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WHY CAN'T IBE WELLS Weak and Most I Always bo Sickly ? fl«rlotu OiK'Ktlon.t for ViiotixtiniLi of Snf- Jft'rcrM, A ivnnltt* Annwt'r from " tliu Host Authority. ' ' You arc not in yoocl health. There is ti weakness,' a piiin, 'or n tired feeling', your blood. is bad. your. nur.vus . aro weak, or .some oi'ffiin in the body it; out of order and yon need 'building up. Don't neglect such a condition, for delay is dangerous. •You can pet well and-have perfect health just as well us not. Follow tins advice of Mrs. IVCullcn, of 772 Grand avc., Jfew ]Iavcn, Ct., who will tell you how she got well and jnst how you also can be cured. "I was very weak and nervous and. could not hold anything hvmy liunds. I felt tired and nervous all the time, and had no ambition to do anything.. In fact, I was nearly in my grave, I took Dr. Ovuuno's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, and it has done a world Of good for me. MRS. F. CtTLLEW, "I am now strong and nblo to do roost anything. Dr. Greene's wonderful Nervura cured me, and I urn sure it •will help every man, woman or child who is weak and nervous." Dr. Greene's Xervura blood and nerve remedy is a very giant among medi cincSi performing cures which seem little short of miraculous. You can make.no mistake in trying it. It is the prescription and discovery of Dr. Greene, of 3D West 14th St., New York City, the most successful specialist in nervous und chronic diseases. who gives free consultation, personally or by let'^r. Gonor.-il Low WfiMace has consented to place himself to -the hands of the Uepublittui XiitiOiu.nl committee and •will 'take the stump on Oct. 15. Tlici'o Is ..a growl demand for tie general nil over ;the country, •mud the commjttee lm.s not yet decided just'where he will 'be sent.—Orawfordsvillo Journal. Selmyler roweil -treated 'his Sunday school class from the Huivershlist church to'tra nonnail nutiting party Saturday. He secured a ton-rid wagon and took'them to the eonnitry ten miles east whore 't.hero is an abmulniice of nuts. Tlfey returned i.u .the evening laden with nuts «ud melons. THE DI'SCOVEBY SAVED HIS LIFE} Mr. G, Ca'lloueit'te, druggist, Beaver vJlle, 111., says: "To Dr. King's Xew Discovery I owe my liife. Was taken •with la grippe and fa-led all the physl clans for miles about, but of no aval and wag gfven up and told I could no live. Having Dr. King's New Dlscov cry In my store I sent for a bottle and began Its use an'cl from '-flic first dose began to get better, and alter uslp'g three 1)041108 was tip aad albont again It. Is worth Ms weight In gold. i •won't keep store or nonse without It' Get a free trial at B. F. KeesMng's drn store. SOME DEMOCRATIC OPINION. The Journal ithils mo-ruiiu-g gives to its raiders brief extaots 'flroni the speeches of three eminent Democrats delivered ];iist Sfl.turday night. Han. Chin?. L. Jewe.lt,. of New Albany ox-ClKilniitin. at' l:hc Democratic State Central Co-ru'inJ.tteo and cx-Speakor of the'House Sfld'd at. Columbus, Ind.: ' "Wo are lodjiy face to face with tin: fact thn:t t'.ho frre-ait Do.-niotTiiit.io party which wo so loved smd served, the •party of Jefferson, Jackson, Tilckni', Hand-ricks, :uud Cleveland, .the'naittonal party vrlilch knew neiifher scctJon nor •the people, i:bu co-n- inir.liy, which slimmed 'lill ex- i amU rjipaj-ios I'll ^ovurnniOJit •am". stood ;leialously -i:iKl' earnestly for the Co'iistltuflaii;'the party of hnv, rwul wh'lch always'-tang-hit .that Hie only, real U'bcrty wns .tilberty und-cr- l«.w, has been •hnuixfeiTed .to now lesulersnl-p .nnd is today domi.ii.ated Ivy t-lic spirit anil pcr- soauU.it}- of a •tni.inp from Ohio, an Anairclilst from Illinois ami ti belated secessionist from South CaroJ'iua.. Hoiti.. W. S. Fovma.u, DMiiocrjitie oauuliihirte I'oi: Governor of Illinois, sa-ld at Chicago: •And I have hoard i.t saxl," continued Mr. .Foniian, ;;tha.C. The Unimible jack- jiss was tvausCerred from hand to liauil a nil fnl-Ullcd a erode monetary purposa M .ancient times. If jivcfcisses had been a lewil fccaulcr at ttie -rec-ent Chicago conveii(.io.n enousrh could have been discovered in the Coliseum to pay the n-aitionul debt. [Loud cheers aud huig-liItXM 1 .] And in -tliat ki:u-ii o'C a trans- notion I tlvi'Uk you wJll nil ngrce with me .