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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 19, 1895
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Consumers of clewjiwjtokoco vh arewillingto pay a little more tki die price draged for fie ordinary trade tokccos, will find to Irand superior to all others BEWARE •:•: IMITATIONS. ENGLAND'S FAST ONES. foea well, the pair win com« togetner for the Ascot gold cup. Dobbins Is the American representative for that classic event, and the people of this continent will have no fault to find it their champion goes to the' front in as good form as he has ISINGLASS, BEST MAN AND THE GREAT LADAS. They Are the riyem Acnlnit Which tho Araerlcnn florxon Will Huvo to Compete—Their Record* Up to D»te—The Alcot Cap. OR THE INFOR- matl07i of patriotic Americans who believe their race horses are as good as those of Fng- land, France, Austria or Australia wo show the pictures of two of the most conspicuous competitors tho American horses Dobbins, Don Alonzo and Stonenell. owned by Messrs. Croker and Dwyer, will have to meet during the coming season. Comparisons may be drawn and everybody can form an estimate as to the qualifications of the E-ngnsr, horses Isinglass, Best Man and Ladaa being generally regarded as the cracKs that will be called upon to defend British laurels this year. Tho capabilities of Best Man can best be Judged from the fact that In the Kempton Park Great Jubilee •taxes, at one mile, he Is asked to carry 136 pounds against 113 on our American • Stonenell, a horse of which we arc cs- ISINGLASS. peclally proud at sprinting distances. Stonenell haa been generaHy regarded ns one of our very best horses at three- quarters of a mile. A3 a S-ycnr-old he ran seven-eighths of a mile, and In some Instances a mile, In good shape, but since passing Into the ownership of M. F. Dwyer nls efforts have been mainly In the sprinting direction, meet- Ing nnd defeating, among others. Dr. Hasbrouck and Correction, two of the « seediest thoroughbreds that have ever ppenred In this country. The Cact niat the handlcapper, with Stonenell's 'American record before him, rates him •Ixtecn pounds below Best Man, conveys some Idea of the qualifications of Melton's great son. Of course there 1* a chance that the handlcapper has underrated the American, but of that nobody will know until after the day of the race. At any rate, a number of En- Cllsh critics have plumped for Best •Man, top weight and all, and this horse •ome of the best judges In England think will puzzle Isinglass when h« meets htm over a distance of ground, a number of them maintaining stoutly that the horse has never been thoroughly tried at a distance, and has yet to •how whether he can go anything beyond a mile In first-class company. Isinglass and Dobbins will meet In the race for the Ascot Gold Cup. Isln- • glass has a peculiar history. He was bred by his owner, Harry McCalmont, and Is by Isonomy, out oX deadlock, a mare which, up to the time she threw Isinglass, had been a woeful failure In the stud. In fact she had been pronounced worthless, and was put to draft purposes. Mr. McCalmont bought her for $100. and her first foal as the property of that gentleman was Isinglass, nnd who win say that lher« was not a large factor of luck In th« purchase when It Is considered that her son won the Triple Crown of 1S9I5 and was the crack of ISM? The photograph of Isinglass given here was taken la . his S-yenr-old form, when he was a •bade over sixteen hands high. There ,\ras more sentiment In connection with Lndas's victory for the Derby last year than In any other race that was run in England th.it season. The fact that he was bred by the prime minister of England, and. that Matthew Dawson.' the famous trainer, was !n- 'ducecl to come out of his retirement to are the son of Hampton especially the Derby, together with the tiTJ- , Jtlon of the hopes of Lord Kosebery, as expressed by himself when a boy, make quita an Interesting story- I' irtll be remembered that Lord Rose- b«ry, fts a student at Oxford, said he had three ambitions. The first was to wed an heiress, the second was to become prime minister of England, and the third to win the Derby. Last year •aw the culmination of his asperatlons, and there was the wildest enthusiasm the prime minister led back the r after the race.!