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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 26, 1896
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FUAGS ON CHURCHES. A Cu«tOm Originated by a Clorgymnn nt Fort MnillKun, III. A recent dispatch from Sandusky, 0., stall*] that, at the dedicatory exercises of a new Congregational church in that city mi iminensu Unifed'Stiitcs flag- was flung to t.hc breeze. The dispatch further stated that this was an Innovation, and that the Sandusky church was the Gladness Comes W ith a. better understanding of the transient nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts —gentle efforts—pleasant efforts— rightly directed. There is comfort in Ihe knowledge, that so many forms cf •fckness are not due to an.y actual dis- Mse, but simply to n constipated condition of the system, which the pleasure family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with raillionsof families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by nil who value pood health. Its beneficial effects arc duo to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal •cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore •11 important, in order to pet its bcne- flei&l effects, to note when you purchase, that yon have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by •11 reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, Mid the system is regular, laxatives or «thcr remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one m*y be commended to the most skillful fhysicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of figs stands highest a'nd is most largely tHed and gives-mostgeneral 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 •nperlor accommodations given the great Dumber of patrons of the above train during the past tourist season, .warrants thi- announcement of plans f»r next season of finer service -with •qnlpment superior to anything yet known in transcontinental traffic. Look for earl? re-inauguration of "SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset JBonte" in connection with the "Queen Md Crescent Route" are running the only line of through tourist Pullman Weepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and ten Francisco. These excursions are specially conducted, and the object Is to enable those wlw do not care to buy the first-class round trip or one way tickets, to enjoy • comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at the TCiy low second-class rate. For further Information, address W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. 8. P. •o., Cincinnati, O. W. G. NEIMYER, G. W. Agt. S. P. •a, Chicago, 111. B. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Agt. S. P. •o., New Orleans, La. REV. W. K. BERRY. only sanctuary in the union over which the FUirs and stripes would wave whenever devotional exercises are being held. The latter statement is a mistake, inasmuch as Hope church (Episcopal), Eev, W. K. Berry, rector, of Fort Madison, la., has had the stars and stripes floated over it .for some months post upon all church and natioual holidays, after the custom of the English church, which floats its colors upon ivll state occasions, anniversaries and holidays. Jlr. Berry is an enthusiastic Anglo- American, who has the keenest regard for American patriotism and the flag with in stripes. He is a graduate of King's chapel, London, and was at OUR time assistant rector of St. James, Chicago, later dean of Komper Hall, Davenport, and for three years past rector of Hope church. Fort Madison. I LIVES IN A ROCKING CHAIR. The butcher, the grocer, the stove ' dealer — every tradesman who finds it difficult to keep collars clean should wear the Fro»]>crons Chfniimiin of Oukland Who IIu» No oilier Ilomo, Oakland, Ca!., lias a tax-payer whose home is nothing in ore or less tlnih f.n antiquated rocking-chair, and who has a-stoni/fhod Mie iittfborilies by obeying an ordinance which, it was thought, would serve to end his peculiar ways if enforced. The eeceniric resident is :i Chinese named Chang Wee, and he pairs cane-seated chain; fora livelihood. Chang- Wee covers a great,deal of territory, and docs not consider it worth while to establish himself in a house. So he carries a sample chair with him upon his back, and when meal time or nighl overtakes him he plants himself down wherever .he chances to be and er.