Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 25, 1892 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, September 25, 1892
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IN WOMAN'S BEHALR MY LADY DOCTOR. <leut yet 0...-: i rorrcct oil dluoruc^uo* ill c v. >;., ;<: liver and rogulK..Mi;c bov.-i•'.>-, -f - curei !.,.-L,i;:UlatOth.9 . jj.itoly theirgoodnesji doca nntcn'.! hcro.jind tlioso irho once try thorn -n-ilT llnd three 1!! tlo pills vale- oWeir. :o many wave '.hat they will not La -tril- licg to dc. vrithout thc-ta. 2ul nft lettobnnoof somftcrliTM thai hcrofs-rfioro T/omaVe our great boast. Oar pilla cure it -villa otbcrs do not. Ccrlor's Llttlo ilvcr Kla aro very Email nnij ~W 0187 to tiko, OiO or two pills w.iio ft doso, . ta boy ure ctrictly vcg&tnblu r.nd do not gripu or purpf, bat by ttiolrp;eiitlof,cti:>2 ploasoall whJ use thorn. lu viulaatSScoris; ilvofor»l. Sold by druggies ovori'v/lierc, c r cact by iaia. CARTER BJEDSCJMS oo.. New Yor!<, SMALL PiU. SMALL DOSE, SMALL PBiGE She "ever cocics -ivlth pompous stride, btroiij; of cigars, head to oi;e siclc, /i brief cailaukcs, a Question asks, Ai.d lolly uiJ!;s of mighty tasics; Noi so my laciy doctor. Shcfec's your puLsc, looks at your tongue, I.;-cerr.> the \vry ccrvc unstrui:f, r , Ti;^^ :,., Is your hand with kindly look. And :• -KS you through !!ko an open book; '-- ;L:S doi?s my lady doctor. ^Vith •• :::ic mien, quite cairn and still. She i!u: I'.r.Ics out the little pill, The «-t;. .-!:•• notes v-'ith basty glance Tile a!r, 1- :ood. the ljurso, perchance, Xaught 'scapes the lady doctor. And tlien she knows what slie's about, His piles of books all conned throughout; She studied with a learned man, And practiced twenty years his plan; She's wise, my lady doctor. Should sickness seize the nursery elf Whose lifo Is but your truer self, She's such a woman's coaxing way, Tie child will soon from day to day Cry for the lady doctor. If danger comes to man or wife. She'll watch and nurse the flickering lire. Until, by patient care and skill, Slie'll bid each ansious fear bo still. As could no other doctor. ' V.'heu comes your time to convalesce, She'll even deign to talk of dress, And cheer you up with bits of news, And so keep off the dolorous blues, Jly cheery lady doctor. IJnt if no human skill avail, And death o'er life at last prevail, With honest tear and honest heart, Comfort and strength she will impart; God bless my lady doctor. And should your Kick soul cry in grief For which no potion gives relief. She'll speak such sympathetic v.-orda As surely never can be heard Hut from a lady doctor. —Amelia K. Wing, in Woman's Journal. "Tne smcii day, as it did in ume saves nine, to- whcn purchasing- facii- MENDING AND CLEANING. SErrnXEEVE, tho fy.-.t T,irldf,h " Fwriit-nl- MflteiV'm -Ji-i o-.;y in--p.-intiun tint will olt-jct l ho jmijjl-ut rffiuiis rioms-u ah>(,7't. Ccree N«?rvo<:3 l)obiliL>-.«'.-.k«I::l.wr.,a.o'it?.;iiiiL''Ort, rvilUroamii, 1'ulu in thi Jinct and hil scasliu^ dinoAmjrf cuu"ud byorrorHpf jouth. o^^r os&rciou or the urcmjtiivy U^B ot tooucco, O|iiumor Ptir'iulr.ati3 ( which ulll- tniLt*jIj-l»iid to confu.-a^ti'Jn, jni'iiniiy nnd boicid.x bold nt ?1 ;>**r bon, K|X ffir (j, with a written fruat- (Sn'.y J o our-j or monyr rnfunilHd. Oircultim fro*.. Ht imrof5<iotirb«nt b;- mi.ll. .,u>lro"rt IniomiitLouaJ JleJioot AiiMjd/i'.ii.n, :'CJ Donr'i.^ra St., CliioaBO, 111. T!TE 'JKNUIXK FOR SALE OXLY AT Ceil J'lalior's L'rug Sure, Lo^'acsport, Inii. f/TAKEAPSLL U. Hobb's Are the Best on Earih. . Act gently yet prompt- Sly on the UYEK, Klfi. j NETS and BOWELS, Oia- I pclling Headaches, Fov- J crs nnd Colds, thorough- t ly cloansing tho system Jof disease, and cures j habitual constipation. J^Thoy aro Sugar coated, 9'do not gripo, very small, 1 easy to tal;o, and pnrcly \ vccotablo. 