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,When a little one ii "expected in the family how lovingly the parents plan together for its future well- fare. They sometimes even forecast it? education and career. Docs this seem too early to anticipate while the child ia yet unborn? It isn't. The child's destiny has already been partly mapped out by Nature according to the disposition and habits of the parents. Tlie bust plan a mother can make for the future happiness of her unborn child is to maintain I her own cheerfulness and health while I her child's undeveloped being is still a part of hers. Her health at Ihis critical ) period is of tremendous consequence to the little one's whole future existence. Every prospective mother will find direct nourishment, comfort anil sustaining •trcngth, in Dr. Picrce's 1'avoritc Pre- •cription. It will maintain her vitality both bodily and mental; shorten the pcri- , od of confinement and make labor easy and almost painless. It imparts strength and elasticity to the organs concerned in parturition, invests the tnolher with recuperative energy against any after period of weakness and depression, and aids in the iccretion of healthy nourishment for the ehild. It is the uii'failing Cure of all " female -weaknesses." Dear Doctor— Your " Fnvoritc Proscription," i» fce best medicine to tiiht before couliiiemeni that eno be found. It proved so with me. I •ever suffered so little with nny of my children 13 I clW with my last, and she is the licnltliicil we have. When I'licf-iin your treatment I could not Itniul on mv feet lonjr enough to wash my dishes •ritliout sufterintr almost dcnth ; now I (lo .ill my housework, washing, cookinff, sewing, aud everything for my family. tllRS.) . .. LEE'S HEADQUARTERS. naming of tho Gettysburg Cottnffo Occupied liy tho Southern -l-cudcr. • Gen. Uobcrt E, Lee's headquarters during the three days' bivttle at Gettysburg, reported to have been destroyed by lire, was a stone cottage. It stood ou nn ernir.erjcc opposite Gulp's Hill, and was oceupied by him during the contest in which he was worsted..HuiltojEstone, the house contained four rooms mid nn attic, and wns embowered with trellis- trained grape vines. It was from this little cottage' built in colonial Limes, with high roof nud diamond-shaped window panes, that Gen. Lee directed his repeated as.ruiMs upon Cemetery Hill. Col. Freeman Connor, who coinran-nd- ed the Forty-first New York volunteers, A GOOD It' you Wiuic it Gwd Appetite und fect Dljjcst/ion. . two Hie Al'l'er -CMC-II .n.OiU dissolve one or of. Stuart's Dyspcqisi.-i. Tublels in month JLIHI, niiiiftlhiR wiih tho food, they eo-iistit.ul.c Ji perfect cllpostjvc, ab- •solul.tily sjrl'o Cor tlio iirost sensitive Otklcy, Overtoil Co., Ten a. . GREAT ROCK ISLAND KOTJTE. SoDtl 12 cents In stamps to John Sebastian, Gen'! Pass. Agent C. R. I. & P. R'y, Chicago, for the slickest pnck of playing cards you ever handled, and on receipt of such remittance for one or more packs they will be sent yon postpaid. Orders containing 60 cents In stamps or postal note for same amount will secure 5 packs by express, charges paid. Toe whole system Is drained and undermined by Indolent ulcers and open •ores. DeWitfs Witch Hazpl Snlve •peedily heals them. It Is the best pile cure known.—Jno. M. .Tohnston. GEN. LEE'S HEADQUARTERS. (fills the, story of this little house as follows: "Standing out in "bold relief on the side of a- hill, it was out of cannon reach, but from the movements of the confederates we knew that their charges were inspired from this point. It was re- tilizcd that Gen. Lee had bis headquarters in the cottage, and, though no assault was made on the point, as we were on the defensive, it was from this cot- tago Pickett's charge was directed, his defeat witnessed and the victory for Meadc and the union army realized as soon as that great charge was seen to have failed." They <li<;re.st the food before it h-a.s Unieito I'cnuoiH, Unis pirventiiiK the foniKilkm of tr: is !i.nd iiOMJi'iMT the blood pun? :md free 1'roin the poisonous pro- duel* of I'onnonlecl. hn.ll'-ilijresti-d food. •Stuart's Dy.s-pep.