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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 19, 1896
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STORY DP A RING. : to All Who Gladness Gomes W ith a bettor understanding of the transient nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper ef- forts—pentlc efforts—plwisan t efforts— Tightly directed. There is comfort in •the knowledg-e, that so many forms of •IcVncKS are not due to any actual dis- , but simply to n, constipated cond'- of the system, which the plcnsnuc family laxative, Syrup of Fifrs. prompt- ^wremoves. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is •very where esteemed so highly by all who value pood health. Its bcne.tkial affects fire duo to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal Cleanliness without. debilHnt-'tig- the ampins on which it n.cts. It is therefore »lfImportant, in order to pet its bcnu- Acial effects, to note when you pnr- -ehaec. that you have the fi-cnuino article, which is manufactured by the California Fig- Syrup Co. only and sold by •II reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, •ad the system 'is regular, laxatives or •other remedies are then not needed. If *fflicted with any actual disease, one :*tay be commended to the most skillful Jlhjaicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the -well-informed everywhere. Syrup of stands highest and is most largely ami gives most freneral satisfaction. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA r\ FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. The •Operlor accommodations given the (reat number of patrons of the above tr»ln during the past tourist season, warrants tho nTiuonncernont of plans ft* next season of finer service with eqolpment superior to anything yet known in transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-iuauguratiou of •"SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southui-D Pacific Co. "Sunset ^Eoute" In connection with the "Queen and Crescent; Koute" are running tbt> •only Hue of through tourist I'uilinan Weepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and Ban Francisco. These excursions are specially conducted, nnd the object is to enable those Who do not care to buy the first-class round trip or one way tickets/- to enjoy a comfortable ride wltb sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at thu Tery low second-class rate. For further information, address W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Afft, S. P. 00., Cincinnati, O. W. G. XEIMYER, G. W. Agt. S. P. •o., Chicago, 111. g. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Agt. S. •o., New Orleans, La. 'It Proved ftn Til Oineu Owned It. It is stated upon"what appears to be pood authority that in one of the paries in the Spanish capital city of Madrid .u. uuijfiiiilccnt.rhig hivngs by, ft cord about, the, neck of the atiitnc of the Moid of Almodmo, the patron snJnt of Madrid., This rinp, rsnys\ Harper's Pound'Tiib)e, v tfaough set with dlarn'onds nnd .pearls, le^nevcrthckvis entirely unguarded. The'.-policc pay no attention to it, nor is there imy provision lando for vu.t*:hin(r it by special, ofllcerB,..be-- cuB.se it IK not believed that any. thief,' however during, would venture to'ap- propriate it to h!t> own use; and when the histo-jy- of the-ring- Is considered, it Ls hardly to bo wondered u.t that a superstitious people prefer to give it a wide berth. According' to the etory that is told of it, tlie ring- was'made for Kin;; Alfonso XII., the father of tho present king of Spain. Alfonso presented it to his cousin, Mercedes, on the day of their betrothal. How short hex married lifo.was nil knoxv; nud on her death the kin£ presented the ring to his grandmother, Queen Christina. Shortly afterwards Queen Christina died, and the lung 1 gave the ring to his sister, the Infanta del Pilar, who died within the month following. The ring was then given to the youngest daughter of tho Due de Jfon t-pensier. In less than three months she died, and Alfonso, by this time fearing that there ! 'was some unlucky omen connected with I the bauble, put it nwoy in his own treas- j ure box.