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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, July 23, 1896
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Gladness Comes ith a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys- RECKLESS WOMAN'S RIDE. One.l Mor Life trtho~Telo E rapH and an ObncrvluB Operator. "There is moaiy a curious incident iu the daily experience ol railroad men that would make interesting reading', said as old train dispatcher to u Chicago Tribune reporter the other day. "Here's a- sample: , . , • "1 am working: 'third trick,' which .3 the hours from midnight to eight a. m., and one niglit last winter was sit- tin ff there, mechanically listening- to the reports of tho operators along- ^o line 'jotting them down on the tram Eheet, and arranging meeting places m the usual monotonous round. ^ncii the operator at V reported the cjpp«r- ture of No. 0 from that station he add- Mrs. lihodle Noalvof this place, *as taken in the nlpht with cramping pains and the next day diarrhoea set in. She look half a bottle of blackberry cordial but sot no relief. She then sent to me to see It' I had auythlns that would -help her. I scut her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and the first close relieved her. Another of onr neighbors had boon sick "for about a week and had tried different remedies for diarrhoea, but kept getting worse. I sent him this same remedy. Only four doses of it were required' to cure him. He says be owes, his recovery to this wonderful remedy, -Mrs, Mary Sihley, Sidney, Mich. For sale by B. F. Kcesllag, druggist. AN EXCITING^ BATTLE. Two Indian* StulTloim FlRlit Until One I» Killed. An oxcitii:? battle, was fought between two vicious stallions in a stab.e on the farm o CD. K.Simons, cast of M.- paraiso. Iiul,, the other afternoon. One of the animals, a coal-black Morgan, broke its halter, and going to the stall where a handsome bay Hambletoninn v.-fts t,ic<l, mndu a..vicions attack on him- The l-ay, after being bitten in several places, managed to get loose and turned TRAIN'S WILD FLIGHT. A Truo Instance of Terrible "Death at tho Throttle.' 1 Fast j:a'.l Train I'.n'-.lic* L':>on mo Draw- bfidicu ui i;ur;in,;lon. In., \Vill:out W:;tt,iu£ -3'-' > l jlK'ial.w " ^"t 1 " nuer't Sad 1'ul.o. ' ud the^ysto^lsrcsiiliir, laxatives or Keep Cool by Using THE KELLY Shower Bail) RING Hot Water . , . : Proof Hose J3 Fxprissld, 25c. Prevents Wetting Bead Floor or Walls. ~~ --.•-_;j^-' Bornless Wnter Closets. -"•^f Send for Catnlofne Proof WKter Closets. Felt-Acting Wuter Closets, Kelly Stop and Waste Cock, THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. 301 Madison Street, Chicago. FIRST GRAND EXCURSION -TO- NIAGARA FALLS AND TORONTO, Wednesday, July 22nd. "BIG FOUR" ROUTE. SWUNG HERSELF ABOARD. ed that, just as it started a hack drove furiously up to tho station, a woman carrying a small handbag sprang: OUT., in carryng run. across the platform, and catching the raJlinpr of the- rear coach swung: herself aboard and clung there. "Well, No. C is our limited, and doesn't 'stop between V and X, a distance of -15 miles. The rear coach is n. vostibulcd sleeper with locked doors. Not a. soul aboard the train was aware of tlie woman's presence, and aJl the hold she had was one narrow step for her feet and tho railing- to cling- to. "It was two a. m., cold and frosty, and the speed there is 50 miles an. hour, KO you can see why visions of a mangled female came before my eyes for a minute. However, all I replied was: '1 am glad she made the train.' And then a, quickly as I could I called up the operator at B, ten miles below F , and o-ave him orders to flag No. 0 ami ttll the conductor to look for the woman on the rear coach. . "Well she w»s there— safe and sound, handbag and all, but how she managed it puzzles me yet. I never learned whether she was old or young, or what the pressing errand that mode her ^is* life imd limb in that way. It would be interesting- to know what her thoughts were during- that wild ride, and whether she was thankful for her rescue, or onlv angry at the heartless ra.lrowls for'locMns their doors. She probably wasn't aware thai tho trajn was stopped .solely on her account, but there is ono sure thing-she owed hci life to tho chance glance of that i operator out of the window as ^o. 6 pulled out." Last summer one of our graudehil- dven was sick with a severe Dowel trouble Our doctor's remedies bad failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very speedy relief. We regard i-t as the best medicine ever put on the market for bowel complaints—Mrs. E. G. Gregory, Frederlckstown, Mo. Tills certainly is the best medicine ever put on the market for dysentery summer complaint, colic a ad cholera lafan- tum in children. It never fails to give prompt relieC when used in reasonable time and the plain printed directions are followed. Many mothers have expressed their sincere gratitude tot the cures it has effected. For sale by B. F. Keesling, druggist. LighJuiiiK struck the Madison Hotel, at Madison, ripping up a section of. the slate roof and dolnsf considerable damage, besides wiusiiiK uo little al.