- joys a repast of rice ,md prunes or goes WAS A GRAND OLD MAN. Ex-Qov. Felon, Who Died Recently at Ann Arbor, Mich. INTERLINED and save the cojt of laundry bills. It can be cleaned as often as its owner wills, with a wet cloth or sponge. The genuine interlined collars and cuffs with a " Celluloid "suiface are all marked as above. Accept no imitations. Tf t..'ie Junior doon not ko<jn them, Hand to us ill' rcub, Col;nrH,iHta. ciioh. OUUH, 4Uc, iiair—poHtjmiU. k»tuUi rtiao ami ntylo, THE CELLULOID COMPASTY, New York. itj the boat cloftnaor for tliona food*. • He Vfnn One of the Three OMcnt I.ivln Ux-Mcmlicrii of ilio United Stale* ScQUtO—HlH rrlCUdKllIp for till) Foot I.niiKlvllow. SAPOLIO From Etjantor to Folrp, The exact distance frOBi the equator to either the north or south pole is G.OOO miles, when measured along the l.on<lon'* Population Incrcime. The population of Lor/.don increases by 70.000 Mcb year. A settiler, at. Hay, New gou'th WnK-s. reports that liu anil his sons destroyed thirty thousand rahliiis in four days, and tliiit on one occasion lie poisoned sixteen thousand in a nljthf. MARVELOUS RESULTS. From a letter written by Rev, .7. Gunderman of Dtaondale, Mich,, we arc permitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results wore almost marvelous in Hie ense of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist Church at Rirces Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding le grippe, Ten-Rile paroxysm^ of coughling would last hours wltii little interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; It was quick in its work and highly satisfactory in results." hrial bottles free at B. F. Keesling's drug store. Regular wzo OOc and ¥1.00. The ox-eye daisy bothers American farmers Is now spreading In many agricultural districts lii Australia, being introduced with hayseed. It causes damages to grass lauds. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world "01 cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever lores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. HEALTH DESTROYING VAPORS, Water impregnated with the seeds of malaria, produce Incalculable misery throughout vast portions of the North and South American continents. The most effective medicinal defence against these producers of physical mischief is Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, Wherever the groat endemics, chills and fever, bijous, remittent, dumb ague arid ague cake are prevalent, rhe Bit- lei's as alike the chosen preventive and remedy. In Mexico, Guatemala, on the Isthmus of Panama and In South America, no less than- In the United States, it has demonstrated its superlative efficacy, and lias received the commendation of the medical profession. It remedies rheumatic, kidney, and stomach ailments, nervousness and debility, and counteracts a tendency to premature decay and the troubles attendant upon advancing years. Appetite and the ability to sleep are both aided by It. Use it with persistence, as It well deserves to be used, and the trial ivill avail you much. HUDDLED UP IN HIS CHAIR. . to sleep for the night. Chang- is partial l.o highways, and many people have been pu/zlcd to see him huddled up m his chair at the side of some suburban road, calmly waiting- for i.ln: morrow. Some time ago Chang- was told that he could not occupy thestroetsatnighr, unless lie hung- out n lantern, for the law wns explicit on the point that obstructions should be indicated by lights after dusk. This did not discourage the Chinese, and he at once secured :i beacon, which he hangs from the back of his chair cow upon retiring. Chang- is a property holder and owns a lot, in partnership with another Chinese, on East Fourteenth street. Nevertheless, he considers himself too p'oor to afford a place in which lo sleep ar.il eat. He walks through A la mod a ai:d Contra Costa counties, repalringclviiry, and makes fair wages thereby. Ha has put in the past week in Oakland and will now strike outou his country beat, to be gone two months. Among- the Chinese of the city he in looked upon w'ith suspicion, for they consider his ways radically inconsistent and absurd. Nevertheless, Chang- Wea is making a good living- and savin's 1 all but. a. miti" of i)., Cotton Minn In South Carolina. Wihtin the four months just passed there have been chartered in South Carolina 35 cotton mill companies, with a capita! of SJ.OM.OOO. The death of ex-Gov. Alpheus Fclcl removed not only 0110 of Michigan's greatest IUPII, but a national character I lie ii.ssociate of Webster, Clay find CaJ- houn, and the schoolnmtc and in'Jmalu friend of Long-follow anil Nathaniel Hawthorne. Michigan's "grand old man" is the title that the people of that slate in affection and grut.itude gave to this man, whose name is written upon every page of the state's history, and upon whom the people of Michigan have bestowed all the honors in their power. As a ruemberof the state legislature, auditor, bujik commissioner, judge in the supreme court, governor and United States senator he served the people well find won for himself their reverence and affection. C,ov. Felch was born in Limerick, Me., September 88, 1806. At the age of 15 he entered Phillips (Exeter) academy,and graduated from Bowdoin college when 51. In 