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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 13, 1896
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ONE IN EVERY FOUR, PATRIOTIC CHURCHMAN. Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature; o£ the many physical ills, which vanish before proper cf- forts-i-gentlo efforts—pleasant efforts— rip-htly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms cf •Icltness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated conation of the system, which the pleasure family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedv with millionsof families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its benoilcial effects arc duo to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitates the OTjrans on which it acts. It is therefore mil important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when yon purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is"manufactured by too California Fife Svriip Co. only and sold by •11 reputable druggists. Jl in the enjoyment of good health, •nd the system 'is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. 11 afflicted with any actual disease one may be commended to the most skillful .physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and wrth the well-informed everywhere, Syrup ot Jigs stands highest and is most largely *aed and "i ves most general satisfaction. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route-New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. The mperlor accommodations glvec the great number of patrons of the above train during the past tourist season, warrants this announcement of plans for nest season of finer service with equipment superior to anything yet known In transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-inauguration of "BTJNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset Route" In connection with the "Queen .and Crescent Route" are running tub only line of through tourist Pullman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and Ban Francisco. These excursions are specially conducted, and the object is to enable those Who do not care to buy the first-class round trip or one way tickets, to enjoy a comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at the Very low second-class rate. For further Information, address W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Act. 8. P. Co., Cincinnati, 0. W. G. NEIMYER, G. W. Agt. S. P. Bo., Chicago. 111. K. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Apt. S. F Co:, New Orleans, La, CurlmiH luHcrlptton Seen on ft Tombstone In uu EuKllHh Qravnyurrt. The follo-wiug curious inscription to the memory oi 1 George Itoutleigh, a wutcbir.r.ker by trade, occurs in the churchyard "t Lydford, Devon: "Here lies, in' horizon tul position, the outside case of George Kutlcigh, whose abiding in that line was an honor to his profession. Integrity was his mainspring, and prudence the regulator of all the notions of his life. llmnaiio, generous and liberal, Jiis hand never stopped till he had relieved distress. Sincerely regular were his motions. He never went wrong except when set agoing by people who did not. know his key. Even then he wiis easily set right again. lie h;ul the art of disposing of his time so wu!l that his hours glided in one continual round of pleasure and delight till an up lucky minute put an end to his, existence. He departed this life, November, 1302, wound up in hope of be- ins; taken in hand by his Maker and of being thoroughly cleaned, repaired and set agoing in the world 1C eoiuc." SiinUun for Ivvlund. lcc-lac:l lias from time immemorial enjoyed a Klvanfjxs immunity from reptiles'. This swum to have grated upon the nerves of wvo Carman .-iKturalists, who, i-mutau'd by the srxnc spirit which induced the Chifiiir* contractor to send in a a oiVrr to the town council of the I:;i.lU;n city of Pisa to straighten the Ica.-.IVig iLUVL'i- \vhicli is the principal at- triiol.'.on of tOio place, arc now devoting fheir I'l-.orgies to introducing reptiles ir.to Iwiand. They have already ex- [:cri::-.ent^l \vitji frogs, both Danish ami ik'rtissian. and us the pioneer serv- ict- o! 1 these humble handmaids of the biologist has pi-ovod successful, a cargo 01' able-bodied snakes is about to be dumped on the island, unless King Christ-inn seen lit to resist this alto- "vl.hfr novel form of German invasion. Due Fursou la Every Four Sutlers . From. Piles. About one person in every four suffers from same form of rectal disease. The most common and annoying Is itch-' IDS pH&i 'i'tulicjU'Cd by warmth, slight moisture and intense, uncontrollable! itching in tilic pants affected. The usual treatment has been some simple; oiiumwnt or salve which some- tkiiies give temporary relief, but nothing like a