(Hunt Alfeeld would hare been Rood for a. 200-cemt dollar." [Applnnsc n.-.uT Laughter.] Hem. M, E. Injjalls, Prcsidftnit of '-Big Fora 1 ". rresidonitlnJ elector on The Cleveland ticket in 1SS-1, SiHd a.t CJUc'ngo: "Bint Mr. Bi-ynai says the couivM'y has not pi-ospered'under n gold standard. "Let me give you a. few figures i-n ro.sard to thiis wlii.ch I IIAVO fcifcen from the census reports. The valuation oC Jill property in the United Staitcs i,u 1SSO was ,?43,000,000,000; ini 1SOO i.t had ijierejised to 905,000,000,000, or n. gain of .'0 per cant. In 1SSO die capihil Invested in miinuOaotorJes in •th.e.-'Dnit- oil Stattes wis 92,700,000,000; in 1SOO it had prrown to !?G,D24,000,000, or an in- crensc of more .than the entire capital invested in 1SSO. The number oC workmen ia the factories In 1SSO was 2,782.000 and i-n 1SOO there -were 4,711,000. The amount paid iai wages was ?D47,- 000,000, wMc-h bad gro-n-n I.tr 1SOO to ;2,2S2,000,000. Tdiimk of Wiis, workingmen, this marvelous prrowitli upon .a standard which 1\hc Populists say is destruction i-n the next -ten yc.ors? Take the coal industry of -tills- country. In 1S30 wo Trained 71,000,000 tons to, 1SOO, 141,000,000; In 1880 we paid in wages A GREAT MMEDY. For Sufferers Fi-oatf Tileu. Dr. Redmond, a specialist •' In tho study and 'H-LMltni'out of Fitijs ami rectal diseases, rocewlly stated thaif-thc Pyra- milfl- Tile Ciwe, the new discovery for the'cure of ip*'*, wns the most reinark- aiblc remedy -he Iliad ever seen or tried in'oiic respect; nud Wiat was, 'the iii- sltint reliloT expcrie-acctl In all cases, 110 unlit-tin 1 how sevci-c, fi'ora iiie-inoioent -Mio remedy TI-JJS aipplfrd; tihfe was the mare sunru-islng to 'him, bccniTSC he had care.ljuUy .•m.-ilyzeil the. ivroipm-ation and ;jio ittraco of ophwi, coca me or &iinllni' poison could be dot-octed. Phy^PcKiu's look with 'great , fa ; vor upon 'the Pyramid PUc Cure because it Is ruipiicll-y '(tnkJ.uff 't*c -place o-C surgi- mi opera i'.lonsi ami because tt is so simple, ,-iO easily a.ppilied and contains no mineral or tft'hur poisons- so commonly uso<l In pile cures. . ' l>r. Esteiibi-oolc-i-oports Bunt the Pyra- m'lld Pile Cure not only cures the various forms of Piles, but never fails to givo iiuinedltite relief ontho (irst appll- cn.tlffn, no matter how severe the pain or d'.lscoiiv(ont'may be. People who 'have suffered from piles for yoars a;re often' flstontsaecl fit the rolief expei-ieuc'ed from the Di's't Another iliraponaiiit tid- •vantiage -is .'the fa.ct nilia-t tiinyoiie can use 'lilie re.mwly wiitihout dete:uti-on from busln-ess or interference with daily oc- cupailiion. Sol-d by druggist? at 50 cents per package. Send for free book on cause and cure of piles. The Baltimore & OhJo Southwestern railway sliops at "Washington, Ind. •having (.llschnrged thirty men, closed the plant until October 1, to reduce cx- . pens'cs. It you bave ever seen a little child io the agony of summer complaint, you can realize the danger of the trouble «nd appreciate the value of instantnn- tx>us relief a 1 !ways" afforded by DeWitt's Colic & fcholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea it is a reliable remedy. We could not sfford to recommend this ID a cure unless It were a cure.