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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 22, 1896
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Gladness Comes W i t ith a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys- iMlills, which vanish before proper ef farts— gentlo efforts— plcasantefforts- MMy -directed. There is comfort in tSe knowledge, that so many forms of •fckness are not due to any actual <lis- we but simply to a constipated cond- Sn of the system, which the plcasnia fcBiilY laxative,' Syrup of Pigs, prompt- to removes. That is why it is the only XnVedy with millions of families, and is iwrywhere esteemed so highly by a: who value Rood health. Its bench ciul Sects are due to the fact, that it is the me remedy which promotes internal •leanlincss without dobihtat^fr the mans on which it acts. It is therefore mUimportant, in order to get its bone- •eial effects, to note when yon pur- Chase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by tuc Cali- 'fomia FiR % VU P Co. only and sold by •U reputable druggists: M in the enjoyment of good hcaltli, •ad the system 'is regular, laxatives or otter remedies are then not needed, If •fllctcd with any actual disease ;, one be commended to the most skillful aicians, but if in need of a laxative. should have the best, and with the wVll-informed everywhere, byrup of i stands highest a.nd is most larffclj i and »ives most proncr.il satisfaction. «,,> Keep Cool by Using THE KELLY Shower Bail) RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose j8 Express id, 20c. Prevents Wetting Head Floor or Walls. Hornless Wuter Closets. Send Icr Catalogue frost Proof Wiitcr Closets, felt-ictmu Wuter Closets, Kelly Stop anil Waste CocK, THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. 301 Madison Street, Chicago. FIRST GRAND EXCURSION -TO-NIAGARA FALLS AND TORONTO, Wednesday, July aand. "BIG FOUR" ROUTE. T>.« bomilntlty or these excursions has been greater e^snl-c^HnK sninni-r. The wonders of the "J'V.ls" nevar cease. Oar pairoaa In lorm- er jears know tho excellent (iiialitj of these "3IK your" excursions, as this lino Is the direct natural route to tho -Falls" via Buffalo anil the accommodations superb. SolW train* of Elegant Coaches and Pario: Curs run tt)rrra K 'J without change, and Wngner Sleeplns Car NEW STATE SEALS. IJTyomlns nnd Utah Hnvc Recently n»d ! Tholm Mmle. The suites ot Wyoming- nnd Utah have recently had their seals made, and are now affixing them to all public 'documents emanating- from the governor or secretory of state, says the Washing-ton National Tribune. That of Wyoming represents a pedestal showing 1 on the front an eagle rusting: »P<» a shield. Upon the shield are engraved a star, nnd the figure "-14," being- the number of \Yyoming in the order of admission to statehood. Standing upon the pedestal is tho drnped figure, of a woman modeled after the statue of "Tho Victory" nt the Louvre, from whose wrists hang the links of a.broken chain. In the right hand she holds a staff, from which floats a banner bearing tbe words "Equal Rights." This suggests the political position of a woman in this state. On cither side of the pedestal, 'standing- nt its base, are figures tvpifying the live stock and mining industries of Wyoming. Behind the pedestal, and' in tho bock- ground, arc two pillars, each supporting a lighted lamp, signifying the light of knowledge. Around the pillars supporting these lamps arc scrolls bearing the words "Live Stock," "Grain," "Mines" nnd "Oil." At the base of the pedestal in front, are the figures "ISCO." "1SOO." the former signifying the or- ganisation of the territory of Wyoming and the latter the tlate of its admission to statehood. The seal of the state of Utah is well composed. An eagle holds in its claws six arrows and n Norman shield. TJiis shield bears a hive on a