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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 12, 1895
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m fcl IT STOPPED THE FITS AntLXoSigri ot Them Ever Ke- turned. Wliat a, Bright ami Ori<jiii,il.Wo- niaii Succeeded in I>oinj,'. aro Terrible Tilings Cut There is One Sure Way to Conquer •*' ''' Every tiitio it child has a fit it . i takea a ft-nrfu! stride towards tlio ; grave. They sap tho very life's '• blood and (Im^r from t'ie wasted uer- • Yes the foundation of lify itself. The wllolo nervous fiysioui in affected, and tin.' iierVB.OL'iitri.-s are fearfully : ; weakened. . Ifisjuss here that the peculiar • and wondt-rfu! aoiion of Dr. Green's '. Nervur.-i. blood and norve rntuedy is ' "so strongly soeu. Tlie disease simply cannot re-hist it. Tho vory firdt dose often prod aces a change for .- the better, and that minuto the r>er- vous symptom/i grow \an, The child who has fits, St. Vit.ua 1 danco, or other norvou* diseases, generally ims poor blood, Right here again couie in those virtues whieh bave made Dr. Greene's Ner- vura blood and nerve remedy indis- . pensable to the sink. It makes the blood rich, pure acd of vigorous cir- eulation. Mrs. J. LearmODt.il, of 770 Broadway. South Boston, Mass., who had employed phy»ician8 unsuccessfully, finally determined to give her child Dr. Greene't) Nervura blood and nerve remedy. "At tea years of ago." said Mrs. Learruonth, " my daughter became •Jlecterl with a nervous condition whloh soon developed Into St. Visas' dance. It was pronounoed by the attending physician to be a very gevere attack. The mouth would be drawn spab" inodioally far to o»e side, tbe hands and arms wore resiless and constantly twitching. Her limbs also were •weak; htr ankles b«nt under her so that it was almost impossible to walk. FACTS ABOUT PEARLS. CORA LKAltJIOXTII. She was so nervous that she would soream almo J t like a maniac and tben have (its of eryinp. After two months' treatment without a cure, I ', concluded to try Dr. Greene's Ner- vura blood and nerve remedy. Three bottles entirely cured her. . She Is now thirteen years old and has been well ever since, and today Is a picture of health." Fitn will never stop themselves. Remember that. The one sure way to permanently cured them is to use|Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. It quickly and completely cures St. Vitus' dance, epilepsy, hysteria, and all manner of nervous spasm? and convulsions as well as that nervous irritability which often results in fits. If yo.ur Infants or ohildrens aro restless or sleepless, ory out, or grit their teeth at nights. they are in great danger of nervous troubles. Give them Dr. Greene's Nervura blood aud nerve remedy. It will make them jtrong and welLThl» remedy is purely vegetable and perfectly harmless for children of any ajfe. It is the discovery of Dr. Greene ofS5 West Hth strest. New York .City, the most successful tpeoialist in curing nervous and chronic diseases. He can be consulted free, . personally or by letter. Use hfs great remedy and consult him at any time. Wlwt Tli«j ATB mud Haw TheT Are Obtained—A Trick of tb* Clilneia. Nearly all of the molluscous animals that are aquatic and reside in shells, are provided with a fluid secretion, which they mako use of to line their shell homes and thus give to the hard substance of which tho shell is formed, a smooth surface that can in no v>-ay irritate the very tender body of the animal. The oiact nature of this secretion has never been satisfactorily- determined, but it is evidently deposited in thin, semi-transparent films, which overlie each other irregularly, and to this peculiar arrangement of the films is attributed the irridesccnt lusicr of pearl. In some species, this pearly lining- is quite thick and is used for making- many beautiful and useful articles. The material is called mother of pearl by dealers and nacre by zoologists, Frequently, when the shells are opened, detached parts of the n;icre aro found. These loose orbs are thought to be the rusult of accidental causes. A grain of sand or other substance, for I example, may in some way jet into the shell and