—Jno. M. Johnston. Oh'aa-les 'Myers, a well-known colored barberr at "Washington, I-nd., committed suicide yesterday morning by himself. The whole system Is drained and undermined by indolent ulcers and open •ores. DeWItfs Witch Hazel S.ilye speedily heals them. It is the best pile cure known.—Jno. M. Johnston. The big •estnibllslinient of Garr, Scott & Co., at Rleliimoml has shut down without date for'reopening. This establishment employed between six and serea hundred men. It doesn r matter much whether sick headache hlllousnws. indigestion and constlparion nre cniised by neglect or by nnavoUlable circumstances; DeWitt's Little Early RIaers wUl speedily cure them all.—Jno. M. Johnston. The persons .Injured In the recent die; turbamee at Orestes will recover. The rioters will be arrested. Poison Ivy," Insect bites, bruises. •caldfi, burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Siilve, the great pile eure.--Jno. M. Jobmrton. •. .' '.'' to co:d miners .^OOO.OOO, lu 1SOO, .$110,000,000. "Take the railway business, which is more f.'i.mli-iai-, porh-aps, to som'ejrf us tham anj-thimg else, and whichi is one o'f -the greatest industri-es of Uio coun try. -In 1SSO the earnings of. the ra.ll ways of the United Sta.tes were $015, 000,000; fin 1SOO 401,000 mien were ern ployed -in this business, nmd In 1890 704,000. Now, my friends, don't lo Dhe Populists get you away from thl fact thia/t aJl. this increase was upon : Kold standard ;md it was ooly stopped by on atitempt of the silver people to debase our standm-d of the silvci people to debase our standard, and on toho 3d of .November this Populistic •snake thct is killing OUT credit is cruslwfl, we may look for a. develop mcn.t In the next ten. years tlitit. will even surpass the development of the ten years I have just been speaking of Give us a.n 'honest standard «nd good credit n.nd we wJll outstrip tho world TEAVBLERS. Speak In high terras of the preventive and remedial properties of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a medicine peculiarly adapted to the wants of those called on to experience the vicissitudes of cll ; mate, the Inclemency of the weather, the hardships of a sea-faring or out- of-door HJe, or the dangers of a malarial or otherwise pestilential atmosphere. A small quantity of this agreeable tonlv? nullifies Impurities In water, and fortifies the stomach against the consequences of an unhealthy or unaccustomed diet. It also enables the constitution -to bear ujp unVarmcd against unhealthy cllmaitl-c Influences, and the system to sustain, unimpaired n health and vigor, the fatigues of raveling. Emigrants, tourists, miners and others Tvlio have thoroughly tested the efficacy of the article, .declare it to be a sovereign preservative of health under conditions most favorable. . From all accounts Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is a Godsend to the afflicted. There Is DO advertisement about this; we feel Just like saying. It. —Tn« Democrat, Carrolton, Ky. For ale by B. E. Keesllng, druggist. "Boys will be boy»," bnt you can't afford to lose any of them. Be ready, 'or the green apple season by having DeWltt'g CoUc & Coolers Cure In the !se.—Jno> M. Johnston, '• • : . A J.'LAMBEAU CLUB. Keys: One of -the features O'f tlit -local oirgiinjxatiou, w.ill be •a ilamjbeau club on wheels. This is a novelty. TlreTopcka, Kansas Ciity and Washington tlu.iubc,'iii chubs are all maircMiivg Oifwi'mixaiUions. The local club will bo composed of the members o.f the company of the United States military wliecJiuen, wdiicJi was organized here tost sprl'njr. Tbis company is un.iiCormcd, IUK! hn-s been drilling all season. The •mcaivbers nre ex]M?rt. rid- crs, and execute a. uuiuibcr of inove- nicnts awheel. They will bo trained lu itlieiir H-ajiiibeam 'ivork by a former member of the aid Topcka club. When, the orga.nr/ja.tion. is fully completed, the llaaiibwi.n ehib will lead 1 it in the nar- a'des. It will aJso be taken to .the odher cities in the Stute whore regiments arc orga.nmng.