- In less than, a year the king himself died, and It was deemed best to put the ring awiiy from all the living. Hence it was hung- about the neck of the bronze effigy of the Moid of Almod-ma, where it appears to be as safe as though surrounded by a cordon of police. A VALUABLE PRESCRIPTION Editor Morrison of Worthington, Incl., "Sun'' writes "You have a valuable prescription in Electric Bitters, nnd I can checrPully rcco-itwneud it Cor constipation and sick headache, and .is a. general system tonic it lias no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle 2G25 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all run down, could not cat 'nor digest food, had a backache which never loft her and felt tired mid weary, but six bottles of Electric Bitters restored her health, nncl renewed her strength. Price 50 cents and $1,00. Get a bottle at B. F. Kccsli-ng's dnis store. IT CAN'T BECOME. : V Xo One Can Retmiln Well,'No Chronic Disease. Can be Ctu.-etl Unless the Stoninch is First Made Strong . •• and Vigorous. . This is plain because every organ iu 'the body.dopemls on. the stomach for Its nourislmieni'. Nerve, bone, siuew, Mood are mmlc-from Ihe.l'ood which the- stomach' converts to our vise. How ivsolo.ss lo treat disease with ttils,...jth(U and (he other remedy iiud neglect 'Hie most Important of all, the otoiunch. Tin; earliest symptoms of Indigestion are sour risings, bad laste in tlm mouth gas in stomach nud bowels, palpitation, all-gone toiling, faiutnes.?, headaches, con£tl'iHvtion: Inter comes loss of llesli, consumption, liver and heart troubles, kidney disease's, nervous prostration, all of which are the indirect result of poor nutrition. Any pei-sou suffering from indigestion should make it a practice to take after each meal one of Stuart's Dyspepsia ruble-is, allowing it to .dissolve in the nouth and tlvus mingle with the saliva ind outer the stomach in the most natural way. These Tablets arc highly •ecom-i.nen.ded by Dr. .Tonuisou because :hey are c-oiraposctl of the natural dlges- 1lvo acids ami .fruit essences which assist the stomach in digesting all wholesome food before it lias time to ferment and sour, Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold by druggists, fu'll sixer packages at 00 c«n:ts. They arc also excellent for iu- valids and cliildreu, A book on stomach diseases .and thousands ol tcstim- ouiaJs of genuine cures scut free by addressing Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich, CONVICTED OF/A'N OLD MURDER.' i Aant Swoa- Blun'Coiircfnf« . . i tocu Vc'Ok-H A^o. One of the most, remarkable murder trials hi Philadelphia ended -the other evening in the. convjet-ion ,pf AlphonsD, Cutaiar, ,lr., for murder ini.thc first degree, for killing 17. years ag-o, Johanna., Logue, his auul^ who was the wife of Jimmiii Lcguc, the notorious burglar and .crboli. • ; ; . .j . -, '"-'., , . his wife .'.and Cutaiar : lived !A BABY. ELEPHANT.'• Tin; town of Salisbury, Vr., Ji;is had only four town clerks since ils iucorpor- iwio.ii under Governor Helming Woivt- wo-rtl!-. Aiifrnst 2(i, 1701. TJlo first durU T!ioin;is 31,'ihtlson, IwJd the po*i-1;»n nn- 1,1.1.178-1; .Tacob GaUisha for forty-one years, nTilil 1S2"; Myron Barton, has successor, .served imtU October 0, I1SSO. Ho, in tm-u, was •succeeded by kis sou, tl-ii-a.in, \vlio still holds' the oilicc. A novel trip over the continent of Europe will lie mailo tlris summer by Afiolp'h Sc-lnnuck 01' ImlijiuapoJis. Ho will leave about .Tidy 1, tiiUing his whcol wiitih lam. Ho expects before life rotuim to visit tlie loading poin-ts of interest in England and fhc couti-noiit, making all O'C tlic disrauces on his wheel. When we consider that the intestines are about five times as long as tlio body, we can realize the intense suffering experienced •when they become Inflamed. DoWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure subdues iulhvmnuaUou at once and completely removes the difficulty.—Jno. SI. .Toll ns ton. THE IDEAL PANACEA. Jiuues Jj, Francis, Alderman, Chicagr says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as an,Ide;i'l Panacea for Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, having used it in my faju-Hy for the last five years, to the exclusion of physician's prescription cr other preparations." Eov. