Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 14, 1897 · Page 23
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 14, 1897
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1897 DECEMBER. 1897 Su. 5 12 19 26 Mo. 6 13 20 27 Tu. 7 14 21 28 We. 1 8 15 22 ~29 Th. 2 9 16 23 30 Fr. 3 10 Tz 24 31 Sa. 4 11 18 25 i MAGlCALLt EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOR WEAK KEN i ID DP POISON A QDCni AI TV i>rimar y. Sec f\ Ui ^L^dlf^^*! • ondaryorTer- tlary ULUOO FOISON permanently cured Inl5to35 days. You can be treated at homeforsame price under sumo jrnnraa* ty. Uyou prefer to ccmehero we wlllcon- tract to pay railroad farcuadbotolbnin.und nochtrge. If we fail to cure- If you have taken mercury, iodide potash, and still have- aches and Mine, MucoasPatches in mouth. Sore Throat, tlmplen. Copper Colored Spots, Ulcers on •DT Dart of tho body, llalr or Eyebrows f.-il line out, it li this Secondary BLOOD POISON wo guarantee to cure. We solicit tho most obstinate cages and challenge the world for 3 E»« we cannot cure. Tiila disease has nl* yo (Bedthe KkHl of the most eminent pliysi- tianH. S5OO.OOO caoltal behind our unconditional sniiranty. Absolute proofs Bent sealed ou •rollcatlon. Addren« COOK KEIWIEDY CO «331Uuoiilo Temple, CHICAGO, "allure impossible; Rgeno barrier. No_C.O.__p. scheme.^ ^ MIAQARA ST. <. Y. No u. >J- !-•• ™-" ci "i:_ ERIE MEDICAL CO.. flflvErfcisinj, HUH SEXUAL VITALITY f manhooa-the Pride o« which IB the both old nliood, shattered nerves, und •exual power who can bo cured by our Magical Treatment which may be tnfcrn at homo under our direct! or-we will pay F, E. Tnro and hotel bllia *_ ™--who wish to ccmo here, if wo fall to cure. We have prescriptions, free cure or C- 0 - 0 ;,^.^? feoma i., Omafc , ASK THEM, If You want Information About Home-Seekers' Excursion. Ticket Agents of the Pennsylvania Lines will furnish Information regarding Home- Seekerg' Excursions to various points In the Northwest, West. Southwest and South. It will pay to investigate if you contemplate a trip. Apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent, or address W. W. Kichardson District Passenger Atent Indlanapolis.Ind Have the goods to advertise. Tell your story plainly in the newspaper that the people read, and in language they will easily understand, and among others prserve the following Advertising Points: Profitable advertising results from o-ood goods being offered well. Give your rival's advertising at- lention, but give your rival no advertising. Advertising prestige is hard to win, but not hard to lose. It is easiest sustained. The add should be so plain that it will be understood by a reader of little understanding. Your advertising should be complete in itself. To secure the best results, use the DAILY and WEEKLY PHAEOS. with its large circulation in both city and county. «i«y Adjusted Matter* to the S»tUf«*- tlon of AU roar. "There are two couples/' said the bright old lady to the Detroit Free Press man, "who are happy as the day is long, and yet their story is almost beyond crediting. But for the gocc common sense of one of the brothers there would have been four lives spoiled. "Before Harry went abroad to rturty he was engaged to Nettie. Harry was always given to joking, and wrote his old aunt a letter, in which be intimated that he had found his fate in a charm- Ing French girl. It was imposs/o'.a for the aunt to keep such astounding news, and it soon reached Nettie. Harry's brother Jim had always liked Nettie, and, believing the story sent over by j the absent joker, caught her oa th-2 rebound. "WTjen Harry came honid end heard that Nettie and Jim were to be married the blow was :i hard one, in>t he stood it like a man and pitied his brother. Of course Harry treated Nettie rather cavalierly. It was a month before he congratulated uer at aU. and then his way of doing it was far from kind. Nettie was just as sarci-st.ie in congratulating him upcn nis engagement to 'Um Fren-v'. girl,' but when be iDfermsd her that there was no such engagement and cover harl bpen she fled precipitately, yet not before Harry had seen that the news came to her as a terrible shock. Meantime Nettie had a beautiful cousin come to visit her and Jim made an uncondi- ' tlonal surrender to her charms. He had liked Nettie, but he was unmistakably in love with the cousin. Harry- thought he understood the situation and had a frank talk with Jim. Then there were confere«»ces within the four till they became the jolliest quartet in the county. At length there was a double wedding. No hint had been given of a change in pro-am, bul •when it came to the ceremony Harvy stood with Nettie and Jim with il:e cousin. The preacher was inclined to oalk, and Nettie's father insisted that the young people aad lest their minds. But they would be married and married they were. They were the wisest lovers I ever knew." THOUGHTS 1-50M SERMONS. Suffering.