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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 12, 1894
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ffiffira^-^^ thabffl8"aod never excelled. "Tried and proven " is tho verdict o f millions. S immo ns Liver Re'gu- lator is tho only Liver and Kidney medicine to •which you can pin your faith for a euro, A m ild laxative, a u d purely vegetable, act*°S directly on the Liver an d Kidneys. Try it. . Sold by all ^druggists in Liquid, or in Powder sfco be taken dry or made into a tea. The King of Liver Medicine*. "I have used yourSlmmons Liver RCRU- talor ur.il ctin connclonclously nay It Is the •Uring of allllverni«t4<ilncn, ' consider ll» -medicine chost la Itwlf.— UKO. W. JACK«BH, Tticoina, Wiwnluglon. • 4VKVEOT PACKAGE-W (ha (h« C M*mp la red a* wrapper. y-j •// m-Jf 1 1 C JL //U at«-rouj3 ss^s^iM ^SS^^M^:-S H ILOH'S/VCATARK H ^aBEa^ay R £ ^ £ W. ,Tc7""!™rTr™srcine<lv( *»rji«l* Bl3. F. Keesilnz. ELY'S CATARRH CREAM BALMi ~~ aeanses the .Ktuud Passages ,-Attftys Pain and tanammation- i :«Mla the Sores Protects the Membrane trotn •Vdditlonal Cold Restores the •Jteo&es of Taste and Smell. ,^f WILI/CURE.-• \HKrtcte in »pjli«d Irto woh nutrfl wd ti bH Price N orouat Drool!" or br mul. BBOTHnS, M Wwren 3?.. Now Vor*. JOSEPH CILLDTTS STEEL PENS No*. 3O3-4O4-I70-«04, Xjrf oM«r «<»/«« to ««/* art *anrfi. "3J3Z MOST jPERFECT OP PENS. •DU> by - " 'Itlw. Whol«««l» DruKdUl, , 3f Si., axe Axial fat »)• ot 1MBAPO I . WO. Buffet Sleeping Cars, WITHOUT CHANOt, Saq _IPQM MOUNTAIN ROUTE, -}HDCA» * MCIFIC AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC PIY'S stfllman ToiifM $lttflng Car. St. lout* • if la»*ngtlt», daily, via t kit lint, TEMIKD THI__—, , SOUTHHSH THE MARKETS. Ur»ln, Provliloni, Etc. CHICAOO, April II. FLOUB—A higher demand exlHta, and feeling Is u little easier. Quotations are ax tollown:, Winter—Patents, I2.axan.16; straights; laaoa 270- olon.ru, la.l09S.10; seconds, H.80J81.M: low prudes, Jl.ri04ll.70. Hpring-Piitonu, H3.20J48.W; Hlnilfhta, 12.aoo2.00; Bakers, Sl.'Sa-.-'O; low griictou, ti.40ai.00; Red Dog, II.S5ttl.50; Kyo, .'V — Active, unsettled within iv K00'.l Cwh, MlvBOliio; May, 00^4r^i&^^4Q; Co'itN—Moderately nctlvo »nd lowor. No. 2, IWo; No. ^ Yollow. 3SB38!.- t c: No, ,H, :(7^o; No. !l Yullow, a"?^c; April, ?iu under Muy; M»y, a$ii-.^:W 4 c: July, oVyi&«31i. T ic; Septonihor, -10^ (i-li.'ic. O^-r.s—Active ftnd cujilci'. No. 2 cash, ol^O ;UU; Muy. 3-?ii©»^^c; July. "flMte-riflc; September, 'J57i'(*-Wl-ic. Samples In fulr doinund nnd siciuly. No, :l, SiiJMUi;; No. o White, !lS!i lots, sts'snic: May di-Hvory, 5li:. UAKI.KV—In r-.ilr I'.viniint!. Choice by snnr jilu MlitMii: fulr to ROOII. 5HM5c: rommon, <D9 [«)«,' ui'id low Krude 433<Uc, wllh soroerluR3 * Mess 1'oiiic—Tnulln^ moiloratc and prices lowi'r. Cjiio'utlons rrtiifffd at H-.;.\'iLi.l2.f»- 1 /i 'or cu.Hli roKUlur; flii ^(tl-.^-l-a Tor Muy and l sl-J 2iValir>0 (or July LAKH—Wurliet nither niiiot mid lower. Quo- ti lions nuiKcd lit ?7.33®r.S?'^ for ctisli; J7.303 7.;w; for Muy, nr.d Sr.OOQT.lO for July. I LIVE Pofi.TKV—1'er rounJ: Chickens, HO 1 S|."ie; Turltoys, 7i?llOc; Ducks, oaiuu; Gueso, ' •'tuurdu.oa per donen. Hb-rrEii—Creumory, ll(5iS3o: Dairy, 15921c; aeldiiK Stock, 7toOa OII.M-Wisconsin Prims White, 7^c; Wator While, 7V,c; MIchiKin Prlmo White, !*!4c; \Vn- ur White, 80; Indiana Prime Wblto, 8<. t o; Ws- lor W hiti;, S?*c; Headlight, 17i tost 9V,o; Ua9- oilne. H7 dec's, HHc; 74 dos'», 9°; NupUth*, 03 r,iyuoHS-DisllIlcil spirits H toady olhebaUn* of Jl. 15 per (,-»!. /or llnlshod goods. New YOIIK, April 11. \VHKAT-NO. 2 re4 opened weaker »ml qulck- y broke le. M»y. 03;»Hj(Hliij; July, Ofliaoii Hl)o; Jecumbcr, 74^iii*74Ji<j. Cons—No, S tulrly active and gonoriilly stoady on good acmarid. Muy. HfoQUts; July, OATS-NO, t dull and easier at flrst, then railed a little. May, MH&XHo; Track while jlate. SW>43'.