Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 23, 1895 · Page 2
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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 23, 1895
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«?^^ A Woman's Nerces, THE STORY OF A WOMAN TO WHOM NOISE WAS TORTURE. Pro.traUd By 11>e I>t«»t ExclttmciU— PhyjilctaiM UnlBkd l!y Her Cast. (/.W,m the Gale City, A'cokuk, Iowa.) Jtrs. Helen Meyers whose home is fit 3315 Vernon Avcuue, Chicago, and whose visit t.o K«olcuk, la,, will long be remembered, was mt one time afllictetl with a nervous malady •which nt times drove her nearly to distraction. "Tlifisu terrible hwulnehcs arc ii thing of the past," sin: suid the other day to a Calf City reprCHenUitive/'and there is quite a story in connection with it too." My nervous nystern sustained a great fi incfc •orue fifteen vwirs ago, brought on 1 believe through too "much worrying over family matters and then allowing my love for my books to get tho better of my discretion where my health was concerned. Why, whenever my affairs lit home did not £0 alonf,' just as I expected, I would invariably become prostrated from the excitement and I would consider myself fortunate indeed if the effects ol ttie attack would not remain lor a week. 1 IVTUI oblic-ed to give up our pleasant home not Jur from the Lake shore drive, because I coukl not stand the noise in that locality. J could find no place in the city which 1 deemed suitable to one whose nervous system was always on the point ot' explosion. To add to my misfortunes my complexion underwent a change and 1 looked »o yellow and sallow that I was ashamed to venture from the bouse " Madam," said my doctor to me soon after an unusually severe attack of thu malady, "unless von leave the city uncl seek some ? lace »f quiet, you will never recover 1 ' bo concluded I would visit my unole, who lives in Dallas County, lowu, and wnone farm would surely be a good place for one in my pitiable condition. 1 picked up tlic Gats City one <lny aud happened to come across an interesting recital of the recovery of some woman in New York Suite who was afflicted as 1 liiul been. This woman hiwl been cured bv Dr. Williams' Pink Pillsi lor Pale People.' I tlioujrhi that if Pink Pills cured that woman they illicit do the same forme. I ln-xiiii to ink.) (lie pills accord- inK to direction* nml I "<•'-'«» to feel better from tli') start. Alter I hud taken several boxes of tlirrn 1 wus rcaily to £0 back to Chio.-i'-'O. My nervousness was gone and my complexion 'was 11.1 fresh as that ot any •ixtuen-ycar-old (,'irl in Jnwaiind Pink Pills It what" put the color in my checks. £0 wonder T run in such liiirli spirit* ami feel like a prize fi-liter, ami no wonder I like to come to Kcokuk for if it had not been for Pink Pills boii"ht from it Keukuic linn 1 would not have been alive now," laughingly concluded Dr' 1 w'illiiims' Pink Pills contain nil tlio •Icments necessity to K ivo new life an « richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. Thev are for sale by all driiffiistB. ormavbehatl by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Schonratmly, N. Y., for 60» «cr box, or six boxes for $2.50. THE JMAIIKETS. (jntlii, 1'rovlnloiiii, ICtc. ClllCAfiO, April I— In fulr request and very si Quoted us follows: Wlntflr— Patents, W.hl»a il)5; stnxlk'tus. !- MS- f>0: clours. W.I 5' 6-. HO: suconUs, Sl.UUii'iOU: low Rrmlix, ijl.t)tX&l.«5. Sprlnn—Pii.toi"!'. 5 It. OOjiiS 50; .straights, Si 10® 2.7.V Imkors', it.Siitf.'Jo: low undos, $1.7ii9 1.80: Kiitl Uoit. iM.OTrfol.TS: Kyo. K.'Ul&-l.W. COUN— Active \\t\i\ hither. No. :! and No. 3 Yellow, Muy price: M.iv. -ITi^-IDo; July. *iW {e-IU'/ic: MJpteralicr. WiiiiiOi. 1 . OATS— Unsettled unU tit(,'hor. No -. -8?iC(4 2»?iic: Jtiiy.!»?A©-'«?»o: July- iSM'tf-I'MO' Sur- h'.Khor. No- a. ::tW=: No. 3 Wlilio. JAPAN'S AVOWAL. Vigorously Denies the Reported Offensive and Defensive Alliance, plus SI?iS{33c; No j; No. 2 White. live— Firm mid scuree. No. 2 In store, O','o; «um])lo lots, ilr>c: Muy delivery, tlln bid, BAULKY— M:irUot steudy. No. -I, -Hi<ij>5lc: No. • 3 4UjtB^Ho for tulr to choice, nncl No. L', K'/M WKO. borucnltiKs ut #l().UO*ls.50per ton. MKHS 1'oiiK— Trudlnn f;ilrly uctlvo nnd prices higher. Quotations nvm;od at SI".