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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 23, 1896
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Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of transient nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before properef' torts— gentle efforts—pleasant efforts— rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of glckness are not due to uny actual disease, but simply to acpnstipatcdconol' tton of the system, which the pleasai family laxative. Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. Thatiswliy it is the only remedy with millionsof families, and is •rerywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal ele»niiness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore •if important, in order to get its bone- •rial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, -which is mamifactured by the Cah -forma Fig Syrup Co. only and sold bj •II reputable druggists. M in the enjoyment of good health. and the system 'is regular, laxatives on other remedies are then not needed, if .afflicted with any actual disease, one xt*y be commended to tho most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have tho best, and with the -well-informed everywhere, Syrup of JBgs stands highest and is most largely Med and gives most general satisfaction. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. The •nperior accommodations given the great number of. patrons of the above train during the past tourist season,. .warrants the announcement of plans for next season of fluer service with equipment superior to anything yet known in transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-inauguration of "SCXSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co.. "Sunset Boute" in connection with the "Queen ftnd Crescent Kouto" are ruuning the only lino o£ through tourist Pullman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and Ban Francisco. Those excursions are specially conducted, and the object is to enable those who do not care to buy the flret-cltiss 'round trip or one way tickets, to enjoy ft comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at the rery low second-class rate. For further Information, address W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. S. P. Co., Cincinnati, O. W. G. NEIMYER, G. W. Agt. S, P. •o., Chicago, 111. B. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Apt. S. F •o., New Orleans, La. c Manhood Restored • - — N£IfVITAN, tho IVunderflll K<«i:.:l hvmoily.lsiiofd with" written Kllliriii,- too to euro iUl Nurv. t>\i» DHeiLM"- sucli UK Vonk Memurj-,L.a..H of Uraln Po«-i:r. Hand- ncl,,:, WnljcfiilnOBS, Lost Manlniyd, NI.TV- cjtixnejw, ^ i J- p p h y, ElillWl«lH,VnrlfO«Il). itude, uH <!l"n.m;l ] O68 ot |ic,wilr o.' by ovtr-cjirtiKi, »s vo ii-.o •«>»<.• ™™'™, . CllltiUO, ILL, uM forB. (i.1., »181)«.rhorn Si.. CllltiUO, ILL, B. F. K-Hlinc, LOGANSPORT. 1N». A daguerreotype portrait of the first gorilla ever brought alive to Europe, taken in 18"i5, while tho animal was •with AVoimbwoll's circus, has just boon presented to the London Zoological Society. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world 7oi cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rl-eum, fever tores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and positively euri?s piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B, F. Keesling. THIRTY DAYS WITHOUT SLEEP. It has bom found impossible to build & lighthouse on Diamond Shoal off Hatteras, but the Govbrnmont will put In "a lightship at once, and she will bo the •strongest over made. Pass tlwj good word along the line, nies can lie quickly cured without au operation by simply applying DeWltt's \VHx-hi Haxel Salve.—Jno. M. Johnston. T HE ONLY True Blood Purifier prominently in the public eye today is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Therefore jgetHood's and ONLY HOOD't John Sulllvuii, of Philadelphia, No Ouo Blue can Uo It, An open challenge to the whole world lins been issued by John Sullivan, an employe of the S>vede« iron furnace at Ph'iliulelphia. He has lived for 30 dnvK without sleeping a minute, and ho wnnfs to wager, that no one else i-.i the wide world cffn accomplish a similar feat. Some time ugo Sullivan conceived the idea of subjecting him- solf to a test to usccrttiin how long- he could live without sk-cp und Buffer rid distress as a result of continuallj' keeping, his eyes open. His period o' slcejjles--inesM began March 1, nnd he did not close his eyelids once during the remainder of theit month