J:i.lton^diri^1, Colin™ Sic. ;. m ;r, jn,sL;,:ii(I T .Mention size aiHlu >..- ;.-jrnL'd-(Jijw:i) wnnti><J. ' '?U1Z CELLCLOIO CO.1IPAXY, yftvr Vork. . "Now, Willie," said Mr. Wilklns, "papa is gotog away for two weeks. Rein'omber whose boy you are, and behave .adcoixBngly." "You can bet I will, daddy," said WJllle. "I'll have just as good ;t ti'me ns you will."— Harper's Bazar. TRANSPORTATION CO. JTWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO, CONNECTING WITH : THE VAND/VLIA RAIL'•: WAY AT ST. SEPH. JO- Beglnnlng May 25th and continuing until about Sept. 30th the steamers of this line will make two trips each way dally bet-ween St. Joseph and Chicago, •n the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p.m. nnd 10:30 p. m., daily, Including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a, m. and 11:30 p. m., dally, Including Sunday. Extra tolpa on'Saturday lenye St. Joseph at ••8 a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Konnlng time across Inlze 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 and City of Milwaukee (the largest and finest .west of Detroit), and the newly Tebnllt propeller City of, Louisville. Service flrst-class. Connections with all - Vandolln trains. 'Tickets on sale at all : Vandalla Line stations. Chicago dock •foot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., i Bentbn Harbor, Mich. TWO LIVES SAVED. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was told by her dolors she had consumpt-on and that theie vas no hope for tier, but two bottles Df Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her nnd she says It saved her lllfe. Mr. T-Jios. Eggers, 139 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a drcadiCul cold, approaching consumption, tried everything else them bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and In two weeks was cured. 'He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this .-medicine In coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at B, F. Kcesllng's drug store. Regular size 50c a.nd $1.00. HALF RATES TO MILWAUKEE. On account of .the International Con-, ventlon of the B. Y. P. TL, the North- Westcm Line will, from July 15 to IS, 1S9G, Inclusive, sell excursion tickets to-Milwaukee and return at one fare, for the round trip. The Chicago '& North-Western R'y is the "Lake Shore" Route between Chicago and Milwaukee and makes the run between the two clt- 'tes in less than two hours. For full tuforma-ton apply to ticket agents oi'- connecting lines or. address A. H. Waggener, T. P. A., 7 Jackson place, Indianapolis, Ind. i The shopkeeper who cheats us by .lying with regard to the <]iiaJ!ty of his Roods, nnd the grocer or butcher who gives, us shoi-t weights Is a thief. However, their knavery touches nothing but ova- pockctbook. Thcro is another., widespread foiin of misrepresentation of a fair more dangerous and vHlaiiious character. We refer 'to .the false statements and. wont-Mess guarantees that frequently itceompaoy medicines. To guarantee a medicine to cure is to brand it as a quack product If : ,we guarantee to cuire dfeease, then we guarantee everlasting .life, tor in a large majority pf lor tlit'sp pooju. Evangelist D. T. Black, Peoria. Illinois. The editor of tho AsbOnud (lie.) Head- liflht makes tlte. fodlowJng liberal a>njiouncomiGTiit: "Trout, tongue, salmon, wliUte fisJi or chubs taken in payment, far subscn-ipHitons at .this offi-ce. ' We have not yeb docMed to take any suckers oir 'hornpouts,' brat, may be driven to it later on." BTJCKLEN'S ARNICA SALYE. The best salve In the world toi cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feve sores, tetters, chopped hands, chilblain 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 2C cents per box. For sale by B. F Keesllng. : ' • . '•'-,.+.. ' . • . FOB OVER FIFTY .TEARS. Mrs. Wlnslow'8 Soothing Syrup has own uaed for over fifty years by mil- Hong of mothers -for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, tllays all pain, cures wild colic, and li the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by. driiBglsts In every part of the world. Tweaty-ffve cents » bottle. Be sure and atfe for "Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take '«> other kind. HALF RATES.TO SAN'FRANCISCO Oil Juno 15, 1C, 23,and ^4, 1800,. tht North-Western Liine.(Chicago•& North Western Railway), the famous "Ciili- forola In 3 days" Route, will soil excursion tickets to San Francisco nnd return a.t half rates, one fare for the round trip, good returning GO days from date of sale. For full Information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address A» H. Waggoner, T. P. A., 7 Jack,son place, Indianapolis, Ind. 