Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 12, 1891 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, February 12, 1891
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BAD ECZEMA ON BABY I RAILROAD RUMBIINGS. Head one Solid Sore. Itching' Awful. Hac to Tie Hii Hands to Cradle. Cured by Cuticura. < iiir iitile toy broke out on Ms head with a Lmd lorm of eczema when lie was four months old We tried three doctors, but they did not help him. We then used your three Cuticura Remedies, and alter using them eleven weeks exactly accord- Ing to directions, he begun to steadily Impiove, and attflr the use of them for seven months his head was entirely well. When we begun using It his head was a solid sore from the crown to his eyebrows.' It was also all over his ears, most of his face, and small places on different parts of his body. There were sixteen weeks thiit we had to keep his hands tied to the cradle, and hold them when he was taken up; and had to keep mltWns tied on his hands to keep his llnger-nalls out of the sores, as he would si ratch If he could In any way get-hls hands loose. We know your Cutl- csraEemedles cured him. We feel safe In recommending them to others, f.KO. B, & JAN£TTA HARRIS, Webster, Ind. Scrofula Cured. a sl-.ter younger than myself whose whole body was covered wlih scrofula sores, from head to foot. She could not He down at night, and had no peace by day. A. friend advised her to try the Cuticura Remedies. She did ;-o, and they cured her. DORA B. ERVING, Rushsylvanla,, Ohio. Cutieura Resolvent Tlie new Blood and Skin Purifier, and createst ol Humor Remedies, demises the .blood ol all Imparities und poisonous elements, and tuns removes the cause, while Cuticura. the great skin cme, and Cuticura Soap, an exquisite sklm*;eau- tlfler, clear the skin and scalp, ana restore the luilr. Thus the Cuticura Remedies cure every .M>ecies of Itching, burning, scaly, plmpljy and blotchy skin, scalp, and blood dlseuses, from i:ifiincj to age, when the best phjsldnns tall. Sold everywhere. Price. Cuticura, 60c.: Soap, 25c.; Kesolvent, gi. Prepared by the Potter Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston. {^-Send lor "How to Cure Skin Diseases," M pages. 50 Illustrations, and 100 testimonials. DA DV'C Skin and scalp purified and beau- Dn.DI O tlfled by CBTICURA SOAF. Absolutely pure. PAINS and WEAKNESSES Of females Instantly relieved by that new, elegant, and Infallible-Antidote to Pain. Inflammation, and Weakness, tbe Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster. D. B. PRYOR The Druggist handles the purest drugs which the market produces.— PRESCRIPTIO N..S- A specialty. 516 E. Broaday st. Real Estate. For Sale orTrade In all parts of Logansport. Residence and Business^property. Sole Agents for the "West End Addi„, tion." And -Johnson's Riverside Addition. Vacant Lots, on Monthly Payments. Bargains in lands close to city. E. N. Talbott & Son, Real Estate Broker, •St. Elmo Bloek. Broadway DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE »ml Residence orer 201 Sycamore St. LOGANSPORT, • • • IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases o! ^Vomen and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. ' Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 12. Beecham's Pills cures sick head ache. d6t •- M. J. Bligh, No. 305 Market stre.et is the sole agent forSchlitz' celebrated Milwaukee bottled beer for family use. jan22dlmo SHILOH'S CUKE will immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. . Sold by B. F. Kees. ling '.8 THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F. Keesling . 1 SLEEPLESS NIGHTS .made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by B-^JBV Keesling. 2 WHY WILL TfpD cough when Shiloh'a Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. : Sold by B. F. Keesling. . • 7 . Short breath, palpitation, pain in chest, weak or faini spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keesling's (5) from die Note-Book of Our Railway Reporter—Points Per- MOnal uiid OllierwiNe. Telegrams were sent from Pittsburg, giving instructions that all the general offices of the Pennsylvania company be closed from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. yesterday, during the hours of the funeral services of J. N. McCullough, late first vice president. The order of Local Railway Telegraphers at Terre Hauler which was one of the most prosperous in the organization, it