irritate the tender body of the occupant until, in sclf-tlcfonse, it covers the intruding-particle with nacre. As the secretion goes on regularly to supply the \vcar and growth of the shell, the foreign body constantly receives its full share, aud thus increases in size until it becomes a pearl. The Chinese very cleverly make use of their knowledge of this fsict to compel one species of fresh-water mussel, uuio hyria, to produce pearls. They keep the unios in tanks and insert little spherical pieces of mother of pearl 1 or small leaden shot between the shell and the mantle of tho animal; these regularly receive tbeir coating-s of the nacreous secretion, and after a time they look like pearls formed under ordinary circumstances. In many of Our museums small pearl images of Buddha are to be seen, and are considered great curiosities. The Chinese obtain these images by imposing on tho much-abused unios. They, insert small images of the Buddha, stamped out of metal, and leave them in tho nhell until they aro thickly coated with nacre. The formation of pearls seems to havo been a great puzzle to the ancients. Pliny and Discorides mention the very pretty belief that they were drop* of dew or rain, which fell into the shells •when opened by the animal, and were then changed into pearls by some power of the owners of tho shell homes. The most famous pearls aro those from the east. From very early times tho coast of Ceylon has beeu the ohief locality for pearl fishing; now, however, pearls of nearly the same quality are found in Panama, St. Margarita, in tho ^Vest Indies, tho Bahrein islands, the Coromandel coast, and in other places. ' When the pearl divers have obtained a boatload of tho pearl oysters they retur.u to tho shore and there pile the precious cargo to die and purify so that the pearls may bo easily found. When tho occupants of the shells are sufficiently decomposed the washing process begins, and the loose pearls, which are always tho most valuable, are carefully watched for. Tho largo pearls of good color and form arc tho best; tho smaller ones aro sorted into sizes, the very smallest boing: known as "seed pearls." If any pearls are found attached to the shells the3 T are handed over to the clippers, who with pinchers or hammers skillfully detach them. Such pearls are, as a rule, used for setting, while tho loose pearls are drilled and strung and are used in many wa3~s. Tho method employed to hold tho pearls while tho workmen drill round and polish thorn is very singular. A number of holes of small depth are made in ft dry piece of wood, and in these the pearls are fitted so that they are only partly beneath tho surface of tho wood, then the wood is placed in water. As it soaks up the water and swells tho pearls become securely fixed and are then worked upon.—N. Y. Mail and Exnress- NEW LAMP SHADES MEANS TEOTJBLE. If American Citizen Was Exiled from Hawaii Without Trial, Six Other Rebels Sentenced to Death and Others to Life Imprisonment for Treason. or urunu •rrnnKT.xtoika ue»a. Quo., Feb. 11.— A cablegram Uusbeeu received hweannou.ncirjjr the death iu, London of G. B. Bon ton, secretary of the Griind Trunk Railway company for the past tvrenty years, ' Died from Alcoholism. A3i»:EJWO-V, Ind., Fob. 11.— J. D. Sulli- Tan, O- Pittsburjf, was found dead in a : . Tooin at a hotel here Monday morning. It In believed he died from alcoholism ft&d exposure otl uovurnoujut .oirector. ~— WASHINGTON-; Feb. 11.— The president Monday appointed J. XeJson IT. Pat; rick, of Ozaaha, >Teb., government di. rector of the Uniou Pacific railroad. eat Cotton 9laaufacture>r l>ead. LOXDOX, Feb. 11.