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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, July 11, 1896
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Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys- Uls, which vanish before proper cf' •—irentlo efforts—pleasant efforts- There is comfort in BmilY Ulltv^v*- j...~*~ "• . tte knowledge, that so many forms of •lekness arc not duo to an.v actual clis- «MK but simply to n constipated conct-- ttonof the system, which the plcasatvo fenlly laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only Mnedy with millionsof families, and is •rorywhcre esteemed so highly by all •Who value pood health. Its beneficial •Cects are due to the fact, that it is the an* remedy which prdmotcs internal «|Miiliness without debilitat-'ug the •HNUIS on which it acts. It is therefore •if important, in order to pet its bcnc- •dal effects, to note when you p»r- «*ue that you have the genuine arti- •te, which is manufactured by the Cali- fcrnia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by ,«J1 reputable druggists. M In the enjoyment of good health, «ad the system is regular, laxatives or Ulher remedies are then not needed. If •Mlctcd with any nctiml disease, one itar be commended to the most skillful Srricians, but if in need of a laxative, J£e should have the best, and with tno •wall-informed everywhere, Syrup ot «tastands highest and is most largely - I and gives most general satisfaction. up Ccol by Using THE KELLY Baih ; >•; V. I; -•'^•jiir <&i ..::•'J'l_ RINQ Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose xpress Ad. 25o. . I KM its Wfit'ng E«id yicor or Walls. Hrnleis Water Closets. ' End ror Catalogue frat Proof Wuter Closew, Belf-Actlnn Water Closets, Kellj Slop nnd Wnste Cock. THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. 301 Madison Street, Chicago. D. & C. SUMMER SERVICE TO MACKINAC. 'Their new steel passenser steamers •are in commission, making four trips per week between Toledo, Detroit, Macklnac, Soo, Petoskey, Duluth. If yon are contemplating a summer outing pend 2c stamp for Illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. SCHANTZ, G. T. A. Detroit, Mich. 8DNDAX EXCURSION TO DAYTOX VIA PENNSYLVANIA LINES. July 12th from Logansport, $2 round trtp. Special train leaves 5 a. m., central time; returning leave Dayton 0 P m. Visitors are permitted the freedom of the Soldiers' Home, the most delightful and attractive spot of Dayton. Lake Side Park la also open. Everything ar- for a pleas nnt Sunday outing. BTJCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world rot cuts, - bruise*, pores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever •ores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It to guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesling. . PLAN YOUR "SUMMER OUTING NOW-GO TO PICTURESQUE MACKINAC VIA THB COAST LINE. It only costs . ?13.50 from Detroit, »15.50 from Toledo, $18.00 from Cleveland for the round trip, Including meals and bertha. One thousands miles of lake ride on new modern steel •teamers for the above rates.. Se»d 2c for Illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A. - Detroit, Mich. PUNGENT^PARAGRAPHS. —Clear View.—"Papa, what is posthumous fame?" "It is getting what you want after you have ceased to want it,"—Chicago Record?" —Friend—"What did you ibid the most difficult thine when you wrote your first verses?". Poet-"To find some cue who would let me read them to him."—Fliegeiidc Blotter. —"Do only trouble 'bout er man's bc- fr>,T uood-iiatured till (",e time," said Uncle Ebon, "is tint hu's li'ble tergitsortcr ea-sv and satisfied wif 'iin«elf, same ez he 'is wif cv'body else."—Washington Star. .-Mamma— "1 ilon't like the idea of that young- Harris bang-ing around Jcnitv so much. Ho hasn't n. <wnt ex- cept'his little salary." Papa—"You needn't worry. They are both too busy talking about b-.-;..^ to have any time for love-making."—Indianapolis Journal. —Pretty Housemaid—"An 1 BO you were at'the O'Fraherty wedding?" Coachman-"! wc.r." P. H.-"A:i' who was the best man?" Coachman— It wor IX-nnis O'Toolc. I been him wallop thrco of the biggest chaps In the room afore the plisintrios wor over. —Melbourne. Weekly Times. — \ Wonderful Memory.