Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 21, 1895 · Page 2
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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, February 21, 1895
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OUR OF YOOR WANTS In Considering Your Needs do Not Forget Tills. If You do You Will Make a Ser- ioiia Mistake at This Season. of Deep and Peculiar Interest JuutNow. _ There are many needs during the •pring months, but none more nec- egearyor urgent than tho use of a spring medicine. The blood requires It, and the nerves, liver, kidneys and bowel* must have it if you desire 10 keep strong and vigorous, and maintain yonr good health. Those who are weak, tired and nervous must Uko it. and those who do not feel jut,t right should do so or serious 111 health may follow. Mrs. 0. L. French, of HarcU'ick, Vt., can tt-11 vou out of her own experience just what, to do. "Tlireo years «KO," she says, "I was completely prostrated from nervous tronbk'. 1 could wot do anything. 1 was confined to my bed much of tho time, and was unable to attend to my business for three months, I had trouble with my Btoiuaisli, my food distressing me constantly. I could iiot sleep for uiy whole nervous system was prostrated. My trouble" was brought on by overwork and loss of slui-p. After taking many remedies without avail, '1 commenced to use Dr. Greene's Ner- vura blood and nerve remedy and fount! instant benefit from its use. I eontiuuod.it until now, when I «ansuy that I w-ui as well as I ever was. I certainly Ilhirik this is the best medicine 1 ever know of. I consider it a great thing to say, that froui so severe case as mine, to be restored.to perfect health in so short A time is something quite unusual. I heartily recommend Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy to all, and wish every poor suffering person might use it. It is impossible to express the Rood whioh this wonderful medicine is do- Ing for suffering humanity. It Strengthens the nerves, invigorates the blood, regulates tho action of stornaob, liver, bowel* and kidneys, and cures diseases. Try it in your own case, and see how rapidly it given back your health and strength It is the best of all spring medicines. Why waste time In trying uncertain and untried remedies, when hero is a physician's prescription, a discovery made by the greatest Hv Ing specialist in curing nervous and chronic discuses, Dr. Greene," of 35 West 14th street, Now York City. If yon take this medicine you can con- oiiler yourself uudi-r Dr. Greene's direct y>rofft:sional cure, and you oan consult him, or write to him about your ease, freely and without, chun,-r\ This is a -,'iiarnntee that this rvim-dy will eurc, possessed by by no other medicine in the world. ' TRAILING THE MOOSE. A Tout Whl.-li Only tin- M»it MvlUful Hunt- cm C:»!l Afl'OMIpll.Hll. The trail of a moose, leading sometimes for miles io^-ei.lier t.ln-ou.-rh a network of fallen ileUrN. '.lie labor of fol- .lo\vhi£ him, and to do .so climbing-over and under the innumerable fallen lojrs and interliiciujr branches, may be more easily imagined than described. Ilow"ever"weary the hunter may be, he must never for ono instant relax his caution, and in those largo silesit woods never, if possible, break a stick-. ' The moose has HU intensely acute sense of hearing and smelling: and as, of course, despite all his caution, when lumtiiigbcfore the snow has come, the hunter, although moccasin-clad, must break slicks sometimes, he fintis frequently, after working his way ou_the trail through one of these horrible woods, that on reaching the other side the"quarry has started oft across u mile of open prairie to seek the shelter of a similar cover on the other side. As the moose, even when undisturbed, is a tremendous walker, browsing on the low willows as he 'joes, there is no knowing when or where he will stop again. Tu'm-.rs boiug thus, it follows that the days when there is a high •wind are the best by far for hunting. Then in the er::s!ii:i7 of the falling branches and the rattling of the limbs of the tree^ tho wary brute, gets careless, :ni'! is easier of approach.