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OUR NATIONAL SAUCE. Gladness Conner W ith a, better understanding of th transient nature of the many phys leal ills, which vanish before, proper ef inrts— gentle efforts—pi easan t efforts- rigbtly directed. There is comfort in the kno vledge, that so many forms o' " "cnesii are not-due to any actual dis e, but simply to a, constipated con(J ; •udof the system, which the plcusai, family laxative, Sj-rupof Figs, prompt |y removes. That is why it is the on!j iwnedy with millions of families, and is •wrywhcrc esteemed so hig-My by al who value good health. Its bcncncia •Sects are due to the fact, that it is th< •ne remedy which promotes intcrna •leanliness without debilitates tin vans on which it acts. It is therefore [important, in order to get its bcno ' * effects, to note when you pur •ure, that you have the genuine art; •to, which is manufactured by the Cali iarnia Fig Synip Co. only and sold by •11 reputable druggists. M In the enjoyment of good health '•ad the system 'is regular, laxatives 01 •(her remedies arc then not needed. I: •ffllcted with any actual disease, on< •Uy be commended to tho most skillfu 1 «kTBicians, but if in need of a laxative S should have the best, and with th< , well-informed everywhere, Syrup Ylgsstands highest nnd is most larjfelj and gives roost general satisfaction. Keep Cool by Using THE KELLBY Shower Bail RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose tS Express id, i5c, Frevenu Wetting Bead Floor or Walls. rtornlef.i Water .Closets. Send for CatuloRtie Vn»t Proof WHter Clcsets. ?elf-Actlni? Water Closets, Kelljr Stop nnd Waste Cock, THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. 8. P. KLOTZ, PASTOR U. B CHURCH. Traienoo, ind., Sept 8,1888. «>«ps]n Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I have been afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or sour •tomach. I have tried different reme- Ue« without much benefit. Finally I ftooght a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pep•In and found that It benefltted me. 1 Ktn convinced that It will do what It to recommended when taken according I* directions. I bav* taken nearly on« bottle and feeJ like a different person. :-.-'•' 8. P. KLOTZ. For saie by B. F. Keesllng. 5UHMER TOURS . VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE nOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES • Solid Vestlbuled Tralis Wltb Wagner Sleeping Cars t» Dew York aid Boston from St, Louis, Teoria, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, via CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Special." "The South-western Li.rn.Hed:" Six Terminals at the Great Lakes. Chicago, Beaton Harbor, Toledo Detroit, Sandu3ky, Cleveland Tourist Bates in all Directions. E. O. McConnlck, PRSIH. Traffic Manager. D. B. Martin,. ' Genl. Paw and Ticket-Agent. St Joseph la a moot delightful resort flaring this extremely torrid weather. pare for the round'trip, 12.00. Train leavcc VanOalla station at 7*0 a. m. •rery Sunday. ' •.•:..,,..•' Tomato Ketchup, Its Manufacture and Adulteration. If European" Want the Koiil Article They Have to Como to Aworlcft for It —Visit to » Flimou.i Now Jersey I'actory. New Jtrsey is the home of the tomato" and especially of thu national sauco of Americri. toma-to la-tchup. Hero l.hc tomnto plant attains its higbeststate-of pt'rfoctioii aud produces a- Iruit so lusaious, red and round as to justify the old Enplish mime o£ "Jove apple," to which the French still cling-, cnlHuy Jt povnine tTiunour. The tomato plant being a'native of America, and the name coming- from the Indian word "tumatl," it is littiijjj that tumato ketchup should be on every table hi thu land, and that America s'houh 1 furnish the choicest brands of Hie product for the whole world. The ;:ldll of the- French cook is KUrpassocl in this instance; if he wants real tomato ketchup he must buy it in America. •Wide-spreading acres are devoted in- Jcrs'.-y exclusively to t.he calture oi tomatoes, tho choicest ones of which are reserved for lomnto Jtetehup. There are large factories in which ketchup making- is the chief industry. A random visit to one ot these factories is enough to convince the o\vuer of the most jaded palate thait there are flavors yet worth tasting 1 . Tomatoes ore put up in ue-arly haJf. a hundred inconceivable ways, but chiefly in ketchup. The cooking is done on scientific principles. The original recipe for the ketchup produced, unlike that ot a certain famous English sauce, probably came "from an old woman i;i the country," but the product has been so chang-ed and improved by experiment that the old womnn herself would bt forced to admit-that she had not attained the hiyhestrank in her nrt. Tho best efforts of at least two men in. one of the factories, says the New York Tribune, have been devoted to improving the flavor of the ketchup, but the results of their labors can be obtained by q general public only iu the finished product. Their processes are carefully guarded secrets, kept locked up in their STIRRING THE PULP. breasts. If both of them should die suddenly the world would miss a distinctive product of the culinary art. The superintendent of the factory is one of these men. He probably knows as much about preserving fruits and mak- ng sauces as any man in the United States—and maybe more than any other man. 