except 1o wink. Ten weehs have elapsed sinco, Ilia month without sleep, and he avers that nt no time during Mnrch, nor since, has he felt any evil effects. Sullivan is -15 years old ti-nd fans n wife i\r.d nix children. He says that during the long- period of sleeplessness he \,oi-ked alternately each week in the furnace on night und day turns. When lu- was employed by day, he kept hitn- sclf awui<u nights by reading intensely interesting- fiction, and when \vorliing~ nights he devoted the greater part of the clay to mov'm™ about in the open nir. lit: never, ho says, experienced an inordinate desire for sleep. He hud a good appetite, but abstained from drinking tea nnd coffee. Having satisfied himself that hii can exist comfortably ,'fO diiys n v 1 nights without sleep, lit; challenges any ma.n in. the world to perform tho snme feat, each to walk a mile every hour during- the 30 days. Testlnp: Cuke In the Ovmi. Miss Purloa gives the following'di- rections for testing the. oven in calce baking: "For sponge ca.l;o put ,'i piece of paper in the oven, dost; tlu: door, [iiul O|)f-n it in fu'e minutes. If the paper is u. ric-li yellow, the oven, is right; but if it is a light yellow the oven is too cool; if a dark brown, it is too hot. For pound cake t.he oven should bo just hot enoug-h to color light brown. Cup caUes require :in oven of r.bout the prime temperature. All thin- rolled cakes require a hot.tcr oven, so that the paper should turn a dark bro'.vn in live minutes. The h-ngth oF time rennijvcl fo:' Inikijiiy certain cakes will vary with their thickness or the Kb* of tin; pan ir. which they are baked." If it required ;in annunl outlay oC ^100,000 to insure a family ajralnst any sorlous cojisequcnccs froni nn attack of bowel complaint during the year there iro mnny who would feel it their duty to pay it; that they could not afford to •kk- their lives, and those of their fam- ly for such an amount. Any one cau ^ot this insurance for 25 cents, that be- ,ug the price oC a bottlo of Chambcr- aiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrboca Remedy. In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack oC bowel complaint before medicine •ould be procured or a physician summoned. One or two doses of this reine- ly will cure any ordinary case. It lever fails. Can you afford to take the isk for so small an amount? For sale by R. F. Keesling, druggist. EXPEDITION TO PUQET SOUND, Selentliti to Make Important Zoologlc* mul Botanical Kiwoiirclicii. Dr. Rashford Dean, ncljunet pro fetsor of zoology;-Cnry N. Calkins and Xnthan K. llarrhigton, instructors ir the zoological deportment, .nnd Bradbury B. Griffin, who holds a fellowshij in zoology, geology and botany, oil of the College nf Physicians and Surgeons, have left New York city for Puget sound, where the four scientists tvill make /.oolog-ical and botanical rear-arches during the summer. Their headquarters will be at Port Townsend. The prrty will moke several days exhibitions to the surrounding places promising- the most fruitful results, and are prepared to "rough it" in the most thorough baelnvoods nif.n-like style. The assistance of the United States fish commission wt Fnget sound has been promised to the scion tistK, n.nd the launch Albatross has bc-en placed nt their disposal to help them in their pursuits. The expedition hopes to make ex- tt.nsive additions to the teachers' collection of the university, to add new typos to the herbarium and zoological museum nnd to collect unique mtiterhl for research for staff -ind graduate students a.nd for training in independent marine research. The party will return about the 1st of September. DEACON NICELY IN A BAD HX. Mil Arrest Follows a Rrfniml to II* IJlnckranlloct. Zaclinriah Nicely, a wealthy resident nud a deacon in the Methodist church, was arrested at Sholbyville, Ind., trie other mornuig- On a grand jury warrant, lie gave bond in the sum of $1,000, Nicely came to this county in 3SGO from 1 Lawrence county, 0., where he wns married in 3S-IO. A few weeks after marriage his wife abandoned him, going to Virginia. After coming 'to this county he was taken sick, and wrote for 'his wife, thinking-she would come. Instead a letter came stating that she was dead, lie recovered and married Surah Bales, who proved a good and devoted wife, a.nd who assi-stcd him in accumulating u nice fortune. This fact seems to have reached Virginia partios, who, he says, recently wrote informing- him thut unless he would .send them SU.