permanent cure can be expected from such supwtidal treatment. The oaly permanent cure for itching piles yet discovered is the Pyramid PUb Cure, not only for itching piles, but for even- other form of piles, blind, bleeding or protruding. The tirst application gives Instant'relief aixlthecou- 1-inued "use for a short time causes a permanent removal ot the tamers oi' the small parasites width cause the intense inching ami discomfort, oC itching piles. Many physicl:riis for a l&ag ni.iue supposed that'the mnarfcable relief afforded by i-he Pyramid 1'Ue Cure was because iit was suppose- 1 to contain cocaine, opium or simiJ:ir drugs, but such is not tlic case. A recent careful analysis of the remedy*"wed it to be absolutely free -from cocaine, opium, or In fact fuiy poisonous, injurious drugs whatever. Sold by druggists at r.O centis per package. Graham & Morton .TRANSPORTATION CO. .TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing until about Sept. 30th the steamers of this line will make two trips each way 'dally between St. Joseph and Chicago, on the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4;SO p. m. and 10:30 p. m., daily, Including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 11:30 p. m., daily, Including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at S a. m., nnd leave .Chicago at 2 p. m. Banning time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St. Joseph Monday, Wednesday »nd Friday evenings. The equipment of this line Includes the side wheel steamers City of Chicago and City of Milwaukee (the largest and finest west of Detroit), and the newly rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with all Vandalla trains. Tickets on sale at nil Vandalia Line stations. Chicago dock foot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pros., Benton Harbor, Mich. THE FABLED GIANT, ATLAS, Was s>id to -have supported the world upon his shoulders. If so, he must have been a decidedly muscular individual. We can't all be muscular, but we caai enjoy a fair modicum of physical vigor if, when that blessing is dc- u'tod us by nature, we supplement her deficit by an appeal to the national tonic, EDostctter's Stomach Bitters, which reinstates digestion upon a permanent basis, remedies .nervousness, biliousness nnd constipation, and overcomes rheumatism and kidney troubles. It also counteracts tlic poison of malaria to air or water, aud recruits exhausted energy when Impaired by unusual bodily or mental .fatigue. The U"od, infirm amd convalescent have no more potent and thorough helper than this justly popular invlgoram, with a successful record of nearly half a century. The timber wealth-'• of the United States gives a yearly product of over a billion dollars, or more than twJce the value of the entire output of all the minus. Yet iiowliere on earth is the wealth, of the forests wasted more wantonly rhan in this country- TWO LIVES SAVED. Mrs. Plwcbe Tliomas, o°. Juuciion City, lil., was told by her dolors she had consumed! and tlm.t theie vus uo hope Cor IKT, but two bottles Di' Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her tlffc. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 130 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tried everything else tlien bought one bottle o£ Dr. ICtag's New Discovery and In two weeks was cured. He is iwiurally thankful It Is such results, of which these arc samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy . of tbls medicine in eoughs and colds. Free trial bottles 1 nt B. F. Kcesling's drug store. Regular size OOc and ?1.00. •V. man who crossed the Cascade mountains, Oregon., by the military route, March 20 last and May 1 found 11 f teen foot of snow on the first trip and twenty feet on the second, ami May 1 it was still snowing. Compressed air is now used lo run street railways, mine coal and gold, dig canals, oponH.o block signals, ca-rry mil In tubes, propel locomotives, oper- te canal locks, raise sunken vessels, et as a refrigerator shoot dynamite, heor steep, dust tfirpo'ts, clear cars. •tin docks, padnt buildings, dump cars, itx chemicals and carve stone. Young mothers dread the summer months on account of the great mortal Ity among children caused by bowel troubles. Perfect safety may be assured those who keep on band DeWitt's Colic and Cholera cure, and administer it promptly. For cramps, bilious colic, dysentery and diarrhoea, It affords Instant relief .-J. M. Johnston At 'a recent meeting of police chiefs the California, representative remarked that lu Ms State poker is not classed w* gambling because Jt'is con sklored a scientific game. • A little 111, then a little pill. The 111 has gone,, th'e'plll has won. DeWitt's Little Barly Risers the little pills that cure great Ills. 