pedestal, about which the bees are humming. The word "Industry" is 1 emblazoned across tlie top of the shield and the figures "1S47" arc shown nt, the lower point. Behind the shield are crossed two flags of the United States. Around the outer edge of the shield are the words: "The Great Seal of the State of Dtah, 1500." QUEER CASE OF WIFE SWAPPING Keeping a Contract Entered Into Ten Yenrn Aco. John Krubelman, of Cass county, Mich., was married the other day in La Grange county, Ind., to the divorced wife, of William Ilecklyman, of Monroe cou-nty, 0. Krubelman nnd Hecklymau were 'both suitors for tbe hand of Corn Huggins, a pretty country girl, who was at a. loss to decide which one she preferred for a husband. The sequel was an unusual compact, bjMhe terms of which she agreed to marry Heckly- man and live with him ten years as his wife, when Krubelman, .if he was living, was to become her husband. Heclilvman went west and obtained a divorce, as did also Krubelman, and this afternoon Mrs. Krubelman became Mrs. Hccklyman and Mrs. ITecklyman became Mrs. Krubelinan. Selling Cutter bT the Yard. In several European countries butter is sold bv the yard. The rolls are i yard in length, and are sold in sections to suit ptirchnserr-.. ^_ We art anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleasant- cr 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 fol low neglected colds.—Juo. M. Johnston. The Democrats o£ Hush county hcli ;i big rarilk'rtlion nieol.iug al Rwliv Saturday mid endorsed the uoiuiim t,i.on or Bryan and Sewall. awl rojoiwi cm.".- the victory of free silver. Uncle Sum S<ind» the Soldier Boy* Tholr Thvi Thirteenth United States iul'an- ;ry, stationed at Fort Niagara, X. Y... lias made an innovation in its methods o£ trunsportingthismonthly remittance pay t.he command from I/?wis1ou to tho'post. For years it has been cus- onviry for the officials in Washington 0 forward .the necessary amount to •pay the troops to Lewiston, a small -iliagc on the Now York Central railroad, I- 1 ••.tut seven miles from Niagara "alls. .-t. this point it. w:us mot. by a ...-toil from Uic post and transported to headquarters in a large covered rvngon having six seats,, and in which the escort rode. But the advent of ths bicycle a.nd its growing jxipularity have ivrought a change which, in army circles, 'is most notable. A few days ogo when the remittance arrived nt Lewiston it was met at the station by Lieut. M. McFarlaml and an escort of six men, consisting ot Seixt, George Cool, ot Company H, Privates lianch. Moon, Hose, Gooser, of Company C, nnd Suiter, of Company TJ. They traveled by bicycles and were nrmi-d with Colt's ;s-o'nlii>er revolvers, securing the money package, which WI,E placed nn Lieut. McFarland's wheel, and they started on the return to the fort. Tho trip was i,de in about. 35 minutes, ar.-d all were (k-liHik'd with the new service. The road from Lowistor, to Fort Ntognra runs along one of the most beautiful portions of tho Niagara river. Ft is wooded at points, nnd the possibility of escaping to Canada by crossing the stream might tempt some bold highwaymen to attempt a hold-op of tho bicycle party, but they would find Hint the revolvers of t.hn regulars an' carried for business and that they know how to uso them effectively. They DUIIkocI tho ciitvor. A farmer in Strong. Mi'., has discovered a way to keep the crows from his •orn. After IK- plowed t.he land he strewed corn about in a few places, which was pi::ked up by th« crows. He then strewed some more corn that had been soaked in water in which was dissolved strychnin';. This was eaten by tin; c'rows'and shortly after he never heard such a cawing in his life before. They seemed to be holding a caucu:;, and evidently decided thai, the corn was not good, for he has not seen a. crow on that, corn fir-Id siner 1 . The Hiirder-Haiter Mlni-ug Coraixwiy of Chicago imported miners to Star City Friday to t:U;e the strlikcrs' places, hut nt :i ma-ss meet.iiig Saiturday tha strikers prevailed on them lo pivo uj) rhei'.i' positions. TWO LIVES SAVED. ' Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of .function City,IU..wa<5 told hy her doctors she had coiistunpHon ami thait Uicrc was no hope for her. but two bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery completely cured her, niul she says it saved her life. Mr. T.hos, Effgw*. 