-OO they would expose him, stating that his first wife was living, which is true. Nicely refused to Oo this and his arrest is the result. PLAGUE OF CATS. Marriages arc much more interesting n Paris than in London for on tlic it'hoi- side of the channel yon have the. -.ivil and religious marriage and you have, therefore, two appearances and wo cosUraies. Government .Hc^potiHlbto for fcl;o TrouhJe- sonir I'-clino Army. What to do with the army of stray cats is a problem that Washington ,wiil bo called upon to solve before a great while. Tr.e city is overrun with tramp cats a»id they make the night hideous with their yowls. A nervous eitixen has filed a complaint with the. district authorities, Tliis citi-Mn suggests that some humane method of putting tho eats to tlenUi should be adopted by the city. The government is largely responsible for the plag-uc. A few years ago tin: treasury building became overrun with rats. "After every way of exterminating them failed, several hundred ca.ts were turned loose in the vaults. The rats soon disappeared, but tha cals increased rapidly and became a great nuisance, not only in the treasury building, but throughout the city. Mothers will flncl Chamberlain' oug-li Remedy especially valuable fo croup and whooping- cousi. It vn'I give prompt relief and Is safe and pleas int. We have sold It for several year and It has never failed to give the rnos perfect satisfaction. G. TV. Richards }uquesne, Fa. Sold by B. F. Kceslins Ex-Congressman Miller, of Oshkosh, Vis., who kept tho House in pood 1m- nor while lie was a member of it, lias ettled down to quiet life. He has an .inpin fortune, made from careful mil le invc.stivients. SAD JOKE OF A FARMEH. Cllrohd B Tree. Imitate* n. lilackblrd anil In Futiilly Shot. For some time past Cyrus Ttubright, n Franklin township,Westmoreland county, farmer, h.-.s been annoyed by blackbirds takinp- his cherries. This wns known to a neighbor named Josiah Marl*, who clambered up one of Knb- rig-ht's Irces, and, seeing- Rubrig-ht, commenced to chirp liken,blackbird. Tiub- riEfht ar. ont'L 1 went to the house, got his shotS'liii and opened fire on what ho thoujrht \vris ,a number nf birds. To his r.stonishmer.t Mart* fell out. of the tree, brully wrr.iridi'd. ?~ shot, havh)^ penetrated his back-, ma.king- a very serious anrl perhaps fatal wound. Ttnbrig'ht is 'Try much alarmed, as Martz's recovery CANDLES LIGHT THE WEDDING. Beallittlo Kffnctm mt u KitifiloiiablA MaXrl- monln.1 Affiilr at Newport. The first fashion-ible wedding of the season took place the other duy at Newport. R. I., nnd was that of Shatter ,1-Ioward, of.New York, and'Atiss JfoIIie Frances Hunter, a popular young- woman in society, uho is one of Newport's permanent residents. The ceremony look place at the residence of the 'bride's mother, Mrs. Thomas P>. Hunter, on Rhode Island avenue. In a little nlcove off the hall had been built an altar, which was made even more realistic b3' the abundant use of candles in .silver sticks The bride wns attended by her brother only, who gave her away, while Carl Howard, brother of the groom, acted as best man. Tha bride's dress was white satin, trimmed with old kice. which had done similar duty on her mother's wedding day, 32 years apo. Her veil was caught up with a diamond cross, and on her he:ul she also wore n. smn'Il heart cross, the g-ift of the groom. Following the church ceremony, a luncheon was served by MuCnchinger nnd n reception wns held. The presents were numerous ns well ns costly, and more than filled the large room set a-sidq for them. A. SENSATION AVERTED. Naval Oadot Falls to Follow the Advice of Hot-Blooded Father. WM Told to Whip the Superintendent of Academyfor.Cnwarriinted Interference —Few Vacanclei (or Grailuutlnc CIM» of Went 1'olnt Cadcti. MATT RANSOM ON MEXICO. S»y» a r.urco Amount of American Capital In Dome Invented There. lion. Matt W. Ransom, United States minister to Mexico, is in Washing-ton on leave Of absence. No especia.I significance is attached to Mr. Hansom's visit to this country nt this time, business interests, he declares, having- brought him home.. He reports Mexico ns being peaceful and prosperous. "A large amount of American capital is coining- into the country," he says, "and much is being- invested in coffee lauds. Mexico is we.ll adapted to the production of the fragrant berry, which is one of the most profitable crops raised in any part of the world. There is nothing- exciting- in the sister republic. The general elections will oceur this fail, and the reelection of President Diaz is a certainty. This makes his fifth consecutive term of otrice and a wiser and better chief nd- ministrato-r never