—Hilton Greaves, 'the largest cotton manufacturer in the • world, died at Oldham Monday from cancer. .Edward Powell -was drowned while /skating' at Ovvensboro, Ky. Are of Paper And Are Purtloularly Stiff and Hldeoufl In Effect. The latest lamp shades make a departure, even more absurd than that which has pone before. They are of paper. They aro stiff and uncompromising. They show no softening- tints, and their one claim to popularity lies in their having 1 portraits, or presumable portraits, of celebrated beauties painted at intervals on the cream-white paper of which they .ire made. Whether they are to be a success cannot yet be predicted. The crepe paper at least tempers the light. One may look upon it askance as an all too probable cause of firs, or may feel keenly its general tawdriness amd in- appropriatcuess to the use demanded of it, but in spite of all the light is pleasant. These portrait shades are neither graceful nor of any service, so far as one can judg-e. They are merely the fad, and as the fad are g-iven a certain place. Globes of porcelain and tinted jfloss are coming 1 more and more 'to the front, and are graceful in the extreme. If only makers and dealers would heed the fact that the shape and dimensions of the ordinary shade are such .as to make satisfactory lifrhting- impossible, we might see even better thinjfs. There is no reason, BO far as the lookur-on can see, why the shade should not be deeper and the tripod or ring be placed several inches lower down, so that the eyes could be protected from (flare. Were this done all lamps would be improved, and we might have absence of glare at the same time that we secure artistic effects. Porcelain may be severe, as it is often declared to be, but it is dignified and satisfactory. These .latest cariosities, which resemble a drum in shape and are inflexibly hard and ungraceful, neither improve the light nor add to the "prettiness" of the room.—X Y. World. ... „ WASITI.VCTON, Fel). ll.—The reported exile of Americans from Hawaii, without trial, if substantiated, promises to bring- matters between the administration .ind tliu new republic to an nouti» staffc. The dispatches giving- a statement of Cranston's btinishirr:;' were corroborated officially at the t,-.. •» department Monday morning- by :'io receipt o' the following telegram fi-.-ia "W. F. Peterson. United States co:i:.'.;l at Vancouver, datL-d Sunday: "British steamship .Warrlmoo arrived llon- duy, huvintf on bo:ird J. Cranston, destituta cltlzon of United Stales, banished from Honolulu, wltlioui trial." \Y111 Demand 1'rojnpt 4t«*ilrotli:i. It is understood at the state department -that Cranstou has been given an asylum at the consulate until this government take up the case. Although no oiflcial statement as to Secretary Groshunys action can yo1 bo obtained, there are reasons to be lieve that prompt redress will be demanded under article 8 of the trcatj between tho United States and the Ha- waiin islands, concluded in 1S4?1, s.tU! in force, which prevents summary action similar to that reported in Cranston's case. No dispatch has been received from Minister \Villis regarding- the affair, but officials have no doubt that he communicated by the Warriinoo, and that letters will be received from him within the next five days which were brought by that steamer. Ho may also have written Consul Peterson to telegraph the department of state, in which case it ought to be received in Washington Friday. >"ew» Broucht by the Warrimoo. VICTOKIA, B. C., Feb. 11. -The steamer Warrimoo arrived here Saturday night from Honolulu, bringing news of happenings there np to February 2, On board the Warrimoo were three men who have been exiled by the Hawaiian government for participation in the recent rebellion. They are J. Cranston, A-. Muller and J. B. Johnston. Mr. Cranston, upon arrival here sent for the- American consul. He intends placing 1 his case In the hands of the American authorities and will seek redress for the expulsion of Mulh'.r, Johnston and himself. The government expelled Cranston and Muller on charges of conspiracy to use dynamite, and Johnston, who was a special police officer, with turning traitor. Cranston and Muller, it is said, were to blow up Central church on the night the rebellion broke out. Of the three exiles Johnston is a British subject, Cranston an American and Muller a German, They say they do not know what they were arrested for, •were given no trial, were kept confined without any chance of communication, and did not know they were to leave until taken aboard the Warrimoo. l,llluol;i»l;ii)l'rt Tdnl. The trial of the ex-queen has probably already occurred. The charges and specifications were served upon her on January 3J, and the