—"I always like to sec little children. They remind me of the day when I was n boy myself, said Judge Peterby to Miss Elderly, an need maiden lady, "Cim you remember as far back us that?" asked Miss Elderly, sarcastically. "Yes, indeed, 1 Jiave a wonderful memory, Miss Elderly. Why, I even remember teeing you 'when you were, only 13 years old," replied the judge.—Texas Sifter. —Clothed for All the Year Koti'nd.— "Just look at that young woman," said n crusty old fellow to me this morning. ''She is dressed like a. supreme idiot. Why, she represents the four seasons. She is practically bare headed—that is summer: she has a fur shoulder capo, that is winter; she has a silk shirt waist—that, is spring; nnd ji cloth skkt—that is autumn. This combination is conducive to a wooden overcoat with silver handles; but then some women lire tough."—Albany Evening Journal. Prune Faddlne. Put"a layer of sliced bread or biscuit lih-st dipped well in boiling sweet milk) in a- baking dish, then a layer of prune sauce made as for serving plain, only removing the seeds of the prunes; then odd another layer of bread, and so on with alternate layers until the dish is full, having the top layer of bread. Uav- in" sprinkled each layer with a little sugar, pour over the whole the prune juice and the remainder of the scalded milk. To make, it richer bits of butter may be added to each layer; bake in a moderate oven for three-quarters of an hour. When cold turn it out on a dish and spread whipped.cream over the top; or it may be eaten hot with the favorite padding" sauce. This is nice to prepare on Saturday tq.be eaten cold for Sunday dessert.—Philadelphia Press Sutjoliiflt'lc Item. Mrs. Chaflie (to teacher)— How la it that my son prize ? Teacher—I can't give him any prize because he is always lazy. Mrs. Cba-flie—Don't you think, then, that he ought to get a prize for perseverance.— Texan Sifter. DID YOU EVER Try Electric Bitters as a remedy fo. your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and got relief. This medlctoe has been found to be peculiarly ada.ptol to the relief and cure of all Femnle - Com pJaints, exerting, a wonderful direct Influence in giving strength and tone to tbe organs.- If you have loss o£ Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or nre Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is the Johnnie never gets THE ONLY ONE. The Pyramid Pile Cure the Only Pile Cure Recommended by Physician." As Being Perfectly Safe. O OPIUM, COCAINE, NAKCOTIC On OTHER POISON IN IT. The ryranild Pile Cure is probably the only Pile Cure extensively-recommended by pbystetons, because It Is so jiifo, so prompt to the relief afforded ind so far ns known the only positive cure fo r r piles except, a snrgicnl operation. In one year the Pyramid Pile Cure is become the best -known, the safest nnd tlw> most extensively sold o( any pile cure 1 'before the public. Nearly all druggists sell It at 50 cents ind !fl per package. Address • the /•ywundd Co., Albion, Mich., for book ou cause aud cure of piles and also hundreds of testimonials from .ill parts of the United,States. If suffering from,, any form of piles ask your druggist for a package of Pyramid Pile Cure nnd try It tonight.- MILWAUKEE EXCURSION. Low Hates Through Chicago via Pennsylvania Lines. Excursion--tickets to Milwaukee.will be sold via' Pennsylvania lines .Tuly 14th, 15-th nod IGth, account the B. Y. p. f. meeting. The low rate will be opeu to all. Tickets will be good returning leaving Milwaukee July 20th, 1st, or 22d., Ex'tonsfon of return limit to Aug. Oth may lie secured by depositing tickets with jotot agent in Milwaukee on or before July 20th. The Pennsylvania is ill- 'I'.rcct route to Milwaukee through Chicago with solid trains to Chileago Union 1 Station without change from principal cities and towns in Western Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. For rates and time of train apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line ticket agent. 'BOER AND UITLANDER. The Oau36 of the Recast Trouble - in South Africa. J»mc» Bryco, M. P.. Write* Iniitrnctlvely of the StruRlfle for Snffmgo Wtolch Must Como Hefore Lang— Tho Jnmn«OD Raid. WHEN THE BOWELS ARE DISORDERED, No time should ^e lost in resorting to a suitable remedy. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters Is the most reliable and widely esteemed medicine of its class. It removes the causes of constipation, or of undue relaxation of the Intestines, which are usually indigestion or a misdirection of the bilo. When it acts ns a cathartic, it does not gripe and violently evacuate, but produces gradual and natural effects, very unlike those ot a drastic purgative; and its power of assisting digestion nullifies those irritating conditions of the maieous membrane of the storna-ck and intestlnai''"canal which produce first diarrhoea;" and eventually dysentery. The medicine is, moreover, an agreenble one, and eminently pure and wholesome. Appetite and tranquil nightly slumber are.both promoted by it. Violins are very susceptible to change of the weather. The' strings of a violin always become more taut, and thus give-a sharper tone, when a storm is coming on. * medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by Its use. Fifty cents and 91.00 at B. F; Keesllng's Drug Store. It would be hard to convince a man •Offering from billons colic that his agony is due to a miscrobe with an un- prononneable name. But one dose of DeWItt's Colic and Cholera Cure will convince him of Its power to afford In- •tant relief. It kills pnln.—.Tohn M.John- •iton. The ox-eye daisy which bothers American farmers, Is now spreading in many agricultural districts in Australia being introduced; with hayseed. It causes damage to grass lands. When we consider that the intestines are about five times as long as the body, we can realize the Intense suffering experienced when they become Inflamed. DeWltfs Colic and Cholera Cure subdues inflammation at once and .completely removes the dlfficulty.-Jno. M. Johnston. Tlio Maine Bible society luw during the past year, round 053 towns in the State without religious worship,' and holt the families visited were found to be without religious.tatluences. • Pass the good-word along the line. Mies can be quickly cured without an operation by simply applying DeWItt's "Witch Hazel Salve.— 3uO. M. Johnston. A bill legalizing the use of motor wagons on highways, has passed Its, third ! In the British House of Lords. WONDERFUL are the cures by WW Hood's Sarsflpttrilla, and yet they •re simple and natural. Hood's Sarsa- juwilla makes PURE BLOOD. Woodbiiry, Conn., - has within -its limits a man who has lived in one house for over ninety years. He 'Is the oldest resident in the town, and can recount the 'leading events of the last eighty years with remarkable accuracy. Small in size, but great In .results. DeWItt's Little Early Risers act gently but thoroughly, curing Indigestion, dyspepsia and constipation. Small pill, safe pill, best pill. '; Fire suddenly started;the other day in a show case-in front of 452 Broadway, New York, belonging to manufacturers of celluloid goods, owing to the cellu lold artl'des in the case taking flre from the heat of the eun. . ' • •We are anxious to do a little : good In this world and can think.of no pleasant er or better way to do It; than ; by .recommending One Mlnnte Cough Cure Mr a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds.—Jnb. M. Johnston, CONDENSED TESTIMONY. Chns. B. Hood, Broker and Manufacturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal as a Cough remedy. J. D. Brow.n, Prop. St. .Tames Hotel, Ft. Wayne,. Ind,, testled that lie was cured of a Cough of two years' standing, caused by La Grippe, by Dr. KLntfs New Discovery. B. F. Merrill, Baldwinsville, Maes., says that he has used and recommended it and never knew It to fall, and would rather lhave it than any doctor, always cures. Mis. Hemming, 222 E. 25th at.., Chicago, always keeps it at hand and has no fear of Croup, because it instantly relieves. • Free Trial Bottles at B. F. Keesl ing's Drug Store. A flawless tone weighing about eight tons, two and one-half feet at the base and wenty-two feet long was taken from a quarry at Eureka, Vt., the other day. • ' The struggle between the Boers and the strangers, which has prao.ticii.lly become a struggle between 1 the EngliHh nnd the Dutch elements, now centers in the demand of the strangers to be admitted! to the electoral franchise. Formerly electoral rights were readily ncquirable by nn immigrant in the Transvaal, us