-4o-, track white Western, 39t>43Vio. PKOVJSIONS—Beef dull. Family, »12.IX>O .4 00: extra mess, 18,00, Pork qulot; new uwss, ; l400aH!T>: family, H4.50cji5.00; short clear, 13.5031(1.00. Lard easier; prime- Western itoam, 17.80, nominal. ToLino, O., April 11. WHEAT-Lower, active. No. 2 cash and April, SS^o: May, 5»Xo; July, 02o. CoilN-Dull, ea»y. No. 2 cash and May, 38(/,c. OATS—Stoady. No. i! mlnad, 38c; No. » wtlM BVI—Dull C»»h, Mo, CLOVEIISBKD—Easy. ;,Prlmo cash, and April, &C5 asked; October, H **• Llv« Stock. CHICAGO, April 11. HOGS—Market active. Feollnfr » little unset- led, opening strong and Utcr ruled wcalt, but not qiiotably lower. Sales ranged at W.75Qi5.20 or Pin: K>.OSa5.90 for light: 14.9584.10 for ough packing; tiOiQ^SStoe mixed, and 86,15 A40 for heavy paoXInif and uhlpplnR lots. CUTTLE—MarkPl fairly active and prices o»slor. Quotations ranged at fl.50O4.TO for ,holc« to extra shipping Stcor»; M.9&O4.45 or Rood to choloa do.; {3.6034.00 for fair o good; (a-flalSi for common to medium o- f& 10(8844 for botchers' Steers; 12709 20 (or StocUors; iaa»8,65 for Fecd«r«; 11.60 |J"0 for Cowa; l2.7Si»3.bO for HeKurs: tt.09 ^Wfor Bulls; IS.70a4.00 for Texas SKier* nd I2.wa4.76 for Veal Calve*. VM UK «BOVC LINC, *N» _,. „ «r ML I»M«T»NT Orric ±•£1 WWW •««• 4MB C»ll»». Hold Up »n Okfabom » Stage. MSSKr, O. T., April 11.—The tnge between Okeene and Watonga pas heid up by three men armed with Winchester*, and two passengers, Silas Cooffan and Dwiffht GUlesple, were re- ieved ot over 1800 and two {fold watches. The United State* mail was lot disturbed. Vigilants are in pur- uit. Killed for Defending Hit Sliter. CHJLPIL HILL, Ky., April 11.—While ;. R. Bipman was visiting his sifiter, tlrs. Mary Woodruff, the woman's ous- >and »truok her ID a quarrel. Lipman resented the assault on his sister and seized B chair to strike Woodruff, when .he latter shot Lipman, killing him in- itan Uy. KUltlll ll«r»elt. ATLASTA, Ga., AprU 11.—Sarah White', a beautiful girl about 20 years old. committed suicide by throvfinp icrself in front ot an in-ooroiog train on the Central railroad. She was en- jaged to a sergeant iu tho Fourth ar- lillery. He had just left on a fur- ough and she claimed he had deserted ler. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly usea. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life mor c , with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to With of the pure liquid ]«ative principles _ embraced m the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of «perfect laxative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headache, and fevers «nd permanently curing constipation. It haseiven satisfaction to millions and met vfthfthe approval of the medical profession; because it acts on the Kid- EerVLiver and Bowels without weak- eSng them and It U perfectly free from •very objectionable substance. Sj£np of Fin it for «le by all drag- gi.tiiD'Wo»nl>l bottles, but It,.i man. ufactured by the California Fig Syrnp JJ. "_T_ —\. J -.. ..«.<• nrinted on everv fELEGBAJHIP BBBYITI The Aspen national bank of Aspen, Col., has gone Into liquidation. Kansas populists have decided to make the freight rate question the issue in the approaching campaign. In the senate the resolution for the coinage of Mexican dollars at United States mints was agreed to. Oswald Gebsiuer, nig-ht watchman at the stables of E. Godel & Sons, Peoria, I1L, was kicked by a horse and killed. A mob burned th* French missions at Hsianfu, China, and maltreated the priests. France has demanded redress. The region about Durango, CoL, was in feverish excitement over unparalleled gold findings in the La Plata mountains. King Humbert and his queen visited Victoria at her villa nea.r Florence. Great enthusiasm was shown by the people. Police Judge Jones and Marshal Bowman, of Uarbouraville, Ky., were indicted for