is stated, will give up its charter, so many of the members have been obliged to withdraw on account of the position which the West- Western Union Telegraph company took toward them. Seldom has there anything occured in railroad circles which has excited more interest among railroad and bus iness men than the moves of the Brice syndicate, owning the Lake Erie & Western, che Queen & Crescent, the East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia and the Louisville Southern roads, to secure the Louisville, New Albany & Chicago road. Yesterday. Senator Calvin S. Brice, General Manager Bradbury, of the Lake Erie & Western, and President Breyfogle, of the Louisville, New Albany & Chicago, inspected the road from Monon to Louisville. Before leaving Chicago, on Monday evening. Mr Brice significantly remarked that the "coon had been treed." Mr. Breyfogle says his road_ obtained all it asked for. A gentleman who is an intimate acquaintance of both Mr. Brice and Manager Bradbury says he was told, Monday night, that an agreement had been reached whereby the Monon was to become a portion of the Lake Erie & Western for the sum of $8,000,000. A Pennsylvania railroad official who was in the city yesterday, in speaking of the deal, said it meant a closer traffic alliance between the" Louisville & Nashville and the Pennsylvania Company as a Chicago and Southern line. It further meant that the Pennsylvania Company woald build a roadi from Indianapolis to a connection with their Logansport division for Chicago connecting with this division either at Kokomo or Anoka junction, probable the former, as in building to Kokomo but fifty-five miles of road need be built, against seventy-two miles to the other point. Mr. Brice was in Logansport a few hours yesterday. To a reporter he denied the truth of .the reported purchase of the Monon by the Lake Erie & Western.—Indianapolis Journal. BIG FIRE AT EOKOMO. Stable-. Burn W Itlu Valuable Horj.es —Total L.08S 82O,00«. The Fee & McDaniels livery and feed barns at Kokomo, burned at 2 o'clock yesterday morning. The loss is $20,000. The stables contained a number of blooded horses, among them McDaniel's. Lenni, an imported Norman stallion, valued at $2,000, and Daniel Lambert, Jr., by Daniel Lambert, $5.000. Dr. C. F. Bell 'lost. Flying Dutchman, by Sentinel, the mare Pocahontas, two bufrgies and "his entire veterinary outfit; total ' value $3,000. Kennedy. & Coffman lost a. fllly by Ranger boy; value $2,000. Dimock, the laundryman, lost a fine mare worth $1,000. The United States Express Com- .pany's horse, worth $300, was burned. A. H. Duke lost two Jersey cows worth $200, and a number of boarders in all/fourteen^ horses, three" cows and the entire building. - No insurance. The cause .was. undoubtedly incen- diarism, as the telephone wires to' the •v?a;er works were cut. Our dear little daughter was terribly sick, Her bowels were bloated as hard as a brick, • . We feared she would die Till we happened to try Pierce's Pellets— they cured her, re- remarkably. quick. Never be .without Piece's Pellets in the house. They are gentle and effective in action and give immediate relief in cases of indigestion, biliousness and constipatipn. They do their work thoroughly and leave no bad effects. Smallest, cheapest, easiest to . take. One a dose. Best Liver Pill made, Musband Have more than once been saved by the timely use Of Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, after all other remedies -have been tried in vain. The Balsam stop's decay of- the lungs and cures influenza and acute and chronic cough's. There is no other medicine in, the world that acts so promptly, certainly none that does its work so thoroughly as Kemp's balsam. All druggists sell it: Large ' bottles 5'0c. and $1. . ' eod For rent, several desirable houses Apply to C. E Hale. nov4dtf A Noted Figure In Operatic liife. Mr. Heinrich Conreid, the director of Coureid's Comic Opera company, which is to appear at Dolan's Friday evening, is a prominent figure in operatic life. He was^originally connected with the Court theatre in Vienna, and he is familiar, with all the works of the Vienna and German composers. He owns and controls in this country many of the foreign lyric compositions, a large number of which he has given their initial representations in America. "The Merry War, "Boccacio," "The Beggar Student," '.'Nanon s " "The Bat," "Gypsy Baron," •'TheKing's Fool" and