45 pills In each I vial. Perfect digostion I rollows their uso. They J absolutoly euro sick Iicad- . . , ,, , . ncho. and ore recommended by leading physicians. For salo by leading H03BS JEDICM CO,, Pnjpt, San taWor Cfcfcara „, ^P^ S . AL , E IN L0UANSPORT, IND., BY H. Ennghurst, Druggist and Apothecary, SOS Market Street. KO?nrSS«'S HARMLESS HEADACHE POWDERS. 'Positively the Best. CU:<E ALL HEADACHES. jTd ey are not a Cathartic For sale by Ben Kisher. FOR WOMEN ONLT SSSSSSSSSS^SSlSSSIfSSSXii . . fKiJ. Price S1.OO per box. Sent >ym»tl socnroly sealed upon receipt of price. A Jcoutlsa on 'Diseases of Women, free. Address CHKttlCJi CO., I-corla, III, ^That. SInde Mrs. I'hilip Giciin So Troucl of Her Hex. The cit}- was crowded with -risitors, likewise "Emery & Bros'." silk counters •with "rttrc bargfains," shining and soft fabrics, which attracted a "crush" of shoppers. The day was sultry, and a pretty young- matron had been beguiled into wearing-, for a clay's shopping- in the city, her handsomest g-own of lace and silk. The "shoppers" 'crowded and elbowed each other; consequently tho wearer of the "perishable" material, after the mischief was done, looked with constellation upon half a dozen rents. "Too bad!" said u pleasant faced young- woman at the gros grain counter. "I've ruined it It was grandma's shawl, and at least fifty years old," returned Mrs. Philip Glenn" despairingly. "I think Grandma' Ford or Clarice could mend your lace. They do such work beautifully. You'll find them at number four hundred and twenty, just around the corner," explained the'clerk, as another "rush" claimed her attention. In a window of an old-fasioncd house Sirs. Glenn read: "Laces Mended, Buttons Sewed on, Gloves Cleaned, etc." _ Mrs. Philip Glenn, vexed and impcv- tient that she must spend time in hunting- out "this style of women," no doubt "greasy and ill-looking- old women," who mig-ht, perhaps, "draw tog-ether" those gaping- rents, which must answer until she reached home, ran up the stairs and with scant ceremony sought out the "mending- bureau." "Did you wish to see grandma?" inquired Clarice Ford, a slender, graceful young- girl, leaning- upon a crutch. "I—I—think 1 have made a mistake, I was directed to the mending bureau " "You were rightly directed. Clarice and myself will undertake your work, if it is possible to do it," said one of the softest-voiced and most refined old ladies Mrs, Glenn had ever seen. The lace mending proved to bo a difficult task, quite beyond Clarice, and ivould require time as well as Datience. "You had better send this drapery to me, as I can, in so little time, only temporarily repair the damage," said :ties- were not so ;rr?at. 'Mend half- worn or soiled articles with ne-,v one;;.' has brought to want families, who might have had a comfortable old acre. There are large "bundles of light silk sashes, ribbons, gloves and white kid shoes slightly soiled, in the next room, brought m by those who think it economy to have them cleaned. "There are working girls and business women, who, upon sttu-ray day?, soil boots and gowns." and have litVe time, or spare strength, av.L-r a Io: :; day'S'work, to expend in cleaning mi:d;:y garments. Perhaps it is the best and boots: if so, they iu-e fn.