guided the destinies of a nation." Arilmnln' Eyen. The cyos of nil the animals at the London zoological gardens have been .miii"'] by Dr. Lindsay Johnson ns carefully n,s though he was about to fit them with spectacles. The result of his observations is extremely in- icrcsting. The eye of the senl was examined with the opthnlmoscope vhilc both sea! and pi-ofessor were under water. Even under these abnormal condition!; it was definitely ascertained that t;ie lens of n. scnl's eye is almost, spherical, as tire those of oth*r amphibious creatures, bcfng n this respect quite different from the nminn eye. A New York Sun special from Washington says: The graduating exercises •t the naval academy just held would have been memorable in one respect had n member of the class which received diplomas from Secretary Herbert carried out the wishes of his father, that he prccced to whip Capt. Thilip II. Cooper, superintendent, of. the schooli for what the father thought was a piece of unauthorized interference. Kenneth G. Castleman was a member of the clues nnd his father, Col. Cattleman, is a typical Kentuckinn, Col. Castleman, with his wife, visited the school to see his son graduated, nnd while there took young Cnstlernan on rides. There is a. regulation which prohibits cadets from riding about the town in carriages, nnd Cattleman was reported to the superintendent for in fraction of the rules. The offense was not serious, und probably called only for a. few demerits. Col. CaBtlemuj). however, thought tliat Capt. Cooper was guilty of a piece of interference, and advised his boy to resign his commission and then, as a civilian, proceed to trounce the superintendent. It is said that he promised his son a good sunj to live on if he would uphold Kentucky honor by whipping the superintendent, but the young man looked at tJie. matter in another light and is still a cadet. It is fortunate for young Castleraaji that lie did not attempt to whip the superintendent, for he then would have been court-martialled and sentenced to confinement on the prison ship San tec. As a civilian he would probably have been arrested and fined five dollars. Naval officers in Washington say that the young man would have had a. difficult time in whipping Capt. Cooper, who is rather athletic and skillful with his hands. ' t This is the complaint of thousands at this season. They have no appetite; food does not relish. They need the toning upof the stomach and digestive organs, which a cfurse of Hood's Sarsaparilla will give them. It also purifies and enriches th« blood, cures that distress after eating' and Internal misery only * dyspeptic can know, creates an appetite, overcomes thit tired feeling and builds up and sustains the whole physical system. It so promptly and efficiently relieves dyspeptic symptoms and cures nervous headaches, that it seems to have almost "a magic touch." Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best— in fact the One True Blood Purifier. .. n»u are the best after-dinner HOOd S PlIlS pills, aid digestion. 25c. REV. S. P. KLOTZ. PASTOR U. B. CHURCH. Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier re idtng at Monroe, Mich., was severelj fllioted with rheumatism but receive! jroinpt relief from pain by using Cham jerlain's Pain Balm. He says: "At times my back would ache so badly that could hardly raise up. If I had not gotten relied I would not be here to vrcite those tew lines. Chamberlain's 'ain'Balin lias done me a great deal o£ '001 and I feel very thankful for it." 'or sale by B. F. Keesling. A few only of the graduating- class at Vest Point will receive commissions in the army. Three weel-rs ago there were only three vacancies in all branches o£ t)>: service for these young men, but the number has since increased to 15, with two more in sight before July 1, when vacancies begin to be set asiilc -for the class graduating one year hence. The reduced number of places is due to appointments made from the ranks and the comparatively few casualties. Of the 35 vacancies now existing seven ore in the cavalry and eight in the infantry. No vacancies exist in either the engineer or artillery corps. COMPOSES Old HIS OWN EPITAPH. HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM? Kalanmoo, Mich., M.iy 5, 'OC. suffered greatly with rheumatism months. I tried numerous remedies, with no benefit. A friend who had iee-.il helped by Dr. Jebb's Ehenmatl- urc persuaded me to try that. I ob- alned two bottles. The effect surprised no. The first bottlo nearly cured me, ,nd by the time I had used the sccoud was completely cured. I