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been a minister of the Methodist Episcopal church for 50 years or more and have never 'found anything so beneficial or that gave me such speedy relief as Dr. King's New Discovery-" Try this Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial Bottle 1'ree at B. I'. Kcesli'ug's drug store. •happily together unjil .February, 1879,. .when-Mrs. Logue. raystcriousiy j^i'sap-. pcurcd ttnd with her valuable jewels and some government bonds. Logue was in New York ivt the time, but on his return was told by Cutaiar that Mrs. I/og-ue ha<l gone to New York. Logue cpeiit $20,000 in looking for her. Soon after the disappearance of hisauctCut- a-iar murried a. Miss f-n!lie Camp, and Logue moved elsewhere. After a lapse, of many years the owner of the house employed u 'carpenter to "repair-the kitchen floor, and when the boards wp.ro-removed the skeleton of Mrs. Logue was found. It was identified by the teeth and wedding ring. An investigation by the police recalled the fact that Logue hod occupied the house. He was suspected of wife-murder, and as KOOU. n.s he heard of it he returned to Philadelphia and surrendered himself to Coroner Ashbrklge. He said he was innocent, and made known his suspicions that Cutaiar had murdered his wife iu order to secure her valuable jewelry (Hid $-1.000 in government bonds which she was known to have h:ic! in her possession. Cutaiar was arrested on April 12, and. five clays later made a confession implicating- Lcguc. This was followed by another confession the snme evening, in which he relieved Logue of any knowledge of th«? crime. Had I'hclr Wish. KrneKi. Duez, the painter, whose ilcr.th was announced recently, was riding a bicycle in the-forest of Sa.int-Clerm.irn and fell (lend from congestion of the brain. Uc nnd .Maupassant were talk- iug about death at a dinner party some years ago, Duex. saying that as long as a mail must die it is bet.tcr to die in bed, surrounded by one's family and receive all their attention. Mnuspnssaiiu exClaimed: "Tlie worst thing a bout den'.h is l.hc illness, ft is far better TO drop down without feeling it." Neither had his wish. Just Brought from the Jungles of India to New York. H Vlgoron* Little Heine with a Procll- f loud Apputlto—Sl-ory of Her Capture— Her Parent* Killed by the Ilnnt- m Wlio Took Her. Sue Brebt—"How did you liJtu Horace's acting?" Ella Cution—"J. can't say fihat J liked it. la 'that dea/lli scene I thought IK; died very poor 4 ." "Well, you know, most actors do die that way."~Yon.kMvs Statesman. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. JTWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHI- .1 CAGO. CONNECTING WITH f THE VANDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 2oth and continuing •ntll about Sept. 30tb the steamers of this line will make two trips each way dally between St. Joseph and Chicago, •n the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m, and 1030 p. m., dally, including Sunday. X/eavc Chicago at 0:30 a. m. aud 11:30 .p. m., dally, including Sunday. Extra tolps on Saturday leave St. Joseph at t a. m., and leave Chicago nt 2 p. m. ttunnlng time across lake 4 hours. Tri-wcckly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St Joseph Monday, Wednesday «nd Friday evenings. The equipment of this HUG Includes • *be side wheel steamers City of Chicago and City of Milwaukee (the largest and Bnest west of Detroit), and the newly WbnUt propeller City of Lonlsvllle. Service flrst-class. Connections with all (Vandalla trains. Tickets on sale at all (Vandal!a Line stations. Chicago dock , toot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., ,; Bcnton Harbor, Mich. Beany Dietus—"There is an article iu 'today's paper I should like you lo get my wife to road, but it is no use ask- :iug her." Sam Singleton—"I'll tell you lio\v to do it. Cut the piece out and pint it in your pocket."—N. y. HcralJ. In the Salon catalogue tlvfe year there is li.sied a picture of a riiihulolphla woni-au now in Paris whose homo ad- dross is satnewibiTC in Chestnut street, and 'tan's is duly set down Ju -the catalogue, and ,in English. Rnt any Frenchman who reads English knows, oC course,- whait st, stands for, so this aiu- iablo lady nmxl oxccMeDt painter appears .in thie catalogue thus: "Miss , Chest nut Saint, Philadelphia,"—Bostoi Transcript. ROUND, ROSY FACES Laughing eyes, frames full of vigor aud elasticity, are blessings attainable by the cadaverous, the haggard nnd the dyspeptic wlro try that wisest of ex- peximents—an experiment whose happy outcome is certified to by myriads—viz., a course of H-ostetter's