-"!<S'O Ji'1754 for tush rowulftr: ifl2.2T:.4@l-'.-l7W for Way, mid iJlllSSWiinliTD for July. LAUD— Very slow mid linn. Quotations rnneecl at i'O li-JlOtsiJ.Dj for cash; 4G.95isli.H71G for Miiy; S7.07w(ii7.1-«i for July, and S7.SMtT.LTS4 lor September. LIVK Vour.Titv— For pound; Turkeys. 10* 12o; Chlokuns, smftlUc; Ducks, Drfllo: Goe.so, per dozon, s:).00j£;>. 00. BUTl'Bii— Croinnery, 103a)^e; dairy, 7(ull8o; Paeklnc Slock, .V.&70. LuiUOKH— Whisky quoted steady at St.-l por gulioi: for hlKhwInos. NEW yo«K, April 2i FMJtni— State and western quiet and llrin. WHBAT— No. - red opened active, excited, and SH'jWVSo hlk-her on udvnncotl west, better .cables, free forolttu bu.vlng and local covering; declined ;Vi»Xc on liquidation. Muy, toft t»l£c; June, O'JilotMXo; July, 06 16-lthifitt^c; August, Ol)!*aW;'iio; September. liO-KStd'Si. 1 : bor. C03CO-1IU. COKN— No. 3 stronger, more active. May. 62W©5S«o; July. SliKiawyc; Oc'.obor, 53Ji© »u: . , -. OATS— No. 3, dull, firmer. Stnto, 30O-IOo; wo.Htorn, SS3-IOS; Mtvy. 33X0330: July 33?iia BBKV— Quiet, -llrm. Extra moss, fa 00^8. 50; lamlly. SlO.OOaiiOU, K— Qulut, steady. Moss,$l3,50$H-00. D— Nominal Moderate doniund: steady. Western dairy. SSlSHe; do. creamery, 20c: do., old, c; do., factory. 7©llc: imitation creamery, , . CiiKKsK-Qulot. easy. State, largo, old, 03 Ho; do., new, 7®7Mc: do., fancy, old. I0!/,i» 11MO: do., small, old. SftllVJo; "0., new, 7® «Ho: part skims, old, 2^7e; do., uew, full skims, new. UGillS^c. EGGS— Fairly aotlvo; tlrm. Western. r,l»e Stock. CHICAGO. April 20. IIoos— Market opened fairly active, with ths fooling steady, but later on ruled more quiet and prices declined. Sales rnnprod at iS.oOQ> <65 for plus; S4.iWii4.OJ for light: J4.55it-l.Tr) for rouirti packing: J4.00ffl5.00 for mixed, nndHSO (g5. 10 for hoavy packing ami shipping lots. CATTLE — Market rather active: feeling steady and -prices unchanged. Quotations ranuo'il at $5 WiSS.30 for choice to extra ship- pint; Steers: £vlO&.\SO for good to choice do: HWii5.:ti for fair to good: W.-.Oit4.s.- ) for common to medium do; $4,003-1.50 Tor Butchers' Steers; SiTO'ijaso for Stackers: S3.SOjJ4.75 for Feeders: il.75iJ3.SO for Cows; JlSOiiOO for Heifers: SiW.i5.00 for Hulls: $3.»a;5.73 tor Texas tvicers, and i5;i50'[.5,50 for Veal Calvi'" \VASIH.VOTOX, April 22.— The comptroller of the currency has received iii- iormnt,ion that tho First national "bank of Ocala, Fin,, has closed its doors. A tank oxamiuer hi\s boon placed in .charge. The capital of the bank is $50,000. _'_ _ School Klcctlonn In Illinois. CHICAOO, April 22. — Elections for presidents and members of the boards of education were held in Illinois cities- Women took :v deep interest in the voting 1 , in matty places fully one-ualf tlio votes Injing east by tlienx. Expects World to Approve K - Because It Will Profit by ... . ing of Chinese Ports. DEAL MERIT !• >« charact*- •"• fade of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It cures even after other preparations fell. Get Hood's and ONLY HOOD'S. YOKOHAMA, April '-'2.—The following is thu text of tliu statctueut issued by the .liipJinehu frovernmuut, denying 1 the reports that, it lias cqncludiid an oft'en- sivu anil defensive alliance with China and eluclarin;,' that the commercial ad- viin taffes suciircd by .lapan will also be enjoyed by the other powers under the favored nation agreement: •-.Mlsiiptirehouslons are reported to bo current-in Kuropu in reuarrt to the terms of the Jupun-Clilnii truaiy. It hn" bi;l -' n represented thut Ju.p.in has secured u ~ par cent. ad valorem duty on imports Inmead of specific duty and has also formed an offUDSive nnfl cle(unslvi) nlllanco with China: Tho commercial concessions obtained by Japan beyond these already secured by tho treaty powers under the favored- nation duuso comprise the rtfiht to navigate the Yang Tso KlanB to Chung-KIne. and