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resp$!i!S^^ Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nntuvc of the many phys- ftNlins, which vanish before proper effort*— ccntlo efforts— pleasant efforts- SkOv directed. There is comfort in blcnowledgc, that so many torra^ot to any actual dis- tipa wmoves. That is why it is fl.eonly dy with mlllionsof families, and it where esteemed so higl'ly by all ne pood health. Its beneUa.al tToro due to the fact, that it is the remedy which P^otcs intcrr-al nlincs/ without deb.l tot™ « e ID CSS WllllVl" V4«-"«*«vv" " P «mn» oa which it acts. It is therefore Sffanportant, in order to get its bene- SSia effects to note when you pur- Sie, that you have the genuine nrti- STwhich is manufactured by the Cali- Jwnlt Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by *Ureputable druggists. v ,«. If in the enjoyment of good health tho system is regular, laxative!, or erromedies ore then not needed. If ot«(l with any actual disease, one rbc, commanded to the most skillful lans, but if in need of a laxative, erald have the best, and with the -Mil-informed everywhere. Syrup 01 JHfiatands highest nnd is most largely —^i and Rives most general satisfaction. Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Shower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose ta f xjurss m, 55c- Prevents Wetting Bea<l Vloor or Walls. ' •""' Bcrnlers Water Closets. '....;-"" Stud for Calalotcne Pioot Water CIcMt*. Felt-ictlM Water Closets. Kellf Stop and Wrote Cock. TWOS. KELLY & BROS., Me. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. THE LOCAL. NEWSPAPER. An Important Factor ID the Tragm* at tuxuUer Cltlet nnU Iown«. The importance of supporting tho local newspaper is' not felt as keenly as it should be by the dwellers in the smaller cities and towns. The newspaper Is in reality na'Jmpovtant a factor in. local prosperity as tlie church. Its influence is brought to bcnr for the benefit of its locality in many ways that the church does not compass. The intelligence "and relative position of one town ns compared with others is to be accurately gauged by tlic quality of its newspapers and the amount of confidence th<-y inspire. The newspapers of a town usually present pood evidence of the moral standard which'governs it; for _ that newspaper which give* its .constituency what that constituency demands is of the only kind which has stability. A town which con show a well-supported newspaper, means a town whose inhabitants arc quick-witted people of keen active interest in what concerns them and their neighbors, while one in which a newspaper drags out wearily generally argues itself the abode of people with sluggish livers or torpid temperaments, to whom the world presents little interest beyond the limited rouge of experience immediately bounded by their own senses. The excuse which is sometimes of-, fercd that, the local paper is not of sufficient, interest to warrant the expenditure of the small price of its subscription, should avail thaso shortsighted moles nothing. Such people jhould be told to patronize the home "industry and foster its growth toto__a more pretentious affair by their encouragement. Newspaper men are not slow to respond to encouragement; in 09 cases out of 100 their hearts are. to thcLr work and they need but the sign Of a disposition towards it to call forth their "best efforts. The newspaper's status in a town is an index to most o£ those qualities by which one judges of its desirability as n plocu of residence and its commercial prosperity. It is the positive duty of every man to help make his town known, increase its prestige and add to its reputation of being a live, wide-awake place, by subscribing to the local newspaper.— Newspaper Makc.r. MARRIAGE OF MARSHAL NEY, JtJTnulo £} FOR THE BLOOD, NERVES, LIVER —AND — KIDNEYS. 4 B. B. B. B. cured us. B. C. Taylor and wife, T. J- Imel, Jacob Hebel, James Brazier, Dave Ball. JLoganspont, Ind. 4 B B B B are purely vegetable. pat up in capsules, sixty in a box. Thirty days' treatment In a box. Price »1 per box, or six tot $5. . Manufactured by H. C. BRAOQ, Coanor»vlll«, Ind. For sale by all druggists. POZZONFS 80MPLEXIOH POWDER s.