Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 20, 1897 · Page 23
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Saturday, November 20, 1897
Page 23
Start Free Trial

IERFEGJ MANHOOD |The world admires tlio perfect Han! Kot »BT»ge, dignity, ortnoBcalar dei'elopmeat »lonc, •ttli»t«ibtIe«Kl wonderful force known u JEXUAL VITALITY Dick It the glory of manhood— th« wide cl ith old and yonne. but there are thonnanda of men the mental tortures of a iv shattered nerves, and , U power who can be cnr id by our Magical Treatment lch may Be taken at homo nnder onr dlrectlo ,r we will pay K. K. fare and hotel bills for thosa rho wish to ccme here. If we fall to cure. We have o free prencriptlona, free cure or C.OJD. fake. "Wa »TO«250.000 capital and (raaraneee to cure every AC -we treat or refund every dollar you pay us, 01 e may be depoRlted In any brnlc to bo paid us ,hen a core IB effected. Write for full partlcclara, *TA.XK»Xei>ICAX CO.. Onialijt, JTeb. HOOD poisoH i A SPECIAL! Y- Itiary JBLOOI> 1'UISON pcro.jncntly •cured In 16to36 daya. You can bo treated: al •borne forgume pricannderBame^u,-»ran- I ty. If yon prefer to come hero we will cen- 'tract to pnyraJlroatifarcand hotel bills.and ODbaree, If we full to cure. If you have taken mer- leury, iodide potash, and etlll have aches and lj«ln».MiicousVatcli,"Shi mouth. Sore Throat, IFlmplcs, Copper Colored Spnti), l/'lcc™ OQ lanypartof tho body, ll;iir or Eyebrows falilnc lout, II If this Secondary lll.OOD POISON eipunrantee to cure. V/e solicit the most obstl- iie cages oiid ciiallentie tho wurld for a. K »e\reouDnotcuro. THIB dl^eane h.ia air, 73 ffled then kill of the most euiincutphysi- |elan». *r,OO,OOO capital behind our uiicondl- al iranrantr. A bgoluto proofs sent sealed oa Address COOK 1C EM ED Y CO, Temple, CHiCAUO, ILL. FRENCH TANSY WAFERS. These ire the genuine FRENCH TANSY WAFERS, imported direct from Paris. Ladies can depend upon securing elief from and cure of PAINFUL AND 2GTJLAR PERIODS regardless of auae, Emerson Drug Co., Importers and ents for the United States. San Jose B. P. KEESLING, 304 Fourth St. Logansport, Ind. EXCURSIONS !*o Indianapoli Nov. 14, 16 and 18, via Pennsylvania Lines. Ifor I. 0, O. F. StatelMeetlDgs (Grand Eii- •mpment, Nov. 16th—Grand Lodge, Nov.l7tb .id 18th), low mte excursion tickets -will be •Id to Indianapolis, November 15th and 15th rom ticket stations on Pennsylvania Lines in •dlann, and November 17th from stations not xoeedlng 300 miles from Indianapolis Return teketi valid Friday, November 10th. TraJiir Run by Centra.; Tinaf H JLOO*N«T'".HTTO IjXAf* fcBKr^TB OHTCAQO DIVISION DAILY. •TO for Chl08sro*3:15 a m;*5:30 a ro;*l :25 p m *2:00pm;«4:30pm. IrriTe from Chicago "1:00 a m ;*12:30 p m ;«1:00 pm: *l:<0p m; *8:lop m. BRADFORD AND COLUMBUS. ••»e for Bradford-1:15 a m;t7:40am; -1:45 pm-t4:30pm. rlye from Bradford *3:00an; tlO:20 am; *l:20pm; t4:15pm. IFFNER DIVISION. •Te for Bttner t8:0n a m: t9:0e a m-12:08 p m 5pm Sunday only. rlTefrom Bttner 1 *7:85 am;;+1:03 p m; i2;4o p m: 8:90 a m Sunday only. RICHMOND AND CINCINNATI. »T« for Richmond tl:20 » m; t5:30 a m; '1:10 pm;+2:20pm. irrtTe from Biohmond «3:56»m: t.U:OOam •l:50pm:+ll:30pm. INDIANAPOLIS AND LOUISTILi*. M*T* for Louisville *12:55 a m; *1:05 p m. fcntre from LoulivWe *S:06 a m; *1:65 p m, J. A. MoCULLOUGH, Agrent. Logaasport. Ind. LOflASSPOKT «onin> Kastern Eiprose dully ................. Mall «nd Express dally .............. Atlantic Express dally ................ Fort Wayne A ceo Ex Sunday — Local Freight Bx Sunday ........ W»8T BOUND. Western Espre*s daily ......... . ..... *»« Mall Daily ............................ Mull and Express dally... .............. Pacific Express daily .................... Becatur Acco Ej-Sunday ........... Local Freight Ex-Sunday ....... ..... BITO DmilOR. W»ST«tDM. LO«AKftPOM> AKD CHILI. WIST BOUHD. 3:33 » m 9-.tK a n, , 4:18 p m C:32 p m 4:1S p tu 10:i4 p m , S:1S p m -:JO p m Jl.-af a m 7:S,"> a m . 