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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, August 4, 1896
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Gladness Comes A MARYLAND SNAKE. It It Twenty-Si* Foot Mid Eati W i t ith a better nmlcrstanding 1 of the transient nature of the many phys- ina ills, which vanish before proper ef- teta— eentle etrorts— pleasant efforts— . ttehtly directed. There is comfort in «Se knowledge, that so many forms ol ness are not due to any actual clis- e but simply to a constipated cond'- of thu system, which the pleasat.i lly laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt- wmoves. Tliat is why it w the only nmedy with millions of families, and is iwywhere esteomcd so higHy by all So value good health. Its bcnefaeml •fleets are duo to the fact, thnt it is the MM remedy which promotes internal •Jemnliness without debilitate the Mnuis on which it acts. It is therefore •if Important, in order to get its bcne- .1 effects, to note when you pur- c, that you have the genuine arti- , which is manufactured by the Cali- Mrnio, Fig Syrap Co. only and soid by .ill reputable druggists. "U in tho enjoyment of good health, •ad the system is regular, laxatives or Other remedies arc then not needed. 11 •Blcted with any actual disease, one man be commended to the most skillful Smicians, but if in need of a laxative, JiJ should have the best, and with the wall-Informed everywhere, Syrup ol »ta»statids highest and is most largely -" d nnd B ivesmost general satisfaction. «BV. S. P. KI.OTZ. PASTOR U. B CHDKCH. . A gcntlemiui residing out in Maryland near Hyattsvillc bos been reading. snake stories. Tho ..other day lie came to town and announced that stories were stories, but that Maryland was the possessor of the biggest snake in this portion of tbocountry. . The statement,. ho said, was easily proved, and then he spoke as follows: "Last. Saturday as I was walking up the Little river from Kivexdnlc, looking for raspberries, I noticed nt.'ti point about half a mile north of Collins' station. a flock of ducks making- n. terrible racket iJi the stream. ' I looked carefully and noticed something that at 'first appeared li!<e a small stump tloatinfr in the water. The stump in a minute, however, resolved itself into a big snake, nnd in a second opened its mouth and seized oi>o of the ducks. In. starting off with the duck tho body of tho sunlie came to the surface. I have come in contact with a great many snakes in uiy' time, but never before saw one like this. AH near as I could judge it whs about 20 or 27 feet long. It was .-striped in bands about two inches in width, running lengthwise of the body, the stripes being from a bright gold bronze to a light orange cylor, while just back of the eyes were two large diamond spots of a vermillion red color. As this snake left the water it'possed up the wist bank, whicfli was about six feet high. ' It glided over the grouud o-s fast as a man could run. I had no desire to follow it just then, but shortly at t«r I crossed the river and •took Its track, which was very easy to follow, ns where the ground wns bare it looked as if a log had been dragged aloug. I followed the track about tairrje-quartcrs of a mile to a bluff, and tihere I found bis den. In walking by you \vould from seeing the hol« at ouce say it was n fox's den, but I tell you right there in that hole there is the biggest snake in tihis port of the country." —Washington Star. o, lad., Sept 8,1800. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I. have been afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or soni ftomach. 