^ PM AHM TMrtj Y«tr», Experience , : Iliavothcbwt 'I' Bnln and Nerve Tonic An Ac«mnt o( tho Event from »a Annt of tbe Drlde. Hortense contributed to the marriage of Egle, with Oen.'Xey. Egle hesitated •orno time before giving her consent to this union, solely from the fear of being the companion of a warrior• who would be 60 often exposed. Still, his .rreat bravery and the frank and open character which had distinguished him had inspired her with great, esteem. The demand for her hand had been mode, nnd Egle had asked her father for eight days to consider it. He had consented, and was in doubt as to the determination of his daughter when a very natural incident decided the question A guest who was dining with M. Augule spoke of the high promise of Key and referred to one engagement where this- brave general had seven horses killed under him. "tthat did you say, sir?" said Egle, with vivacity. "He had 13." M. Auguie nuked-his daughter if this exclamation was a consent. She blushed nnd nald nothing. Tho same evening he asked her if he could inform Mme. Bonaparte, who had been charged with the demand by the general, of her consent; she did not object, and their marriage was soon concluded. The marriage took place at t-M Chateau de.Qrignon. Only *tev™n invited .Hortense, then married to Louis Bonaparte, was the only lady present outside of the family. (Of the two witnesses for Egle—two particular friends of her father—alas! one . . . voted, for the death of the brave marshal.) The band of on* of the regiments of the general was .placed for a week at the Chateau de Grignon; the park was illuminated; all the inhabitants of tho neighboring hamlet were admitted to enjoy the fete, which continued for two days. The general adored, his pretty companion, and joy gave him a radiant air: but how much we were touched when, upon the day the nuptial benediction was given in the chapel of the chateau, we saw him leading an old. shepherd and his wife whom he had discovered on the farm of the chateau, and who at that time; according to Catholic usage, had to celebrate by a lecond marriage the 50th year of their union! He had had each completely dressed in the fashion of. their province. —Mme. Campan, in Century. —it is'on. inevitable law thot a man cannot be happy unless he lives .for something.higher than his own happi- ness.—Bulwcr. Last summer one of, our grandchildren was slot with a severe bowel trouble Our doctor's, remedies bad failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very speedy relief. We regard it aii.the best medicine ever pot on the market for bowel complaints-Mrs. E. G. Gregory, Frederlckstown, Mo. This certainly Is the best medicine ever put on the market for, dysentery, summer complaint, colic and cholera iufan- tum In children. It. never falls to give prompt relief wbeu used In reasonable time and the plain printed directions are followed.. Many mothers have expressed their sincere gratitude for the cores It has effected. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, druggist. While frieml.s_jvejo celebrating the woddUng of Mia? Cora Fish, and Wallace Stewart, at Ingalls, many of them were prostrated by eating ice cream. Several of the women faLuied and there w-.s much alarm but none of the patients appeared to be alarmingly pros•il. except a young man named „.,..tKer. For several hours his condition was apparently hopelew. • Mrs Rhodle Noah, of this place, was taken in the nlpM with cramping pains nnd the nest day diarrhoea set In. She took half a bottle of blackberry cordial but got no relief. She then scut to me to see '!f I had anything that would help her. I sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and tho first dose relieved her. •Vnother ot our neighbors had been sick for about a week and had tried different remedies for diarrhoea 'but kept getting worse. I sent him this same remedy. Only four doses of It were required to cure him. He says