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Gladness Comes 7ith a better understanding 1 of the » f transient nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts— penile efforts—pleasant efforts— rtrhtlvdirected. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of •Ickness are not ilue to an.v actual disease but simply to a tonsti pated conation of this system, which the pleasing fcunily laxative. Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, anil is everywhere esteemed so highly by all •who value good health. Its benehcial effects are tine to the fact, that jtis the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitate the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to pet its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the ffcnumc article, which is"manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by ' All reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment .of pood health, and 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, hut if in need of a laxative, Cine should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere. Syrup OI Kilts stands highest and is most largely Isied and {fives most prencral satisfaction. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route-New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. .Was discontinued 'April ICth. TLe •nperlor "accommodations given the great number of patrons of tbe above train during tbe past tourist season, warrants tbe announcement of plans for next season of finer service with equipment superior to anything yet known in transcontinental trade. Look for early rc-luauguratlou of ••SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. Tue Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset Route" in connection with me "Queen and Crescent Koutc" are running the only Hue of through tourist Pullinnn Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and Ban Francisco. ' These excursions are specially con- dneted, and 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 with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at tha yery low second-class rate. For further Information, address W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. S. P. Co., Cincinnati, 0. W. G. NEIMYEIt, G. W. Agt. S. P. •a, Chicago, 111. B. F. MORSE, G. P. * T. Apt. S. V •o., New Orleans, La. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. ITWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDAL1A RAIL- j- ; . "WAY AT ST. JO- j : . SEFH. Beginning May 20th and continuing •ntil about Sept. 30th the steamers of this line will make two trips eacb way U«lly between St. Joseph and Chicago, •n tbe following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. and 1030 p. m., daily, Including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 0:30 a. m. and 11:30 p. m., daily, including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at B a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Banning time across lake 4 hours. . Trl-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, fcaTing St Joseph Monday, Wednesday •nd Friday evenings. The equipment of this line Includes toe side wheel steamers City of Chicago and City of Milwaukee (the largest and •nest west of Detroit), and the newly Wbullt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with all |T«ndalIa trains. Tickets on sale, at all (Tandalla Line stations. Chicago dock toot of Wabnsh avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. I Bdb^ wu lick, w* g»n her CMorte. Wto ih« WM * ChJU, Ae cried for OMtori* 'Wfceoito became Kim, ihecluiig to Gutcria. • Vta i>» hnd Chndroo, •** (pmthem Cwtocift CUB'A-S WOMAN COLONEL. Mmc. Adcle rilotrn, Who In Fighting for Cuban Independence. Near the town of VueltaAbujo, in the province of'Matan/as, in Cuba, A'dele Asiny de Pilot.ro lives on the estate that has boeu the heritage of her family for a number of generations. Two years ago she lived a prosnie enough, life as the wife of a colonel in the Spanish army. Now she bears the title of colonel herself, but, while her husband leads a flying-column of royalist soldiers, Sunorn, Vilotro commands a regiment of -00 men, who are fighting in tin 1 nriuy of the Cuban republic. Husband and wife lire operating in the same district,. They lire likely at any time to face each other as enemies nt, the heads of their respective commands. Sonora Pilotro is the only woman fighting for Cuban liberty who holds a COL. ADELE PILOTED. commission as officer. The honor was conferred upon her by Commander in Chief Gome/., because she organised and equipped the troops which she commands. The Spanish colonel, her husband, has known for'years of her separate ideas, but that never disturbed their levins' rchitions. The Filotro estate is famed for its mineral springs. There are caves all ov.er the property, hi which the patriots secreted arms and munitions of war in preparation for the uprising that resulted in the present war. Sonora filotro has not yet engaged in a battle, but