—Ulaek- Au-.nsoJ Ih« Olil Man. Hcffi is a. story of a Washington girl. She is of a philanthropic turn of mi ad, and prevention of cruelty to animals is her hot>by. In walking along by Lafayette square she saw ;m object that excited her sympathies A folorn looking carthorse -had a piece of wide vellow ribbon tied between its ears, the ends (lapping over its eyes so that she was sun.' th« poor thing conlcl not sec anything at all. Stopping the cart, she motioned the old darky who was drivin-r to get down. The old man re- speol.fiilly obeyed. "This is absolute cruelty." she said ' Jmperativelv. "That, poor creature must bo ahnast wild with that rag flapping over his eye. Take it off. Tho poor thing can' see fit all." . - ••I/jr", miss." sy,id the old darky,"flat hoss been stone blind fo" many ayear!" —"\Vtishinsrton Posts ouvu-r sjivs .1 wnaJe may live 1,000 year*. ' An elephant is supposed to livo In some cases 400 years. GALLOWAY CATTLE. Bbort D«icrlptlon of One of the Molt j Noted Beet Breed*. | This breed derives its name from the province of Galloway in the southwestern portion of Scotland. It is one of the oldest races, and it is highly probable that it and the Aberdeen £ngus have a common ancestry, being descended from the polled variety of the original forest breed. The Galloways are coming more and more .to the front in Great Britain. They are in preat demand for crossing purposes, as the superior sweetness and juiciness of their beef is well recognized in the London market. A favorite cross is rr.i7.i-; GALLOWAY BULL. that of a Shorthorn bull and Galloway dam, in which early maturity is a great feature. The Galloways were first brought to this country about fifteen years -ago, since which time they have made their way steadily. Their hardiness adapts them to the"ranches of the west, and their case of acclimation crcats a demand for them in the south. In both places their ability to withstand variations in temperature has made them of ^reut service for crossin.q- with native races. Their skins are valuable for rolies-. The Gulloways are u polled or hornless breed, black in color, with a brownish tin^e in winter; skin thick, but soft and pliable, with Ion-,', silky hair with IL soft, thick coat of wool underneath; the heud short and wide between the eyci, which are large and prominent; mediiim-si/.ncl ears: short neck; breast wide; body long and round, with straight back and short, strong leffS. They are distinctly becf- growinp animals, are hardy, easily handled and excellent rustlers. They arc very prepotent, but do not mature early.—N. Y. World. PROFITABLE COWS. The Qunllty In r»r Slore Important Than tUe Quiintlty. It is the small number of good cows, well fed and carefully attended to, that bring- the most profit. Many farmers would do better with half the number of cows and expending on them the full amount of care. The point is to keep only the best and push them to their limit. To do this it is necessary to know not only how much milk and butter each cow produces, but also how much it costs to produce it. Feeding by R-uess work will not pay. Give each cow all she will eat and then calculate how much she turns into butter. If you are satisfied with the result, keep her; if not, get rid of her. Good food hns a great (leal to do with the end desired, but it will not create the temper- .