he owe* his recovery to this wonderful remedy. -Mrs. Mary Slbley, Sidney, Mich. For sale by B. F. Keesllu;, druggist. Articles of Incorporation for the Richmond Oil and Gas Company have been filed The capital stock la $30,000 and the stockholders are: J. S. Zeller. .las. McNeil, D, K. Keller, L. C. Hcithaus and H. K. Johns all ot Richmond and .T. S. Tutley of Bryant, Ind. Each Marttnd Sliteen C«nt«. "The other evening at the place at which I cat," said Assistant Secretary of State Tim- Stover, "while we were cntinp supper one of the incandescent electric lightp wont out- Examination showed Hint the wire in it was broken. " 'There,' said the lady olUhe house, 'I'D havo to get a new globe.' " 'That means 23 cents,' I said. " 'Sixteen rents' corrected a young •]ndy stenographer fora downtown firm whosatatthelnble, " 'That's st.ra.ngo,' I remarked, 'Wo tret them by the barrel at the statehouse uncl have to pny 23 cents for thorn.' " 'Hint's just the way the stntegets cheated,' persisted the young \v/>man. 'TVu only pay 10 cenls for thorn at our office. Thoy cnn't fool us, for the price is pasted oil the glass '10.' "She hnd seen the candle-power mark."--Topol<a State Journal. Uetruyotl l>y Her l.ookn. Bicycla Girl—1 completed my first century yesterday. Hobson—You look it. "Oh—ah. I mean that's a splenflid record for such a young rider ns yon." —Philadelphia Inquirer. A Practical Oneitlon. Mr. Fitfg—Tommy. U hcor you hare been telling.'.ies. I never told lies when f woa your nffe. Tommy—When did you begin, pnwT —Indianapolis Journal. THE IDEAL PANACEA. Jnmi* K Francis, Alderman, Chicago sny«- "I regard Dr. Kiuz's -New Discovery as an Ideal Panawi for cough.', colds and lung complaints, having used it in my family for the last five years, to tho exclusion of physician's prescription,, or other preparations. Rev John Burgns, Keokufc Iowa, writes"! have been a Minister of the Methodist Episcopal church for 50 years or more, and Have never found anything so beneficial or that gave me such speedy relief a* Dr. Kins'* New Discovery." Try this Weal Cough Remedy now. Trial Bottlos Free at B. T. KecsllDg's drug store. CUPID'S BIU. OF FARE. Newly-Wedded Couple Le»ve It In » Chl- c»go EallnK Hoaio- If Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Kaber- lah will return an olejrnnily engraved document conljiiniug sundry references to soup, C'lim-e-. :ir.d dcssorls 10 n certain Madison street restaurant they will,, if the Clii.-ns-u Tribune tells the truth, be ft'tw >" exchange another document fully ns handsome, covered with e:)0ing doves nnd lovers' knots, nnd clasped hands, and such things, nnd signed by a preacher and two witnesses. Owing to the fact that :ove was still suffering from defective eyesight, Mr. Kaberlah and his blushing companion made a litt<fc mistake after dinner •• Induced by the ut>e of coco, opiate or narcotic compounds in bad, decidedly bad. They undermine honit.h and shatter the constitution and the patient is steadily growing into a worse condition—often resulting in the terrible slavery and misery of the cocaine and opium habit. Sleep induced by the use of Hood's Sarea- psrilla does not perhaps come aa quickly, but it conies more surely and more permanently through nature's gre«t restoring and rejuvenating channel—purified, vitalized and enriched blood. This feed, the nerves with life-giving energy »nd builds up the system »nd conntitution from the very foundation ol »11 health and llfe-the blood-pure, rich, red blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla Jj the One True Blood Furlfler. All drugglata. II. Poison' Ivy, insect bites, bruises,. scalds, burns, are quickly cured by V>«.- TVitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great pile cure.— .Tno. M. .Johnston. .T Wallace MUIer, editor of the Cayuga Herald, has been sued by M-nr- sh-il Holmes of -Voedesbu-rg: for $",000 on account of an allcsed article published. Frank Harding, of the 11 rm of Hani- Ing & Harding, of Wostport. was attacked by a huge mastiff belonging to the firm, which forced h'.m to the floor, and seizing hi* hand In its mouth,, stripped off the flesb from the thumb. Mr Harding arm beg;.n swelling at once, all feeling disappeared, aiwl his condition gives much anxiety. ••Boys, will'be boys," but-you can't afford to lose any of them. Be ready for the green apple season by having DeWltt's Colic & Cholera Cure in tho housc.