1830 he was admitted to the bar at Bangor, Me., and three years later he came west, settling in Monroe, Mich., where he remained ten years, when he removed to Ann Arbor, wlicrc lie lived for over 50 years. His political life began in 1SD5 when he was elected to the legislature. Serving in this body two years he was appointed bank commissioner, and in this capacity gave valuable assistance toward the destruction of what was known as ihe "wild-cat" banking system. In 3S-J2 he was elected to the -state supreme court, where he remained until elected governor in 1S46. -It was in 1S-17 that he was sent to the United States senate to represent the Kiate of Michigan in the grandest gathering of intellectual giants this country has ever known. There he was engaged in the (jreat intellectual battles in which Webster, Cloy, Colhoun and Uenton were the leaders and against the compromise slavery measures that postponed but could not prevent the civil war. Cov. First Last and all tho time Hood's SarsapariUa baa been advertised as a blood purifler. Us great cures have been accomplished through purifled blood — cures o£scrofula, salt rheum, eczema, rheumatism, neuralgia, catarrh, nervousness, that tired feeling. It cures when others Jail, because- it Always Strikes nt the root of the disease and eliminates every germ of impurity. Thousands testify to absolute cores of blood diseases by Hood's Sarsaparilla, although discouraged by the failure ot other medicines. Hembmber that Hood's SarsapariUa Is the best — in fact the One True Blood Purifier. Hood's PHlS REV. S. P. KLOT2, PASTOR O. B.. CHURCH. V1TAL1S THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. Bears are very thick In Fraukliu county, Me., this season. They nrc frequently scon by tlic natives in [lie wools and pastures of that section. tritALIS] PRODUCES '• , THE ABOVE RESULTS. (JOtli »»y. Itqulcklv nnd suroly rc-l .... . movc'i Norronsnoas. Impotoncy, I JSifhtlj' Jimlislnns, Evil Drffims, 1 "W««tln« dlsonsci) nnd all effects of neir-nhuas or MOMS nnrt InUlncroilon. Beatores Lost Vltollty, fmrer nnd Falllnj? Memory, WuTds off Insnnlty •ad connumptk>n. Cures w/)on allotlior.1 fall. InnJ^C do bavliiK VITAHs. no other. Cun bo currtwl In tbeT«atiK>cket. By mall $I.OO per pact»Kuornlr fOffS.OOwiai nprtmnintoe to Cure orltoland <h«Morifiy. Circular Free. Adilresi CALUMET MEDICINE CO., CHICAGO, ILL For sale by Ben Fisher and B. V When we consider that the intestines .ire about five times as long as the body, wo can realize the Intense suffering experienced when they become inflamed. De.Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure subdues Inflammation at once and completely removes the difficulty.--.Tno. si. Johnston. A strange custom is stiill observed in Kir.mfl.uia which reminds one strongly of Robinson Crusoe. When- a servant hns displeased his or her master the offender takes Ms boots i.u his bauds and places them before the bod room door of liis master. It I* a sign of groat submission, and the boots are either kicked tway as an estimation that the fault will not bo forgiven, OL- else the servant is told to place them on his feet, which shows that ho is forgiven. ELECTJilC BITTERS. Electric .Bitters is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps more geu orally needed when the languid, ex hatistcd feeJing prevails, when the live is torpid and sluggish and the need o a touic and alterative is felt. A prornp use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fa.tal bilious fevers No medicine will net more surely ii counteracting and freeing the systen frcwi the malarial poison. Headache Indigestion-, Constipation, Dizziness yluld to Electric Bitters. COc and ?J.OO per bottle at. B. F. Keesling's drug store. EX-GOV. ALPHEUS FELCH. "Does the bicycle hurt your busi- noss?" "Ye.s; HJC junior partner and live confidential buyer are both In the hospital," And the Man of Affairs sighed heavily.—Detroit Tribune. FOB OVER FIFTr TEARS. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup hag teen wed fpr over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success, tt soothes the child, softens the gums, Allays all pain, cures wild colic, and li the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-fire-cents » bottle. Be sure and aft for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take «o other kind. YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY OF CHHISTJAN ENDEAVOR. •vVa-sli-ingfon, D. C., July 7th to 13th, 1806.—Fop the above occasion tickets will be sold by Hie Wabash Railroad company at rate of $10.75 for the round trip. Tickets will be sold July 4, 0, 6 and 7, 1S9C. Good for continuous passage in both directious. Arrangements can be made extoudlng time of tickets returning 'until .Tiilj- 31st. Side tripe from Washington have been planned at greatly reduced ra.tes.