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From Friday's Dallv.
Charlie Tibbeta is transacting busi
ness in Chicago this week.
Plymouth Cominaudry held an in
teresting session last night.
Foresters meet io regular session to
night in Castle ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, of Chi
cago, a-:e visiting the formers lather,
Mr. Li. V. Miller.
David llow has heard nothiug of the
horse and buggy stolen from his stable j
on Wednesday night.
Marshal Meyers keeps the street
crossings passible for pedestrians but
it requires considerable work.
The Altar (Juild meets with Mrs. F.d
Thomas next Monday night. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
The Odd Fellows had a big crowd
present in their lodtfe room last night.
Joe Arney and Charlie Jiushman re
ceived the third degree.
What has become of all the tramps
is a very common (juestioo asked. From
reports it would seem that they have
taken up winter quaiters near Elkhart.
Leave your orders for Turkeys, chick
em. fish and oysters for Christmas at
the Daily Fish Market two doors north
of the post oil ice.
Mrs. J. J. Faude and daughter, w ho
ha i been the guests of Airs. John Dlain
for the past few days left this morning
for Michigan City.
Sons body wants to put a Hop to the
Warsaw telegraph liar by publishing
his name to the public. Well, tint
would be an effectual way provided ha
is known to a dead certainty. There
are those however, who can make a
A young society man clainn that ha
understands all about the fair sex, and
that the average womn swallows ilit
tery just as a baby s vallows buttons
regardless of the consequences that may
The continued rain and mud has
caused a falling oil in business m Ply
mouth. Trade for the past few days
has been very light with the merchants
on account of the bad roads. Farmers
don't come to town as a result busiuess
is correspondingly dull.
The friends of Dick Shakes gave him
a surprise last night at his home on
north center street, reminding him that
he had reached the 25th mile post in
the journey of life. Quite a crowd was
present aud a very enjoyable time was
Cnarlie ISushuiao, lumber irupecjt
at the Novelty Works, will join upt.
Marble in Chicago tonight and from
there they go to Wisconsin to inspect
and purchase lumber l'or the Novelty
Company. They will be absent for
about a week.
Mr. C. C. IIo!em, of Kaneville, 111.,
returned home for an extended visit
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Adam
ilolem cf this city. He has been in the
prairie west for nearly tour years and
thinks, he will make the Hoosier state
his home for come time.
It is now thought that Corbett and
Fitzsiraons will meet again and contest
for the heavy weight championship.
Mrs. Fitzsiraons says that she is willing
for her husband to give Corbett one
more chance. With her consent it is
believed that all obstacles will be re
moved aud that another big tight will
Dr. J. S. Martin of this city will de
liver by request his lecture on "St. Paul
from a standpoint of a Physician"in the
U. IS. church next Sunday evening.
1 he Doctor is a good speaker and the
public will be well entertained. Every
body is cordially invited to be present.
The editor of the Kosciusko County
Optic has one of his optics open. He
saw where he was accused of being the
"Warsaw telegraph liar," and he
bounces onto Kditor Haas, of the Wa
bash Plain Dealer, who made the ac
cusation. There is nothing left of Mr.
Haas but his boots, and the supposition
is that the heels are off of them.
Airs. Coral died at her home in Hour
boo this morning at o'clock. Mrs.
Coral ia motherim law to (Jrant Lteltz
of this city.
The commissioners over in (losheu
reiused to grant a ealoon keeper a
license for the resason that his 10-year-
old daughter acted in the capacity as
bartender during the hour her father
was at dinner.
some of the counties in the Northern
part of the state hare what is called
"The Farmers Protective association,"
object of which 13 to run down and
capture horse thievep. It would be a
good thing if Marshall county had an
organization of this kind.
A smooth flwindler worked the bogus
check racl.et on several of Warsaw's
business raen a few days ago. The
swindler is reported as boing a nice
oking, and wel! dressed young man.
eherne was to make a purchase for
all amount and preeent a chtck
t... gel good hard dollars for change.