also Woon Sum,- river and the canals loading to Soo Chow and Hank Chow, and the right to import machinery and curtain goods duty free and to establish factories. "These concessions are not exclusive to Japan. They naturally extend to the European powers, In virtue of the favored nation clause. In MjcurlnK those privileges for all Japun expects the approval of all the powers. Tho reported offensive and defensive alliance does not exist." Advise Moderation. An imperial proclamation just issued exhorts the nation to moderation at the present juncture of the country's history. The Mlkiiclo Siitlrilleil. LO.VDON, Apri.1^22.—A dispatch from Hiroshima to the Central News says the mikado has ratified the Chino- Japanese treaty. Greut llrlt.uhi DoiiKn't AVunt Anything, LosDO-v.'April 22.— At the Japanese legation Monday it was stated that nothing was known there of any intended action, • concerted or otherwise, on behalf of the powers in the far east, and it was declared that there was no foundation for tHe statement that Great; Britain was trying diplomatically to secure ad- van tag-es for herself in that quarter of the world. China HorroH-a u Blc Sum. IJuBLis, April 22.—The Chinese government hus concluded a loan for 30,000,000 marks at li per eent. interest with a syndicate composed of the National Bank Fuer Deutschland, Baydt and Co. and Bchvens & Sons, of Hamburg. . Punlo ut u Moody Meeting. FOKT WORTH, Tex., April 23.—At 8 o'clock Sunday night while Evangelist Moody was conducting 1 revival services at the Auditorium building 1 , the heavy wind storm caused a portion of the east wall of the frame structure to collapse. Mr. Moody requested the audience to remain quiet, but many timid people hurriedly left the building, causing a momentary panic. In the rush for exit one man was seriously injured and five others received slight bruises. Tho lady organist continued playing and in a few minutes the panic subsided. The excitement was intensi- lied by a number of women fainting. The services will be resumed Monday night. Auotbnr MesmiKe from Chleonu CLEXCOE, 111., April 22.—Two men employed by Melville E. Stone at his residence in Gleiicoe picked up on the shore Monday a fruit jar with a screw top. In tho jar were four sheets of paper taken from a pocket note-book, rolled up closely and bound with a rubber band. On tho 'inner leaf was written: "Chlcova onclnos broke. Drifted Into the trough ot the sea. Wo have lost all hope. She lias gone to plocos. Good-by. "MCCLnBE, Engineer." .Dciilh of J»m«» 31. Hoyt. CLEVELAND, 0., April 22.— James M. Hoyt died here Sunday night, ag-ed 81 years. Ho was at one time one of the leading lawyers of Ohio, For several years prior to 1870 ho was president of tho Baptist Homo Mission Society of America. Ho was 'the father of Rev. "Wayland Hoyt, of Minneapolis, Colgate Hoyt, of New York, and James H. Hoyt, of this city, one of the candidates for governor of Ohio.. itonncU tho Century Marlf. NEW.YORK, Aoril 22.—The ]00thanni- versary of the laying of the corner stone of old St. Mark's church, Second avenue and Tenth street, from whose yard the body of A. T. Stewart was stolen, was celebrated Sunday morning. The present building was erected in 179S. It now stands as one of the few survivors of tho old ecclesiastical styles of architecture in the city. Hre In Lhe Fateut Office. \VAsnixoToy, April 22.—Fire broke out in the laboratory of the patent office end of the interior department at about 1:15 p.' m. Mondaj- caused by the explosion of 500 pounds of ether. A watchman named Parkinson, Albert Flint and a clerk named Carter were injured. The lire wealed a scare but did little damage. A NEW VENTURE. Aroerlcnn Inrtuxtri.il Union, tho lUitoft I*- bor Society. Horn in Chicago. CHICAGO, April 22.