1 have tried different reme- dlea without much benefit. Finally 1 bought a 10-ccnt bottle of Syrup Pep: •In and found that It benefltted me. 1 uu convinced that It will do what It Ie recommended when'taken according to directions. I have taken nearly one bottle and feel H«e a different person: 8. P. KLOTZ. For sale by B. F. Keesling. Keep Cool by Ualnj? *THE"KELLEY Shower Baih R1NQ Hot Water . , .. Proof Hose , 26C. A man's fortune is frequently ue- cicted by his first address-. If pli-asing, others at once conclude he lias merit; but If ungraceful, they doc.irlf- against NE DISEASE AND ONE. RIO.MEDY The art ol' painting"' ual'd /Mlllnis, ia?Uis In SL'loi-tins the right colors lid putting tlR'ui Hi (lie right place.'" —"Thu'vniy to win-a battle," said N»; oleon. "is to mass 'your troops at. Oie moment ngnlnsf Uic wwtkest- pot iu the enemy's line."—"TliG way o cm-u many ailments," said tuu groat Dr. Abovcroiu'bii-, "is -to pnvil'y. thi' ioi.soiii-(l spring 1" which .-they nr%, morally tho toi-pld a ml' Infliuiitil di- I'sl.ive system." Tims .wisdom :Uid cxptfrleucn. simplify ml fondensi;. Thus thi- Sli.lkew of ilount I.obauon 'ramoni'd when they ought, mid ilnally fouml, a rniiu'rty for idigcstton ami dyspepsia. Where one r.soii has sojnotliing else, they argued, Vlioiwind liave this. To cure thU lone will almost rid.the world of Rick-, ness. Why slunild we vex ourselves .>itl> coivftising ildlnitions? A good dl- •estlon is life ami hciilth: a bad one disuse and death. Hence, from the heal- 115 and sllinnlntJng mountiilu herbs, Iiev I'xtritcitNl the iwinclidcs wliicli nnice tho ShiiUur Digestive Cordial the ';m'.st, the most effective of mcillctnes or one disensi-, an<l one only—Imt'gos- lon and dyspepsia. Do you suffer from any o£ these nils- ,.-;ible feelings?—di.'prussiou, heaviness ind pain in the womach after meals, Mil tasil in flic month,' wind in tin? bowels, Irritable disposition, nervous . _ {is and alarm, worry and wvfirl- u-ss, co'sflveiies.-! or irregularity of the bowels, nausea, palpitai.ion, sick hcad- .che, licart-bua'u, loss of a.ppctltc and sleep, dry skin, etc.—? Don't indulge in rU'ty tooll.slt fancies, you have indigestion and dyspepsia ami icilhiKg else. Set the disordered stem- ich right with the one medicine which will surely do It, Slwkor Digestive Cordial. and't'n,oso symptoms will vanish with their cause. A good effect will the lirsi doses. Even chronic eases soon yield. ' Test the conllal, at practically no cost, by taking a ten-cent trial bottle. For sale by nearly all druggists. If you have ever seen a little child In the agony of summer complaint, you can realize tbe danger of the trouble and cppreclate tie value of jnsmntau- eous relief always afforded by DeWHt's Colic & Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea It is a reliable remedy. We could not afford to recommend tills as a. cure unless It' were a cure.— ,Tno, -M. Johnston. Thirty wagon-loads of com in. pro- ccssion'wcrc driven, into Terrc Haute yesterday;-each waigon beai'ing a banner Inscribed "GJivc w free diver and we will get fifty cents f«r com and one dollar for wheat." .;.. Many a,day's "work Is lost by sick headache caused., by IndJg'estlon and stomach 'trouWes.. DeWltt's. Little Early Risers are the most effectual pil for overcomhiff such dlffleultto.-Jno M. Johnston. 