-aiul will probably ffivo displays in TCITO Ila.nite, li-ifayebte, Richmond and Ft. Wayne during Hie next moaiith. The Ropn'blicaai- wheelmen of the Uuitcd, States wiJl make a pilgrimage to Oa.riton to see Major McKiiiley on Oetober 3d. Word...luis been' sent out from the national (headquarters to .every organi7.a;bion in the conn-try, nnd Mr. Dunn writes that there will IK; 20,000 w.lieekuori Jn Can-ton that day. Al-l.'thosc living within 100 miles of that clity will be expec'ted to ride tlirougli, ! nnd those living a greater distance a,way will 'take trains -to some point near the town, and then a-lde in. Chl- caigo expects to sood 1,000 wheelJncu and mamy of Che other cities in the country will -send delegations In pro- iponhion. Indla.na.polte expects to send •a large .number of cyclists. GOOD ADV'ICE TO YOUNG JilBiN. Thei-e. sm'c praotjoal tessons I'u every day llt'Oi ft coJiiti'Ibutoi'.to the Franla'oi:!: Times sin'.vs, thiatyou.n'g men. M'ho learn :tllRtt. 'woujd'^prove o'f prwit value to them whotrrJioy reach it;he tijins 1 when itlic-y seek a po*i;lj»in. or desire Co engage in 'busi'iiCAS o» .their O^\IL account. Absolute and TcliriWe in.te^i-1'ty In business trainsa^tiou-s must be BIG fouiula- wltfch. to erect n.,reputation il' lit is desired to iin.ve it continue -tin'oiighoul: a. liTOJme. The young jiisvn wh'o lives beyond liis income jrad who has IHIl.lc delrts sea:tlere.'l ;lboiit tlmt Ivo csinnot oa- will not pay need iiio-t raped: to gat-a. sthiaidlng woi-lh •anything In .(.liu business woi-Jd. Young men with ropiiiteiiHons, for promijtusss in paylnK small oW^ntious, and who 'iwe. known -to ha.ve Iwvbit.s. of economy can stiart iin business with a- sm:ill 'amount of ready eash. Their repinUv tion Isiihe c.-upiital upon which-they can Jtsi-I aud do it successfully. Reputation of the right sort htis becji capital to m«niy young men uponi wltidh tlioy builded nil iimnesise business interest. AVli-itt 'hns been done c:in IK done again. Lot the boys and young ine.ii of today leara llrst lo live wiitihln 7:1011- income. IA»I: uo de.sLre 'to slilime in society aJong side the youth of wenlto overcome prudence o.r allowdeibts to be contracted 'thjut ^vill tcix the future to pay. Be in- kwnijic nJl business enjr;i{?c- ilK'lJh'ftr of 1.i):ne or money. AJK! wiiha-1 be honost, Will his to work a.r w-h-atever comes in your way'it' it is honest work aaid the future-will take c;we uliail: you get, to the front. BULL VS. THE BICYCLE. Mexican Toreador Introduces the Whool Into the.Ring. The Silent St««d .Not » Good Doagmr nd Klflcr anil Wheel Are Iffnu- " mlniously Towed Amoujt; the SpcctikiorB. In a recent letter to the manufacturers Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor-of the Spectator, Rushford, N. i"., says: "It may be a pleasure to you to know the high esteem in which Chamberlain's medicines are held by the people of your own States, where they must be best known. An aynt of mine, who resides at Dexter, Iowa, was about lo visit me a few years since, and before leaving home wrote me, asking if they wore sold here, stating if they were not she would bring a quantity with her, as she did not like to be without them.". The medicines referred to are Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for Its cures of colds and croup: Chamber- Iain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame back, pains in the side and chest, and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di- arrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. These