-.inent of n. cow. nor make of her a g-oocl dairy animal, any more than it will ever make a good cow on*, of a .small milker, and tlu>re is no use wasting effort. It is calculated fiiit it. requires about I,",000,no;) cows to supply the demand 1Y-1- mill; anil its prodr.els in the United States, ar.il that, the univorxil use-of ihe Ui'.bci.H-k !e".t wonM result in f.U- 1iny i'.ir,vn the number ;vbimt ono- third, to the ;:Teut beuclil. of li"' fann- er, who is tho i'i-e injured by the "don't know" ln;:,;;;e: ; ..i. Keep an account with each cow, a:>l 1C she does not f,"ive you a f;:ir profit fa. it en her for beef cr sell her to some one else who is willing 1 to iro into a losing business. The requirements o£ a pood dairy cow are, briefly, a fair yearly production of milk and butter, a minimum amount o: feed to produce a given amount of butter, certain transmission, of milking- qualities to ofi'spring- and gentle-ness and longevity. These are the qualities for which the farmer must look and which require his constant care, not only to obtain but to retain. There is a wide range between good dairy cows and the average. Tho average cows iu the United States make 130 pounds of butter por year, while the good dairy cow yields from 330 to 400 pounds.—JS". Y. World. DAIRY SUGGESTIONS. AT the end of the 3'car- get rid of every cow that does not produce COO pounds of butter. WiiKNKVxr, you are trying a co\v that is in milk, examine the milk anil also milk the cow yourself before baying. DON'T try to economi/.e in the dairy by footling frosted or musty food. There is no economy i.-. it. for the butter will be injuriously a (footed. Y\"K do not luv.r fo much no\v of peiU- groe as we useil to. Not that-a buyer iloes not want an animal with a good pedigree, lie does. But ho must have individual merit with it. formerly pedigree alone sold the cow. IX these times when the cost of production needs to be brought down as low as possible, the time and trouble spentin investigating cows be fore buying them is most profitably spent. A poor cow is dear at any price. For. his own bem-fit the farmer should' feed his cows upon only the best feed, even if he lakes his milk to the creamery, for the better the, whole product the bettor the price and.the better able the creamery is to stand. THE temperature needs watching in winter, liuttcr is often spoiled by an imperfect temperature and the imperfect temperature sometimes results from the impression that in cold weather the milk will be all right anyhow.— Farmers' Voice.' April 20, Memorial day, is observed in. tho states of Alabama and Georgia. , . ,. .,.. L ,...»'&.„ SHOT HIMSELF. Neuralgia Drives Secretary of Russian Legation to Suicide. Bursting Gun at an Artillery Test in New Jersey Results in tho Death of Lieut. F. P. Peck, U. S. A. WASHINGTON', Feb. 20.—Mr. Bog-danoff first secretary of the Russian legation, shot himself'with a pistol Wednesday morning- at 10 o'clock in his sleeping- apartments and died instantly. The only cause that is assigned for tho deed is that he had suffered from neuralgia, since he came to Washing-ton a i.