am careful s to what I endorse, but I most un- inaliflodly recommend that remedy. On my evidence several severe cases jive tried it, and in every instance, so in- as I know, It has produced a per- ect cure. \V. F. PARSONS, 'resident Persons' .Business College .and Shorthand Institute, lold on a positive guarantee by B. F. Kcesllng and Ben. Fisher. China Is going to establish an Imperial bank under the control o( the revenue board and with a capital of 10,000,000 taels. SUFFERERS WITH RHEUMATISM We have obtained the agency for a remedy for rheumatism which' has had remarkable success. Sold on positive guarantee. You run no risk of losing your money. We Urvlte you to call at our store and let us tell you about It. B. F. KEESLING, Druggist Pitcher's Castorl*> Children Cry for When we consider that the Intestines arc about Dve times as long as the body, we can realize the intense suffering experienced when they become inflamed. DeWitfs Coli'c and Cholera Cure subdues -Inflainimatiou at once and completely removes the difficulty.—.Tno. M. Johnston. The five largest cities JD Switzerland are Zurich with 120.500 inhabitants; Geneva, 80,000; Basle, 78,000; Berne. JS.-.100; Lausanne 3C,GOO. It would be 'hard to convince a man suffering from bilious colic that his agony is due to a mlserobe with an uu- pronouncable name. But one close of DeWitt'3 Colic and Ch-olera Cure will convince him of its power to afford Instant relict. It kills pain.—John M.Joim- ston. Buenos Ayre.s is going to erect a monument to GarlxildL It will be appropriate, as Garibaldi spent twelve years of his life In fighting for South American freedom, but is probably thought of on account of the large proportion o[ Italians J.n the population of the city. Small In size, but great In results. Forester—What are you doing here iu his thicket all the- time? Peasant—I m engaged by tho hotel.as the cuckoo, and my wj.fc as the echo.—Flicgendo Blatter. We are anxiotis to do a lirtle good iu this world and can think of no pleasanter or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected cold?.—Juo. M. Johnston, liiicliclor of iudlnnu Mourns HI» J.ifdonjr .Mistake. One o£ the most eccentric characters of Indiana, is Allison Dewitt, of Battle Ground an old bachelor who has lived alone in a litild cabin for nearly half a century, 'mid Us now an octogenarian, enfeebled by disease and near death's door. Oi'er one year ago lie began digging- his own grave, which progressed .slowly been use of his feebleness, and after reaching- the required depth he spent several weeks in walling- it up, using brick and mortar. Then he contracted with a Logansport firm for a suitable jnnmimcnt, bearing his own epitaph, anil this stone has .-just been placed in position. .He prescribed what should be carved on the tombstone, rtipulating- that no capital letter must be Vised save in the word God. A literal copy is as follows: a bachelor lies beneath this sod who disobeyed t!-.c laws of God- advice to others thus I (five: don't live a batch ns 1 d!d live—regret. Waterloo, Ind., Sept. 8, 1S9C. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I have been afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or sour stomach. I have tried different remedies without much benefit. Finally I bought a 10-cent bottle of Syrup P*ep- sln and found that it benefitted me. I am convinced th;it it will do what It is recommended when taken according to directions. I have taken nearly one bottle and feel Hie a differeut person. S. P. KLOTZ. ' For sale by B. F. Keesling. REMEDY. Mr. Lira-sou Tiiit, the well-known Birmingham doctor, has designed an instrnimont whereby the-electric current is applied for the surgical arrest of Weed in?. Pass tlie good word along the line. PUcs can be quietly cured without an operation by simply applying- DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.—.Tuo. II. Johnston, At the Marchioness of. Salisbury's reception, on the Queen's birthday, all the good looki'.ng women were mothers, and some of them srandmothew.—r.on- Oon Letter. Persons who have a coughing spell every night, on account of n tickling sensation in the throat, may overcome it at once by a dose of One Minute Cough Cure.