'John M. Johnston. Children Cry for •ntcher'8 Caetorla. Did you ever think how readily the blood Is poisoned by constipation? Bad blood means bad health, and premature old age. DeWitfs Little Early Risers the famous little pills, overcome obstin ate constipation.-!. M. Johnston. Subscribe for the Journal, 40 centi per month. When Baby won sick, wo j-nvo.her Castoriu. When she was n Child, she crM "or Cnstortai Thee the bee-nine Mist, Bhn cluug to Castoria. had Cliildrwa, nbr irnvetlioni Castorta OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine to emulate the bowels and kidneys will 2nd the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and •ontatas no whdsk&y nor other intoxi nut, but acts as a tonic and alterative. t acts mildly on the stomach and _svels, adding strength, and giving one to the organs, -thereby aiding I -nre in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent ppetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it just exactly what they need. Price fifty cents and $1.00 pei >otjkle at B. F. Keeslfng's drug store. .Senator John Beard, o,f Alamoda county, Caliifornia. Ion years' ago darrted an acre in locust trees. Last •oar ho sold all the trees tliereon mcus- irlug six inches in diameter to a sea aptain foi-shiip -timber aud made $C4S )y,-tlue transaction, b<sides cutting thlr- cords of wood for use. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world :oi cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,.fever sores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions and posl tlvely cures piles or no pay required It Is guaranteed to give perfect satls^ faction or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by B. F Keesling. Jlev. C. C. MtCi.bc, Who HIM Ju«t D«n No man in the entire range, of the MothodUst iniiiiitry presents a chur- uctcr fuller of color than liev. Dr. C. 3. McOube, whojn the prcat nonferfijice it Olevelnnd has invcistud with the episcopacy. Tiiut he was to be, a bishop every' one cf his brothers believed, nnd Methodists will be well satisfied with the decision of thi? ojnfcrenc*. He is now rounding his COtfi yeiir, and is a- nat.ive of Ohio. Iu l^GO Jiewus a minister, and wishing 1 t-o toJte the part of a pa.triot-chu'rclimnn.'bc bixsime the cbuplajni or an Ohio regiment and ma.rohod to the war with his fellow-citizens. It wns ot. Winchester that he was shot and captured by the enemy. NEW ZEALAND BRIDGE. Some Peculiar Feature* t,i Ranch 'Lire In the Antipodal. The -picture represents an everyday scene on the sheep farm of Mr. J. Whiteman, ou the Wnngaehu river, North Island, New Zealand. The cage in which tin? young lady and her dog are setting forth.to make an afternoon caJI is the only means of reaching and leaving the homestead, except by fording the river on horseback. The water is deep in midstream, rapid, and strongly impregnated with sulphur, its source being in the crater of Iluapehu. After rains, when a "fresh" comes down, the atmosphere of the valley is strongly 'retainfsccnt of Sodom and Gomorrah. The cago ropes are manipulated by the BISHOP M'CABB. only to be scut to Libhy prison, where, after four mouths' captivity, he was let ,70. He rejoi "ed bis regiment; which was then at'Bnuidy Station, but hia health had faiW, and he. was scot to the hospiitnl. He continued his work as a speaker for the Christian commission in many cities ol the country, and returned to "the ministry when the war wits at, an end. llu was now sent, to Portsmouth, 0., where he improved his opportunities by building a handsome church. Later ho took up church extension work, and traveled for 1C years in that cause. As socrcta-ry of the mission board Ms work was uoUiing short of marvelous. He had im absolute g-0-niu.s for collecbirig money for missionary purposes, anil was sent back to his labors in that field in 1SS4, and still holds that post.. He predicted when first he entered the missionary service that the Methodists should have $1,000,000 for missions. His prophecy'is now a fact. In four years he raised a debt of $40,000 from the Metropolitan church in Washington. He is an. earnest, zealous, virile man, light-hearted as a child and gentle as a woman. GIRL HORSE TAMER. Why the People ot Oklahoma Arc Proud of Jc«8ie Findley. Jessie Findley, a 17-year-old Oklahoma girl, is recognized us tho champion woman horse-breaker of the west, and it is safe to say that there are not many eastern girls who can approach her record. She has lived a life of outdoor adventure and her experience in breaking and training 1 horses has taught her that sho need not fear the wildest broncho. On. one occasion she rode 250 miles in five days, which was sufficient to exhaust the men who accompanied her. At another time sh« plunged into the Xorth Canadian with Evangelist D. T. Bla(k, Peoria. Illinois. The niinoawt of loss suffered by coal from exposure -to the weather is con- sidera-ble—far greaitur indeed, than is generally known. The results of recent analysis show in sonic cases a total loss n weight from Uils cause a-mountlns 10 33.0S' per cent., while the dcterorat!o:i ou quality 1'or purposes ol' fuel or gas uiakins renchcd a still Mslier figure. One Minute IB the standard time, and One Minute CcMgb Cur* is the standard preparation for er«ry form of cough or cold. It Is the only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results.