7:35 a m SBTW1LKN Ho. IT. ......... ..Arrives- ............... BAST BOUHP. . M. ----------- Leaves ............ -.. M ----- ...... --- Leaves .......... „.... 8:K) *. n, .5:SO p. D -9:06 ft. a .5:46 p. IT I VANDALIA LINE. Tlm« T»blo. In effect Sept, 2a 1897. Leave Ijoxunport, iBdlu*. FOR THS NOHTB - ~.10:3» R. m. ™ S:SS p. m, FOR THE SOUTH. (To. 21 - 7:05 a. m, *:25 p. m. Jorcomplete Time Card, giving all trains- 1 nations, and for full Information ag to ate*, through oar*, etc., address . a nxnwoRTK, agent. Logansport, or B 4. TORD, General Pauenger Agent, Ht. LOUJJ. Mo. Lx. K. & Time lable, Peru, Ind. I BolM train* between Peort*. und'Stndusty llndlanapoli»and Michigan. .Direct con" XM to and from all points In ithe United i and Canada. SOUTH mouiru DXPARI Mo U ladlanapolli £rp dally 7:10 a m (dairy except Sunday) NoKlndpri Kip «i Uunu... 3:36 p m I'd* 9 • No » Paaienrer exeept Sun Ho IU BoohMtcr local arrrr* :« r m azoept Sunday. NORTH BOU1TD. ..Jt:llam lpnN«MD*broli H«MO A«»« except Sun... t?t& a • notru* morth o? P*ru oa Buuday. i ttatet ntM •ad4*ner*l Information wll . J.tkt<iB*r,»to]3jMWt, I, 1. * . Mk «r a TREATMENT FOR WEAK MEN. TRIAL WITHOUT EXPENSE. The famous Appliance and Remedies of the Erie Medical Co.nowlorcheflretume ottered on trial without expense to any honest man. Not a dollar 10 be pmld In advance. Cure Effects Of Errors or Excesses in Old or Yountr. Manhood Fully Restored. How to Enlarge and Strengthen Weak, Undeveloped Portions of Body. Absolutely unfailing Home Treatment. No C. o. D. or other scheme. A plain offer by a firm of Wgb standing. 64 NIAGARA ST . BUFFALO. N. Y ERiEMED!CHC0. 64NIAGA - R - ST Mrs. Jftsse Powlea of Sycamore street, is suffering from an attack of imflammatory rheumatism. Beware of Ointments That Contain Mercurj. as mercury will surely deg-roy the sense 01 smell and ceinpletely dc-r H n|.'e the whole eys- te a when enter n>r It throuKh the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never te n§«l ej- cept on prescriptions Irom reputable phj-ei- clans, us the damage tbi y will do is ten fold tothopood sou can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, aanulactured by F.J. Cheney .i; Co., Toledo, 0., comalDB no mtrcury, and Is taken Internally, acting- directly uprn the tlood and mucous surfaces o! the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. Itisltaken lc- ternally and made in Toledo, Ohic, Ibv F. J Cheney^ Co. Testimonials free. Sold by dru(r?lst«, 76c. Hall's Family Pills are the beet. John Browci of Fords Crossing, has leased a portion of his farm to the Standard oil company. Rheumatimi Cured In a Day. "MjBtic Cure" for rheuma'ism and neuralgia r»dlc«lly cures in 1 toB days. Its action upon the system le remarkable and mysterious It removes at once the cause arid the disease immediately disappears. The tlrst dose Kreatly benefits 75 cents. Sold by W. H. Bringhurat, druggist, Logansport, The young people of Clymers will give an oyster supper at the Clymers school house 01 Thanksgiving eve for the benefit of tlie-Young; People's Heading Circle. Weak nervea indicate deficient blood. Nervous people find relief by purifying and enriching their blood with Hood's Sarsaparllla, the great nerve tonic. Hood's pills are the only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Care all liver ills. "I was completely cohered with sores. Every limb In my body ached. Had been sick for five years Doctors could do me no good. Most of my time was spent ID bed,was a complete wreck. Burdock's Blood Bitters have completely cured me in three months"—Mrs Annie Zaepen, Orookston, Minn. Application for Liquor License. Notice is hereby irlven that I the undersigned will uinko application at the rcpuliu- December term, 1SD7. of the boiiri! of county commissioners of Cass county, Indiana, fora license to soil spirituous, vinous and malt liquors ill less quantities than a quart ata time, with the privilege of permitting the same to bo drank on