a score or two of other popular works are included in his lists of properties. • Mr. Conreid has been in America about fourteen years. In that time .he ha,s staged and managed numerous lyric productions and their success in different parts of the country has been largely due'to his ability and experience as a director. He has been identified with the New York Casino for several years and his work has materially aided the success cf the theatre as well as that of its attractions. He engaged and personally rehearsed his company, and its brilliant performances of "Waltz King," Strauss' masterpiece, and Adolph Mueller's romantic opera, demonstrated the skill and thoroughness of his training. Among the leading singers in the. company is Miss Bettina Padelford, who is the daughter of Gen. Albert Ordway, a military officer at Washington, D. C., where she was formerly and for several years a dashing and favorite belle in social circles. She sings the leading female role in "The King's Fool" One of her songs is "My Love is Fair Colombia," which is always well received. Another principal singer of the company is Miss Ida Fitzhugh of Chicago who is a talented singer. Edward S. Grant sings leading parts in both operas. Misses Clara Lavine Rita Selby, a singer who has won distinction this season in the principal female role of "The Gypsy Baron." Francis B.ousseau, Lulu Nichols, Ferris Hartman and Charles F. Long are the other leading vocalists. The cast includes also Misses Emilie Bell, Mollie and Louise Hilliard and Ada Walker: The Hilliard sisters are two of the fencers who a.p- pear in "The King's Fool," and who were with the Vienna fencers who originally took part in that act. The exhibition of swordsman is -given by six young ladies, who were trained to use foils and swords skillfully by a professional New York fencing tnas- ter. - ^ For u l*plrltnal Song. A Christmas Story..—A poor country congregation 'found itself badly in want Of hymn-books: The clergyman applied to a London firm, and asked to be supplied at the lowest (church) rates. The. firm replied that on condition the hymn-books contained certain advertisements,'the congregation should have them for nothing. Necessity knows no, law, and the minister sorrowfully complied, thinking to himself that when the advertisements came they could be removed from the leaves. The hymn-books arrived, and—joys of joys—they contained no interleaved advertisements. At 'the thanksgiving service the good parson joyously gave out the Christmas hymn, and the. congregation sang the first verse with fervor. When they reached the last line they found that this was what'they had been singing: "Hark! the hprald angels sing, Beechara's Pills are just the thing; Peace on earth and mercy mild. Two for man and one lor child." Uw A Healthful Exercise. "The King's Fool," which is to be presented by Conried's Comic<(0pera Company at Dolan's Friday evening is the only comic opera of ^which a genuine fencing contest is a feature. It is of course incidental to the portrayal of the opera. And it has proved an. immensely popular one. The young ladies who take part in the exhibition were taught the art of parrying and thrusting foils, which they handle with skill,, by a New York master They practice daily for the healthful exercise it-affords as well as for the additional proficiency it gives them in the contests in the performance. These fair fencers have not only developed their muscles but addded to their personal, appearance on and off the stage. Young-ladies, enervated by the high tension living and exacting demands of society, might counteract these effects, as-some have done, by regular exercise with foils. Notice. All.'past Officers of Logansport Lodge No. 1, Grand' Order," of'the Orient, are requested tomeet at Trades and Labor Assembly Hall,' on Friday evening, February 13, 1891. There are nine candidates for initiation. A new charter and' ritual has been received and an entirely new lodge will be instituted. By order, of O. B. SARGENT, B. F. KEESLIXG. GEO. W. FENDER, CHAS. L. WOLL, H. J. McSHEEHi', Grand Officers. LOST THEIK CASH. How a Smooth Swindler Fleeced Confiding Frenchmen, Banker Mace, of Paris, Disappears, and $4,000,000 Belonging to His Depositors Go wilh Him. A SUNSATION IN FAIUS. PAIUS, I'Yb. 11. —Great 'exc'itomcvnt prevails in the Faubourg' Montmartre owing to the sudden disappearance of a banker named Mu.ee, livingvat, 12 Rue Cabot. The police, on being- notified, went to MIKE'S office and questioned hit; clerks, who 011^ n.nc:l all said that they did not know their master's private addn-ss; Unit, until February lie hud paid ri'.trnlur ly the interest to a.11 who hud iul rnsU'.d him with . their money, but when tbe February bills fell due lie had disappeared. The commis.sary of. police received a letter from Marc announcing- that his failing business forced' him to fly utid that h'c intended to kill liimsi-if. The deficit amounts to 84,000,000. Pnrinsr the afternoon the excitement- u-.