trial was set for the following week. Her own diary, found at Washing-ton palace, will be put in as important evidence ag-ainst her. The impression is general that she will plead guilty, but that notwithstanding a full trial will be held. There is no doubt but that the executive will extend to the ex-queen tho utmost clemency consistent with the public safety. Chnrgod with Trcuon. Liliuokalani is charged with treason. The charge reads: "1. Treason, by enpaBlnff In open rebellion against tha republic of Hmvuil; by attempting by force of, arms to overthrow and destroy the same and by levying wiir against the same, and by adhering to the enemies of the republic ot Han-all, Riving tuom nld imd comfort wlthlu the Hawaiian Islands and elsewhere. "£. Treason, by aldini?, nbettlm?, procuring; counseling, inciting, countenancing and encouraging,' others to commit treason and to engage In open rebolllou against the republic of Hawaii and to attempt by force of arms to overthrow :b'e siimc, and to udherc to the ono- icles of the republic of Hawaii In pivinff them aid and comfort in tuts Hawaiian Islands and elsewhere." Ol'linllufn O r tho Military Comnjlmion. The military commission has brought in findings in twenty-four cases. Two were acquitted. The others were found g-uilty and sentences were fixed by the commission subject to review by President Dole. The sentences vary from death to imprisonment for five years with fines. The lowest sentence for treason by the Hawaiian statute is imprisonment for five years and a fine of not less than 85,000. London to Bo Hanged. The six leaders were :vll sentenced to be hanged. They are: Charles T. Gulick, William H. Rickard, William T. Seward, Eobert YV". Wileox, Samuel Nowlein and Henry Bertelman. Sentence in the last two cases will be commuted as both men have furnished valuable evidence for the government. Gulick was born in this country Eickard ij an Lillie 3Tay EenOcy Born a Genius Cissase Threatens to Cut Short a Noble Career But Hood's Carcaparil'a Restores Cood Hearth. Lllllo May Betnley 1> an accomplished eloon- tionlst and natural born speaker of only 12 years ot »g«. She la the only child temporaries lecturer before the public. Her genius, however, did not exempt her from au attack of a dljcait of tho blood. Her own words best tell the Itoryi "C. I. Hood& Co., LoivolJ, Mas§.: " I heartily join with the mauy thousand! that arc recommending Hood's Sarsaparllla. I had been troubled from infancy with gathering* In the head. 1 was compelled to leave school upon the doctor's advlco. He thought It was UioonlT tiling to save my life, but I ' Continued to Crow Worse. Iwas persuaded duallybyafrlendtotryHood'* Sarsaparilla. Tlio use of oni bottl* Acted of- Hood's"/"* Cures (actively upon ths blood and I begin to Improro. jLIter the use of thre* bottlei th« gathering •eased and I am cured of my form«r trouble. I owe my Hie and will always remain »true friend to Hood's Sarsa^arllla." Lima MAY BBNT- tir, Shelbyvlllo, Indiana. Get HOOD'S. RED CROSS IN JAPAN. Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and •fflcloutly, on Ui» liver and bow*!*. £5*. Englishman and Wilcox is a Hawaiian. The only one of the four who is entitled to the protection of the United States is William T. Seward. As yet nodate has been set for the executions; IVIay BA Spared. It is the general belief that no capital punisment will be meted out to the condemned rebels, the first hot feeling- of resentment against the disturbers having- passed away and given place to one of mercy aud moderation. Tlirautrli ttiu loo. LANCASTER, Pa., Feb. 11.—With tho thermometer hovering near zero tho Baptist Kiver Brethren or Dnnkards cut a hole in the ice in Conestog-a creek at Earlville aud baptized Miss roff and Miss Lizzie Stump, of Uare- villc. Mi» Uoocker Ylaltn Oiborue. LOXDON, Feb. 11.— Miss Anna- Boocker, the .only woman saved from, the Elbe, was received at Osborne Monday naorning- by ex-Empress Frederick, who conversed with the young 1 woman for some time. Dlfttrcsu Anicng Miner*. COLUJU3D8, 0., Feb. 11.—Distress in the mining 1 regions of Ohio is said to be increasing, and hundreds of men, women and children are threatened with starvation. That GoT«rnnicQt llu Signed th« Q«n«Tm Compact Bat China Xercr Haa, Some forty g-overnm.