-.Tno. M. Johnston. j R Johnston, of Hartford,City; J. E Van Den-enter, of Anderson; and J. H Johnson, of Dunkirk w«U represent the Western Window-glass. Manufacturers' Association In the conference wl.Ui..rhe I,. A. glass workers on-a wage scale tor the coinSng year. Many a~ day's work te lost by sick headache caused by indigestion and stomach trouWe* DeWltt's Little Early Risers arc the most effectual pill for overcoming such difficulties.-^. M. Johnston. ' A VALUABLE PRESCRIPTION. Editor Morrison of Wor.thinfitou, Ind. "Sun" writes "You have .1 valuable proscription In Electric Bitters, and I can cheerfully recommend It for Cou- sHpatlon nnd Sick Headache, and as a general system tonic It has no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle 2025 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all run down, could not cat nor digest food, had a backache, which never left her and felt •tired nnd weary, but six bottles of Electric Bitters restored Her health and renewed her strength'. Prices BO cents and $1.00. Get a bottle at B. F.' Kecs- .• ling's drug store. MACKINAC. .Their new rteel passenger steamer* «n in cwnmlwlon, making four trip* per 'week between Tole-lo, Detroit, jtackloac, soo, Vctoriey, Dnlntb. If jM are conteniplat]ng;»:sunrmer outing" - 2c stamp for illustrated pamphlet. A. A. BCHANTZ..G. P. A. .''•,-.,-, Detroit, Mich. WHAT CONSTITUTES A FAMILY MEDICINE? • A preparation which Is adapted to the relief and cure of ailments to which members of a household IB most subject nnd which Is not only alleged to do this, but has long and unfallllngly proved Its ability to do !t,. assuredly deserves the title of a reliable Ful)|Vy Medicine. Among time-honored preparations, which'experience and the sanction ot the medical profession'.Indicate as deserving of popular regard nnd confidence, is Hosteller's Stomach Bitters a medicine adapted .to the'eradlcation of dyspepsia, cwisttpatlon and. biliousness, the three most frequently occurred .ailments' that- vex .mankind. Derived, from a botanic parentage, It Is efficient as weiraa-pure and wholesome. .It relieve* nervoufdlwiulctnde and Inactivity of"the klndneys, arid counteracts a tendency to rheumatism. For renewing flagging 'strength and Imparting appetite It can l>e Implicitly rolled upon Fever arid ague rheumatism and debility are remedied by It. William Black, a bricklayer ot Hartford City, falls heir to $20,000 by tlie death of his father, Frank Black, a pa- Went found dea'd In bed In the Eastern India-mi Ipsa-nc Hospital a few days ago. The senior Black was an Inmate of that Institution, for fourteen years. The whole system Is drained; nnd undermined by Indolent ulcers and open sores DeWltfs Witch Hazel Salve speedily heals them. It 5s the best pile cure known.-Jno. M. Johnston. The residents of Adams are much alarmed over the death_of Frank H. Goff, after a short illness. The physicians diagnosed the case as tonsllltls, but others claim that it was block diphtheria. AH of the villagers were exposed before alarm was felt over the attack, ;it doesn't matter much whether sick • headiicie, biliousness, Indigestion and /constipation are caused by neglect or •'ijy. unavoidable circumstances;, DeWitt's Little Early Risers will speedily cure them all.-Jno. M. Johnston. The Rev. S. C. Fnlmer, pastor-of the church at MontpeHcr, has ac- PLAN YOUR SUMMER OUTING NOW-GO TO PICTURESQUE - MACKINAC VIA THB COAST LINE. It only cosU $13.50 from Detroit, 11560 from Toledo, $18.00 from Cleveland for the round trip, Including meals and berths. One .thousands miles of lake ride on new modern steel •teamers for the above rates. Se»d 2c for illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A. Detroit, Mich. If you have eyor seen, a little child In the agony of sumuior complaint you can realize the danger of the trouble; and"appreciate the value of instantaneous relief always afforded by DcWItrt, Colic & Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea it Is a reliable remedy.' We could not afford to recommend this ns a.cure unless It. were a cnrc.