—The American Industrial union, a new labor organization, was born in this city Sunday. A constitution was adopted and officers •were elected, J. H. Copeland. a lawyer, being chosen president, and George W. Howard, late rice president of the American Ivailwny union, was made grand secretary. The plan of the organization follows closely the lines of the American Railway union, although, its purposes as outlined in the constitution are entirely different from that organization. These purposes are, in brief, general cooperation, establishment of employ- ment bureaus, and tne estatsiisn- ment of a general eight-hour work day throughout the country, to take effect September 1, 1S97. The only thing of a political nature in the preamble is a declaration in favor of universal suffrage for women. AH differences between employers and their employes are to be settled by arbitration. The cooperative feature is the one upon which greatest street is laid. It is proposed to ask for the establishment of postal savings banks for the use of wa"e earners, aud from this fund the o-^nization expects to establish industries which will absorb the unemployed and enable them to become at least self-supporting. , ELECTRIC'RAILWAY PROJECT. Plan to Connect ChlciiRO with Indiana unit aricbiifim rointn. LA VOBTK, Ind., April 22,—Chicago capitalists are interested in a jrigantio project to connect Indiana and Michigan cities with Chicago by an electric railway. The road is projected to start from Elk-hart and run to Valparaiso, where it will join the line to be built by Indiana capitalists to bring Valparaiso, Hobart and Ham mond into closer communication with Chicago, the terminal point. An electric line from Soutli Bend to Niles is to be built this year, and another from South BendtoMishawaka is now under construction. The power will be obtained from the St. Joseph river. Connecticut BiuiU Cloned. WAHIIIXGTOX. April 22.—Comptroller Eckles Monday closed the First national bank of Willimantic, Conn., and placed Bank Examiner Dooley in charge. The capital of the bank is $100,000 and it has become impaired, it is said, through the carelessness or otherwise of the cashier, who recently died. Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your trouble^? If not. get a bottle now aod get relief. This medicine bus been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of a'l female com- plainta, exerting a wonderful direct Influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, con-tlpation, headache, falot- Icg spells, or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizzy spells, Electric Enters is the medicine you need. Health and strength are guaranteed by its uae. Large bottlea only 50 cents at B. F. Keeallng's drug store. y ' Wheel Rbcord Broken. ' SAN JOSE, Cal., April 22.—Eddie Bald, of Buffalo, rode a mile in competition race here Saturday in 2:0*, reducing the world's record a full second. The previous best record for the distance was held by Harry Tyler. Corean Mlnl»t«r on Trial. SEOUL, Corea, April 32.—The trial of Li Li Yoshun, formerly Corean minis- tor to Japan, who was arrested April 18 charged with murder and treason, began.hero Monday. Other officials wo implicated. Chamberlain's Bye and Skin Ointment -Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt Elieum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped Hands, Itching Piles, Burns, Frost Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes aud Granulated Eye Lids. Tor sale by druggists at 25 cents per box. TO HOUSE OWNEBS. For putting a horse in a fine healthy condition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powdera They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders) and destroy worms, grnnjj oew life to an old or over-worked horse. 28 jents per package. For sale by druggists. I Good Samirllim. MfDDUvPOLNT, O., Oct. 15, 1S04. Bayer Medicine Co., T«ledo, Ohio: Gentlemen--When your agent was at our place, I bought two bottles of your Penetrating Oil, and gave one to my neighbor, who had rheumatism in his knee. It has done him so much good that he asked me to get him several bottles of it. He has not had his boots on this summer until he used your Dr. Bayer's Penetrating Oil. 1 also used your Dr. Bayer's Colic Drops, and must say that they are the best for colic and diarrhoea I have ever used. Tours truly, , R H. SCMMERSETT. For sale at Joha M. Johnston's drug store, 25o and 50c a bottle. Oil Market Inactive. PITTSBURGH, Pa., April 22,—The life seems to have gone out of the oil market. Oil opened Monday morning at $1.93 bid and was offered at S1.9S, down to Sl.Ofi without any sales. Only 2,000 barrels were sold on the Oil City exchange up to 30:30 o'clock. The Standard again made a reduction in the price for credit balances of 15 cents to S2.10. B»tlrenimt of Gen. McCook' Announced. "WASiiiXGTox, April 32.