the premises whereon sold. The premises whereon said liquors are to be sold iinil drank are located on the pround floor of thp one story frame tniildtng known as No M7 TwHlfth street, flic room wherein said liquors arc to be fold and drank has a JO- foot frontage on Twelfth street, lextendinsr west SO feet with H I'-fcot c-eilinjr, all of which is located on part of lot 3. Kiich and .lerolo- miin's addition to the city of Losiinsport, Ee township. Cuss county, Jndiann- JOIIN \V. FETTIG. Application for Liquor License. Notice is hereby if i von that I will make application nt the regular December term. 189". of the Board of County Commissioners of Casa county, Indiana, for license to sell spirituous, vinous and mult liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time, with the privilege of Dcrmittinc the same to be drank on the prera- _»es whereon sold. The premises whereon said liquors arc to be sold anil drunk are located on lot number three |S| in J. B. Shulu's first addition to the city of Loffunsport In a three- gtory brick building, fronting on Third street. The room wherein said liquors are to be sold and drank is located on the irround floor, of said building, which has a '-0-foot frontage on Thiid street, extends back east eighty feet, has a ten foot ceiling and is known as No.420 Third street- All in Logansport, Eel township. Lass county, Indian*. ARTHUR AMIEIER Notice of Application to Sell Splrltuon?, Malt «nd Vinous Lifjnors. Xotloe is herebv uiven that the undersigned will apiily to the board of county commissioners for Cass county. Indiana, at the December term, 1S9T, to be begun and held at the court house in Lojrsnspon, Indiana, oa Monday, December ti, 1S97, for a license to sell spirituous, vinous and malt liquors In less nwnuties than a quart ata time, and to be drank on the premises where sold. The place where the same are to be so<d Is known as No. Ill' Front si reeu and is situated on the south twenty-one feet of lot number nine (9) in J. B. Shulti' seccnd addition to Logansport, Indiana: that the building thereon situated and u which said liquors are to be retailed is part i ick and par 1 frame, one story high an.i about ninety leet deep and fronts on Front street. ' Jonx MINNEMA>". November 12. 1S97. Application for Liquor License. Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned will maJce application at the regular December term, 1S9T. to the board of county commissioners of Cass county, Indiana, for a license to sell spirituous, vinous and malt iquors in less quantities than a quart at a line, with the privilege of permitting; the same to be drank on the premises whereon sold. The premises wheroon said liquors are o be sold and drank are situ- sted in a room on the first floor of the two- c-tory Orick building on lot No. 50. old plat, city 0! -Logansport, Kel township. Cas? county, Indiana, known as No. SI? Third street. Said room fronts upos Third street, 244 feet and running wo*t extends bacs fifty feet, and has 111 foot ceiling. FREDERICK HEPPE. ASK THEM, [f You want Information About Home-Seekers' Excursion. Ticket Ajrenta of the Pennsylvania Unes will furnish information r«rardln? Home- ken' Excurgioni to various points In the Northwest, West. Southwest and South. It will pa;r to Investigate If you contemplate a trip. Apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line ticket Agent, or addreai W. W. fitehardsoo District Pauengvr Ajent Tndianapollejnd The Present Tendency Toward Veiled Suggestiveness. TWO PLAYWRIGHTS 15 A FAMILY. Hartli« Morton'H Brother Michael D«m- ons'tratefi That Ho Is Also a Clever Writer—Georce M. Cohan, the Brilliant younB T ariety Artist—Katheritte Grey. Michael Morton i? the brother of thnr. very clover playwriftht llarthn Jlorton, \vho ia probnbly the foremost woman :iraniatist in thu world. He is ai»0 the iiuthor of "Miss Francis of Yale," a play u-hich had a road trip prior to its opening in this city at tho Manhattan