'Vrevents Wetting Beau Kloor or WaUs: Bomlws Water Closet* " , 8«nd lor Cstalogne frort Proof Water Clc»eUi,"felf-Actln«' Water Closett, KellJ Stop and Waste CocK, TtlOS. KEM-Y & BROS., No. aoi Madlion Street, Chicago. ALL RAIL ROUTE TO 'THE SEA, To Atlantic CltyWIthbwt Transfer via rennsylvanln Lines, By tho opening .of the Delaware River Bridge the Pennsylvania Lines lave become the only all rail route to Atlantic City and tbe seashore. Transfer of passengers and baggage at rhila- delphla via Market Street .Ferry and, Caraden is avoided, aa seashore trains of Parlor Cars and Conches depart from Broad street station, at which passcn- gere 'form- the west over tbe Pennsylvania Route arrive in that city, Throuph trains from Chicago, Indlana- polte Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and intormcblate polnls on the Ponusyl- vanla Lines mnic convenient connec-: tlon with the seashore trains. For de : . Ulto apply to nearest Pennsylvania. Ticket Agent. Tire family of Willis Merchant ol Frankfort, was alsirmingily'prostrated .by. eaiting sehmerkacsc ittileb hail been prepared in'a zinc vessel. Adi Johnson, a stop-daughter, died. Don't trifle away time when you have cholera morbus or. diarrhoea. Fight them In the beginning with DeWltt's Colic & Cholera Cure. You don't have to wait for results. They are Instan taneoua and Jt leaves the bowels In healthy eon'dltlon.-Jno. M. Johnston. A. M. Hall, pa»t<w of the Christian Church at Worthlngton, has preached his farewell sermon. He will soon leavi 'for Vale University - to continue 'hi* studios'two years;longer. "Boys will be boys," but you can' afford to lose any, of them. Be reads for the green apple season by bavins DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure In tlv house.-.Tno, M. Johnston, Alexander Bell, awaiting trial In Jai at Columbus, escaped by kuockin; dowm a deputy sheriff, who was lu th act of passing 'hi* dinner to him, MI \% into tlie street. ' . Poison Ivy! insect bites,., bruises scalda, burns, are quickly cured ..by Tie Witt's Witch Hazel'Salve, the great pU 'cure.—Jno. M. Johnston. . •' , nn. aeronaut, of FrniikCort while' prepairinjr to m«ke an ascensloi at Russlavllle, tell :out of a trec,.wjier ,lie'was lying a piy-ropo, au<l .lUs bac! was-broken. BUCKLEN'S ARNIOA SALVE, The best salve In the world -loi cnt», : kralMW, rores. nlcen. salt rheum, fever •on*, tetters, chapped hands, chilblain* eornt and all sWn eruptions and poil- -«T«ly cnre» piles or no pay required. It I* guaranteed to give perfect satis- Htction or money refunde'4. Price 25 «mti per box. For sale by B. F. '' .T.Qeorles'of.ciiTe' i may be dlscusaed'a l : iengta by physicians, but the sufferers want -quick relief;', and One; MInut Cough 1 Cure will' give It ^to them. J rite cure'for children.' It Is : "the oisl tarmlesjs remedy thafprodDces immed : ate'refiults."-7Jno. : M. Johnston. • ; . ",Hho P.rol>iem; <nv-ned by Dr. Wrlgh 1 ca-rrled off 'She'prize, to Wie fourth rac ;at :waiwasoe'*Ws.sea.sc«n, .making, th second time she.has-crossea the line wlnror. .''.•'. Subscribe for The Journal, 40 cents a month. " Subscribe for The Journal, 40 ctiits ' '' ''' ' MOTHIRl ' "flhd' x help to Hood's Sarwparilla, which give them pare Wood, a good appetite new and needed tTRINCTH. W.lvHe C. F. S. Neal of Lebanon a friends were driving homeward from ,l-c consrossionjil convention at Frankfort, 31 r. Neal 'holding the reins, light nlng struck close nt linnd, severely shocking ail the occupants of the carriage. M-r. Xcai's right arm was .slight ly Inirufitl, Six weeks ago I suffered with.a very oi.-vHi-e oold; wits almost unable to speak My friends sill' advised jne to consult a •thysiciati. • Noticing Chamberlain's Cough Kome'dy advertised -In,the St. rani Volks Zeituug'I procured li bottle, and ,'iftcr taking It a short "while w.