The Logansport jail contains several
criminals who have been sentenced to
the penitentiary and Wednesday night
they had every thing fixed to make
their escape. The bars of their cells
were säwed in two, and they were only
waiting for the midnight hour to bid(
farewell to Logansport. lut sheriff
Homberg suspected that all was not
right and with the aid of his deputy
their scheme was discovered. The3
were taken to Michigan City yesterday.
A case was tried before Justice Cor
L in today in which the validity of the
(larneshee law passed by the last legis
lature was called into question. Steph
en . Reeves brought mit agamst
Joseph Jiowmau for debt. Attorney
Leo M. Lauer represented JJowman
and Judge McLaien looked aiter
Reeve's side of the case. The argu
ments presented by the attorneys were
listened to by a big crowd of spectators.
Justice Corbiu ie?erved his decision.
The street crossing on Wathinpton
and Plum where bu) school children
crosses four times a day is in a terrible
condition and should be looked alter,
at once. The crossing is lower than the
street and the mud and water is about
six inches aeep. It is the duty of some
one to see that it is attended to at once,
as complaints, are being made every
day, and the people have plenty ol rea
sons for kicking.
Fditor McDonald of the Ligonier
Runner, came very near getting shot
by a telle w with a Winchester who
1-ud his gun down in tno window at
the post i .tiiee. Whii 1:h picked up
the rule it was caused to be discharged.
The bu' jet. ciathed through the window
and came- disagree ibly close to Mr.
McDonald' editnal c-n-kel as the gen
tleman happened to he pasting at the
time. The "telegraph liir" has neither
reported the editor dead from fright,
nor that he has applied for a pension.
Suppose a newspaper man every time
he hears of a man who criticises him
or his paper in public, should retaliate
by holding up to public gaze the fault
finder, what would be the result 'i Why,
the criticiter would think himself out
raged and thirst for the editor's gore.
The patient beast of burden, The
country journalist, never does this only
under great provocalion. It isn't be
cause he is afraid to do i', it is because
he isn't mean enough. He allows mtn
to goon trying to destroy his business.
He hears his par. er called a worthless
sheet because its editor in doing his
duty has stepped on somebody's toes.
Isn't it possible that our energetic
li-:h commissioner and his deputies
are going a little too far in their arrests
of people of wh mi they may entrta n
a mere suspicion of unlawful fishing?
S;veral cases are reported where they
intruded themselves upon the premises
of people who were never known to be
interested in lishing either for sport or
gain. This thing ot arresting people
without evidence of guilt against them
i contrary to the principles of our tree
government, and some of these days
these gentlemen will run up against th
wrong man. Warsaw Union.
A lodge of Rathbone siter3 was suc
cessfully instituted in Castle hall last
night, under the direction of Mrs. J.
Ciine, of Hammond, district deputy.
The officers weie duly installed and the
lodge Ftirts out with h good member
ship and will increase rapidly in point
of membeis. A splendid r.upper was
served from 5 to 7 o'clock and over one
hundred Knuihts and ladies feasted on
the many good things. The name of
their lodge is Hyperion Temple. Toe
ollicers conclud-d their work about 10
o'clock last night. The ladies from
abroad were entertained by their
friends in this city, and returned to
their homes today.
From the American Referee publish
ed in London, Ki gland we cote that
the Kuropean agents of the Indiana
Novelty MTg. Co., S. Centerman & Co ,
are exhibiting at the Stanley show
complete line of this company's goods.
"A novel piece of rim construction is
exhibited. It is the product of the In
diana Novelty MTg. Co., and consists
of an aluminum wire about 1 lf in
diameter, imbedded in each side of the
rim allowing sullicient distance be
tween for drilling of the spoke holes
Atter the wire is securely seated it is
covered by a lumination ot wood, which
when finished gives the rim an appear
ence similar to that of the luminatet'
wood rims. It is claimed that this styl.