—,T. M. Johnston. HALF RATES TO SAN FRANCISCO On June 15, 1C, 23 nnd 24, 1890, the North-Western Lime (Chicago & North- Western Railway), the famous ^'California In 3 days" Route, will sell excursion tickets to Snn Francisco and return at half rates, one fare for the round trip, good returning GO days from date of sale. For full Information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address A. H. Waggener, T. P. A., T Jackson place, Indianapolis, Ind. Eczema is a frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases It can be permanently cured by applications of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never falls to cure Plles.-J. M. Johnston. The army of .sportsmen W'liich Lave invaded tlie i Ma.mcLikei!Oounfcry this season is said to. be so large that there are not guides enough to go around, nnd the •angleus wlto 'have visited the lakes be fore have- to plriy guiae for their less acquainted brethren c-f! the rod and reel. A NEW ZEALAND BRIDGE. passong'-:- herself. To a stranger, the sens.-i.tiou in crossing t.he swiftly rush- ins waters in the rocking conveyance is a little nerve trying, especially when the fragile machine suddenly sticks in the middle, as sometimes happens, nnd refuses to budge cither bockwards or forwards. All the station u-ool is >"vu;ig across the river by the same means, nnd is then conveyed in wagons over some SO, miles of ro.nd cut out of sheer precipices. On the cleared land llic sheep feed to apparently inaccessible heights. The untouched virgin bush is densely crowded with tall fern trees, and other mountain foliage of great beauty. The scenery is grand and wild in the extreme. The settlers, in the winter, are frequently blacked In for weeks with heavy earth- ships. These fall from the cliffs on to the road—the only means of access to this remote but most picturesque region. BURIALS IN MEXICO. The Poor Arc Borne to tho Grav» by • Human Hearse. The simplest yet most extraordinary way of transporting a corpse to th? grave is that which prevails among the very poor in Mexico. In many old world countries it has been the custom to carry the' dead to burial on the shoulders of six or eight bearers. In. the United States and modern Europe, where city streets are usually wide enough for wheeled vehicles, hearses are the rule. Along the banks of some Saybrook, IU.. Feb. 19, ISM. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sirs: While at Cerro Gordo, 111, In my revival wprk, 1 purchased a bottle of your Syrup Pepsin. I regard it as most excellent I cannot get rt here in Saybrook. Is it on sale lu Peoria, 111. If so, at what store? If not ou sale there, if you will send me a dollar bottle there this week I will promptly remit. I will be home this week. Address Itov. P. T. Black. 1005 Stare St.. reoria. 111. Yours truly D. T. BLACK. For salfi by B. F. Keo.sling. 5 oc Bottle, FREE! ..OF- OfJR'" The following experiment is Koitb tnirjK: Pur- cbase a bottle of Four • C" (Coogb, Cold and Croup Cme) at ray store, dilute say 14 of ItwKU two parts of syrnp As reduced lljou don't find It the most satisfactory remedy for Coushs ana Colds joo ever used It sliall cost roa nothing. Our aim Is to convince the public of the true merits ol this wandsrful if medy. TUT IT on the above conditions. When taken not reduced 4 C Is guar- aateexl to give perfect satls'nctlon in Asthma, Cronp. Bronchitis, Grippe and all lung or bront cal troubles. B. E. XCESL1NG. ACITE LABYXG1T1S. Chicago, Se:t 2oth, 1895. For years back each Rimer I have sttfered with acute Laryngitis. Last winter was so bad I coma not leave my ro ;m lor two weeks or (peak above a whisper. I tried every known cough preparation from cough drops up and down ttlthnore- Met, then In desperation I was Induced to try Pbelps' Four "C," Tbe first dose relieved my cough, giving me the first night's rest for weeks. Half tbe boitle cured me. I have never been without this wondeiful remedy since, It Is as different Irom othar like remedies as molasses from vinegar and sugar Irom »and. lire. Joseph E. (jrubb. 