-is intense and agitated crowds a*sen:iili:d. in front of the bank, and only •j.M.roiig'putiLe force prevented a riot. Mace opened a bank in Paris five years ago and attracted drpo^its Vy the .offer of unusually liis'h interest which he appears : to have paid out of the principal as it came in. At lenfrih he oould keep up the pretense of solvency no longer, as ir>nny licgsi-n to n.;itl for their deposit?. Tln-rc is'bnt 4(1.0110 francs in tin; bank to pny the army nf depositors. Tn his letter Ma^e said that he tyid left his croil't.ors nil the money Unit he had left. i.OdO.lion fram-s, deposited in Hie Credit- Lyonnais. VENEZUELAS TURN NEXT. A Reciprocity Treaty with That Country to Kc rroclaimed Shortly. WASHINGTON". Fob'- 11.—It is understood thai I lie President, has ready for announcement a procla.malioti of. reciprocity wiih Venezuela similar in. terras to the agreement just reached with Brazil. This agreement has been readied by the exercise of. the powers conferred by the legislation of the last session of Congress, and will take effect, according to report., about the same time as the agreement with Kra7.il. The figures prepared for the .State Department have been nntier consideration for sonic time, and estimates have been made, as carefully as the imperfect figures procurable during the Venezuelan trade would permit as to the benefits to be obtained by both countries. While the commerce of Venezuela is not so large as that of P.raxil. the United States lias for several years enjoyed a much larger proportion, of. the, importing business than any other nation dealing with Ihe Venezuelans. . The total exports of Venezuela in If Sii were a little more than SH.000,000 and the imports were about $9,- oOO.OOO. Of this amount the Venezuelans took from us more than SV 000,000 m -JjiSO, and in -1S8S JfS.OOO,- 000. This included about SGOO,- 010 worth of breadstuff*, principally -wheat arid flour; about 5?. r >OfU>00 worth of cloths; Sion.nno worth o[ manufactures of iron and, steel and more than gw.noo worth of provisions and dairy prodnrls. The latest figures procurable of our imports from Venezuela are those of isSR. In that yenr we imported a little more thnh S10,- 000.000 altogether, made up of about S3S.OOO wcirtb of ehemienls and dye woods, driigs and medicines, nearly SS.- 000.000.worth of coffee, about• £200.000. worth of cocoa. 81.000.000 worth of hides and skins, and S100.000 worth . of other articles The iniportshad increased from about S2.000.nOO. in 1870 to more than Sll.O(lO.OOf) !TI 13SO. and -the- increase from isSO l.olPSs was about S4,000.000. While; the. Tuiled States sends more products to Venezuela than any other foreign nation the importsof (lie U uitod Kingdom. Franeeand Germany together arc larger thnn those of the Uuited States mid the imports arc in extent in the order, respectively, of the nations mentioned The proclamation of the President would have been made a day or two ago, as it-was expected the agreement of. Venezuela to the propositions of the United States would-be received by the last sU-amer. Tin 1 !" papers arc on the Way, however, mid will nrrivc by the ste;nner due in New York nn February |K-«r ihi-rfabout. . 111.. Feb. II —The 'Republicans and F'M B. A. men in the Illinois flegislature failed to agree on a compromise candidate for United States Senator at thi-ir conference. Tn the joint session 11m Republicans voted for Oglesb.y foi Ihrec ballots. On the seven ty-sov en Hi. ballot, they dropped Oglesby's name and'.took up that of C. J. Lindley. A. recess wnsjhen taken until 8 o'clock. p. in. The Kaiiners? Alliance members ''oti'd fur Stellc on all the. ballots: . The joint session reassembled at 3 o'clock unri ..livo more, ballots w-pre taken, the last—the seventy-ninth—resulting: ---Palmer,. '101; Lindley, 100; Stelle, 3. The joint session then' adjourned,. '•..