the murder of William Recder. In an interview with a Paris newspaper correspondent King Dumber! declared absurd the statement that Italy desired war. The marquis of Ailosbury, who married Dollie Tester, a music hall singer, and whoso debts arc computed at II, • •250,000, is dead. At a convention of coke workers at Scottdale, Pa., In which Americans were conspicuous, it was decided to continue the strike. For making a vicious assault on his guard Assassin Prendergast was again committed to ".hs dungeon la the county jail at Chicago. Attorneys for the Coffins, charged with aiding to wreck the Indianapolis national bank, claim the concern was never legally incorporated. During a quarrel at Catherine, Ala,, Bob Shields, a prominent farmer, was killed by Tom Bains, a negro. The assailant fled, A posse is after him. The Canadian government has decided not to ask parliament to grant a subsidy of 1500,000 a year to establish a steamship line between France and Canada, STATE BANK TAX MUST GO. Democratic C»ucu» llcoldei to Kepoul the Ten Per Cent. Requirement. WASHINGTON, April 11.—The democratic caucus, after a session of two hours and a half Tuesday evening, adopted the folio wing resolutions without a dissenting vote; "Resolved, That It Is the smso of this caucus that ibo prohibitory tax of 10 per coat on bunk ISHUOS be ropcttletl- "Kesalved, Tdat when tho bill known n» tna Uruwley and Spencer bill, whlcb tho committed on tunning n,ud currency SOB ordered reported to the house, i» called up for »ci(o», an amendment 1)8 ollcreil repealing the prohibitory tai oa state banks; that ample time bu afforded fgr.dlHCuBslon, and, If mioossary to soouro this, the oommitloo on rules be requested to t»ke proper action." Exactly 102 democrats of the house were present. The attendance frum the south and west was very heavy, but only a few eastern men appeared. The only outspoken opponent* of any measure looking to the rapeal of tha stata bank tax came from Messrs. Bryan, of Nebraska, and Lane and Williams, of Illinois. WON THE TOWN SITE. Irhe Story of » Furnoui poUer S*»»lon In Ditkotn. Back in the '60s, when the northern portion of the territory of Dakota was hardly more than a bleak waste of un- cultiyated ground, the town of Pero- bina was founded by Enos Stutsman. Stut»man was a man as remarkable for his eccentricities as ho'was for his physical deformity. lie emigrated to Dakota from the huckleberry districts of Connecticut and located in the upper- Rod River valley, where he filed and proved up on three hundred and twenty acres of land. It was the ground on which Vcmbina now stands. He had the hoail and body of a g-iant, but his legs were hardly more than » foot long-, and he wan unable to travel without the aid of two short and powerful crutches. He was a shrewd, calculating fellow and soon became a recognized leader among- tho handful of emigrants who had taken up their places in his neighborhood. As a political diplomat he never had an equal in the territory. For four consecutive sessions he was chairman of the council in the upper branch of the territorial legislature, and he was one of the most famous draw-poker players in the territory. Ho numbered among his close friends a pioneer named .Tudd La Moure, who owned a line of stagecoaches running between Grand Forks and Pembina. The advent of the railroads killed Judd's coach line finally, and he settled down into a profitable grocery busineM In Pembina. It was these two men who played the Btiffiest game of poke* that was ever played .in the territory. The game wa» played in the old Levee hotel In Yankton in 1802, and it lasted from 10 o'clock on Friday morning to 8 o'clock on Sunday morning. During Its progress the people of the town assembled in the hotel and watched the two men as they fought like bulldogs over the pile of red, white and blue chips. Tho legislature was in session