—A general order was issued at the war department Monday announcing the retirement of Maj. Gen. Alexander D. Mc- Coolc, in which the services of the re- tirin" 4 officer are spoken of in terms of the highest praise. EXPECTANT MOTHERS We 0«er YOU A REMEDY Which Insures Safety to Life of Mother and Child "Mothers' Friend" Bob) Conflnejatnt of Ib P»to, Hgrror «n« BUk. My wtft used "MOTIIE1M' FKIESTD" ^be- lore her Ural cblld-JiKl no crampi-»»« ?.° lleTed-snffering but llule-no ptUn* lt . ^ S«nt by 11*11 or Eiprew. on T«elpt of , I( (1.OQ par bottle. B»kTo»IotJiMi 1 'maI>«l BBADF1ELD KEQtILATOB OO^ ATLANTA, GA, •oM by kU Dr«Hl*<*> Nervous People should realize that the only true and permanent core for their condition is to be found in haying Pure Blood Because the health of every organ and tissue of the body depends upon the purity of the blood. The whole world knows the standard blood purifier i» Sarsaparilla And therefore it is the onlytrueind reliable medicine for nervous people. It makes the blood pare and healthy, and thus cures-nervousness, makes the nervea firm and strong, eive§»weet natural sleep, mental vigor, a good appetite, perfect digestion. It does all this, find cures Scrofula, Eczema or Salt Rheum, »nd all other blood diieasta. Hood's Pills PLEASURE TRIPS. XumeronH ExcurHlons the Ctnil»K Hammer at KeaNonnble KB ten. Whether the tourist's fancy directs him to the New England States or the Atlantic seaboard: to the South; or to the lake region of the North; or to the Rocky Mountains and the wonderland beyond the Mississippi, he will be given opportunity to indulge hie tastes at a small cost for railroad fare this year. There will be low rates to Baltimore over the Pennsylvania lines in May, account the American Medical Aeflociation, to Decatur, 111., account the German'Baptist (Duukard) meeting, and to Pitttburg for the Presbyterian General Assembly. ThereOwill also' be low rates over these lines to Meridian, Miss., account the General Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian church the same month. In June excursion tickets will be sold over the Pennsylvania Lines to Omaha account the Nations! Jr. 0. U. A. M.; to Chattanooga. Tenn., for the International convention of Epworth League; to Cleveland. Ohio, account the National Republiuan league meet- Ing, and to Roanoke, Va., for the. German Baptist meeting. Excursions for July include low rates over the Penn- l^ania to Baltimore for the-BaptisV Y. P. Union meeting; to Asbury Park for the L. A. W. meeting, and to Boston for the Christian Endeavor convention, and to Denver,. Col., account ol the National Educational' Association meeting. In August excursion tickets will be on sale over the Pennsylvania lines to BostOD, account of Knights Templar conclave. The sale of low rate tickets will not be restricted to members of the organizations- mentioned, but the public generally may take advantage of them. The Asbury Park excursion will doubtless attract many, to that delightful ocean resort. Atlantic City, Cape May, Long Branch and all the famous watering places along the New Jersey coast are located on the Pennsylvania lines, hence this will be a desirable opportunity to visit the seashore. The Denver excursion will be just the thing 'or a sight seeing jaunt the far West, as tickets will be honored going one way and returning & different route through the most romantic scenery beyond the Missis- sipl and Missouri rivers. Variable .route privellges will also be accorded Boston excursionists, enabling them to visit Niagara Falls, Montreal. Thou sand Islands and St. Lawrence Rapids