she has managed to keep the district to which she is assigned well cleared of Spanish troops. MODERN WAR SHIPS. To Rupluru the O1<1 OUCH nt Ilnllfuz—The Squadron Alito to Be Incrofnuxl, One of the officers of the British warship Intrepid, at Halifax, N. S., stated that it was the intention of the imperial government to replace nil such vessels as the Tourmaline and Buzzard on this Elation with modern vessels, and that 'it is intended also to increase the strength of the squadron in numbers as well as in armament: It was cur- rer.tlv reported in Portsmouth, he said, that "the Drendnaught would be stationed at Hall-fax. The Dreadnaught '•Juries over SOO men. George Boll, a fanner uefir Ncwbui'g, Mich., lost liis only tea in by lightning and w:is kimsulf so severely shocked as to be HIM We'to worlt. WiUhout wasting any time ui telling him how much t.lioy pj-nvpa.tlitai.'d with him- over his loss, the energetic neighbors turned out forty-six strong and with elghrc.-en hot*os, soon had hi* little fann plowed, dragged and planted in com. Then a suL^criiil'Jou paper was put under w:iy to luirchase a horse for him to culliv.-ite tlic> com- with. Wheuiwe consider that the intestines are nbout five times as long as the body, we can realize the intense suffering experienced when they become inflamed. De-Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure subdues inflammation at once' and completely removes the difficulty.—Jno, M. Jolin'ston. They are slow hi some things down East. Hartford has just decided to have ;i chemical engine. It will be almost the last important New England cuty to adopt. 'this valuable adjunct to Us fire cnuiproont. Councctiicut was ithc last State to adopt cltcjuicnl «> gi'iies, Hie first to eater that State being wlllii'ii :i very shorr. ti-ine.— News. It would be -hard to convince a man suffering from bilious colic that his agony 'is due to a mlscrobe with an uu- pronouucablo name. But one dose o£ DeWiU's Colic and Cholera Cure will convince him of its power to afford instant relief. It It-ills pain.—John M.Jolin- ston. Professor Virchow teas hud a narrow escape, 'having been thrown down in the streets of Berlin by a bicycle. Fortunately he suffered no severe injury. Pass flie good word along the line, rues can be quickly cured without an operation by simply applying DoWItt's Witch Hazel Salve.—Jno. M. Johnston. Thirteen thousand three hundred women have passed, through the rescue home's of the English Salvation Army in Hie last twelve years. . Small in size, but .great In results. DeWltt's Ltttle Early Risers act gently but thoroughly, curing indigestion, dyspepsia and constipation. Small pill, safe pill, best pill. SIMPLE AT FIRST. It is Foolish to .Neglect Any Form ot Piles—Cure Them n't the Beginning. Piles are simple in ttie beginning and easily cured. They can be cured even In Hie worst stages, witliouit.palu or loss, of blood, quickly, surely and completely There is only one remedy that will do I: —Pyramid Pile Cure. It allays the Inflammation, immediately, heals the irritated surface aud with continued treataneut reduces the swell- tog and puts the membranes Into KOOO, souud. healthy condition. The cure is thorough and permanent. Here are some voluntary and unsolicited testimonials we have lately received. Mrs. M. C. Hlnkly, 001 Mississippi St. Indianapolis, Iiul., says: Have been a sufferer from -the pain and annoyance of piles for fifteen years, the Pyramid Pile Cure and Pyramid Pill* gave me immediate relief and In a short time a complete cure. Major Dean of Columbus, Ohio, says: I wish 'to add to the number of certificates as to the benetWs derived from the Pyramid Pile Cure. I suffered from piles for forty years and from Itchius piles for twenty years and two boxes of the Pyramid Pile Cure have effectually cured me. Most driifrglsts sell Pyramid Pile Cure or will gat U for you If you ask them to. It. is one dollar per packagn and is put up only by the Pyramid Drug Co., Albion, Mich. TlH» Dominion of Canada came into ,ex.M:eflce on .Inly 1. 10CT. The province ft' Ca.mula was. divided lU'lo upper aiiul lower Canada, which divisions are known now as Ontario and Quebec, respectively. It. was siibserjuoutly a UK-, mwm'd by 'Hit; province o-i: Manitoba and the NortInvest territories in 1S70, by British Columbia In 1ST!, and I'ri'iice Edward island in 1873, and now inclmlcs t!ie wholu i.f British Surlli Aincrk-a, Children Cry for *xtcher't Cattoria. THE IDEAL FAN'ACEA. .Tames L. FrSncis, Aldcnnan, Chicago says: "I regard Dr. King's New Dis- eoveiy as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs, Colds and LUG? Complaints, having used it in my fa-mily for the last five years, to the• exclusion of physician's prescription or oilier preparations.'? Rev. John Burgus, Keo-kuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been a minister of the Methodist Episcopal church for HO 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 free at B. F. Keeping's drug store. , Every New Haven. Conn., policeman mil.