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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, July 12, 1896
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gS| ii>5$ff3pf^ Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys- loml ills, which vanish before proper cf- forts— gentle cffoi-ts— pleasant efforts— rightly directed. Tlierc is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms cf •Ickness are not duo to any actual dis- e, but simply to a constipated cony- - , tlon of the system, which the plc-asai^ <wnily laxative, Syrup of Figs, prcmpt- lj removes. That is why it is the only teinedy with millions of families, and is •»erywhere esteemed so highly by all- who value pood health. Its beneficial •fleets are clue to the fact, that it is the OD« remedy which promotes internal Cleanliness without debilitat ; ag lllL ' organs on. which it acts. It is therefore «lf important, in order to get its bone- floial effects, to note when yon purchase, that you havo the genuine arti- Cle, which is manufactured by the Culi- fernia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by •U reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, And the system 'is regular, laxatives or Other remedies are then not needed, *l afflicted with nny actual disease, one -»»y be commended to thu most skiUiul physicians,- but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of ,Wgs stands highest imd is most largely • and givcsrnost general satisfaction. ec p Cool by Using THE KELLY Shower Bail] RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose xpras «il. 25c. 1 nvir.ls Wilt "*! lie"' 1 yioor or Walls. Kcriileis Wilier Closets S<et.d fiMt Proof Wnter Closets, SeU-icUnir Water Closets, Kelly Slop and Waste Cock. THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. 201 Madison Street, Chicago. D. & C. SUMMER SERVICE TO MACKINAC. Tbcir new steel passenger steamers are In' commission, making four trips per week between Toledo, Detroit, Mackinac, Soo, Petoskey, Dura Hi. H' you are contemplating a summer onti.us Bend 2c stamp for illustrated panipule-t. Address A. A. SCIIANTZ, G. P. A. Detroit, Mich. BtJCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world loi cuts, bruises, sores, racers, salt rheum, fever .•ores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains corns and nil skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It 18 guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesling. PLAN YOUR SUMMER OUTING NOW-GO TO PICTURESQUE • MACKINAC VIA TH3 COAST LINE. It only costs S13.50 from Detroit, $15.00 from Toledo, ijUS.OO from Cleveland for the round trip, including meals and berths.. Oue thousands miles of lake ride on new modern steel steamers 'for the above rates. Send 2c for Illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. SCHANTZ, G..P. A. Detroit, Mich. FOB OVER FIFTY TEARS. Mrs. Wlnsiow-s Soothing Syrup h»s fceea used for over fifty years by mll- llonn of mothers for tht:r children While teething, with perfect success. It Mothea the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wild colic, and !• the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-five cents • bottle. Be sure and atk for "Mrs. Wlnslow'B Soothing Syrup," and take M other klod. Kites will likely be used In future •warfare for'cnrryluK such explosives^ -dynamite. • ' '. • ! ;'f • j'2 It would be bard to convince a man •offering from bilious colic that bis agony Is due to a mlscrobe with an un- pronouocnble Dame. But one dose of DeWltt's Colic and Cholera Cure 'will convince him of Its power to afford In- itnnt relief. It kills pain-John M.Jotra- •ton. Policemen on bicycles are now to be Keen Ja some ot .the .sulnirbs' of Paris. The London school board has 406 schools under Its charge. Pass the good word along the line "Piles can be quickly cured without an operation .by simply applying DeWJtt's Witch Hazel Salve.—Jno. M. Johnston. NOVEL SAILING VESSEL. It HIM M»ny Improvomontii Both Above mid Bdlntv ilie;Wu«er Lino. Very few patents arc taken out on the rig o-l sailing- vessels for the reason that most of the improvements have been thought out. Sailors are likewise very iisc'i'vuUve und opposed to new-fangled device". litre, however, is a nowly-dcvised vessel, with radical and novel improvements both above and be.lo\v tlie water line. The various devices have been patented by Mi-. William King, of New Orleans. Under his plan the stability of Ihu vessel is increased by providing it with u telescopic ceiitorbourd. which consists of a main ceut.e'rbonrd within which-is a double cpntcrboard, nn amidship ccntcrboard carried by the double ecu terbonrd, nnd a port and starboard