130 Florida, St.. S;in Fi-anoisco-, suiTcred from' n. dreartCul cold, .i!i-)pre»ieh.ing coneiimpvion. tried witliout rcsiiM; evcrj-tlunar eke Uien lion.rrht cue boltlc <>£ Dr. Kiupr's New Discovery nnd -hi two weelcs was cured. He is Mini-ally thankful. It is such rosnUs, of which these are samples, tliat prove the Wonderful rosnll.*, of which these are samples, Hint prove the wonderful olTieney o.f tins medicine in eoughs nnd cold?. Free trifll Dottles at B. F. Kees-lJing'e! dnig store. n.ei;ul:'iv slveHOe and .'JLOCi. BEES SWARM IN PHILADELPHIA. Attract Attention In » l»u»y Street OB the Fourth of July. "That's soinct.'liiiiff you dont often ECC in this city," remarked a man standing on the north side of Market street about six o'clock, to a Philadelphia 1'ublic Ledger reporter. He was one of a group of possibly 20 pedestrians, and every one in the group was gazing with /interest "t the c'.irious and unusual sight of a large swarm of bees which, IhVongb some strange miscihimcc i" (heir migration over the housetops had dropped into one of the city's busiest, thoroughfares about 11 o'clock on the Fourth"of .Tnl.v, and alighted on the window sill n-f u wholesale boot and hhoe store. There they crawled over each other, n. great black mass of buzzing insects. Before long the unexpected visitors created quite a commotion in the neighborhood, nnd various attempts were m»:le to capture them, but without success. Thoroughout Sunday t.he bees remained in front of the same, storr. Policeman Lilley said that'he was on the site when they unexpectedly swept down from over the housetops. Thev came, he said, from the southeast, and made such a nolsu as they descended (hat a Mrs. Lipman, whose husband deals in fireworks near by, was ^ no frightened when she saw -them coming that she hurriedly took refuge within rloors. ACTOR MANSFIELD PAYS A FINE. A»iie»nr!<l Ton Dolt»rn tor Violating the New York Bicycle Ordinance. Ixichar.-] Mansfield nnd Magistrate Mott, of New York, met the other day in the Yorkville police court. The encounter was not especially cordial. The r.ctor assumed the role perforce of .1 prisoner at the bar. The trial was not 'by jury, but as Mr. Mansfield afterward described it: "By George, Mr. Mott is u plain-spoken man." Mr. Mansfield's arraignment was the sequel to his arrest by Policeman Monab'an, of the Con- li-al park squad, for riding his bicycl,: around the Casino course. As the casj was called Mr. Mansfield stepped forward. :ind was about to avoid the rail, which had been besmeared with the grasp of vagrants, when a court officer "•Hided him to it und informed him politely that he would have to stain! there until his case was disposed of. Magistrate Mott glanced at Mr. Jla,n.s- r,dd and said: "Humph!" Then, turning to Mouahan, he listened to ih? pc licemiin's story. Mansfield made explanation that he "had been sick- an-I v.-as also near-sighted, nnd 'that, any offense- he mifrlit he guilty of was unintentional. Tlui magistrate informed t he- actor that what he had said wi;s nil Jot of "rot." and that he r-oukl conn himself lucky to gel off with n. fin-i n tr- dollars. 'The ficc wr.s paid. V S , rates, time of , etc., call on or address nearest agent , BIG FOUR ROUTE. E. O. McCormick, Pass. Trnlllc llgr. D. B. Martin. tienl. Pass. It Ticket Apt | - FOR THE BLOOD, NERVES, LIVER •> KIDNEYS. B. B. B. cured me of a bail Liver and Kidney Trouble. Yours, . Jo;'.