-is entirely well. I now most heartily recommend (bis remedy to anyone suffer Ing with a cold. Wm. Keil, G7S Slielby Avc., St. Paul, Jlinn. For sale by B. F. Kooning, druggist. The old'soldiers in'tie. vicinity of Jlodoc nnd HuntsvHle Imvc formed at Old Soldiers' Social Club, to meet once a month with families and friends at fhe farm house of a .member and sT>enc" the day in, reunion, • Day before yes twday n reunion was held at the of Terry Bly, at HuntsvHle. Since 1878 there have been nine, epidemics of dysentery in different parts of the country in which 'Chamberlain 1 ; Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedj was used with perfect success. Dyson tcry, when epidemic, Is almost as severe and dangerous as Asiatic cholera. Here toforo the bestefforts of the most skilled physicians have failed, to check its rav ages, this remedy, however, lias curei the most.malignant cases, both;.of chil dren mid adults, and under the-nios trying conditions, which proves it to be the best modicine Jn.thc world foi-bowe complaints. For sale by B. F. Keeslln; druggist. William Hackmostei- of Haubstad while at EvansyJMe-.whs struck• by a passing fa-aim n ad killed. He wns flft years old aoid a substantial farmer. . it-doesn't matter mnci whether sick .'headache, biliousness. Indigestion an( constlpa'tlon a.re caused by neglect o by unavoidable circumstances; De Witt's Little Early Risers will speedily cure them all.—Jno. M. Johnston.... Dr. .Taimcs Wilkinson Green, of..Shel byvilk', whose death 'has been reportet by The N«YW, was a. brotJier-In-Iatv "of Cl'mtonan .Tack Gowdy of Rusb'vlllc ' : The whole system Is drained aiu undermined by-indolent ulcers and open sores, DeWitt's " Witch, Hazel' Saly .speedily, heals them..-.. itils.the.best.pll 'cure known.—Jao.- M.; Johnston.^ ,. • : YOUR SUMMER; ', NOW-GD ' . i. iMACKINAO ' W ATX THINGS IN THE WORLD V-t.onie Is what.nervous.people require, 'o Impart strcugvh Into the nervous or. a n Ism !s= to insure Its tranquillity, pro- ided cjiusus of iiiiliealthl'nl excitement re avoided. A'modldnrtl tonic that— :ki> Hostel-NT's Stomach-- Bitters—coui- naiuls tho iiiii]iialMli.'d sanclion of ihe Nailing proifcss.lon, and .'which lusti- ules :i gene-nil rc'fnrm in a lililons, dj-«- H'ptic and cleliiliiated eondition of the ysteiii, is surely entitled to a carefti!. rial by. intulllxt'iit people, cannble ol" arming a due estimate of a medicine, i-oin emphatic aml-oficn recorded pro- esslon.al evideiK-e in its belialf. Not inly ait; tlu> nurviw anil .-tomach invlg- iratei.1 by the Bitters but tin; system ji also endowed with unwonted power nt resistance to influences In ,-Ur, wafer or daily avocation subversive of liealtn: I'runiinoutly dangeroiw.among the llrs: named of tlie.se is malaria, against which I-Iostttrer's Stomach Bitters affords a compel out safeguard. ItlK-'.i- jnatlcm and kidney troubles are nls-i prevented and overcome by it. ..- ...•. .. ... . It only -coats 1 ?13.50 v from " Detroit, tl5.r» from ToledbV $18:00 from Cleye- land -for. ..the /round .trip, "Including .•meala . ' and : berths: ; One -. ;thonsands milea ot -lake r|de_on new • modern; Btecl tteameri! for the .above-rate*: -'; : ;'Se»d ;2e for .lllns'trated pampibiet- : Addrew , - .:.„ A. A. SOHANTZ, G. P.-A, .;--.Detroit, Mich. During ;t storm at Hiishville lightnina; ih'iick the Star -drill works, causing onsiderable loss. Four Horses wore klUe-d on. the Frank Xoi'H.5 farm by nn electrical bolt. ELECTRIC BITTERS. Elwlrte Bitter.s is a medicine suited for any season, bur, pr-rtiar* more generally needed when tho. languid, exhausted feeling prevails w:ien tho 11 veils torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of thte medicine has often averted IOUK aud pei-hap* fatal, bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely In counteracting a.nd freoing the sysfcm from tho malarial poison. Hc.id.icuo. Indigestion, constipation, dizzincw. yield to Electric Bitters. .TOc and ?J..OO per bnltlc at B. F. KoeslJJig's drug «tor Tho Torre Haute Standard, n Populist weekly, esrrtbllsliwl in May, lias come out a<5 a free silver organ ;ilid support* the Democrat tick'e.t, county, State nnd national. MARVELOUS RESULTS. From a letter written by'Rev. .1. Onu- dennan, of Dlmoudale, 3tich., we arc permitted to make this extract: "1 have DO hesitation. 