—It is not pain that is to be pitied so much as mistake; not conscious suffering, but courses that breed future suffering.—Rev. J. L. Surtees, Methodist, Camden. N. J. Money.—It ft a difficult thing to take care of money. The thief is licensed, and it is beyond explanation how property in this world changes hands.—Rev. Dr. Hammond, Methodist, Atlanta, Ga. Evil Spectacles.—The young men >-ho are going out from the opened gates of our universities see confronting tbem the spectacle of evil triumphant—Rev. W. R. Huntington. Episcopalian, New York city. Italics.—The young writer runs to Italics. The man with partisan spirit in religion over-emphasizes things and weighs down life with oppressive sen- ausness.-Rev. A. J. Wells, Unitarian, in Francisco, Cal. Light for Mankind—Men in this age do not spend time looking for a candle; there must be a lighthouse large enough to be seen and brilliant enough to attract.—Rev. G. W. Mead, Presbyterian, New York city. Appreciation.—A man may own the products of art by payment for tbem, but his poor neighbor, whose tastes are cultivated, will own them more truly than their legal owner.—Rev. Dr. Valentine, Lutheran, Gettysburg, Pa, Character.—Character building will endure forever. Death will not change It. Our bodies will be changed—our character will remain forever the same. Build wisely.-Rev. S. S. Waltz, Lutheran. Louisville, Ky. WONDERFUL MEDICINE FREE! PROMPTLY SENT TO EVERY MAN WHO NEED* A GENERAL BRACING UP. If Brings Perfect Manhood io All. The Greatest Discovery of th« Famou* PHYSICIANS' INSTITUTE, of Chicago, III. GRATUITOUSLY, GLADLY SENT to all men who n*»d it and who will write for It. A large percentage of the men of today are sadly In need of the right kind o'f medtol tre^ment lor weakness peculiar to me*. Many eue. •» due to«rtv vices others to excesses, while many of the cases are due to overwork -orrv" d scnerol ner vous debility. It matters not. however, thatthe: cause may have been, the ract still remains that they all reouire proper nedical attention IMMEDIATELY. Write us at oucc, giving a description of your case, and we willprepare ;1 nd tone to every portion and organ of he oodj, "°P^ U thousands ol teslt- to PERFECT MANHOOD. Failure is impossiuia Tilth our melnoo. monials from all over the world. READ WHAT THESE PATIENTS SAY: PAyyi'd'aHJ* Institute, Ckitapo: , WASH., March 23.1396 POINTED PARACRAf»HS. fAvmCions injfininr, ^i-miyv, -™— — . M ^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^i^s^^^^s^f^^f^ CMU Jto Ctod bless you and joar work. \oura tmlj, ^.f-r. - .«,«,«•/.**«,, CTtoH*-- IXJTES. L*-. June 19. BBS. MY DEAR FRiESDS.-PIease accept my thanks for tbe kindness yon haw .>ix iftAti f ?~~- ::_L-*i:r::7;,_ rJ ^ a^H ,-iwir ha* returned. I urn nil (J. o- H**** Inst^: HAW*, S. U. Jaa.2D.m r FNTI.EMEN -I wish to aiprws my hoartfalt thank! for the rw»lt of mj 'Ennsylvanjaljnss. , - Onliy , «i»o«ip- CHICAGO DIVISION DAILY. LwkTe for Chicago's :05 a m ;' 0: 00 a m ;"1 :2S p m GEMS OF THOUGHT. BRADFORD AND COLUMBUS. Le»ve JOT Bradford -1:10 a m;t7:40am: -1:45 r» P d?ord '2:45 a «.; tlO:20 am; •l:20pm;M:16pm. ICFFNEH DIVISION. LwiTe forBttner t8:15 * m; -9:08 a m- 12:06 p m p m: 8:30 a ro Sunday only. RICHMOND AHD CINCISNATI. L»ve lor Richmond -H2;55 am; t5:SO a m; •!:« Arrive SomWohmond «3:30ain: ni:00»m »l:50pm;tlO:50pm. INDIAN \POLI8 AND I.OnigvrL^». LMve for Louisville 12:45 am; *l:10p m. A?rive from touUYllle *2:40 a m; *1:55 p ro. J. A. MOCULLOUOH, Agent, Lograosport, Ind. ,. BAST BOnKD. » Eastern Express d»Uy S;3S a 6 Mfttl »nd Express daily ».« » 4 Atlantic Express daily........ 4 .is o » Fort Wayne -^oco Ex Sunday.... b..'- p 74 Local Freight Kx Sunday •>:!!> p WIST BOUND. 3 Western Express dally - 10:M p 1 Fast Mall Daily *='» P 7 Mall and Ripressdatly --SJ P 5 Paottlo Express daily - iiws a 11 Decatur Aceo Ex-Sundav <_:&> a 75 Local Freight Ex-Sundfty - • :&> a W«8tiID», tfS'i* *: CHILI. 