01 manuiacture materially adds to
the strength of the rim." We might
add that the company has begun active
work in this latest improvement in
wood rims by its Superintendent Ceo,
W. Maible and large orders are being
filled. It is necessarily a more costly
construction but is far superior where
a superior article is required.
From Saturday's Dally.
Mrs. Horace Corbin is quite sick.
Plymouth Chapter, No 1J F. & A. M.
met in regular session last night.
Weather.- Partly cloudy and slightly
colder tonight. Sunday fair.
Four prisoners were paroled from the
Michigan City penitentiary yesterday.
Wm. Nichols, of Twin Lakes return
ed home from South Dakota last night.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Marsh, of Cincin
nati Ohio, will be the guetds of Mr. ind
Mrs. M. Lauer over Sunday.
Pert Reerbower is able to be on the
streets agun, and wiyi proper tare he
will eoon be himself again.
There has been no perceptive change
in the condition of Fa Mclntyre. lie
is sti'l a very sick man. His brother
residing in Niagara Falls, has been tel
C. C' Fierce, of 'Hagerstown, Ind , is
in the city the gueet of Mr. and Mrs.
'J , J. Winnings on Michigan street.
It will not be long until all the old
time Democratic otlice holders will be
looking for jobs elsewhere.
- The adjustors will be here in a few
days to adjust the loss Charlie Shadel
sustained in the tire at Tippecanoe.
J. N. WiIpod, who has been under the
weather for the past few days, is abk
to be at his post of duty again.
There is alarm again in Laporte over
the outbreak of diptheria. Several new
eases have developed in the past few
Rut very few farmers have been in
the city today, tn account of the terri
ble conditions of the roads 1:1 the coun
A smooth stranger worked Laporte
business houses by representing that he
had been sent to buy furniture etc., for
the Catholic church. He col'ected qni'e
a sum of money and then skipped out.
The V. V. Vs., gave another one of
their select dances at the opera house
last night. A good crowd vis present,
the dancing wjs line, and the music
There will be special meeting of the
Foresters in Castle hall next Wednes
day night. Important business.
C. S. Pi:h 1:, II. C. R.
Mrs. Dora Hansen went to Maxen
kuckee today, to take charge ot a clss
of forty young military cadets and give
them instructions in dancing. Mrs.
Ilaaie Capnin accompanied her,
Mrs. Nate Stevens gave an afternoon
party at her beautiful home on Michi
gan stnet from 2 till Ö o'clock yesterday
afternoon. IJttln Katharine assisted
her mamma in entertaining the guests.
Refreshments were served.
Orlando Packard, formerly of Ply
mouth, will soon be called upon to sur
render his fat. otlice of State Rank ex
aminer to a Mr. Manslield. Mr. Mans-
field is secretary of the State Central
The Fulton county commissioners
concluded not to employ a county
attorney by the ear, but to secure the
services of a lawyer, when occasions
may demand. "net her this will prove
a saving to tho county remaius to be
Recorder Walker, John W. Rutler,
Harry (Irube and Deputy Shtritr Ron
durant paid the old Santa Anna school
house, located m south west part of the
county, a visit today. The three former
taught school there years ago.
J. W. Thayer and Harry Swindell re
turned lrom Indianapolis yesterday
over the Vandaiia. Roth gentlemen
attended the meeting of the Scottish
Rite Masons, participating as candi
dates for Advancement. They are 3'Jni
degree Mdsons and are happy.
Daniel McDonald of the Democrat,
returned from Indianapolis yesterday.
He attended a three days session of the
Scottish Rite Masons in that city and
reports the occasion a most pleasant
one. Degrees troni the 10th to the :j2nd
uere conferred on 75 cai.didates.