—C. G. Newell, Agent. KKBltTIMO. Inoiapo Made a well of e? IND *VB JUNDQO ItCMIDY I* BO fTerroui L)l*enKen. l<'*lltnff Memory, roxciBla. Steoplv*rnoiHi Hft^btly Ktnl/t- —\, j^ir"" •lon* f etc.,cau»od \tj pwt ubuxfn, (rlveaTlgor and01ct Cures .. Memory It would be hard to convince a man suffej-lug from bilious colic that his agony -is due to a mlserobe with an un- pronouncable name. But one dose of DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure will convince him of its power to afford In etant relief. It kills pain.—John M.Joliu- ston. Koporter—You don't fiiid that 'these exposures injure the Wealth of the men? Arctic . Explorer—Oh, no! In first place, we arc not hasty about loav- j'Og off our winter flannels.—Exchange. «lVf)\ but tatlininkonorfrann, and Qulcklr^DtitnuTuly roxtoro* j.»rtH»nh«t«4 In old or young, Eftoily oarrledfnTett jxwkjt. .Prlco$i.Ooapackft20< Six for •fi.Ott with • WFttt«li auiir«iit«* (• *tr* or M«aer FeA*H<tr4. IJOfl'l fryan ("i(fa(ion, but IniiU on haTing JJVJJAPU, If vocrdrucrifiathivi not got It, we will tend It prepaid, kto^^««UwlO^>^;Gkl«^^IlL l «r«wuMitiib (SOLD hy B. K Kecslin*. LOGANSPOKT, l^O. ?rid druifKisiB 3?y a -simple rule the length, of the clay and night, any 'time of the year, may be ascertained by simply doubling the time of the sun's rising, which will •give the length of the night, and double the time of setting will give the length of the day. The greatest lenKtih of England and Scotland, ixxrtilii awl south, is about COS tnilos. **Wake up, Jacob, day Is breaking!" •o «ald DeWMt's Little Early Riser to the man who had taken them to arouse jbta aloggl»h liver.—Jno. M. Johnston. We are anxious to do a little good In this world and can think of no pleasanter or better way to do H than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, eoEsnmptlon and dther serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds,—Jno. M. Johnston. Pass the good word along the line. Piles can be quickly cured without an operation by simply applying DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salrc.—Jco. M. Johnston, It is estimated that there arc HOW IK,000 miners at work in California—an increase of over 4,000 over 1S9J. • ANNUAL MEETING NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. For above meuting which takes place at Buffalo, N. Y., July 7th to 31th, 1S9G, the Wabash Railroad company will sell tickets July 5th and Cth at rate of S14.SO far the roulul trip, good for continuous passage hi both directions. By special arrangement tickets can bo extended to Sept. 1st, 1SOO. For details call on or address C. G. Newell, Agent. I'elch took his scat in the senate when, he was 41 years of age, and for nanny years he shared the honor of being one of-the three oldestlivingi.'x-membersof the senate, George Washington Jones, of lown, nnd James W, Bradbury, of Aug-usta, !Nfe., being the other two. His remembrances of those days in the senate were full of interest, and he 3e- lighted to dwell upon them. Shortly before his death he said: "In my day the st-natc was one of the most digni/jed legislative bodies in the world. The great, roon of that time were true statesmen, whose object was the maintenance of their principles and the advancement of the interests of the country.' There was no such thing as the hurrah of the senntc of to-dny. There seems to be a great, deal of nonsense in that body now; too much attention is paid to the ndvn.neement of partisan interests nnd too little to the consideration of the country's iutweHts." Gov. Fetch's friendship fo» Long- Fellow begnn in the schooldays at Bow- loin college nnd lasted until the cTerf'th of the poet. He was frequently n guest nt Cambridge, the poet's home. IIcol- vnys spoke of him as a retiring, tnodest, •outh, with the plcasantcst. manner, Turing the college days, who devoted all he time he could spare from hisstudie§ o v.TitiDjr poetry. While still at school ie published a volume that attracted he attention of the country to him. Tawthorne lie never saw after leaving : lo\vdoin, but he remembered him as not nly modest, but.lxvKhfnl ton painful de gvc-e, so much so that very few of his fellow students knew him intimately. Waterloo, Ind., Sept 8,189«. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I have been afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or sour stomach. I have tried different remedies without much benefit. Finally I bought a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pepsin and found that it benefitted me. I am convinced that it will do what it Is recommended when taken according to directions. I have taken nearly one bottle and feel like a different person. S. P. KLOTZ. For sale by B. F, Keesling. 