-K.alh ugo. Wednesday morning-.shortly Ve- t'orc 10 o'clock the maid at his lodgings visited his rooms and took his order for breakfast. Wiu-n she returned fifteen minutes later she- was astonished to find him dead, no noise having- been heard in the house in the meantime. From the circumstances, however, no doubt is entertained that the fatal shot was Bred by his own hand. Mr. Uogdanofl: was, •until recently, the Russian charge d'liftair.s at Rio de Janeiro, -Brazil, where he ably represented" his country during the revolution, lie was about -12 years old, and in addition to considerable private means had a handsome salarv on account of his position. He was ii. bachelor, his family consisting of brothers and sisters residing in Moscow. Ever since his arrival in Washington he has been afflicted with a severe form of neuralgia which he. attributed to the sudden elumge of the climate of Kio to that of Washington, which has lately been intensely cold. After the coroner's inquest, i'rince Ciintacuzeno, the Itu.shiim minister, took charge of the remains. Killed l>y il IJurstliilf Gun. SASDV HOOK, N. .T., Feb. 20.—Fre-, mont 1'. PUCK, first lieuten int of the ordnance corps, was almost instantly killed on the proving; grounds here Tuesday afternoon by the bursting of the breech of a ifotchklss gun. The test of a -1 7-10-inch llotchkiss rapid-firing gun was under WIM , and two rounds, with fixed ammunition, had been successfully fired by Lieut. Peck. When the third round was fired the breech of tho gun bursted, and fragments from it struck Lieut. Peck on the face and back, causing injuries which resulted in his death in a few minutes. Sergt. John Thorp was slightly injured in the leg, tut the others present, among whom were Capt. Frank Heath, the commanding officer of tho proving grounds, and Maj. Frank H. Phipps, the president of the ordnance board, escaped unhurt. Many had narrow escapes from serious injury, however, as fragments of the breech were sent in all directions, and. the breech-block, after striking several obstructions, lauded about 100 yards away to the rear. First Lieut. 'Fremont P. Peck", was a unlive of Xew York and entered the military academy at West P.iint on September 3, iSS-l, graduating- .'Inno'JU, IStiT. This is the first serious accident that has occurred on the proving grounds since ISS.s. On Octo- bi-r :,'! o£ that year .First Lieut. William M, Melealfe and I'l-ivate -K'seph King-, were kiMcd in nei.rly the same place l>.v the e.voiusiun of a 'i:.'-i:u:!i shell which was being 111 led foi- a ;e>t. Si-veral ot.her .-o'.diei's, were, badly injured in : iiis , : .\-jiK-.ii-m. IViviill'lil. .1!ill""< Nnliiiii:-.r-""i. \VASiirNuTD.S', I'i'h •.'O.-'Tiii; piv.-.ii!ent Wednesday "-'.Mit to tin-senate the following nominations: .loseph 1'. Herod, of Indiana, to be lirsV seerelary i>f lega- tinn in Japan. \Villia:u Crk-h;oii, of West Virginia, to be secretary "f legation in lirazil, I'nited States consuls: Frederick Ellsun. of Indiana, at Belize, British Honduras; William W. Masterson, of Kentucky, at Aden. Arabia; Samuel W. Thome, of Pennsylvania, at Asuncion, Paraguay. II. K. II. Opens mi lustitnti!. Loxnox, Feb. 20.—The prince of Wales formally opened the United Service " institute at noon Wednesday, lie was very hoarse and coughed frequently, in. his opening speech he lauded" the aim of tho institute, which is to instruct otlieers in military science. The building includes n banqueting house, fronting on Whitehall street, wl'iich was donated by the queen. Niimril .'.iiirc-.iri-t C.-Lrtui'. WASHINGTON. Feb. "0. — Minister Thurston's little daughter, born on liie iuit>ivursary of :hc dov, Jii'a',1 of the monarchy in the Hawaiian islands, has been named Margaret Carter, t-ie kilter in honor of Coiu;ui^ioi:er Lurter. who. gave his life in defense of his country during the recent upmi:ig. Emperor William to Aitriul » »nm-r:ii. LONDON, Feb. so.—A r>er!in <iispnteh to t!v: Central News says: K:uperor William will attend the funeral of the Austrian Archduke Albert, who died at Arco on Monday. Victory for Oitli'jHcs. TiEni.iX, Feb. 20.