theater. It has also been tried in I.oiulon, where, if the critics are to be believed, it did not score very much of a success. Still, as many prood plays, from the American standpoint, buve failed in Kn^lnnd. that was not considered unduly important. The piece as given here at the Manhattan theater bos served to demonstrate one thing GEORGE M. COHAN. coocluFively, and that is that Michael has the Morton playwriting faculty. That is not the opinion of one man either. It is a generally conceded fact. It, must not be supposed, however, that "Miss Francis of Yale" is an unqualified hit, for that is very far from the trulh. The criticisms of the piece have varied as widely as possible, but 1 a majority of them incline to the theory thac the play is rather vulgar, and even those critics who are manifestly friendly admit the advisability of eliminating certain scenes;. The central figure of the play is nn effeminate Yale student who is known to his fellows as Miss Francis. His ses is eventually brought into question, and the complications resulting therefrom are not difficult to foresee. It Is not necessary to explain them even ns they have been described by tho newspapers, for they do not read well in a paper which is particular about publishing matter which may bo considered su^jrestive. It is sufficient to say that the last act is almost entirely given up to the doings of the various characters in. a bedchamber, and that there is a very extensive display of all sorts of nighc wear. It is no justification to say that Mr. Morton has availed himself of all the possibilities of the story That really makes matters worse, for it will readily be understood That if all the possibilities a 1-0 really developed there would be much that would shock a person of refinement. The subject, is one which would naturally appeal to a man in search of a topic for u faree who might be willing to subordinate his sense of the proprieties to the de- fire to attain pecuniary success. If one is willincr to write that which is considered improper, it is an easy matter to liml a clientele which will read it or heal 1 it. This may not bo encouraging, but it is a fact. In tho case of Mr. Morton especially it is to be deeply regretted, for. as his cleverness is conceded on all sides, it is more than probable that with a less repulsive subject his play would have scored a genuine success, which is very much more than "Miss Francis of Yale" has done apparently. It must now give way at tho end of three weeks to a comic opera organization which, to say the least, was not expected np to a short time ago to go into the Manhattan theater for some time anyway. "The Girl From Paris," as every one at all familiar with theatricals is well aware, was one of the most pronounced successes eeen in this city in several years. It was of the Frenehily indelicate type, and its wickedness was so glossed over and sugar coated as to be inoffensive to many theater goers. Its success has inspired others to imagine that it was only necessary to write something which was a little bit funny and a good bit nasty to duplicate its vogue. "The Girl From Paris" came at a time when that sort of thing was apparently wanted on Broadway, and it became a rage—not only on that account perhaps, but also because it had in the cast a number of exceptionally clover people. It will, however, be a long time before any piece, even if it were ten times as good as "The Girl," will duplicate its run at the Herald Square theater. The people have had it, and they appeared to like it hugely, but, like pate de foie gras, a little of that diet docs one for a long time. It is a mighty food thing for the stage that this is so. for it is very much easier to get laughs out of vulgarity than it is out of legitimately humorous situations, and if the taste for indecency and suggestion on the stage were to continue uninterruptedly there is no telling what the cud would be. The limit has