^la Tn.Mots in;rke tho cumpli«xloji' clwiv by kiH'-piug the blood They i.jwt'CTso flesh' by flosh-formi'U;: foods. •Stuart's Dyspepsia TaliUits is the ouily rcjnedy designed e-spcchilly for the cure of 'Sir.onn.ich trouliKus :i-.ud nothing also. One cHseiise, one roauody, the succoss- ful iihysiciini of today is ihc: .spwhilisr. tho successful MiefliciU'e is me medlo.iiic pmpa.rod cspttchi-lry for one disease. A ' whalu pii.c:k:ij;o taken ill: one time would 1.1 ot hiTi't. yon. but would simply lx> n. wast,fi of pood jiwtoriiil, Over fix ihoiiSMKl nuMi .-mid women ki Hie St-iitc ol' Mic-hijr.'in -alone have been cured of iudtewtlou HJHI dyspi-p si:i by till: use oC Sm.'wi'.s Dyspepsia JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN: Famous Liberal-Unionist Loader Now in America. Dl» Wlro, Formerly KTinx Kmllcott, of SHluui, Milan., Accompanies ITim— "JocyV lloiimrkuljly Lively I'olltlcul Keoord. 'Sold by :vll druirsiisis ;i.l: 5,0 een(.=; per .pnck-fi.se. for F,ree Book on stom;i.ch <l;s to SUtiirl Co., MjursluiJI, Mich. It Is ji. queer ili-inir rlmr sonic men caw not consider themselves truly religious without .niniklus niliKi- people uucom-for table.—Truth. Bamboo for C»Talry Lttno«§. It is proposed to substitute bamboo for ashwood for the lances of English cavalry regiments, as the nsb. used is said to be brittle and not to be trusted in actual warfare. Lawnnltn In Slam. They have sometimes a curious way of deciding- lawsuits in North Siam. Both parties are put under cold water, and the one staying 1 under the longest wins the suit. irt.uaon is Detter off for trees any oth-er city in Europe. An Object Lesson A. G. JENKINES, Assignee. $G.flO Finest Covert Cloth . and Kersey Fall Overcoats 5 G.OO Choice of all, none -higher, Otto'* price was :•;]"> ami 3S.OO Second choice. Otto's price was ?12, now $5.50. $ri.OO and_ -1.50 - Third choice, .f.3.50, .?3.7i3 and $3.90, Otto's price w-a-s S.OC Fourth choice was $5.50, now ¥2.73 and $2.00. AVomlerftil Bargains. It's a very desirable coat for Medium Weather. A. G. JENKINES, Assignee CQKDKNISEJD . Clias. B, Hood, Broker and Mnmifac- turer's Agent, ColvrciTbus, Ohio, certy-fles tlwvt Dr. King's New Discovery has no equfiJ as a Couiffb -remedy. .T .D. Brown Prop. .St. Jmiinos Hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind., itestffie.s thoit he wns cured of .a cough "of two years stninflinjr, caused by L.i Grfcppe, 'by Dr. King's Xow Discovery, B. F. Merrill, BaJdwinsvillc, Mass., says that lie was cured and recommended it a-nid never knew .it to fail •ami "woiiM raither h-a.ve it than any doctor, 'because it ahvuys cures. Mrs. Homjming, 222 E. 25th St., Chicago, always keeips it. at hand mid has no fear of croup, because it instantly relieves. Free lrrn.1 bottles at B. F. Keeping's. The little daughter of W. F. Andrew, •of BcQ.Tir. Md., -swallowed a; needle •some mouths ago. It Iras recently come out of her hip. Eight Hon. Joseph Chamberlain and his American wife arcs now "in our midst," Mrs. Chamberlain, as everybody Juiows, was Miss Endicott, of Salem— of the Eudicotts, of course. Everybody in America js always glad to see Mr. Chamberlain, says the S'ew York Herald. His marriage to Miss Endicott caught the popular favor immensely, although he is not a nobleman or broken down, or even tJie son of a ibroken-down nobleman, lie was a mkklle-agcd widower when he married and the son of a very middle-class pro- .vinciul family. He had been "in trade" himself.