A mind reader over in Porter county
is going 10 aittmpl the remarkable leat
ot stretching his mind around th"
globe. A letter wiii be started tour
weeks ahead ol him, when he . i 1 1 start
after it blindfolded. He thinks he will
overtake t.be letter and locate it through
the exercise of his wonderful powers.
Mayor Taggart, of Indianapolis has
ordered the police to suppress all slot
machines and gambling of every cut
and kind. He wants it done at once
and done quick.
M. M. Siiawlracker, who has been in
North Dakota on a prospecting tour,
returned to Marshall county last night.
He is well pleased witn that country,
and will likely locate there in the
Rx-Congressman R. F. Shivley, of
South Rend, was iu the city today thak
ing hands with his friends- Mr.
Shivley always meets with a warm and
generous greeting when he comes to
On account of the opposition of her
fattier, Miss Mabel Reeve resigned her
position a instructor of Culver City
dancing class, and has turned the same
over to Mrs. Dora Hansen. Miss Mabel
was a very competent instructor, but
in deference to her fathers wishes she
gave it tip.
A minister in a neighboring town has
wisely declined an addition to his salary
on the ground that the hardest part of
his work during the last year, had been
the collection of the same, and he felt
that it would kill him to have to collect
another hundred dollars.
John Williams was lined and "costed"
by Justice Corbin yesterday 813:00 for
assult aud battery on a young man from
Rourbon. The Kam was paid and the
Rourbon man went his way rejoicing
all because he made Williams pay the
The committee of ladies appointed
on last Thursday evening by the Riders
of the Presbyterian church, to make ar
rangements for holding a social, will
meet with Mrs. Theo. Cressner on next
Monday evening. All ladies and mem
bers of the congregation are requested
to be present.
On Dec. 22 the people of Plymouth
will have the pleasure of hearing the
Swecdish (Irand Conceit company, fori
the first time. The lecture Association
ot riymouiti have gone rreat ex-,
pense t get this comp i . 'hey will I
t:e the lirst of the four
'low booked for llv":o,,"!i
of this Com pan) has i.e. er
city, a: d it is h j t d ; a . .
i e;i iii our
1 b gl' et-
ed by a crowded no..s . Ticket -.p. -v.!e
at Losey's jewfhy sto-e n Mo id xy,
hut not later. Make r arrai: meiits
o be on tune.
In t lie waso of Rtev s vs. I'x-vrnan
hieh w'as tried betöre f "or in
esterday. Judgemn.t w & g.ven in
iV'.rr of Reeves lor ;'.., I." tw n u
was considered a houc o' .ci, i. id tl
jainiMiee law was ait; u .e un
)iihtitui;a! hv Judge Mc'T;r . It now
An item from the ;'o'.ir,i . 1 'ity
"ost is sutlicien: to . . f that
twn as a highly moral p'a-v. The
T.quib leferred to is thi-: A few young
hoys who attend church and sit in tue
rear of the ho-isy, eraeimg nuts wrh
their teeth and spitting beUveen their
tingers, need to have moral suasion ot
a decidedly forcible kind directed upon
Trank L. Thorn 1?, a young" mau who
is wintering at Skaguay, Alaska, ot.
uis way to the gold fields of the Klon
dike, writes interestingly ot hid trij
and experiences to his father at I'iy
mouth. The young man has plenty ol
pluck and seems also to be possessed ol
good commvii sense, and will no doubt
c une home a winner. lie favs there is
i great abundance of food at Skaguay.
He minks that place has a great future
is iL is bound to become a great c m-
mercr.il centre, being an important
stopping place along the gold hells.
Columbia City Rost.
Dr. J. S. Marlin will deliver his lect
ure on "M. Raul from the standpoini
of a Rnysiciau," next Sunday evening
Dee. 12, at the l IS. church, everyb d
should hear this lecture as it will give
strength aud irulu-nce to the christian
life. There will be no admission lee,
nothing but the usual c ollection, but
come prepared to give a good collection
tor the chnrch. Lecture to begin at
o'clock sharp. Look in the charch di
rectory on the fust p'ige for thetimwot
all services of the U. R. church. Lvery
oody is cordially invited to all services
of ttu above named church.