Stomach Bitters promptly began nnd steadily pursued. There is no tonic comparable to it In efficacy, none 'more agreeable nnd speedily beneficial. The nervous and dypeptic, suffcriDg from malaria, rheumatism, constipation, biliousness acd kidney troubles are rapidly aided by the Bitters, and it is one oC the best rncaus oC counteracting the effect of excessive bodily or meuta' fatigue and exposure in wet or Inclement weather. Persons of,sedentary habits find it a most useful vivificr and recuperator of exhausted energy. Use it in order to sleep well, cat heartily and digest thoroughly. Physicians everywhere speak Iu h'igh. terms of it. Pintn, E. baby elephant weighing 800 pouiuds; arrived the other day In New, lYork on the steatrier For( Adelaide front Rinflrapore.lndia.. Nine weeks agoahnnW ing party left Singapore to so.arch the jungle for tigers. There were 15 in tlie party, six, Europeans nod nine natives. One day they came upon Pinta and her- mothetv- They had- no paraphernalia for trapping elephants, but'they r«- 'Kdived* to make c>iptivop of-the-two, Mrs. Elephant, iis Boon us she became aw[ire of their presence, hustled her lir<by iiloug iu an effort to escape. Sh-; trumpeted loudly-as she fled, and soon tticre-caine from the depths of ithe .jungle the answering bellow of hjr unite, Pinta's pnj)a. There was a crashing of trees anil then lie appeared, a tremendous beast, with a swinging- t-rtinli and the light of battle in his twinkling eyes. The hunters made up their minds that they had a bigger fight on their hands than they had bargained for and bognn to fihoot at the massive brute who came charging down u]>on them. Two luckless n.l- tivcs were Unable to get out of his ivny. One of them was caught in the long- trunk and dn.shed to the ground. Tie was killed instantly. : The life of the other w;u< crushed out beneath a ponderous foot. The survivors rained bullets upon the elephant. Finally one entered his eye nnd ho> fell dead. The mother had been disabled early in tho fight and she :ind t-hc baby were captured. They were taken to Singapore, where they were purchased by the agents of an animal dealer in Xew York city, who shipped them at once on the Tort Adelaide. The mother had been wounded fatally, and when the ship-was five days out she (lie;). Pinta, is three feet right inches in heightnnd measures eight feet froin ttic tip of her trunk to the end of her tail. Her body is four feet long. Every day she oats 2!> raw egvrs in a pint of port- wine, ten loaves of bread and 23 pounds of hav. Talk With Hood's Sarsapa- I rilla," Bales Talk,." and show that this medicine has enjoyed public confidence~»nd patronage to e greater extent than accord* ed'any other proprietary medicine. This is simply, because it possesses greater merit and produces greater cures than any Bother. It is not what we say, but what Hood's Sanaparilla does, that tella the story. All advertisements of Hood's SaraapariUa, like Hood's Sarsaparilla it- sell, are honest. We have never deceived the public, and this with its superlative medicinal merit, to why .the people have abiding confidence in It, and buy Hood's Sarsaparilla Almost to the exclusion of all others. Try It, Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Ma»3. u j» r-k-n arc the only pills » take MOOU S FlllS wltb Hood's Sarsaparilla. Evangelist D. T. Black, Peoria. •Illinois. WOMEN MOONSHINERS. It would be 'hard to convince a man suffering from bilious- colic that his agony is duo to n mjserobc with an un- pron-oimca'blc name. But one dose of DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure will convince LJm of its power to afford instant relief. It kills pain.—John M.John- ston. Renewing the Trouble—Wife—"Xho minister made an earnest appeal for contributions in s\i(l of our missionary work in Africa." Hiisbamd—"'Well, he'll have to coivnt mo out. If h.e bad his way, he'd have us' exporting gold •to Africa—just as our country is get- ling ou JIB feet, too,"—Brooklyn Life. FOE OVER FIFTY TEAKS. Urn. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup hai oeen used for over fifty, years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success ft soothes the child, softens the gums allays all pain, cures wild colic, and n the beat remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve tue poor little aufferer Im mediately. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Tweaty-ftve cents * bottle. Be sure.and ask for "Mrs. fVlnsIow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. Pass tlie good word along the line. Piles can be qiiicldy cured without an operation by simply applying DeWItt's Witch Hazel Salve.—.Tno. II. Johnston. The only animal known in the world, which, ou th/c approach of dissolution seeks out the general burial grounds of its species, and there digs its own grave aaid ll.es down to die, Js -(ho p-uaaieo, or wild llama. It is peculiar to other respects, too. These animals, in fact, liave n regular sanitary system, which they respect Uke beings. Tito suiT-py of ,t!ie volcano Popocate- petl, Mexico, for iJie purpose of dcter- BTliiLing itlhe best location for an ariei cable -railway to the summitt, has just been completed. TMs new railway will be a g-rcat attwctiOTi to tourists, who will now bu able to make the ascent to i ho snimmt, 18,000 feet above •the soa, and also descoud to the crater, where .Iho process of extracting sul-, l>hur L* being: carried out.. Bmby ft* Oak, we g»« her Outoria. the wu it Child, fhc cried '.or GaMri*. efae bncftme Ml«, she clung to Qutoria. to"! Cliildrt-a, "Ji" if Small In size, bnt great IE results. DeWItt's LlitUe Early Risers net gently but thoroughly, curing Indigestion, dyspepsia and . constipation. Small pin, safe pllJ, beet pin. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world roi"cuts, bmlses, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever §ores, tetters, chapped hands, cl-.llblalns 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 bos. For sale by B.' F. Keesllng. George Harrison bcmdrn Laodretb'* •eeds only. ; v : Persons who have a coughing spell every night, on account of a tickling | sensation in the throat, may overcome " It at once by a dose of One Minute Cough Cure.—Jno. M. Johnston. First Go.-iit— "Why, Xaoeltc, wba,t's the matter?" Second Goat—"Appendi- citu's, WHliajn." First Gont—"Stove pipe':" Second Goait—"No, art posters."—N. y. Press. We are anxtous to do a little good iu this world and'can think of no pleasanter or bettor way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and o'ther serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds.—Jno. M. Johnston. Thoy Arc Acctinod of Unlawful Manufacture of Mountain Dow. .In the latest raid of the United States marshals in Kentnolfjf mid Tennessee n dox.cn women were arrested and eig-ht of them are in the Coving'ton jail. "Pretty as a picture" docs not apply to these mountain maids. KLiza Vauffhan was arrested four months suyo and broujrht to Covinglon. When she was first brought in she refused (o speak a, word to anyone for two wcelvS. She finnlly broke the spoil of silenco, since which time she has been ii\ the best of spirits. She married n man who managed to tret rid of nl! her money and then deserted her. S?ie then joined the moonshiners, but protosts her innocence. Julia Ison is a. comely lass mid was betrayed to the officers by a lover whom she had rejecter!. She declared her in- nooence, and says as soon ns she gets throug-li with the court, she intends to make her home' in Cincinnati. She is 21. , Minnie On-ldey, aged Ifi. of Elliott county, is the youngest of the prisoners. She says Mary Eberso3e, who 5s also a. prisoner in the Covinp;ton jail, told on her nnd she told on Mary. Marv' find Nancy Howard, ofKliiott county; Holly Mnlli<= and Susie Coot, of Bi? Tennessee Creek, and Ellen Bunn, of Mcjncfee coiKiJy, nil protest their innocence. Besides the eight women there are 70 male moonshiners in the Covington jail. Saybrook, 111., Feb. 19, 1S94. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sirs: While at Cerro Gordo, 111., in my revival work, 1 purchased a 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? If not on sale there, if yon will send me a dollar bottle there rhis week I will promptly remit. I will be home this wiji-l;. Address Rev. D. T. Black, 1005 Stale Si., Peorj.