1 in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as tho results wore almost marvelous Iu tb'e case ol my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist Clrarch at Elves Junction she was brought'down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would la.$t hours with little, Interruption nnd .it seemed' as if she could not survive them, A friend-recommended Dr. Kings.New Discovery, it was quick In its work and highly satisfactory In results." Trial bottles fret. at B. F. KoosIJng's drug store. Regular size 50e and $1.00. LO,W RATES TO LOUISVILLE VIA PENNSYLVANIA LINES. Special excursion rickets to Louisville Ky., will lie sold via Pennsylvania linos, August 9tH and 10th, account'the annual -meet of the League of American Wheelman. XJie low rates will be open to all.' Tickets with return, limit. Including August 18th may be obtained at ticket offices of the "Pennsylvania Linos. For details, apply to • nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent. ; i HOME-SEEKERS'EXCURSION. The Wabash Railroad company wil. sell excursion tickets to points In. the West, Southwest and'South at very low rates on August 4 and 18, Sept. 1, 13 and 29, Oct. G and 20,1800. For particulars as to limits, time of traftis and oilier details,' call on or ad dress • . , C. G..NEWELL, Agent. "PAINE"IN BRONZE. EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS. On' August IS the Wabash Railroad company wJll run a cheap excursion to Niagara Falls by special train. Rale from LogaBSport ten ($10) dollars for the round trip. Return limit three days from date of sale.' - - ; C. G, NEWELL, Agent. Bust Portrait to Bo Erected at WashingV>n. It Will Kn Dymimllo Proof and 1'n.ttnrned After tho Hii»t llclnji" Mxd« for tho Monumvnt of Puluc at Now Kochullo. Thomas Paine, the revolutionary itiitusniiin and the grreat agnostic of h'.n time, is to be commemorated by the largest bronze portrait bust ever mado, wliich is to be erected at the-national capital by the Paine Historical society. It will be patterned after an heroic bronze bust now being modeled by Wilson M'noDonald, the oldest living American sculptor,, nnd the- president of the society. The society intends to purchase a nniill piece of land in Washington and on it place the bust, which will be mounted on a heavy bronze pedestal,constructed without crack or opening, so a« to be made as nearly dynamite proof ns possible. - - • "We think this is ncccssiiry," say* ,Mr. JlacDonald,' whom a Now York Herald man found in his Sixth avenue Mud'o working on the first clay model of the bust which-he is to make. "Not so iineesKary at once, yet best in view of the treatment thnt has been received by the Paine grave nnd monument at New liochclle. The hoacl nnd foot stones of the grave were broken many years ago. rind all that is left of tliom is this little piece, no larger than your two hands, whioh an old lady living by the gravo foiinfl nnd gave to Cnpt. George W. Loyd, who gave it to HIP. See tin; shot murks on it? Iconoclasts have u.sed il for n Target. Ten yours ago 1 found the monument chipped,broken on the odg-es and corners, the inscriptions p:irti:illy defaced nnd almost mined. With the aid of a few friends I- had the inscriptions recast nnd restored the monument HP you sec it to-day. "There is a more liberal feeling to thiy. but we propose to mafc« the bust :iiid pedestal of ihe monument so strong r.nd to anchor (.hem so securely thnt nothing short of n very large charge of dvnamite can destroy them." ' The proposed colossal bust will be absolutely unique for a portrait and one of the 'most imposing works of the sort in existence.