-* keep a. diary for tilie Information oC the- oflic-ials of the (le-p:irt.ineut. He is rcqui-red to record every arrest he makes, wil.li ;i full description of the priso'in-r and tin; c'ireuiiwtaiiees under whiich 'Iho arrest: was made. The record also i-nx.'linle.s fho clisposit:iu:i made of Che; ease in court. Besides this the 'policejiian is to note any observations he may make, with Che date thereof. A VALUABLE PRESCRIPTION Editor Morrison of Worthington, Ind., "Sun' 1 writes "Von have a valuable proscription iu Electric Bitters, and I can cheerfully recommend It for constipation and sick lieadachc, and as a general system tonic it has no equal." Mrs. Anulc Stelile 2025 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all ran down, could not eat -nor digest food, had a backache which never left her aud felt tired and weary, but six bottles oC Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength, Price 50 cents aud 51-00. Get a bottle at B. F. Kcesliug's drug store. . . II is a curious cu-i'nciilejice ihat while 'the hundredth amuiiversary of Edward Tenner's first, successful vaccination in ihe little Gloncctiteft-hirn village when; he praeilccd is being celebrated through out Europe, Hie towjj of Gloucester is suffering from .in. epidemic, of smallpox, which lias already cost, lnmilreils of lives and wlnith is due 1o the town 'n.uthlorirtes boing opposed lo vaccination. BUCKLEX'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world loi cuts, bruises, sores,-ulcers, salt rheum, fever gores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required, ft Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per bos. For isale by B. P. Keesllng. The large majority of families in I Ills COButry- have not over ¥500 a year to live upon. Persons who have/a coughing spell every night, on account of a tickling sensaitkm in the throat, may overcome It at once by a dose of One Minute Cough Cure.—Jno. M. Johnston. There Is a growing demand In Germany for American "Dutch Sultz" or sun-cured sliced apples. STEVENS HOMESTEAD. Flint Homo Italic in AIlimnnpollH MoTed by 1.OOO Children. Seven thousand seliobl children of Jljnneapolis. moved the first house that vus built in-Minneapolis from its place near the heart of the-city to a spot selected for it by the park -board near Mmneuaha Fails. The children were divided into seven relays cf 1,000 ench, and the.' prearranged programme moved off like clockwork. The house had been purchased by tucinn Swift, mruing-er of the Journiil, i'nd presented to the city. It wus mounted on heavy wheels and clragff'.'d (h rough the stre-;tb by the children, who were c«r- TKB STEVENS HOMKSTKAD. ried to various points along the route by the street railway company. At the park Fred B. Sn'yder, president of the city council, wh-> wiis born in the house, formally prusuntocl it. Col. J. 1L. Stevens, who built the house, and who is still living in this city, made a few remarks. The historic hous-: is ?. littJe frame structure built by Col. Stevens in 1S4S On his ''claim," which now includes the original 1own of Minneapolis. It was |-.|ie lirst house built on the west side of the Mississippi river, and for many years stood on the banks of the river right where the Union depot is now located. The mnre.li of business prosperity compelled it lo "move on," and it was moved from time to lime, and for awhile its whereabouts wus unknown. It w.-is finally found, and the park board decided to pnrclui.se it aTX! place it in one 'of the parks. This little house took a prominent part in the history of. Minneapolis. Til it the first white child born in what is now the Flour City, a d.uis'hter of Col. Stevens, first saw the light of day. Here was held the first term of court in Bennepin comity. The first religions service took place and the first church was organised within its walls. Here were organized lodges and sooi- eiics, and prospector^, tourists mid Indians were lodged within it. Col. Stevens was horn in T.owerCana- iln, .Tune 13, 1S20. JTis parents were natives of Vermont. DM fore he became of a^e. Mr. Stevens was a resident of Galena. 111., and in IS-lfi went to Mexico as a United Slates soldier, serving until peace wa.s declared. In 3SJS, before ihe territorv was even org-ani/.ed. he camo to Minnesota and "filed on" that portion of the west bank of the-Mississippi ;just above the Fails or St. Anthony. On May 3, JSuO, Col. Stevens married at. Eqckford. 111.. Frances Helen Miller, daughter of ,Abnw Miller, of Westmoreland, Oneida county, X. Y. The couple were blessed with fix children, the eldest of whom, Mary Klixabeth, died in her :7tb year, being the first white child born to the first settler and in the .first house built in Minneapolis. rrlnclpnUy on the Inhabitant*. One thousand tons of soot' settle monthly within the US square mil-.