they are to-day in the (Jrnngfi Free State. In ISSl a residence of two years gave the vote. But, when President Kruger perceived that the influx ofstrnngersjivould alter the character of the electorate and ultimately transfer the balance of power to English-speaking citizens he persuaded th<; assembly to extend the period of residence required for citizenship, first to five and then to 15 years, and thus prnc- .tically to exclude the whole of the new -population which has come in since J8S5, Thus electoral rights are now confined to less thon 35.000 citizens while probably double that number oC persona of voting 1 age and sex are living within the republic, debarred from those rights. It is easy to understand Mr, Kruger s positioii, "These newcomers." he ar- p-ues. "are in all essentials strangers to our polity. They do not belong to our Dutch Reformed churches; they do not like ouv customs; they do not speak our tongue. They would use their votes, if votes were given them, to turn out the present officials and legislators, ami would end by m:ikinpr the country English, like Cape Colony or Natal. It was not for such a fate that we quitted th<: homes of our fathers to go out into the wilderness wicl overcome the Zr.his -'id years ago; and against siinh a fate we will struggle to the end." On the oilier hand, the strangers complain thnt, though they form a.large majority of the population, own hn!f (he land in the republic and pay more than &0 per cent, of the tuxes, they are denied a share in the g-overnincntof tlm country ami in the application of its revenues, and are obliged txJ submit to excessive and unfair imposts, voted by DOG RINGS FOGBELL. Cl«T*r Canine Jimplojed at the Island (Die.) Llghthonio, There is a dog up on the Maine coast •which is a valuable and valued assistant at a lighthouse. According to the Portland Daily Argus the animal is the only dog regularly employed at auy lighthouse, in the district, and he performs his duty in a manner that is perfectly satisfactory. He is attached to the lighthouse at Wood island, oft Biddeford Pool, and has been there for a number of years. He is the constant companion of the keeper, and has learned much of the duties of one of Uncle Sam's lonely watchers. 'It is customary for -vessels passing Wood island to give three blasts of the Pass the good word along the.line. Piles can be quickly cured without an operation by simply applying DeWItt's Witch Hazel Salve.—Jno. ,M. Johnston. .Monaco had-4,401 visitors daring the month of May which Is over 3,000 more than ever before, "Wake up, Jacob, day i« breaking!" jo said DeWItt's Little Early Riser to the man who had taken them to arouse hla sluggish liver.— Jno. M. Johnston. Apropos of currency, it ^noteworthy that the sale of .race horses In .England is still made In 'guineas,, although that gold coin worth 21 shillings in silver, has been out of use for .years. , . DISEASES OF THE SKW. , " The intense itching and immrtmg uicl - PRESIDENT KRUGER. n legislature some of whose members are gravely suspected of corruption, and administered by officials many oC whom are far from trustworthy. Thess were the motives which.prompted the creation three years ago of an organization to obtain political reforms, and which led to the rising of the stranger population, or rather, the bulk of the English-speaking portion of it, at Jo- hfTinesburg in December last—a rising the declared aim of which was not the overthrow of the Transvaal republic, but to compel the Boer assembly to extend the suffrage, to the newcomers. The effect of that abortive rising and of the expedition of the British South Africa company's men, who came to help it but were surrounded and forced to surrender by the Boer forces, has so for been unfavorable to the demands of the strangers. President Km c-er's hold on the citizens had been pro viously- shaken by their dislike to the officials he had brought from HoHand. The rising, however, evoked all the patriotism of the Boers and .made the president, who successfully withstood it more popular than ever. At the same time it stirred the feelings of .the Dutch in the.Orange Free State, and even. in. Cape Colony. Seeing their own kinsfolk threatened by an expedition which had started from British .soil, they forgot