at the time, and as Stutsman, who was chairman of the council, refused to leave the gamn, that branch of the legislature adjourned until the following Monday and the members watched the game to the finish. Early In the game Stutsman'8 luck was wonderfully good, and he played with a recklessness that surprised every one. Lat«r on the tide turned against him, and the chips began to flow in the direction of L» Moure, who sat with his slouched hat pulled over hUeyae, watching every more of his opponent. Slowly but surely Stuta- m*n'« chips went over to I* Moure's side of the table, and work wh»t trick or artifice h» would be could not tnm them baok. • MutUn went on this way (tstll p»st midnijrht of Saturday. wh«m Btateman threw two tit) bills on tnr pile of chips in the center of the t»ble and called a two bet made by La, Monre. Stutsman held a king full on queens and he felt sure the pot was his, but when La .Mouro tlirew down hk curds there wore four deuces, and Stutsman, fjrittingliis teeth, exclaimed: "Jndd, Itellyou what I'll do. You've won ?I!,800 of my money. If you'll put $;t,suo with it I'll stake the town site of Pembina. against you, and will play for it in a lump to win or lose at one deal." The men shook hands. According to agreement the hand was to be dealt by E. A. Williams, of Uiamarck, the speaker of the house of representatives, the cards to bo thrown on the table face up. When tho five cards had beeu dealt each man was to discard and draw, the cards being thrown face up by the dealer as before, and when tho cards had been dealt tho highest hand was to take the pot. Excitement ran high, and to prevent any trickery on his part Williams was seated in the center of tho table with liis legs turned under him like a Turk, in the full glare of the oil lamp that was suspended from the ceiling, Tho friends of the two men crowded around the table and Williams was threatened with .summary treatment if be should in any manner manipulate the cards so as to give either man an advantage. Deftly Williams shuffled the cards and squaring them slipped one from the top of the pack and laid it down under Judd's nose. It was a deuce. Stutsman caught the queen of spades, vtThe next card came off and Judd caught another douce. The four spot of spade* turned up under Stutsman's nose, and his brow wrinkled a little. Agnin the cards fell and Judd placed tho ace of diamonds beside his two deuces, while the jack of spades looked up into Stutman's face. Once more the dealer laid down tho cards, and Judd claimed the queen of clubs, while his opponent caught the ace of spades. Stutsman's face began to brighten. He saw a possibility of catching a flush, but-tho next card to him was » heart. However, Judd had not bettered his hand and held his deuces, drawing three cards. Stutsman's friends tried to prevail on him to draw four cards to the ace, but he wouldn't listen to them, and, discarding the heart, he drew one card, hoping to fill the flush. The onlookers were wild when Williams threw three cards to Judd. They fell face up—the qneen of clubs, jack of diamonds and ten ppot of clubs. He had not bettered his hand, and his opponent smiled grimly as he saw how severely fortune must snub him now if she failed to bring him a winning hand; for if he paired any erf tho four cards he held he must beat Judd's chances; besides thera was a possibility of his filling a flush. Jud*i had evidently lost hope, and ho rested his arms on the table and doggedly watched Williams as he turned to Stuteman and slipped a card from the pack. AH stretched their necks to catch, sight of the card. It was the eight spot of clubs. The gamo was over. Judd had won, and as he shoved his hand over the table to Stutsman the latter grasped it and shook it as though he had forgotten it had played havoo with his finances. Stutsman kept his word, and deeded tho three hundred and twenty acres of land to La Mouro. Ls, Moure holds much of that land to-day, although he has sold a large portion of 1t and realized many thousonds of dol- Ittrs. The railroads have since given Pembina a boom, and the land that was won in 1S02 by two deuces is now worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. Stutsman died in 1880. He was buried in the lonely cemetery on the hillside half a mile north of Pembina. The only monument to his memory is the county of Stutsman.