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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, February 13, 1891
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Dally Journal. FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 13. Beecham's Pills cures sick head, ache. . A 6t For rent, several desirable houses Apply to'C. E Hale. nov4dtf M. J. Bligh, No. S05 Market street is the sole agent for Schlitz' celebrated Milwaukee bottled beer' for family: use. jahSSdltrib. SHILOH'S CDBE will immediately relieve croup, whooping- cough and bronchitis. Sold by B. F. Kees. ling; _ ' . 8 THAT HACKING COUGH can be, BO quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F.' Keesling ' ! SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's.Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by B._F^ Keesling. 2 WHY "WILL voo cough when Shiloh's Cure will, give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. F. KeeslLng. 7 Short breath, palpitation, pain in chest, weak or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. MileB 1 New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keesling's (5) Plot of "Tlie Kliig-'x ;Pool. "The King's Fool." Ihe romantic opera by Adolph Mueller lo he presented at Dolan's this evening by Conried's Comic Opera Company was originally produced in 1SJ6 in Vienna. 'Its bright tuneful .music caught the public ear and. taste, and the opera won immediate success This music partakes of the airy, rippling Gallac character, and of the fervid rhythmatic German style about equally. The Viennese public was delighted with it. The Emperor ordered the new opera especially performed in his Court Theatre at Ischel, the royal summer resort. The opera seemed to charm his Majesty, and • he at once freely and heartily endorsed it. This tended to increase the public craze that had alieady been excited by the opera, and in the two years that elapsed between its initial production in Vienna and its first performance in America, it ran without interruption and with constantly increasing popularity at over thirty-five, of the principal theatres of the German Empire. Mr. Conned saw the opera in 'Vienna and his experienced operatic eye and ear quickly detected the beauty, and worth of "The King's Fool," and: procured the American and Canadian rights, also the original manuscript, costumes, plates and score. He translated the libretto, rewrote and Americanized it. He had sole charge of its preparation and production in Ameri-: ca, and to his efforts and experienced direction the success of the opera is- due. . . The plot of "The King's Fool,", hinges on the identity of a young prince. There is a rightful heir to the throne, as to whose whereabouts there is considerable doubts, and two parties, the military and the civilian.. Both of them wish to oust the half- witted usurper but neither of then! know where and whom the real heir is. The latter has been put in girl's clothes and his sex concealed from everybody, the better to guard him- against the murderous intentions of his uncle the tyrant Philip. The real facts in his case are known to Coris-. anda alone, a court lady,. with whose daughter Felisa,the boy prince Julius, has been educated ever since babyhood; and the only proof of identity the prince has, is a golden chain, with the star of Navarre attached to it. This chain, 'though he has, unwittingly of its significance, given to his playmate Felisa. The day comes when both parties rebel against the rule of King Philip: The military party, at whose head is Rivarol, a nobleman, makes an attack on the castle wherein prince Julius, (in disguise) Felisa, and a number of the King's neices are residing. They forcibly take it and seize both Felisa and the Prince. They are unable to decide the question of identity as the chain of Navarre is found in the possession of Felisa. Corisanda is to decide. She, with a mother's partiality decides in favor of her own daughter. Then the supposed pretender. Prince Julius, is to he put to death. Bat he is saved in the nick of time by Felisa, ' who i» secretly in love witl^the Prince, and who by assuming for his benefit the royal honors and power forced upon her, orders his release. At last the real sex and the manly courage of Prince Julius are discovered and allowed .to assert themselves, and the usurper, is dethroned and :Felisa weds with her royal love and becomes Queen. The scenes are laid in Spain, and are-presented in three acts. Tl»e Gaiety Girl* Coming. . The latest New York hit, the Carmencita dance, holds a prominent place on the bill. Connie Leslie,-Ella. Roderiguez, Vede Henshaw, Pauline Scott, Louise Montrose, Nellie Russell, Josie L6ve,, Misses Thorn, Mar'i shall, Fancher and Sandel, and Fred Moris, and others, .are on a long list of burlesque celebrities. The costumes are beautiful, and all the stage drawings and ornaments are the finest •obtainable. Tho funny burlesque, 'Mercedes" finishes the bill. It introduces the entire company in different parts assigned, them. The music is exceptionally catchy, and the