—The bill to _ repeal the anti-Jesuit law passed the reichsta'g Wednesday, amid cheers from the 'Catholic party. 1 Warning to, I Expeciant , S Muny Internal romcillca are txlncsJlKfojly 4 S» .in>i u-lil>l7 mlTurtiw-d, orotasslii;:to shPrtcn ^ fev Labor. I>ossea Tain* of C iild-birth, j. 5i;etc..:inil wiih in,n<i<rjiil\acmui»tcarymrtau ,~ "•tlau nii-iL-trutition- Common sense fhguld -•^ - -- tbaln i^~-/»,.n«j~i § prepirc" thp .-Vsipm for Cbtld-btnb; on^eg 5Scontrarr.iu.VnK7i remedies atthls Umemnje i\ Imporil'hcr life. VVc earnestly swrBE^vAKErt e«o pcr. possible good, and thelt-n« j mav pro-re fatal. His only HT porJluwntja-J TliliN JLL trcnunoat while encitntf, th n J relax- j Inc nnd-sottrainc- all the uarw. tSat the honr< ofCh i IU-b!rth is robbed ol' Mr, Geo, W. 5c7i.ul* Impure Blood Bolla, Pimples, Humors, Cured by Hood's. Thi lollowlng testimonial from Mr. C core* Tf. Bohulz,» printer at Newell,Iowa, li of special Interest as It tears directly upon tho blood- purifying qualities of Hood's Sarsaparllla: "For about two or tlireo years I was troubled with pimples or bolls on my face and body, Getting Worse and Worse I read about tho good Hood's SarsaparlUa WM dolnc and decided to try It, Shortly after I commenced takiiiK Hood's Sars:i]>arilla to my mat surprise ihe eruptions began to disappear. Vow 1 am free from them. 1 lijid at P,™^? 11 ? fljnes tliought that If I did not rid my blood of Hood's 8a ;> Cures •this impurity It might lead to scrofula or some other terriblo disease. I cheerfully recommend Hood's Sarsaparllla to all those who Deed > oloodpurifier.'' GKO.AV.ScnULZ.yewell, Iowa. Hood'9 Pills aro haad mido, and porJeol la proportion and »pflcanwc«. Z5c. > box. rruuiilcnC Kumuliis Tirni. TOKOXTO, Out., Fob. 20.—The -students' boycott still reigns supreme iu .Toronto university, and the; quintette of -Monday who deserted the .strikers have had no accession to their numbers. Efforts ;ire being made to have a compromise eitected, and professors and members of the university senate are urfring- President Loudou to try and effect a settlement. The president, however, has not signified his intention of adopting any such course. BIB Strlku of Jacket Maker*. SEW YORK, Fob. 20.—The piece work system, which caused the long strike of the United Garment Workers of America,is now responsible for a strike in the ranks of the K. of L. At 8:30 Wednesday 3,500 members of tho Childrens Jacket Makers' union, No.155, K. of L., went on strike and it is probable that 5,000 or 0,000 workers affiliated with them -will also go out. Twenty Tlioumiml Jturrcli » D»y. TOLEDO, 0., Feb. 20. — Kirkbride Bros., of this city, drilled in an oil well near Gibsonburg, Sandnsky county, that 'is good for ^0,000 barrels a day. With the exception of the Ivirkbridos- .Tones well, which came in good for 30,000 barrels, their latest producer is' llie biggest '.veil known lo (Jhio oil. meu. Tim 3IAKKKTS. iJu'oLiiiii'.'" Vi'i'iii.-v --'i-;it':'r.is. " ?.'.:«J"J ii5; str:Li;:U-:. «•:.:;••'..•>-»>: 1 ' 1 ;'"" s -, V' l: ' r ' -' :; ": M;0 " ^i'.-Hk--<. : I.T.V:; l.t'J; Uni; iiMil liii'lu'V. No. t,:oi;N — Moi.lorali: rriulinij am! fcriin;,' Unn. No. 'iaKil No. " Vi'llow. •IJ'-.u; No. :i. -lii'iTfrilc, i"i!ul No. n Vulluw. -lOvi.-ii-lli'ac: .V;iy, -Mviii HJie: July. -Ht!.-n\c. SiMH-L-Hiiwr. -i-l'.i'- M.'-«c. ' O'.VM— Fuir tnidiiKf iirnl h!;;her. Cash No. i, cSMft-S 1 .^: Miiy. ii!i";»2'J!4C. Sampk's liiRbcr: supply Tighter: UunianU f,-oo-l. No. :!, lit 1 /,® 2!>'.;e; No. 3 Willie. SOJifi.:!!!^-: No. ^, ^y,® 29 '/;c: N'o. :; White. 3 KYB— Market rather tiniec; theru w.15 less demand. No. - In store. 