1ST »OUHD. IHIil-Arrlves—. ^:SO P- BAST BOUKD HO. « Le*Te§ »:« »• No. M -—.Leave* »:« P- A Grizzly Bear Is an unpleasant companion -when all means of escape have been cut off. At least so thought Alice and Clara Weldon when they found themselves in this predicament. If you wish to know how they escaped, read The Weldon Estate A Romance of the Western Plaint By Major Alfred R. Calhoun . IN xii. arris VAN DAL! A LINE. Time Tublo, In effect Dec 5.189?. Leave Lonuiwpurt, Imdlanm. If 90, secure O".e of the latest and prf tticsi Two-Steps of t\ c day, by malliojt Ten Cents (silver or stamps' to cover mailing and DOSV age. to t he undersigned for a copy of the BIG FOUR TWO-STEP (Mark envelope "Two Step.) \Ve arc pMngihis music, which is repular fifty-cent stm-t music, at this exceedingly low FOR THE NORTH w . . _.10:S5 a. m. r*u. w««»—«"»""""*""™"^ c.'*\ TI TJ» No. 8 - — s " x Pl "*" FOR THE SOCTH. _7:K> a. m. For complete Time Caul, pMnfr all train* »nd Cottons, and for full Information a« to rite*, through oars. eto., sddrese J. a SDOBWOBTH, agent, Loganeport. or B t. FORD, General Passenger Agent. St. ton. 1 *. Mo. E 0 McCorinick, Passenger; UB1UK tm.1^... — --. **' v - ~ '"^ I Traffic Manager. -Big Four Kouto." Cinctn- cati. O. Mention this paper when you write. EL. & W. Time 1 able, Peru. Ind. Stolid trains between Peorls, and Sanduaky Michlf&n. Dlwn con- It»tw »nd Canada. BOCTH BOCSI> DIPARI NoBln^poUs^P^^O^ (daJ'jeioept Sunday) No »lndpl> Kip ex Sun.... S ;25 p m No»PaMengerexeept&un NolMRoch«« terl ° c&1 » rriTe =«pm except Sunday, MORTB BOUND. All the way From the Missouri River to Buffalo, the Wabash Railroad Operates Trains over its Own Tracks. Having- leased the traces of tie Gran- Trunk Railway between Detroit and Susp«n. »ion Bridge and those ot the Erie H. R, £ro= Suspension Bridge to BulWo, 'ie Wabasn R K will run Its own trains iroa Kansas City Omaha. Des Molne?. Su Louis, Quiccy, Hanni Happiness is everywhere, and its spring is in our own hearts.—Ruskin. Men are equal; it is not birth, but worth that makes the difference.—Voltaire. Sympathy is more than kindness it is kindness that is able to enter into another's feelings, so as in some measure to feel with him.—A. Brown. The art of conversation is to be prompt without, being stubborn, to refute without argument, and to clothe gveat matters in a motley garb.—Disraeli. The only faith that wears well and holds its color in all weather is that which is woven of conviction and set with the sharp mordant of experience. —J. R. Lowell. Books are the legacies that a great genius leaves to mankind, which are delivered down from generation to generation as presents to the posterity o£ those who are yet unborn.—Addl- son. A small circle of usefulness is not to be despised. A light that doesn't shine beautifully around the family table at home is not fit to take a long way off to do a great service somewhere else.—P. Hudson Taylor. Whether any particular day shall bring to you more of happiness or suffering is largely beyond your power to determine. Whether each day of your life shall give happiness or suffering rests with yourself.—George S. Merriam. RECENT INVENTIONS. To prevent the stealing of whips from wagons a newly invented whip socket has a lock which holds a clamp around the butt of the whip. An Ohio man has invented a school desk in which the supports slide in two sockets in tbe base to make it adjustable for large or small pupils. A recently patented nickel-in-the-slot machine polishes shoes, perfumes the clothing, opens a mirror and gives tht user a stick of gum in one operation. To assist in teaching a person to ride a bicycle a pair of handles Is attached to the end of the horizontal saddle post, to be grasped by the t«acher to steady the wheel. Even the brutal Weyler will havs the right to point the finger of scorn at the American people and call them hypocrites if they permit such outrages.