—N. Y. World, WHAT A JEW DID. Tho Story ot I>lBiMoU'« Rue In Spite of Opponlnc ClrcunntancoB. Benjamin Disraeli, while a young roan, wrote in a novel, "Vivian Grey," this sentiment: "Man is not the creature of circumstances. Circumstances are tho creatures of men." 'He demonstrated by his own career that the sentiment was no unmeaning phrase, but the forcible expression of a potent truth. It "registered," to use tho technicality of a printer, with life. Dis- raoli was the son of a Jew, when England's anti-Somitic prejudices barred the descendants of Moses, one of the greatest of lawmakers, from parliament. He entered into London society as a dandy, was known for his curling hair, embroidered vests, gold chains, jeweled rings and. carved ivory cane with an elaborate tassel. After several attempts he was elected to the house of commons, wh»ro he tried to «peak and was laughed down. Athiscluband'in social life he was always prating of what he was going, to do in politics and literature. The son of an ostracised race became prime minister of Groat Britain; and having taught tho tory party that they must, if they would continue as a political factor, keop step with the drumbeat of modern progress, ho retired to rest in the house of lords as Lord Bea- consfleld—honored by the queen as her. favorite prime minister, and trusted by hundreds of lory squires whose ancestors had thoug-ht it sport to pull out the tooth of Jews. H» had boon known in society as ft "gushing" young man, who wore his heart upon his sleeve. Ho sat upon the treasury, or the opposition, bench of the house of commons with a face as impassive as that of the Sphinx. \ In those days the road to parliament and political distinction began at on* of the great schools-Eton, Harrow or Winchester-ana passed'through Oxford or Cambridge university. DisraelJ did not tr»vel tb*t ro»d. His father Intended him fora situation In » JTOT- •rnment office, whloh h« b*d obtained for .him. HarJnf educated him »» home, h« articled him to a •oUoitOB * ** situation.' The drudgery of »' lawyer's office was distasteful to the youth, who, having 1 declined to serve the government as a clerk, wrote editorials for a tory newspaper, and at twenty-two years of age published his brilliant novel, "Vivian Orey." Twenty-five years later he was chancellor of the exchequer and leader of the house of commons. It was tho first time that a novelist had figured as the finance minister of a great commercial state, and it was the first time that a son of Abraham had held the leadership of the British houoe. No great public school and neither of the universities had aided him to rise. Yet he had leaped over these "circumstanced," and into ono of the most influential positions in Great Britain, tho leadership of the tory party. We coramoud the moral of Disraeli's life to those who tiiink that a man is inexorably the creature of circumstances.-—Youth's Companion. >ortu Indiana Conl*r«nce. BI.UFFTOS, Ind., April 11.—The north Indiana Methodist conference adjourned Tuesday. Following are the presiding elders: Warsaw district, C. W. Lynch: Kokomo district, W. S. Bircb: Klcimoud tliatrlct. C. Q HuOsun: Fort Wayne district, T. T. Simpson; Muncio district, H. M. Hwriek. Henlth OOlcerl to Mret. lyniANAi'ous, Ind., April 11.