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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 21, 1896
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OF LIBERIA, the African Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature of tlio ninn.y physical ills, which vanish-before proper efforts— jjcntle efforts—pleasant ort'qrts— rightly directed. Tlivro is comfort, in the knowledge, th;it so inur.y forms of •iclcncss are not due to an.y aetiinl disease, but simply to a 'jpn.stipa ti-d eond ; - tk>D of tht; system, which the pleasat.i. ftunily laxative, Syrupof Fijr.s, prrmipt- ly removes. Thsit is why it is tliu only remedy with millions of families, nnd is everywhere esteemed so hi;;H.y by iill who value jrooil health. Its liencliuiiil effects are due to the fact, tliat it is Hit- one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without dobilita.t'.i;, 1 ' the organs on which it acts. Jt is therefore •U important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that yon have the genuine article, which is'manufactured by tlip California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by •11 reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, mud the system 'is reifiihir. laxatives or Other remedies arc then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one m»y be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed wcrywliero. Syrup of figs stands highest and is most hivjrcly vied and yrivcs most general satisfaction. Prof. O. F, Cook Speak* of Republic. rrof. O. F, Cook, of Hunting-ton, L. I., who has spent the winter in Liberia, Africa; studying the plnnt and animal life of that region, has returned to his home. He says, according to the Republic, that tlie advantages of Africa a» u pl;i<;e of residence, even for the white nice, nre but imperfectly understood. Liberia is naturaJly no more unheaJth- fnl than other tropical countries, in which civilization, has taken root, such, «s India and South America, and, as in those cases, the heaJthfulncss increases us the forests arc cleared away and bet- tar conditions of life rendered possible t.Hroug-li improvements in transportation. Mr. Cool; has spent several seasons in Africa in pursuing- his inrcotj.- pat.ion in the interest of the American am! the New Vork SfJife Colonization societies, with a view to ascertaining tJjc possibility of resuming, under new plans, the colonization of Liberia with m-proi's from the Uiutod States: He says former movements in that direction have fa.ijed tlirou^h want of proper nuinn^vment rather thnn on account of liny rn&uriiKnrntable difficulties inherent, in the idea of colonization or in tin; imt.iireof Uio country wheresettloments of American negroes'were attempted. That something' is possible, he says, is demonstrated by the fact that ma.uy colonists who left America] 3 or 30 years dg-o with Nothing 1 havo now coffee. farms, yielding 1 incomes greater than their owners can spend, while others ha\o achieved independence in much less time. "T CAN'T BE bblME. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co, "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. MADE THE ANNOUNCEMENT. Over the Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April l(!tu. Ti;e •aperior accommodations given tlio great number of patrons of the above train durlziff tlio past tourist season, warrants the announcement oC plans for next season o£ finer service with equipment superior to anything yet known In transcontinental traffic. Look for car!;,' re-!nau;:uratiou of "SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. ''Sunset Eoute" in couuection with the "Queen »nd CrescL'ut iioute" are running the only Hue of through tourist Tullman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for l>os Angolos and Ban Fruuclsco. These excursions! are spi'Cially cou- Klnctecl, and the object is to enable tliosc •who do not care to buy the fkst-class round trip or one way tickets, to enjoy * comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at tbe .very low second-class rate. For further Information, address W. fl. CONNOR, Commercial Agt 8. P. Bo., Cincinnati, O. W. G. JS'EIMYEH, G. W, Agt. S. P. «o.. Chicago, 111. S. F. MORSE, G.' P. it T, Apt. S. F •(Bo., Xcw Orleans, Ln. I'rettUlent McConh'n Novel Method of Complying with » Ren"*'**. President McCosh, of Princeton, is the subject of this story, says the New York Ciiil, which is vouched for by old I'rincotc-n men: "The venerable doctor v.