really been reached in the vaudeville houses, which play what they call "burlesque shows, " and every few days the papers contain accounts of the arrest of managers of these resorts for allowing the companies playing there to go beyond the very liberal limit prescribed by the police. In this city ;t is even reported that licenses will be refused by the incoming mayor to fevera'. of those places, which have been notoriously lax. and it is to b» hoped that this is so. for their existence is a menace to everything that is good r.nd worthy in the theatrical business. Men like Mr. B. F. Keith, the originator of continuous per formance in this country, have done won ders for vaudeville- He will not permit any suggestive remark or situation in bis theaters, but the managers of the "burlesque" places are not so squeamish, and the matter has now reached a point where th* police are obliged to step in frequent- l;r, and tie ofrener they step in the better H; yrill be for every branch, of theatrical indaavor. Thoe is a keen pleasure in picking out • peiao* occupying a place of no impor- H% compiiratively speaking, in the the- •triocd wori(l and predicting for him CT brilliant career. Of course the pleasure is materially enhanced if the person eventually justifies the good opinion of tbe critic. There is a young man—he is Indeed little more than a boy—in, the vaudeville business who is almost certain to be one of the shining lights of American comedy some day. His name is George M. Cohan, and he is a member of "The Four Cohans," the others being bia father, si.ster and mother. They have always given one of the "good enough" acts so often met with in the vaudeville houses, but that was alL Now they are "away up in G," compared to what they were, and the new condition is due to the ability of Georgie, as they all call him. He wrote a sketch, "Money to Burn," which has made a big hit. and they are getting very much more salary than they were a year or so ago in consequence. Of course they have n mighty long distance yet to ge before they reach the top, but they will eventually get there if they enn induce Georgie to remain with them. In addition to writing the sketches Georgie is also by far the most clever of the quartet. He is a magnificent dancer of the rough sort and is constantly improving. He is the author of any number of very popular melodies—those which you hear the barrel organs grinding out in the tenement districts. In addition to all this, this clever young man has written most of the sketches for a number of the bright lights of the vaudeville world—the fellows who have tho reputation, too, of "wriring their own stuff," which is, by the way, tho distinction par excellence in the variety Btage. Georgie really belongs in farce comedy, not because he is not good in vaudeville, but because it is a pity thati his wonderful talents should be wasted there when they might be rapidly developed under more favorable conditions. At any rate, remember my prediction and watch George M. Cohan. I BEST ELECIRICBELI ON EMTH ™ ' 7 '"^ ' // FOR MEH AND WOMEN, That chariuicg actress, Katheriae Grey, has made another pronounced bit. I have never seen a poor piece of work done by this genuine artiste. Her latest triumph is in tnar, much discussed Chinese phiy "The First, Born." Miss Grey has had a remarkably brilliant stage career. According to her biographer, she was born and educated in San Francisco, but began her stage career under the management of Augustin Daly, with whose company she remained one season. She then joined Charles Frohman's forces, playing in- genues in "Shenandoah," "All the Comforts of Home" and "Jane." Sbe next created a part in "The New South" at the , Broadway theater, New York city, where | she made the acquaintance of James A. Herne, who subsequently secured her for his New York production of "Shore Acres." Tho following season she joined A. M. Palmer's company, presenting "New Blood," after