52i~!iiT>3c. Samplo lots, RS^-BS-lc: May delivery slow au 5;tc. KAULKY— Slow sale ;ntJ weak. Common Lo good No. -I. SOSSOc; No. 3. 53351;. and Xa i, about 54^;").^. MKSS POHK— Trudlnir was modonitely active. Prices -jlpH-er. Quotations ranircd nt 510.00JJ 10. 10 fur cilsli regular; JO. '.V)^. 1 0.10 for February. ami flO.laS10.23 tor May. L.AHI)— l-'nirly active and lower. Quotations ranjuil 111*1337^130. -iO for c:isli; jG.33.iiti.:iT:-i for February; *6-!7!.;<3G.6-;;-; for May LIVE Puci.THV— Per pound: Turkeys. 7r{JSj; Chickens. T!C-'j,Sc: Duclis. SufelOj; Geese, pur dozen. «:t.002,"(J.OO. BciTEU-Crulimcry. 12iSi3c: dairy. SS20o; Paoliinn Stocli. 7S'Jc- Oii-s— Ilc.-ulh;;l]t, 17.) lest, pc: Gasoline, 87_ det F 'K. !*': '•> OLV'S, :*>•; Nn.p'.)tli"a. C3 de^-'s, 7o. : LK)rorw— Whisky quoted Moarly at J1.-J2 per r. Tor hi^hxviiics. NK'V YOISIC. Feb. 2U Fl.orn— State r.»J westi'rc <It:!l. steady. V.'HKAT— No. -' red very dull, unchanged. March. ."io'.ic; May. :>7 7-li>0.'i7 :- -;r; July. 5&!;(B 5i : .(i'; I.Vc'.-:i!htf.-. Cl'ie. Canx — No. - I'.iii't. finricr. May. if'.i<& WI1-!';.-: .Iu!y. -IS 11-1 '"<•: Nu. -. •;?' i"!'.SD-. OATS- No. 2 -dull, steady. I'tbni.ir}'- S."''»c; il;.y. Uv.c: state. Mi-tl'-ie; MOICS-D. S4tj.)IS4c. BI-:EI - — Dull. K>:trj in?ss, ^.SJiyii-i. fua- lly. ;-.i?5?.l-.M. VoitK-Quiet, firm. Mc«s. ?!i.-J5- f iliOO. L A iti) _ Dull, nominal. .stt.-im rendered, •saw it BUTTint— Moderately atfliv;. Fancy, steady: Western <!.iiry, !".i'"ilSc: Elcins. Ste; Western crcuincry.'l5i23c: iniita.tloscrcair.orj-, 10S,lSc. CHEES'S — fairly active: fancy, Urm. State lar;;e. 9^©llc: do. fancy colored, !1!4'<3 114c: do. white. 10V?,llr; do. small, ft>i'il-C; part skiins. sjJSjic: full sklros. I'S.i^,- EGGS— Firm; fair deaiand. "'estera. We; Limed. CHICAGO, Feb. CO. Hoes — Market inoucrati'ly active nad feel- Jii^ -weaker. Prices 5;2.lOc lott'or.. Sale.-; ransed at'aOOS.193 for piss: :3.70i4.03 for !ii,-bt; jafO-.-aPj for roiich packicj: J3.ii3S-1.-0 for mixed, and H05&-1.35 for heavy packins aad shipping Jots. CATTLE — Market rather active- 1 Feeling strong and prices unchanged. Quotations ranged at ,55.0035.50 for choice to extra shipplns Steers; H4034.SO for pood to choice do.: 5-i.003J.50 for fair to sood; -<3t:fc>?M-00 for common to medium do.: t3.0»&lt» for Butchers' Steers: $2.25-7,3.15 for Stockers: tli3&3.SO for Feeders: Jl 30 iiSO for Co^vs; Ji70S3.Sj for Heifers; Si<W@4.00 • for Bulls: $Z.&&t.sS lor Texas Steers, and S123®5i50 for Teal Calves. SHORT SPECIALS. William Scott celebrated his 100th birthday Tuesday at Delphos, O. Plans have, "been accepted for a Phelps memorial gateway at Yale to cost S100.000. John Martin, a teamster near Faithhorn Junction, Wis., fell from his sleigh and was killed. Food and clothing- were distributed by the stato to 150 destitute families in Burnett county, Wis. Gen. John Lindsay Swift, who won distinction in the civil war, died at his home in JJostou, ap-ed 07 years Mallory & LHggblade. gvner.il mer chants at Alta, la., have assigned. Lia bilitius, $30,000; assets. 527,000. A resolution advising- the abolition of football was adopted at a meeting of the faculty of Harvard university. A plot to kidnap the eldest sou of George Gould from his home at ti.iko- .\vood, >*. .T-, was discovered ami frustrated. Keeeivers of whisky trust will bring suits against its officers to recover large, amounts secured through fraudulent contracts. Secretary Crcsham has returned thanks to the Mexican government for the exceptional hov.ors paid to Minister dray's memory. Tho carriage manufacturing establishment of MuLeai-it Kendall, of Wilmington, Del., one of i.he largest in the country, has been closed by the shcrilt. \Villiam W. Cro/.ier. of the firm of IT. S. Lansfair ,t Co., who committed suicide at HalUmo:\! a few week's ago. is found to have swindled three banks out of several thousand dollars. A dispatch from Nojrnlos, A. T..