-Kiu to Kiicsts and employes. A number of fine shade trow were blown down. TWO LIVES SAVED. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas,- of Junction Ciiy,lil.,was told by her doctors she had consumption, and tha.f tiherc was uo hope for her, but two botUes'of Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her, and sho'snys it saved her life. Mr. Tihos, ESROTS, 130 Florida St., Sari Francisco', suffered from- a dreadful cold ajiprcucliiiiK consumption, tried without i'rcsnJit everything else then bought oiie battle f>C Dr. King's New Discovery and -in two weeks was curi He is naturally thankful. It is such results of which these nre samples, that prove the wonderful results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful eirtcacy of this medicine - in couiili* and colds. F«e (rial bottles at B. F. KccsUng's drag store. Uesula (jiTeOOcamlSl.OO. . The Union Supply ami Hardwir company, one o£ the largest oil enrols concerns in the State, with headq.inr ters at Bluftton, has sold its possession to the National Supply company. Th deal intlndos eleven supply stores. tbe "Falls" never cease Oar patron, In torn„ jear, X*o« tb« ««eU«nt auullt, ot these 'Big your" eicurslons, M Ibis Hue I« the direct natur- alKute to tbe "Foils" Yin Buffalo and tl.o accommodations lupnb. Solid trains ot »««ni BDCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world :oi cuts, orulses, pores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever •ores, tetters, chapped bands, cl-.llbln.lna 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. BIO FOUR ROUTE. E. O. McCorrnlck, .D.B.Martin Pass. Traffic Mgr. ; FOR THE BLOOD, NERVES, LIVER —AND— KIDNEYS. •I B. B. B. B. cured roe of n bud case of Liver and Kidney Trouble. Yours, JOHN SrlCKXEMIEBE, Lebanon, 'Intl. 4 B B B B are purely vegetable. Put up in capsules, sixty in a box. Thirty days' treatment in a box. Price $1 per box, or six for $5. ; Manufactured by H. C. BRAGO, IConnersvHIe, Ind. | For sale by all druggists. A trout of Uie LoehWvea species welshing 11% po^ids ajid measurin 2 foot" 7 inches in length and lOVt in RlrWi, was .rcceitly t;iUen iu horn Loch. P.». * Octet L# We are anxious to » a little good IB this world and can think of no pleasanter or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected cnlds.-Jno. M. Johnston. OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine ro-tila.te tao bowels and kidneys wil fiud the true remedy In Electric Bitters This mediieiEO does not stimulate an contains no'whiskey nor other Intox cants, Imt acts as a tonic and aitorative It acts mildly on the stomach and Iwv els adding strength and giving tone t the organs, thereby aiding nature in th performance'ol the l-uiictions- Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old People find it just rxactily what they need. Price fifty teats and $100 per bottle at B. F. Kccs- lins's drug stove. THE BATTLE ROYAL, on its assailant. • Then began a battle royal- The brutes went at each other with all the fury of angry lions. Although the bay was the more power! ul of the two animals, it had a very formidable opponent in the black, and the two animals fought for over an hour before tbe latter succumbed. The frightful •ries of the infuriated beasts attracted 112 owner and a number of neighbors, ut owing to the fury of the battle they ould not interfere until the black was anqui-shod, and then they had to lasso In; bay and beat him with clubs, whips nd pitchforks before they could get iui to leave the body of his foe, which he was stamping into a shapeless mans. The black had the flesh torn from his body in over -10 places, und in several of hem the bones could be seen. The bay •as also terribly bitten by its vjn- mished foe. The black died from its vouiuls and the loss of blood. The au'mials were valued atSt.500 each. The nterior of the stable after the baUle oolied as though a cyclone had struck t. , ANOTHER EGYPT. L'ob» May Become Louden In Clrnlai of Debt tlho Her Ancient Sinter. Letters from Madrid show that neai-- lY all the sources of Spanish revenue are farmed out for Ion? terms. I he Rothschilds, in return for advnnc.nfr $17500.000 to the treasury, have obtained control of the Almnden quicks!,- VMT mines for 3-1 years; the tobacco monopoly, the stamp duties, the state lotteries, the succession Duties and the match and salt tasea will all be fanned out Tin' finance minister is hoping: by these concessions to case up the financial situation and to Militate a new lyn of $100.000.000 in the autumn ior covering tbe expenses of the Cuban war when all other sources have failed. !