—Minneapolis Tribune. We hope the story of the maltreat- jaect of the private soldier in the regular army at Chicago has been exaggerated. If it is literally true, we hava no reason to cry out against the brutality of German officers,—Buffalo Ex- Other people's troubles always bor» ns more than our own. It is usually the theatrical orchestra that drives men to drink—berween tin %cts. At present Canada supplies one- fourteenth of the imported food of Great Britain. "Maine state lager beer" is the wa) they advertise ginger pop at the state fair grounds at Bangor. The government expects to save $35,000 yearly by running its own heating and lighting; plant in the New York postoffice. The very high death rate—40 per 1,000—belongs to the city of Mexico, which although 7,000 feet above the sea, has no drainage system worthy of the name. Reproductions of colonial silverware _ are this season represented not onl? in tea and coffee services, but in trays, water pitchers, candlesticks and other pieces. A Wichita (Kan.) lad was run over by a thrashing machine, and the local newspaper, in speaking of the event,, says: "The great wonder is that his escape was as miraculous as it is." During a bull fight at Carabancel, a suburb of Madrid, the other day. a bull escaped and rushed into the streets, where it injured a number of persons before it was killed by a gendarme. The city of New Orleans often has hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of cotton and other inflammable merchandise piled up upon its levees and many wooden steamers lying by, and yet it does not OWP a single fireboat. A colored boy has started a new industry in a street in Brooklyn through which many trolley cars run. He boards the cars with glasses of lemonade carried ia a tray made of a cigar box. Conductors and motormen, he says, are his best patrons. on medicine, which Is always plainl, sealed. , PHYSICIANS' INSTITUTE, 1751 Masonic Temple, CHICAGO, ILL -IREPLACES OF SNOW. they H»»e au Important Pl»e» In K»- klmo Housea. About the end of January, or when the sun again appears above '.he hod- and New Year leave their winter houses and travel i tickets for the round trip st greatly re- inland 75 to 100 miles to hunt reindeer ! ducgd rates Tickets will be good go- r9 along the upper waters of the lar S 9 date of sale or , ]y) goo a returning FOREIGN PEOPLE. The German novelist, Max Ring, cel- sbrated his 80th birthday a few weeks ago at Breslau. Daniel Valenve, a Sicilian, 102 years of age, who served as a soldier under the first Napoleon, has just died at Naples. It is reported that the empress of Russia will arrive in England on a private visit to the queen in the spring of next year. The czar will not accompany her. Maria Edgeworth once wrote a book entitled "Irish Bulls," and the secretary of the Dublin agricultsfal society ordered a copy, thinking that it treated of live stock. F. V. Woodhouse of Albury, Surrey, . England, who is now 90 years of a?e, ! is the only survivor of the twelve apos- • ties chosea by Edward Irving when he j organized the Catholic Apostolic Here they encamp in large, comfortable snow houses, usually dug out in a solid snow-drift. Like all Eskimo winter houses, these are entered by means of a long, low tunnel; and opening out of one side of this tunnel thera is a fireplace built of snow slabs. A j young man and his wile moved down from Point Barrow after winter had set in and, as there *rts no accommodation for them in any of the permanent wooden houses, they built themselves a small hut from blocks of snow and roofed it over with sailcloth. I made them a visit one afternoon and found the house pretty cold and un- somfortable, in spite of the large stone lamp that was burning all the time. The entrance tunnel was about ten feet long; at the left hand as you entered and close to the door was th« fireplace. This was "about two and a half feet square and neatly built of Blabs of snow, with a smoke hole at the top and a i?ick stuck across at the proper height to hang a pot on. When the first fire is built in such a fireplace there is considerable melting of the surface of the snow, but as soon as the fire is allowed to go out this freezes to a hard glaze of ice, which afterward melts only a very little. These fireplaces are used only for cooking, as the Eskimos rely wholly on the oil lamps for wanning the dwelling. Tickets can be purchased December 24tb, 25th, and 31st. 1897, and January 1st, 1898. For further particulars, call on or address. C. O. NEWELL, Agt. Wabash R. R. Co. I Excursions Hia'Yantolia Line. i TAOR the Holidays tbe Vandalia Line will eeU Excursion Tickets at reduced rates Jrom all stations, to local points on its own lino, and ; also to points on connecting lines. For full 'particulars call on nearest Yandalia Lino Agent, or address E. A. FORL>. Geri'l Passenger Agt, St. Louis, Mo-. should be made a part of the equipment ot Fort Sheridan. Dragging a man by tha leels and prodding him with a sword Is too awkward a method of enforcing discipline and inculcating sentiments of loyalty.