-.Tno. M. Johnston. Mrs Nellie Miller of Cincinnati,-corn- emitted sulpkle last Friday, by Jumping from the'suspension bridge into the Ohio river. Yesterday her dead body was found floating In the water at Madison. "BRING ME SOME BLISS." which mode some confusion- It was manifestly ar-noying to a guest at the restaurant to pick up the document that Mr. Kaberlah left and say to the Waiter:" . • -• • "Bring- me some bliss, a couple ot hearts, and half a turtle dove fried." As for Mr. Kaberlah'si friends they will be horrified when he innocently hands them his marriage certificate and thev read: "Clam chowder and shell-fish always in season. Complain of any inattention of waiter. Wine list on the last page. But as soon as Mr. Kaberlah discovers he has exchanged his marriage certificate for a restaurant bill of fare it is probable he will make on immediate exchange. Lat« diners at the restaurant were highly edified when they picked up a new-looking menu card and read: There In a bliss beyond all that Ihc mln.trel . \Vhen S two that are linked In one hcavcn- Wllh heart never changlnB and brow never Lovc'on through all 111" and love on till they die. Now that was discouraging for a real hungry man. Some- of the guests 'thought the verselet was thrown in for embellishment until they read on t~e next page: ., "It is notgood for mnn to live alone. "I will make an helpmeet for him. "In sickness and in health." "To love and to cherish," "Till death do us part." '.'According to God's holy ordinance. "And thereto I pledge thee my troth. On the front page of the booklet was a couple of turtle doves engaged in cooing 25 cooes amin.ute,iniditwas only on the' last page that a hint was thrown out that the'dovelets on the booklet were cooing: their satisfaction over the marriage of Mr. Knberlah. Finally, a-waiter, who had been sent by sarcastic' and hungry diners twice to the kitchen with orders for "turtle dove tongue with bliss sauce" got an idea something was wrong, and appealed to the manager,'who took possession of the new bill of fare, and pave i t to the cashier to put in the strong box until it should be called for. A MISSOURI FREAK. Boon* Couoty H«» : Prod<ic«t » t»mt> with Elfbt !.«>*«. Here is a lamb with eight legs. It is a Missouri\product and.lives oiid "gambols on the green" on the form of Smith D. Comas, of Boone county. With legs ot lamb and mutton, in demand in the city at good round prices for fat, juicy meat, a. lamb with eight legs is not to be despised. This is the first Iamb cost by the freak's dam and «he mode such a success that Mr. Co- ^..7. cure liver Ills, easy to take. 'S PlllS eas> to operate. 25centi. * JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE, The Southern Pacific Co. ••SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. l,er the Sunset Route-New Orlean* to Los Angeles and San Francisco. ffas discontinued April ICth. Tte 4onerlor accommodations given tto treat number of patrons of the above <raln durlnc the past tourist season, warrants thi: announcement of plani •« next season of Oner service with tqnlprncnt superior to anything yet xnown In transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-Inauguration of •8DNSET LIMITED" this falL For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Cu. "Sunset Route" In connection with the "Queen, .nd Crescent Route" are running the, ,nly line of through tourist Pullman *leepe™ leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and ten Francisco. These excursions are sjwlauy contacted, and the object Is to enable tooa* •bo do not care to buy the Orst-clas* •ound trip or one way tickets, to enjoy i comfortable ride with sleeping car •rlvlleges and no change of cars at the -«ry low eecond-class rate. Ji'or further. Information, addresi w. 3. CONNOR,. .Commerclftl Agt. S. P. •o., Cincinnati, O'.