the White Mountains the Hudson river territory, and to return by steamer on Long Island Sound, after sightseeing at Newport, NarragansettPler, Naniucket and the Cape Cod resorts to New York, and thenca through the agricultural paradise of the Keystone State, along ihe Sutquehanna and Junlata rivers, over the Alleghenies, around famous Horse Shoe Curve, through historic Johnstown and the coke and iron regions of Western Pennsylvania. It Is also expected that Boston excursionists over the Pennsylvania Lines will be privileged to return via Baltimore and Washington If they so desire. In addition to the above, there will be plenty of other cheap excursions over the Pennsylvania lines to various points. As the season is eome weeks away, arrangements in detail hava not been consummated, but it is certain that no railway will offer better inducements than the liberal concessions n rates and privileges that may be enjoyed by travelers over the Pennsylvania lices. This fact may readily be ascertained upon application to any passenger or ticket agent of these lines, or by addressing F. Van Dusen. chief assistant general passenger agent, Pittsburg, Pa. Mvclnkaekce Cottmge tar Sale. Eleven room cottage. 100 feet lake front; will give a bargain. See diagram at the Journal office. W. B. BUBFOED, Indianapolii. FOR DRY COUNTRIES. How to Coutrnct » Kenervoir for Windmill Irritation* •\Yina-pnmp irrigation will be depended upon more and more whore- ever the rainfall is apt to be deficient The nccompanyii-g illustration, taken from a photograph, represents a section of one of the many reservoirs in Meads county in southwest Kansas which have been used satisfactorily for some time. The pump is larper than the average in this locality, having 1 a 1C-. inch cylinder, a 12-inch discharge pipe and a'lO-inch stroke; it lifts the water 14 feet at the rate of 175 gallons per minute. The preparation of the reservoir _ is most important, and in order to assist any who contemplate such an addition to their farm improvements, I will tell how I made mine. Select a site higher •w&'WJSf -35=^- • - - llUUtiATIOX BY W than tho ground to be watered. Lay out the reservoir corresponding in capacity to the power of the pump. The pump must be capable of filling 1 it in two or three days. Remove all sod, placing- it beyond the limits of tho walls. Do not use it ,iu forming the embankment. Then plow and scrape, dumping where the wall of the reservoir is wanted. Continue until the work is completed, driving: over the wall. Leave the inside sloping- so the waves will not injure it. When the excavation is of the desired size plow the bottom and pulverize thoroughly. Hitch a team to a block, road scraper or other suitable object, turn in the water and Xiegin to puddle by driving along one edge and continuing 1 until the whole surfa.ce is puddled. This will cause a precipitation of sediment which will fill the pores of the soil and enable it to hold water quite well. The bottom will then bo 13 to 18 inches lower than tbo surface of the ground outside, but that much water must always be left in the reservoir to preserve the puddlin g,for if it gets dry or freezes the work must be done over again. If the reservoir is small, say 30x50x3 feet, some dirt for the vi-all must be obtained from the outside. An outlet can be made of four 2-inch planks long enough to reach through the wall. Saw the inner end sloping and provide it with a valve made of 2- inch board, and on the same principle as the valve in an ordinary pump.—E. D. Smith in Orange Judd Farmer. THE LATE DON PEDRO. liritlnh Coiinolimenrn K«rjr;»rde<l Him an tho JiiilUInc of tho Century.' By the members of the Bulldog club of London and the "fancy" in general, Don Pedro was regarded as the bulldog of the century, if not of all time. Asa THE LATE DOS' PEDBO. sire his success has been phenomenal, and his blood flows in the veins oi every prize winner of note of the present day. Don Pedro won some five or six first prizes in his young days, and although the flatness of his ribs (a bulldog should possess' 'barrel-shaped" ribs) prevented bis winning championsliip honors, yet no champion that ever lived could beat him in cushion of muzzle and the "Chippendale chair-like" formation of his front legs, which, by the bye. Is the correct formation—the straight terrier-like-legged bulldogs so often seen being wrong. Burglar* Sink* » Paying Rxld. FBASKLIX, Ind., April 22.