-.'is accustomed to lend the morning- exercises in the chapel every day, and during 1 the exercises in the chapel {rave out the notiew; to the students. The clo^iiijj exercise was n fervent prayer by t^ie doctor. Otic morning-, after hfl had rend the notices as usuaJ, i\ student came up with another notice that Prof. Karg-e'.s French class would he at nine oVlOL 1 !; tiiat day, instead of fl:30, .'is usual. Dr. MeCosli said it was too late, but tlitt student insisted that Prof. Knrg'c would be much disappointed if the notice wiis not rend. The exersisus vent on. and the doctor foryotall about the notice. Hi: started to make the, fir.al prayer. lie prayed for the president of the United Suites, the members of the cabinet, the senators and representatives, the governor of New Jersey, the mayor :uid other officials of Princeton, and then cmnc to tlie professors and instructors in the college, in the meantime Prof. Krag'e's not.icc came into his mind mid the assembled students were astonished to hear the venerable president say: 'And, O Lord, bless Prof. Karifc, whose FrAch class will be-held this morniny at nine o'clock, instead of at 9:.'10, as usual.' " j i —Nature is the most thrifty thing I In the world; she never wastes any- ! Uunrr;. she . imdo.ryOL'S chnnffC, but ' no annihilation, tlie essence re- i mal.tor is eternal.—Einiiev. No One Can Remain Well, No Chronic Disease C:vn be Cured • "Unless the Stomach is First Made Strung and Vigorous. This is plain bec-.-m«u every organ in tlie body depends on rhu stomach 1'or its nourishment. Nerve, bone, sinew, blood are made from Die food which the stomach converts to our use. How useless to treat disease with tills, 'that and the other remedy and neglect •tbe most Important of nil, the utomach. The earliest symptoms of Indigestion are sour rlsliiKs, bad ta.ste In the mouth fins in stomach and bowels, palpitation, all-jrune feelinjr, faiutness, headaches, constipation; later comes loss of flesh, couguinjirlon. liver and heart troubles, kidney diseases, nervous prostration, all of which are tlic iuillrect result of poor nutrition. Any I'lersiiu suffer!ug from Indigestion should make it a-practice to take after Oiicii meal one of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, nllowiuf,' it. to dissolve in the mouth and Unix mingle with the saliva and enter, the sftoniacli in the most natural way. Tlieso Tablets are highly recoumieiuli'il by Dr. .Teuuisou because they nre composed of the natural digestive acids and .fruit essonco.s which assist tbe'stomacl: iu iligcsting all wholesome food before it lia.s time to ferment and sour. Sfmut's Dyspepsia 'J'alilets arc sold by druggists, full sixer packages at riO touts. Xhpy arc also t-xeellect for invalids and children. A book on stomach diseases and thotisnuds of tesllni- oaiaJs of genuine cures .sent free by ad- dresting .Sluai't Co.. Jl:ireh;lJl, Mich. PROSPECT. tur Hud I:. , CHEERFUL What it'Ynu'ng ..lllnli A nervous younff ininiHtei:, in visiting 1 a neighboring village, had :in unpieas-- ant experience. Tin: old huly at whose house he stayed. In showing 1 him to his room, said: "It ain't anybody I'd put in this roorn. This here room is full of sacrvd associa- tionn to me," she went on. "My first husband died in that bed with his h«id on these pillows, and poor Mr. Jenks died sitting in that corner. Soineljrnes vlit'ii I come inUi the room in tiio clark ] think 1 see him silling'there still. ,\[y own father died Jayi/i' right on that loung'u ri^'lit under iho window there. Poor pa, he \v;j^ n spiritnalist. and he ttlhis said lie'd appear in Ihiwi'oom nfter be died, and soiniM.inn'S 1 am foolish enough to loo!; for him. If you should see anything 1 of him to-night you'd better not tell me. It'll br u sii,'ii lo mi; that there wsis something in spiritualism, and I'd hate to thinls that. .My son hy my first man fell dead of heart disease right where you stnnd. lie was a doetov, and there's two whole .skeletons in that closet th<?re belonged to luiu, a.nd half u cloxen skulls in that lower drawer. If yon lire ii|> parly and want something 1 to amnsi- yourself n'ith Ix'fore breakfast just open thai; cupboard vhere and you will find :i lot of dead men's bones. .My jioor boy thoug-lit a, lot of 'them. Well, goori- nifht, and iileasiint drcnms." EXERCISE A NECESSITY. An Englishman was once in a train which was "held up" by Cat-lists iu .Spain, and overheard a Spanish gentlc- iiia.ii, who iv.').s overcome with I't'Ighr, iiui'.'iniu'ing to lii.n:stlC "To die young, ;o leave my wife and ba.bes it iti -sad! and I haven't even had lireak:'as:."