—fancy! All the-aristocracy in this case was on the Ainericaii .bride's side. You wouldn't think it to see him, or if you cnri't .see him, to sec his pictures, but Mr, Chamberlain is 00 years old. He was born in London in 1S3C, au.d his father was a city man, actuaJly a member ot a cit.y company. Joseph—he is sometimes called ".Toey" by political enemies—had good schooling, but he is not. a university man. He wen.t into a firm of wood screw makers. Nettle/old & Chamberlain, when he wns a young man, but 22 years ago he retired from business and went into politics, A.t this time nil his reputation was founded on the radical ideas he had expressed with great fluency at debating 1 societies in Birmingham. He wa,s a dreadful radical in those days. Once -in politics, he made swift progress with the Birmingham "rads." 'He was alderman one term, and mayor of the borough three, and then he ran ."for parliament (in 1S71), and war.most (beautifully beaten in a three-cornered fight. But two years later ,he had better luck. Since then "Joey" has been pretty constantly in the public eye. He hns advocated all sorts of reforms in the ihouse of commons, generally without success, but always with daring if not address. On the formation of Mr. Gladstone's cabinet, in 1880, he was nominated president of the board of trade. DICK PERKINS' MALADY. It C'HUHt'H Him lo .Whixtli! ii nil U'lirblti in Whistling cholera is :in .-UTection of which very few Americans ever heard. A case h:ijs recently bL'cn reported in Pern, Vt., ami tho physicians who know of it arc watching its progress with great interest, The patient is a. 34-year-old boy, Richard Perkins. Like 1 -be majority of boys lie whistled almost continually. Soon he whistled from morning' to night, and even in bis sleep. He couldn't break the hiibit. Incessant whistling caused a great strain on the nervous system, so that it seriously affected his health. Loss of appetite and flash followed and the boy began to waste away ami go into rapid decline. Then he. was tnkou in hand and is now being treated by a local physician. Several similar cases have occurred in this country within the last GO years. Meritc " Merit talks" the 1HB • • intrinsic value of Ji ^k \ \fC> Hood'sSarsaparilla. H C*l BVO Merj.t in medicine menus the power to cure. Hood's Snrsaparilla possesses octual and unequalled curative power and therefore it has true merit. When you buy Hood's Sarsnparilla,nnd take it according to directions, to purify 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 make your blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus drive out the germs of disease, strengthen the nervee and build up thewbolesystem. SarsapanHa Is tht best, iufact—tlicOnc True Blood Puriner. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass, 'o Diflc- ^9 not purge, pain or S PllIS griiic. All druggists. 25c. Evacgelist D. T. Black, Peciria Illinois. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN. As such he prepared nud passed the bankruptcy act, which is still in foree FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has in England, and vainly attempted other Tyers, tho English n.iiKitenr swim •mlnjr champion, has boon su*>po.ml<;< for the rest of tho season oil accoim oC the bad language lie usinl in a re «ent water polo rnatdi. DID YOU EVER Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a botile no\\ and get relief. This nietlicine has bcci found to Ixs peculiarly adapted to the rcdlcf and cure of all Fein-ale Com plaints, exerting a wonderful, direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting epells, or aremervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizzy spoils, Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and strength arc Eiinniintocd by its use. Fifty cents aud $1 at B. F. Keeslings.. A story is boirtg told in London of n •well-known African millionaire who flit one time resided in Pall Ma.ll. On his rJslti-ng cards was printed: "Mr. , Pall Mall, opposite Marl- Tjorough House." Theories of cure may be discussed at length by physicians, but the aufferen want quick relief; and One Minute Oongh Cure will' give It to them. A wfe cure for children. It Is "the only lurmless remedy that produces Immediate results."