centcrboard respectively carried on each side of the double centerboard, and within the main oenterboard. The spar plan and sii'l plan arc also formed KO that they may be enlarged THE NWYISST SAILING VESSEL, or decreased at pleasure. This is accomplished by providing the spinnaker x>ovns, and the gaffs of the mainsail and of the spinnakers with auxiliary spars, sliding within suitable'rings or sockets which are fixed near the ends of said gall's and booms. These-'spars are adjusted by means of halyards anil blocks, ami can be reefed "home or run out as desired, and a larger or sum Her amount of ctinvas carried. Two spinnakers are used, and the booms are pivotally mounted on suitable stops which are placed one on eaeh bow of the vessel. The spinnakers nre not hoisted to the topmast as is usually done, but arc provided with extensive galls, the heels of the gail's being pivotally connected vtih a band,which is clamped upon the mast. This connection has a universal pivotal movement. The spinnaker booms are sheeted forward to the bowsprit end and aft to the outrigger and when they are not in use they rest Jii crutches ;it the end of the aowsprit. A Redeeming Feature. Flankingto-n—I hear you have been having trouble with the cellar of your" new house. Von Blu'iricr— Yes. But every misfor-: time- 'has its compensation. plankington—How's tbr.t? Vo;-| niunicr—I learned how to swim. —Trui.h. The Iio.V"' r.rlf-ulo. The total membership of the Roys' rigtide for the United Kingdom is 35.- BOft larls, with 2.SOO officers. "DID YOU EVER ' Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles'? H not, get a. bortle now and get relief. This medicine has boon found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief: and cure O'C all Female Corn 1 plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in- llucnce in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or arc Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is the medicine yon need. Health and Strength ace guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents and ?1.00 at B. F. KeesUnK's Drug Store.. It is believed tlitf-. the first volume of Lord 1-taicoiJSflStfs paper will .be Issued nt the.end of this 01- at the beginning of next year. When we consider that the Intestlnea are about flve times as long as the body, we can realize the Intense suffering experienced when they become Inflamed. DeWltfs Colic and Cholera Cure subdues inflammation ot once and completely removes the difficulty.—Jno. M. Johnston. A tick plague la prevalent-in the nei-. ghborhood of Townsvllle, Queensland, and cattle are reiwrtetl to be dying by hundreds dally. -• • Small In size, but great In results. DeWltt's LMe Eariy Risers act gently but thoroughly, curing Indigestion, dyspepsia and constipation. Small nlll, safe plU, best pill. Campbell is the author of the quotation, "Like angel visits, few and far between." It Is found in "The Pleasures of Life." We are anxious to do a little good In 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 colds.—Jno. M. Johnston Mf ON DE RFU L are the cures by WW.Hood's Saraaparilla, and yet they are simple and natural: Hood's.Sarsa* parilla makes PURE: BLOOD. The book of woman's life is divided into three chapters: Girlhood, womanhood, motherhood. AI the time when a K vounft girl passes A into womanhood— \\ turning the leaf aa \\wc may say bet\ iween the first and I /.second chapters of //her existence —a little care and thoughtful ncsa will double her chances of future happiness and save many hours of 3U fferi tig. Every younff woman should have an intelligent understanding of bei own physical make-up. Half-knowledge which is little better than pure ignorance, opens the way to an untold amount of pain »nd wretchedness, Few women realize tlie influence exerted on their bodily.and mental well-being-bj the special organism of their cex. It is hard for them to believe that the little drain which goes on from day to day ie sufficient to sap away the very life forces. Yet it is so. The weakness, exhaustion, melancholy ; the periodical prostration and sometimes almost torture has no other cause, two-thirds of the time, than the abnormal unhealthy condition of the generative organs. Strangely enough even doctors often fail to recognize the truth, For this condition there is no other remedy in the world HO helpful and certain as Dr. Piercc's Favorite Prescription. It restores health and vigor to the feminine functions and renewed vitality to the entire body. -It heals inflammation, stops diu- ehargcs, strengthens the ligaments and builds up the internal tissues which cannot be reached by "local treatment." It is of inestimable value to young women and to prospective mothers, greatly lessening the pains and perils of childbirth if taken during pregnancy. , During the "change .01 life " it is invaluable. Dr Piercc's great hook, "The rcoplc-s Coin- 1:1011 Sense Medical Adviser." lias ioo3 pages, profusely illustrated. Over go pages are devoted to woman's diseases with siiugcstiona fol lioiin-lrentment. It will be sent frc.'