'The secret of the tomato ketchup made here >s carefully guarded," said ;he superintendent. "We say w» make ketchup without the use of chemicali or coloring matter, and we do it Salicylic acid is the standard chemical to prevent fermentation. If you can get just the right amount of that perhaps it is not. harmful; but the trouble is you jave to use just-n little too much to make sure tlyit fermentation will not set in; and that surplus amount of, salicylic acid hinders the natural fermentation of food in the stomach. It s as plain as that two and two make lour. 'Then there is another thing, the coloring matter. These highly-colored cetcb'ups that look so bright»re really not as pleasing to the eye as a ketchup that retains the natural color of the to-, mato, .and they certainly are not so lealthful, for .thtfy contain carmine.' Anyone who'knows- what carmine is made of doesn't care to eat it." So much for tbe maker's estimate of his own product. Th« factory is ecr- ainly neat and aromatic. A whiff of the air I here after dinner is always as _ood as it dash of tomato ketchup. It requires 2,000 tons of tomatoes daily to ,upply the demand for the various prc- >erves that 4re put up here. These are uruished largely by the farm in oon- .ectioii with -the factory and partly by he surrounding-gardeners. Theflntst, oddest fruit is reserved for the ketchup making 1 . It -must be unbruised. This a placed m a scalding machine where, with .two separate cold washings and a ot plunge bath, the ekin is loosened. Icnce it goes into'a peculiar 'machine ailed the "cyclone,'" which separates the skins and seeds from tbe pulp. Big lorcelain-lined pumps take the pulpa to i "sifter," where the coarser fibers nre aken out and nothing but the bloodr' ed fluid percolates through, to be made nto ketchup. Evsn this refining proc- ss is not enough, for the water is sepa- ated from it and the clear pulp is .then- ilaced io largo hermetically sealed cans, vhere it is cooked without foreign ubstanccs of any kind as a preserva- ive. .. -' . • . • . • . • These cans are taken, down through- ut the year, as occasion-demands, nnd he real, process, of , making- ketchup, rom the essence !of;the tonjaix} begins.. ^he plup.goes through-more, sitting- machines that make . it smooth like ream, and is placed in large tin-lined cttlee, where it is boiled and seasoned. Country girls with. freeh -Jersey com- lexions stir it'up meanwhile, and.the pices—what they, ore only two men i W —Hare added. It is then tomato etctiu p 'ready f or toe bottles, buckets nd barrels that await it; for ketchup made by the barrel and.shipped by IP ton. THE NEW WOMAN. Is M;i!;intr Her Appearance in All Parts oC the Lnnu. The coming of what is known us the "now woman" in our country is not greeted by every ono as it' she were a grent blessing. But there Is- another new woman whom everybody Is glnd to sec. Every day some invalid woman is exclaiming, "I have been made a new woman by Dr. Hartmnn's home treatment." After years of bitter disappointment nnd suffering t;iey luvvo found medical relict at last. The more new women %ve have of this kind the better it will be for the future of our country. It is only necessary to send uatoc, address, symptoms, duration oC sickness, nud treatment already received to Dr. Hartman, Columbus, O., and directions for one month's treatment will be promptly forwarded. Tho medicines can be obtained at the nearest drug store. A little book, written expressly for women by Dr. Hartman, will be sent free for a sliort time by The Pc-ru-nn Drug 'Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. The revenue of tho South African Republic is derived from land sales, quit-rents, customs, huttax. stamps, transport duos, and principally from licenses on the sold field. If you have ever seen a little child in tbe agony of summer complaJnt, you can realize the danger of the troubl and appreciate tbe value of instantan eous relief always afforded by DeWitt'o 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 n cure.