—Jno, M. Johnston, Argon has at last been combined •with water by Professor V-IUnrd, of the PjiTis Eeoks NormaJe. It required a pressure of 200 atmospheres TO do so. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE, lie Best Snlve In the -world for cuts, - braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, 1 fever , «ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, • cornn and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. 1 -It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Prise-25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Kees- Uag, R ICH RED BLOOD is thefoun. dation of good health. That is why _Hood's Snrsaparilla, the 1 One True Blood Purifier, gives HEALTH. Daughter—Diid you -give Cusirlcy anj •eiicour!i.gcmeuit? Father—"Well, I sup pose it ajn-otinr* 1 to tlia.t. EC called a loam-, however.—Detroit Tribune. If you have ever seen a little child in the agony of summer complaint, you can realize the danger of the trouble and appreciate the value of Instantan eons relief always afforded-by DeWitt'i Colic & Cholera Cure.' For dysentery and diarrhoea It is a reliable remedy We could not afford to recommend this as a cure unless It were a cure.—Jno, M Johnston. Ex-port Jiydrograplrers say Uia.t in Its deepest parts the ocean's waters are so de.usc that a sunken. 1-ron-clad would never reach the bottom. Don't trifle away time when you Save cholera morbus or diarrhoea. Fight them In the beginning wJth.DeWIt Colic & Cholera Cure. 'You don't have to wait for results. They are instantaneous and It leaves the bowels In healthy condition.—Jno. M. Johnston. It is cla.im-ed that during the last twenty-five years but one person for oxery 3.500,000 carried by the railroads of Denmark has been killed. "Boys will' be boys." but you can't afford to lose any of them. Be ready for the green apple season by having DeWItt's Colic & Cholera Cure In the ise.—.Ino. M. Johnston. EXCURSION TO BLTWFTON, IND., Via Vandalia Hne, October 13th to 10th.—On October 13tli to 15th the Viandalla LJne will sell excursion tickets from Ml stations Jn Indiana to Bluffton, Ind,, 'at . one fare for the round trip, account Baptist Convention and Young People's Union of Indiana. Tlckeits good to return until October 19th, Inclusive. For .full partlcuilars call on nearest Vandalia Line Ticket Agent, or address B. A. Ford, General 'assenger Agent, St Loulu, Mo. been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success It soothes the child, softens the gums allays all pain, cures wild colic, and Is the bost remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor .little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-flve cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. The eleplnmt is the chief .beast of burden in Sinimi and Afgluuiista-u. An "elephant-load" 'is estimated at two tons. WHY IS IT, If catarrh Is a blood disease, aa some claim, that physicians frequently advise change of air and climate to those suffering? Catarrh Is a climatic affection, and nothing but a local remedy or a change of climate will cure it. Ely's Cream Balm Is so efficient as to do away with the necessity of leaving home and friends, causing instant relief and Is a real cure of catarrh. Tho hu^o puns of modern navies can only be fired about severity- flvc times. This suffices -to wear them out. -you tod u. person, wlio has tried Simmons Liver Regulator you are sure to hear them say something In Its favor. Mrs. G. T. Judy, Blue Grass, 111., recently -wrote: "I cannot do .without Simmons Ldver, Regulator since I kinow the value of It as a family medl- ctae." And Dr. W. P. Gilbbes, of Beaufort, S. C., eays: "I prescribe Simmons Mver Regulator and know It to a first-class liver medicine." measures. During this administration Mr. Cham-; berlain was still an advanced radical, but after the formation of Mr. Gladstone's cabinet of 1S8G he found himself unable to agree with the Grand Old Man, and resigned his billet as president of tho local government board. Then he turned unionist, and