—JDO. M, Johnston. CHINESE MINISTER CAUSES JOY. Wonian'H MIsHlonury liounl Are Cordially Rccelvca Ijy Mr. Vant ^u. The members o£ Uic woman's board o£ homeandforeign missionsof the Methodist Episcopal church south were received by Yang Yu, the Chinese minister to the United States a.t Washing- Ion the other afternoon, and tiie minister's wife accepted a Bible and a membership of the missionary society of the church. This is believed to be the firsi. IJmc a Chinese minister has ever accorded a formal reception to church representatives. The minister, through his interpreter, stated that the missionaries in the Chinese Empire had the g-ood will of the emperor and of the educated uppcrclasscs; the opposition came from the lower and ignorant, classes. HAS A HISTORY. PHELPS' COUGH, COLB AND CROUP CURE. Office of "Klngsfisher Times,' Kingfisher, Okla., Dec. li '23. Gemlemes:—I believe it my duty to write you a line In regard to the beneficial effects o£ Phelps' "Four C Remedy- so far as I am personally concerned. A. week ago last Thursday, I was taken with a severe attack ot la Rrippo and in a short time became sa hoarse I could not speak above a whisper. The niprht previous I had coughed nearly tha entire night; just before retiring I took a tcaspoonful, ana slept tiie entire nig-lit as sweetly as ever I did in my life, not coughing once. I waa entirely relieved before taking ono bottle. Philips' Cough, Cold and Croup Cure should-be in every household in tho land. I send you this wholly unsolicited bv anyone, for you are benefactors of the race in giving it the antidote Tor some of the worst afflictions to which it is heir. Verv TrulyYoMrs, C. J. XESBITT, Editor. I guarantee 4 C in grip, asthma, croup, cough and colds. Try St.—B. F, Keesling. A typographical error lu a Connecticut paper, the other day, referred to the bolting delegates of the Probobotiou convention in Pjtteburjr ns "bottling delegates." "Wake up, Jacob, day is breaking!" DeWltt's Little Early Risers act gently so said DeWMt's Ltttle Early Riser to but thoroughly, curing Indigestion, dys-1 the man who had taken them to arouse pepslo. and constipation. Small pill, safe pill, beet pill. At a mass meeting of the citizens of Garrison, Col., the other day, It wns voted to change the name of the town to Canton. The change was made because the names Garrison and-Gunnl- son are so similar that It caused a great deal of confusion in the malls. hla sluggish liver.-—Jno. M. Johnston. Georgia has an "earthquake well." It suddenly appeared on the night of the Charleston (S. C.) earthquake nnd Is said to be unfathomable. Children Cry for •"tcher't Castorla. ,F»ct» Concerning the Gavel Uned in Calling to Order the Mi-publican Convention The gavel which was. used .in calling- the republican, national convention at St. Louis to order «as made from a piece of timber in, the building-in which Missouri's ordinance of secession was massed. The gavel is the property of Mr. Lee D. Bell, of Neosho, Mo. On May 20 he wrote to Chairman Carter, tendering 1 him the use of the g-avcl on opening the convention. Mr. Carter answered promptly, accepting- the offer. The g-avel is the handiwork of Jaroes Moore, an ex-confederate soldier and a republican. Filled with ChrliUan Bnthuilaim. So strong- w«s their dfsire for the inspiration of a Christian Endeavor convention- that four yonng- men of Chehalis count}', Wash., walked 19 miles through a henvy rnin in order to be present ot tbf county convention. Pa; of BrltHh Cabinet. Minister*. The home secretary, the secretary for v-ar and the secretary for India in the British government receive each a gal- dry of $25,000 per year. RuMlan Consnmptlon Core. The new Kussia.n consumption cure is by the Inhalation of aniline vapors. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE YANDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 23th and continuing antil about Sept. 30th the steamers of ihls line will make two trips each way Jally between 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 0:30 a. m. and 11:30 p. m., dully, Including Sunday. Eitra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at t a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Running lime across lake 4 hours. Trl-tveekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St. Joseph Monday, Wednesday »nd Friday evenings. The equipment of this line includes »he side wheel steamers City of Chicago tnd City of Milwaukee (the largest and Snest west of Detroit), and the newly rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with all Fandalla trains. Tickets on sale at all Fandalia Line stations. Chicago dock toot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GEAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. ANTAl-lfllOY .3 tiny CapralM are superior U,* Balsam of Copaiba, ~ ICabebs or Injections aid rTCURE W48HOORS 'the same diseases wi inconvenience. Sold by dl

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