. by World 1 ! Dispensary Medical Association, 663 Mil .11 Street, Buffalo, N. Y., on receipt of >i onc-cei.t »Uuiipi to cover cost of miiliue onlf. MILWAUKEE EXCURSTOX. Low Rates Through. Chicago via Pennsylvania .Lines. Excursion tickets lo Milwaukee will bo soUl via Pennsylvania- linos .Tuly a4r.li, ID-tii a-nU ICtli, account tlic B. Y. P. TJ. mooting! The low rate will be open to all. Tickuta will be -gooil returning leaving MUwaukee .July 20tl). 1st, or 22(1., Extension, at return limit to Aug. Din may be secured by depositing tickets with Joint agent in Milwaukee on or before July. 20th. The Fran- svlv;i!ila is '.'fc- 1 'I'.i'ect route to Milwaukee through. Chicago with solid trains to Chicago Union Station without change from principal cities and towns in Western Fenusylvuuin, Ohio and Indiana. For rates ajad ti-iuc of train apply to nearest'Pennsylvania Lino ticket agent. WHEN TH-E BOWELS ARE DISORDERED. N-6 time should l x e lost In resorting to a suitable remedy. Hostettei-'s Stomach Bitters is the most reliable acd widely esteemed medicine of its class. • It removes the causes of constipation, or of undue relaxation of the Intestines, which nre usually indigestion or a misdirection f-t. the bile. When it acts as a cathartic, It does iiot gripe and violently evacuate, but produces gradual and .natural effects, very unlike those oi a drttstic purgative; and its power of assisting digestion nullifies those ircitat- ingcouditions.oC the mucous membra oral! the -stomach and intestinal cannl which produce first diarrhoea, aud evou-Uially dysentery. The medicine is, •moreover, an .agreeable one, and '•'eminently pure and wholesome. Appetite and tranquil nightly slumber are both promoted by it. A golf course lias been opened in Switzerland at -a spot 5,000 up in the mountains. CONDENSED TESTIMONY. Ch-as. B. Hood, Broker a-nd Manufacturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, ccrtines that Dr, King's Now Discovery has no equal as a Cough remedy. .T. D. Brown, Prop. St. James Hotel, Ft. AVayne, Ind., lesticd that he was cured of a Cough of. two years' standing, caused'by La Grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery. B. F. MerrlU,.Baldwinsvnie, Mass., says that lie has used and recommended it and .never knew it to 1'a.ll and .would rather -have it Wnin; any doctor, always cures. Mrs, Hemming, 222 E. 20th St., Chicago, always keeps it at lined and has no fear of Croup, because It iustaut- ly relieves. Free Trial Bottles lit B. F. Kees-llng's Drug Store.' It Is estimated that the railways bring into London a bout. .80,000 gallons of milk per annum. • Pass the 'good word along the lino. Piles can :be quickly cured without an operation by simply applying DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve'.—Jno. M.-Johnston. .Artesian .wells take their name from been first Introduced at Artois, la France. : "Wake up, Jacob,.'day'.!« breaking!" to said DeWlitt'g Little Early Riser to the man who had taken,them to arouse hla sluggish liver.—Jno.. M. Johnston, PALMS OF FiORiDA. A piece of pianoforte wire recently tested at the. Wa-tertown arsenal showed the"'extraordinary' strength of 200 tons per.'square Inch. The wire was. one-twelfth of an inch in diameter; large...sizes gave a'tensile-strength of 135 tons and upward to..the square Inch,. The''metal cbntalnedSS.per cent of combined carbon: -..•'••• " • Beautiful Trees Growlas Upon the Coral Keys. They Am of Great Interest to Florim aud Arc the Kitront of North Amer- Icuu Tree's -An Jutoroktiue Dltcovory. Prof. A. H. Cui'VJss returned recently from 1-is sevcuUi cruise aaioag ^^ Florida keys, and reports a number of iutai-fsting botanical dissoverics, in- dudiijg two udditionK to his list of Florida, trees. It was his special object to study ilie palms pccaliar to thtsv coral islands, and in this he succeeded beyond his wpectatiou, deter- oiiuing- the ranges o£ cuoh Hud securing- the ruu-terial that had been needed for their accurate identification aad de- fe ji.'il Key There are three, kinds of pahus on the keys that can hardly be distinguished from one another aft a little distance. They have Ian-shaped leaves and steins seldom exceeding three inches in diJimet«r, though sometimes attaining a. hcightof nearly -SO 1'ct. They furnish tin*. ir.ha.bitn.nts with "crawl poles" and materials for hats and boskets. For the £rst time Prof, Curtiss succeeded in finding the grove ol! pseudo- T'iioenix Sargvntii, on Long- Key. A young trees of t-he remarkable 'were fotir.d by him on Klliott's in U2S1. but were mistaken for jr i-oyal p.'ilms. Five, years later he accompanied l.Vof, Sargent. On a cruise in the steumur Laurel, and in exploring 1 IJjc same key 1'i-of. Sargent was first to caich sight oC a mature and we!l- frulticd tree o-i the sanie pc!m. ami «ho •fruit was found \(> be.