>"-Si'icj liul. IBB B B are purely vegetable. Put up in ca^ules,sixty in a box. {Thirty days' treatment In a box. | ?;-iuu *! por box, or six for $5. I Manufactured by H. C. BRAQO, I Cor.hersvSIIc, In:!. For anlb by ull druggists. Persons who have a cousins every nlglit, on account oC a tickling sensation in the throat, may overcome It nt once by a dose of One Minute Cough Cure.— Jno. M. Johnston. • Y Iji" bit-ydi- liiel.moud AUK- mond moot, the limit allowed by meet will be held at •'• ^ will be n dia- into being up to the the .1- A. AY. Xhc Knox comily rrjipulists eenir.-il co.iniii.Ktee hold a moetjng at Vitieeiuies Sittnrilay ami passed rosolnlSons nppo«- jn s the eiulorwt'ineu.t: of BIT™ mid the inn. "Wake ap, Jacob, day la breaking!" so said DeWi'tt'u Little Early Klser to the man wno naa mKcn them to arouse h!a sluggish llver.-Jno. M. Johnston. Silas M. Shoplmvd says that not more tlum five of the liudiautv Populist dele- Cation of fliu'ty t« St. Louis coaTCUTio;; are opposed to the emlm-sement of Wrvam. -K^-ut • mmnM^tT-*^'^^ v^jt^^^H^* »o-> ••«»•••• X0« 1JA-K BV 1!. F. KKESLIXG, Druggist. D. & C. SUMMER SERVICE TO MACKINAC. Their new steel passenger steamers «e In commission, making four trips per week between Toledo, Detroit, Macklnac, Soo, Petoskey, Dulnth. If , , you are contemplating a summer outing •end 3c stamp for Illustrated .pamphlet. lddres» A. A. SCHANTZ, G. T. A. Detroit, Mlcli. Small in size, but great In results. DeWitt's Llittle Early Risers act gently but thoroughly, curing indigestion, dyspepsia o.nd constipation. Small pill, safe pill, best pill. Robert Meadows svnd Edward Boyle, two young boys of Indianapolis, drove Into TVWte river beyond their depth Saturday night and were drowned. • . N KRVOU8 Troubles are due to ^npoverishcd blood. Hood'* Sw- Mparilla is the One True Blood Purifier and NERVE TONIC. Pass the good word- along the linn. Piles can be quickly cured without An operation by simply applying DeWitt's Witch Hnzel Salve.-Jno. M. Johnston. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world loi cuts, brnlsea, sore?; ulcers, salt rheum, fever »oree, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains corns and nil'skin eruptions and posl- tlTely cures piles or'no pay required. It Is .guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents, per' box. For sale by B. P.; Keesllng. ' • . Ronald Ba-hringor, the 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs; Henry Bnbrlnger of Michigan City; -was seriously Injured Saturday by being run over by an Ice wagon on which -he -bad been stealing a iMe. OLD PEOPLK. Old peo]ile who rocinift: nied-lciuo lo Kulii-to the bowels n.ml Kidneys will find tin.' true fomedy In Electric Bitters. This inedk'ijie does-not st.Lniula.to and conunns no whfekey nor other Intoxi- uvs, bvit acts as u tocito nnd alterative. acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, addhi},' strenfrth and giving to.ne to il.hc organs, 1'herehy aklln.s nature in the ptM-.roi-mancc of the function.';. Electric BLliters is an excellent .-ippclixer and aid-i di«c«t'ion. Old People nnd it just exiiclily what tihey. need. Price fifty cents and ¥1.00 per bottle at B. F. Kees- llnsr's drus store. Oil or <;.irllc In Consnmption. !->:-i-ntial oil of garlic has been used to cure consumption by Dr. Scjouniet of Kevin, in t.he Ardennes. Mixed with 200 limns its weight of sterili/ed olive oil it w:is injected under tlif skin. p;-o- ducin!> n marked improveincnl. in the 3C patients on whom it was t.ricd. WIIEREVIJU MALAKIA EXI'STS Tho bilious .