C'ycl 1'urtory Note.
Mrs. Reil Reltz, wife of Crant Reltz
foreman of the machinery department
is in Rourbon. at thn bed side of hei
mother, who is lying very low at pres
out with but lit tie hopes of her recovery.
Louis Croelich foreman of the frame
makers aud liters department was
obliged to go home yesterday as he was
feeling badly from the effects of a bad
ld. Koontz is back at his bench
again, after a weks lay oll. J;l diu
not catch the big pike.
01115 to a disarrangement oa the
Klektoru ejele railroad which was
caused by the uon ap.ieirauce of "Co
.inetnr" (' I):irr ;it Om nr.WiOrtim
and not I'ivmiT the siinril f r "Ab
aboard, train north." Engineer llreimier
at the throttle, and fireman Urostus
with hand on the bell rope, were anx
iously waiting for brakenian Thomp
son, to help bargeman Fox load man-
dtjer Wolf, who was being he 1 ü4Cä oy
detective liecker. Ail would luve been
awaited had conductor Durr been on
time to start them out right. As it vas
trains arrived at the factory only a half
About twenty live of new Elektron
wheeisoithe o model have been sold
in riymoulh during the past week".
Fisrht Inheritance-i ,tx
Washington, Dec. 13. Attorney
General Akin of Illinois will h ive ex-
rrosulent Benjamin Harrison as an op-
ponent in tue inheritance tax cases
which come up before the United States
Supreme court next month. Mr. Akin
im uie&.es commence iu.il me supreme
court will sustain the constitutionality
of the law.
Canada May Meet n KeluifT.
Rome, Dec. 13. It is reaffirmed here
that Sir Wilfred Laurier, the dominion
premier, asked the Vatican to establish
a nunciature in Canada. It is probable
that the denial of the report issued
frcm Ottawa was for electoral consid
erations, and it leads to the supposi
tion that nothing will be done in the
To Help Uritisti Kuginper .
Hoston, Dec. 13. It was decided at a
meeting of the Boston branch of the
Amalgamated Society of Engineers to
make an appeal to every trade uuiou
in (Massachusetts to assist the en
gineers, machinists, smiths and pat
tern makers of (Ireat Britain in their
great fight for an eight-hour day.
Kern's Slayers Sentence!.
Waverly, Iowa, Dec. 13. Judge Clyde
on Saturday sentenced Delilah Kalos
to be imprisoned twenty years and
William Kern twelve years for the
murder of Jerome Kern. They pleaded
guilty of murder in the second degree.
llelleve! to He a DefHiilt er.
Council Bluffs, Dec. 13 It. N. Whit
tlesey, surveyor of customs for the port
of Council Bluffs, has disappeared un
der circumstances that lead to the con
clusion that ho is a heavy defaulter.
His books cannot be fc ind.
Itlanco Ks tends t'onriolenre.
Havana, Dec. 13. Marshal Dlanco
has cabled to Senor de Lome, Spanish
minister at Washington, a request that
he tender Blanco's condolences to Pres-
ident MtJClnley on the death o the '
AMOrtQ THE CHINS.
Men, IVwnten nail Kvcn Italic- rriu.K
The most common illues uraoa,
the Chins are cholera and oihr-r bowel
complaints, as is not unnatural, con
sidering the climate, their filthy hab
its and their voraciousness, say.-;
Chambers' Journal. For if thp Ch:r?
have one quality which may ho cou
o.d a:; a virt'ie it is ho-pit
pretext for a f a?t is allow
unused, whether it he a birth, a vlr.uh
a marriage, s, .sacrifice, the payniei.
of a debt, the making of an azio nv.'m
the slaughter of an enemy, the -hjor-lcg
of a door"; and a feast 'iinplir
a drinking bout, .sometimes of iiuh.v
days' duration." They drink a Iruv.
named "zu," which is mad fron:
millet or Indian corn. It is d' i lh
as "a most refreshing drink aft''r a
hot march," and is aid to "pull o..-;
together more quickly than any .v!.; !
stimulant in times of ;reat i'a? -."