ever since he has been the storm, center of a cyclone of political criticism. But he has held his own. As the bitterest opponent of nil his old political friends he hits been as successful as when he was their a.lh'. His doctrine is that unionism, in order to remain a power iu politics, should abandon its merely negative policj' and do something, and some time, maybe, it will. Mr. Chamberlain came to the United States in 1SS7 as chairman of tile fisher- .ies commission 1 . B.c came back in 1SS8 to sign the treat}- and marry Miss Endicott, whom he had met during his first visit. The wedding was on November 15. HE WARBLES IN HTS DREAMS. In some instances they resulted fatally, but only when they hove been allied with or induced some other disease. Dr. Walter G. Gilday, who is attached to Bellevue hospital and is lecturer at- the Hew York cancer hospital, lias become much interested in studying the effect of whistling on the nervous system. D. Gilday diagnoses the affliction as n peculiar form of cholera, or St. Vitus dance. "In this whistling form of cholera," said Dr. Gilday to a New York World reporter, "the disease would be much more apt to affect, boys than girls, for an obvious reason. Hi? don't, think it atoll likely that it ever attacks an adult. It could occur in any climate, but the spring- months would be more likely to develop cases. "It would be difficult to say just-what physical conditions cause whistling to become an. uncontrollable habit. Excitement, ovcrstudy, overwork or intestinal irritation may excite it, but I imagine that the lack of proper nutrition underlies most cases. "In severe cases menial excitement and oven delirium mightcoracon. The mind is pretty sure to be dulled and the temper made irritable. The appetite is poor and capricious and the tongue coated. Nutrition fails and there is a strong tendency to loss of flesh. The disease is apt to be more marked in. Mie morninar than at night. The muscles are weakened, but there is rarely any pa.in or tenderness. "The most important single factor in the treatment of whistling cholera is rest. The child should not be allowed to take violent exercise or. to have any excitement. Cold sponging or the spray daily along the back is useful. He should be given plenty of nourishing food and iron. "There arc a number of specific remedies. In chronic cases hypodermic injections and galvanization of the brain and spine are useful. Change of ai might break up an attack in its earlj stages." . CHINA'S ONE ORDER. Saybrook, 111., Feb. 19,1894. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sirs: While at Cerro Gordo, III.,. In my revival work, I purchased a bottle cJ your Syrup Pepsin. I regard It as most excellent I cannot get it here in Saybrook. Is It on sale ID Peoria, 111. If so, at what store? If uot on sale there, if you will send me a dollar bottle there this week I win promptly remit. I will be home this week. Address Rev. D. T. Black, 1005- State St.. Peoria, 111. Yours Truly D. T. BLACK. For sale by B, F. Keesling, • THE Mufisoii Typewriter Is a Good Machine. Water Toll In Tnmpn, Pin. The clocks at Port Tampa. Fla., it is claimed, have the best fire protection of any place in the country. The scheme, which has been in use for two years, was planned by Chief A. ,T. Harris of the Tampa , fire department. It 'is knowi as the "water veil." A large main from the water works plant at Port Tnmpa 'ity runs all over the docks, and -then on top of the buil'dings runs a line of perforated pipes. Water can be turned Jiroug'h these pipes instantly, and the water runs out. upon thn roof, completely enveloping the building, thus shutting out all possibility of its catch* ng fire from any outside'source. , What tho Coveted DccnrAtton of Double Dragon LonkK Like. The accompanying picture show? what perhaps'one 'of the mo^r exclusive. decorations in'the 'world'is like. It is Ihe Order of the Do.uble Dragon nnd is the sole oi-der of the Chinese empire. All European courts have decorations and orders innumerable, but the Chi Poison Ivy, Insect bites, bruises, acalde, burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great pile cure.