which she played in repertory with Richard Mansfield, creating leading roles in "Napoleon" and "The King of Peru,"and appearing in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," "A Parisian Romance," and as tho Bulgarian servant girl in "Arms and the Man." this being her favorite role. The following season she rejoined A. M. Palmer and created parts in "The Grunt Diamond Robbery" and "His Absent Boy," after which came a year of inactivity in consequence of ill health. She played one summer stock season as leading woman in San Francisco, appearing in "Roger La Honte,""Our Bachelors," "The Senator" and "The Jilt." Last summer she was leading woman of the Columbia stock company in Washington and played in "Niobe," "His , First Offense, " "His Little Dodge," "Jack i Robinson" (a DOW production), "A Super- DR. HORNE'S Xew Imp rot" Oil (ELECTRIC BELTS \Yiirran ti-d to cure vitJiour: mfMiriiK 1 *, the following dist-a^es. Rh c t€ 111 attain Sciatica fsttinbago Dyspepsia Coitxtipation Torpid Lircf Throat Troubles I Jiidncy Contplnhits efplesr^ncsK ereottt* Debility OSt rigor fff JExtr4!miti€3 etHalc Complaints I JL'ttittt* in the J&ack ami Limbs I .lit Weaknesses in READ EVERY WORD LAST OPPORTUNITY to pet the World-Renowned DR. HORNE'S $2O Electric Bolt for only $6.66 THIS COUPONI is pood for $13.34 •fsei:!, 'uiiJi cat order\ fora $30.00 Belt, iiot\ later ilian thirty days I front date of ihis\ paper. We make this Special Tuprecedenti'd Offer to Quickly Introduce and Obtain Agont* iu >ew LocsOltles. To u-irklv iMro.iuee iiiiu obtain asetas in annnliy ae« localities an rioisihl* 'or Dr ll.inie s X.-w linpri-vrJ Kli-cincK<rlt> anil Al'pliancn, «e tave decided lo ^MforMcliTvoalv onrK.v. 4 r>r Home's >'e™ ImfroveJ Ke|^l«r £1X00 Beclr.c "li-lt'-Vroi'lvfolA'arrirelliil mllra^ie it 1-rosiMe fur ever)' ivrsoll rradiu^Din ^j,-.„,„..„: K. c-t one uf oarlwsl IV!ts a! a nominal price. .\e«i-r In <he UU- i«,"rr,if ,iurbu.ine.«lis 1 e-e offered 10 »ell llil. Hell al uueli a frier, lilt ve want nn '^.'-TVI MI y.n-.r locality, j'.i.i ^'i- brlieve Ilin: / you I'tiy J Bei; yvu w .li IT so ^'-11 pU.-1-...j w.Mi ;i:h.i: you will either act as our :if.r!H orluijpu lo £« oritf. Itememher, iln-'Bell we ire I'Serici you for only & .06 i< our No. i Dr. Home's New Imi'ivYrd U<vulir ^:'>J •"> C-.-iiil'jiution IU-1: fi.ru.eli orvoiuen. It is adjust- jl.i« jii.1 ran bo w..m ••)• ..:'.y ii.einl*. u! ll.e family. Su.pen.or;' f"* "I"" «-« lr ? maleltelt. !t is Ilie ly-v IU i: "... i:iaiu t f:ic;i;ri.: ill Jiicl. U'e Be»toi* Larth. a:id ive nuke iu> r.^ei.n:;oii to t!;:s-u:..|:iei.'.- \v v !:.-i\e Si-K! hi:r.,!reds. y(v, ;!icuvii5i'.s o. -I'l-ii -IP :o £*U vrt* Tlirre :> Iiot a fainil ••' bi:I \\!i«I >!:oulu have ou>; of :!;i'^ hells. asUi'slUu-ikni rt.ean-l .!.*:..r. jnd'y,-,, Jo ,1,1. l.ave to p. out of the lu-UM-to ^L-I it !• \x-ul la^t vuil f.T y.-;ir> mill J.!-..I«T CHIT, wi'l will MVII itself 1:1 a.^Iyt lulls tef ••'•ii(-i over 11i'e— E'n^'irie IW.s Iu .e ruri-1 il^iiwiiids m.l v.-ill core >,.« ifyou will onlyeive ita tnal, as tin- iii-ny lr<uir.oiila« wl'icii >vo |iublulun ourcatalofue "'"''""'' YOU RUN NO RISK IN DEAUNE WITH US. \V»> do not a»l: J'cu twsrnii »ni ruoiifv In ndtanrv. If you want PHP of thpse ! •£•!:• v.-e are ]H?n"pci.y willinc to M'liti il :-> yo«r lu-ntt'st exi'JvssfffiLi?, C. 0. D., so Lii jl vn-4 1^^111 ^('<- arid fXaiiiilit n 'n'<* t>* any ci-sl. jn»t llir s.iinc ^> li Vk'U camo into our ffiicei-r 1:0 ii.to.iuy Mt>ro. nail Jf yuu u!r t - [t-rfcctJy sjuyficO with it, l>ay llmei- l!t-' ^•t'urii^l H> HJ Car. any fairer oScr l>r niatii- you l!i-ll Uli>? W* are tln-oyly ri^rn-fartunri of Klrciric H-i-.- who M-ml Krits C. 0. D., \rilliottt n>hi«R on* cr-iil iu ativancc If vouwis.li tosriid C4i.h M-ith orilt-r \VP ivjll prrpij 1 >ll rxprcwt cJiMfCS ajiJ tiiiarantrt tlic Belt t^ 1-pvsactJv u» rci'rr:-«ul,.'ti, i>r forfeit flW.iO, WE HAVE HOW OFFERED YOU AN OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR LIFE ami it vou do mil accept it yt-u may lx- sor:y f-*r n. ^ we shall i-.cv.