-nts in all arc bound together by the compact known as the red cross or the international convention of Geneva of 1S64. The one word neutral signifies the whole essence "of this treaty; it defines the condition of aD sick and wounded soldiers, all surgeons, nurses and attendants, all hospitals, ambulances, and other appliances, while they display the red cross arm badge or flag duly authorized and inscribed by the military power of the army to which they nre attached; and furthermore, all inhabitants of a country in the vicinity of where the battle is raging, as well as their 'buildings, ;irc sacredly regarded as ncutra] while they nre administering to the wants of the wounded anJ cUxvblcd, or "cciag employed for hospital purposes. Wounded soldiers falling into the enemy's hatius nre neutral, and must bo sent to the frontier for delivery to their own array as soon as possible, provided, of course, that the country to which they belong is aa adhcrunt to the red cross treaty. By applying the foregoing principles One will readily grasp the idea why Japan is doing such effective a.nd commendable work as a bumanitnriuu nation. She is carryiftjj out to tho letter, according to Carper's Weekly, the spirit and tho obligations of the Geneva red cross treaty, to which she gave her adhesion in- 1SSO, while her emperor stands at the head of her civil red cross society. In six great wars tho red cross has been conspicuous. Written history records the beneficent work it has dona, but only unwritten history can relate the prevention of untold misery and suffering on every field. In tho present war Japfln, as a red cross nation, meets difficulties and dangers unknown in any former war where the rod cross has worked, from the fact that her ewemy, China, is not a nation signatory to the treaty of Geneva, hence humanity Is shown on one sido in the treatment of sick and wounded, while inhumanity runs riot on the other. LONDON'S BURGLARS. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and ir-ida to personal enjoyment when rightly used. Tho many, who live bct^ '.€r than others and enjoy life more, with 'ess expenditure, L^ more promptly idaptins? the world's best products to :Lo ueeds of plivsic.il being, will attest .he value to health of the"pure liquid '.;-vX;itive ^principles embraced m "the ^.iincdy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting .n the form most acceptable and pleos- ,mt to thp taste, the refreshiugand truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax- liive; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds," headaches and "fevers irui permanently curing constipation, [t has given satisfaction to millions and net with»tho approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid- aeys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from. ^very objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists in 50c aud $1 bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, ind being well inforsied, yon will not accept any substitute if o&itoA, TEE MARKETS. 1'roviuionv, Ktc. CHICAGO, Feb. 11. — Dull and unchanged. Quotable: Winter— Patents. }B.503i(ij; etralphts, SiKJJ 2.50: clears. Si. 15 o2.30; seconds. $1.'M&LW)'. low grauos, Jl.00jjl.85. Spring— Patents, l?3.0oa 3.50: straiiflits, $±102^',75: takers', $I.SSSiS.i5: low grades. Jl.7Sei.SO; Bed Dog, Sl.03tfl.73; Eyo, K.30es.6;. WHEAT— Mo lerate trading and lower. Xo. 2 casb, 50;'j;i651J,j; February, DOJIffiEOJic; May, Cons— Moderately nctivo and weaker. No. 3 and No. 3 Yellow, i^o under May; Xo. 3, 400, and No. 3 Yol'.ow, JOWc; May, •M-Jiffi-U^ic; July, •MXsJ-l^o; September. M%QrU;ic. OATS— Fair trading a^d easier. Cash, No. 2, 28S&2SWO; May. 2i3i<aiBo. Samples lower; supply fair. No. 3. 293130;; No. 3 White, No. 2, £3W(32>c; No. a Wlitte, 32Q No. 2 la May de- RrK—In fair demand and firm, store, Sic. Sample lots, 52®52|£c; livery, 53o. BARLEY—A shade weaker; more on sale. Common to good No. 4, 48i&4c; No. 3, WiSSSo, and No. 2, 3tJ^50^o. MESS POBK—Trading was moderately active. Prices lower. Quouitlonu ranjrod at 19.7339.87tf for cash regular; $9.70^19.85 for February, and J9.85^(aiJ.07H for May. LAliD—Kathcr active and lower. Quotations raneed at 46.42y,3iG.50 for cash; $0.4030.60 for February, and $8.50adi)iH for May. LIVE POUT/THY—Per pound: Turkeys, 8a"o; Chickens, "S7^o; Ducks, 8^0o; Geeso. per dozen, 53.00245.50. BUTl'EIl—Creamsry, 12323c: dalrj'. 