- It will be of gigantic proportions. The head of the bust alone "will measure six feet from tbe point of the chin to the top of the head, and the LOW RATESTO SALT LAKE Via the. North-Western Line (Chicago &. North-Western ; R'y) August C and 7, 1800. For full Information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address W. B. Knlskern, Q. P. & T. A., Chicago, 111. • . The CoJd Wave Club of Indianapolis Is negotiating Cor tbe-piu-clmso of ft. par: of Holmes" Island in Pine Lake, near LnPqrte,.ami-will make a pleasure-report of it. .' . • '.'.. "'. ' '-. My little boy, when,two'years of age, was token very 111 with bloody flux. T was axfrtecd to use Chamberlain's Colic, .Cholerai and Diarrhoea .Remedy, and luckily', procured part .ot .a> bottle., 1 carefully read the directions and gave jt accordingly. He was very low, .hut stowly KJi'a surcl 5' be-to* 011 : to improve, gradually recovered, arid te now as stout ' and strong as ever. I feel sure'It'saved bis life. I never can praise the Remedy half Its worth.'.; i am sorry every one in the world .does not know, how, good It it is as.Ido.-Mns'. Una S, Hlnton, Gra- hamevllle, MarJon Co., FloHdn. For sale by B. F. Keesling, druggist. • ' Subscribe for Tie Journal, 40 cents a .THE NEW PAINE BTJST. entire bust w'ill'brt'about^lS feet high. Then the pedestal will be'ln proportion. The materials to be used by Mr. Mnc- Donald in his work are an 1 original portrait of 1'a.ine which he owns, two portraits that were painted from life-ajid the standard engraving- from the picture that was painted;by.-Waldo and Juett. . • •'v ;.;: The work will be carried on by tile Paine. Historical .society, arid appeals will be ni'ade to kiii'dred societies and to the public generally. '„ . The clay\ model on. which VSIr. Mao Donald is now working ie'the-firm-vis jble stupe of the work. When it i» to the sculptor's satisfaction,-; showi;i( Faine in his prime, with hia head htld thoughtfully a. little to one side—MB favorite position—it will be copied m clay, heroic size. From this model tbe bronze'will be made. -B^ill cost $3.000 From '"the completed b'ronze will 'be modeled the colossal bust to be erects rd in Washington. • ; Mr. MacDonaiawy»that the bust.wi be completed befofe'next itey. ' •• • The unveiling ceremonies wiM be held on next Decoration day, and Col. Eobcrt G. Ingersoll will deliver the oration All of'the e'xpcnsei will be paid by Ihe Paine Historical society, the Philosoph ical society of Brooklyn and Mao hattan Liberal club of New \ork These societic«;for several yeora have met at rnin^'a grave. ..Subscribe for The Journal, 40 cents a SutMKMi* IOT ^ —,-., ™ ™~ -. '* Ai.' •••'•- '.'••' •••.••.'.• ;'•'.•••••.'.. . %••/.•' '.mOZlt^l. '•'•'" • ' • '• .'••'' • •'.'•"-.. '•' nlOntU.:.. . .^:. ', ..-.'. ^...."V..;.. -^l.v..^'.- ;.-; -.' '-^;.. : r..; lv ,; ••;;•, •'•'•..' .,',,:'.• '.'.','.•"/ , A :.;'.•..'''.,•.'••.-•'.""'. i. ",'. - Cnibn Foretoll — -.- . . For some lime previous to the day upon which the great earthquake o August. 1857, occurred,greatswarmso crabs of an unknown variety were seen In the Bay of Poytn, ChUi. They nl appeared to be greatly excited, and wer literally climbing over each other :n their efforts to esca.no the impendifli calamity. How they .knew that the earthquake was collecting its strength to desolate »he coast is more than man can..say, but that they knew.that.son-e thing unusual was about to happen there is no doubt whatever. That thcr were millions-lot -them may be inferred from''the. report of Dr. Forbe^ ;; who Bays-tfiat "ten days after the-.carlh quake the d.Vad crnbs were thrown upon the' benchVin a'-wall-like .line,- three, t four feet wide,"along the whole cxum ,of the,bay.", .-.. r - ^-Mlnt-M»rlff OB^OP* .Coin*. .>.