• In the autumn. wa»,con»lderablt-. rivalry between, follower* of Lada» anUI»lnj:la»», BEST MAN. been on various occasions In 1893 and 1894. Unfortunately, he Is under aus- plclon, having pulled uplameat Gravesend last fall fall, and while Hardy Campbell has always been sanguine that the horse will stand training-, there Is, of course, a large amount of probability to be considered. When you have a cripple In your stable you pass some ebppless nights. The English critics who have seen Difolilnfl and know all about his record on this Hide of the water have the most profound respect for the big grandson of Jlermlt. They are ready to claim much of the good that Is In himfor their own r:ountrv. and Dobbins Is certainly j-jrifusn. Damns a iijw crosses, jnis dn.m, the famous Thora, was by the Immortal Longfellow, and he in turn was by the English horse Leamington, imported by Sir Roderick Cameron, ABOUT STEPHEN GRATTAN. Sketch of :i Vouns rluyer of Prominent Tarts, Stephen G rattan, the actor, served his dramatic apprenticeship in Augustln Daly's company, playing small parts. He next appeared In "Captalji Swift," playing the part created by Mr. Stoddard. His next engagement was in Steele Mackaye's "Money Mad." Following this he appeared in "The Two Orphans," In -which he played both Pierre and Chevalier Maurice de Vaudrey. He then played a summer engagement with Jacob Lilt's stock company, assuming such roles as Captain Northcote In "The Crust of Society;^ George De Lesparre, In "Led Astray," and Raymond Lcssing, in "Pique." He has also played the Ensign In the play of that name, the Priest in "The English Rose," and other prominent rolea. In the early part of the present season he appeared in the title role In "Wm. Young's "Young America," which was produced In Boston. Mr. Grattan Is at present a member of Daniel Frohman's Lyceum theater stoclc company. His first appearance with this company was in Sardou's play, "A Woman's Silence," In which he played the role of Sir Arthur Greyson In so thoroughly capable a manner that he not only won the chief honors of the performance, but made his metropolitan reputation. He la at this time playing James Harabln, th» STEPITEX GKATTAN. derelict husband, In Henry Arthur Jones' comedy, "The Case of Rebellious Susan," which is having a successful run at the Lyceum theater. The wheelmen of Paris Intend :o resume outdoor racing the latter part of this month. The cement path of the famous Buffalo track is being covered by an immense canvas awning to protect it from the rain. President Luscomb's administration of Leafrue of American -Wheelmen affairs has not been In any way remarkable, and on vacating office the nourish of trumpets so conspicuously heard when he was elected will be noteworthy by its absence. A new cycl Is being perfected in Providence, for which its holders claim wonders. The new machine is lighter than the average wheel, and it Is said that with -this wheel a good rider this year will be able to smash all records. The colored question In the League of American Wheelmen may have an important bearing on where the championships will be held. Unless New England votes against the colored man, It is said that the south will withhold Its support from Boston as the place for holding-the national championship. Now Billy Joyce threatens to quit the game if his salary Is not raised. Cincinnati Is trying to get Turner, the Phillies' hard hitter and outfielder. The St. Louis. Cincinnatls and Cleve- lands have arranged games in Indlan- tpolls In April. Manager H.inlon has added HofCer of Catcher John Grim, of the Brooklyn club, has been conductor on an Indianapolis car line all winter. CllfS Carroll has : been located as farming near Hoopeston, 111. He Is through with base ball for "keeps" this time. The Clevelands have, after all. decided to take a southern trip for practice, so that every one of the twelve league clubs will train south of Mason und DIxon's line. The