8320o; Packing Stock, V^9o. ^ OILS—Headlight, 175 tost, 9c; Gasoline, 87 deg's, lOc; 74 deg's. 8c; Naphtha, 83 des's, 7c, LIQUORS—Whisky tiuoteJ steady at tl.22 per palloa for hlghvlnes. What Thoy DM I.»»t Your and the Fenal- tlei They Paid. According- to. the Annual report of tho commissioner of police the statistics for the past 3 - car record 509 cases of burglary in tho metropolis, as compared with 637 iu 1S02, Notwithstanding this marked decrease In tho number - of these offenses, the convictions obtained were 147, as ag-ainst 143 in the previous 3 - ear. In three cases, says tha Westminster Budget, the crime was accompanied by acts of violence ag-ainst tho person. In eight cases only did tho value of the property stolen exceed. £100. The net total loss of property by burglaries, estimated by the owners, was £3,210, as compared with £-1,01(5 iu 1S02. The cases of houscbreukiDS' numbered 1,343, being- 23 more than in 1S02. In none of these was an3'.-ictof violence against the person reported. The net total loss was £13,303, as compared with £10,070 in tho preceding year. In 79 of these cases the criminals found no property which they thought worth carrying-away. In 115 cases the property stolen was valued by the owners at less than £1, and in 41 cases only did the loss exeeed £50. The vast majority of these crimes are committed to the prejudice of tho poorer classes of the metropolis, at whose expense g-a.ng-s of professional thieves liibitually maintain themselves in idleness by a life of crime. Convictions were obtained in 100 cases, but in 21 cases only were sentences of penal servitude awarded, and these, with four exceptions, were for terms of from three to live }'ears; the exceptions were one sentence of ten years, one of tight years and two of six years. The 147 convictions for burglary were followed by sentences of penal servitude in only S7 cases, a.nd of these there were but six instances in whieh the term awarded exceeded five years. The maximum sentenpe of ten years was imposed in three instances. i Him* ™ (OLIVIA PAP CALENPAR A Desk Calendar is a necessity — most convenient kind ot storehouse (or memoranda. The Columbia Desk Calendar is brightest and handsomest of all—-full of dainty silhouettes and pen sketches and entertaining thoughts on outdoor exercise and sport. Occasionally reminds you of the superb quality of Columbia Bicycles and of your need of one. You won't object to thnt, of course. The Calendar will be mailed for five 2-cent stamps. AddrcM C«1end»r Department, ' POPE MFC, co., ; 1 Mention Uil» paper. Hertford, Conn. Mil Mill It IIIII11IH4 Cures Rising Breast -MOTHERS' ^4. FRIEND" . . . Is the greatest blessing ever oner«d child-bearing -woman. I have .been & midwife lor many years, aud in each case where "MOTHERS' FRIEND™ was used It accomplished wonders and relieved much suffering. It IB tie best remedy for 1 rising ot th« Breast Itaown, and worth Ute ! price for that alone. : lira. M. M. BBEWSTCB, i • Montgomery, Al». i S*h* by EtJireM or mull, on receipt ot prfc*, , •1 ?er bottle. , Sold br «it DruttUU. Book " To llolhtn-milled m*. I BRADfTELD RTQULAIOR CO.. ilUVU. «*.' NEW YO»K, Feb. 11 FLOUH— State und Westorn qulot, steady. WHEAT— No. 2 rod dull, lower. Morca. 57HO 67V4c; May, 58%<5£S ll-]flc, July, Coils— >To. 2 dull, easier. May, July, 43a<&''3 :3-l(5c: No. 2, 48#<2*>;<o. OATS— Xo, 2. dull, easy; May, ,13533^0; state. W^lc; western, S4Q41C. BEEF— Quiot. Extra mess, J7.2537.7J; family t9.75S12.00. POHK— Dull, steady. Mess. 81I.25ai2.00: LABD— Quiet, steady; Steam-rendered, $6.8i BT^TTEB— Firm: moderate receipts. Western dairy. lOtfWSc: do. creamery, 16226c; do, factory, £®14o; rolls, -OI-<c; Elgins, 88c: imitation creamery. 