—Jno, M Johnston. ALL RAIL ROUTE TO THE SEA. To Atlantic City Without T-snsfer via Pennsylvania Lines. By che opening of tile Delaware River Bridge the Pennsylvania. Lines have become the only all ra'1 route to Atlantic City and the seashore. Transfer of passengers and baggage at Philadelphia via Market street Ferry and Camdeu is avoided, as seashore trains of Parlor Cars and Coaches depart froru Broad street station, at which pa^sscn- gens -form the west over the Pennsylvania Route arrive In that city. Through trains from Chicago, Indiana- polls, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and tatermeblate points on the Pennsylvania Lines make convenient connection with the seashore traJns. For details apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent. In Prussia the price of medicine regulated by the State, and a iiow price list Is issued annually. BTJCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world "01 cuts, cruises, pores, ulcers, salt rbeum, fever tores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains •.•urns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. A Iliitti-sherlf is au edict issued by the Sultan of Turkey himself. It usually concludes with the words, "Let my order be executed according to its form aud moaning." It down ; matter much whether sick •headache, biliousness, indigestion and constipation are caused by neglect or by unavoidable circumstances; DeWitt's Little Early Risers will speedily cure them all.—Jno. M. Johnston. Wilfred Laurler, thu new Canadian Premier, is a poor man, and it is said that if ho wore to die now tue estate would not amount to more than $2,000, Tneories of cure may be discussed at lengfh by physicians, but the sufferers want quick relief; and One Minute Cough Cnre will give It to them. A safe cure for children. It IB "tbe only harmless remedy that producee Immediate results."—Jno. M. Johnston. Hamburg has run ahead of Liverpool, and is now the chief port of Europe, if German statistics can be believed. :- "Boys will be boys," but you can't afford to lose nny of them. Be ready for the green apple seaoon by bavins DeWltt's Colic & Cholera Cure In the- honee,—Jno. M. Johnston. EXCURSION TO. MILWAUKEE, WIS., VIA PENNSYLVANIA - , LINES. August 23d and 24th, excunston tickets to Milwaukee, Wis., wHl be sold via Penmgylvanla Limes, for Republican League National Conventton.; return coupons valid Saturday August 29th, inclusive. The Wabash Railroad company will sell excurston -tickets to points In the West, Southwest and Sooth- nt very low rates on August 4 and IS, Sept. 1, 13 and 29, Oct. C and 20,1S9C, 'For particulars as to limits, time of trains and other details, call on or address . . - . • '.C..G. NEWELL, Agent. EXCURSION TO FT. WAYNE. Excursion to. Ft. Wayne via Wabash Sunday August 23, rate $1.00 for round trip, leave Logansport at 7 a. m., train returning leaves Ft. Wayne at 7:30 p. m. • Grand reunion of German singing societies of Northern Indiana under :he'auspices of the Ft, Wayne Soenger- tiund. • .AH the German singing socle- ties will appear In a musical program at Robison's park: The Ft. Wayne Saengerbund will entertain Its friends at Its .new and magniflcexit hall: at No. 55 West Main street. •' ' • RIGHT AND LEFT Paralyzing blows arc being dealt at disease by the groat tonic ana regulator, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Fever and ague, general debility, rheumatism, nervous ailments, constipation and dyspepsia, are among tho maladies for which experience has prove it a specific. Its work is thorough, It effects are prompt. It is not, howevo advertised to produce immediate cure though, it affords speedy relief, au will, if given a reasonable trial, sucl as any standard remedy deserves, roo out tho maladies to which it 2s .adapted In emergencies arising in families, i is parUcualrly serviceable, and it is cs teemed throughout the land as a mod Icine of comprehensive uses, 'whole so,me vegetable composition and unob jcctiouablo flavor. )t has risen to pop ularity by purely legitimate means and only well substantiated facts an alleged in regard to it. Use it system atically. DON VALJEBIANO WEYLER An Unbiased Criticism, of Cuba's Captain General. The Queen of Scrvi.i, it is said eschews the soft bed.find avoids th down pillows .-is she would Hie plague She slt-ops OLI ;i narrow divan spre:u with a hard, unyielding mattress, am without the vestige of a pillow. THE DISCOVERY SAVED HIS LIFE Mr. G. Cailouetto, druggist, Beaver vine, II!., says: ''To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my lite. Was taken with la grippe and triad all the physi cians for miles about, but of no aval and was given up aud told I could noi live. Having Dr. King's New Discov ory iu my store I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first dose began to get better, and after using three bottles was up and about again It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store without it." Get a trial bottle at B. F. Kcesliug's drug store. ' One of the city parks of Memphis Toun., which is described as h.