Washington club's owners have generously agreed to give the profits of the southern trip to the players. The players will appreciate this at Its exact value. '"•'Old. Hoss" Charlie Radbourne has leased his saloon and billiard-room In Bloomlngton, HI., and Is taking'llf« easy. He has lost the sight of the ey« he Injured wtiile hunting last winter. Baltimore has offered Gleason to Clm clnnatl. with a bonus, If Pitcher Dwytr 1> traded. ,;cinelnnati wjllliiot let Dwy«. Dartmoutl) Professors Called It Incurable. "I had a painful ulcer on my ankle, which physl- ciani called an old man'i ton, due to the poor state of my blood. Th« •ore ipread to the ilze ol • saucer, ted I had to give up ^ business. The gurgeons »t .Dartmouth 1 College -would not perform in operation. , _ . . _____ __ claiming that my advanced age, 78 years, In Itself was a barrier, and that only temporary relief could be given. I was pining over my misfortune when a friend urged mojto try Hood's Sarsaparills. I had taken but part of a bottle when the eruption looked more healthy and after taking 6 bottles the sore Hood's sls Cures completely healed, leaving only a scar. Hood's Sarsaparilla also helped my whole system aa I huve not felt 80 well for years." JOHJT 3. CCRRIER, West Lebanon, N. H._ Hood's CUEREN T T EVENTS. Lord Rosebery, g-ood authority says, has decided not to resign the office of premier. The "bootmakers in England are on a strike. Two hundred thousand men are affected. Col. Daniel E. Robertson, aged S3 one of the.pioneers of Minnesota, died in St. Paul. The rebellion in Cuba is .spreading-. The insurgents have captured many strategic points. An early morning fire damaged three manufacturing concerns in Milwaukee to the extent of $40,000. Henry C. Thorn, chairman of the Wisconsin republican state central committee, died at Madison. Burglars murdered H. D. Reynolds, of Carey, O., and secreted the body in some place not yet discovered. Bob Rogers, leader of a gang of Indian desperadoes, was killed by a posse which was trying to arrest him. Gov. Matthews, of Indiana, is securing evidence against representatives who caused the riot at the capitol. Russia and England are said to be planning a concerted demonstration of naval strength in order to frighten Japan. John Molnor was sentenced to be hanged at Cleveland, O., June 20 for the murder of August Gehring last summer. Joseph Millett died at Holbrook, Mass., Saturday. He had taken no food for twenty-eight days and no water for eleven days. Walter I. Chapin, aged 79, and Mary A. Chapin, aged 73, lovers who were separated in youth, were married at Wilkesbarre, 1'a. Four mutual insurance companies of Toledo, 0., have been ordered to cease doing business as a result of an examination of their affairs. Postmaster General Bissell's order that postal clerks must live on the linos o£ railway over which they run will be enforced by his successor, Mr. Wilson. In a lecture at Schencctady, N. Y., 3. Irving Mannatt, formerly consul general to Greece, said the revival and now growth of Greece was due to '..he United States. Wash Strong (colored) was hanged at Uawkensvillc, Ga., for the murder of Johnson Duncan, in a dispute over cards in December, 1500. Strong confessed before his execution. Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Cody, of West Duluth, Minn., started to cross the bay on the ice to Superior, \\'is. When near the Superior shore the ice broke and Mrs. Cody went into tho water. Her child, which she was carrying, was drowned. rarmnonii* nurnen. PLYMOUTH, Ind., March IS.—The farmhouse and contents of Robert Ligget, living 3 miles southwest of this city, were destroyed by fire. Loss, S4.DOO; small insurance. Cause of fire unknown. ________ Took Hi>r Own Llfr. LA PORTE, Ind., March IS.—Mrs. Frederick Gerke, aged 44, wife of a prominent farmer, committed suicide by using paris green. She was in poor heaith nnd had been despondent for several years. Vnnktcm K=se> v,mon L*miN. Y_U?xTOjr, S. IX, March IS.