comedy worked in it is funny on the farcical order. The patrons of Dolan's opera- house can prepare to see a bang-up show next Monday evening the date of the engagement of the London Gaiety Girls here. Our dear little daughter was terribly sick, Her bowels were bloated a» hard as a brick, We feared she would die Till we .happened to try PiereeVPeilets—they cured her, re- remarkably quick. ,, Never be without Pie-ce's.Pellets in the -house.. They are gentle and effective in action and give immediate relief in cases of indigestion, biliousness and constipation. They do their work thoroughly and leave no bad effects. Smallest, cheapest, easiest to take. One a dose. Best Liver Pill made, RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. I turn* from the Note-Boole of Oar ICailwuy Reporter—Points Per- Monal and Otherwise. A general officer of the Lake Erie £ Western last evening said that if the reports of the last few days were true and he was inclined to believe they were, it meant that the general offices of the Lake Erie & Western would be removed to Chicago, and Indianapolis would become simply a division point. For years it has been the opinion of General Manager Bradbury and Traffic Manager Parker that their line would never reach the importance it should until they operated a road out of Chicago to connect with the Lake Erie & Western; this they would now have. He added that if this deal is perfected Indianapolis is likely to profit in other directions, as the Lake Erie & Western people will doubtless build a road which, would make a short and direct line between Indianapolis and Fort • Wayne, and one would naturally think that the Pennsylvania company would build an independent line between Indianapolis and its Chicago division, connecting with it either at Kokomo or at some point between Kokomo and Logansport.—Indianapolis Journal. Though the employes of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg have received no answer as yet to their petition for a rearrangement of the wage scale and the adjustment of cer tain grievances, it has not been due to a disregard of their petition on the part of the officials. In the four petitions on the north western system there are different counts to be considered, reaching as high as thirty-five in one petition, while on the southwest system the several changes asked require a great deal of time in their consideration. The things petitioned for would make a difference of over $70,000 a month, or nearly $900,000 a year in the paj roll of the west lines, so that such a radical change can not be undertaken quickly. It has been intimated that the men will not be given an answer for several weeks, but this is untrue, as a reply will be given by the officials-of the company before this month is over.—Fort Wayne Sentinel. ' * •• "Couldn't Come It on Him." Delphi Journal: Mr. John Skinner, of Logansport, is the gentleman who has the telephone line in charge that leads from Delphi to Logansport. Whenever he goes out on the line to do any repairing he takes an instrument with him and he can cut in at any point and talk with the office at Logansport or elsewhere oh the line. Sometime ago the line' broke near this city, and Mr. Skinner came down to repair it. He fastened the wire to the instrument and was sitting on the ground talking with Logaasport when one of Carroll county's honest farmers came driving along. He pulled up his horses and inquired: "What are you doing there?" •••Talking with Logansport," replied Mr. Skinner." "res,' you are," banteringly responded the honest yeoman. '"That is just what I'm doing. Hitch your team, come over and I'll let you talk, and you can hear for yourself," Mr. Skinner replied, anx- ious'to satisfy the skeptical inquirer. '•No you don't; you don't come-any of your lightin' rod or three-card monkey racket on me," shouted the. farmer as he larruped up .his team and ranidly disappeared" from the scene. . • " ' And now the joke is on Skinner. • A Good Record. Monticello Herald: H. C. Linville, of Logansport, has been visiting, friends here during the past week. He is one of Monticello's sons whose record brings no discredit to the town. It is seventeen years since he went from here to Logansport, and in all that time he has only been out of employment three months. For the last twelve years, during which he has been in the employ; of the Wabash railway company, .rirst as cashier of the freight office and later as freight agent of the west side, he has never lost a day's pay. The company appreciates ^his faithfulness and it is. no fault of theirs that he does not hold a higher, .position in the- service, his own attachment to home and friends having caused him to refuse several promotions which •would-have .yielded; him more comfort and better pay'but would have taken Mm away ;from .Logansport. Clay is one of the boys that "will do to tie to" 365 days,in the year.' ; Beware of Olntnients tor Catarrli that Contain .Mercury, •as mercury.w'll surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering!t ttirougVthe 'mucous* surfaces. Such articles should never be used except oa- prescriptions from reputable physicians, 'as the damage they will do Is ten lold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.'Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. contains no mercury, and_ Is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you gat the genuine, 'it Is taken internally, and made In Toledo, Ohio, byF. J. Cheney & Co. IS-Sold by Druggists, pride 75c. per bottle. DOGS HAVE A LANGUAGE. A Cur.ous ijwtMiifB of Ciuiliir .Sagacity H*. lutoclByan-Oligervrr. A correspondent writes in rcferenca to some recent article on,do£'s: It is proof to me that the animal kingdom has a language of its own, or some means of articulation among themselves, not understood by man. To more fully illustrate my candid belief, I will relate an instance of animal sagacity which came to my personal olv BervatioQ a few years ago. At the Box Hotel in Crool;ston, Minn., some six years ago, my attention was more than once called to two dogs that were allowed to loiter about the hotel office. These dogs were the greatest of friends: in fact, so "chummy" a.s to call forth admiration from the various hotel g-uests. One afternoon one of the clogs which had been h asking in the sun on the floor of the office suddenly gave a bound and started for the door. I immediately stepped to the door and opened it and the dog 1 passed out, going in the direction of the, Manitoba Depot where' I observed some ten or twenty other dogs holding 1 a pow-wow. Then I closed the door and resumed my seat. Immediately 1 heard a terrible commotion in the direction in which the dog had gone. vStepping in the cloor, I observed that a full fledged^dog 1 fight had begun. Arriving at the scene of the battle I found that my clog friend of a" few mirmtes previous was the under brute in a big fracas. • lie was howling with pain, while a big Newfoundland dog stood over him making the fur fly. A blow on the canine's cranium from a ball club in the hands of a small urchin who stood hard, by soon put a stop to the Newfoundland's ferocity. The undf* brute started for home pell mell, and when I arrived at the hotel I found the poor brute *t the office door bleeding and bruised and' awaiting ingress. I opened the door and pissed into the office, the dog following me. Lying on-the floor in close proximity to the office stove reposed the sleeping carcass of my little bested friend's companion. He was a large brute of the mongrel species—a cross between" a bull dog and a mastiff. The poor, conquered brute, upon entering, the office, • proceeded in the direction in which-his dog friend lay stretched upon the' floor, and going- up to him commenced to smell hun from head to foot. Presently the sleeping dog rose to a sitting position, and gazing at his conquered friend some two or three minutes, seem to take in the situation at once—that his dogship had bnt lately received a terrible whipping. After a little more smelling on the part of the conquered brute, both dogs started toward the door. I stepped to the door, opened it and the dogs passed out Both dogs started in the direction of the depot platform some 400 or 500 feet, south of the hotel, where they espied several dog-s, among their number being- the big" Newfoundland, the object of their vengeance. Going up to the big Newfoundland dog, my little conquered friend turned up his tail and commenced to growl, the big Newfoundland doing likewise, each dog going round and round in a circuitous route while thus parleying, the big hotel dog- in .the meantime standing hard by watching proceedings. Presently the hotel dog gave a spring and landed a good hold on, the jaw of his big opponent. Eoifi dogs reared in the air, the Newfoundland coming down the under d|)g, and the chewing he received in that fracas I suppose he never forgot, my little conquered friend nipping the big rascal from behind at every chance presenting itself. To be candid about it, the hair from the hide of that poor martyred. Newfoundland actually filled the air, and a worse whipped dog never slunk from the field of battle. After the fight was over both hotel dogs returned home, and from their aetions after their arrival there, I should judge, they never allowed the matter.to worry them to any great extent.—Kansas City Star. —The custom of throwing a slipper after a bride is said to come down from ancient times. Long before the Christian era. a defeated chief would take off his shoes and hand them to the victor to show, that .the loser of the shoes yielded •ap all authority over his . subjects. Therefore, when the family of a bride throw slippers after her they mean that they renounce all authority over her. —"I drink,"remarked a gentleman to me recently, "four or five cups of coffee daily. If 1 stop drinking coffee, I get a headache.". Another gentleman of my acquaintance, on the other hand, gets^a racking neuralgic headache.every time that he takes even a very small .quantity of coffee, and a. 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