—Jno. M. Johnston. Thte loss of life caused by the bom- mrdmout of tho Palace of Zanzibar is put at five hundred: ' ' When Baby was sick, WB gave her Costoria. When she was a Child, eho cried 'or Castorla. jPhen che became Mints, eho cluug to Cfwtorik 7&ea «h« had Children.rtwjnLTOthe.-a Cuvtorw •HCAV the hu'mn.n. system ever recovers from the baxj effects of the nauseous medicines often literally poured, into it for the suppositlve rollef of dyspepsia, liver complaint, cdnstipa.tion, rheumatism aji-d other' ailment's, is a mystery.. The in'IscJilef done .by ba<l medicines is scarcely less than that -caused by disease. If- they who fire weak, billions, dyspeptic, constipated or rheumatic, would oftaner .be guided by the experience of IwvnMs who h.ave thoroughly tested ' Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, they would Jm every Insta.nce obtain t,he speefliest ald.deriv.ible from •nitloiitDl -medication. This medicine is a senircliiiing and n.t the same time a thoroughly safe remedy, derived from vegetable sources, and possessing, in consequence of Its basis of -pure spii-its, properties as a medkiual stimulant not to toe found in the firery locnl bitters and stimulants ofteiu restored to by the debilitated, dyspeptic and .languid. ORDER OF THE DOUBLE DRAGON. nese court h'aji but this ono, which has five grades, each grade being subdivided into numerous degrees. It is an unknown order to the general aristocratic world, but some 200 or 300 people will possess it before long, all on account of Li: Hung Chang. That amiable per-, sonage has been keeping tab on the men who have been the nicest-to bini or .most interesting and is going to honor them with the Order of the Double Dragon in its various degrees, and there is expectancy in high ranks. Whether nny Americans will receive these valued tokens is unknown, but it is not likely China's great man will slight this country. The orders are carried out in gold, silver and enamel, and after having price lists submitted to him by firms in St. Petersburg, Paris and London, Li pave the contract for the malting of these gifts to an English firm and London is fcsling very prond over his choice. A lilgb standard of ercenence, Manj <jser& of the "Munson" consider It THE BEST. You wi 11 find It a valuable assistant In your ot- tloe. Address for particulars THE MUNSON TYPEWRITER O* M A>' UFACTUKERS. 240-844 Went Lake St.. Cllicneo, III: [Thousands of Woimi SUFFER UNTOLD MISERIES. IBRADFIELD'S REGULATOR, ACTS AS A SPECIFIC 8) Arousing to Healthy Action all herd'TanO It causes health to bloora, and< • joy to.reign throughout the frame. < ... It Never Fails to Regulate...] '•AT? wife hit* been undertreRtmentofJeadO in* physlclani ibr^o yean.wltliont benefit.) After using three bottle* of BRADFIKLD'S^ FKMALB REGULATOR *he can do her own < ,cooklDg> milking nnrt wattling." N,S.BKYAN,Bcnder«on,Al BBADFIELD. ItEGCUTOB CO., Atlanta, Ga.< Sold bydruprlsUattl.QOpflrbottli). Organ GrlnderA. Organ grinders in Vienna are not allowed to play in the morning Or even- tej?—only between midday Ttie Logansport Humane Society (INCORPORATED.) or the Prevention of Cruelty to- Women Children and Animals B. S. Rlce-Pren. Goo. W..Wnltoi-»-Scc. .1. J. nildnbrandt—Trcan. W. 31. Jilrtltop—numane Officer, B. S. Rice. J. C. Hartey, F. a Coolbough GtioW Walters, J.J. Ulldebrandt. Peeked Justice, rs.iati Adams., Mrs. W. D. Pratt Mrs. J. N. Ned. Telephone No. 30. Bejott ca«es of cruelty to Secretary. • Typlioid anc 1 . Scarlet Fever. i!mc Brazilian Balm prcventj' typhoid or scarlet fever. Also tnakei these diseases very light • and '.ilTrtvyi prevents deafness and throat troubles, which scarlet fever-and measles so ofte»~ leave behird. Always keep on band.

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