-n;;er,uy sent here, to be brushed. Clarice is not above cleaning- a handsome boot or shoe. Women who have not time to do these things for themselves, are glad Io have a reliable place to send their work. "Over-worked mothers send us mud-, stemmed and soiled suits, worn by a careless husband or son. to brush, andrcno- vate. Worn table and bed linen, with family mending-, finds r.,% in readiness to ido it. Single men furnish a variety of work, from darning coarse woolen, or handsome silk hose, to sewing- en buttons and repairing worn linings. Oh. yes, there is an abundance of work sent in, now that we are established. \Ve accept it all, for in this house there are four women who can not leave home to find employment, while they may earn quite a bit by renovating- soilefl clothing-. "The number of women engaged in occupations, taking them away from home, and requiring the entire daylight hours in winter, necessitates tho leaving to some one, the work of keeping the wardrobe in order. It is economy to have it done." RELIGIOUS THOUGHTS. GOD SPEAKS TO THEE. Go.:l s;i6.".k-s to thce. O man ; I' r^ar be n-ien the heaven.? Aiv- bright trlth stars, Or Trhen the stars are blotted oat By clonds and rain; It may be when the cheek Is flushed vrith health, Cr when thy brow is knotted Hard vrith pain. Bur then or now O 1222, God speaks to theo. God speaks to thee. O man; It may be in the busy ilarts of trade, Where gold and silver strive With all their rovrer thy soul to snare; K may be in tho cooling Woodland shade. Where liijos bloom and take Ivo thought or euro, Bat hore or there, O man, God speaks to tbeo. God speaks to thoe, O man. He —sits to make thy soul Aa sY.'eGt, thine ear as sensitive, As sny child's. 0 bid ffiin no :coro Wait outside, But fling thy heart's door Open wide, And here and thero And everywhere, C mac, God dwells with thee! —Abb- Anderson, in X. Y. Obacryer. Your.pr in 2 n and you deny yourselves sake? Do you \v youn up women, do your parents" selfish enjoyments for the sake of being- helpful at home, when those enjoyment eoaUiot with your filial unties and privileges? Hyot; do. vni: kr.-ow v.'hat it is to drink the sv.-<. llOt ill- accd i: ..... ;.. sipld the draught of selfish pleasure tasted than you thought it would, nor how bitter the taste it left after you had drained it. And you, fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters, friends and neighbors, do you know the joy of always lend- helpiag- hand ;it community, in the home. ing 1 thi in the in every relation of life which, you are called upon to sustain? Are you constantly an the lookout for ;i too heavy burden, beneath which you can .place your shoulder and so walk a little •way in the joy of love and sympathy at REASY RILtEF, Cheapest ana Best Mefi- cjue For Family Use In Tiie World, •'•''ever Fails To Relieve PAIN, '".i poifor \vjilcu It ito i -st.<i.st 1 ^ of curl ly*. RHEUMATISM and NEURALGIA, to thss i:6:ip:ui«:;iTaor ;!:ci;."Ar>y . or jwrs wliere- tlio i!:ii.v.i!tv or '-oj!i exlscs your toiling brother's side? .io you. TH OF HELPFULNESS. Will I Mrs. Philip Glenn, pleased with the artistic mending, said to her husband, as she related her shopping experience; ."Really, Philip,"she is lovely. So is her grand-daughter, and their surroundings are dainty, even exquisite. I've always associated a mending and cleaning establishment with confusion and bad odors. I'm proud of my sex, and the brave old and young women that earn tho money to live so nicely in the prettiest place in the city, on B. street. They keep other women, too.' 1 —Ella Guernsey, in Housekeeping. A FAMOUS WOMAN. Her Discovery of a Comet. .Made Her Great Reputation. Under the gabled, high-peaked roofs of a German street a quaint little girl trotted to school. I always fancied I could, see her with her short, coarse dress of blue, with a waist that was up to her arms. Her stout little legs wore encased in thick woolen stockings, acd her wooden shoes clattered on the stone flags of the hall and kitchen. She swcp; the kitchen and hall with a brooa as big as