— I'.oudon Tii-ltits. so oil, my THE IDEAL PANACEA. James T-/. Francis, Alderman, Chicago says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, having used it in my family for the last five years, to the exclusion oC physician's prescription or other preparations." liev. John Eitrgns, Kcokuk, Iowa, wrMes: "I ii.-ive been a minister of: the Methodist Episcopal church for 50 years or more and have ncrcr found anything so beneficial or that gave mo such speedy relief as Dr. King's Now Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial Bof.lc free at B. F. Keeping's drug store. litirly U*;<.'llnt? of Physical I'owrrs Du« to Nculcqt of Athletic'. IJeyonci the age of W —at a period when so nia-ny are physii.'aily luxy—t.he superior va.lne of e.vcrcise i.s ;:;)|j;j.rcnt., but. ordinarily this is just tht 1 liine \vlien l.he hyg-ient uf athletics is m;ff- l<-ct«d. aptly observes IJev. I 1 '. S. Koot-. There is no reason why a.piinel)inir bag, rowing machine, pxiKey weights uri'l other aj)j)ani.tus should be reK'galed to college boys and clerks. Cut., having done ;L good deal of work in his time, it is almost impossible 10 p<-rsnade a business or professional man lurning 40 (o give nny sorto!" aU«n(ion lo physical culture if such training has been p7't!i'ioiis.iy neglected. It is an incsora- b!a physiological law that we can only re(:ii:i our- bodily or monri:! powers by projierly using t.hom. ICxercisu is not a inattRr of choice, but of iu'«essi1.v. ,, WHALE ON A CABLE. . Tho InnalatioD DxmnKfd by eha Floaailcr- ln K of the Bit FUb. Suhniarine cables are usually inj- bcdded in the slimy bottom of tlio oc'e;iij, but at certain points lhcj r hang like wire bridges over deep submarine vrilleys, so that whnios :iud other I urge inhabitants of the deep may become dangeuous To the cuble. Once in awhile it is the cubic that becomes dangerous to the whnlcs, as recently vhowu in nn accident to the western Brazilian cubic. There was nome trouble with the wire, and lifter many futile efforts the seat of the trouble was discovered 70 miles north of Santa CatJharina. The repair ship Viking; was sent to repair the dainajrc, and began to take uji the cable near where the seat of trouble had been locntod. After the ca.ble ])T-oper hud befn grappled and was taken up on the largo drums provided for the purpose it wus found that it floated very much easier and was more buoyant than was ordinarily the case. The ivn.son was discovered when in a loop of tlie Ciible Uic carxrass of a whole of more than GO feet in longtli cimie up with it. ft ij.jjpcnr.s t.f). J tt tho wb.ile had become caught under the c.ible. and, not being 1 able to lift it nor to go forward or back, it suffocated, since it could DO more rise u> tho surface. By its In.st, spa-sms or ,-vt.tompts to free itself the whale had damaged the cable so that the in.snl:ition was rubbed off and the wire became useless. This is the third case of the kind, since a similar ca.se omv happened in thf. Persian gulf and another on the Peruvian con.sf. X"Ray 01 severest trial and test prove in regard to Hood's Sarsapnrllla 1 st, Greatest Merit Secured by a peculiar Combination, Proportion mid J'rocess unknown to otliors — which naturally and actually produces 2 d, Greatest Cures Shown uy thousands of honest, voluntary testimonials —winch luturally and actually produce 3 d, Greatest Sales Accordinc to the statements of According to the statements of druwlsLs all over the country. In these three point.-) Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiar to itself. Hood's Sarsaparilia Is the best—It Is the One True Blood Purifier. HnrtA ' <r nOOCI S are the "llX P'Hs to take with Hood's Sarsaparuia. PEACEFUL BY NATURE. Tlio DK. HA11TMAN. Ofl'frs Ki-licC HI AVomoii for tlie Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. JTWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CTIi- ;, CAGO. CONNECTING WITH .' ': THE VAN.DALIA nAIL- .'' WAY AT ST. .10; SEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing •until about. Sept. 30th tlio steamers of this line will make two trips each way HalJy between St. Joseph and Chicago, •o the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at -1:30 p. m. and 10:30 p. m., dully, including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 0:30 a. in. and 11:30 .p. m., daily, including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at • a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Bunnlug time across lake 4 hours. Td-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St. .Toscph Monday, Wednesday «nd Friday evenings. The equipment of this line Includes the side wheel steamers City oC Chicago and City of Milwaukee (the largest and •nest west, of Detroit), and the newly •rebuilt propeller City oC Louisville. Service first-class. Connections -with nil ITandalla trains. Tickets on sale at all IVandalla Line stations. Chicago dock foot of Wabash avenue, ,T. H. GRAHAM, Pros., Bcnton Harbor, Mich. It is at this lime of tlie year when tiie weak, nervous woman is most prostrated and l r :;i,st able to perform the daily routine oC duries which fall to her share. She lia.s no ambition and her work drags upon her at every slop. It seems never to be completed ;iud she never feels able to go on w.itli it. As a rule, she keeps bravely at It, oftou ttr.- c'oiitplainiug and pa lien I' vr.itil she breaks completely down, and can go no further. It Ls to Ihcsc tired, lisdass unhappy women I hat Dr. Il.'irtman offers advice ami encrotiiTigcjiient free. 1C all such women will write to Dr. riartmna. givi.ng a full account of their troubles, he will answer promptly free of charge and tell thorn what to take and what to do fo make new women of themselves. His advice costs nolhuig and the nicili- Hues are not expensive. Every woman who follows his advice is greatly bonc- liUid and the groat majority are completely TOSt'ored to their youthful health and Nii'C'li-gtli. Every woma.it may have a copy of. Dr. Ifiirtman's book ou female disease.*. It is an invaluable book for Mie class of women to whom it is wrilton. This book will be sent free to nny woman, by The Perunii Drug Mamifachiriug Company, Columbus, Ohio. The featlie;. 1 bod on which they won: sleeping saved '.ho lives ol: two'womcir at Binne Torre. JId.. last week. Lightning struck the house, hit the bod, sot the shuck mattress in 11 blaze, but tho feathers diverted the electricity from the women. A VALUABLE PRESCRIPTION Editor Morrison of AVortnington, Intl., "Sun" writes "You have 1 a vain- able prescription in Electric Bitters, and I can cliecrfnlfy recommend it for constipation and sick headache, and as a general system tonic i-t lias no oqu.il." Mrs. Annie Stehlo 2C2D Cottage Grove Avo., Chicago, was all run down, couli not oat 'nor digest I'ood, had a backach which never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bottJes of Electric Bit tors restored her health and I'cncwci' her strength. Price 50 cents and 91.00 Get a botllo at B. F. Kccsling's dm;, store. Tim Nc.vt French Or«u». The visitors who nre living in hired \ilhts on Uie UivirnL ,are all to bo in- fludcd in the nt'.vs French census. Among 1 those who will (II! out the scn- fus [Kijjcrs ;ei'C rhe ^uceji of Eug-land, the empress dovv.-.ge.- of Russia, the cxiirowitz and her two youngest children, the g'raiid ilujro and duc-hcss of Mecklenbiirg-Schwerin, the duke and duchess of Parrun, the duchess dowager oC Coburg nncl Lord and Lady Salisbury. The king of the Beigmus, the prince of Wales and other birds of passage in hotels or yachts will be exempted, Hunk N'otcit Miiku Good FucL 'The novel speotncle of (i sleamer'u furnaces boinig fed wiih bark- notes was recently witnessed at a Mediterranean port. Forty s.-icks of the apparently valuable paper were tossed into the furnace under the longing eyes of the stokers, who st.ooc! restively by with an evidently burning desire fo possess themselves of at least a, handful of that which they somewhat ineleg-niillystylcil ''rum fuel." The notes were canceled notes of the bank of Algiers, whose manager superintended the Operation of their absolute combustion. lOfr.rptliin Abhorn Warfare, »• L>ld Hlf* I'-iitlici-M Utfor*? Jliiii. The ordinary Egypt in.n is by instinct utterly opposed fo inililnry life. T.':e hist thing he wants ,to do in t.he world is io fig-bu lie hates 1he jwnij) and circumstance of glorious war, and nothing in lus nature is appealed