-iiro d-:s ccrliiin prey. la i tei-m.itteiit and remrtte.iit fever, dti.ml.i- a«iie find ague cake, the liver is always scr.ioii.sly affected, nnd the Wood eon- taminaled with bile. Oue of '.he cliiet reasons why ITostelter's Stomach Bif- tc:-s i> such a sure defense against, chub- :vnd- fever mid every form of malaria diiseasc. is, tlKit it docs away wkh liabil ily to the disease, by rofonniug irreg iihiritiy of the billai-j- organ in advance of the" arrival of the season when tin. disease is prevalent. There is no visit ing or cinigraiting to a locality wlicrt no nuiasnia taint exists. There is no certain hmmiujty from disejisc in at aiidoti.iic or epido,mi.e form, to be so cured by Hie use of Mie average lonJw tuid anii-spasmodics. But where rjni nine fails tin; Bitters succeeds both ii in-eventing nnd curing. Moreover, 51 to moves every vestige of dyspepsia, am overcomes constipation,ihonmatism, i» activity of (lie kidneys and bladder, an tranquiliKc* and strensthens the norv ous system. Tlite Ijody o.f MiK« l-'sinnle Tlawes r>t TJtica. who was drowned in- the Ohio river Thursday, was found Saturday on the bank of Hie river. PLAN YOUR SUMMER OUTING XOW-GO TO PICTURESQUE ' MACKINAC VIA THB COAST LINE, It only costs $13.50 from Detroit, |15.50 from Toledo, $18.00 from Cleveland for the round trip, including meals and berths. One thousand's miles of lake ride on new modern steel steamers for the above ratea. Se»d 2c for illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. SCHANTZ. G. P. A. Detroit, Mich. Burglars.entered. the.posfofEce' at Mitchell Saturday, night and took about ?450 in' stamps' anfl $50 in money- • IS BENEVOLENT. Mrs. Hetty Greon Sho-wn Up In a Now Inatftncci Where She linn Given ct Hoi Abundant Mcaiin, Jtut Site Wants the Whole MuiU;r Kept a Secret. At CUe conclusion of a nnific:il.lon m<;i;t.mg of Dcmac-ratf :nld Populists at Sluslbyvillo S,-it.nrdiiy iriglft :v crowd of youus men IwjKin to yell lor McKinloy •Mid ;i iTt'O-roixilil mix-up resulted, which wii-s MiTfcd into a drug store, re- sultitns in the lfl?.* «>f :' vnhwWc pvv- Sfri]lt.!0.tt Cast. When we consider that the intestines are aboSt five times as long aa the body, we can realize the intense suffering experienced when they become ioilcuned. DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure subdues inflammation at once and completely removes the difficulty.—Jno. M. Johnston. Glass workers of Harviird are great'preiwrattons for tlm'lr fourth an- mml carnival to be held this month. The rain-fall at Valparaiso for fourteen liours has been. 2.79 luiches. It would be hard to convince a man .infferlng from bilious colic that his agony Is due to a mlscrobe with an un- pronouncable name. But one dose of Piles. can' De: qolckly operation by Blmp : ly. applying DBWltt'a Wttcb Sa'zel Salre.-^fha M. John'Btbn. Anton Otto, who for a long time lints conducted a tailoring establishment at Edlnburg.-has while Jackson.a laborer, of Lebanon, on the Big Four track passing train, eonvtace him of its power to afford -Instant relief. It klUs : paIn.-.Tobn M.Jolin- •ton. ' At a mcetlnp of a woman's club; at Miincie Saturday the members adopted the present juctu^wr ~- — - by. placing poetere on telegrajijb poles nnd like conspicuous : place*. resolutions . denouncing metliods of ndvertistng 11, has been said by iiK.'.iy who were supposed to bo in a position to know what •licy were miking- about,, and by many who pivti'nci <o Ne fully conversant ith thv hahils of Ik-tty Green, Ibe inultirjilliunaire, that .fihe was very > iijui in.'ir.irions.. A Hlory told by u V\- 0 0!ftPr pi-eaclier. i.io\rc\i.-r, proves the facts in tlie L-.-I.