herself—r* broom not like ours, but made of twigs, such as one still sees in Germany. She had a big brother, a tall, fair lad, with a passion for acquiring knowledge of many kinds. Under her high waist beat an earnest, loving little heart, and she carried under her quilted hood a clear and intelligent brain. She learned quite rapidly all the lessons given to her; and in music,, which was the profession of the family, she excelled. Chance called her dearly-loved brother to England. She followed him .there. She found him deep in nightly study of the stars. She followed him, also, in these studies; and soon for her, too, there opened up the fascination of that most glorious of all sciences that reveals to us the very power of the Omnipotent in space. With the ready self-sacrifice of true affection, to give him time for his ol- servations, she took on her young shoulders the burden of their support She taught vocal and instrumental music; she sang at concerts; she played at entertainments. Then in the silence of the night, she sat with him, noting ISrotliors- Burilo:is Lisrlitcn Our Own Londs. am always depressed when I see a man slinking- away from ^n opportunitv to help some-body. He reminds me of a bat or an owl trying- to find some dark- hole in which to hide away from the light. How little he knows the joy. the sweet soul-filling satisfaction which he foregoes in the cowardice of his would- be exemption from responsibility! He thinks that he is lucky when he escapes the necessity of doing a service. There is a mean, furtive, unreal kind of satis- factioa in his heart when he succeeds in dodging a moral obligation due to some suffering overburdened brother. But this poor pinchbeck, counterfeit satisfaction is like a piece of tinsel compared with the pure, solid {-old of joy which might have been his had he seized the opportunity to lend a helping hand. It 'is a psychological mystery, this intense, uplifting, abiding joy which wo find in bestowing good upon others. Can you explain why you should bo happy after giving something to another "which could- not make you happy in possessing it yourself'? I can not. Jiut we all know how gen nine this kind of ness is. 'i< 3 i,jin> r.Jo., l-'c. Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored. *vJ, C i a ?*°'n /"" v " t>ullno " 1 ' jDeumty. r.Bd all iio train of evils from early errors orja;er e-cesses. ^ rc ^, ult S of ?™™»k,slesacss. worry, etc. PuU strenst>i, development, M d toso (riven «SM ana portion ot tho body. § tap!c , methods Jmmedtato Improvement sera .-impossible. 2.100 references. Book. c JUKI proofs mailed (sealed) froo. Address ERIE MEDICAU CO., BUFFALO, N Y WANTED. Advertisiiigl -fF.Touwlshto advemse unrthlns,- anvwhere at Uny tima write to fiSO. P, SOWTCLT. A Co Xo 10 SR>J«* St. New York. : ».£ ( l EI ' TS W D< ? n J t d(>TOte wurllfe to enneWng pabUshers. Deal direct with tie inanufactiirers ot the largest, aud most rarled nnd fastest selllnc nstofnewcas&subserlpaontx>oS5 extent, so DAYS CREDIT at mimtifacturers' tortom wholesale prices, vrlUiout ordinwr pubUshers' iirotlL Esduslve lerrltorj. Our lS3i o3er is orts .wi ,.i d anprece^jitwl in Uie book trase. Address, for llustrated 0»'a!ogue and full panicolars Book 1T»D -tnRTS' Sjnciicste, Boi 1565 X y. niPE\VRlTERS,-Headauarters for the world- i all makes; dout iKty numulacturers' exorbitant ttlces; we shin mvrwbMe, gtv!ng thoroui;ti exnmi- anon belore accepting: aosolutelj Hrst"cl?ss con- Utlon gun ranted; positirely all makes at about • or sss than half price, exchanging a specialty; lt>- itwnents rented <uirwliMi>;l;irs<v<t stock In the «««"'••- two entire floors devoted fxcinsiveij to' Mrs. Ford, inspecting- the torn places. _ "In other