5313 Madison Avenue. OKLAHOMA'S GIRL HORSE TAMER. her pony when it was running bank full, and not t.he most ambitious of her male companions dared followhcr. Y.cry few bucking- ponies have ever succeeded in getting the better of Jessie Findley. She knows as if by instinct what triclcs the fractious beasts are about to execute and she is more than a match for any of them. Horses that have remained persistently wild under ordinary management invariably yield to her peculiarly magical methods. In spite of her boyish, training Miss Findley retains her very feminine air, and curls her hair nnd wears frills at her neck precisely like any other young girl of the same 050. HALF KATES TO MILWAUKEE. On account of the International Convention of the B. Y. P. U,, the Xfivtli- Westorn Line will, from .Tilly .13 to 18, 1SOC, inclusive, sell excursion tickets to Milwaukee and return at one fare for the round trip. Thfi Chicago .t North-Western R'y Is the "Lake Shore" Route between Chicago and Milwaukee and makes the run between the'two cities in less than two hours. For full infonnaton apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address A. H. \Viig- gener, T. P. A., 7 Jackson place, Indianapolis, Ind. A HUMAN HEARSE. of the Chinese rivers the coffin is carried to the Irust resting- place in a boat. When an Indian or very poor Mexican dies iu Mexico, and his relatives are unable to pay for an undertaker and a funeral, one o£ the city coffin-bearers is sent for and the body placed in his curiously shaped-box. A cord, which lie keeps from cutting into his skin by padding his neck and shoulders with i-ngs, is fastened to the two lower legs of the box aud keeps it in place on his back- When he stops for rest he lets the coffin stand on these legs. _ _ _ Rnt* In Mammoth Cove. In the mammoth cave of Kentucky are found blind rats which have large and lustrous eyes. When exposed for n mouth or so to a mild light, they acquire 'a dim perception of objects. The cave rat is the same, color as the domestic variety, but its body is very long, like that of a weasel; its whiskers are longer, nnd its ears arc nearly twice as big. It would bciiitercsticgto breed a few generations of blind animals from the caves, and sec if their descendants would revert to the original forms thai; had eyes. A NO CURE. wo MUSTACHE, WO PAY. NO PAY. DANDRUFF CURED. 1 will take Contract* to gcmi hair on the ne«C wfacowlh tbosa who can c«ll « By o™"^ ™ SSofficc of my »Ren«, provided fhehe»li« not cJossy, or the pores of the scalp note oacd. wL-rethe Iirad Bshinj or Ibo pores clcso^ - -snocae. Call and be examined free tu cannot cill, writo to me. _ S*i» 4sk yeni 4TJKUV. W. «»»«!i»»»*~——• ^^ 2 B. l*ih 31. cor. Etl: Avo., Me* Y«* In the Spring a young man's fancy lightly turns. to thoughts of— DeWltt'a Little Early IUser9, for they always cleanse tbe liver, purify the blood, and Invigorate the system.— J. M. Johnston. Children Cry for Pitcher's Caftorl*v SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES For Lome-seekers and others desirous oC changing their locations are offered in the great States of Wisconsin, Towa, Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska. Fertile and productive land is for sale on the most reasonable terms, and there "are many openings for all classes of business men, particularly farmers and dlarymen. Those interested will be furnished full Information, free of charge, upon application to W. B. Knls- kern, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. nd-Xen* Clock. HerrA. Noil, of BerJingen, Germany, has invented a clock that will run 10,000 years without being wound up after it. js once set going. It is also provided with, hands which will correctly point to all the, changes of the moon, days of tic week, month, etc., from now until the end of the year ll.SOC A. D. Brooklyn Bridge J One. of the interesting sights to be seen from Brooklyn bridge on a fair afteruoon just alter sunset these days is a nighthjiwk or two flying about near the bridge. The nighthawks feed on. the insects, and birds seen about the bridge are hunting their prey. ' : Whm MMk Slionld Not Bo Taken. Milk should not be taken after a hearty meal. At that time it encounters a large quantity of hydrochloric acid and is almost instantly curdled hrto hard masses difficult of digestion. The Pathlight , m,TT-r finely finished' Bicycle Lamp, jolt »ud cyclone proof. i ) ) 5 J ™»SiriwiiJiiKJ<'>-f»"-:' li: ^' lL1 « t *i | THE PiACi' & TEKRV MFS. CO., ' £4'' C( n'.ro St., Hew York. ' Manhood Rggggj; KcmcdjMUBOld with* . \vriltcrt B"J 1 J B ^ tec w euro ail Norr- 11C ijlpcii^. "£j|kSS In I'owor. Head- Los?'M.iTiJi n ood. NerT- OHBHC!*. /trppfty f Km(*>ionfi,Varlcoc<Me» , rv ,,.r..n...~ — Luinltuflo, nil dvain« Kjotopapbcd from Hit. and joss of \wvr of OH, Gcncvnt,™ Onr.«. ~«£jg.?£Jo?!SS SsS^^fcSfc B!K * ir a Tion-pobDixV* j 51«it. <3porm»torrftefSi Fb'.*a. unnator-.V dl» ,fon. • irritation or ulcortt tion of tn 11 c o a 8 mottr mt in plain by oiproH. propttiil. for I .OO, or 3 bol.tlo«,..«J,75. [ noot 011 rnoamt- #.

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