4 C REMEDY. PHELPS' COUGH, COLO AND CROUP CURE. Office ot "KiriRSflsher Tiraes,' Kingfisher, Okla., Dec. 12, 'S3. Gentlemes:—I believe it my duty to write you a line In regard to the beneficial effects of Phelps' "Four C Remedy" so far as I am personally concerned. A week BSD last Thursday, I was taken ivltli a severe attack ot la grippe and in a short time became sa hoarse I could not speak above a whisper. The. night previous 1 had coughed nearly the entire nlfrtit; just before retiring I took a teaspoonful, ana slept the entire n:g]it as sweetly as ever I did in my Ilio, not coughing once. I was entirely relieved before taking one bottle. Pholps' Cough, Cold and Croup Cure should be.in every household In the land. I send you this wholly unsolicited by anyone, for you are benefactors of the race In ffivijiR- it the antidote for some of the worst afflictions to which it is heir. Very TrulyTcturs, C. J. NESBITT, Editor. I guarantee t C in grip, asthma, croup, cough and colds. Try it.—B. F. Keesllng. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO, PWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO, CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION Small In size, but great In results, DeWltt's Little Early Risers act gently but thoroughly, curing indigestion, dyspepsia nnd constipation. Small pill, safe pill, best pjlL Children Cry for ""tetter's Ca*torla. Daniel Laimber, the British. "Mountain of Flesh" weighed 712 pounds. He died suddenly in London on .Tiily 21, 1SOO. Pass the good word along the line. Plies can be quickly eared without an operation by simply applying DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve.—Joo. M. Johnston. Special Unites via Femisylvanta Lines July 3d and 4th. For-the accommodations of persons desiring -to spend the 'Fourth of July away from homo, excursion tickets will be soM Friday and Saturday, July 3d and 4th, from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Lines west of Ptttsburg to any station on those lines wlifchin two hundred miles of the station where •tiickete ore purchased. Cnden this arrangement round tripe may be made for a single fare, but tickets for adults will not be sold for less than 25 cents, nor for children ot 1'ess than 15 cents. Ex- curelon tickets will be good returning up to and tadudlns Monday, July 6th. R ICH RED BLOOD is the foundation of good health. That is why : Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True Blood Purifler, gives HEALTH A Virginia n.rnter Furm. William L. Marcy, of Annapolis, has nn oyster farm nt New Point Island, Matthews county, Vn. The farm was started about a year ago. Mr. Marcy has introduced the painting of tiles, made of clay, and coated with a mixture of cement, quick/imp Mid sand, so ns to give the spat something to adhere to. The tiles nre concave in shape, 15 inches long, with a width of five inches at one end and six at the other. They are set on the bottom lengthwise with the flow and ebb of tie tide. When the oyster has developed to the proper sizo it -is, by means of the cement, scraped from the tile, and the tile, after drying, is ready for use again at the proper season, during- the last week in May and the first week in June. The French, Foreign Legion. T?ie foreign legion of (le French army is a unique body of troops. It is always sent on dangerous missions or where absolute foolhnrdiness is . required, and it has never been known to" falter. An explanation is given in the fact that many of its members are for- 'eigners who-have-been forced to leave their native countries. They ; are-ut-- terly reckless and are anxious fordieath', but>.do not.;choose.to commit suicide.' There-are political, refugees-ofall.sorts, besides men who have becmdi*honor-'. ably dismissed from other European armies for various crimes and misdemeanors, a£ well as criminals who are serving under assumed names. Beginning May 23th and continuing antll about Sept. 30th the steamers of this line will make two trips each way l*«y between St. Joseph and Chicago, »n tbe following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. and 10:30 p. ID., daily, including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 11:30 p. m., daily, including Sunday. Extra Irlps on Saturday leave St. Joseph at 8 a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Running 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 tnd City of Milwaukee (the largest and Snest west of Detroit), and tbe newly rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. ' Service first-class. Connections with all fandalia trains. Tickets on sale at nil Tandalla Line stations. Chicago dock feot of 'Wabasb avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. Wbe» B«by wMRlck. *«£»*?'bur Cuccrt*, Wbeosbo -wu p Child, «necrlad 'ot CSutorU. Vbeb ebobeuwne Xtm. ibo cluug to Cutorte. FbcB «>>» had CLoHren. "bFim<vtb<xa Cutofe /

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