-r upa;it olfcr this Ife-lt ni tiieh a price. H NCCIUS iweJles't to wiy DiHt we »n? pn^Uiiiiup k los* on t-vcri Bell w* sell :it ihe atx>vc i»ricc, hta it is clu>a|H-r lo introduce U*m in »<w localities in tiiis way than to n-ud travcliinJ «»«.'ii to doit for us. If you waul O30 of these ix-lLs OTJT? OTTTT OOXT^POJStf' and wnd lo ns witli your wai>t niruuiv iu welter. Don't delay. Ord« today if xNaible, otherwise you mny furpetit. DR. HORNF. ELECTRIC BELT & TRUSS Go. 112-114 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO, ILL., U.S.A. P. **.—If y< m l.iivv.. non^for .in Klectric Ik-It ptc;isc hand or mail this adver*. .ispincnt V.i souif ont" Uiat you know, who is not ci^joyiliE p«xl health. By doing I tins vt.u will faviir them o.i>i Us. We wint ft g L na *{;ent ill every locality to whomT w«c!mgiv.»M*adycmp]oV!iient. W*onJ>* enij>Joy tliow M'ho hav« U50Q our Belts | and can sp#nk of tlicir iii^riti CroUl personal cx]x>rifnce. R1CFEKESCES:—As to our reliability w r*>ftr to any ExprsrtConipfc any Bank in Cl^icato, an*, tlso luuny tliousainJs aH ov.-r tJi« Doited Stotei ^ our Electric EI?HS ufid A|r]ilianrcs during the past SQy«ani. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE ia Limitei Arrangements have been perfected for a line of Semi-weekly Pullman Yestibuled, Double Drawing Room, and Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and Lo sAngeles, Cal., running through without change, These cars will leave St. Louis every "Wednesday and Saturday night at 0 :00 p. m., arriving at Los Angles, Saturdays and Tuesdays at 5:50 p. m. A Buffet Smoking Car and Dinning Car are attached to this train at Kansas City, running through to Pacific Coast without ( change. Only three days from Logansport to Los Angeles, via this line. For berth reservations etc., call on or address KATHERIXE GRET. fluous Husband" and "A ilan With a Past." This season Miss Grey created the part of Lydia in "A Southern Romance" at the Fifth Avenue theater, New York city, and then signed to play the Chinese slave girl in "The First Born." OCTAVUS COHEN. New York. Possibilities of Stage Lighting- In Fanny Davenport's new play, "A Soldier of France," the possibilities of lighting effects on the stage are demonstrated to a marked degree. Comparatively few years ago such elaborate results would have been impossible save at enormous expense, and it is doubtful if any sum of money could have accomplished some of the beautiful changes which are seen. In the first acr, representing a French landscape, the scene ORTEI •ITTLE IlVER [PILLS SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by these little Pills. They also rdicre Distress from Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating, A perfect remedy for Dizimess, Nausea, Drami. new, Bad Taste in the Monti, Coated Tonfna Pain in the Side, TORPID LIVER. Tlef Regmlatt ths Bowds. ¥«rdy Vegetatto. Ml. Small •ma! Mo*. W.HBJIS3S.R, Log-ansporl, Ind. tioohnay. changing slowly to the afternoon effects, with a passing thunderstorm, and finally resolving itself into twilight and then moonlight. All this is accomplished so gradually that the spectator is not aware when one degree of light fades into the other. There lire some other very beautiful utilizations of lights, notably in the French camp on the heights above the city of Paris, where the perspective is admirably brought out, and where the darkness of night slowly merges into dawn, and Joan goes forth to battle at the head of her forces. This effect is brought about by numerous lights stationed in the wings and in the front of the house, some of them electric and others calcium. Corn and Cotton With a Roctt. Old Hiram Howard of Saline county was the champion corn raiser of central Missouri some years ago. His fields •were amazing. When the crop -was ready to "lay by," old Himm hitched a horse to a flat rock and set a boy driving