—The dwelling of Ed ward Cutsinger,.south of here, was robbed during the absence of the family of jewelry and other valuables worth SI,000. A N>w I-nctorr. ELWOOD, Ind., April 22.—Alainpchio ney factory employing 250 hands will be established here in connection with the McBeth company, which will boon leave Pittsburgh for Elwoo<L . . Tkis is effected when ihe hostile dls'.urbanca of tfce liver, known as biliousness, ««if es tbroosh the benlen operation of Hosteller'* Sumacl) Bitter?. Pain in tie right side and uuo>r the right shoulder blad«. yellowness of tUe sWn and ej>balK "fur" noon the tonga" 1 , morning nans-a, vertigo, sour breath iireKnlnritj-of me boweU and sick headache, are anung the dlstresfinj irmpioms which take tUelr departure when the great antl-bllloitf medldneJL- [resorted to. CbUls aid fever kidney and bladder trouble, rbearoa- tisni. djspepf la and . netvoomew are aleo remedied bj the Bitters, which l»&l*oa raperb tonic KNOWLEDGE Brines comfort and improvement and «uds "to personal enjoyment vrhen .ightly used. The many, wno live better than others and enjoy life moro, with Jess expenditure, l>7 more promptly Adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid iaxative principles embraced in tbo remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting. !a the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of » perfect laxative : effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ind permanently curing constipation, (t has given satisfaction to millions and net Tith ithe approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid- aeys, Liver and Bowels wiUiout weak -ning them and it is perfectly free from "very objectionable substance. " Svrup of Figs is for sale by all drug- jists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man- jfactared by the California. Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Sy'.tip of Figs* *nd being well informed, yon will IK* Accept any substitute if. ~ a "-~ 1 A LADY'S TOILET Is not complete without an ideal POMPLEXIOU || POWDER. If PCZZONTS Combines every element of beauty and purity. It is beautifying, soothing, healing, healtk- ful, ar^ narmless, and when' rightly used is invisible. A'mostj delicate and desirable protection I \9 the face in. this climate. Insist upon having tho genuine. IT !S FC3 SALE EVERYWKC3S. ftnTaFaii. Mo BUin, Prereiiti_8trictuj£j»4 »tt ^&^^W.^!%W^ "^« uw ~SwN^I^^«^«f»J lT »g[^JJJJ 1 |J~ MALYDOR MFC. GQ*,'lMt«a*ur, O.,li.«A Do Toy Foci Dnll »nd Tlreil! Mature signals you for help to throw otf the accumulation of bile and If yov* heed cot the warning, nickneas will follow. The best and most promp, relief is a few doees of Rineburt'e Pills, they will mako you feel like sinew man; act pleasantly and leave- the bowels with natural f tool. Sol B. F. Keesllng and Keystone e tore. That ib»w«»»ailM.ilK»crtaa tor C** art * n» tt« boc«me Mi* tow B«te* via r<rn»nj'«vii»lm Bitten ptrslitemUj ^and notbt fita snd starts. Speedy good remits wul toUow. OQ April 29th, 30th, and May lit, the found trip rate to Indianapolis will be one Jure from ticket station* In Indiana on the Pennsylvania Lines. Reduced rate tickets will be sold account the meeting of the Supreme Council Uniform Rank K. of P., to all applicants, and will be good returning until MaySd, inclusive. Children Cry tor Pitcher's If you wish a pill that will leave the bowels with free natural stool, uie- Rinehart's. Sold by B. Kaesling and Keystone drug store. Children Cry for I Pitcher's Castorla. If your child ba* swelled tbdom give Binehart'a Worm Lo/engsi. Sold by B. F. Keealing and^Keyitonedrug •tore. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor*

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