icediclncs have been in constant use In Iowa for about a quarter of a century. The people have, learned that they are articles of groat worth and merit, and unequaled by any other. They are for sale here by B. F. Kees- llng, druggist. The bicycle which has crept into, almost every, path of .human life has at last found its way to the bull fighting ring 1 . There are few bicycles, as yet, iri Mexico. The people of the neighbor republic are inclined to regard the riding of a wheel :is very similar 10 work, and a good many of them arc opposed to that sort o£ thing. Still' there are a number of Americans down there who ride aud a few Mexicans who have the imitative faculty sufficiently developed in them to follow suit and enough human, nature in them to like it, once having done so. A few days ago Manuel Garcia, who has.been one of the champion bull fighters of the domain ot President Diaz, and who felt his pride had suffered recently because of a falling off of the attendance when he performed his during feats, determined to beg-in, a new epoch in. the history of the ring and to become the hero of it. He hud fought bulls on foot and on horseback from Iwyhood. He had killed everything in sight with horns in both, ways. Ho felt that he could repeat the thing blindfolded almost, but all that was an old story. So he made up his niiiul to introduce the bicycle in the ring. He knew we)l how to ride. There was no better performer in Mexico, and if he could kill a bull while seated on his steel steed', he felt certain of wear- ing'a new crown of glory. The City of Mexico was touched here and there with flaming red and yellow posters from end to end. In big 1 letters the bills told the story. It was « simple one. Manuel Garcin, famous for years as the bravest and shrewdest bu!) fighter of Mexico, was to meet the biggest and -wildest animal seen in the capital city in the present generation. The great day arrived. Thousands gathered in the great amphitheater and Last anii all the time-jHood's Sarsaparill* . has been .advertised' BM a blood purifier. Its great cares have, been accomplished through purified blood —cures of scrofula, Belt rheum, eczema, rheumatism, neuralgia, catarrh, nervousness, that tired feeling. It cures when others fail, because it Always Strikes at the root of the disease and eliminates every germ of impurity. Thousands testify to absolute cures ol blood diseases by Hood's Sarsaparilla, although discouraged by the failure ol other medicines. Rembmber that Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best—In fact the One True Blood Purifier. rk-ii easy to buy, easy to take, PlllS easy to operate. 25C. Evangelist D. T. Black, PeorJa. Illinois. Congressman Henry was interrupted by a. few rioters wh'ilc speaking at Salem, Sa'turdny. Officer Xricker wa<s seriously injured. Botli Republicans and Democrats deplore the occurrence. The persons responsible are said to have crossed into Ohio; YOUR TJJRE'D STOMAQH. • "I have no .appetite," you say, "and the li'U-k I do eat does me no good. At first It/feels cold and dead In my.stom- ach and by and by I have adhes and pains that sometimes go to my chest and bact. I feel weak, low spirito.1 and out of sorts all over. I fancy the demon oE dyspepsia has got me" That's the way you talk and no wo i- der. But wait .1 momenr, .Let us reason together. Perhaps thus far your stomacJi is merely tired. You have been eating too much, eating the wrong things, and Irregularly. You have given it too much to do, and like all living thingsi when overworked, It stops at length from S'heer exhaustion. There may not be an actually diseased condition as yet. Still It is nature's warning, and/you m ust heed It or worse will follow. ''But I must eat or