- wholly different from that of the- rn-,-;il or any ovh';' 1 known palm. Drawings wore ma;Io fur Ti'of. Sargent'.? "Trvcs of >'-orth Anv'ri- c:r," and innten::! f.ur study v.'i'.s aunt (o Vi'ciulJnndr, i lie !r;ulin~;:ii!,horiiy on palms, who round it \i> be lio»h spfuific- ailv art! y-cTie'.-icall.y distinct from other knuivn fancies. This discovery led to the ddcc! in:', cf quite ;. prove «f i-'ic. saj-.ie nnlni on T.orfr Key, which was i-inn bring converted owner onieviy.i Its iirescr-.T.tion, wli.;ch was inos* fori.ntia.te, M otherwise this rfmnrkabli: troe might IT.-.VI; been <•?> tcminntec! betoiT cuing; brought ir>i» cultivation. Long- Key is situaterl ubout CO miles northwestward from Key West, aud is oE very irrcguinr form, consisting of three anns or proncrs, each about t\vo jni'fs long. Last snminer Prof. Cvrrivs landed on the l:cy with a diagram fu:'- nisbcrl him by Commodore .Monroe, who had succeeded in fiii'jin;; the palms !iin.i ni.-o i" =!Ufc:t'S.sriilly tr:uisplant:ug one of them to Coeoannt grove; but. varying a little from tli.e right course, lie failc'l K> ii:id anything hcsitlca co- eranuts and mnn.trri>ves. Now l.lia!. lie has succeeded in reaclung the palms, lie finds that Commodore Monroe's instructions weve prstty nearly correct. but nol. as simple as ths.v might have been. It one will land a few hundred yards cask o' the soutili point of Long Key, at a large black mr.ngrovi' sian'flirg nlonc at the wator's edge, and will, then pro- ctec'l directly inland ncrcss a. narrow skirt, of swamp, be will see, on cmcrg- inif frerai the nuiBgroves. the pseudo- rhoonix directly .in i'ront of him, and he will tehold t-ho rarest ,-in.d most uniqus of North American trees, and one' which as to beaut/ of frnitaga is perhaps not cxe'i'lled by a.ny tJ'ee in the world. The trunk is short and t.hk-.k, •smooth a.nd curiously variegntad witli alternate ba.nds of brown and greenish gj-.iy. Tho crown oi leaves j'csomblcs tiiriit of the date pn.l.^o, and at its base ere borne gorgeous clusters of red berries, many'of th-Mn.so large that a man could hardly encircle one with his arms. The berries nvc- about ns large us average grapes, and o. large proportion of them tire united in tcnvs ajid throes. The fleshy covering of the nut is very bitter, the kernel. almost ns hard as ivory.' Prof. 'Curtiss secured enough of the fruit to fill two barnjls. which hc^ shipped from "Planter, oa Key Largo, to' I'rof. Sa.rgei.it, who will doubtless distribute them to all botanical gardens and palm nurseries in the world. Thus tbs cxis'tento of t.iio psendo-VbOM!ix is likrjiv to be pro Ion god ondefinitely, independent of its fXistPiicc in a wild state, which is evidently precarious.— Jacksonville Union. ^ Foml of Ktntton. Coyotes are not,paitieular as to food, eating- anything that comes in their 'way.°but it is"said that they have ^special fondness for mutton. This leads them to play havoc among the sheep, where they nre found in large flocks. A rancher in Oregon had ;l -flock of 1,000 sheep, aud, missing a large number, instituted a search. On the brink of a precipice he found three. sheep with their throats marked with the teeth of a coyote. Making his way. to the bottom of th<s.«nnyon, he there found the bodies of 110 sheep, on which the coyotes had boen feed ing f or n week of more. From other incidents of like character, it was concluded that a number of coyotes had gotten into the flock when the s-heep were driven off their bedding ground .by a storm, and had horded them to the brink of the precipice, much as a lot of sheep dogs would do. When the edge was, reached the coyotes pressed the sheep so hard in the rcw that those in front were pushed; over, and then the coyotes frosted at... their leisure.—Golden .Days. • Siberian B»Uwaiy Stktlaiu. . There are to be about 200 railway stations distributed over the new Siberian 'railway. The rolling-stock will com- 'prtee 2.000 locomotives, 3,000 passenger cars, and 3fi,000 goods wagons, . TBe 'passenger traffic will be itliuost exclu- ! Bively confined to third or fourth classes i and the tariff, will be very low. The -•work In connection with this great undertaking i« being pushed on with much' enei'gj', and is expected to be completed • Jn six..years.