-says the cjuaraatine against Mexican cattle has been suspended unl.il March 10, to enable cattle buyers who have been buying cattle on the Sonora skte oC the line to get them into this country. TOO THEORETICAL, Xatlonnl EtluriitlomU ASROointlon Crltl- claeH ii Jl<-i>ovt ami ICxi-lt.rs Discussion. CLi:vKr.ASD,0.,Feb. 30.—At this morning-'s session of the National Educational association convention. YV. T. Harris, commissioner of education of the United States, read the. report of .the "committee of fifteen" on the "Correlation of Studies." The commissioner was crit- icised by several superintendents who engaged in the discussion that ensued. They said that the report was too theoretical and philosophical and was not what was expected by the association when the committee was formed. Mr. Harris defended the committee and its report, and the noon adjournment interrupted a lively discussion. __ Proclamation In Uc'curd to Fiir Se»)». WASIIIXOTOX, Feb. 20. — President Cleveland has issued his annual proclamation in regard to fur seals. Tho document, which is dated February 'IS, but 'was only "Wednesday made public, differs in no respect, except in date and signatures, from previous proclamations issued by the United States. Ovcrroiiclilnc Attorney lo (Jo" to .lull. XKW OUT.KANS, Feb. 20.—Ambrose Smith, a prominent lawyer, who was convicted of embex/.ling clients' money, was sentenced to three years in i.ho state, penitent.i.-iry Wednesday. City Councilman Duclonssal, convicted (if roceivin.',' l.n-iues, was iilso sunti'Uceii to three years. LEARNING BY SIGHT. KNOWLEDGE Brin^ comfort and improvement and v*nds "to personal enjoyment when .-ightly usea. The many, wuo Jive bct- tr than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, l>7 more promptly idaptinjr the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embiaced m uift remedy, Svrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting •;u the foroi most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative; effectually clennsiiig the system, dUpelling colds, headaches ftiid fevers .iid permanently curing constipation. h luvs eiven satisf:iccion to millions nnd net with *the approval of Hie medica, ^rufossion, because it acts on the Kitl- aevs, Liver and Bowels without we.ik- =ai;.ig them and it is perfectly free from '•very objectionable substance. ' Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug- •jstsiu 50cai.'d"Sl bottles, but it is man- •il'uctured by the California Fig byrup -.1o. only, whose name is printed on every ,.rtckace, also the name, Sy'.iip of tigs, iiid being well inforcied, yon will rv.». j.c.vpi any substitute if. J 11 III III 11IIII PAP CALENDAR Por * * » 1895 A Desk Calendar is a necessity — most convenient kind ol storehouse Sot memoranda. TheColumbi»0c»k Calendar is brightest and handsomest of all—lull ol dainty silhouettes and pen sketches and entertaining thoughts on outdoor exercise rind sport. Occasionally reminds you of the superb quality of Columbia Bicycles and of your need of one. You won't object to that, ol course. The Calendar will be mailed for five 2-ccnt stamps. Address Calendar Department, POPE MFG. CO., Mcnlloii thi» paper. ' Hartford, Conn. Tlio rSari'Hous V.'orlc o: «. Sloilcicr from "oinory. Da-nton. the celebrated caricaturist, had u wonderful power of modeling from memory. Af;erone long look at his Subject, he could go to his .studio and make u bust quite perfect