starve," you say. True enaugh, but •afcty usually lies in mMdle courses. Hare lis one for you. You don't need drastic purges or exciting stimulants. Yonir condition Is one easily relieved if we go about It .gen'Uy. and sensibly. The tired • stomach won't work under whip and spur. It has probably had too much of that already. .What you require is something that:-Is ait.once a food and a digester of food. Such an article Is the Shaker Digestive Cordial, liseovered and prepared by Ittie Shaker oro/munlty of Mt Ldbaraon, . N. Y. Taken right after eating, so as to mix wilth the food, It does the stomach's work for lt,;glives It .the advantage of fm-itlier rest, strongfcliens you In a natural. way* and soon eoalbles the tomach to do full duty.'; [There. ; 13 nothing else -like this simple^ sale,' certain and phfaitable remedy. Yet the. Shaikers respect your doubts, and authorize druggists to sell a trial bot- le for ten cents. S03IETPING) TO KNOjW. It may be worth some^tMng to know ithat the very best medicine for restoring tli'c itlrcd out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. Thl* mtfdlclne Is .purely vegetable, acts by gdvjng tone to tlie nerve centres Jn tn'c stonraclh, gently stimulates the Live and Kidneys, and aids these organs 1 throwing off Impurities in the blood Electric BMters ta.p(rftves the appetite aids digestion 1 , amd is pronoonced b> th'ose who have tried it as the very (best Mood purifier nnd nervu tonic Try it Sold, for 50c nnd ?1.00 pe: b'o'Me at.B. F. Keesfing's drug store. Wabash College boys gave da'Isivc yells nod shouts for McKluley at a Bry an .mooting held at Crawfordsvllle Sat in-day, but were put to flight. It 1s re ported that the leaders to this exh'ibi tlon of "spirit" will be arrested. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. Tie Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, saii rhdum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and posl lively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Prire 25 cents per box. For sale; by B. F. Kees- ||ERVOU§ Troubles are due" to H impoverished blood. Hood'i Sar- apiwilla is the One. True,;:Blood uriner <md NERVE TONIC. During a political meeting at AV.iJi.i- rusa some boys pulled down a pole, which In turn knocked over a chimney from which ,1 brK-k fell upon the head of .Joseipih Kawf-njsiii, a shoe merchant. Milling 'Mm instantly. ,Wihcn'you fund a person who has tried Simmons Liver Regulator you are sure to hear them say something In its faror. Mrs. G. T. Judy, Blue Grass, HI,, recently wrote: "I cannot do without Simmons Liver Regulator since I know the value of It as a family medicine." ; And Dr. \V. P. Gdblbes, of Beaufort,"S. C., says: "I prescribe Simmons ikiror Regulator and know It to be n first-class liver .medicine." •_. • Many a day's work Is lost by sick headache caused by Indigestion and itomacfl troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the most effectual pill for overcomrngr such dlfflcultlMi-Jno. \f. Johnston. ' '.','- THE BULL RUSHED FOR IT. waited until the bovine giant was driven in. He looked big enough and mad enough to cat. a man. One of the lesser .lights rode in and prodded the bull once or twice. Then a few darts were fixed 'in his quivering "csh and he rushed madly lip and down, while Manuel, looking very handsome in. his bright costume, rodn in on a glittering bicycle. The bull eyed it and then rushed for it. Manuel dodged once. There was almost, a punctured tire, but, the horn just rhissea the wheel and no damage was done/ The bull went far past the bicycle, and, turning- at. the other side of the ring, watchecl it for a moment. Then the old fire came back into his eye and he moved toward the uncanny thing again, as though.shot-from a gun. The toreador rode