-X: lo be diiTercnt. Ac- cordinfT 10 the ]irtaehr,T, v/hosc.reliabil- ity is unquestioned, many u poor boy hi-s reooiver 1 ! a good start in life from ihe very woman who has ix-eu so slightingly g|.ioktii O.f. Tin: minister referred to savs that Mrs. (Ireen doesn't care to h:i've her good deeds made known,.and for that reason she has pot-ten a rather unsavory reputation. In proof of his opinion he tells a story of how n missionary and his family were aided in a time of need by Mrs. Grean. Rev. S. Hall, pas to i- of tlie University eliureh of Wooster, 0., was for ten years _ missionary explorer in Alaska, He and Dr. Miner, the well-known mistion- urv, did mor.i toward opening: the eyes of'tbe world to the beauties of Alaska than any other people who ever visited our far-away possession. He tells tbe following story: "While working in Alaska as a missionary he experienced the want of many things, sometimes including- the bare necessities of life. He wrote to a friend of his and told him his condition. At the same time he. urged the friend to keep tlu- matter secret. The missionary was very much surprised to find a very heavy box awaiting his disposition at the tilling post on his next visit to 1 that place, and was more surprised on opening it. to find provisions, money and clothing. The express charges on the box were- prepaid, and it was with joy that the missionary finally got the box to his rude home, where, with his wife, he mor.s closely examined it. The «on- tents of the box were probably worth, several hundred dollars. "Upon, returning-to the states Rev. Mr. Hal! expected to hear that, the missionary board had sent the box, but he soon found out his mistake. They knew noihing abo.it it. For some time he was ki-pt in ignorance of his unknown bwiefnelor, but later found out through accident that it was Mrs. Hetty Green. Of course, he was profuse in his thanks, but Mrs. Green told him that all she. wanted in return was to have him keep the whnle matter a secret," BURGLARS ARE HUMOROUS. lint Tlicy I-ackcd .Indemcnt on Question of What In Iran Value- Uurgl.irs with a broad sense of humor but with no knowledge of the comparative value of things broke into the flat Of W. J. Mcfiridc,' Xo. 341 Hudson avenue Chicago, the other afternoon. All the members of the family were away when the thieves entered theback door by means of a skeleton key. One of {hi;'visitors' acts was to strew Luc contents of all the bureaus over the floor from back door to parlor window. They carefully festooned the chandeliers, the door knobs and the mirrors witr. I'.mlerclo'-hing. Then they turn-id their attention to the. bees. The mnt- trcsscs were piled in the middle of a floor. The burglars ihcn visited all the closets, taJJ.-ifT clown uvery box which they oom.air.ed and strewing- the oou- tcuts in parallel :inos over the carpels. making c.heeker-boai-d squares with whnt had been pulled out, of f-ha w- j-ea-us. Out of one oC \,Ue closets a viiJisc filled with clean shirts was pnll'.'d. It w:i« put. on a dismantled bed, and. though it was unlocked, it was torn open? Tbe shirts were put on 1-he lloor at eusy stcppiujr distance apart and the frcshly-Ptarched. prlossy bosoms were walked or, with a determined and dirty tread. The thieves gathered up a lot of so'ia sil verwa re—-f n HI Hy silver—consisting " f spoons and forks.' This they put on a couch and carof'.illy covered it. v.p, and then left it behind (.hem', while with rare, discrimination they took- several stick-pins, which were plated. They took several gold rinp-s and left behind two new .$100 bicycles, a (lute at ffreat vahie'ri.rid a cosily camera, besides new cl'dth'injr.-'of-'aH'kinds, A P air °f ffold- bbwe'd spectacles was taken, the thieves removing the plasses and placing- them on the kitchen.stove. TO LEAVE AMERICA. En«ll»h T»cht Valkyrie to I»» Taken Back to the Clyde. At last this country. is to be rid of the Enfrlish yacnt Valkyrie; which has been the subject of so mnny and so divers rumors ever since the racing fiasco last fall. She is to be taken back to England, tinder the orders of the earl of Dunraven, who is still her owner. The skipper, Capt,. W. .T. Dixon. who is to return her to the Clyde, came over on.the American liner St. Louie, which arrived the other nipht. Capt. Dixon said: "I nave been sent over to take the Valkyrie back to England, acd shall Iea»c here as soon as I can .jet her stores on board. We shall proceed at-"orice to the Clyde, where she will be.iaulcd out' and' put in racinf? trim. IfeTic. caft'be pot rea<3y in.'time, she will be seen .m the Cowes regatta, against' the German emperor's new yocht, the Meteor, and the. Britannia. If she Is not ready for that regatta, she will be-.