-iviug upholstered scats, has proved so inviting a place for vagabonds that the keeper is kept busy arresting tramps for sleeping or lying down there. SOMETHING TO KNOW. It may be worth something to know that the very best medicine for restoring the tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nerve centres In the stomach, gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys, and aids these organs in throwing off: impurities in the blood. Electric Bitters improves the appetite, aids digestion, and is pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best blood purifier and nerve tonic, Try It. Sold for 50c or Jl.OO per bottle at B. F.'Kcesllng's drug store. Thieves turned up the corner stone of a new church at London, Onr., and stole the money deposited In it. Don't trifle awny time when you Jiuve cholera roorbus or diarrhoea. Fight them in the beginning with DcWltt's Colic •& Cholera Cure. You don't have to wait far results. They are Instantaneous nnd. it leaves the bowels In healthy condition.—Jno. M. Johnston. The proportion of ball headed men In this country Is more than 1C per cent.. Poison Ivy, Insect bites, bruises, scalds, bums, arc quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the groat pile cure.—Jno. M. Johnston, The severest out breaks .of smallpox ii England this century were those of 1823, 1S37, 1S32, lSC3-4-!3, (very severe),' 1STT and 1SS.1. Many a'dav> work is lost by sick headache caused by Indigestion and stomach troubles. DeWltt's Little Early Risers are the most effectual pill 'or overcoming such difficulties.—Jno. M. Johnston. T HE ONLY Time Blood Purifier prominently in the public 1 eye today is Hood's Samparilla. Therefore get Hood's and ONLY HOOD'S. The position of a break in the sub ; marine cable is located'by measuring the electricity needed to charge the re- 1 .maining.unbroken part. . ;The Whole system Is drained and undermined by indolent ulcers and open sores. DeWltfs Witch Haert Salve speedily heals them. It Is the best pile cure known.—Jno. M. Johnston. In the United State* Do In Known U "The JJntclier," In Spain no Ii Accused of Having Boon Culpably Lenient. The rea. personality of GCJJ. Weylcr— which may not altar all be nn especially striking one—has been lost sight of amid a storm of con trovers}-, a cyclone of invective, such as has mged about tia head of no other man of the day. When he was nominated to succeed Mar tines Campos in command of the Spamsa forces in Cuba, a shout of triumph aroso from the extremists in Spain, and S burst of indignation from Americana who sympathized with the revolutionists. Campos had been lenient, conciliatory, humane, and he hnd failed. It was assumed on all sides that Wuylcr's appointment meant a complete reversal of policy, and that f he new captain general represented a regime of merciless severity. Terrible stories were told of Gen. Weyler's doings in the last Cuban war. It was charged, says JIunsey's Maga- zinc, that he never gave quarter, that his soldiers were allowed to pillage and murder at will, that he spured neither women i>or children, that he would or- deryounggirls to be stripped aud forced to dance, and compel their parents to witness their shame—such were only Bome of the shocking, and undoubtedly exaggerated, if not wholly fabricated, accusations brought, against.him. War, picturesque ,,nd glorious at. a safe historical distance, is a. cruel and ugly thing, and theru have always been barbarities in time of civil strife. During- the last rebellion in Cuba, atrocities were committed on both sides. Weyler was then only a colonel, nod was not responsible for the policy of tlie campaign; and there is little evidence to phou' that he was more deserving ot criticism than other Spanish ofiioevs. Our portrait. of'Ciiiu. Woyler is from a photograph taken when h« was in his prime. Since his arrival in. Cuba 'It cannot be denied that he has shown Ir.msolf anxious to conduct hostilities upon civilized lines, that his orders.have disr ' CAPTAIX GENERAL WETLER. countenanced cruelty, and that his restrictive measures have been no more severe Mian eome ot those, for instnucir, adopted in our own civil war. Unfortunately, the captain general does not know all that is going on in the great Caribbean islaud. Sometimes, indeed, he seems st.rangely'ignorant o£ events reported as happening nlraost under his eyes. Certain it is that innocent people'are daily 1 shot, down here, there and everywhere. This is a yaar of blood nnd terror in Cuba. It should pot be forgotten that in 9j>ain they nre complaining that- "yVey- ler' is culpably lenient with the. "b?n-. dits," as they term the revolutionists. And meanwhile he is finding: himself xinabte to carry out his promises of restoring- Spanish control of the inland districts of Cuba, It may be that failure in the'field; and criticism from Madrid, will before Jong change the situation, and impel the captain general to risk;more critical measures than he has yet attempted. Many eyes in this country ore watching .for something of that sort. There Ss a spice of humor in We.vler's make up. Not long ago a Havana newspaper published a vehement article, which censured the captain genern) for not shooting 1 enough men. Gen. Weyler at once -sent word to the editor that, "if he would publish'a. list of. the persons t-hom.'hfi desired i to have