-:Hurled In JSnffJaml. LONTJOJT, Feb. 11.—The body of Mr. Freeman H. Morse, United States Consul . (jeneraJ in this city from ISfil to 1870, who died on February <>, at Surbiton, Surrey, where he hnd resided since 1870,. was interred in the churchyard of .St., Mary's Parish Church, Long Ditton. Death of a : 31.assitcliuBe'.>tM Jurist. LAWKEXCE, Mass., Feb. 11.—William Marcus Morton, ex-chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, died Tuesday evening in Andover, after a ingering illness. He was 72 years old. For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS Such as Kind and.fain in thy Stomach, Fullness and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness, and Drowsiness, Cold Chills,Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Scurvy, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensat/'ons, &c. THE f IRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES. BEECHAM'S PILLS TAKEN AS DIRECTED RESTORE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HEALTH. For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc, f tlioy/JC7"iWf MAGIC, Strengthening fhQ muscular System, restoring long-lost Complexion, tjrlnglngbiick theAeen edge of appetite, and arousing with the ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the luliole'physldal energy ot the human Irarao. Ono ot tbe best guarantees to the Ncrmus anil Debilitated IB that BEECHAM'S PILLS HAVE THE LARGEST SALE OF ANY PROPRIETARY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. . Prejiured only by THUS. KEKC1IAM. St. Helen*. T,lincn«hlre. Eniiliiiwl. Said by Dnifigtiits generally. B. F. ALLEN CO.. 365 and 367 Canal St. N«w York, Sntfl AjrentH for Llic United Stated, irlio (if >t"<ir drupeistdoen n»t kcop thorn) "WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS cm RECEIPT of i'RlOC.Scts. A BOX. (KEyriON TSis PAPKIU ?f i« .. -• •••,:,-. • : BLOSSOM ,A POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES. Atluea. liing-uidieeling, low spirited and despondent, ivith no appa- I'entcanse. IntUgestiouJjoadaehc, pains in. the back, p^ns across the- lower part of bowels. Great soreness in region',! ov:irles. Bladder difficulty, Frequent urina- tions Leucorrhoia Constipation of bowcis. and with ull these symptoms a terrible nervous feelingis-experlence^by the putieat. THE OKANGE BLOSSOM TKJBATMEXT removesaU these by a thorough process of absorption. A 1 nOAl ADDIinATIflW Perfectly harmless, winioh every liidy can use, herselt. Med- LUunL- ArrLlUal lull -iclnes taken internally will never relieve the many forms at female weakness. The remedy .must be applied to the parts to obtain permanent relief. A m I III TAI V Tfl I AHICQ in our circular. Ask your druggist for one. Or "^end two I LAI II IALN ID LflUlEOcent stamp to home office for sample box and circular. EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. $1.00 FOR ONE MONTH'S TREATMENT. -PKEI'AJIED BY- O. B. Stomach Powder*. O. B. Kidney: Conei. 0. B. Pile Remedy. 0. B. Catarrh Cure. J. A. McCILL, M. D., & CO., 2 **-PANORAMA PLACE, CHICAGO, ILL FOR SALE BY Something New in Corn—Slew Kiln Dried Corn Meal. This process retains all the 'sweets and nutriments of the corn. It is this process that has given Kentucky and Virginia its great reputation for corn meal. To be had at the leading groceries. We are also manufacturing pure whole wheat flour. This is also on sale at all the leading groceries in one-eighth barrel packages. There is more nutrition in this flour than in any other made. We are now prepared to grind corn for feed in any quantities declldiwtf D. &C.-II. UHL. Notice. One hundred carpenters wanted im] mediately. Call at No. 225 Fourth street, third floor, any Monday evening at 7 p. m. on or before March 2, 1891, to join the Carpenters' Union at $2.50 for initiation fee,"as the fee will be raised to $5 on and after that date. By order of 'Carpenters' and Joiners' Union No. 744. J. L. KILBORN, Pres't. SETII WEEDEN, Kec. See'y. jan31d2tawlm Malaria. Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is held in wide esteem as a specific and preventive. In it we have the means of rendering the air and water wholesome. "Darbys Fluid is a good disenfector and destroyer 'of miasmatic matter.— J. C. BOOTH, Chemist, U. S. " Mint, Phila." "It should be used everywhere impure gases are generated from, decomposing matter."