„ is a desperate expedient. Cuba, may become another Egypt, plastered over with European liens, before the ruinous strug-g-le ends.^ Great Irfun W»" H* There was a. Ca-lifornian in Los Gatoa •>5 years ago who died and left the income of S900 to buy caady for the school children. The fund is still faithfully administered, and in Los Gatos that man is bigger than Washington. Smalt Salary. The members of the Fulton (Mo.) fire eparfmont receive one dollar per inonth salary. Death on the while horse found a modern counterman the other morning in "death at the-throttle" of tbe.great engine drawiujr the Uurlington fast mail from Chieug'o to Omaha. When the train left Chicago at-thrce o'clock in the morning the young-eng-i- ,iwr in chiirge was N'. 13. Oiddings. late]v of f.;ali;sbur fe ', 111. It was Oidilings steady nerve and iiriu hand thatpiloted the jrreat mail iruiu as far us the Mississippi bouom lands in Illinois, but aflcr Uiut at a. point nine or- ten miles from the river, the demon of death sat on the right hand side of the cab and urged the train on to almost, certain destruction. Big"sville and Gladstone were left behind the. flying train, without the cus- tomarv signals having been, given. Down'the grade to the approach to the Burlington bridge, where usually a stop is made, the train flew with accelerated speed. Sam Main, fireman, grew restive as regulation after regulation was disregarded by his chief, and the train was about to make its meteor plunge on the bridge, going at the rate of a mile a minute. The engine boiler extended back through the cab so t.hat he could not see the engineer from his station at the fircholc, but he felt ccrta-in something was amiss. He climbed around and found Ola- dings lying apparently asleep with his head on. tho window ledge. He caJled, but could not rouse him, and it was'only when, he got within reach of the engineer that he realized his condition and the frightful danger confronting the train. To apply the air brake and reverse the engine was his first instinctive act, but the momentum the train had developed carried it on as 51 nothing could stop it. It shot upon the bridge ay: Of severest trial and test prove in rcsar J to Hood's Sarsaparilla 1st, Greatest Merit I Secured by n peculiar Combination, Proportion- and Process unknown to others-wbich • naturally and actually produces 2 d, Greatest Cures Shown by thousands of honest, voluntary testimonials — winch naturally and actually produce : 3 d, Greatest Sales! According to the statements ot I druggists all over the country. .' . In these three points Hood's '' Sarsaparilla. Is peculiar to itself. Hood Sarsaparilla Is tbe best-It Is the One True Blood Purifle: — ,n-tt are the onlyJ> 1IIS HOOUS PlllS with Hood's Sarsaparll ^•x ma HEAD ON THE WINDOW LEDGE. tr,:U ids- -FO.H HAJ*K 1W~ H. F. IvEESMNG, Druggist. Iu the Otuit court at Munoie '. •wills *prc hoard asking a' new for Francis GaHaphcr, who was tencccl to il yeans for MltoS two durtoK a .In u T <en. row. \t Audei'son, Thtonms Reed, Fondloiou v i\f arrested, cbnrgod. with being the lender of a gang of counter feitr/rs. Spurious coin was found on him. . PIAN YOUR SUMMER OUTING NOW-GO TO PICTURESQUE M-VCK1NAC VIA TUB COAST LINE. It only costs $13.50 from Detroit, 15 50 from Toledo, $18.00 from Cleveand for the round trip, Including meals and berths. One thousands miles of lake ride on new modern steel teamers for the above rates. Se»d 2c •or Illustrated pamphlet. Address • . A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A. Detroit, Mich. D. & C. SUMMER SERVICE MACKINAC. Their.new steel passenger steamers *n in commission, making .four;trips per week between Toledo, Detroit, Macklnac, Soo, Petoskey. Dulnth. If TOO are contemplating a swniner outing •end 2c stamp for illustrated pamphlet. Vddress A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A. Detroit, Mich. UfONPERFUU a™ the cures by WW Hood's Sarenparilla, and yet they simple and natural. Hood's Sarsa. -- makes FUR! BLOOD. It would be hard to convince a man suffering from bilious colic that his agony 'is due to a mlscrobeiwltb an un- pronouncable name. But one. dose of DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure will convince him of its power .to afford In- itart relief. It bills .paln--John M.John iton. • • ; The Boston, •&-Matoe railroad is. 1 hav Ing an "annual, cloarancc" of .employes who v'tett drinking shops. .