executed, {he- matter would be attended to at once." Cltlet «nd A cnrioua fact connected with deaths t>y lightning- has recently been noticed m Europe. It appears, that, as compared with the'country, towns, and especially cities, possees'remarkable in>- nuiiity from lightning 1 strokes. The statistics which have becjj compiled on Ae subject show that between 1800 a.nd 1 there was not a Kirj^le death, by lightning recorded in Paris, and that only one person out of each million ,hfl.t dies in London is token oft by a lischarge from nature's electrical bat- Between, 1851 and ISOS.only three lersons were struck by lightning in 'a,ris, nnd only one of these tliree cases resulted fatally. In Berlin only five )e-rsone liavc been (struck by lightning- nce 3713, Roentgen Photography.. • Important- improvements in liotmt- ji photography arc announced from Berlin. The most intenestiingr is a simile method of photographing the stom-- ich.arcd intestines. It is only noccs- i-ry for the^patient to. drink some- ma-mlees scJut.iori of mineral salt, euch as lime water, whiqb js as'izppenetrablo as boiic to X ray«, and excellent results are obta'hied. ; ' ' ''. ..'.'. .'"-.'. .". . Cuntlj Bale of Tobacco. - ' • "" iBelfus.t;(Me.),manufacturcriToeii1> y received.;^ ISO-pound .bale' of :first unlity Sum-lira tobacco, -which is Said i : be thfr first whole bale ever purchafced y a Jfaine manufacturer. This tobac- EO, which Is exclusively used for wrap- j^rs, is Rufflcient to cover 100,000 cigars. t is costly stuff, the one bale amount- tig-. 10^533. Talk "With Hood's Sarsaparilla, "Sales Talk," and . show that this medicine has enjoyed public confidence and patronage to a greater extent than accorded any other proprietary medicine. This is simply because it possesses greater merit and produces greater cures than any other. It is not what we say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story. All advertisements of Hood's Sarsaparilla, like Hood'a Sarsaparilla it- Belt, are honest. We have never deceived the public, and this with its superlative medicinal merit, is why tho people have •biding, confidence In it, and buy Hood's Sarsaparilfa Almost to the exclusion ol all others. Try it. Prepared only by C. I, Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. ' .. »^..i a™ tlle on y P s ae HOCUS PllIS with Hood's Sirsaparilla. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. aver the Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. The mperlor accommodations given the treat number of patrons of the above -rain during the past tourist season, warrants tho announcement of plans '•r next season of finer service with •(julpment superior to anything yet tnown in transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-Inaucuration of •SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset Route" in connection with the "Queen ind Crescent-Route" are running tbe »nly line of through tourist Pullman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and ten Francisco. These excursions are socially contacted, and the object Is ta enable thogt who do not care to buy the flrst-clasf -ound trip or one way tickets, to enjoy t comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at the 'try low second-class rate. For further Information, address V». 3. CONNOR, Commercial A&t 8. P. to., Cincinnati, O. W. G. NEI3ITER, G. W. Agr. S. P. •«., Chicago, 111. B. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Agt 8. F. •o.. New Orleans, La. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. tWIOH DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO, CONNECTING WITH THE VAl^DALIA RAIL- WAT AT ST. JO- J SEPH. ..-•< Beginning May 25th and continuing tntll about Sept. 30th the steamers of lhl§ line will make two trips eacn way dally between St. Joseph and Chicago, in the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 430 p. m. ac4 10:80 p. m., dally. Including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 1130 p. m., dally, Including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave SL Joseph at I a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Running time across lake 4 hours. . Trl-weetly Bteanaers to Milwaukee, leaving St Joseph Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. .: The, equipment of this line Includes «ihe«I(Je wheel steamers City of Chicago and City of Milwaukee (the largest and •nest west of Detroit), and tbe newly. rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with all Tandalla Milns. Tickets on sale at all fandalla £Ine stations. Chicago dock feot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. Going For A ake Trip? You'll fully enjoy all of Its delight* If you takeono of tne AXE TIICHIGArf AW) LAKE SUPERIOR ,-,, TRANSPORTATION CO'S EGANT STEAMSHIPS. " .P*toH«y. ,*c. - •..,. Write tot"wt readable reading matter, froo, ' or ask your nearest agent. • Address Jon. BeroUneim. L.AKB SUCH. AND I^UEK; SCPKBIOBTBAIW.CO. RinkairiN. *•>«*<.. "" ---