Its effects dn nut nnnnif in I... I-.."
deleterious, for tlip Chin uu.lh i v-
to a good age, thotieh a li-Viiii u::
drunkard from childhood. "Men. v.--
men, and even babies at their mothers
breasts, all drink; and a state of In
toxication is considered ns r ,it a !'
as it Is pleasant. Xo evert is c impleV
without liquor, and nothing is an of
fense when committed undn- tho in
fluence of liquor. Not to y a isi!"i
with liquor is considered the height
of discourtesy, and the warmth of ;;
man's reception is gauged by the num
ber of pots of liquor broached f . .?
him." Consequently, as may he imag
ined, a feast is not a very edri'yiiiR
spectacle. On the arrival of the quests
pigs and oxen are huiahtcred' and
their flesh hacked off and boiled. Por
Ing this process drinking begins. The
guests sit in loni; rows with their liq
uor pots between their knees, suck
ing hard at the tube and talking very
little. When the food is ready, all fal'
to, still silently, until, hunger satis
fied, they revert to drink. Then thei.
spirits begin to rise, gongs and horns
are produced, and dancing and insinL
begin. "As the night wears on the rev
elers become hopelessly drunk. Some
sit moodily in corners, some lie with
their faces in the dirt, and other?
quarrel and fight with fists."
The M jrl'rliii Aatasiri.
One Light, shortly after the cele
brated battle of I'ontenoy, its hero
Marshal Do Saxp, arrived at a little vil
läge in which was an inn with a pe
culiar reputation. It was said that it
this inn there were ghosts who stab
bed or strangled nil who attempted to
pass the night in a certain room. Tlv
conqueror of Rontonoy was far from
being susceptible to superstitious ter
rors, and was ready to face an arm
of chosts. lie dismounted, ate hi
supper, and went up to tho fatal room,
taking with him his arms and his lort
servant. His arrangements completed,
the marshal went to bed, and was soon
in a profound slumber, with his senti
nel ensconced in an arnu-hair by tin
Hie. About one o'clock in tho morn
inp tne watcher oy the tire, wanting to
t;et some skrp hinisolf. approached his
master to awaken hini. but to his call
he received no response. Thinlunar the
marshal eonn.Uy asleep, lie called
again. Staited at. the continued sil
ence, the man shook him: the marshal
did not stir. As lie lifted his hands
from the form In the be.l. the frighten
ed servant saw that they wore red.
The marshal was lying in a pool of
blooi. Drawing down the cover, the
soldier saw a strange thing. An enor
mous insect was fastened to the side
of De Saxe, and was sucking at a
wound from which the blood flowed
freely. The man sprang to the lire
place, grasped the tongs, and ran back
to the bed. Seizing the monster, he
cast it into the Haines, where it was
instantly consumed. Help was called.
and the marshal was soon out of dan
ger; but the great general, who had
escaped fire and stel for years, had
barely escaped dying of the bite of aD
insect. He had found the shost.
IHaiiiomln Iti ttti . Kxtliirt Volcano.
An interesting dbovery from a
geological point of view was recently
made by an explorer in the mountains
of Witzies Iloek, Natal. On the sum-
mit of an extinct volcano on the edge
i ci a iiKC mat occupies tne (later.
soundings, revealed a layer of sand in-
closing small diamonds. It would be
interesting to know whether these dia
monds were there accidentally that
Is, as the result of washing operations
carried on by the natives or whether
this discovery corresponds to an actual
mine of diamonds, for the hills of
Wjtzies Iloek are not situated in re
gions known to be diamond-bearing.