days, I wore a lace shawl similar to this one. but I went out into society a great deal, and it perished in the \isiag-, .Ah, yes, I was,-in those days, shielded from rough winds blown by- poverty," continued grandma Ford. Sixty-two and eighteen, two frail women, the last of a large family, and poor, yet happy, and able to earn a shelter.plain clothing,and honest bread. An accident,when sixteen,lamed Clarice for life, and ended her hones of filling a lucrative and pleasant sitxintion, and we were proud. We Fords have been well born, and in comfortable circumstances, "When Clarice was able to get about sg-ain with the aid of her crutch, we knew that we should soon lack bread. Our hands were weak, and many are wanting work. A kind-hearted laundress timidly suggested one day, that we do the foinemendin,'promising to bring the -worruk,' if we wanted it. She did secure a quantity of mending, which we were glad to do, and our small venuare encourage; Clarice to paint 'our sign,'rent this bright room, and once more set up for ourselves a tome' nest. down what he saw and helping him _ his efforts at original research. There were no Alvan Clarkes in those days, ;md this young: .German musician had to in-rent and manufacture his own glasses. He grave her one. and with it she nip-htly swept the firmament. She discovered a corset and announced it. The cews spread like lightning:. A woman had discovered a comet! A woman was a <jreat astronomer! She discovered seven comets, and received the g;old medal. Her name was entered on all the royal societies of Scrape. Kings and princes came to the; observatory to see the famous mother and sister—but chiefly the sister. The work of this one humble-minded •woman, who always declared she was insignificant in. comparison to her •brother, did more to disnel man's prejudice against education for our sex than millions of equally unselfish lives that had been passed in ministering to his daily comforts for centuries. Her name still stands proudly honored, and no astronomer belittles the work of Carolina Herschel—because it was a woman's,—-Agnes 3JC. Manning, in Household Iklontnly. happi- ig-ht when I was passing through New York city I ran across a frind on Broadway, which is the most cosmopolitan street in the world. You might come from the most distant hamlet in this great country and be pretty sure of meeting some one you know during an hour's walk on Broadway. I remarked to my friend, after exchanging sreeting-s with him: "It seems to me you are looking unusually happy to-night." "Yes," he answered, ' ; I am feeling in remarkably good spirits, but for the life of me 1 can't tell e.vaotly why. To be sure I spent the morning looking over the treasures of the art museum": then I dined with Senator G at the Fifth Avenue hotel, and afterwards I went to hear Albani at the Metropolitan; but none of these things seemed to make me feel particularly cheerful. All they did, perhaps, was to gratify my curiosity and vanity. I felt ratheV bored than otherwise, after them." "Well, it is grange that you should have such a reaction of spirits." I said. "Are you sure nothing else has happened?" "Nothing worth mentioning,".he said; "I do remember, though, that as Icame out of the opera house, there was a poor, peaked-faced little girl standing at the entrance, with a ragged shawl over her head and half a dozen evening papers under her arm. She was a timid rather, shun these opportunities for helpfulness? Are you always slipping out at the back door, when some poor brother pilgrim totters with his load of sin and care and poverty up to your threshold? If you arc an uncharitable coward, you will have the fcoling-s of a coward. You will hate and despise