* of tendon. , ROSY FACES Laughing eyes, frames full of vigor and elasticity, are blessings attainable by the cadaverous, the haggard aud the dyspeptic who try that wisest of experiments—an experiment whose happy outcome is certified to by myriads—viz., a course of Hostcttcr's Stomach Bitters promptly .began ami steadily pursued. There is no tonic comparable to it in efficacy, none -more agreeable and speedily beneficial. The nervous and dypcptic, suffering from malaria, rheumatism, constipation, biliousness and kidney troubles arc rapidly aided by the Bitters, and it is one of the best means oC counteracting the effects of excessive bodily or menta 1 fatigue and exposure in wet or Inclement weather. Persons of sedentary habits find it a most useful viviGer and recuperator of: exhausted energy. Use it in order to sleep well, eat heartily and digest thoroughly. Physicians everywhere speak in high terms of it. A Turkish paper u\lls ihe following l;i;tHe story: A few days ago the em- ployes ot r il'ho Bey rout postolDco iu registering a number of specie parcels observed something unusual in the fonu and volume, of one of Uie.ni w.lileh, a.s de-dared by the receipt, contained twenty-two Turldedi liras. The parcel was opened in presence of the director of th* post-office and i.n it were found twenty-two pieces of lead. We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleasant-, er or better way to do it than t>y recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds.—J.uo. M. Johnston. "WakiB up, Jacob, day Is breaking!" '»o said.DeWMt's LKttle Early Riser to the man who iiad taken them to arouse his sluggish liver.—Jno. M. Johnston. The greatest number of Britten-Americans In anyone of Hie cities Is found in Boston—38,204. Mt. M.arcy in New York, 3,403 feet above sea level, Is said to be the highest In the State. T HE ONLY True Blood Purifier prominently in the public eye to- d'ayisHood'* Sarsaparilla. Therefore get Hood's and ONLY HOOD'S. .SHOWING OFF CHILDREN. the Little One* for Smart Spoeche* In a Ml«t»fce. Otherwise judicious mothers flud it hard to resist, the temptation of "showing oft"' their children. While this pastime may be delightful 10 the fond parent and interesting to beholders, its effect upon the child himself cannot fail to be injurious. It is but sowing seeds of trouble for the child which will bear a harvest of humiliation and mortification in years to come. We constantly hear fond fathers and mothers say that "when Johnnie goes to school or college he will h«vi» his freshness taken out of him." But who is to blame for Johnnie s freshness," and his exalted opinion ot himself? The mischief was done when tbe little chap was hardly more than a baby, and wan brought into the .parlor to repeat to Mrs. So-and-so the droll remark that he hud made that morning, or the clever reproof hr; b»d administered la«t night to his doting papa. Ami Inter on, when the boy learned to rend, was he not called upon to regale his relatives by tellinp them of this event in history or that occurrence in mythology? And they all listened as if they thought tfirrj nn infnntpbenome- non, !ind were glad to sit nt the feet of such wisdom. And so it went on until one day his family awoke to the consciousness that Johnnie was no longer a baby »ncl "cute"-and "cunning." Now lie is unbearably part and disgustingly conceited—on the whole a detcstible prig. Tie must be sent a.way to school. Home Ls not (lie place for him. He is simply unmanageable, ajicl requires outside snubbing to teach him his place. Tb:s ho undoubtedly receives at boarding-school, where teachers n.ntl comrades unite Ic undo the mischief done through years of home training-. And the boy, nt first bewildered, then resentful, loses a. part of his self- importance, nncl at last mends his manners. If a mother thinks— as most, mothers fl 0 —that her child is n prodigy, let her exercise enough self-restraint to keep the conviction to herself.—Tln.rpor'sTJa- V.&.T. COLORED GLASS WINDOWS. now » Fine Effect May Be Produced rron) Old Bottles. If the artistic aud thrifty house-wife wi:l save the colored glass bottles that find their way into her house and put them to use in the following.manner, she will have something that will be a delight: Break the bottles into comparatively small pieces and thca. if a. certain regularity is desired, cut the pieces into shape: with n diamond-pointed glass cutter. Arrange these on a pane of plain white glass the desired size, using a little transparent cement to hold them in place, and a mixture of white cement and putty to imitate the lead that is used in expensive stained glass work. The dull, rich olive of the claret bottle, the deep amber of the sherry, the- delicious sua-wator green which is used 'lor ginger ale and the various shades of red and blue tha.t one gets from the apothecary a.nd the wine merchant arc revelations when cleansed of their con- toots fiucl hold in single thickness aga.inst the light. When the cement is dry the window can bo pni in place, and us the sunlight strikes :t she whose fingers have done thn work will feel that it was well worth the trouble. Natural Dcntlntry. A curious