10&13c; held creamery, 31&I90. CHEESE — Moderate jobbing demand. Fancy firm. State large, 9311k"o: do. fancy colored. HJio; do. white, lOXQllc; small. eSSIlJio; part sklma, 3@8c; fuU do., 11-^anijo. EGG3— Quiet, weaker. "Western, S3o; limed, The chief fnnction of the kldnejs Is to s«pa- rale from the blood la Its passage tbroogli them, of certain Impurities and watery particles which make their final exist tbrough the bladder. Tlie retention ot those, In co'igequeticp oflnactlvlty ot thekldueys. Is productive of Brlebt's dlswse, dropsy, Diabetes, albumlnoria and oilier maladlei wltu a fatal tendejcj. Hostetter 1 !! Stomach Bitters, a bltsbly sanctioned diuretic a- d blood dcpur- en t. Impels the kidneys when Inactive to renew their sifting function, and strain from t'je Tllal current, Impurities which Infeit It and thrwitea their own existence HI organs of the body. Catarrh tf tbe bladder, gravel nod retention of (he urine are also maladies arrested or averted by this benign promoter and restorative of organic action. Malaria, rheumatism, constipation, Biliousness, ind dyspepsia also yield to the Bitters, which Is also spaedllr beneDclal to the weak and nervous. __ No medicine was overglvo such a severe lest of Its curative qualities aa Olio's Cure. We are distributing sample bottles free of charge to those aflHcted with cooeuniption, asthma, couphs, colds, pneumonia, croup, aci all diaoaFcs of tbe tbroat and Jungs, giving you tbe proof that Otto's Cure will cure you. Don't delay, but get a , bottle of UH today and commence the use of this great guaranteed remedy. Sold only by Ben Fie her, druegiei, sole agent. Samples free. Large bottlee 50 cents. FHIi, Their Uir ud Almie. Pille are by far the best cathartic to uee, but you must not abuse their HJ6 by habitually depocdlng on them for daily etools, If jou will use Rineb&rt's Pills you will find them to regulate the bowel* and afford regular and free daily stools, by an occasional doee of ODO pill. Sold by B. F. ling and Keystone druff store. stock. CirtCACO. Feb. 1L HOGS— Market slow and feeling weak. Prices 3SS30c lower. Sales ranged at 12.80 ® affi for pigs; {3.65 Q, 400 for light: 13.75 #3.90 .for. rough, packing; JS.803-UO for mixed, and ta 93^4. 23 for heavy pacldng and •hipping lou.' CAXXUC — Market rather dull The feeling was i itrong and best grades a ' trifio higher. Quotations ranged at I5i0035.65 for choice to extra shipping Steers; I4.40&4.90 for good to choice do.: f L002455 for fair to rood; H4OJ1BI) for-commoa to medium do.: ti'lO® 3.80 for Butchers' Steers: t2.20S2.BO for Stock- era; J2.S033.IB for Feeders; tl»3i8J for Cows; V2.703S.e5. tor Heifers: t£.»Ja3-7S for Boll*; $2. 75 34. U for Tolas Steert. and |2-00a UpforVealCalvei , tilt LJpl »»d JlKkfd ChMki Are a sure sifn of stomach worms in children, and If not removed the evtnptomg are more aUrn)i»g- by frightful itreams, nerrousness aid epasms. The best remedy to use i» Bineharfs Worm Lozenges. Thef always remore all kinds of worms and the; worm oest. Sold by B. F. Eees- ling and Keystone drug store. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. When B«trT wmt tide, wu f*n bee Chaterta, Wbtn nbe WM a Cbfld. she cried for Cutoff*. Wbeo «ne became HOT, *bs chmy to Ouuffc, m» «He n*d ChBdnn. (he J»T» them OMtorik. If your child hai pale Upt or 1» fretful, girt, Rtneh*rt'« Worm Loz3n> get. Sold' by B. F. Keeallnf and Keyiione drugitore.- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. If you lack strength, with no appetite, take Rinehart's Pills. One a dose. Sold by B. F. Keeallcg and Keyston* drug store. Children Cry fot Pitcher's Pss^oria. A Bright Llckt Uitti For all those wbo bar* been wearing out iheir 11 res from tbe effect* of «js- pepsia, lirer complaint. Indigestion, etc. We guarantee Eicon's Celery Clnf for tbe nerres to cure you, U you will call at our store, Ben Fisher; druggist, we will gladly giro you a package free of cbarge.of this Infallible herbal health restorer. Bacon's Celery King lor the nerres cures OOS« tireness, nerrousness, sleeplessneii aod all dl«eases arising from derangement of tbe stomach, llrer and kidney*. Samples free. Large sizes 50c. at Ben Fisher's drug store, sole agaat.;;. -. f ,., j ..^ f ., •.. • • .- .. • • '';'.>• •_ ''.-.;'':^.-:;'.^j^|

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