yourself. You will find no pleasure iu anything which is noble, manly, unselfish and Christ-like. You will be utterly miserable every day of your life; and each time you sneak away from an t-jportimity of doing good, "you self- condemning heart will be houVicr nnrl more troubled. When a, man gets to hating himself for «,is own inherent selfishness, and yet makes no effort to break the bond of self, he is undergoing the keenest -mental torture of which he is capable. It is hell here and now, hell begun in this world. And if a man makes no effort to get out of hell in this world, is it not likely that he will escape it in the next'.' But if anyone is miserable and unsatisfied and self-distrustful, lie can become happy and hopeful and self-respecting by simply fulfilling the law of Christ. What is that law'.' "Bear ye one another's burdens." Jlow simple it is, how practical, how easily possible for everyone of us! Nothing- so rjluin, so ready to hand, as this everyday'duty of helpfulness. Christ docs not ask you to do some strange, unfamiliar, peculiar things. All He asks is this: Look- about you, and the first overladen brother you see. put your hand under his burden. Help him witii it. Could you ask for anything more plain and practical in the way of duty than that? Yet it is the golden rule of the kingdom. It is the secret of all joy and peace and hope. Try it, and see "if YOU . . IXTKfiNALLY, it l::i!f to u titispojaful mnljjMofwaWrwJli, 1:1 :i IVxv minutes, curs LKi'.njw. Sour Stoiuac::, XJ-JSTO. Vo;::itincr. Beart- burn, .SVivotiMuws, «ivi.:e.ssn«.<. Sick !it«<Jac,n«-, D.nrrheii. mile. >'l:i:«!eiui.,-. au-J .-ill liUeriuil pains. FOI-JKS Cured las Various auu Prvjvonc A SUIT, Cure for all Summer Complaints! Dysentery, Diarrliosa, GMOLBRfl MORBUS. A l;nir io a lA-iNyoontu! of ti:j!!l)!tT of »>!«•. r(?]i'»nte<l K-.-uiy lleiu-r I'lacod ov?.- ;?;> wlli aflerd !ir.:i\.--(ii;;t,< rti;X I-TJCO. aito. net bottle. Sal lie Sure To Got ••} * r>v"« AD ! dy Reliet In n half ' sis ofteu ?s tbe dis- iimel taiaraU'd wltb. stomach- :uid bowels ui'i soon e.'Vesa.ccr.e ^^ 1 I LTfoct Purgii'.iv?. Sootlilns; .i[icTients, PC: Wift. OUT I'ain. Always Heliuble, and iVrrl in TlielrOjif ration. P,n-rreiJy wstelcss, d^un-Jr co;iu>d with sweeS guv., pur-e, rogtiiatc, purify, cieur.se and strength RAD WAY'S PILLS Inflammation or Uj,» Bow-is. Piles, aiiti all lie."' raswinnnts of tlip. luU>n;;il Viscera Pir-ply V«r- etiiliie. Comninlnc no .Mercury, ' lliilfri-s «• Deleterious Unigs. Tho Great Liver Remedy. in By so doing SISTERS AT WORK. -turu: lor our res- F; Ulnstraied eatalosues and specimens i » - •R£ WTlter Headquarters, Si and SS BrcKiii- laj, New York; ISti Jtonroe street. CMca^o PYEBY one In need ortaforniauon on -the 3<*toradverplncwfildowS ™obrata! t ; "Book for Advertising." ses TOCPS n"i«. loUar. MalW.^ta^paWoawwpt' nMnsacare^compllstlon from & bttJ>eR-spaperI«r*ctorj-or<di tbe bess hu class journals; rives ae circularJon rafl - on S' and a goad iealtif loforrnt aaon a source of pride to me, when able to darn a."bad rent'in father's best coat, so neatly .that he must hunt to'find the place. To-day that accomplishment nets me dollars. Gentlemen" bring- to me handsome dress suits which need repairing, and elegant g-o,wns find their way into our 'bureau.' ory carries me back to the days that were •reluctantly spent in learning to do fine mecding, The onen-work embroidery, 'tufted .work,-".netting, knotting 1 and'fancy knitting was vasth- more attractive than taking the stitci. that saves nice. Tfe hare two assistants, three days in each week,-when the gloves and ribbons are to T>e cleaned.. Small profits? Yes," '•Does it pay to clean rib'bons and ] pare!,-n-nea one con bnr