-.,;• | " Persons who nave, a coughing! , •every nlglrt, on account of. a tickling sensation In the throat, may overcome It at once by a dose-of One MtnuV Cough Cure.—Jno. ; M."Johnston. '• -.:.i: The last words of Sir 'Augustus. ris were, "Do not -let any one dteturl me. 1 wait a longrlong rest;" ; ,, : , -,„«« -r, J«» b ' to* la breakingr to said DeWJitt's Little Early Riser to the man WBO nad taken them to arouse •-••" *' '•-' '" • -.•jfltaurtwv; .. , &^m&K^^^m^s£smiii^Miiii^ Pass the good word along the line Piles can oe quickly cared without an operation by simply applying DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvf.-Jno. M. Johnston. Twenty new paper making machines arc to bo added to the NOT' England niilJs this year, each machine having : capacity o'C tiCtccn tons daily. Small in size, but great in rtsults DeWitt's Lltfle Early Risers net gently but thoroughly, curing indigestion., dy a pepsla and constipation. Small pill safe pill, best. pill. , Tie- Frftniaou' Boiling Hiffi has' signed .tlie scale and the -plant ha been eiarted wiUi 150 imen-. . The plan has been eliundbwnj.sev.eral weeks. WHEREVER MALARIA EXISTS The bilious arc 4-ts certain prey. In in- 01-mitten.t and remittent. lever, dmnb- ,guo and a?ne cake, the liver is always wrfously affected, and the Wood coa- aminated with tile. One of the ehioC reasons why Hostettcr'a Stomach jBit- ers is such a sure defense against chills owl fever and every form of malarial Iteoase, is, tliat it does awny with.liabll- ty to the disease, by rofovming Irreg- nlaritly of tho biliarj- organ in advance o£ the arrival o£ the season vrhcn- tht lisease Is prcvnlcn*.' There .is no visit- in- or emigrating to a locality vrbew- no nriasma fimt exists. There is -no. certnin invmmiity from disease in -ftn audomic or epidemic form, to be secured V>y the use «I-thc average tonics nmd ara'ti-spasmodics. But where quinine fails the Btttci* .succeeds both iu preventing awl curing. Moreover, It removes every vestige of dyspepsia, and overcomes constipation, rheumatism, in- •ic'lvity of flic kidneys and bladder, nnd tranotinizcs and strengthens the n«rv- ous system. "Wlat is flie complexion- of tho .Tcr- gcy const?" asked Uic English geologist of Professor nox. of Now York. ".Sandy", said Pj-offesor Rox.-Hairei''s Bazar.. . : with its terrific speed unabated, and the steel structure creaked and rattled and groaned as the bounding, lurching train traversed its length. Had tbe draw span been swung lor repairs or to allow the passage of boats, or had there chanced to be an outgoing train, or other obstruction on the bridge a terrible wreck of both bridge and train could not have been averted by any human agency. The bridge superintendent's force at the draw-span engine-room were, terror-stricken for the security of tbe draw-span, ns the wild running tram came on without its customary warn- "fireman Main's face was as pale as that the Engineer Giddings, on whose brows the dews of death were gathering. At the Iowa, end of the. bridge. there is a; sharp curve, the junction of anothe- line of road, and a network ot switches. If the s]>ced of the runaway fast mail could not be materially lessened on the bridge it was certain it •would- crash into the fac* of the. lime- A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co| "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. aver the Sunset Route-New Orlean to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICtb. Thd joperior accommodations given tt^ great number of patrons of tbe aboyd 'irmto during the past tourist season] Wj^rrantg the announcement of planij !»r nest season of finer service wltr .tqulpment superior to anything ye .mown in transcontinental traffic. Look for eartj re-inaugnration •SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunse Acute" in connection with the "Queen »nd Crescent. Route" are running tbcj >nly line 'of through tourist Tullma keepers leaving Cincinnati ever Thursday evening for Los Angeles and ten Francisco. . These excursions are sftecially conj Incted, and the object is V. enable