<iken Jo' the Mediterranean for the races there." ' 'Tick Plaroe, '••A"itiok plagTie is prevalent in the neighborhood of TownJsville, Queena- land, and cattle are reported to be dy- i fag by hnndwds.daJJy. ; ..,. ^•• ; Th«"«lifleren'ce'between"winter Jtrifl •pring wheat is merely a matter of cnl- "With Hood'sSarsspa- •• | | tilla," Sales Talk," and • gf_ | ff show that this medi- • ** • •» cine has enjoyed public confidence and patronage to a greater extentthanaccord- ed any other proprietary medicine. This is simply because it possesses greater merit and produces greater cures than any other. It is not what we »ay, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story. All advertisements of Hood's Saisaparilla, like Hood's Sarsaparilla it- gelf, are honest. We have never deceived the public, p.nd this with its superlative medicinal merit, is why the people have abiding confidence in it, nnd buy Hood's Sarsaparilla Almost to the exclusion of all others. Try it Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Ixwell, Mass. — —~~~ are the only pills to take 'S PlIIS wltb Hood's Sarsaparilla. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. Tte inperlor accommodations given tte |r «it number of patrons of tbe above .rain durine the past tourist season, »m.rrants tho announcement of plans ;»r nest season of finer service with •fjnlpment superior to anything yet onown In transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-inauguration of •SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset Houte" in connection with the "Queen ind Crescent Route" are running tbe inly line of through tourist Pullman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening.for Los Angeles and Ian Francisco. These excursions are specially con- incted, and the object is b; enable those «fbo do not care to buy tbe first-clas*. round trip or one way tickets, to enjoy » comfortable ride with sleeping car •rlvileges and no change of cars at the rery low second-class rate. For further Information, address VT. 3. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. S. P. Jo., Cincinnati, O. Vf. G. NEIMYER. G. W. Agt. S. P. to., Chicago, 111. S. F. MORSE, G. P. * T. Apt. S. P. .«o.. New Orleans, La. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 23th' and continuing antil about Sept. 30tb the steamers of ihls line will make two trips each way tolly between St. Joseph and Chicago, »n the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. and 10:30 p. m., daily, including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 11:30 p. m., daily, including Sunday. Estra trips-on Saturday leave St. Joseph at 8 a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Banning time across lake 4 hours. Tri-weefely steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St Joseph Monday, Wednesday. »nd Friday evenings. Tbe equipment of .this line Includes tbe. side wh'eel steamers City of Chicago md City ot Milwaukee (the largest and Snest west of Detroit), and tbe newly, rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with a» f andalla trains. Tickets on sale at all fandalia Line stations. Chicago dock feot of Wabash avenue. ,T. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Bcnton Harbor, Mich. joing For A Lake Trip? You'll fully en joy all if y ou toko one of tno ARE niCHIGAN AMD LAKE SUPERIOR - TRAHSPORTATION CO'S •LEGANT STEAMSHIPS. Salllngf between ChicigowidI

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