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 cure Piles.—J. M. Johnston. A little 111, then a little pill. The 111 has .gone, the pill has won. DeWitt'a Little Bariy Risers the little pills that cure .great Ills. John M. Johnston. Customer—Why do you 'always relate tliose blorrible robber stories and other nn.ca.nny 'adventures when you are witting omc's''halT.., Hal* 1 .Dresser— Because they make people's li.ilr stand on end, and it is.thus much easier to cu.t.—Uiisere Geselitechalt SPLENDID; OPPORTUNITIES . For home-seekers and others desirous of changing their locations are.offered In the great States of Wisconsin, , Town, Minnesota,.South Dakota and Nebraska; Fertile and productive land is ;for,sale on the .most reasonable terms, and there are many openings for all classes of bus-' Iness men, particularly farmers and tllaiymin.' Those interested will be furnished full 'Information, free or charge, upon application to W. B. Knls- korn, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago; III. cases fclie people die of disease, the proportion of violent or accidental deaths being very small. Thie Shakers have always been knowu as a most upright.and honorable people, and liheiir success in, the ' manufacture of- medicines has also been well known. It Is therefore not surprising to find -them pursuing a very orlgin.nl niid novel plan for the introduction of of theJr remedy for dyspepsia. Tbeso God-fearing i>cople, whose motto Las always been "Try'all things and hold fast, thflt which Is good," have put upon the market tea cent sample bottles 0f their pi-od.nct, or sufficient to give it a trial.- The Shaker Digestive Cordhil is so prompt in its Tnction that for the trlv.il sum of ten cents a person can. usually d'oteniiiirc as to -whether or not.lt meets the roquiircmoiits of bis case. There are forms of dyspepsia which It won't •help, but these ore very rare. In most cases the first .dose relieves all distress, and an increase of appetite at once follows. All druggists have tit, aud the next time your are troubled with indigestion send ouil: and try this popular and successful product It represents nearly a hundred yeai-s of patient Investigation and study. MARY MARKS. New industrial'companies capitalize! at $00,500,000 wore-advertised In on day's Issue of. the London dailies re con,tly. 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 nvlgorate the system.—J. M. Johnston Slioshomo cwniiT, Idaho, lias added ^100,000,000 'to the mineral -wealth of ho world In tho thirty-five years of itb ilstory. One Minute te the standard time, and 5ne Minute Congii Cm-* Is the standard preparation for avery form of cough or :old. It Is the only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results,—.7; M. 'ohnston. • • Founded by Cardinal Wiseman and DanM O'ConucU in. 1S3C,- the Dubliii Review is about to celebrate.its sixtieth niilversary- ' Did you ever think how readily.the blood ts poisoned by constipation? Bad blood means bad health, and prematnre old nge.,,DeWItt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills, overcome obstinate constlpatlon.-r-J, M. Johnston. . . ., Don't fail to see the :u'tlst at Wai- dea's. •. . •••:••'.• ;.. .. When Baby w«u lick, we gave her Custorin. ... Whan she \rta n Child, ehe cried 'or Costortc . Wbea cbe becams Miss, she clung to Cutorli;.. Ftttsn gh«bad Chndreo, nhe (Tft^e than Castortu: ;Yonng mothers dread the summer months, on account of the great mortal- jty .among children, caused by bowel troubles. Perfect safety may be assured those who keep oh hand De- W.Itt'»'Colic and Cholera cure, nnd'nd- mtoister It'promptly. For cramps, ,bll-. at last when a woman of 45 she was brought to Texas in J821 by James Whitcsides and his wife, Betty, one of the three families to cross the Brazos, the other two being Jared E. Grace and Jolin P. Cole. "The Whitesides were the first to locate San Felipe, the first capita], where thej- established a tavern, the head waitress in which was Mary. At this tavern in 1S31 Moses Austin Bryan boarded, nnd was,then a clerk in San Felipe's first store. The -waitress was still-there at the time of the battle of San Jacinto, ami there is no more fascinating; rpcital'of those stirring times than her description of life and charac-. ter in that early day. „ At Whitesides' tavern congregated the future Statesmen hnd soldiers of fortune—Baron de Bastrop, the first surveyor; Sam Houston, Henry Smith, the first g-overnor; "Three.