for the moment their own commercial grievances against the Transvaal government (which hod built-'up a wall of tariffs against them) .and gave all their sympathy to the threatened republic. As the British home •govcrn- me nt had not only, disavowed but had even tried to stop/the expedition on its way, no resentment has been felt by the Dutch against Britain. . But the movement towards n political fusion of Dutch and Englishin the colony- has received a s heck,.and the tt-nd- ency of the Orange Free State towards a- closer union with its sister republic haa been strengthened. Meanwhile the irrievances of the ne.w population in tlu, Transvaal have not been removed, and os the influx of strangers to the Nit- watersrand mines will doubtless continue it is clear that something must be done to give a more or less complete 'satisfaction to their claims and to pro vent a recurrence'of the troub es.of last December and January. It is> im possible, in our times, for a minority to continue to rule over a. large and Increasing, unenfranchised majority o people, superior .in intelligence one wealth, however strong the original po dent to eczeinoV tetter, salt-rheum, and otbei diseases oJT the skin to .ibstanUy allayed bj applying Cfiamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment Many .very .bod cases have been permanently -cured by it.- It is equally. efficient for itching pUes 'and a fevonterem T : edy f6r sore nipples; .chauped . tandH,. chilblain*, iroat, bites, and, chronic Bore eyes. For sale by.drojgiits.-^SS cents-ptr.box. .,_.: , Hition of the minority may and whatever sympathy the, r neat to their own simple an ]ife may evoke.-"Im P r58sio : Africa." by James Bryce, M. ^Century. ' • .-• . • • _.:_ P., Qne«r Tre« In Thibet. The,"tree of a thousand, ima which grows in Thibet, has 1 which have their centers ;»«M. ; Images of men, animals, ^ird., etc. Some authorities cW!.-* 1 " are marked with letter* air Nerves Just ap surely come from the moot Hood's Sarsaparilla as does the cure of scrofula, salt rheum, or other so-called blood diseases. This is simply because the blood affects the condition of all the Nerves bones, muscles and tissues. If It is Impure it cannot properly sustain these parts. If made pure, rich, red and vitalized by Hood's Saraaparilla, it carries health instead of disease, and.repairm the worn, nervous system as nothing* else can do. Thus nervous -prostration, hysteria, neuralgia, heart palpitation, are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla Because It is the One True Blood Purifier. DOG RINGS FOGBELL. vbistle as a salute. At such times the eg runs to tlie bell rope, seizes it in his •nouth and tugs vigorously. The dog ever rings the bell except, at the right •me. and never misses ringing it when t should be rung. Capt. Oliver, of the excursion steamer ^orest Queen, was the first seaman to i'arn of the four-footed helper that the ;eepe.r of the Wood island lighthouse lad trained 1o ring the bell. Several undrcd excursionists on the boat saw he dog tugging at the bell rope, and hey afterwards made inquiries about he matter. They learned that it was an old story .inth the dog, and-that during a fog the jatient animal rings the bell without omplaining for hours at a time. He las never been known to desert his jbst, which is more than can be said for ic of the men engaged to ring fog >ells and tend lighthouses. ' At nearly every lighthouse thut guards the "coast there IK one dog. and Sometimes the keepers have several. They help to while away the long.lone- ;ome hours, and are almost as good as lunian companions. But. so far as is cnown. the dog pictured herewith is the only one that has proven to be of any real service to his master. It is perhaps needless to say that the dog is highly valued by his owner, and money would notbuy him. He is a mon- rel dog, being more nearly a. shepherd than anything else. No particular effort was made to teach him his duty. Ie "picked it up" from observation, and it took few lessons to make him perfect. The animal is perfectly contented vith his lot in life, and, as he is well and well housed, he has no reason to complain that be has been forced tb leave off the -usual habits of doghood and tug at .the .end of a rope to ring a jell which will warn mariners who have lost their way in a fog. PICTURE OF A TORNADO. It Does Not Look V«ry Terrible, But -I« Juot an It Looked. The Engineering News . prints the photograph of a tornado of which the accompanying cut is a reproduction, and says'that it will b°, examined with especial interest at this time, both by those who havc.had.and those'whoihove not had the fortune, good or ill, to;witness one of these terrible storms. The ^holograph was taken by Mr. T. Croft, a local photographer, at Oklahoma City, PHOTOGKAPH A TORNADO. 