tho*-* "who do not care to buy the first-clas -onnd trip or one way tickets, to en'~ i, comfortable ride with sleeping privileges and no change of cars at tfc -r*ry low second-class rate. • . For further Information, address V»l 0. CONNOR, Commercial Agt S. PI ,lo., Cincinnati, O. I W. G. NEIMTER, G. W. Agt. S. PJ lo., Chicago, 111. B. P. MORSE, G. P. A, T. Agt 3,«o., New Orleans, La. •would- cras no . stone bluff, jump the trade at. the curve, or telescope a train at the junction or m •the.pards, -Fireman Main stuck to his post, while the clerks in the six mail cors sa-t helpless, with blanched. facas, and wondered what .the end of the wild ride, would be. . . . . . . Down by the roundhouse . Mam. brought his engine to a stop, and it was quickly surrounded •% trainmen and officials, who had been amazed :at tbe fearful-race news the bridge.; . • The,«ituation was explained whenthe almost lifeless body o-f Engineer Gid•din-s was lifted from the cab and laid upoa tae ground. As he still breathed be was 'taken 'to St. Francis hospital. where l:c died before the surgeons could complete oven a hasty examination. The skull npon' the left side' was 'crushed and, strange to say, there was not evea a scraich upon the sl;in_ -There- had, however, beeu a profuse hemorrhage from the brain through tbe nostri.s, and tho clothes of the dead man, as. also his call, were covered with blood. The natural supposition is that biddings loo.ned from-Ws' cab window to take a backward loolc oadtliataslicdid so his h«Ml came in contact witn a 'water-crime', mail-sack catcher or Graham &Mortoi TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHH CAGO. CONNECTING WITH I THE VANDALIA RAIL- WAT AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and contlnnln mtll abo-Jt Sept. 30th the steamers otl ihls line will make two trips each w«yl dally between St. Joseph and Cb5cago,| »n the following schedule: L«ave St. Joseph at 450 p. m I0:30p.:ni:,-da!ly, Including Sunday. Leave Chicago.at 9:30 a. m. and 11:30 p. ro., daily, including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at § a. m., and'leave Chicago at 2 p. m- finnning time across lake 4 hours. Tri-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St. Joseph Monday, Wednesday »nd Friday eyfenlugs. The "equipment of this line Includes !h« side wheel steamers City of Chicago ind City of Milwaukee (the largest anfl •nest west of Detroit), and the newly, rebuilt propeller City of L 0 " 1 "™^ Service first-class. Connections with a randalia trains. Tickets on sale at all .fandalia Line stations. Chicago dock foot <* Wabnsh avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Preg., Benton Harbor; Mich. :,. :rr-,. 1 > _ ': s The rlntcnie I'itching 'nnd' smarting; iucj dent.to;ecsieina,.tetter, sJt.rhenm ) .andotnei oftheiBkin, is instantly; allayed by •Chamberlain's,; Eyo , and ; Skin '- .efficient fo« 'edy .for-sore rnipples^chn.-., ' d, chronic :: BOW I eyes. VTOSI bite^.^nnd... chronip;;Bg l y! e 7** e;by : 'dro(jgists at\'2S oeiitB.jier.boi.' : •trjjff. C^y'»C«ndiaon]Po^tojith^r When we conslclcr that tbe intestines are about five times'as long as the body, we can realize the Intense suffering experienced when they become Inflamed. DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Curelsub- dues inflammation at. once and completely removes the difficulty.-Jno..M. Johnston. .'', Seven colleges have eoiif erred thp do-'; ,gree of LL.. D^.'on Gen. Francis^'A.' ,Walker, .presMcnt bl the 'sctw. Institute .-of ~ •x -.pass' the : 'goba a word : along tn'e • line. '••• •'-••' • icUly cored' •without an. 'P'fles can 1 be operation by ihply PeWltfs ..ohiuiton;.' . ji^w ,fnr- the,'train ran with the'dcad man in-control,', may never be loio^vn. Had "the train arrived at the'bndge a minute%ooner it would have gone tx^^^^^ a boat 'through. ,.. , on»<o A few days, apo a young. couple arrived ot Portland, Me.; from • oito* Ibey. or, . .married by , a . . clergyman, -«rooia tendered tbe. -. Going For A LakeTrip? Yon'H fully en.Joy all of Its dcllehi' If youtake one of ino --ASE- MICHIGAN AOT) LAKE SUPERIOR TRAHSPORTAHOM CO'S> aEGAHT^STIAMSHIPS. S.!Un«i betw««.CIilc««o «nd Jrtjekliw" 1 [sl»ndlo*r tUBM *v«ry wfOtityi.^ Tmoa on' B .,ri<Je .the !0 <nrt day,' and the . ;±lou Via accepted., The.ypungma.pald 'the livery bill nnd, his howl bill .withi ' ort checks'. They proved to « . Mid the check given the *** . . * • __ 1 __ .*•!(•,/ Mia tnO cnec* jfi»ci«.w"-'—— —. d,, returned^,mi>rk«d "no fuM«, ^fcg^^s^;?::fjrT--Brt^fefe^

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