-legged Willie,"'or, as he was less familiarly known, K. M. Williamson, nnd many others. The attentive waitress, Mary Marks, was thoroughly alive to the greatness of her guest?, and repeats with the' keenest appreciation many of their sayings. Jt was at this tavern in 1S3G thr.t John Marks, a negro Method 1st preacher, came and married Mary, then 00 years.of nge. John Marks was a full- blooded African, ta.ll and very black, with long arms nnd a mouth almost from ear to ear. He had little education,, but he preached with power, and the white people flocked to bear him, in the words of his relict, "like birds." After bis marriage he made and saved enough money to 'purchase liis wife's freedom. Several . years later, after Texas had won her indeixMidcnce, the Marks moved to Cole's settlement, now Independence, where Judge John P. Cole presented them with a small tract of laood of ten acres, to revert to the Cole heirs at the death of the survivor, where they took up their residence and lived until.3SSO. John, Marks died ata good old age; Soon after this Mary, from her infirmities unfitted to take care of herself, was cared for by different neighbors, and both white, and black contributed to her support. The old woman also draws a pension of $30 a year from the A. M. E. of Independence, of which her husband was pastor. Saybrook, III.. Feb. 19,18M. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sirs: While at Cerro Gordo, III, In my revival work, 1 purchased a bottle of your Syrup Pepsin. I regard It as most excellent I cannot get rt here tn Saybrook. Is It on sale In Peoria, I1L 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. week. Address Bev. D. T. Black. 1005 State St..'Peoria, 111. Yours truly D. T. BLACK. For sale by B. P. Keesling 1 . x 5oc Bottle, FREE! .-OF- FOURG" The following experiment Iswortti trjlng: PUT: cCose a bottle of Four • C" (Cough, Cold and Croup Care) at ray store, dilate say yofltwltb- t no parts of syrup. As reduced If you don't flnd It tbe most satisfactory remedy forCougbs nnd Colds you ever used It shall cost you nothing. Onr dim is to convince tbe public of the true merits ol this w»nd«tful reined;, TRY IT on the above conditions, Wlien taken not reduced 4 c It guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in Asthma, Croup, Bronchitis, Grippe and all IUDR ot.btont cal troubles. . . - RE.KKE3L1NG. 1 The Rusxlan Codo of Honor. Two. young. Russian officers attached to the Orsk infantry regiment recently quarreled over their cups in a cafe chantant at Orenburg:, ni)<3 one ol tliem struck the Other ncross the cheek with his open 'hand. The sub-iHerns were intimate comrades, and 1-hi: aggressor made nn oraple and satisfactory npol- ogy when he came to his senses. This was cordially accepted by his friend; but the regimental court of honor decreed that the offlcors should fight, and a duel was arranged with pistols at 20 paces. The young lieutenant who had received the afFront and. forgiven his friend was hit in the. thigh and crippled, and consequently is unfitted for further service. The tragi-comicn). proceedings of these military courts of honor, ire as stupid ns they are mischievous. , Toll Weather by Wool. Shepherds say that the wool of the glieep furnishes nn excellent indication of'weather changes. When it.is crisp here'will be no rain: .When it.is limp. ACTTE LARYNGITIS. Chicago, Sept 25tt, 1895. For years back e.",ch sinter I hftve sofFered with acute Laryngitis, Inet winter «aa no bad I conld not leave my room for two weeks or tpeak above ; n whisper. I tried every known cough prepare- J tlon from cough drops up and down wHhnore-f lief, tben In desperation I was'induced to try J Phelps' Four "C," The first dose relieved my. cough, giving me the nrst night's rent for weeks. : Half the bottle cured me. . I have never been j without this wonderful remedy since, H Is as different from ollmr like remedies as molasses from j vinegar and sugar from nand, Mrs. Joseph E.Cjrubb.' 5313 Madison Avenue. NO CURE. NO PAY. NO MUSTACHE. NO PAY. DANDRUFF CUBED. I will take Contracts lo grow hair on tho held vJ or face with those who c»n call «t myofficsocv I ibcro is no cure. Call an<l bo examined free oi • • «b»n'c. 1 1 vcn cannot c^ll, -writo to me. -StU«. ihocMct condition of tho scalp .ind yonr occiK-:-J txion. VBOl". Q. BIHKHOI.Z, " [\ssa *. 2V. 1iih St;. cor. Sth Ave., New Y«k'Vl

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