—The opening of the Yankton reservation in Charles Mix county, S. D.. will occur in about thirty days if there is no hitch in Washington. About 200.000 acres of land will be thrown open to settlement, and already the prospective settlers are crowding in to take _P^fl. L ^_ the rush ' Miss de Butaut—Do you know, Mr. von Ilibber. that I never crank anything but cold water until I was eighteen? Von Bibber—And T. Miss de Butant, hr,\v. never drank it since.—.h-.dn-;-. •JUVBirf .import* or ov»ld. YORK, March 18.—The steamship Lncania, from Liverpool, brought j 81,310,000 in g-old to Aug-ust Belmont & Co., aod the steamship La Gascog-nc, from Havre, brought 4,000,000 francs in gold. Colombian Revolution Dead. NEW YORK, March 13.—President Caro, of Colombia, has sent to the Herald a personal message, announcing that the re volution in his republic has been completely suppressed. CnlneKe Meet » lilre calamity. YORK, March IS. —A special cable to the Herald from Shangha says: A terrible disaster has befallen the Chinese troopsin Manchuria. Their entire sunply of provisions for three months has been captured near Chwang by the Japanese. Wcll-Kuovrn Doctor Dead. W TIFFIN, 0., March 18.— Dr. G. Sampson, Sr., died in this city Mondaj in his 93d year. He practiced mediciu' in Wyanc'lot and adjoining countie for sixty-two years, and for fifteen years practiced among the Wyandot Indians. UioU from mi Old \Vonml. Ds-\VKii. Col., March IS.— Capt. D. I E/.ekiei. president of the Denver Miu ing exchange, died Sunday at his homo He received a wound during the late wi'.r which was ; finally the cause of hit, del' th. .insurance man uunc. Si'KiNOFiKi.D, Mass., March IS.— Col M. V. B. Edgerly, president of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance company, died in New York Monday morning. OFFERS A BIG REWARD. Cov. !\Ii:lntyre Detprmln<?d f.» Clear Up tho WiLHi'iibnri- (Col.) Lynchlncs- DESVKR, Col,, March 18.— Gov. Me- In tyre Saturday night gave out a proclamation announcing a reward of $1,000 for the arrest and conviction of those who were implicated in the killing oi the Italians at Walsenburg. He de clares his intention to give the ma tier his close personal attention and see that the law is vindicated. Much Cntton Destroyed. MoxitOE, La,, March 18.—The steam, boat Glenvaughen, together with 45C bales of cotton and 900 sacks of seed, was destroj'ecl by fire Monday. No lives were lost. TlLb] MARKETS. Gruln, I'rovlglous, Etc. CHICAGO, Mc.rcli'18 FLOUR— Quiet but flym. Quotations ransc us follows: Winter — Patents, &50jiiC,i; straights, $;. 3532.50: 'Clears, i-cil5@KJ.30. suo- or.ds, y.DOiJ2.0a; low grades, Si. 60^1. t>5, Spring — Putenta, aOO.iJ3.50; btrulyhts, S2.1 0^.7:1; bakers', S1.852£.-5; low Rrudus, £1.75®1.8D; Ked Dog, $l.C5.«;l.75; Ryo, $2.30&i!JO. WHEAT— Active und lower. Cash, s-l'/JO 65«c: May. b6&£S7c; July, 57«ffi57:,'c. COHN'— Moderately active und linn. No. 2 and No. 2 Yellow, «Ji(t-!5o; No. 3, ^a No 3 Yellow, 43/,Si-iaiic; May, -I3;j July, •fSJi.tf-Mc; Soptember. JSm'SHO^o. OATS— Q-alut and easy. No. -', -ite; .May. 20 29!4c; July, 28)^ ijiSMc. Samples lower. No. 3, :JUii &:»,): No. 3 VVn 02U?ic; No. 2 White, S-' RYE— Market steady. No. ^ in store, 6;->;c; sample lots. WK t,54/ £ c: outside choice; No. 3, about 48 i£f>Uo: May delivery, 53c. BAKfjisr— Steady but tiuiet. No, 4. 50S,32c; No. 3, 5^3540 for fair to choice, und No 2, 54 MESS POBK— Trading was quilo active and pricus lower. Quotations mii^cJ ;it £11. 6i',i ?i 11.871-; (or cnsh roi;ular: $ILOU^lI.7i for Murdi. and il |.7,>(2>1-03 for .May. L.MID— Kuliier quiet und lower. Quotations ransed at .3005^15.70 for cash; -JO.OTni3.70 for March; JO. 75 46. 82 v, for May, aijd SO d7;.i@O.H5 for seller July. LIVE POULTRY— Per pound: Turkeys. 7S2j;Oc; Chickens, S^iD'^ic; JDucks, 031 Ic; Geosc. par dozea. ?3.uu.'uii).OJ. UUTTJJII— Creurnery, lOJJISc; dairy, SJJlfic; Packing Stock, 5<ij>0c. ' LJQUOKS— Whisky quoted steady ut $1.24 persallon for blglivrlnes. NEW YOIIK, March IE FLOW— State ucd western quiet, steady. WHEAT — No. i red fjir'.y active, weak, V4@lc lower. May. 61 7-l8'a>iil,'jc: ,Iu:ic, 01 »c; July, Ol^iia'Jl 15-100; AURUit, Ol^Oi 15-[(ij; September, 01 IS-lOjiOitfc; December. (iJOiS 64MC. Ocgtx— No. 2. dull, weaker. May, SOI-J'SWiC; JulyTsOiJ»0,^c: No, 2, 51H©5fc OATS — No. 2, dull, nominal. May. 33paC asked; State. 