fossil that bears a funtastia resemblance to the work of some prehistoric dentist is mentioned in are-cunt book, "The Gold Diggings of Cape Horn." An acquaintance of the author's, during a'journey from theStrait. ot Magellan up the const, stopped under a vertical earth bank to pick outa fossil that he saw protruding'. The relic proved to be part of a mastodon's lower jaw, with two teeth still in place. As it was iu bad condition he was about to throw it away, when he saw in a split in the top and side of one tooth a bit of some foreign substance. This turned cut to be gold, and, as the finder believes, must have been deposited in tine grains by the action of the water. Cooking In Aluminum. ' Experiments made in Germany are reported to have shown that aluminum is particularly suited for use in kitchen utensils, because, it is not liable, like copper, to communicate any poisonous ingredient to tJ le fo °"- Tlie " se of suc ^ utensils is already quite common in this country and is increasing. I'loailH Not Guilty. Elkhait, lift., -Tune 19.—Milton B. Wells, the murderer of Jennie Walters, was arraigned before the grand jury nud pleaded not guilty. The jury returned n true bill, charging Wells with murder in the first degree. It is cx- pueted that the trial will come up at the present term of court. Wins » Suit AEalnm ft On« Compiiny. Chicago, June 10.—Donahue it Jlcn- neberry were awarded a verdict for $00,000 damages against the Economic G,r-» company iu Judge Dunne's court Friday morning by a jury. The firm had sued the gas company for $75,000 dain- iiges; which they allege thoy had sus- tnine-d .through an explosion of gas which occurred nt their building on JVarborn street three years ago, and •which partially wrecked the building. MbrrlBoll Won't Accept. Washington. June. JS.-Willlam R..Morrison, chairman of the-lr.tc-rstnte commerce commission, has sent a telegram to Mr. Koerner. .of. SpringHeltl.. III., in which, he "0-3 .he.doea. not believe In unconditional tree coinage of silver, and as tho m ^ or '"* of the national, convention wW, be ( for free coinage Arid would nominate only outspoken .advocate* of that policy, his in- dorsement as Its presidential candidate by the -Illinois democratic convention; on a sixteen to one platform, must not be In- listed upon. . ^ Stiver Men Titko Action.. St.-Louli, June 19.-The orpanlzatlon.pr* republican silver party in the United States and the candidacy of Senator Henry M Teller, of Colorado, for'the position to which Mr. McKlnley nupirca arc now certainties, A conference of the silver men was held, when both these proposition* iy".-p favorably passed upon-_ X" Rays Of severest trial .inrt test prove In regard to Hood's Sarsaparilla 1st, Greatest Merit I Scciircil by a peculiar Combination, Propoi'tion and Process unknown to others — which naturally and actually produces 2 d, Greatest Cures Shown by thousands of honest, voluntary testimonials —which - . naturally and actually produce 3 d, Greatest Sales According to the statements of druggists all over the country. In these three points Hood's Sarsaparllla is peculiar to Itself. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best— It Is the One True Blood Purifier. I 1-4-fi are the only pills to take S PlllS withHood'sSarsaparllla. Evangelist D, T. BU(k, Peoria. Illinois. 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 Pepsiu. 1 regard it as most excellent. 1 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 borne this wouk. Address Rev. D. T. Black. 1005 State St., reoria, 111. Yours truly D. T. BLACK. For sale !>y B. F. Keesling. "GOT IT" TRY FOUR "0" "Four C" has cured asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia and ulcerated tonsilltls. In composition it is different, is more powerful and active, in fact Is as different from any other Jung remedy as molasses Is different from vinegar. It Is a revelation. Best o£ all you talce no risk. The essence of the contract Is, "Four C" must give satisfaction or money refunded.—B. P. Kocsling, VITALJS \Z___ ^ vUC 1 MIflsU .*^^^^. woTOdfti^inED T n B !• K VW THE FRENCH REMEDY. ^RfrSE-'S®^^ excess nnrt ln< J?^V?.±j 0 f\r wn.idn off Insanity ^c^g^^^Sf^^ 1 ^ 1 - SH^-S^^"^® 52 For sale by Ben Fisher and B. IV Kecslln?. *A Blessing for the Ladie*. Thousands of ladies are using Bnifi* fan Balm. For aoreness, pain,.l>earii!g down, and many kinds of trouble, it act* like » charm. A 60 cent or dollar bottle often doe» more good in one week thma •ny other remedy does in months. Used as «n injection it goea right to th« spot,renjovingallniflamiiianon.. Taken in 15. drop doses every hour check* tx- ecssive fioodi-ng. Pneumonia. Mr». A. J. Lawrence, of Beaver, I'm, •ays: "Brazilian. Balm' brought me ont Of a-severe attack of pneumonia in splendid shape.. It is a wooderful remedy for coughs and lung trouble*. Also for outward use, for burns, cold «ore» •nd chapped hinds and face, it cures like magic. It is invaluable in the family."

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