to by the idea of strife and combat. He is a good-tempered, pleasure-loving man, and for 5,000 years his ances- lors before him have loathed the clash of steel. Go back as fa.r as you like in rgyplhun history and you will never find a 1race of ;hic Viking spirit in the inhabitants of th« Nile vaJlr-y. The KUC- ressful wars of the l j haraohf. were waged by mercenaries, and the papyri show that the military culling- was always described as pure evil. The records show little delights in battle, '.rat plenty of picturesque contrnsts between the horrible miseries endured by the soldier in tho field and the pleasant, snug life o'f the civilian, tribe. The spirit of the old Dane who when he fe!t death approaching put on. his armor, because he would not die like a cow in his house, has no echo in the past or in the pre-sent of tlio true Evangelist D. T. Blark, Peoria. Illinois. REBUKES FROM THE BENCH. Certain scientlsM say that Jl.'trs like Holhiad. Its inhabitants appear to have draiucd the u'Lole of its sni-fac as a measure of protection against en crouching ivaloiv, wh'idi throaton nu invasion when suuimevV heat melts th polar ice and snow. Vftea Baby w« glck, -we e»n her Cutorl*. When ihe wn« A Cblld, ibe cried for Cutcrla. WlOTJ riw lx>cjim« Mint, shp chine fo Cutoria, n'"l LifciMrvo,"!»' .,!>•"•} Ltwra Coxtorik It would bo hard to convince a man sutt'et'Ing from bilious colic that his agonj-''is d'tio to a mlserobc with an un- pt-oDOiiueablc iiaaic. But one dose of. DeWltt's Colic and Cholera Cure will convince him of its power to afford Instant relief. It hills pain.—John M.John- ston. "Papa," said Willie, "Jinumie Touip- kins scratched my face nil up.". "What had you done -to liim?" "Nothing." •'Then, why didn't you hit him?" "I did; and papa I got my lick in before he scratched me."—Harper's Baznr. BUCKLE:\ 7 'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world roi cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rl-eum, 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. Kecsllng. A German newspaper contains the following offer in an advertisement by '.in enterprising trader: "Any person who can prove -that my tapioca contains anything injurious to health will have three Ixwes of it sent to him free of charge." Small In size, but great in results. DeWltt's Little Early Risers act gently but thoroughly, curing Indigestion, dyspepsia and constipation. Small pill, safe pill, best pllt . Children Cry for Castorla. FOB OVER FIFTY TEARS. «r». Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup has oeen uaed for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. I* soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wild colic, and li the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by drnjfglBtd In every part of the world. .Twenty-ftve cents ft bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. r.OUND, ROSY FACES Laughing eyes, frames full of vigor auil elasticity, nre blessings atta.iu.ible by the cadaverous, the haggard and the dyspeptic who try that -wisest of experiments—an experiment whose happy outcome is certified to by myriads—viz., a course of Uostetter's Stomach Bittoi-s promptly began and steadily pursued. There is no tonic comparable to it iii 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 Bi'Ucrs, and it is one of the bos: means of counteracting tho effects of excessive bodily or monl'. 1 ) 1 fatigue am exposure iu wet or luclcn.out weather Pc'rsoiis of sedentary habits find it .most useful viviiier nad recuperator o exhausted energy. Use it in order h sleep well, cat heartily and digest thor onghly. Physicians everywhere speak In high terms of it. Lord Chief Justice KiUc Gently SltN Down on Lho Counsel. Lord Chief Justice Krlo was prouc to interrupt counsel wbcu it was foun.'I that the judges had iilready made up their minds ag-uinst; him. On one occasion Mr. Uovill, Q. C., soon afterword uiade'a jtidjre. \vasstopi3od ivilh: "Here \ve stand, four JTIOIJ, and we have all /irmly (emphasizing- tiic jidrcYb; made up our minds ihafc there innst. be a new trial; bnf, if 3'ou think it -.vortb your while going 1 on afU-r t.hnt (plnyfnlly), why, o£ course, we'll keep o;i hearing yon." Whercujjon the Q. C. la-ujruirjjr- ly sat down. On anot-lier occasion he interrupted with: "I boy to inform the counsel 'there is n time in Lhcmiod of every m.