- if -. f One-can-ebsily' tell 'Where'thtf United States coins >vere ^n?dc,by;..the^ mln marks" which they bear." Coin* minted •t>t,i Charlotte,vN. C., ".beflr.-the lettcr-C 'those -made at; Dohloiicga,, Ga.,.tn letter D; .those at New Orleans, the let ,ter,0;. thpse at Corsqn,.City^.tlie.lette •CiiBn'd/thoiseVat'iSan.FranciHco, thelet^ 'ter.,S.v .•."•v-'.i-' -'• ••• ''•• ' \:i:.' ' : ' ';•"; LarfMt Conner <n Aanrtc*. San Bernardino, Cnl., is said to be »h krgest county In the United Stated covering 21,172 nqnarc mtle«. Talks " Merit talks" the intrinsic value of aood'sSarsaparllla. ' Merit in medicine means tbe power to cure. Hood'a Sareaparilla po»»e§se8 actual «nd uncquillcd curative power «nd therefore it has true merit.' When' you buy Hood's SarsaparllU,»nd take It according to directions, to purity your blood, or cure any : of the many blood diseases, you are morally certain to receive benefit. The power to cure is there. You are not trying an experiment. It will m»ke yonr blood pure, rich and nourishing, tnd thus drive out the germs of disease,itrenethen the nerve* and build up the whole»y«tem. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best, in fact—the One TrueBlood Purifier. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, MMS. Hood's Pills in or IU. 25C. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. ••SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route-New Orleao* to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. The mperlor .accommodations given ttb irttt number of patrons ot the above nr»ln durlne the past tourist season, warrants tb<> announcement of plan* !»r nest season of finer service with equipment superior to anything yet known ID transcontinental traffic. Look for earl? re-Inauguration of •BDNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunaet Itoute" in connection with the "Queen ind Crescent Route" are running th» mly line of through tourist Pullman Weepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for-Los Angelea and 4an Francisco. These excursions are specially contacted, and the object Is ^'enable tho»B who do not care'to buy the flrgt-clasa •onud trip or one way tickets, to enjoy. t comfortable ride with sleeping car •rlvllegeg and no change of cars'at the -;tcy low second-class rate. For further Information, addreti Vf. 3. CONNOR,- ..(Commercial Agt 8. P. •o., Cincinnati; O. W. G. NEIMVEH, G. W. Agt. S. P. *»., Chicago, 111. B. F. MORSE,;!G.VP. * T- -*•<"• 8 to., New.brleacfl,:L«, \-^ Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMEBS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAII^- WAT; AT-ST. JO- Beginning May 25th and contlnulni ntil about Sept. 30th the »teajDeni ol thli line will make two trips each w»j telly between St. Joieph and Chicago, »Q the following schedule: ^ Leave St Joseph at 430 ; p. m. i 10*0 p. m., dally. Including Snndiy Leave Chicago at 0:30 a, m. and r * p. m., dally, including Sunday. Ertri trips on Saturday leave St Joseph « It. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p.,in Banning time across lake 4 hour*. . Trl-weekly steamers to illlwankee iMTing St Joseph Monday, Wednesday utd Friday evenlugs.' the eqnlpment of this line incrade (be Bide wheel steamers City of CHIOS' tnd City of Milwaukee (the largest am •nest west ol Detroit), and the new.I rebuilt propeller City of Loulsvllli Service flret-cUus. Connection* with » f .Ddalla trains. Tickets on sale «t a fandalia Line stations. Chicago doc 'f«ot of Wabash avenue. : • J. H. GRAHAM, Prer, "''•'•'• Benton Harbor, MIc) Going F6r A Lake jlKE JUCHIGAM AKD LAKE TRAKSPORTATIpMCO'S 1EGANT STEAMSHII Wrt» rending . mtttor, ink jroor ne»««t , Addreu Jo«. Ber G P. A.' LAKE MICH. AND 1

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