in its resemblance. One day a young-man-came tQ.him, saying that his sister was ill and about to'dic, and that, although the family wished her bust modeled, the}' dared- not excite her by mentioning it. Would he undertake to reproduce her features after seeing- her once? Danton agreed, and next day the brother informed his sistc-r that bo intended to present her with some jewels : and that a young man would bring some speciraens for her approval. Danton brought in the jewels, and, going home, modeled a bust of striking resemblance. >"ext year an old gentleman, the father of the young woman, came to oixler a bust of the brother, who also had died. This, too, was a marvelous success. The resu'.tof such planning, however, was not uhvays as satisfactory to his pntrons as in these crises. A geirlleman who could not, persuade his wife to' sit asked Oaaton tu enter a cor;.ai:i omci- bus one Or.;.", and lix i;i his i.-craory the H-ntu'.v.-; of the lauy opposite lii::i. lie did so. modeled a byar.tifu! bu:;t, and sent it home. It prove; 1 ., however, to be, not the mi.strc.ss. but the maid, who had also taken the trip iu tho omnibus. An Ofcitnar'y. One o( ilio very best of raen: Xo duty <K<i in: sLIrn". Sper.i Cr.eea years- In cOT^-cr-s thea Camo hoic'e and wont to " ori:. oni-of tli" »rrh. In the edlSc« ol asakl! is vigor, which rn?ar.s not merely muicuUirenerKT.'bm an 3C tive dlsr.barH of. the v;irlooi function* of the body, such as dlzesiton. seeretlori of JbcUte, tiie action ol the bowels, the clrcala'Joa of :he Woad, .VoiSlns more actively and iSoroushlj contrlbules to the iiDlted performance <>' tliwe fmietloas th.in the renowne:! tonic and re^ilator. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters.. The result of Jts use IS 3 speedy pita In streng'lj. togethc-.rwiili the agreeable conscloosness that the tenure of life Is ttflng strengthenlug—that one Is Jajlnpopa store Of vitality against ihe unavoidable (Jraiujhts KhJcb old age makes upon the sj*tem The fortlfj-lng Influence of . the B!tte.r-i consiltute u a: reliable safejsiard against malariT, rhenwatismandSid- ner ttooble. Appetite and sleep irapr-ve through Its nse, and It protects the system {rom the effects of cold and damp. ., . . I.si-li of Str.-n.tlli n-il This U tso KI?;I-=OD wbtn wo often fcoltirc-d !ir.!l •.'.-.•i.k, with litlie relish for f-.)oJ. Thv e^ufo !s a torpid ilver, owiLg 1 to t! ^ wiLt.-r'a tfl'tci on tfco system. A fc* do^o= uf Rlnchart's L'.vi^.r Piii; ••••::! -oon ;<ronse the liver ar-d make >co :eel errors ::nd like P~, new person. 0^7 Vne a c'.oec; "H^/ pleasantly. Sold by B. F. KecsHng and . Keystone drug hlore- When Baby w»s tick, w B«ve her Oa^otli. •Wben sbfl -was a. Child, she cried lor Castorik -When cue rxxaune yOsa. BKe oltrng to Castortfc, When oui Lul, Cliil<lrBn,Bbe g»Telhoitt Caaorta. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Stnntcd Clilldrm. If 5our 'child is net growing, la stunted and unhealthy, the cause la most likelj to be owicg to the preset c-i of worms, a.r/d u; Uss' they are trxpellccJ t&c cbild will no- improve,' but gradually (?ro?.- nervous, Iretful ar.d pale. Tfca r&totf.y to use is Ricehart'a Worm Lozenges. They remove all kinda of worms and the worm nest. Sold by B. F. Kees- Hag end Keystone drug store. . . Children Cry for Pitcher's C siorc, Children Cry for pitcher's Castor la. If jour child is not growing or tbrlv- ; Ing, give Rlcebart-'s Worm LfizangeB. ' Sold "by B. F. Keeslicgand Keysw" .'•^ • n»Art.A . ™~— r ^ If you lack energy, »re we»lc tired, take Rinehsrt 1 * . Pills. -• Ona'i»vfj doae. Sold by B. F. •Kecslirjr Keystone ''

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