so cheaplF?" , -.. „ ^ .. , v JTTLIA. STAKE EvAi-s, of Hampton. la., though the mother of Sve children, is studying for graduation at the State university. Her husband is an active lawyer. THE first woman admitted to the bar in America was Arabella MansSeid. of •Iowa, ia 1S39. Now there are seven women lawyers practicing before the United States supreme court, and a large number have been admitted to general practice. Miss ILLRY KDDT, daughter of the •well-known Syrian missionary, has decided to return to Syria and to devote herself to the little children of the country to save their eyes from the diseases brought about by the climate. In preparation she is studying medicine little thing, and did not dare to cry her wares, as the noisy street boys were doing all about her; but the way she looked up with her troubled, pleading eyes was enough to melt a man's heart I slipped a dollar into her hand, and took one of the papers, sayin"-: 'Never mind the change, little woman. I am in too much of a hurry to wait for it.' I shall never forget the way she looked at me, as I turned away. ''Well, my friend,"' said I. "if you don't know why you are happy to-night I do." And as I shook his kind and sr.id good-by I think from the smile in his eyes that he began to suspect what the secret of true happiness is. I trust that all my readers have, a one time or another, tasted this cap of joy which follows the doing of a kind.lv deed. It is a cup which you can drain to the last clear, sparkling drop, and never find a dreg at the bottom of it It is a cup which you can hold up in the sunlight-and never' see a speck floating there, or a stain clouding its crvstal purity. Some joys leave a bitter taste behind them. Others, which we thought, before they touched our lips, would" 1 be sweet as nectar of the gods, prove flavorless and palling to the taste: others burn us like liquid fire, and in our anguish we dash the cup from us, crving out that we will never dip it in pleasure's fount again. But there is one jov which is sweeter than anything we ever dreamed of, and which leaves nothinq- but sweetness behind, it. It is the joy_of doing good, the joy of trvin"- "o help others to bear their burdens and their troubles V.'htn-ver vou have not found the long-sought secret of bringing Heaven down to earth. Try it, and you will be rid of those pangs of self-reproach, those anxious longings after something that is better, more blessed and abiding than anything you have found hitherto. Try it, in Christ's name, and you will know what it is to wake every morning with a song of joy in^your heart, and lie down every night with a. hymn of peace.—James Buckham, LL. D., in N. Y. Observer. Wasted Pity. ^The world wastes a great amount of pity by bestowing it upon the duty- bound, burdened, self-denying Christian, contrasting his life with their own free, jolly, rollicking, good time. Such a life may be jolly and rollicking, but it is by no means free nor is it a °good time. Every such colt is only gamboling with a loose halter and a long rope, but Satan is at the other end of it and will shorten it up by and by and harness us to dirty work. He sent a dashing, free-hand'ed young prodigal to feed swine. He found his troubles in the far-off land—and that he ran away from excellence and blessing when he turned away from a home of narrowness and restraints which only kept him in the way of righteousness. Freedom, the only freedom which is valuable to a man, is deliverance from evil and wrong by the most positive binding of every power of heart and mind into service to that which is good and right. The yoke of Jesus Christ leads into the largest freedom and the richest personal experiences.