37@-UJ4c: western. 33^41^2. BEEP— i- Inn. Extra ineas, S7.a02S.23; family, ;9.7:i£12.00. POBK— Quiet, steady. Mess, $13.00313.50. • LAUD— Quiet, steady, Steam rendered. *T.OD. BOTTEB— Fancy creamery ilrrner; fairly active; western dairy, Sitia^c; do. creamery, HOW, ]l@l8tfc; do.,old,3!/JS15c; do. factory, 53 12c; Elgins, 19Jic; imitation creamery, 9Sl3^c; rolls. 7j;lic. CHEESE— Fancy, firm, fair demand; state, large, Sail&c: do. fancy colored, 11540; do. white, lie; do., small. Sij}12c; part .skims, 338tfc; full skims. maJyic. EGGS— Heavy receipts, lower; western, IS^c. Live Stock. CHICAGO, March IS. HOGS— Market active and feeling llrm. Llsht and medium grades ruled 5c higher and other lots steudy. Sales ranged at S3.4iQ4.40 for Pics; $4.3534.50 for liffht: £1 3) J54..I') for roush packing: $4.3*34.70 tor mixed, and H50©4.75 for heavy puckiur-: and shipping lots. CATTLE-Market active, and prices ruled steady lor (rood lots and other grades 5©1JO higher. Quotations ringed at 5S.OSi'i0.25 for choice to extra shipping steers; ^J.9J i&5.60 lor jood to choice do.: 4-1.60 •i4,9."> for fair to good; W.00®4.55 for common to medium do.: S3. 8J3 &.UO for Dutchers' Steers; ii6oa&60 for Stocke-s: t~3.30ij4.4-J for Feeders: Sl.ro.33 33 forCows: .'3.0.1 ',4.30 for Heifer-!: i-'.ODrHTS for Bulls; $3.W J4 CO for Texas Steers, and 82.50;} 5 50 for Veal Calves. TO YOUNG ^/SX^^XV-TS^/V^ WIVES: We Offer * Remedy Which, Used » Directed. Insures Safety to Life . of Mother and Child. '"MOTHERS' FRIEND"' rt* Muflnttncnt of its fain. Horror and •m-v. a» cxanr vxoiy. "My -wife used, only two bottlw. She I was easily and quickly relieved; is now (doing splendidly.— J. S. MOBTOH, Barlow, N. C. uprtM or tn«Jl. on rxxlpt of : bottle. Sow bTjui,I>tB»irt». SPECULATORS, INVESTORS READ! Write us pnd reiuni mall Tl r i7/ Bring You Free n Pamphlet Containing Full Imformal.ion as to how to Operate Siisccssfulli/ in Wall Street, Thousands who Save acted upon Its suggestions hare m de Splendid Gains From Modest Investments! Stocks Bonds. Gral", Provisions Rtid Cotion ' booxbt Hnd sold lor cash *.i »u a mantln of o to a ' fei <Mt co>nn?s!0ir:-:« PEH CENT Onrdailr3f8 KPC '*tii>r coufcJns rail report*. »-orre-pon<l wlib as. Hlshr^ r«Ier-ncei. , C&ti-biKii»<J,lS8S.) 'jrtea 1892. for Infants and Children. ( OTHERS, Do You Know «* Bateman's Drops, Godfrey s Cordial, many so-called Soothing Byrupa, an* most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine? Po Yon Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons ? Do You Know that in most countries druggists are not permitted to lell nurcotioi without labeling them poisons f Do YoaJCnOW that you should not permit any medicine to be given your chill unless you or you • physician know ot what it is composed ? Do You Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, nnd that a list <* Its ingredients is published with every bottle ? Po Yon Know that Castoria is the prescription of tlio famous Dr. Samnol Pitcher. That it has been in use for nearly tliirty years, and thnt mo:e Castoria 1* now sold than of all other remedies for children combined t Po Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the TJnit«d. States, and of other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use tlio wort " Caatoria " and Its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense t Po Yon Know that one. of the reasons for granting this government protection wa« because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmlean? Po Yon Know that 35 average doses of Castoria arc furnished for 36 cent*, or one cent a dose ? Po You Know that whoa possessed of this perfect preparation, your children mar be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest f Wall, theio things are worth knowing. They are tacts. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. IN THE WORL-P1 For keeping tho System In a Healthy Condition. CURES Headacha. CURES Constipation. Acts on the Liver and Kidneys, Purlflea th« Blood Dispels Colds and Fevers. Beautifies the Complexion and » Pleasing and Refreshing to tho Taste. SOLD ey ALL Dnuasisra. WA nicely illustrated eiplity-pacrc Lincoln Story Book riven lo every purchaser of * fickle of Lincoln Tea. Price 2Sc. ,Uk yoar drngpist. or LINCOLN TEA Co.. Fort Wayne. Im4. For Sale by W. H. Porter. Spring Curry Comb IciocK Spring Blade. Soft as H Brush. FtwevcrvCtiro. Th* Pcrtcct Comb, tJscd tr? U & Arnr» «HJd oy Barnnm «n* jauRh Circuses, and LcadinR Horsemen of lie World. ' Ask yom Dcalci for It Snmoie mailed post paid 25 ccntm. Kl'EIXU CL'KBI C031B CO.. 102Lar»jeueSU,BouthBead, IndlM* Tlio Vt'fcet;;iHnn itml l.Jio l.mly. "Meat-euLing-makes one irritable and "What do I care?" '•Besides, it is> f:it;il to beauty- iva:,t- g, as it does, the " "Ob, is that bO? Why didn't 3-011 sjty so in the first place?''—X. Y. Recorder, Wlij Tunnel Kalln IVcar Out. Steel, rails are known to have a short life in tuucel and other places into .vljich the fumes from locomotives are discharfi-ed. This appears to be due to the conversion of the sulphur in coal into sulphuric acid, and the subsequent chemical action of the acid upon the steel.—Philadelphia Press. A Trifle Embarriwitliiir. Acquaintance—Mr. Bullion, let me introduce my friend Jones. I've just been telling him how you made your pile. Mr. Bullion (slightly deaf)—Glad to know you, Maj. Pyle.—Chicag-o Trib- Trade Revival. "Well, old man, how is business?" "Booming,"said the manufacturer of sporting- goods. "I have just received an order for four million pairs of Bprintinfr shoes for the Chinese army." —Indianapolis Journal. —Boliem:a is so called because it was settled by the Boii, a tribe of Germans. True Enough. The Lady—I should think a healthy looking man like you would be ashamed to beg. The Tramp—It's becoz I'm healthy that I have ler be£, mum. If I had the dispepsv, for instance, I wouldn't ;roiible*myself so ranch about riulcs.— V. Pr*<<.XEX and sheep fatten better in OOID- >any than ivhen kept alono. IJr. Holme* mill Women unil Clillilrru, "I've several things bothering me,* he confessed one day. "First, I am anxious to find a, suitable inscription for a child's porringer. 1 never wot« a poem to a child, I buliuve. I l.ov« children dearly: I always want to stop them on the street: but I have never written about them; nor liavi: I ever written much about women. I don't know wliy, but I care too much to do the Tom Moore style of thing:."—Mrs. Fields, in Century. —"Tell your fortune, sir? Cross tT* palm of this wise woman and—" "(Jf* o'lt! You can't fool me with any lie*, I'm married already."—JT. Y. Recorder. ECZEMA til" Ch'll .11 '-t« I die Ifornlnc Han? like a pall ov^r the snrf to? of t!i(< earth.' It w!]ll>rt-K-ellfor:r<rat».ffre venrortt-clnTo tfc"ra« vap TOU' a r, cbarced. i»ersa'«, with tb* s«yls of malLirla or provocative of r:ieQmartc twin es. to take a «r!DPelaasfnl of Ho t*tt^r"s Stomach Ei ter*. anp thus.^bl^ld yoursplf from atmospberfc Inflaenws tare, tcnlnz to Siealth If yon bnpi-en to(;et»no«e<I. -livie-lor ral'itt' ujon, ofe the ssroi" prev»ntl»s. >-nd arold tlio iherimatrtm orn dan^cro ico'd. Th" a»fi^-aJ)> warmth Infased Iniotheclrculnaon br 'bis g-nlal. (tomaciilc. ttx uirgoratln< and regnliitinz pr<'j*>rtl« oommeiKl Itt-al gpprfciittT-.oIthe'acr vmtmntntloni* better ib»n ciin*. U»«tb*B1tte-i for d«»peril«. troobl«.«ldi , '.|iiitad^'ii^'drt ; W''' : jSS^ i ' > '* 3 ->'''--'-S : " bood there hundreds who •» aiBictcd with tbl* terrible dl«cft«^ which the median. menantlcvenHotSpriiigsfafltDbcueflt. B.8.S. his rasde •• wonderlul record in the cure Or. Edema; even ft\MM allcrcvcry jcnowfc remedy h»d tDflli failed, tbl* »- nowned blood P||Mlin remedy hM_»- mored the dl«- I 1 1 vlll eaficenUrcly. Yo« cannot afford to risk the burmlnll effect* of »«»• gnanuitced purely table, contain Irjg no ilraf or mineral of miy kind. Send forourtrcaiiseop. CO.. Atl»DU,G». A LADY'S TOILET Is not complete without an ideal Combines every element of beauty and purity. It is beautifying-, soothing, healinc, healtk- ] J ful, an^ harmless, and when,' ' rightly used, is invisible. A. most' delicate and desirable protection to the face in this climate; Znsift upsn h*Tiag th* :rr is f cs SALE EVEITW»:K,

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