up and down the rows. The rock left a layer of fine, packed dust. That dust not only closed the soil pores and kept the moisture below from coming up, but it absorbed moisture from the soil above. The five weeks' drought imperiled the cotton fields of Arkansas this year. A northern man was perplexed by the con - flidang advice of his native neighbors, some of whom told him to cultivate, while others recommended that the soil be left alone. He came to Mr. Strother, and the latter, recalling Hiram Howard's trick, said: "Follow neither. Get a flat rock, hitch a horse to it and let your boy drive through the cotton rows." The northern man got two flat rocks, and boring holes in them fastened one behind the other and had them hauled tandem between the rows. When cotton was wilting in all of the adjoining fields of the natives, the plant stood fresh, and bright on the land of the north- ener. The neighbors came, and poking through the dnst found the soil underneath thoroughly damp. They concluded : "That doggoae rock of Strother's must have done its work.''—St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Hard to Locate. While the Republicans are talking »bout indorsements at the administration will they point to a Republican state that increased its majority or a state ihat went for Bryan last year that was carried by the Bepublican party this year? We are -willing to give the administration credit for any indorse- ment that it has received, but have not yet been able to locate on*. ,- The Central Passenger Association IOOU Mile Interchangeable Rebate Ticket Is forialc at principal Ticket Offices o The Pennsylvania Lines. It is honored one year from date of sale, for Exchange 1 ickete over either of the following named Lines: Ann Arbor. Baltimore & Ohio, Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern, Chicago & Eastern Illinois, Chicago &;WescMichigan, Cincinnati Jt Musklngum Valley. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton, Cleveland & Marie rta, Cleveland, Canton & Souihern, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. L Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling, Cleveland Terminal & Valley, Columbus, Hoc-King Valley & Toledo, Columbus, Sandusky & Hocking, | Detroit; i Cleveland Steam navigation, Detroit. Grand Rapids & Western, Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley & fitiBburg. E-jansvllle & Indianapolis, Evnsville & Terre Haute. Findliiy. Fort Wayne & Western. Flint £ Pere Marquette, Grand Hapi^e & in-iiaua, Indiana. Decatur & Western, Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Louisville & Nathville. Between LoulsvlUe it Cincinnati and between St. L and Evansville Louisville, Evansville & 8t Louis, Louisville, Henderson & St Louis, Michiean Central, j New Yoik, Chicago 4; St Louis, Ohio Central Lines. ' r Pennsylvania Lines West of Pittsburg, Feoria, Decatur fcKvansvUle, Plttsburg & Lake Erie. Pittsbure it Western, Pittsburg. Lisbon & Western, Toledo, St Louis &. Kansas Citj Vandalia Line, Wabasli Railroad, Zanesville i Ohio river. The price or th> se tickets are Thirty Dollars each. They are not transferable 't tie ticket is used in its entiretj and exclusively by the original purchaet-r, a rebate of Ten Dollars it paid by the Commiegionerof the Central PM- senger Association, E. A. Ford, Gen. Pass. Agt. Pittsburg, Pa Sept 30,1897 IKE NEW WOMAN DR. Pennyroyal Pills SAFE, SURE AND RELIABLE a'lv recommended to MarriedLadles. ' sp . Ask your drugeist, for Pwrln'* PMRJTMI PWf ooly , and ikke no other. They are the , Sure and Hellablt Female Pill. Price, tlMpet box. Sent by mail upon receipt of prtco. Address all orders to advertised agent*. PERRIN MEDICINE CO.'. NtW YOBK. Bold bj B. F. An/one who stiffen from that terrible plague, Itching Piles, will appreciate the Immediate relief and permanent core that comes through the me of Dean's Ointment. It nerer fails.

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free