—Christian Inauirer. DYSPEPSIfl Sick headiiphe. foolsioroac-li. WiiouKies? will he avoided ,-is the rood that is «nen coimibiUes its nourishing properties for the support of tlii»na£ uriU vv,-ist ufilie body. Price 25t UJ -^enat. ^-"Observe the following symptoms resnIHnp Irouj disorder of the digestive Organs- ^ . in toeWScidS?ortlf ^' ^P 888k tlle t)lootf in me uedu, dClclH) 01. tJieStoniiich, rKIUfeLL, hear!stomach, sour eructation, sliiklnr or"UutWln* ' 11 the pit or the stomach, swimming of tUejtauT hurried, or difl'cult bj-rotlilug, Entering o" the- A few doses or Endways Plils will tree Irora all above-named djiorders. Price 26 cents per box. Sold by all Drogftats bend a letter stamp to Dg. HAD WAT S CO., Jvo. si Warren street, New Yor.k. inlonnatlon wortli thousands will be sent to you. TO TEE PUBLIC. Be sure ami ask for HAD WAY'S and see that the ottme "BADWAY" Is on what rou bny; TABLE TRAIBS M GARSYIXO PASSESOEflS LEW? LOGAWSPORT itretch. forth helping you. seek nothing for yours-'f in return, God fills your han:;s with treasures of joy. Science tells you that rou can not grasp the sunlight, bat love says you can: A s often as you put your hand beneath .another's burden.'vou lay hold of this golden, snaljg-ht of hVr>- A Blessed Man. ^Blessed is the man. that sticks to the piace he has until the Lord leads him into a better one. Xo doubt there arc difficulties r.nd drawbacks—opposes and hardships. They that dig to'much purpose must bend their backs and get their hands and garments stained with the clay. If we reach any depth we must pierce the .solid rock" We must not mind the toil and stain. He that succeeds must stick to his work.—Cumberland Presbyterian. Atlantic Exr'jvi's. dally " 134 p m Ac tfKinodailoi) f rt., except Sunday.'. ?££ r, ts GEMS OF THOUGHT. Does —God has a rig-fat to govern roa. He do it?—Ram's Horn. —it is better to make the most of a good opportunity than to "make the best of it" when the opportunity has been lost.—United Presbyterian. —Some Christians serve God so tremendously on Sunday that thev are cross and crabbed all the week. Coin"too many things on Sunday, thev do nothing well all the rest of the wee'k.—• Talmag-e, in Ladies' Home Journal Believing- God's word gives peace. The man who believes that the bank is safe does not get no before daylight and stand in line waiting- for a'chance to draw out his deposit He goes ri^ht- along- as csnal. and. draws a check whenever he -wants money. Eam's Horn. —•'Seek and ye shall find." is a nni- -versai lav.-. We acquire bv effort, Dreamers are failures. The idle are nn- ii«JEx..<!al!5- EAST aauau. Aecu:noil2!lor,,Lea-ve, ex«">t Sc Aaeoraoclntlcn, Leave " " •H'JffiT 20CKD. Accomoaation. arrive, except Sundir Accomo<!;itlOK. arrive. •• •• " f~'f^ T' • .. .10-33 p .> — *•:« a in sii....» 1.05am » 2.(«am Irown Point and Chicago • 3.1ft a m 1240 jun SIchmoDdsnd Cincinnati....f 5.«am TllJBpm ' Crovra Point and Ctlcago......i 6.J5 a m fU.30am .. , • — Cotomr-ns iichmornl and .20 p m . — * ).2fi j> ra 1.45 PC; . i.<ik-MaiJ-i -j-.ti '•itr.iijnrc:!.. 2.16 P U) ' I "so ?in t;: [i Jfi . i^» --•£•»*» w*-»v** k^^kW- i-J -*fc.U*W.J> Aii^ J J. A tTU. 1 1^1 SlVi l_>^^^^ f^ f* > and String- herself to "be an eye ana ear "OOD'S SarsapariDa, of Scrofbfe, jiiness. Try it. aad see if this is not so. j successful. Tfce treasures of wisdom """ """" =^=g=g I and knowledge, of, wealth and power, IMO OTHER Sarsaparilla Las ef. " " • » f^*=^ *nr.\, remarkable cores ,~ fecteti specialist not care for ihem. They come to thoie who prize them and work for them. ^ fixed purpose and resolute effort will al JKJngf abandant . aeogEss oy THB DEvei.OfMc/rr of* run MEMORY

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