On the last hypothesis, the presence of
precious stones in the crater of a vol
cano would doubtless throw some light
on. the formation of the gems In na
ure. Jja Genie Civil.
The Spider Thread.
An eminent naturalist says that ev
ery thread of what we call the spi
der's web ij made up of about live
thousand separate libers. If a pound of
this thread were required it would oc
cupy nearly twenty-eight thousand
spiders a full year to furnish it. The
Author of this statement does not in
form us how long the thread would be,
but it is safe to say that it wouid reach
several times around the universal
Iluth Did you enjoy your visit to
Naomi Splendidly. I was thinking
all the time how liice it would be to
get back to dear old Boston. Boston
tirowth for Railway.
Onlv a. llttlp over seventv vears linva
elapsed since the first railway in the
WOrld was finished. Duriner that rom-
paratlvelv brief period 400.00f) rrdi-vt
have heon cn;t4tructed.
ftow is the Tirr e
tu have vottr picture taken. Ui a
t i.uji or Water culor made fcr
v ii :iiiias. 1 on can not
fw-.er or t.etttr Preent. "
H bi fö, GttSi per fei.
wed ,0 PÄj. vby. U.U MiMiUl.lJUtjtl 10.
f iictnn at rediuttl
C v.. c in u. w if you
ti r the Holiday?-,
guaranteed to lea
want the in
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;oie wheR in the city.
"Honorable Draling" our motto.
One ham tit tho old Par
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L. H. Vanscoik.
Of glitt ring g !d in the mouths of ti e
people is rapidly gimg way to the nn.it
modern am! t rtu i; Jy mere hunm bK-hb
diid dm al le
tali (teil in Bile wcik
Newly patent d lcm of applying
this work it- a revelation to all who de
sire their teeth i ivsuvkI and it-stored
o their natural whiteness.
Call at the
Model Denial Farlors.
Qrl A SPEC! ALT YondwyorT
J A ttary llMli ü io SON permanent!
cured in lo tow days. You can be treaiod at
j home for same price under same cruaraa-
L. .nT.' j " j "w pre -er locome nero we willcon
7 tract to ray railroad f areand hotel bills.and
nocharpe 1 f we f ai 1 to cure. I f you have taken mer
ur" 'ot'lde Pti4sh anJ ""I have aohea and
pnins. Mucous ratchet hi mouth. Sore Throat.
1'iuiples. Copper Colored Spots, llrers on.
any part of tlielKxlT.il air or Eyebrow falling
out. It is tlua Seeoadary ItLoOl) l'OISOS
we puaranteo to cure. We solicittbe mo-t obsti
nate cases and mallence the world for A
case we cannot cure. Thia dieae baa al war
ballled the skill of the mot eminent Physi
cians. 500,000 cai.ital behind our uncoW
tional puaramy. A bsolute proofs pont foled oa
tpplicaiK.n. Addroi. COOK KKMKDY COZ
O? Manonie Temple, ClllCAUO. LLL
Attornev and Counsellor at law.
ilusdntss promptly atttnded to in
tate and Federal Courts. Ollice 2nd
iloor biick tuildinjr, soutli side of (jam)
street, I My mouth, Ind.
I have cash cstomrs for bargains
in good small farms. If yon wish to
sell or trad. 5ee me. lean do you
Geo. E. Paul.
Cure Your Stomach.
You can iiiivkly ilo tlis ly srr South
Amkkican Nkkvikk. It can cure every cas
of weak stomach in the orlu. It Irays cure
ncT r fails. It knows no failure. It will ulad len
your in-art an! put sunshine into your life. It is
a most surprising cure, a weak Uunach and
broken nerves will drag you down to death.
Soitii AMEKiCiN Nkrvikr will help J'OU
hniticiliately. No failures; always cures; nver
dissappoints. Lovely to taka. Sold by
G Bi.AiN & Co., rugUts.rijnaulk, lad
rrt3hieat'g ra other. , --iy
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