—A conference of the various county health officers throughout Indiana will be held here to-day and Thursday in. connection with the state authorities, and papers on subjects of interest to their particular line of'work will be read aud discussed. Reported Victory of Hrt>zUi»u Insurgent.. LOKUON, April U.—A dispatch to the Times from Montevideo says that Dr. Silveini Marline, the Brazilian revolutionist, had received a telegram saying that the insurgent forces under Admiral de Mello occupied Rio Grande City Tuesday. Ornwl.li of the Telephone. In December, 1S77, a year and a half after the patent was issued, there were 6,000 telephones in use. A year later there were 52,000, aud from that time on the increase has been by great strides, until to-dn.y there are iiearly 800,000 telephones in daily use in this country. The exchange system has grown from 138 exchanges in 1880 to 1,400 in 1S98, but the inerease of subscribers to the cxchaug-es has been much greater, the number in the United States being estimated 000. It makes a new man or new woman of you. New-Blood, New-Flesh, New Nerve-Strength. B M. Rogers, of Rockford, 111 writes:—"Our family has been immeasurably benefited by Beefmalt. My wife is stronger than she has been in years. I weigh more and can do more work and our children are as healthy as can be. Beefmalt has been the doing of it. Brain-workers need Beef- malt—Everyone of 'em. Don't Take Anything Else. For Sale By AH Druggists, Sold by Ben Fisher Every Month •K-nnien tuffer from ExcMcIv* oc«ni Ucns-.ruiition,- they don't ' ivhc to confiJc in to get proper •.. Don't confine >n anybody but try :-..!,?.< P^gulafor i- ii;.tiiSo (3; PMKFUL, PROFUSE; :-ci;.7V,sv:rpncr-3cn and IRREGUU* MENSTRUATION. Son!-, is " V/OMAN" m«iltd fr««. L'J "IG'JLATOR CO., tttlinU, I Far 9»lo byBan FACIAL BlEMISHES I will remove, Freckle* Pltnp ne«*t \Vrlnkln »nd all other skin Memiebcs. LDUMONTEZCREAI The great Skin food »»4 Tirana Builder, vrtll »n«k« - , ______ __ 3'ou BcflutlfuL Scn3"io"eeuts and thlumd. tor a boi of skin food aud fuce powder, Froe. i^r^ft. Vree* MRS. NETTIE HARRISON America's Beauty Doctor, 20 G«*ry Street, San Franelnco, Cak soi Elm St. Cincinnati, Ohio. «uperUuou» Hair pcrmsnenUy JAPANESE CURB A ICi-w and OiroplctO Troalnnmt, consisting ot SUPWJTOKJJiS, Cnii^uJes of Ointment nnd two MIIXIWO! uiuuuci't. Anevcr-fniliui; Duro for Pile* of n«TJ nntiin.' HU.I 'w-oo. It miikes sn operation n-illj I)IB koifo «r Injcctioanof curboiJc ncld, which iro t'Mnful i:iH nMtJomnperu.niieatrurfl, and often rCF-uitinu i» death, lunirewMiry. Wny ondu'f this >ornt>lo c!;»«Mime? Wf. et-'nrante* 6 boxeo to euro any oa»«. Voff only pay for Vm'llw received. J1 ft Iioi. C for t>\ Ssr.t by m«U. Oiijinujtce.'' iwui'd by our npcnts. -TillOTIDATIrtft! Cured. PI!P3 uUMb I IT A I lUn byjai-.r^ricL llin ewnt I-IVKR nnd STOSUCIi ". IfHlLATOH UM>OU PUKIl'IEli. Small, u-: 1 -- -ml I'l tM:<', cvptiClully udaptud for cbiJtir<.'n " "^f>. Marltft St., 10- W. tt POBTBB, Dragtfst, -ansport, bid. Thl. i <o in. thAt«<&,.!«.ofe.eficnlI.vlJnn.ry<*. of di«t «* , o to to Ulan lutcnull/. OMd AS A PREVENTIVI toy cllfcw w; it !« lmTx>uikbl«te > , "' a cut* MM li/ "»'l. PJ«H« I»|M, Pcrtoi.or01«>=eil<>rt*. W. H Pf)STSS, OriKKlst, 338 «»rlc»t St« La Lost Manhood and vigor «ilek|i Anwrreecblc Lamtive nnd NERVK TONIC Soldby Drugglstsorseot bj-raai!. S5o.,60lX. and f 1.00 per packnRv. Saxnplee fm. The Favorite TOOT! PffWtn for Sal« brB.r.K*MUn«. FOR CT8.I In Portage, we ««1 •«»* A Kampi« Envelope, o» «"**!, WHITE, EXCSn or BKCKETTE P OZZONIS OWNER. Yon have Men it tdverthed for jn»nr ye»M, bnt have yon ever triad MMt ro t,—you do not Know wlut Ml Mou COM|>t«>K*0« POW^gf U. POZZONI'S boiidou D« h«> rnnny rot lnff.«irn-bum. •S.; lnlMjHtta» ccowoUoD 10 tho tta» durlnd botwaMlnr. *^ ^It I. •old Bre For umplo, J. A. POZZONI CO. St Loult, Me CATARRH CURE ir^rs^^ For sale In Logansport by BKM FMHM, LOST MANHOOD ^-r'~"i-^ SHS^[^S^£g|

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