slowly along with' his sword ready, and as the bull approached prepared to dodge nnd strike him in the Bide. •.. '' But bicycles do notdodgx: like horses. They, have not that Iceen, personal interest in their work that a horse has. .The front wheel strm-.k some slight im- .pediment and the machine stopped just long enough to get a horn in each wieel. He lifted bicycle and rider- together high in the air, and still rushing madly on" pitched-both far over; the fence among the spectators and tbj; fig-htwas over. ' : The toreador looked -a'f tcr-it was over .as though he had passed through a printing 1 press, and the' bicycle reminded ;Uie .onlookers, more of a tangle in a wire factory than anything 1 else. The bicycle will probably not be used further in this way. . ... A Most Remarkable Creature, The polype is the most remarkable creature that now inhabits the. earth, says the St. Louis Republic.- -If cnt transversely or longitudinally into several/parts, each part will soon become a perfect animal. Turn one inside out nnd it will continue 'to oat and enjoy itself. Prof. Trembly or Trombly cut them in two a.nd placed them together in such a shape that he formed aniinals with two heads and animals, with two sets of hinder parts and no beads! The cut edges in such-'cases readily unite mid the patched-upjcreat.ure goes right livinor n." if nothinp had happened. Saybrook, 111., Feb. 19,1894. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sirs: While at Cerro Gordo, III., In my revival work, ?, purchased a bottle cf your Syrup Pepsin, 1 regard it as most excellent I cannot get it here in Saybrook. Is . It on sale In Peorla, 111. If so, at what store? If not on sale there, if you will send me a dollar bottle there this week I will promptly remit. I will be home this week. Address Rev. D. T. Black, 1003 -it:ii« St.. Peoria, III. Yours truly D. T. BLACK. J-Vir ssile !>y B. F. k Mark ' FOR THE BLOOD, NERVES, LIVER —AND— KIDNEYS. 4 B. B. B. B. cured me of Heart and Bowel Trouble, lours, MBS. HANTSTAH SPRINGER, Miiroy,Ind. 4 B B B B are pi-rely vegetable. Put up in capsules, sixty in a box. Thirty days' treatment in a box. Price $1 per box, or eix for $6. Manufactured by H. C. BRAOQ. Connenville, Ind. For sale by all druggists. Tneorlea of core may be dlsciiased at engtfo by physicians, but the sufferers want quick relief; and One Minute Cough Cure will give It to thsm. A safe cure for children. It Is "the only uirmless remedy that produces Immediate results."—Jno. M. Johnston. - FOK SALE BY— B. F. RFESLING, Drugflft SUflMER TOURS . VIA ' '••-• . "BIG An interstate rallly was held at Union OFty, wMch was attended by large numbers of. people from botii Indiana md Ohio. The Hon. Warner Miller was the principal speaker. TO THE . '.'" ";'•"'" nOUNTAINS, LAKES and; SEASHORES Solid Vestibuled Tralas '...]" With Wagner Sleeping Cars New York and Boston from St. Louis, Peoria, Indianapolis,- Cincln-' natl, Dayton, Columbus, via CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Special." "The Southwestern Limrted." Sir Terminals at the Great Lakes.- ; 1 Chicago, Benton Harbor, Toledcu Oetrolt, Snndusky, Cleveland* Tourist Rates In all Direction*. ; .| E. O. McCormlck, ; . . , 'i Pass: Traffic Manager. , -y D. B. Martin, .^ Genl. Pass and Ticket Agent .y^ Don't trifle away time when you ?>ave cholera mbrhtkk- or diarrhoea-! Fight them In the beginning with DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure. You don't bave jo wait for results. They - we Instan- aneous and It leave* the .bowetojri ealthy condition.—Jno. M. Johnston. SANTAHVHDY .to Balsam ,pf Copaiba, , Cnbebi t>i Iujfldfcni tad I CUKEIN48HOO th«. s»me diseases inconvenience. U> Sold by all drvj&istk.i '

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