-" "•• • '.' W. G. NEIMYER, G. W. Agt. 8. P. lo,, Chicago. HI. • ' ' ~ -. ' B, F. MORSE, G. P. * T. Agt. 8. P. to.. New Orleans, La. J5U1MA91' wu u-i *.'• « >• »'*«—* ----- • cepted the position of district secretary. of tho American Baptist Home slohary fioclety for Indiana and southern Illinois, and he wIjH remove hlstom- iiy to ,lhdlnnnpolts : for perraancnt . resl- dence. . - .. ; . The ;fest rsalTe : Ini^he ' world "ot cut*,; , , : . . i chapped :nand». cfcllblalnji. - conn and. all skin eruptions andipoal 'jr' curai :pliwvor no -pay .required.; : =f eci; Mtl (I~ll».Bln«ii.U'i.>=™. »Y •,•;,'-• «T'~ _•_.« '''jnf fiction »or money: • refunded. ; ™"<*' *"; box For sale by B F Theories of cuirc way be discussed at lenstli l>y-pbysldans, but the sufferers want quick relief; noil One Minute Cough Cure will give It to then.. A safe-core for children. It Is "the only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results."-.Tno. M. Johnston. The body of Wayne Wilkinson, of Plymouth, drowned ton days ago In Pi4tty hike, was recovered yesterday in Pixty feet of water. It was in perfect 'condition. The recovery was in.-.de by .diivew of ChlcnKO, Don't trifle away time whet, ynu have cholera: morbu.s or diarrhoea.-Fight, them In. the beginning with DeWJtts. Colic* Cholera Cure. You don't have; 'to wait for .-results.' .They are instantaneous and it leaves the bowels in .healthy condltlon.-Jno. M: Johnston. •JOOD'I Sareaparllla^bM over and H,rover, again proved byMter . EIGHT LEGS TO THIS LAMB. mas has decided not to sell her to tho Ibutcher -next fall, but to give her an!other. chance. Mr. Comas has vague ihopes that she may do ns well or even ibetter next time. Anyway, he tlunk» lit worth while trying to raise cigntr lleggcd sheo.p for the market. 1 Pat III! Skill to Aceoant, i A novel method of perforating: iron iptotes is reported f ronrSalt Lake City. The city is beinff supplied with clec- 'trielty for, lighting anil-power gcneratr; led 14 milenoway in the Big Cottonwool 'canyon: It -was: found necessory,..lor. Itbo purpose of pll» connections, to cut i four- 48-inch-opcnings. loathe seyeu-foot Ipc'nitOc'K; the plates of "winch were half an -inch- thick. The workmen begon-to - rowM Graham &Mortoi TRANSPORTATION CO. CWICE DAILY STEAMEB3.TO CHI- .CAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE -VANDALIA RAIL- WAT AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and. contlnol ^•ntll about Sept. SOth the steamer* ihli line will make two trips each M '.Wily between St Joseph and Chlcai in the following BChedule: Leave St Joseph at 430 p. m. a 10:80 p.. m., dally. Including Sund Leave Chicago at 9:30 a,.m: and 11 p. m., dally, Including Sunday. Extrj trip* on Saturday leave. St Joseph t a. m,, and-leave- -Chicago at 2 p. Banning time across Jake 4 hour*. Til-weekly steamers to Mllwau iMTlty-St; Joseph Monday, Wedneid: tnd Friday evenitgs. The equipment of. this line (he side wheel iteamers City of Ch! md City ot Milwaukee (the largert •nest west of Detroit), and the -' Mbullt propeller City of Lot Service flrst-claBs. Connections with Tandalla trains. Tickets on sale at f widalla Line stations. Chicago do< t»ot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Prei., Benton Harbor, Ml per KeeiUng. an - . icnt with.cape ,ohi«cls, but-,the imode wai'too exa«pemtin(fly wrks R. 3oing For A Lake Trip? You'll fully «fcj'» if you t&ktionvo" tne --'AKJE HICHIGAN AMD LAKE SOTEBI TRAHSfORTATIOHCO'S moe wa'oo e ithe engineer of the w.qrks, R. M. - ; wbo Is known' thrbughbut th« " tbe '?cowboy,e»fi:neer. .: iup hUtriflc and, using steel bullets cased. 'with copper, shot ft line .'•ot^Iwle ithto-Jgh - the- plates Jrom a .distance ; or. ''' Te intervening «d«T». ; **tsag> ' ,: over, . when all other prtpai-aticmifailod, that It is the One True 1LOOD Purifier | . Tne , intervenin cut , out and,iii. •wew<BiMr"arn .™pnj ..-»., » very short time the job was J< f-.f^t f J*. J";>[

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