-ni at which In- lets down the floodgates of his nmk'i-sUiruling and allows not one more drop to enter;'and that time in niv mind has fnllv arrived." Saybrook, 111.. Feb. 39, ISM. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sirs: AVlille at Cerro Gordo, 111., In my revival work, 1 purchased a bottle cf your Syrup Pepsin. 1 regard it as mosi 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 you will send me a dollar bottle 1here this week I will promptly remit. 1 will be home this week. Address n e v. D. T. Black. 1005 Staie St., Peoria, III. Tours truly D. T. BLACK. For wile by B. F. Keesling. A Cow'» Ol)ltunry. Cattle must be very precious in. Borneo, when n eo\v receives the honor of v an obituary notice in the offici.il journal. Thus a newspaper solemnly informs its readers i.h.-it, ";ui ;iged cow belonging to the government herd met itfi death on the MtJi by -falling inton dyke at a secluded spot, where itw.-Jsua- ablc to extract itself." I:i 1700 were made the lir.st brooms ii 'i.s country from broom corn, grown on American soil. The brooms were inad iu Philadelphia, and the event w.- spoUe.n of at: the ti.me as :in illustration of the development of Ihe couirlry. AVe nre auxlxms 1o do a little good iu this world aud can think of no plcasant- er or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as n ireventivc of pneumonia, consumption inrt other serious hiug (-roubles that fol- ow neglected colds.—Jno. M. Johustou. Madrid schools are so bad Ihat the Gor.mmi resident's of the city- have mited to establish a school whore their •hildren may obtain as good an educa- tlca.hs lainore-cIvHIzeil parts of Europe for a reasonable outlay of money. Pass the good word along the Hue. Piles can- be quickly cured without au operation by simply applying DeWltt's TVItch Hazel Salve.—Jno. M. Johnston. W ONDERFUL are the cures by .Hood's Sarsaparilla, and yet they are simple and natural. Hood's Sarsa- parillamakes PURE BLOOD. "GOT IT" TEY FOUR "C" "Four C" lias cured csthma, bronchlUs, pneumonia and ulcerated tonsliltls. In composition it is different, is more powerful and active, in fact is qs different from any other lung remedy as molasses is different from vinc'sar. It Is a revelation. Best o£ all you take no risk. Tho essence of. the contract is, "Four C" must give satisfaction or money refunded.—E. P. Kecsllng. VITALJS .. ^ ^PU^M **• m~iMf THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. Tor prudent-minded men' to wear "Celluloid" Collars and Cuffs. They arc wntcrproof, and besides saving laundry. bills and. bother, they arc comfort-jblc lo -wear, never chnfing'tlic neck and never wrinkling^ They cnn be instantly cleaned— with :i wet cloth or sponge. The original interlined coi- l:irsiiiid cuflTs with a "Celluloid" surface. livcryouc is marked like Ibis. TRADf MARK- INTCBLINEO Imluited'ofcoiirBfi, but you wnnt llic Rcnuliic and vSir money 1 " worth. • In.ilM upon-KOO,I» nmrlcVl will) above trwlo mark, Attlic nirnfa)!-. •.r«jrilircct from us. Coll»r»:on«.:Cunu4<ici.i. }mir, uwllniic pal'J. St«icnzu mil) style. THE CKLLC1.OID COMPANY, New York. SAPOLIO i« the for these lo»»» VITALIS PRODUCES -- , THE ABOVE RESULTS, 20Ui ray. It oulckly Mill surely re-l -moves JCcn-onsncss. rmpolonoy, NlBli'.ly ]';m!ssii)'.i' 1 . Evil Dr"iims, J - -— - - Wu.sll.iu discuses nnd Bll rfll-cts Of sclf-ahuso or MccasnmJ indlwrailon. Eostnfra Lost \iull y, Power nnd P.-Jliniij'Horaory. Winds off Iiwonlij and consumption. Cures wlii-n nil oilicrsrall. Insist on hnvlnir \'ITAI-IS. no whor. C:\a bo cnrrlcd la O. CHICAGO, ILL. For sale by Ben Plsher and B. F/ Kecsltnjr. A Blessing fur the Ladle*. Thousands of ladies are.u'siog Brazilian Balm, For torenesv pain,,.'bcaring down, and many kinds'of trouble, it acts lite a charm. A 50 cent or dollar bottle often docs more good in one week than «ny other remedy does- in months. Used as Bn injection it goes right to th* apot,removinganinfiaaiination. Taken in 16 drop doses every hour .check* ex- eessive floodi^R. • ' ' . •• • Pneumonia. 'Mrs. A. J. Lawrtnce, t>f Bearer, I 1 *,, •ays: . "Brazilian Balm brought me out of a tevere attack of pneumonia in gplen did shape. It is a wctoderful remedy for coughs and lung tjoubles.. Alio for outward u^e, for burns, cold »orea and chapped bunds and face, it cure* like magic. It is invaluable in the l»ta- ily."

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