—Chicago Chronicle. ABUSE OF THE STOMACH.! A Beitanrant OMervor Hakei Some Fa**> IDK Note*. I was trying to dispose oi a strawberry breakfast und my morning paper at the same time—about 11 o'clock. It was a public restaurant in Herald square, and the late broakfastcrs begun to become adulterated with early lunchers. The world never stands still in Herald square. The kitchen here shifts cooks," a new set of waiters go on at given hours, a change of faces In the cashier's window—that's all. But men and women come and go at the little, clean bare tables all day, while new forms and faces arc reflected from the mirrored walls nt night. There are men just finishing their suppers before going to bed when the early workers begin to pour in for their breakfasts. There are breakfasts being ordered as the midday business lunch, is being- bolted by hurried hundreds. In tihort, there ore breakfasts, lunches, dinners and suppers being served during every hour o£ the day and night— and no questions arc asked und no troublesome explanations required as to the comer being too late for tJie one or t.oo early for the other. Only in .such a resort can one get n realistic glimpse of the great city. 1 wns thinking of this when a young man carrying a. dress suit came in and took n scat opposite t-o me, ordering a strawberry shortcake and a glass of iced lea. This served as an appetizer, apparently, as he immediately followed it wil.h a beefsteak, fried potatoes and eofi'ee. ' All of this vanished before I had' finished my strawberries, and the young man's place was trukcn by a sleek- looking gentleman, who got a single eirg with brov,-» bread and a glass, of water, upon the destruction of which he drew from his rear coat tail pocket a 'small parcel, took therefrom a glass about as big as a, thimble, and poured some sort of medicine into it, which be tossed off with an air of pat Jen t resignation. A woman with a face that would split wood sat just beyond, reading a newspaper through a. pair of gold gljssos between desultory nibbles of dry toast and furtive assaults on alittle metal teapot on lier right. The tea. iuid t.hs to'ast cost five cents each, but she pot five dolJjirs' worth out of them. She looked daggers at a young gourmet across the way, who began breakfast with ;in omelet, called for a clean plate nml got away with a huge veal cutlet and fried potatoes and two glasses of milk, closing things with two big sec-, tions of fruit cake as a^ evidence of p;ood faith. Such terrible abuses o£ the human sl.omr.eh as can be witnessed in these places would frighten a. savage. Buring business hours aji amount of food is'bolted within a. few minutes—or, nt least, but half riiasticatcd—that ought to have claimed half or three-quarters of an' hour. TJie women, r_s a, rule, eat sparingly. Women in restaurants a la c.irte 3J"C more economical than men. The price is a leading consideration. They look over the biil of fare for the bargain counter. Next to the surprising number of women who live in restaurants is the. surprising cheapness with which they live. They can get-nJ! that is necessary, and get it- good, for about three dollars a \vcck.-X. V. Cor, Pittsburgh Dispatch- SPONGING WOOLENS. Bow to Kenew Vnrions Kinds of Glossy brr^s Cjoodii. Since the popularity of tailor cloths it, scorns strange that it. has not become the custom to sell cloths already sponged. Dealers declare that the average shopper is so taken with the specious gloss of the unsponged cloth that it docs not pay to sell it without this gloss. As a matter of fact; this gloss, which is removed by. sponging, is put on by the manufacturer' at considerable trouble, merely to' nttrnctciib- tom. Tailors invariably display "sponged cloths." As no such fictitious •value'seems to attract the male c-us : tower or the woman who goes to the tailor for her gown, it is'ijiiile.probable that the slight shrinkage to which a sponged cloth is subject is ca.use for the ordinary merchant's objection to the sale of sponged goods. The competition in all drygootls is so great that ''the few pennies'loss from the shrinkage of a yard of goods would neccssJSr- ily affect the- price that must be charged. It is not always easy to find a regular sponger. Such persons charge about three or four cents a. yard for sponging double-width; goods, and it pays-.to i-mploy him, because he docs his.work .thoroughly. Wh'ere'this.work rotist.be ; c'.one at home the best way is to wring .out in cold water sheets of pieces of cot- Ion the width of thecloth, which is usually a .yard'and a half, and