—Minneapolis Times. The officer who approves this outrage CARTERS ITTLE IVER PILLS o , ... „ Ho ISO Acoom except Sun... 8:45 a m 7 Peru on Sunday. points navingltsown line and trains running nto Buffalo. Through cars from Kansas dry, St, Louts and Chicago to Buffa.o without change Dr. Wood's Xorway Pine Syrup is pleasant to take, positively harmless to the most delicate constitution, and absolutely sure to cure the most obstinate coogh or c«ld. A household! boon. | fled. The victim was He refused to perform some allotted labor, therefore he was treated with a savagery that would not t< dreamed ol for a day In Turkey.—Philadelphia Bulletin. Lore Is ever thoughtful; LOT» , Inspired. It enter* into anotJi«r'« Vart and divines his wishes.—1*» tfaclaren. SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by these Little Pills. *Zbej also relieve Distress from Dyspepsii, Indigesiion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongno Pain iathe Side, TORPID LIVER. They Regulate the Bowels. Purdy Vegetable. Small PHI. *mall Do** Ti« new tariff lav has now been In force about two-thirds of the month ol August, and, while the time is short, it Is long enough to give some idea of its capacity as a revenue measure, It was said that the bill would yield ?180,000,000 net for the present fiscal year after deducting $40,000,000 which would be lost by advance importations. That would mean an average of $15,000,000 a month, while the receipts for August, so far, sho-w that the duties for the entire month will not exceed $7,000,000, or less than half tlie sum that Mr. Al- flson declared would flow into the treasury monthly as the result of the passage of the la-w. Tie fact Is that customs receipts will be not far from $4,000,000 less in August, 1897, than they were for the corresponding month of last year. There is a general disappointment aj to the duties on certain articles from which 3. large increase was expected. Under the law of 1890 woo! paid in duties something like $8,000,000 annually, and the advocates of the present law claimed an Increase of about $1,000,000 above the amount paid tinder the former a£t, bnt so far the receipts from imports of wool have been of little account. Sugar was expected to yield duties amounting to about $5,000,000 month, but the amount paid has been less than half the sum anticipated. It Is exceedingly doubtful if the present deficiency is not increased, if it is not doubled, during the present fiscal year. The reports that European manufacturing enterprises axe to be established in tnis country to evade the payment of duties on their gcods leads to tht opinion that such a step -would, of necessity, check Importations and da- crease revenues. H the new duties ar» »o high «to warrant the foreign manufacturers taking such a step, thert •weald be one result, a decrease in " oa The Central£Passeoger Association 1000 Mile Interchangeable Rebate Ticket IB for gale at principal Ticket Office! o The Pennsylvania Lines. It is honored nne year from uoi* ^ "j"-^-- ExchauKe 1 icktts over either of the following named Lines: Ann Arbor. Baldmore & Ohio. j Baltimore & Onio Southwestern. Chicago & Eastern llllnoli. Chicago &;wes! Michigan, Cincinnati & Musktogum Valley. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton, Cleveland £ Marie'.ca, Cleveland, Canton & Southern. Cleveland. Cincinnati. Chicago A Bt L :&ing Valley & Toledo, DetroSt;& Cleveland 6team Navigation, Detroit. Grand Bapids & WesWrn. Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley & Pituburg. E7ansviile & Indianapoll*, Kvunsyilie & Terre Haute. Findlay. Fort Wayne 4 We»t«m, Flint & Pere Marquette, Indiana „„„, , Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Louhrrille& Nashville. Between Lonirrtlle * Cincinnati and. between St. L and KvaMYllI* LouisvILe, Evansville 4 8t Loula, LonisviBe, Henderson i 8t Lool*, Mlcbiiran Central, New York, Chicago & St Louis, j Ohio Centra] Lines. Pennsylvania Lines Weet of Plttsbuzfc 1 Pectin. Decatur * Evsittvflle, PlttBborg & Lake Erie. Pittabnrg. Lisbon >t Toledo. St Louis & KJuuftl Ctty .Line. Wabaflh Railroad, The price of tb( «e tickets «r* Jlfatjr OqllM* each. Ther are not trmnifermbte UfttenoMB j»-a»edinft»entlretj and txcttutvOrw Mj original purchaser, a rebate of Ten JMUtn Jm lenger AMoctaOon, B. A. Ford, GeB.PaM. Agt. PtttttanvF* 8«i>ti»,l«ff

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