-i, 71). Yours truly D. T. BLACK. ATTENDS A DRAWING-ROOM. Presented to JDuchcRA of Marlboroush Princona of Wales. The princess of 'Wales held a drawing- room On behalf of the queen af'Eucking-- huin palace the other afternoon. The duchess of Marlborongh, forruer.'y Jfir;s Vandcrhilt, of Now York, was presented by her mother-in-law, the marchioness . of BlandforrJ. The duchess wore a magnificent train of white duchess satin embroidered with pearls, with a gold and silver design of true lover's knot bordered with foliage. ]Tor bodice was of the same material inid cltsign as the train, trimmed with Brussels lace nnd fronted with a boquet of tiny whito rosebuds. The sleeves were of tulle and white satin. Her petticoat was composed of several flounces of exquisite Brussels lace, and her cape was of white satin. The duchess wore a head-dross and court plume with a veil and ornaments of lily of the valley from Blenheim palace. The three sisters of Uie duke of Marlboroug-h were attired alike in white satin and wore 1':i> •family' pearls. The marchioness of Mnndford wore pearl : gr3y sa.tdn. "GOT IT" TRY FOUR "C" "Four C" has cured asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia and ulcerated tonslliUs. In composition it is different, Is more powerful nnd active, in fact Js as different from any other lung remedy as molasses Js different from vineear- It is a revelation. Best of all you take no rjsk. TJic essence of the contract is. "Four C" must give satisfaction or money refunded.—B, P. Kecsline. V1TALIS — r THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. VITALIS PRODUCES - - 7 THE ABOVE RESULTS. flOUj Day. It quietly and nnrcly ro-l ., . mrotcnc il Drcn BREAK A RECORD. .'•:'.-. i:;cd never -we.ir a limp or wilted• !'..ir.ifyou wcnrthe "Celluloid." It':; •ii: aiKl perspiration proof. When i; '•ti- soiled you'can clean'it in a inin- •,c -vith a wet clotii or sponge. It will it-wear six liucn collars, and save 111.1;• t:.'ues : its cbstJii laundry bills. The Homlncr Children Cry for "Wake up, Jacob, day is breaking!" so said Demtt's Little Early Riser to the man who had taken them to arouse bis sluggish liver.—Jno. M? Johnston. INTERLINED s the only satisfactory water-proof •Cellar made. The genuine'.'Celluloid'' ::itcrliticd collars and cuffsarc stamped with the above trade mark. All others .arc imitations. •••; •••.-.-•. • • • . 1* your furninhcr doesn't Fell tlio "Ollnlofi!" gnodfl, HcnO trt Urt dirnet. •: ColUrn 2ttc<- each ; cuffs {<>«!. pr.tr, postpaid.' Mention sico kadttylo (fttaud' Op vr turuod-dowii) irnuted. . • i . '• .. THE CELLULOID :iii.'.':»l-i -i'-'- ni< l^conn Mako Thr*>A ]Inndi*«d In £.RKB Than Five Unnrrt. Two Detroit homing 1 pigeons tho other day broke the ,'IOO-mile record. They arc owned by Fred Pouff and JUoberi Seheraanslcy, of Detroit, Mich. nouff'sf pigeon was let loose at Sidney, 111., nt 6:30 a. ro. on Sunday, and nided by the strong wind reached its lofti'n Detroit at 11:44 a, m., traveling the entire distance in 4 hours nnd S4 minutes, or at the rate cf 1.S52 yards' ora'HU7e Over a mile a minute. ScheinansV-y's- pigeon arrived there "3 seconds later. Both pigeons defeated (he standing record made by Goldman 's birds of Bos- itom by'HC yards per win lite: An Old Auoclatlon, The association, known in rhiladej- phia as the Contribution to the Penn- Kyjvnnia Hospital has just celebrated its ,145th year. • • '•- -'•'' City Without .a Director)-. .'.,,There SB no directory in the city of Sti Petersburg 1 . . . .. ,, ' Klebilv J5ml«alonr>, Evl . . . Wosthlc dlaenscs «nd oil ptTccts at scir-Bhase or cicess and Indlscreilon. Restores Loat Vitality, Power nnd Falllnsr JfeiBOry. Winds o(T InsBn't? • nnd consumption. Cures when tilloUiersftul. Insist on having VrTAT.I1S, no oilier. Can bo carried In the vest pocket. By m»ll »1.OO per pnck«CTorsIx for*S.OO wlLli ngunrontco to Cure orWc»m«i the Stonoy. Clrcul.iiTree. AdJrcsg CALUMET MEDICINE CO-, CHICAGO, ILL For sale by Ben Flsber and B. F, Keeslinjc. A BieEsinjj for the Ladles. Thousands of ladies are using Brazil- Ian Balm.. For soreness, pain,.l)e«ring down, and many kinds of trouble, it act* Uke a charm. A 60 cent or dollar bottle often does more good, in one week than «ny other remedy does in months. Used as an.iujection it goes rig-ht to th» §pot,remOvingallin2arainalion. Taken in 16 drop doses every hour ciecka excessive flooding. Pneumonia. Mrs. A. J. Lawrence, of B«ayer, B*^ •ays;.' "Brazilian 1 Balm- brought tne out of . a »tvere attack .of. pneumonia in splendid shape. Itiia wonderful remedy for coughs and lung trouble*.' Also for outward, use, for . burns, cold tore* and- chapped' hand* and face, it caret; litemtgic. It i§ invaluable in the *««,• .

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