—HOLMES STEEL, M. D., Savannah. Ga. . tola No Matter Ho»CKard any di-uggist. tries to sell you his own. cough medicine, remember he does it because he makes more money on it Insist on having Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, for there is no cough remedy so pure and none so quick to break up a- cold. For In fluenza, soreness of the throat and tickling irritation with constant cough. Kemp's Balsam is an immediate cure. Large bottles 50 cents and-$l, ' At all druggists. , eod. Two OF A KIND.—A mule will follow a load of hay all day, but he bates to be driven to pasture. There is a good deal of a mule in some people aad they are usually troubled with a liver and indigestion and need a reliable remedy, such as Dr. White's Dandelion Alterative. It cures indigestion, biliouness and liver and kidney troubles, purifies the blood-and brings back the vigor,of youth. For sale by. B. F. Keesling and D. E. Pryor. .told The "Mother's TPrlcnd" Not only shortensjlabor and lessens pain attending it, out greatly diminishes the danger to: life of both mother.and child if used a few months before confinement. - Write to The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga,,, for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher.. . to!5 I Am Crazed WItH Tootlmclie and serves you right for having neg- .ected to use SOZODOJTT. Had you done so your mouth have been healthy and your teeth sound. Get the "snag"' pulled out and commence at on.ee using SOZODOXT, thereby preserving the Balance of your teeth. tolo Nervous ' debility, . poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples^ cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesliug's. (6) The Pulpit anO. the Stage. Kev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United Brethren Church, Blue*Mound, Kan., says: ''I feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Discovery- has done for me. My Luna's were badly diseased, and my! parishioners thought I could live only a few weeks. I took five bottles of Drl King's New Discovery and am sound and well,gaining- 26 Ibs. in weight." Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny Folks Combination, writes: ' After a thorough trial and convincing evidences, I am confident Dr. King's New Disco very for Consumption, beats 'em all, -and cures when everything; else fails. The greatest kindness 1 can do my many thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bottles at B. F. Keesling's Drug Storc=— Regular sizes 5oc. and $1.00. tolO DH. J. MIIXER & SONS—Gents: I can speak in the highest praise of your Vegetable Expectorant. I was told by my physician that I should never be better; my case was very alarming- I had a hard cough, difficulty in breathing, and had been spitting blood at times for six weeks. I commenced using the Expectorant and got immediate relief in breathing. I soon began to get better, and in a short time I was entirely cured, and I now think my lungs are |sound.—Mrs. A. E- Turner. dec7d&wGin Randolph, Mass. For Sale. The two' farms formerly owned by Robert McMillen, - deceased, situated in Noble township, the' one. one mile and the other tvyo 'miles northwest of Logansport. Terms reasonable. For particulars inquire of R. M. McMillen on the premises. ". R. M. McMlLLEK, W. S. STE-VTART, Executors. febld-ltltaw For Sale »t a Bargain. For sale or trade for property of less value, the large brick residence property. No. 48 Spear street. If not disposed of by. March 1, 1891, it will be for rent at $800 per year Inquire of Wro.' Shanahan, 408 Broad way, or address me at Sandiisky,. Ohio. feb6d5t , .- F. PICKERING. To Nervous Debilitated Men. If you will send us your address, we will mall you our Illustrated pampbelet explaining all «b«ut Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belt and Appliances, and thelrcharmlng effects upon the nervous debilitated system, and how they will qotcklr restore you to vigor and:manhood.; Pamphlet- free If you are thus afflicted, we .will send you » belt and appliances'on trail, . VOLTAIC BELT Co., feb7d-wly Marshall, Mich. Wanted, at Once. Four salesmen, light 'work. Big pay and steady employment. Inquire at North Street House, No. 519 North street, from 11:30 to 2 V and 5to 9 p. m. feblOdeodSt .' ' I CURE RUPTURE DR. HORHE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES' Have Cored lO,OOn Kupturo* In 15 Tvmn. ,i "I suffered with » double rupture 6 yearn. Tour EMe- trlc Truw cured me In 3Vt mouths. 3. 0. 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