lay the pieces smoothly over, the cloth, .and roll it up •firmly. . .Wrap a layer of dry cotton ground this roll, and let it rest in some :placc where it will not be disturbed for 24 hours. At the end of this time* unroll it gradually, and press it with a hot iron on the wrong side until almost or entirely dry. Hang it on a line for i;j hours, and it is ready for use. A great many styles of dress goods not included in tailor cloths nre improved by Eporig- in;*. Pongee silk and other soft India ;«ilks arc always treated in this way by expert dressmakers to prevent them fading. Any very glossy goods of such Mgb finish os to suggest their having ;l>een passed over hot calenders'to give ithcm a specious gloss, should always 'he tested with water to see 1 if it spots .(hem. If it does, spotipe a sample and ;»ce what the goods look like after this .—N. Y. Tribxine. • ,. Confectionery Chip*. Take half a pound of flour, ten ounces of sugar, throe or'four entire • nggn.- »nd:: n .'little Sanlliiu"' .Mix and. ; whisk the sugar and eggs, add theflc-ur, lent the iJiute^'into/gt^la six pr'wsyen (Inches Jong,;on"a slab.'waxed and dust- Jed with flour; bake in abptovpnjwhen idone twist tlie/m round »"littleiitlck'to • give them the *piral shape.- -N. Y.. Mer- «wr..-."-.' : '!;••.';-'•• -' : . - •>.",.".-•- Lest aiid all the time Hood's ban been advertised as a blood purifier. Its great cures havo been accomplished through purified blood — cures of scrofula, salt rheum, eczema, rheumatism, neuralgia, catarrh, nervousness, that tired feel- Ing. It cures when others fail, because It Always Strikes at the root of the disease and eliminates every germ of Imparity. Thousands testify to absolute cures ol blood diseases by Hood's Sanaparilia, although discouraged by the failure of other medicines. Rembmber that Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best- In fact the One True Blood Purifier. «_• j» t-i-ii easy to buy, easy to take, HOOfl S PlllS easy to operate. 25c, A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. 3ver the Sunset Route-New Orleans to Los Angeles, and San Francisco. •.Ya.8 discontinued April Kith. Tte -c.ytylor accommodations given the j««at number of patrons of the above i-Aln during the past tourist season, ••arrants the announcement of plans , • nt next season of fluer service with .-.(Uiprnent superior to anything yet mown in transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-inauguration ' ot SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset 4oute" in connection with the "Queen *od Crescent Koute" are running the joly line of through tourist Pullman •keepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and *»u Francisco. These excursions are specially con- •Vjcted, ind the object is to enable those «so do not care to buy the first-class -oojad trip or one way tickets, to' enjoy * comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at the '«ry low second-class rate. For further Information, address W. a. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. 9. P. Jo., Cincinnati, O. W. G. NEIMYER, G. W. Agr. S. P. at., Chicago, III.. . S. P. MORSE, G. P. & T. Agt. 8. K •«').. New Orleans, La. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. CWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO, CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 23th and continuing until about Sept. 30tb the steamers of Ibis line will make two trips each way dally between St. Joseph and Chicago, »n the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. in. and 10:30 p. m., dally, including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 0:30 a. m. and 11:30 p. m., daily, including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at » a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. zn. Running time across lake 4 bours. Trl-weetly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St Joseph Monday, Wednesda »nd Friday evenings. The equipment, of this line Include! ibe side wheel steamers City of Clilcag" tnd City of Milwaukee (the largest an anest west of Detroit), and the new" rebuilt propeller City of Loulsvill Service first-class. Connections with.a] Tandulla trains. Tickets on sale «t Fandalia .Line stations. Chicago foot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Preg., Ben ton Harbor, Mid '!, loing For A Lake Trip? You'll fully onjoyall of tu dell if you take one of the fffi AXE MICHIGAN AMD LAKE SI TRANSPORTATION CO'S IEGANT STEAMSHIP! fulling* between CblMS».Wid HUcklMC' Islwtd four Urn** every w«ek. •Tho'-ncw matter/ . OUT nearett : "Adarew Jot. Berol*bq!i R U ik«iifM.Wtt*rSt,

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