0. T., at about' lour p. m. 'on'May 14 The tornado was-<aboui. six miles distant when the photograph was taken, and a rough computation indicates a probable diometer of the funnel' ot about' 1,000 feet. The negative is, unfortunately, exceeding'^ faint, and the print would show the sky much darker than it'does, but a tornado is a difficult subject to photograph at tbe best; in fact, most people who have witnessed one of these twisters have found other things'to occupy their time than taking pictures of the threatening spiral So far as known, this !s the first actual photograph . of a tornado ever published, and it is believe:! that only one other has ever been taken. This is referred to in Eusseirs "Meteorology as having been secured.;ntrthe Howard mines, South" Dakota, OTI August 23,1884 the cloud., then, .being, 22 miles away, and-a rath'er poor pen picture is inserted, in .the...book, Jrawn from the photograph. •••'• ' '. DnoheM Take*•»'!»•*««•. .. ,• :'. The'trnivcr*% of Tubingen ba» conferred the degree of doctor of science on Duchess Mary of Linden. r»««« are the best afWMllnner PlllS pills, aid digestion. 2»c. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. -SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. - ; Over the Sunset Route—New Orleana .; to • J Los Angeles and San Francisco. v Was discontinued April Kth. Tfce nperlor accommodations given the ;r«;at number of patrons of the above «In during the past tourist season, warrants the announcement of plans '•r next' season of finer service with', •uuipment- superior to anything yet tuown in transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-Inauguration of •SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset «oute" in connection with the "Queen Crescent Houte" are running the y line of through lourist Tollman <laepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and •i»n Francisco. These excursions are specially con- Jucted, and the object Is to enable those who do not care to buy the first-class •mind trip or one way tickets, to enjoy . comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at the '•try low second-class rate. For further Information, address W. ; •T. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. S. P. Oo., Cincinnati, O. . . . W. G. NEIMYER, G. W. Agt. S. P. so., Chicago, 111. S. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Agt 8. P. )., New Orleans, La. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMEES TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing •ntll about Sept. SOth the steamers ot this line will make two trips each w*j dally between St. Joseph and Chicago, »n the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 430 p. m. and 1030 p. m., dally. Including ^unday. Leave Chicago at .9:30;tu-m. and 11:80 p. m., dally; Including- Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday, leave St Joseph at 4 a. m.,~. and leave' Chicago at 2 p. m. Sunning tlme^across like 4.hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Mllwanke*. leaving St Joseph Monday, Wednesday ind Friday evenings. The equipment' .of this line Includes ihe side wheel steamers City of Chicago »nd City of Milwaukee (the largest and anest west of Petrolt), and the newly, rebuilt propeller : city of LoulivlUe. Service flrst-class. Connections with all Tandalla trains. Tickets on saleatall Fandalia Line stations. Chicago dock ;<xrt of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. doing For A Lake Trip? all oftte delict, You'll fully ifjou t»k«one- LAKE MICHIGAN ATO LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION CO'S ) EG ANT STEAMSHIPS, Sailing, betwten CW«r> «nd M«*lM« : Island lour tlm»t «v«y »•*•

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